Live Oak daily Democrat

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Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Evening Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 25, 1906
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833


The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
General Note:
Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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' >pt..oJ5.-rrJlU'-fU.: Havana, Sept., 24.-An. unsatisfactory ,

ommerCTa'l'Ef.' r PoUC Eli $1101 o f Breslau.has given to the congress BE PROSECUTED.- conference was held at the, pa ,

of vnataralj I investigatio'n and m di>; lace tonight between President' Pal SPANU8DSAREASAMT
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cane in here
session fife \i
ma, Secretary of the Treasury Fonts
+l t i '- his,, .experiments!: in transplanting Bank .
.. Cashier Says Young Man Is To Sterling, Secretary'of State O'Fairlll.
'rommb1 and Kill } vesseJ.and, organs from one Be Pitied
: ) fire } r Mood -Money All Recovered -
:irn- Students to another. In 'Toronto last But'$00.00Jacksonville Freyre Andrade speaker of the lower r Senor Ferris of Uruguay, Says La-
Bye-legro I .
II' tins Are Alarmed
r r' _t. h; ; ire Thought Guilty. August Dr. AGarreil. ofthe' ntver. house, Secretary of War Taft and Assistant and Trade
u Trouble
J --' L 1- ---'- --- ,' airy of Chicago read a paper giving Secretary of, State,Bacon Consul Slay Follow

!2': ,- >" his experiments along the''same,lines. ( General Steinhardt and Capt.,Mc
, = ari 1 t" Sept. '25.,-The' re-i :
Dunning the
[ 5tt'Gik Columbia
MM too small f o., !t&oi1h. .laughter Sn: various a boy who had, portions of his1 moth-- S. C., police department, accompanied attention of,, the ,Cuban ,administration St. Louts"Sept. "25.-Senor. Pablo

er's thyroid gland transplanted to his tQ ,the status of the peace ne. M. Ferres, of Montevideo, Uruguay,
tttrtlWlc tie 'of Atlanta since the sun went by J, T. Melton cashier of the State
4a! liberals whoa touring the United
PriotinjUwn Y spleen. The child can walk and talk. gotations with, the and insurgents t. States for
careful investtgn
,: after the most \ Bank of Columbia arrived 'in this the
*fj Uruguayan
Government is here
-prof Garre also has
.: tkii tlJr limit, possible at this .time, have're-' fight- b14od> 4 j vessels, l from; animals,transplanted I that had slty Saturady night_ for the purposeof Upon departing,Secretary Taft announced an4 says. bat.South. American coca: -,
down to one' ,
'm beinselfes ; carrying to J30 \Carolina
; : tries aver treatlj
'J" Ii'. b>een dead for tin' hour'anil a half toive'an'imaU that the conference had resulted )rpf ;up over. the:
< of county policed Robert' C. #
number the
a MIlt": If MAil I' \ and,I'declared" that;'while Brockingtqn, young in only exchange of opinion, prospect of intervention in Cuba by
RDEjj ,' deputies and an unknownBfcrof : man arrested in this city at an early the United
firis" impossible to transplant and that another meeting was neces States. Senor Ferres is
"-" :;; '' negroesT the jfinjt& large hour Saturday morning by Officer
;::;;: 1:, .AM.l Jn loQd 'vessels' nary accomplished by President Mark 0.Prentiss.oi .
-- -- 1 took placi'fu 'South Atlanta, > from living human be- George Johnson for the embezzlementof ; . .
t that blood vessels : \ it i the Exporters' ,Company
ngs. could betaken .O
: .: t d I 1. t. three miles from the city's from something over f,000 from the ROOSEVELT.ijlt'ST r1 -! ij of tfew 1 Jark)VWil llso toirfnjjhe-
trul1 ''papbJi freshly
limbs RUN
amputated '
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itag' is o e and,In the vicinljy of Clark] : ft I State Bank of Columbia. country.
Mlfit.d h 'II i. 1 __*>* i.3i k.JL .transplanted.-, ./ ', r" TerW
Florida, and with'well t1.., ne(! ) 1 tl! / The bank cashier stated that I Seno commissioned
Prof! Garre tU i .''trans: lerresihas bwn,
: .c P ailt. nsw type an planting kidneys animal
other were home at Wlnnsboro S. C. and would
r [ Renomlnated.
wIth Will
) ways powerhouses packinghouseplants
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as:cbt i ud three policemen' were ![ jKe replanted organ performing not be prosecuted.

'i M tftu.t In the South. A. trial' 't last reports. The! num. its C'v functions perfectly. Chief Vintant delivered 11.910 to Topeka, Kan., Sept. 24.-Governor, sent to and his'natlv other machinery' to be
country It is )
.. ..,11ft I I I Hoch has declared that PresidentI probable
Q cr."I 'JlP ( ; \; Mr. Melton this being the amount!
qowy KILL that he will
't'SCUI HOMAL I 1 I contract for packinghouse
.. : :" cash Roosevelt would have to accept a re-
of found
rnitw rviiim>o\ APPLICATIOIHUNK '' lf it never will be known, but In the young man'spossession machinery while here.

i !eers'Ja the darkness claim, to i .- Officer. Johnson was paid nomination.
"The visit of
Root to
Secretary the
llU J = ... _', qctatted !from six to fifteen dead I I Fatal Result of Family Fend of LongGainesville $100 reward for making the arrest. I j I I "Kansas will lead In drafting the I South American countries said Senor
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jjltj negroes on the groundt'Th'e -ar. StaJuUDg., .,.___ The following regarding the case President ha.gald "and when, thatgreat Ferres, "enthused the people. Mr.

_?lIftlC! C the flght nd the dark- Sept. 24.-Maxie Scofiejd' is ,taken from the .Columbia (S. C.) convention by unanimous vote Root assured them that ,the United

s fJliiilgSt da..t1 unting ( .of"B!el' was shot,and killed Record of Saturday. commands, Roosevelt to lead 'there
CO:' tal!>> 1 VI rador oday'iy.Wifiiam'l Thoinas> a"1ie-neon! .. A Moral Tragedy will be ''n thl'g"elsi": for1' him'' to d. States recent was trouble not in to Cuba beteared.has caused but the a

with Botmen'arepromInent. Its He will hare5 to heed 'call' of the t
Heard Br affords
k1ngton'8 downfall
Young -
tlantyaFoliceman different view of the subject, The
lf *(, "0WAtM "', teoAc n and ten'(Cit zeos.swoik I said that the Scofield and '111Omas4@q an interesting study in the demoralization i,II I Republican party: President Roosevelt residents of these Latin, countries

i dep ief/leanrfirg; thai negroes :t@' n at outs for some of the young man fro I can. not.resist the call.I '
cling together and It the United'l-, tim and that Scofield was }instrumental m"I I remember: that,another (dialing-
,if..JJn\ (;) wentj to disperse flnl the country town, unable to I States shows an unfriendly disposition -
having -1wol l Kot ; tile uished citizen of the 'Grover o
A stand
':, wa, | they approached McDon- city temptations.lie came here toward Cuba I am sure the Am-
ili unknown Thomases indicted by the grand juryat from his in Win I I Cleveland 'once made the positive'statement ,
areoue, an number of two years ago .home erican people will suffer a great loss
.n Widen..behind\ fences and the late session of.the circuit court nsboro, leaving behind him a widowed I,I that! :he 'would 'not be.a. commercially."The .

..... -ekielt- lift hoasee S i, fired a volley, Pqlicea on the charge of' perjury, ,Thomas mother, to whom all along,he .has I candidate, but; he was forced to forget American people have the

..,........ u yea; Heard. ,fell dead. Policeman surrendered. He will be given a pre- been very, good sending "her.' very'' It: ,and -accept,the J leadership ol mistaken idea that the cities of South

.. K ... garret out of tte ". k lor4 n.,hlmselt wounded in iminary hearing In justice court atB'eH \ his party, just. as Roosevelt will haveto I
.. .... r America are nothing but villages,
--an I tq mr daft i a.lf t> to-day.. (Continued on"page four.y do."
..... WI U*. M aside J using f tg jl ea -body o! while the natives are only half civilized. -
.. f wuh ny'iufofcft ,ItrUO protecdllmJ)=emptledUhree r f ., ;' f. '
*+ea* r. .I. ; ; i :; ::f ; T On the other hand, everything(
... H4 I cannoned aa1 to come with 1 .d! 1at41tb@nergeslnpparently is modern and up-to-date and theSouth'AmerIcan

I bum \ g t ha Old=blooded assassinacatualtie DISTRESSIII COTTON : trade' ,is, immense.The ,
e ..... WK' a v wt.llke (the flyingofri, "'1he othea were ADVOCATES: MING
'm *... ttlihty machine! tttfirtli dcemas American peoples, like the
t 1lM dq impoundedJn .head; Cubans, feel that they can get along
be clean
may rit
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.*4 U Tit d very well, and do not care to have "

"1-.1, *-UI kl JtflVrson m. and my mighty' dUit .. Erir-_ ..-j Ith,5i citixen_ ,(spot Financing. then Seaolsland. Cotton Crop After This Season Will be an, Easy the United Stated step in., <
Davis Uy djiskom -
\p. frQeoftheFparty .
"were': re- :-"There
v. are countries in
I ..... lu. >**.fd it Beauvolr the newsthattae, and than a *Utekt t4 missing. The report of a gen f* .: -. .r ,; Matter Under the Warehouse Systemhas South America, .and all consider the

and two killed at Howell'iaa
bw4LlM.. United States a great country.. However
oar. there hurried from"> Is -
.., ..H Isude. fta., to that devoted M wten to declared be at military head-I I iF.( G.. Schell in Cotton Journal.) every farmer for the traditional thir- among these sharks and swind- the fear of 'being 'annexed, as
Other reports
.' of The Columbia lers. I have found were the Hawaiian Islands is upon
w,Ht **.. tta aged negrd iniD,' < table ty pieces silver. never a man un-
*, 44 tees lady Mrvant of thQ .dyil1( ."J" tonight are equally und To the members the Sea Island County Association has made up $10.- favorable to it whose opinion might them and they are awaiting the result -
ccording to latest
**** tel tfe ...t Cause with the h pt 4 from the cotton Association and farmers in 000 to buy this floating cotton and not in some way be traceable to the of the present trouble with anxi
.....e ,***4.f tits! former master befont Following the killing seat of of battlel. the Sea Island belt: For your encouragement store it in their cotton warehouse rottenness and selfish cupidity of ety."

...... = 14 ....... his eyes but the fa* Heard jn South Atlanta Police- I give you a short. thereby keeping it from being put on these Tories who have been fatteningon

l.ltiWtl. W4 .W4fc lreJ old slave was took *stone which tonight sketch of the work and progress of the market. Your Association advised the hard earned produce of the : TWO SEW YORK CONVENTIONS.

....tat TW Infidel Inspired) Mr; 11 ,*ere tot accompanied him the Association. Nearly every countyis at Valdosta and passed resolutions farmer for years.

**fif 4. -rtte t tcwchlBB poem-whld ,ed 1 the negroes.disabled in the fight. putting up warehouses and the that no cotton in sacks be sold unless The battle that the Cotton As- Democrats and Republicans Meet Today .

'I II lit ..4Md TH Pram of ,3111. Coop of the attacking They captured public confidence and sympathy of to Association members. sociation is waging is not for dollars to Nominate Tickets.

.. HH_rill( the cress<< yf faithful# six were put aboard party. Four the bankers and business men generally -I i This year marks the beginning of and cents alone. It is for the Inde- Buffalo, Sept. 25.-Delegates from
t '
..... W brket. .tor la t'homaster. death a street is increasing and the future ibright s a new era in marketing cotton. The pendence of the farmer. It is for the
.re, afcr the guard of the police all parts of the State are here to attend
0 '*- is* w. .411. 0'4' ." 'It Dei *. kputies and l for the farmers to finance this i, future crops will be protected by the comfort and happiness of your and the Democratic convention
were started
..... ...... 1 |*th tlc scene, but tW* ""tt' fail In the center of for the crop.' ja'tactit! i Js1:"aSjired If; ,"the! '' Association and their warehouses, your neighbors' families. It is for which meets in this'city today.

1_' i..Q ..,ft" M tl.. + fgrWerl k town. As farmers Will take hold. The crop is i, backed by the banks. Every auxili- the protection of a God-given monop-
r'44ctv Qt apP iroaehed 491 Crew Charles Murphy the Tammany
.. .** Mil M..w. tb. old-time masterproduction ', tlnC mob stopped the car.'Two street very short "and has' rapidlyin ary Association in Georgia and FlorIda oly of climate soil and sunshine chief has control of 'the situation

.. .. .. days hat. dry should make a strenuous effort which grows the Sea Island cotton, of
ui4,. .I lure, \ttjis fu ,e. *e PrtsoaervSam thelast.five p{ n4 I and he will name the Gubernatorial

''.. er 'fist ... Ilt.rary of,J', 19rooks. made McSaunder bold and weather., It is my judgm ni&t} \ tl.e i. I now to get every farmer who raises I the profits of which we are being nominee. The belief is prevalent
a dash for
4 It iris collected and pub \ ." --The. mob, caught them ,in shortage will be greiterj than lend- a pound of cotton into the Associa- robbed. If the officers and membersof among the followers of William Ran-

Flt' Pig. f etrt read from hII :fch., l1t mated at \'a.I ost UeA. <;0. the great; tion. the Association will get to work
yard of ,the home dolph Hearst that he will secure the
occupied '
+ irtM.1 ... of his own + importance of holding your cotton. I This work and patriotic duty is not earnestly now we can protect ,this
plrlt awe
number by Mrs. R: C. nomination, and if he does he is like-
11ft eeM '*" Miure.Vben, H) 11Mai i "\\IIOn! We, have some ,few merchant buyerswho i i confined to the officers of the Association crop easily, and'g t not only the
,hlt\kt> white v ly to be the next Governor:
\ !
i+ ....aN twit Itt'fllgnUatruWP iL The I respected are .opposed to the Association i but every member who gets minimum fixed by the Associationbut
The that
Independence League
...... fit XN H+tfo4 Off Jhc stagf <4f} t. ? lad len negroes for were dead.cut Mrs.and and are preaching 'a full clop; but: a brother farmer in, is protecting not more.,. It would be.wise for every nominated Hearst several days ago

1 r ill fi I*( ( t bear in mind that the farmer who i I only his own interest but that of his county to make up enough funds to
::;,,; r chid'the Ung is very active and in certain sectionsof
LIo- WfiULllJ.; -iin __. tioin!ihl pork tf "exFI' tusheslsip l; ,ctton* on {the niarkeijthisyear' t i neighbor as well. Many farmers are buy every pound of the distressed cot- the State hundreds of, Republicanshave
bet borne. will'pay" dear for' his ignorant e j holding back from joining the Association ton and keep it off the market and
.from what !IB joined this new party. Mr.
'yhrbeen : supposed and play his crop Into the gamblers'1 because of the influence of supply it as the spinners need it.
0 .. ....f i heart disease.. Hearst and his followers propose to
4GGd + +f+++. POlt hands who Judas like would sell 1[ the enemies which the AssociationCol. Lake Butler Fla.
-- force, .aucceeded, I Jn make a spectacular campaign, whether -

-the,other. SOUL uegroes to he secures the Democratic nomination -

., why\ and Typewrit- i ,,fad they are now locked "up in EDUCATIONAL RALLY. Roberson's address bore the Prof. Wood, but during the few or not. W .J. Conners, who is

aat7 jail Latent was dliunderaVnd ear marks of considerable study and minutes he was up he said some of managing the interests of Hearst

,\ t thtt ( Brooks I Courthouse Was the Scene of An re-search and at times the Colonel the most beautiful and appealing here said today that Hearst wouldbe

i'Lng anti Banking\ f 1 lot' dead, They were brough Enthusiastic Sleeting. warmed up as It before a jury, and things of the entire evening. His nominated on the first ballot by

4f l W4 ant! with both arguments and pleasing picture of an ocean sunset off the
h months1Or are audience
Nm.mU.i Five } i f! now reported to That as a representative
illustration held his interested audi coast of England was drawn with the (Continued on page four.)
which assembled at 1
t Lro _' night to participate in and en ence. Worthy of being treasured up skill of an artist, the discrimination r

.. .. toe months 'for $40i 8tudent8 Gulltr.h..J joy the educational rally meetingplanned by every man and woman presentwere I of a philosopher and the open eye 3. Address-Col. L. E. Roberson.

.-- -- \\ 0a., Sept. 25.-Decidingnts,500innum by Prof. Wood. The meetIng the two illustrations--one of I of a poet whose soul was ablaze' with 4. Duett-Mr. and Mrs. Arnold.

'"' + I f 'tcro the princess who stopped her ears | a passion for nature 5. Address-Rev. Howard Dutill.
A ) good' in particular,
pi**<) them in > 't was a success every j' )
L. + 'elu the campus of Clark and our tireless Superintendent deserves 'to the pleadings and curses of the ;t The music of the evening was 6. Song by the Arnolds.
tht i
at I ""hware responsible for and much credit for his constant t'' outside world and with bated breath I| simply fine, the audience was appreciative I. Remarks-Rev. H. V. Skipper.

the climbed to the mountain's summit and we all feel under The Arnolds.
b attack on' educational 8. Quartette
the officer endeavors along these higher
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COLLEGEHATTON \ tu! tonight, the military lines. for the golden treasure and the other :I obligations to Prof, and Mrs. Arnold 9. Remarks-B. W. Helvenston.

e bYe the one about the artist's two paintings I I as well as to all those who assisted 10. Music-The Orchestra.
lent 150 above
men. un The speech were
<< QA L tom, lIl1nanl\ of Col. Cliffordscene. average, and the address of Col. L. showing how we all find what we are I' them in making us happy. We 11. "A Smile"-Rev. C. A. Rid t

: to looking for. print in full the program of the
address I
which the
L They epee t E. Roberson was
President t I evening. "Old Kentucky Home." 1
.. campus, capture'and of the evening, and the closing remarks It was evident that Prof. Edwardsbad 12.
.. 4eatadents. and punish by Prof. Edwards deserve no idea of trying to make a I 1. "America." 13. Remarks-L. B. Edwards. +

$ . + +;.++ L ea.. special mention. speech when he arose at the call of I 2. Remarks by Supt. Wood. 14. "Star Spangled Banner."

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It tptendJd. lo' i .SpecificationsrFurnished' ti..dill e
following" !* partial priceTIst ; -was prayers g ;

of.; 'our .rebound and Lseomd-hand and ferrent.. And say. what bare; yoa.i .- .i' ;

scot;!.bocks: which' '-are, J:nearly. as,. been taWna/th doing anywaj btiaoat-'lY Toq confld cia nee.conedeIn 1 :assn m full)lrh of $ii1dinjn ; i ; i: --p i. '_ :- -. .M.;.#...._,--

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betray" jon for anything i o\ t complete Ineveryrespect, fore a.C'.X "";"UI";. :; :a.4 '; ..
Baldwin' 4th and 5th readers comb, world. -Chicago Record-Herald. tlii; ..

40 cents.'W 'f' ,i is paid me ;
fe'Calle4 t.. Tmri. <.
Baldwin's 6th and 7th readers comb. :
"I came. annddnctd1 the Intimate
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1Eggleston' friend of ,the famDy; .*to'''make my AT FLORIDA NOVELTY .woRii
', OFFICE .,
THE PINK:OF PERFECTION first book in Amer History dinner call" .
40 cents. "But." they protested "you latent PHONE 188. LIVE OAK; : ;' Vt2 .

in soda water Is found Fields Grammar School Hist. SOcts. been here,dinner latelj," _>
without effort in4jevery .Hetcalf Elementary English SOcs.Metcalf !?Of! know 1'thatfWreplied; ".-n41] )( ont :L."p '. JiIi <>
: ; thought'it i called that defect might ... .
our ; s English Grammar 40cts. .. it ,
drawn from Im
glass First o& *" "" "
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Manes Practical Arithmetic 33cts., remedied. On October []t r .I ; c tsitb _1 ft
macu1ate1r clean foun An Invitation was promptly forth- tIlJ
Redway & Hinman's Nat. El. Geog. a Ui, tP. -
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tain. What's,your prime .1 1faTorite. } 40 cents., comings-New York Press. We will handle Apples direct from Nip ,kel tmaofdlela

..In flavors? Have; Redway & Hinman's Nat. Ad Geog. Jtnl.I ,1 Bananas direct from the importers, and if;pig. aad 2" .... at '
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it? Syrups sweet' water J 90 cents. Here's a conversation 'I overheanl grade of goods are what you want, we have the- -I het"yw I L"ll"ud ;.

clean, pure and scientifically Smith's Primer of Physiology)'cts. between two women in a bookstore: !! ,."C",', biraaro .. .k.fltirg .

Smith's Elementary Philosophy, 35c. "Isn't that a pretty bootr :: ......
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carbonated, why "Charming""I We received ''four cars of No. 1 New r. ." "-="
,Steele Hygienic Physiology, 65 ets.Swinton' just r surely art( ... ..
shouldn't onr sodas stilt am sure Ella would like that" road'' 300 barrels of the but -
Word Primer 10 cents. Hay arid have on Famoua tilt td ...t ..
J Then to the clerk, "I'll take this book. t at #
everybody! Webster's Academic Diet. '.,1S: As the clerk .was wrapping It up she Flake:Flour made in Nebraska, the home of W.J.] r-" .. l tIIIiIII1.iii"" a ...:: ."

I White's School Algebra 73 cents. added:.."What Is It, bj the way? I : i- than ceataso'ti t9uae .... .. -,-V1st ....

City Pharmacy prices And, many besides others a nice at line reasonable of school dldnt look.BOato Record.Jaetiee ..' ,Competition Candy in 30-lb: pails .',.:'. thtt 1rltbitaad for ..w...r..... I!JY else .,-
suppUesBARDWINOWARDS a Device. Pana ellas, Anita Ferdandez and Resagti L-' ___ ataa ...i: .=... -.

PHONE 73 It short is universally of divine justice conceded can that measure nothing ,Honest Money Tobacco .;,}fe: S .psal.---tt r"p.a .., e. i-II s _.

Hand picked Peanuts -' OCUD. It wi. .. -
the intrinsic guilt of any action or Virginia : t ar.4i ... ..

Just Received administer punishment 'which' shall crime be' Taffy Tolu, the original Chewing Gum' l rntnaatk a+e1 V. ......'

( % exactly commensurate to the .
1 What we call Justice is in fact a very aver 1ald tllut. Msit I .
rude Uerlw which finds its justification' i i lost !Ia abltwnfti! .
BAISDEX BUILDING In the to .: Live Oak Brokerage & .c2 = ...
at THE BAND BOX,, ;\ Cincinnati Enquirer.1ORDINANCE' protect society. : _t1tr I. .. .. >....,..
Phone 106.THIRTY'EIGHT pities AANt .. .. *
t .. w alYIlI .. ,
f' .
driTfa oat et Eder t. .. ,
New ,Fancy Waists, in ,. No. bAn ::. mission Co., t dothln& Jest II .... '.. __ "

silk, lace' net and nuns-. ,,, ordinance to provide for the. 'lIlholesa.9ro.cers Siam an/A 3o w to Jtm boW tt flee Cr..
of JU 190(5(
levy, taxes for the year: D. tfbf h -
veiling. ACRES IX '. y, it WM 6
for Municipal purposes for the City sal ar-cter.Laad f.'TO .
SOUTH-EAST LlO.iK., Warehouse old A. C. L. Freight depot. Phones:.
a( .
Ready-to-war Hats, of'Uve Oak, Florida'and to provide ,
for ladies and childrenfor a sinking fund' and for the annual I. CUBE A FEWJJ.a...--.
.AVENUE. : : : :, : : .
interests on the 10000.00 bonded t Suo, Kendall of nllltlf.\ '... "
early Fall wear. THIS IS A DESIRABLE said -.
indebtedness of City. '
NOTE it"Jut cow It ever .4I. .... .
TRACT FOR SUBDIVISIONTO Be, it ordained by the Mayor and -... .
Kid Gloves, elbow t Araica Salt sad the ..k. .. .
THE CITY OF LIVE the City Council'of the City-of Live ...." !>
i length.. Oak. Florida: i the rat" Quickest+ eFt M
OAK. : : : : : :
New Muslin Under- 'WITHIN FIVE MINUTES .Section 1. For the' purpose of se- AMERICAN PLAN. :./7.- .. Boils, Sores >8ctt4, Wii4o j

curing an equat'and uniform: rate of Ecseml. Salt Rbftfli .OM$4 ";,.
wear taxation and to pay the current expenses -! dJ. Sore Feet a&d Blare lpe etawp- '.

signs. LOTS ,,,130 YARDS FROM of the City of Live Oak, Flor- .. :-ts<- 1 J5c at Barclay 4 GrooTtfi liefGntrftatetd. f'.. ,

THIS PROPOSITION ARE ida, for the ensuing tax year ''there irt. .. .
fI a "'"
SELLING TODAY AT ONE shall be levied and collected upon Rates, $2.50 and Upward. Rooms and ,Prifaf '

'THOUSAND DOLLARS. ; and out of .the real and personal $3.00 and .Up. ::: l of IntraUoB to Apply Ftef; -|-J4* ::at,

Mrs) E. N. LawlerMILAN property within e Incorporate lim- I ten I'atsat. ;...
its of the City of Live Oak, Florida
t. uttder wd by virtue of tfet U. r'l.. .
for the year A. D. 1906 the tax of 7, Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed in the( M | t
$6,500 State of Florida, aotte It ... lilt "'ioo>--

11 IC COAST ij J UNE f .. mills Sec.on 2.the For.dollar.providing a sinking H. N. O'NEAL PROPRIETY r'ea>ted that, tad the do DAda btrtfefmselrea ,&,d i&u Iriri 11.w', : o..- V

FOR'T'HE 38 ACRES: fund and paying the annual interest t
? r together for MH tl''Iiqll 'If.
on the 10000.00 bonded indebtedness -
of the City of Live Oak, Florida +o+o. +o+o+o+o.o I 'mint lncorportU4.I' a i.. err tend
Excursion Rates -- I will oa the l-Mt aI4e .: -
dated February 28th, 1906 there
; i obet, A. D.. 1166 ....
a... tot+w r
Vd shall be levied and collected
upon Wood !
ROUND TRIP :B.Broward. Goveraet fill .. Its.. .
Real Estate and Investments I and out of the real and personal
FROM JACKSONVILLE. property within the corporate limits [Florida for lett" Its. mass *

I tint! the "Uf 8M .. ...
1 q.
if the City of Live Oak, Florida for lply
$38.40-Hot Springs, Ark, on sale I BA1SDEN BUILDING. A 2 horse wagon load of Compaay". tta4., tM .....
the 'ear'A. D. 1906, a tax of 1-3 of 2 ,
About groceries
dally; limit ninety days.$17,65Memphls Phone 196.PROFESSIOHAL one 'mill on the dollar. 18 inch wood for $1.50. I I your : proposed charter, tie a_.. '

Tenn., on sale Oct. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall go should be fresh in all .,.... UQ U. BOW oa ftk it i.. .... .,' tee
ober 15, 16, 17, 18; limit into effect immediately upon Its passage Famished on Short Notice. i t Secretary of Stat. .. ** I "-

October 31. Extension November No groceries not even i Florida tone.
30.$10.35Atlanta. CARDS. by the Council and approved by Leave orders at M. L. Burnett&Co.
It. 4, 1...... ..
Ga., sale October the Mayor. goods are the betterfor| W.4..It .,
on H. tea
L. E. ROBEKSON. A.B.Siuu. Introduced by J. L. White member WIMBERLY.Tte .
9, 10 limit October 20. Q IL W. Ihfna ....
; f
Extension to October 30. ROBERSON & SMALL\ of the City Council and passed by the 0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0.0+0+0" We look after that part j A. ta U'n'llt U ..
City Council this 17th day of September

$10.35-. tIanta. Ga., on sale Oct. A. D., 1906. business carefully, buy iluM. II. lit a ..

ober 19. 20, 21, 22; limit ATTORNEYS -:: AT -:- LAW. Attest: Great Headache Cure, KK. Tb ,. ,
al11f. Wallne .. .....
leaving Atlanta October 3. CHAS. H. BROWN that our stock will ..Jii.
Will do general practice in State and J. ..,
C. e
Extension to November 1X10,65Atlanta 5. Federal Courts. Prest. of City Council.S. Bromo. sin I444
; Pep fresh. P. II. i3r.iSap h,
Ga., on sale October City Clerk.
ROOMS 1 AND I [Up-STAias], LEWIN BUILDING. T. lt. 1".14 .
12. 17; limit OctoberU THONE No.190. I. S. P. Mays City Clerk of the "Note the Word Pepsin." S {posed :. "
tell you
We cannot of .
-n. ...
LIVE OAIt. ; ; FLORIDA. City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby .e 5
: : a Supply. .
$13.2o-Blrmingham.. on sale certify that the above and foregoing CURES Headicbe. Indigtslloj. space what all we haw n. I1nderatpe4 t'Wer4 ;
C.3. BOWN. ordinance was duly and lasomnit, Nerfoosness( I IeelTes
October U, 15; limit leaving e E.Taosaao a regularly >< tsr afla
together ..._ .
passed by the City Council of the Cityof in and or tdrf ..
Birmingham October 21 & THOMASON On the see us, forlX11ng a
THROWN Live Spot. curpora4tois ...? fJ
Oak Florida on the 17th
Extension to November 21, fa of the
day of September, A. D. 1906 and your needs. of PI-i/tlg. .... FtoUe.IIlI -'
$ 7.70 -Macon, Ga., on sale November the same Is hereby certified to the Io Opiates Absolatelj Harmless.lunrgjite,10. pr PQw4: tt.w. ..,

11 to 17. inclusive; PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Mayor for his approval. ., IS&. ui lOt PHONE 85 ysnte and I'ale 01 .. NI, ....
limit November 20. ARTICLE
Witness hand and the I. II.o .
my seal of
-Montgomery, Ala, 'T LIVE t>AL : : : FLORIDA. For Sal By a 1. n. ...
$1155 u. M lbH
01 City thU 17th day of September
October 20, 22, 23, 24. 25, A. D. 1906. The City Pharmacy MAYSBR* oa shall be .... .-.< .,. _

26; limit October 29. L M. DIXON (Seal) 4 Supply Com,..,." '
LIVE 0\K. FLA. .
$25.50 St. Louis Mo.,.on sale October ,- S. P. MAYS City Clerk. 41.23-trwi-Yr. FREE DELIVEBI' I11eq .r the prIt (ttipwL

14, 15; limit leavingSt. DENTIST. Examined and approved by me this -- tie Oak ....

Louis October 20. Extension : September 17th 1906. 1 of UTe. ) __ ..

I to October 30. ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND ; BRIDGEWORK M. E. BROOME Mayor.Don't Iared1. bat th III If 11+0<<0<
._. ... csTWICE '
I -" .. rtatt( ...
$32.80-Buffalo, X. Yn on sale October : : SPECIALTIES. I f.J ..
10. 11, 12; limit leaving I : ::" at. &11 OIJi'U1da. \ ...... .... ..
Buffalo October 19. E. BROOME Have Your Cart AS ,
$17,55-Gulfport, Miss., on sale November M. Work MANY Xat.- -- -._- 11...i 1M I' .- ....
Butchered Ba
12, 13; limit November cl s Tnnittc.j. ..

28. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT Lk W. S feoo& Reasons AltTICU2 a ,.
At the Mill! ; ra
1 1.
. The
$19.60-Xt'W Orleans La., on sale LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. !it, teaeeei .... I I ti<

October 12, 15; limit Ocober twill \ =. ueq to bt traaaasts. M n es
practice in an the courts or the State Sped \ YoExpzctc6.S chill
30. Extension to November ul attention given to Conveyances CUetion ... be M 101. .1
30. of ed Etc. All business promptly attend- I Hrhen the babfil' : ot mate tad muIt_ ,.
I the 11
tim Timber r Gail M Mai
why flektl"M.
Excursion rates to other points. NOT AST PVBLK STAM AT LAMB. the "you should watch ae.; e4tela Ii- ...
Little little ailments. 1\ : and sell ale. ...._ y _
Limits, schedules. Pullman things klad
accommodations : grow to big
lt4a of ba.... ..... .
DR. J. W. WEST thing III the baby's All baM '
and all detailed information
to above and other points I Build them under a Guarantee. little aad bin,,. can be averted by keeping itTn perted I IDa. t' des te1s, .hoearAait U..,

Physician and Surgeon Have Built UeGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. ; to E eI4, ...
cheerfully given on application, either Hundreds and Ii keeps the at acft aad bowels right. Takes all r ''<< ht""l.. .1 t.

t in person or by mall, to Office: Carroll Building, Ohio A venue. am Building more every day. V .a7 babies from tlae. Makes LEA.( babies fit ; ftl1l11 h J
For Best Prices Write Trc21. Flxassttt to take. Good for delicate ea deal 't J e
Residency at Ethel Hotel .1d
FRANK C. BOYLSTON, ; 25 eeJit.&I1d 60 bottle :u .
Phones.Offiea.N.168.Residence. I ft cents at roar eIrk
District Passenger Agent, N<..Z3 or 168. W. H. ADKISON if 1* la4at.t.. ... la NeM

138 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fl I. Drag Store (Barclay A Grooved No.',i P. O. 8.. N. metal ti...... a.. ,..



3' v 3 F '':': SLWZ

; .OA[ DAILY lDl CBAT., Tt1SSDA], 8BPTBHBBB.; fi6A. :
'" .
r.t&ll"b1etc&l1W .
; _
'. : > '4'" _L.' .4..1. ,
; bmdae .""ta bsyaasetkicd .
** *
# ..ot : -
4rg oodsf,groceries,
pHiQR tnpplies and oUon ., ;.. ,. .
'i furniture an4barfwar ; "

", (: 'f that sip slut I : *-andSo U 41 power&l. -: : < U J011I{ fJ ni d l i,

easary !FUelc .,t'ft.o ral .. .-
'AND-aui': > >" '
( amr wholesale and.retail bu'sinessfto deafla :: ';''
| ,. .. \ I '\. ,;
llusabnadrede stpckssbond! ; notes, mortgages I ,. < 'p \0 : "6
o & and all evidences of Indebtedness. '" r -'
quarter .
Fwniihcd on.App .i. a '. .' ,, Ii I i
bW1it 14 c.J-n : ;- : ;atl M 4v; .: .' \ .' l'i '

t .LaLLl i to T ; dnlm Bowl', an'd an enro all w k"rtg'1rtl \ t1fJlle8aofeorporaUO "" -' to: ", ,' <- '' .. t t" ,- .11'..:.': '". 'f, .; /6.,

t' '" 1.: Wraached.jt'fatb'i'Wttb UJ i f01hlselaq: .. ,' ..., '. 1'. _
i. t l Wore a*Cent, ;' nuI ndet:the fawe'of'tfieTtete bYFloi ; > /
l1ff .
"' .
._ 'da.To' Jd"be ed'1 .,
'. Iaden n'lth pig iron sue ri Itt eor- .,/. '. '

< I:It b if.It is porate capacity; to contractand,., .. ., becontracted ..
'. 1 :' inbstahcesor, J 't. ( .
; wito! tissue
( and some'
: ,, ,,, wit Bush 8fflan<\ bonds for, the'corporation; EVERYNIGHT
1t....._..... OV'ILTY wORt '!' t_ m :Ouce- to t deal Iudgtneuts! ? ad&deereeg) and I

LIVE OAK ij's men a prey rtb& to"' o"a'Tl'thosi"tLttigg orificDnstst* .

tans of th@oceaa, 46ver ent with its charter and not incon, .
J ..- >Biij'tt:'the, sisteat \fw\th; the corporate Jaws of| '

i mateftt their uoiue, the said i Stat6,of/'Florsda. ./ *, j .. .. ,,. .
)'-r rItt:4dot : tJ l' 1tj tprj'corer every inch of .... -. .- .', .
Capital Stock.ARTICLE .
4,1 a thick layer of lime. '. ,
.- from :t : f t El of course, and when III. ... '. ,
NeW, time .. ..
dia.another continues .. Section 1.. The amount. of the : -' -
,: iit" ....... and if .. '
f price jalIgualtt'ithe, ship is so Capital stock j aythorl1ed)1 the corporation ; : )

*&* fit vent. we have them; rid i .., corals. filial be Sixteen Thousand: .
t'g 4__, that: I( wood ($16,000): ) dollars divided', into One /I .4 RATES .' '
apart and '
i'ftn' ;..
.' Hundred and Sixty Shares of :
,.. tih Of No. 1 New ire absorbed .in the par : :
value of One Hundred ($100,00)) dol- ..
J irrt4m ol the Famous s Bottom. .,J". .
lars each.Ten cent of said
more per eapitAlstock .
a.' the tome of W J.: diare'the]; demolished't wood which! shall be paid for in cashier; -

.. '1 .:. eenturIe&, The.only mete collaterals equivalent to'cash,;.before
lilt 25slcates. hour
5(1 .. ..11 i", wwiftstand, the chemical action the, corporation shall transact any cents epT-i fQfjllse: ; ;
'i "'Te"sie gold and business, 'arid'the balance of said'c ,
: t lid Resago No .

0:"''-'"""-'.-,.,.' ;ti_also'seewsnnaffected.eld,utaybe.hiddeap ital intr'and''stock*In'Y1ichmanneru..theBoard shall :be :paid In at such :. : ':- :- .>,:" ,;.. ,-..-; :;' ;' '. '

< Ci1'; ,: p Ih!lt-{ this always:fact,explainsmantlcr'and of.Directors.may require. And e"t. :' ;"'::'! ; -.....,;_oi'1 \ .
\ "'*1 Og Gum '..i j J' 'Adventurous certificates stock shall be issued, :

.' iiddea submarine treas- to the respective stock holders upon '
'i > after
list II chlpwreckser :, the payment: ten per cent of the 25 cents fi"'tire after-

it Brokerage & CO1mon x y : Falb capital stock by said stock, holdersas
represented by .shares held by
S f' .pie. pitied Adam and Eve for each stock holder so paying. The
*m ont of,Eden In such tar.f .

Co., 4 ."' dothtaR.. ;:'Just .as winter was form scribed of by said the certificate by-laws shall of the be pre-corporation -j 3 noon when parties furnish |

"""" 11 1 Sra/n amlJfJ ., '|'Wteow'tt.:Just after was ,winter the fall The Term., For Which The Corporation \ theIr skates. .

'*r..Sneland Leader.IAFELLOX.. Shall Exist own : ... .

4 a L C. 4 FnItht dept, Phone 20.;4 < ARTICLE_ ____ IV._ ..... ..
n :
... 1JcvuE ." Section 1.: The corporation ,shall "

in&Keadidi.!' of Phillipsburg. exist and continue for a period of .

,.. ,; : Ninety-nine years unless sooner dis- \ /
feever l It.oer, with Buck-
JON HOTEl' ) y > '. solved according to law
.v a'Salve and the Salve! will
Officers by Which The Business is to re t." ,Quickest cure for Be ,Transacted. NO ADMISSION FEE.Proprietors.

MINOAN PLAN. > .'"_,'Bola'Sorei> ,: Scalds, Wounds, ARTICLE V. .

: ;VICLKt, FLORID, "..;tea"Salt-. Rheum .Chapped Section 1.' The business" of the
a Feet 'and Sore Eyes corporation shall conducted by and

.... -- ],lit it Barclay l i Groover's drug under the control and 'managementof K

Raoma and Private OsaranteI&d')' ...,., a Board of five directors, a president -
Y 'vice.- pres den secretary

f1.. .. .Up. *fa, latenUoa to Apply For Let treasurer and a. gen-eral man-

_--- "'rt t.Patent; i a;er. Provided that the of-
s.M.sed in the SoDth.PROPRIETC 'rnttd. .by,.virtue.of the laws ofttsldat I fices of secretary and, treasurer may
.; b Florida, notice is hereby be filled by 'one'arid'the'same'person;

M, undersigned have as- and provided that the number of(

Al. : fad. do. hereby, associate directors may 'be changed from time

:: together for .the purpose to time by 'the laws of the corpora
-- :
i V fitM_Incorporated.. a body.. n --- -
-ad.vlil, the 19th day of no time less than three director:I .
XIS! AOREk ; ". _
I ii. : than five. / :'\ E
Iiv A1946, ( apply to Hon. nor more
lBrewudGovernor of the State Sec. 2. All of said directors and :

o itei&t'for! '' letters patent incor- officers shall be chosen from amen;

% tee*"LIve Oak Brick and the stock holders of ,the corporatioi .. .

i groceries. ',tt $T Compe," under the follow- at the annual meetings of the stockholders -J.;: _./." _., _/.''"-/Ia'rI'f: -/.,"-/.rI, ,"-/.-'\.... -,./Ia'\".. -./-.rI', '" -,./-Ia'm'"-..,-",-./.," -./-."-,"-./IB'\... ".. "

About your ?W? se4''charter,the original of to be held in the City'of Live

seasoiiNo > f Gaon: OB-We in the office of Oak Florida, on the first Tuesday I
shouW be fresh in all I da ,LOW ROUND TRIP RATES etc., will be furnished promptly on
*fcwtaVot State for the StateieridL.i In November of each year each stockholder I
via. application toG
a* having as many votes as he
not even
groceries, j & NASHVILLE R. R. E. HERRING,
'* R, a.. Taylor.fv has shares paid for in the corporationand
'J: ..' Louisville & Nashville R&il- Fla. Pass. Agent, L. & N. R. It.,
alibi. trethebetterforage.We ...: ,W.J.Hillman. until the next said annual election -
: 'da will sell round-trip tickets from No. 118 W. Bay St.,
; '. B. W. Helvenston. and until their successors are
part of w', -: I to shown dates JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
look after that :: points on
p.; a,, A. Lee Humphreys. elected and qualified. The directors I
i 11 i. '" Chas. H. Brown.F shall be T. S. Baisden, of Live Oak, "I" Proportionately low rates
; t.. t m carefully, .;;:.5-ii. E. Thomason. Florida; C. H.- Brown of Live Oak. other points: ATEXTREMELY
i -
tock will alwayS b:"art:- Walter.J. Bryson. Florida; F. H. Bremer, of Live Oak, :. -Dallas, Texas and return. LOW RATES

"'-, :. f : tit l ear :.- 'J; C,. Baisden. Florida; R. J. Taylor of Live Oak, Tickets sold October 6th and "ASouthern
5ra -
; L.v <4--ri. : ''**. H.:Bwmer. Florida; and A. Lee Humphreys, of 5 7th. Final return limit 21 I

.I'Q' ;5j: ,_.;i !._''T.. 8., Baisden. Live Oak, Florida; and until the next days from date of sale.

.. 'W. cannot tell you & '. l1IArtfT"ot'e- Live'Oak annual election and until their successors 10 -Buffalo, N. Y., and return. RailwayFROIJACKSO

,- ; .!-r tk'a.,.. Supply> Company. are elected and qualified. T. Tickets sold October 10th,

-.t tf'f! i wMt all wehavfcor "..! I11Ped hereby associate S. Baisden of Live Oak Florida, I 11th and 12th. Final return' 'LLE

.:i .- ; :ltocetSer for the purpose shall be president; B. W..Helvenston limit, leaving Buffalo October $10.33-AtlantaGa.-.-, and Return.
fa tsI ... .... telepPtONE '!!iini"iT
'corporation shall be vice-
under the of Live Oak Florida 19th, 1906.
5$ Tickets on sale' Sept. 29, 30;
'd tuiState of Florida, under president; A. Lee Humphreys, of Live .-New Orleans La., and re- limit October 7; extension to

'"- 'IJ--n L 1L ;trm" e1b8 Proposed charter: Oak Florida, shall be secretary and turn. Tickets on sale Oct- October 22:

;9p 85MAYS .- Hace'of'Business. treasurer and F. H. Bremer, of Live ober 12th to 15th, Inclusive. $20.70-Richmond,'Va., and Return.

.' !!I:=t A&TICLEI ,Oak Florida general manager The Final return limit October 30, Tickets on sale October 1;
: L.: The name of the cor- duties of the said officers and directors 1906. By depositing ticket limit October 8.

BRO !:81 be' "rhe' Lire Oak shall be prescribed by the by-laws UOT.'f' with Special Agent, New Or- $44.70-San Francisco and Los Angeles -
ply "
fi4 Company" of the corporation. leans, and paying fee of 50c, One Way (second class)

:J F n: DEUVERY ,!It:he the' principal place of Limit of Indebtedness. an extension of return limit' Tickets on sale daily Sept. 15

corporation shall be ARTICLE VI. can be secured until Novem- to October 31.$37.00Washington.

a < it UTe Oak in Suwannee amountof ber 30, 1906. D. C., and Re
Section 1. The highest
rrwE..r.r i :- r.4'..:e but the corporation to which leml his, Tenn., and return. turn-Tickets on sale daily to
tbe indebtedness or liability
1 right to establish Tickets sold October 15th September 30; limit October
/t time sub-
the corporation may any
&t.J Point within the State 16th 17th and 18th, Final 31.$46.tmChicago..
!: v.VJ ject Itself shall not exceed twice the.
: 1r" .. amount of the capital stock of the return limit October 30th. By Ill., and Return-
of The Business to depositing ticket with Special Tickets on sale daily to Sep-
Nf9ebansacte& Names, and Residences of the. Sub- Agent, Memphis, and payingfee tember 30: limit October 31.

: }). TICLE.! II. scribing Incorporators and .the of 50 cents an extension $54.10-Saratoga. X. Y.. and Return

1 nO'Seneral nature of Number of Shares Subscribed For, of return limit can be secured via New York, allowing: ten

.w be transacted until November 30. 1906. days stop over Washington
w by tile
z,,' <'be to buy. sell, ARTICLE VII. .() -Chicago, Illinois and return. Baltimore. Philadelphia or
,,,r M&' ol Tickets on sale daily to Sep- New York. Tickets on sale
manufacture all Section 1. The names places
tember 30th Final return daily to September 30; limit
ti4eseibi ta.a ,eeaaept, atone and residence,and the 'amount of capital
: ,. d limit October 31, 1906. October 31.
sell and manufaotbuilding a stock of the subscribing incorporators -
w 1.Ug Nb' ., ]L -Hot Springs, Ark., and re- Many other attractive rates.
Au babl "; material,, are as follows, to wit: to
household turn. Tickets sold daily. For further Information apply
a- t furniture P.H.. Bremer. Live Oak. Florida
'!t.qhold.. Final return limit 90 days J. K. BIcCALL,
; buy sell .or 20 shares.
from date of sale. and Ticket Agent.
Take. '", "" *s@, engage In, and R.. J. Taylor, Live Oak. Florida, City Passenger
;ice h.bla tan aIIea '. ;' :to bay and sell and l 45 shares, ( Daily to September 30th. round JAMES FUEE.'UX.District ,

.. :illalt Florida. summer tourist tickets will be Passenger Agent
of per- W. J. Hlllman. Live Oak. Fla.
1( sale to various resorts. Full in 108 West Bay SU Jacksonville
.... chattels; to. en- 10 shares. 743.FJI .
\ scktdules, time tables,, Phoie
_, lirholesale ,and re- B. W, Helvenston, Live Oak, Florl

_. COJP ,I qyr .":.',"r., .

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R asset : n9AfLTTht. i 111.d'' ./fISJOf\!\ rarer A&U<< {t.J; ):, --k -

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LIVE OAK DAILY DIDtOOlUT,': >AlYSJKWfJilMlUiB 2 .... """" .-:' "" "" ... -.0- -- ....
._ ._, nTiUOOW b8J1"4''V' "
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i DRAINAGE. ent, facts,of the drainage propositloA t. '"= ,VISTt'1t1 7 1R, tfiAtT;! Pt.EAsillI 'Tiir-j-1: -
at the outset of the controversy .-
editorial t: ) { .
t stated our position as being agar .I O WEIN U J" .
N .r-
T'*PUBLISHED Et AI"fUl'iOO\ I r Sun,(1n the th@amemea'rBu i't'&s to all the 1:+ Q, ..' l., f ,. *--., -, ,, ;; .
of k
tower "
EXCEPT'SUI Y.\ I !. sup nuiarab a the inter- "'>' : '
bearings of all '-
: '
J'IP. SHERWQODj ditor and. tg. >'t minable t etalla oUtlie problem, w&confessesdeep "WAY DOW-! urea TIft,.SIr'DIIU uvar _''- .:
f .. ... .. liye! jffak and, t- "'' "

TBlllYE OIK PUfiUSHII!!, JOIPA11.entered | nd
: r
due season-with.renewal strength and
at the post-office. Liveoak through the 'WATER IN EVERY ROOM., BOWLING ALLEYS BILLIARD U8LU.PHQNE f
:rigor to .tackle such: other problems' EQUIPPED STABLES. ,
Florida' as Second Class Mail that you get CONNfCT PAVI .. ki61af -
/ & .'- .< ? .- a* come vR9.r. 1.aDl: a-.of our sizeandweight : I ; -
Matte 'Norember7 e4 laws, 'and If' -' g.i ? :. .
: -
; .
r '
19V' If the edltoiof the Sun '17 MILES FROM UYE
1 OAKtst < .
} .. ;M' .
a w get out! Scat! % RATES REASONABLE _
his C01IIECnoaATLIYf JIll
: thought fog"sni] ke .ns out b '
business .
at -
no .
;HE' DAILY DEMOCRAT will be t "' ;
sarcastic reference ,|n the (last Issue U_s41
editorial } -5 -
mailed to any part of the, United pencil : FfRK'fOTFli.DOWLIHG r RK..FlOftIDft/- -- ftitfi' --;
of his paper, his were In Vain, ADDRESS '''
States, postage'prepald: 'for '$5.60 ':'* The quota-. for the"Democrat was one"'among.the -' ail ..

i per 'year; $2.50 for six months; for the Tall down ,-
first papers in Florida to get
11.25 for three months, or use just those on the anti-drainage side of the fence Live Oak "M1.f'g"-l" Ejl of F.l .4-:

50 cents for fire weeks! in advance. seems to mean and it has been there ever since. iM lIM "$lt'-h. ..

Delivered< to any piif of the city' It is a perilous >_- M.--MOMMM-'- -. > '- '-..'V_- "- ..&C .J
" .
by carrier for 10 cents week. calm reflection ij
per to risk it, dis j I There is no better way to advertisea Manufacturers of sLumber __ -.-:_; .. 'IIIIIIJ'W'! ""' ,_

get light nor community than to show to the ." .
y. :we shall con world that its people believe in education Shingles, Electric Member of Congress. 2nd Congressional in the soft. for their children and believe ,
District: )'iJte. -::''''
FRANK CLARK of Columbia. pro-rata share in it so strongly that they are gladto Power and Turpentine:. tt IIJIl -- = r'

on the drain., tax themselves for the purpose and ,...I4.'r .

CHAS.For Justice B. PABKHILL.of the Supreme of Escambia.Court: more-now that I will be satisfied only with the best ,Electric Lights: i in'any part of the city furnisnedfoor i .... ..,. J1-

freeze on to |Live Oak Is sending out that kind of .
JAMES B.WHITFIELD of Leon. reasonable .
Business,Houses, a very rat EectHf \\if
down_at these advertising matter'and .It will bring *' :
.'For Railroad Commissioner: reSults. day and night current-for manufacturing .1, : .
:.> NEWTOMAJ BUTCH of Levy refuse to' ab .. purposes. I .. "',..'. > '

; B. HUDSON BURG of Dade. ,,' Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have :ilk .

; House of Representatives embarrass The work of the Atlanta mob is '
For Member : tion. and all orders promptly filled.
-'t W. DORMAN.. by that piercing, not to be justified, for Jt was. blind, ; .- <;;.

W.H.MCCLELLAK.For and cruel and Iridlscrlmlnatlng,"'wantonly --
-f T&& Aaegaori is dragged killing innocent and inoffensive negroes -' .With growing skill, he began to play; vote for his"nominatloL'-j
limelight by the "Crazy Keeley" pool-for money. \e attacked' h' ,
A. D. HEMMING. and doubtless, It has added nevi < bj .. -"" <;? -
fix our;recent "ob- '" That became too tame and it'was'not eats on the ground tint k] IbuIttdis
For Collector'.VNMEEKS ., difficulties to the problem it set out 'shay
-,4.1 1 ; '.? s.. '"smacks' of to solve. But back of the mob and long until he was "sitting in" almost head of an "outlaw" tfcbtf dI Etinter *

**' afto its liter- the blood and the murder stands one nightly' at "a little game' of draw he cannot be named -wl";

..j r For. Cvunty Treasurer: flatter poker'or "set-back.1.*' At first the without turnlng'the ] ......
] c-5-**"">. you us, terrible fact from which 'public at; : .
-i*r For'.Member.JI. of*School* .f Board: yu thought tentton is not to ,be diverted! !ven by group of congenial spirits with whom over to the newly orga1 II.'" lik t. #$ :

'-:t, M.A": ADAMS' <' ;us under, the the. brief reign of anarchyla. the Broeklngton 'spent his evening' fore- endence. League,' wnicb\l -' I"'". ih =:Li .. irr

i H. M. CARVER.E. your choicest streets of Atlanta, and thais. th'&t gathered In certain'' secluded rooms Democrats and RepuLlicta"' 'tD fitw

> R. WISE. you not, 0 the inciting cause to all the? trouble, downtown, but they were too subject membership. These User i r -- =

.9For, Member Board County Cummiaaionen: and" Belted is the black devil of 'lust;and |rime ta Intrusion'there' ;'- 1id'when the col have already been l&ii 5 d 1J, T .ar Iliasd .-.

M. L. BURNETT.' Crusade", that who is making even'their bWn'l domes lege year closed they I began to as- there Is no 'need for', : i Itff'ttt' .. n -.

J..H.C. GRANT.W. DAVIS.J. .. wide and fair unsafe for the women of the South: semble nearly- every 'night in the vacant the point. Just what-effecting | I t1I1 .., .
Republic of Let- the dormitories of the University of of a complete ticket tj.'J -
A. TISON. Until this monster is destroyed, ., ---- .
) : :J.J. DEMPSEY.. Beans" .Is, the uncontrollable rage.'of-the-whites will South Carolina. Nearly everyone in. endence League wUthare eA l H. r AJb IMe4 .1.. -- if

the sacred and continue 'to find expression---in the the college family was away, and the fusion movement suggest i boa I It.. ... -. "" --.. il.1prtIp.
The Jacksonville Metropolis of yes synonym of work of the mob and as in Atlanta! place was ideal for their purposes. It srs. Mack and Connersljj. ; 1 fee
haw with a Is' said that often ;their games,lasted cal, however. a ,
terday. afternoon said: "The citizens : the innocent may' suffer cruelly for -
oil Live Oak will, meet;tonlght and ; it is the very the crimes of the guilty. :The i\chief until the sky; grew, (gray with the !;, Another name to go -W i. x u 1M'., .. ....

celebrate 'the opening of the school sesame! to the lesson In it all is for. ,the' negroes dawn. Brockington lost frequently, Democratic convention Is $N 3 till fV tfclt ti ... J ... .. ..."

term for 1906-7 with a grand love aristocracy of themselves-the, peaceful and law: and heavily.: His "luck was bad.",He ] present district attorney of i& end atibjcct e ItW. .. ...._

feast. It is 'a' creditable act' to' any ,Inwardness,. abiding, negroes:-tojearn,..and,that became Involved.Indebt, and several county, William TravenJiStj -" .

community to thus express appreciation those cabalistic is that when these criminal assaultson of his young friends indorsed notes Jerome- lent l immeasarabdterest !itt's raw 11"1'-" .. II- __ ,

of education and moral training possession, you white women occur their plain for him. His checks grew hollow'; of the situation< a..fermi..,..- it li* Atait t)11]1" 'I. ..........0': .h
"of the young." very elect wher- duty is to join heart and'soul. with and his eyes furtive and as notes( ago by the brief ancouttss. Go u4 fcs &to ...

working out the the whites in running down> _,- andcapturing for amounts he could see no way of his ,candidacy.'. -,..

Farewell, 'a glad farewell to the : Universe along 'the"guilty ll nd.'- And eventhough raising approached maturity, he be- i Probable Black-5frS-Host E. n-1Mt t teii. ... *-1 t"pr.

good'old summer time, for the equl-I'L You do us; ...the mob.strings him up, without came ,desperate. r --l:; ,ul tSalt to Ft4 f ,-r"' **. *'

noxial storm is here and the mel- ; and magnify us.1 I I legal trial; the negroes thus cooperating Yielded to Temptation. If the so-called "reguiai Jq eath, s1trratl ... 1,.
deservings when Al 'thls crats prove unwilling to aco?
while he
with the whites continued his
haye"'gyn' -
ancholy days have come. But there ,.,.. .
is'no rose without its thorn, no joy and retiring per- I conclusive testimony that their sympathies work at the bank as usual. The grip I Mr,.Hearst or Mr. Jerome, ,! L B W. Hdnaitti aftt I.... .'_ "_

without its bitterness, for in the near and sucu- 'are against the criminal and on himself, resulting from his early t I! their independent atttudo.6 lefts tills Kortfef lit t r.

perspective there looms the wood and, honored thus their race is saved from the training, was slipping with his In- past. there is much specutadajust : .toy will s t64 etws1 ... .

wagon, and enthroned upon it is a -"Boston Bak- odium which their sullen and passive creasing dissipations, but he had not] whom they will brine I., -

despot who rules us with a rod of the honor is conduct in such cases thus far has yet reached the point where he could I convention .,rj' : u4Un.CClorai&f ..... i! -s istU ...

iron during all the winter months ; pass up the placed upon it. The negro who refuses stoop to stealing. For two years he'i' Republican Factional ltd from a ***%% glat ,11 L
corn-bread and to assist in the of 'a had been a faithful employe, and he 1* '
when we need him in our business capture to Mr. 8m"" MM *sK
and must have him, no matter how to our native rape fiend, is guilty only in less de- was slated for promotion when the The Republican faedoaallfpears

high he comes. munch,that gree with him who knowingly gives next vacancy should occur in the to be as bitter u thJf_ -- arEdwta

diet, ,hug to I refuge to the scoundrel, and the fierce bank. Often ,he was entrusted with the Democrats, but the I di..' ftyaaaa M. Sarah
fact that the I" the Republican faith are.ace ]
Patrick, the New York lawyer con- racial resentment which is so rapidly amounts of money far larger than oomlBg f.t I Il! ... .. ,
beans from I mastering the South is due for the that with which he finally absconded.But ered by an "independent"although : )cads tad rtttfMCoawty. !w 1
victed of murder years ago and sen- it is admitted the! .
us that x
upon most part to this policy among the Wednesday his blackest mood
tenced to death, but still in prison, I I poll mail ..
collards had ence League may -
negroes generally of refusing to join held him. His obligations were ma- -_ ,
says that> he prefers death in the for them by no I in the work of running down the cri- turing. Discovery and certain discharge lican votes.. Its principal q ftIt 7 IItvam anht,
electric chair to commutation of aT
if the full ticket goes
the Autocrat minals. As long as they do this their and disgrace seemed staring !II State of Iird hu4
sentence. He sees likely to get I felt bI'by settat
neither but to die of old age waiting in Florida. I(I race will suffer for the sins of a few I I him in the,face.. ;At the psychological f official Democrats.ballot, will be ts eeAts pertp. .1.
The sweet old the
and just as soon as they reverse this i moment, when his better' self 'was L
for the courts to get through State'
careworn but senseless and dangerous policy race temporarily out of, control! the opportunity Popular opinion arJ'l1l
with his Patrick in New York, --
case. (ieterIlQW
she has no resentment will begin to subside and the man Odell against ]
temptation for
1M ....
the in and fr 1 J
Rawllngs gang Georgia the writer of Higgins In the struggle | .. if*
not before. escape from it all
presented them 110
Cooper down in Arcadia jail are three cow wen ltaor. ... 4l.
trol of the Saratoga
selves. And he fell.
the fatal J the city ,tIf.... asp hrfJ.
impressive ,object lessons. on pleasantry aside, I day, and of the Repnblicasl e .
weakness of law just where WELL WORTH TRYING.
our of i agog
L'Engle i this State. Two years
they should be strongest; been doing us W. H. Brown, the popular 'pension TWO NEW YORK CONVENTIONS. and Mr. Higgins were qu1 !t.: --

editorial page I attorney, of Pittsfield Vt. says: (Continued from first page.) t tI It was not long after CoW'? N Saul! 8,14 + .. obr

Miami and Dade county have their these six | "Next to a pension the best thing to I gins was inaugurated that th*] to AI Ifr.Iron a f*t slut

long delayed census at last and the have discov-1 get is Dr.: King's New Life Piils." He the Democratic convention. I rumors of differences tad Mva I 1 hat -.

result shows that the Democrat was that this paper, i I writes:, "they keep my family In The situation in New York is uni tween the Governor and tM RW0r4.

too generous in conceding precedenceto during that splendid health." Quick cure for ; chairman. There wu BO pest ---- <

that city over Live Oak .in the unable to see I I Headache, Constipation and Biliousness. que.Both Republican and Democratic however, until the ftght I 1asf( r !oar erfl9 iT1rt: _sEe

matter of population. Our 7,200 drainage ) 25c. Guaranteed at Barclay parties are torn with disputes, With for the Assembly speak"ershllman { Ih1 lI4pt. "

gives us fifth place Inthe, procession, no enter-I & Groover's drug store.Dissolntlon.. these dissensions afflicting the' old Odell let it be Dad a bckt bu4 ,...... ... ... PtL

with only Jacksonville, Pensacola, parties, a third political party has candidate for the offlc8t( -odes

Tampa and Key' West ahead of us. it had I been launched under the title of the semblyman Merritt, of SLj
Speaking of, the Dade county census, amendment. Independence League. county. Governor Him\! Dowuag ed .. r_"- ;
the Miami Metropolis says: nothing since The copartnership heretofore ex- t advocated the election of jJ1 Natal ...... .. d,.
isting between C. E. Humphreys and Lively Time Promised. Jr.- r &tteraocua tar f
The showing however, in popula- In that res-i man James W, WadsYO a ;=,: ak
A. L. Humphreys under the firm t ;- trip to
tion, especially. Is not gratifying and on the re The Democratic convention pro- of Congressman Wadl1'1d' CtdtaA ,. ,, .
name of Florida Novelty Works, is I '" } .
falls short.of what was expected. The -we have misses to be one of the liveliest ever chairman of the House'm" .
this dissolved a
day A. L. Humphreys ->
entire county, according to the cen- and abler i held In this State. Mr. Hearst's name agriculture, came Into p -! rattr lU _-
sus, contained In 1905 but a few more L'Engle among retiring. C. E..Humphreys will con- will be placed before It by the dele- : this spring during the Jle1 j.nlq abowt .... .. .......
tinue the business
than 12.000 persons. Miami has I and fuller gates who have been Instructed to I! tion at Washington. Edmoasoa .... < ".
and collecting accounts.C. I !o Democrat
been ,conceded fifth place among subject. I II I ,*., 1

Florida cities, ,which meant that it we are- E. HUMPHREYS.A. .

had a population of more than 7,200, bemired in L. HUMPHREYS. A7C IAWjRi !1IJ1et Bakes ... ....

but now comes the official count plac- of the mystic September 21. 1906. E. T, }[cDa: -. ......_ ,
ing the total number of persons in you-with *. run hoa. Pi''* ...... .

the tenth precinct in which it is located for help; for, .==== BROKERS i4al1r.- ? j......
= !
at but a little more than 6,000 Smith and 1'
persons. So it is with all other places, noble army of Horeb. ... lw I
every one falling short of what had ( a few disting- (Continued from first page.) COTTON STOCKS AND GR iisy' itwi1 w.... .*.*...> j|

been expected. At least one thou- ) us and ;; .... 'M1I1 ,

sand or more of the six thousand! moral sup month a portion of his small salary. Jl. r her bo.. ,. M... tI4 irw I

persons credited'to the precinct reside of our For a while he led an exemplary life, We have at present an investment which .
outside the corporate limits, of the such 'a goodly but gradually, keeping late hours yield from 10 to 30 'per cent per month on; .. ..' 11IalrpallK

city. This reduces Miami's popula- to stay with a set of careless "good fellows" risiJ t 'er p ... ,
tion to the neighborhood of five piou- and let you fel about town, he commenced to trans- with practically no U."bUc walk' tfuJ,'1.1."

sand. Certainly it has more resi- line do all the gress by degrees against the strict See us about it. -1 ir i tie frtrzUDt4 kale.sty1h ..

dents than that. But we will have the glory. We moral code of his boyhood. Shortlyhe t( k. ,.. R r
to make the best of the situation." j I the sali I was an inveterate player of pool. Correspondents: V. P. Randolph & Co. Capital $ i i". !I1ott Ikt eat afat.4r taaaa. aatfasddieat


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0 ", .-.-' LtvPNiAk,-, : D.nur't>1 IOORA T 11'UESD.tyzo. 8EPI'Rl RIlR. .,aaa -
-- ----- at l
,.., r .- ,t
'" ;:r'-b''" ......... '?, 'f __ '__, ,_ __ _
f A ifH AM) Beautiful; plitds is1n' :: ,
"- -- -
KtMUR E R2T' "tilicolsi 1 a -- ----- ------ -
.:, s on"dWlay %' JtiiV,&Pv: Edwards 'f PO ,..Ap1..9 r- advantage, ut-_the.- larger cities and hands of Mrs. Skipper a well-''filled'
; :t -
7. .NQ It 1 1a wt1i or. 1 Don;t fall to see them they; \rency & Powers have bata11ed''dso a will enable, them "toTJuynherT1 all i "rse"Nh2C5"bT"h6 d'cii'' 8d" "Jlt

V .-a.t+ Nc .b You have jii a'rthed.aud: re1 beaatiful9 1l ste!:!tlf easy to-!1i hlch have h ,lth f
Same .. tlopal m. W. Vjt .T
i4a | aebIne and totbre tb eb o
![ ; rde\e< from dti jn I is a' i. e : Ucpeopl .1..1..1..1.Q
4, adds to tlw&ppealran e of'their: thi NQithg if' of : :
; I-
:;f ... ..... ... ....8 IfYH" t,. ,:' 'We're'making 10,080 to %0,000 stqre.: '\m Thes% fr onngmen are Phustilers" The'Lad I a ;k. :,
ati Ium have been,
cist "to
shingles' orEsmall I n xpyess
: '. tin oa0t.aod per fill large M and don't intend to be behind at great expense in securing the, ser- their sincere thanks through the col-
r"T&JU orders promptly ',
Hotel cM "See our
price in
Cot \ anything, and they are not. tfcea pkMadjuajMcCa4lin >ut be- wncts'o the Democrat to their kind
*. Lire{Oak:: f1
Mfg. Co.:
:...., -- lt. GOOD Nw I.". '", Colds, take 1 4 -* I HeTii/IhVOl,rwI,'jEftoVgoodfortheircustomersrtheyTiii'i'iiotal f fiends If ho so, lovingly and sub- ;
.uM. M..wtO QE lr 1 Lee,Ensign,.one of the largesfafid- *' atanUally remembered them. .

btabtlli, IHADYFAYIwOtt TAI&.IL Prof. D.,E. Arnold 'will: lead the most successful' mill,;ofrnerV: In the r low/,trouble'op1 expense ti?;'stand in ?. -. ,
'>,r.. singing tonight at the Advent'church, South, was In'tJi a Oak "on" '&te" ,
"yesterday the' way'-1'; 'comes Sretf
"- F; redial aervlcee 'a recom- Mrr William ,H.;Lyle"At H,me" ,
u...... n...'14W Uve_ OAK.CN Lrvi 'i;' .j jnight at 7:30.: That means an excellent song eni e. hIs fray to Alton to'l look after hismilling i mended; not only ;'as saleslady 1 but Yesterday )
:i- 1 tte41, .' """" &TLJYEOll h Go and hear it. J Services begin at Interests'there' :' : refine'd afternoon from 4 to 6,
,tlnl rtJJ'tBed _. \.. : "Ensign as a Christian lady, who Mrs., William H. Lyle
730. .f
;; J IsAft I Jolly good fellow aids is a realtreat :takes active ,interests church
Ga. JL. and
rot, -Columbus, ; Entertained, In honor of her friend, ,
II. to have him around. He.has la .hunday and who will bettmhember'of I
VIA : ; 'Dan. %
afternoon ; 0.
G enry, who will leave
.. ..'", BAndjBrind# Boa, .Bond are many friends as any mWin.Florida. a Live Oak society! Mjf iew/'honje/'
er in South Florida
fine -* .
Just as as bon oons' '
11M'f'g. any to be \vtcoD'g'at late the Lad es'
was In a few 'days.artng'thetoume.
Fen ol1O'ayes
: ; s 'dot hodri thia morni.nd'wife M'ci''anrhete., and they-, are. much .JohnBr'J6h"ns: : f,the afternoon

.. r cheaper aT$nifency a Powers, Try man in,Live Oak. He la walking big lon
them[ and looking pleasant like some .r" a,guessing, contest In whichMrsI
':- Geo. E.:Porter, Jr., won the first
""itWlm of streak of good fortune had ,hit him 4KJnd Remembered. )
of Mayo, 1 1 prise; whileair, : Sherwood was successful -
: this' morn- Marvin Butler of the firm of But- square between the eyes, and'so it ____ II la winning:\the consolation

: f1 Ice, Electric Lig to 1 the' Live ler Bros.Oak's, most men's popular outfitters young, one busi-of has.from he Mrs.having Johnson received, announcing a .telegram that Eld. H.- V, Skipper, pastor of the, I prUe_ At ih,
Advent church
was kindly remembered I sbmenta were served.

itf iml Turpentine. ;' I SIttii r- 'City Restaurant ness men went to Jacksonville yes- a young lady heir had become a part"- last Saturday by some of hismembers I The:."hall,"anji' jdtUBg: rooni!were art-
terday on a business trip. of, his family. ,.[
I'\'! vista restaurant in the < and their friends. All; fstically'decoratedivl'th, .. ferns, and cut,
(r? pit *f H* city furnished for J I.&-.t.;< '.' along through the day grocery wa*i powers, ;' the: color! scheme_ "being- pink"
rl Misses Julia and Bertha Williams, ,Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Ward came '
gons were stopping at the parsonagegate nd'II' D.., it was with /elustance
a i tw f tefesn&W* rite. :;'< who have been from ;
spending Luraville
Electric several and lefton I
p' yesterday
fitfke; Vent down to Pea- and the tide began to rise''in that the:gueste bade.their fair hostess-
.4 ktatturinc Pvrposes. professional busi- weeks in Norfolk, returned home the east-bound train in the afternoon the pantry with those thlngswhlci'! and guestgood bye, 'those present,

Oa yesterday much to the delight of for Jacksonville; and from there so for the susenince "Mesdames W; Hlllman .
j" t'Cii of4m necessary were; jj. ) J
** have special I .. ", '. their many Live Oak friends. they will go to': o alawl er Mr :this \
of life. In the evening the store* F..Sherwood... Sr: B; ''Conner AS._

-T X32 ..... .< t.,;I of'Valdosta.was, in Ward is now stationed with the room was in such shape it .made ,the; York" 'W. R> jIcOfegoivGeo. E. Porter .

"!y .atI'yesterda1I Mrs.R. W. Bennett left this morning Wrought Iron'' fAt>Lura- food!wife'',smile when she' 'opened /'Jn:, Q.?0./tivhilams, bogglns., H.

'.;. feet.., ***. far alt nomination 'M ''" i ; for Jacksonville, where 'she will 'ville Mr. Ward'checked his'trunk toLive the pantry"'door. Later ,on. a tom* :F V-, Alrth. J'. ,,D._,Black w}'ll, Geo. E.:

:.:; l{MMf, I* Rttlf to U attacked bj'bU'r.f spend a short time visiting relatives Oak and yesterday afternoon mlttee of several members came'and! Butler,CorW Stevena., ban 0. Henry.

tl:31: *.* ** rata. ea the round that he -, .returned yesterday and friends., We hope, her trip will, when, he went to the depot ,to re one of the good ladies. placed. in the Miss Louise' Lyle.
; ; prove an exceedingly pleasant one. check it to his destination, the trunk : "
:_ ***** t4 at aa "outlaw" ticket c" business tripE 1't 1 :. ,

;:-:1: ** <**. fc. ruaot be tamed or,, .. a t short was not ,to' be found.. It,.was sup. .

. 43 INI l>* *lio.t tarnlnn'thebetbcrata: There were no services at the Ad- posed th tJlt ,was.:delivered< to',gonje 7 ili ,
; vent church last night. Elder,Skip- drayman through mistake and It will .
.* **.. ... "
to the
newly organised of the 1 ; /
i ieftabtct Balsden one
t k 1
., t. 4 tw.. League '. per called them in on account of the turn up shorty. We hope so at :
which ado 4 8-1 having a "tus-
ffwmi tetttttrats and Republican" educational rally at the Courthouse, least 'yf? 4 / '1
but the meeting will start tonight ,.. ,- ,' : -: ; / MILLI N :
again -
< .:1 CM tetb_ ......tabl,. These linesofUte > ,' J :'; ,
rJ"--, D. O.'HJenfV:: has returned from a e ,' aNew
1 D 4 .. tl 4* already been
laid dow/ "
t tr: Hackney,' a prominent SouthiFiorlda\ he went .
on aprospectMg '
# to at tar is BO need for coajectsi, n1 merchant of Wellborn is man- .
i = ,
The wise or woman is the, one, tony He informed 'usthatbtlha4 -
tD tilts tai tfce KMBt. Jail what effect the [ .

:.. \-MMIfIt" of lag of a complete ticket by the.. rj today who relieves little ills of this sort bya ..... ,purchased' interests there Goods : !
.. jj pE-- :. little dose of Kodol For Dypsepsia.It and 'wouldln*,about two weeks godowntct'lake"cbarge Stylishand' Tasty
tft tUdtt
/ r League will have children have
nposfMioi forth and
.EF digests what you'eat and puts | of them. We
your .
tftI **4 UM ,
movement suggested bjarfc BfrMjVfev: :: days' visit tot :! "
stomach back into Sold shall regret. exceedingly to, lose Dan
c Wft.& It Mack and Conners la prob ; shape. by ...' !
lee 5i1r1nP., -- : and his estimable wife from'Live Oakvenffor .
:. ... tai4 tab & -- City Pharmacy.
tver.AftMacr ; THE BON-TON .
ri.iJ: a littl'ewhile.: We say a little
t: q e*t3 IM same to go lefort.P ,',J. L:.Baker, of. the Park, hepusqwe '
while know his
Capt. C. B, Willard came up from stay away
& .
*% convention is that 4
'IfiU,tity. this morning Lakeland ,yesterday to take a look will not,be permanent, as everybodywho will;as never beforetry to show
r tl lit pent district attorney Nettwutr It R4 l at the Ethel up
.. ,.., at his many Live Oak .friends, all of once. lives in Live Oak and leaves, .

r. -.?:- always ack, and Dan won'te /1 Prevailing Fashions this Season -
-' whom were delighted to see him., He ;comeaa> ,
> lit l rott* lent Immeasurably to the
will ,be
te'j, yyatal.Mistake". is much with his an exception, Live Oak has such
very pleased new therefore the Ladies invitedtocal1.To'earlytotstgoods
cfet Iffier ( mt of the situation a few vt W tit tie Advent church to- are -
location at Lakeland. good pepple r and so many of, them .
; .
... > announcement
It *f f the brief G9: Iud Deaf Dr., King. .
that folks ju tvcan't, break away !
i eJ" Psi tl Ili. tu4hlaeT.t. ...;....;...... ,
.= '''' Frank Clarkson, of the best from them for good and all.
one '
""--: ::;;; Iw i t frobable Black Horse. f. t 'Ttomason- made a pro- known traveling men in Florida ,l-'- :., .71"; Jookior future notices : : : f:

'ul i 1 rislt to Peacock yesterday, ariJ; *'hd '
I f If the ao-called "regular"'te who hails from Jacksonville, was in Capt. C. J. McGehee, -
fcba r afternoon train. Oak his were recently married in.'Gainesville, School( Bags. for the Children! I
_: Hf stab prove nnvllllng to accept& (.+:..,:. Live yesterday, interviewing
,.,': hit p Mr Hert or Mr. Jerome, bectu r', B." ., ,. customers and shaking hands, with Ga:, and have been in Northern cities! \ "" ," -- /
W: Helvenston and three
lit MItt <..*' '*pendent attitudes II;*Wl'tMi- his many Live Oak friends., on their wedding .tour are expected '/1 I f?:
:morning for Atlanta
home Saturday. Mrs. McGehee, who
>*** Here I. much speenlatiouf
c: '% W* I*
iftg will spend several weeks.
.. Good for the the was formerly'Miss Strong: of Gainesville -
;) 14 iw* text about they will bring,before cough removes

e ** *c.MI .......Uoa. ':uj;'l,rI.;-a C. Smith returnedmlig'trom cold, the cause of the cough. That's is'a very attractive and accom- l MI i C. W. Bache KK

**oft ** Factional Fight the work of Kennedy's Laxative plished lady and has many warm .
lUpebllran a week's "
Honey and Tar-the original laxative friends in Live Oak who will give
... .. r ills .
Smith's in Jas-
,, TW ftrpnblican factional Wl parents cough Contains no opi her a worthy welcome on her returnto "
,_ g. Rh syrup. "" 71"7R "' 71"f
that a:: this city to make it her future
\ Ib tarn to be ** bitter as ates. Sold by City Pharmacy.Miss .
-" l%* DPmoetata. but the adhereD!! "- home. The bride and groom will

"ito!f wft *** a.pabUtan* faith are not to 1!rta Byaum ,and, children Alleen Byrd, daughter of Col. live at the Captain's handsome homeon v v v v v v v v
tte* + 1 f
r orfing l for a few days' visit
mores, Conner street. The Captain's mar-
< : -4J w,4y M "Independent" and Mrs. D. L. Byrd left today for

:tr fcffl .**..tfc It l s admitted the Indep (-and" -"relatives' In Gaines- Tallahassee, where she will enter the riage on'Wednesday, was a great Waterman Fountain Pens

; ... #*..e L ague may poll many Rtfa Y Florida Female College. Miss Alleen surprise to his numerous Live Oak

.. "I.D. fotti. Its principal ", has many friends in Live Oak who friends, many of whom did not even Gillette Razors and Blades
t lie ticket 01 r .Powers are making a that he was contemplating sucha '
.e .. (all State goes will miss her during her absence. guess
"a *
tJ of
_,. *.U; ballot will be felt, few, e_>s ,Bed Band Brand Cans step. Kodaks Brownie Cameras

W4 t" If 1U Dd ocrata.ibpalu h_,_ .Pff'pound.. Nothing Misses Margaret Nelson, Margaret gHuyler's

... ... opinion arrays Start** : ., Cobb and the Misses Belcher. all or The Farmers' Union is being Candies
Governor ';.t in the different sections of
W41 Well against ; organized
---t19 hr i iCoaway.ithe South Florida, passed through .
.-,-i4..., W loggias In the, struggle t forvt 6: trained nurse, Oak yesterday afternoon on their the county and many of the good
; 1*
.! et the Saratoga convent! k the!eU known in Live Oak way to Tallahassee, where they will and prominent farmers are joining. Victor Talking Machine and Records

day. aa4 of the Republican' "" {!!'J city: ,/yesterday on her way attend the Florida Female College. At an early date we understand a

t rte hate Two years agostw4 Mr, 'T.. meeting- the different unions will

,t ad 1gr. Higgins were quite mImo' .i- :- -::-- Misses Eva and Ethel Dowling left be held in this city when a County < Suwannee Drug Company

M .u sot long after Governor lame.Bnd, .returned this today for Tallahassee where they Union will be formed. Much good

UM ..Inaugurated that then, -0 fc I troma;; few ,days' pleasant will enter the Florida Female Col- can be accomplished by organizationand

-" It. rt of differences
.. and th.Wtlllaa. .. :: all the and objects of theFarmers'
:4 || its ( the Governor >< '" attractive daughters and they will purposes

f There was no open bptatbf !f4l d15Fpetdee" be universally missed during their Union, we have heard and

"*tfvr, until the fight list from Surrency read enough of it to believe that the

iPl far the Auembly Speakers '. Ift &a4"lei a chance at the absence. principles for which it contends and I Every 'Description of Job Work,

14* s IMi OJetl let It be '.a 1ltad inWd china. You Stenography the ends sought to be accomplishedare I
Learn and Typewriting be done
1 L.4 ttj .... taadldate for the officetMBkljrmaa j- right and proper, and the Democrat can by
St.,Lc ii" it pays better than a clerkship,
" of that through this and
t .. S. th Merrltt, hopes
..Bty.. Governor Hlgg! 'DotUnc, of the Dowling teaching or day labor. Our $30 offer other organizations, the farmers may Live Oak Publishing Company.
XeeJ ''I gar61 1 lasts only this week. If you begin -
.. advocated' the election of, J lStoreaCo..leftyes- be able to unite and bring about
':".;;-'.. .:. &. i Jr s ? now will graduate and have
m for
tai James W. WadsworthIt ; a several days' results which will prove beneficial to
p t position by the New Year.
Wadiwortb & Chicago.tallroad PL them.
*- CoBircnmancUIrman
6tint... of the House commit*! 'H' --, Southern Business College and Short- THE' ORIGINALThe

'"t..... irktlture.. came Into pr? mileage bookahoatso0miles hand School.J : "NEDyb
tort tc At the Emporium. idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on 'S
meat t :
' U ft* ... this sprint during the Issued to $_ --
!Q the bowels and thus assist In colds from
+fd M OSHI at Washington. ;: ons n., Finder please D. Taylor who for a long time Madam A. M. McCaslin, of New expelling
L has accepted position the ,system is new and original Kennedy'sLaxative
Ocrat office, had charge of the logging for the York City a
._---' Honey andTar. Nearly all other cough
and will
Ladies' ,
Dowling, mills here, but who now is with the Emporium
C !'Bakery, has opened in in the sawmill business in South be here in a week or ten days., and d. 'cures'are constipating especially those containIng -

RA\VFORD r'1kDin1el store, opposite Florida, .was in the city yesterday have exclusive charge of the Ready. Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and fr -i-
; -
.. If\,1\ toe. Fresh cakes and shaking hands with his many friends! to-Wear department in that popular, Tar moves ,the bowels contains no. Opiates.

are glad to know that Mr. Taylor is bought for and supplied ,the ultra-

GRAIN $:{Sowell, who has been making a good success of his milling fashionable set of Palm, Beach A certain safe and harmless remedy for

STOCKS AND k5Yeral weeks visiting interests. suits and waists and she pleased, aH Coughs. Colds. Croup. Whooping Cough.

v'tot ?',ieft Yesterday after- them to such an extent that all d eLa Grippe, Bronchitis,,Influenza and :all Lung HONEY

11, bme In MacClenny Mrs. C. W. Bache has the hand- tails as to pattern etc., were left almost and Bronchial affections; Mothers praise the

.t Ji w1t an investment whIchVI -- somest line of plain grey,plaid grey exclusively to her. At present t: children's favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey

:t It to month des to Live Madam McCaslin is in, New York and Tar AND
per cent per : to'notify the and serge skirts ever brought

'; with no nsk. -' .,'trimmer, Is'ready to Oak. These goods are of the very City getting acquainted with the lat: COUGH SYRUP tAffd

practically ",'tf everything up- finest texture and are all the rage in est ideas and will bring with her

$N i Hi about it. ;21 j jI many samples of the new goods and l .
bats. more 8.TEB At
) She has the cities. They are worn at the Laboratory of X. C. D WITT A CO.. CHICAGO, V.
tJiea'at her else this season. The styles to be worn this fall and winter. IS OS 1TMT BOTTU.
-'- fingers'tl.11 than anything i BSD noun BMSSOM ASS TO IOKT Gas
Y Capital $$1 : Her coming will give to the ladies oLive
and see
I a.&o1pb &: Co. certainly please ladies are Invited to call Sold City Pharmacy.
.thous.t them. Oak and Suwannee county all 1
Y ik



o .. LICH.COAL DAILY .!J M0attLiTL'ES1tY r c,i 7e.
M.jDn r s- '
BMl wr-sn rf- +Stt - -- -- ._._ .
H -','- -: -., --- -'- .' ."--,--;" ;;:t -::::..--- -: .. -.-
'. .- ,- ,- p .. of.laad.frf .bc+e( ''fta; ttte twat. "'- ---- --------'='--"'y.

-" inesatttl .t
{ t .,.. _- .

of" Conrt'a office JUne Oak, Rs. a. wtMlss demandeethe ,.

l : locationja J f daaali# It' t.e.rI Qtaaaetapt,
, BUTLER BROTHERS I houses.Praetically Seetim34.'Tj =
either dwelling or buslaess. .' .. Ths b.a 9LE MON

afcvelM M ,vet" JKHHW: right of emineetasd

,. is situated upon One of'the IoU.;, JTfff; m d ; .
: : I house has flue rooms,.'lonr of; ;which 1iiMoney _
::: : Fall Announcement jj'
: : : are ,:larand two fwMeh are often l 1w' :

I.." '.. ._,. I painted on- the Inside; also a double the of my. I IhsU eta' .:,- '"

...Atnew.ieature,, of our stock'this season' will' '' be:; .-: I stacked snAn. chimney outhouse and, and fine astern if!the. kiteh-.are th SeetioaSS.* std be considered Ti fat tbt.. -- .::E f'itfrtf t f.opPorlun.' 4'

,t': line ofBOYS' -' J: : ; : ,.:.: : o n t4! Jots the cistern could easily; ;the pteee da:, ;: the '

:.t,._ ., ... plete .. ,r. .., tJr .', .. '..; ) be. put Into good condition, shbuid them for ushApproved draisML stm--ent--but:

) any one prefer. cistern, water. MaTZ7.l9KCenstitutionof /
.T: insurance, policy of $270 goes with upiti9O ftf
.. f' J) the }aleof the-place. ,the pallex\ That.Sect Is. ., ,, '
CLOTHINGs the Suarfl \ '
1808Th'e uftie"lanel betweenDexter's
) pires > eeme is hereby amea& T.Tix ttvealttfmitI'ear

1 : ,fence on the N. tand: Evans' ":Seethe

5 on the S..belongs? to ,theplo, } onanddwkytf ,, uprenw Court sj j lrit u'"u i0neY "
Every to
possible advantage purchasers haw dollars a year. The at
hall be three :
been 'combined in our efforts to make ou ) dollars a year."thoosud .
Juvenile' business'a signal success. A great That the fore shoufa l .be .
Article V
of the CoastiSSS .
portion of stock the superior produc- NOTICE OF ELECTION. and
our are same siuul be*&&&?

tions of the Ederheiiner-Stein work rooms.BOYS' ) w Section State election for apprsni a: 'omethlng! .4- ..tou

To the Sheriff of Suwannee County, 1Approved avudtb,
rI SUITS' May JlstlXS, {n t1\t. '
L ) Of the State of Florida: Auzr.t r -place'lt.

That the
Be it Known. I, H. CLAY following ---
the Constitution of tuSati7 j
Boy's Suits in double breasted jacket and knee pants CRAWFORD Secretary of State of to the Judiciary Dej NAr wIJVI
e km 39 of said
and double breasted Nprfolks with bloomer
pants. .
by agreed to and
F Durably made and lined; carefully tailored, the State of Florida, do hereby give of the state at the shsAhe ge w5i 1 Oi& JU
notice that a the first Tuesday after thi fatal! .
ber.A. D.,1906foS vifics f --
$3.OOto $7.50CHILDREN'S ) General Election wit .
Section 39.
The asaoatahej.
(.'. will be held in Suwannee County; each of the Criminal Cart d !- ..
State of Florida, on Tuesday next hereafter to be,esUbiiited) 11. BRO "
by the county whew sseb scat aOR.
: r SUITSChildren's succeeding the first Monday in November shall be as oBowsr bcoia Eo

: .. A. D., 1906, the said Tuesday eountie thousand> of. Derr'
Suits in Russian Sailor Blouse with large being the thousand population ftftws

: sailor collars bloomer made in accordance with counties of from twentr4vt ,>
:, pants,
1 Sixth Day of November: five thousand populating-
--... ., ,. highest! standard. for boy's clothing. and to counties of men tbu
1 't 1 For One Representative of the Second population, twenty-fly hwaenj FLORIDAUIt"

< ( Congressional District! Floridain repealing any and.U pad tt ar
$2.50 up to $6.50 tkn in conflict herewith '
the Sixtieth Congress of the Approved June 6.1906. p

United States. AMK frr1I loLL tUlNI81t"+ ... ..

t t: { For Two Railroad Commissioners for the That Constitution the following of the aoeadxa&ij Sttt tl f jW "'"

; {Boys' School Shoes the State of Florida. ions aud1epet 1--

Two Justices of the Supreme Courtof V,be and the same*n herd itw 1&t
be submitted to the deetoa rf 1,
Webster Dictionary given the State of Florida. general election to be held m tfcfcjter asdi tflH.
-'-'-' For Two Members the House of the first Monday m MIIMB K
FREE with'every pair. I ratification or rejectkni. to-wa-- < !
t. Representatives of the State of Section 40. There iha3tl & tines'--- ,
C .
:1 }{TRAGOOD' t''' .,;! it ; I Florida. county county of shall Eacambia so determine,vhgaem bj lit* -

,. C Ct For County Assessor of Taxes. votes cast,on the Question* .., .. 11Ft' ,Atia
a court of record and then&$ ; jL.--
I For Tax Collector court who shall be aped i ,,,, .. ... <> r
,{ TRAGOOJ what i it) means t This label 1. .on clothing is like t 1 For County Treasurer. six confirmed years sndwhaee the Senate mhryr4ti ws.s din: H l :.,'. .. .... :L.

Jive"hl1Jldl dollars a you. 'jttfi
For Five Commissioners.
on County
the'pamter's signature a masterpiece of ( the county of Escambb. Tw Ii; '
For Three :Members of the County record now established! nsi

: art. It vouchesfor, the .genuineness of the. quality;-the perfection ( Board of Public Instruction.For and upon be the the adoption court of of record thew.uoa km* 11 i s l I4' .,_. ,,,,,, ...., it

of the work. Justice of the Peace in and for all officers of suck crnnioil wsrt i,

1 ij '. ___. ( be officers of Inch court of rends L'I'-------..... ... .
the following Justice Districts the duties and receiv: tJMesfa
until the expiration of their JHMK
t Our men's clothing department'is.still :up to the standard in ( Viz: No 3, No. 4, No. 5. No. 6, No. Section 41. The said wort tsi '"-

7, No. 8, No. 10, No. 11, No. 12 exclusive not capital original! which jurisdictui shaQuiH! I -
butithe best and in the latest
nothing styles.
particular- ;
I every I No. 13, No. H, No., 15.. No. 16 and and shall have in EsetBbis apt
with) Uw Circuit Court wA.cod U
'i -
No. 17. tutfeMi
county. the same original
I -' For Constable cases and matters ss the cgndae 4 Ii p gtLT- .-- ..-. r > and for the follow-
and th in jfi,
BUTLER BROTHERSt judge of said county
J I ing Justice Districts, viz: No. 1, No. writs: of mandamus. mj K! *i t !,l
certiorari, prohibition,Weal sepe a
2. No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6,.No. 7, proper and necessary to tilt caste' Iltau. -_"'___ -_ za
-1..J() their jurisdiction tin G fflt- .,. ,
No. 8. No. 10., No. 11. No. 12. No. ite! low, "? '
judge of said county. except psthorlty
I; '" ---.- 13, No. 14. No. 15, No. 16 and to summons sad QUill At .. .... .
Section 4: There shatt be ft tri
ST. HELENA. rious points eight feet thick at the top FOR CASH SALE. No. 17.InTestimony. court in each year. '' LY. .,-

%* .- and provided with a gallery in the rear Section 43. There shall bi to* ... _._.
Four quarter-acre lots in one will Whereof, I have here- prosecuting attorney who iM IIi Arm ;
The'r,aasforurltioa 'ul This Onoo. which enabled its defenders to take ... .
the Governor and eoBfiraa! a*5 _
be sold to the highest bidder 12 unto set my hand and affixed the
,. Darrta "olf'nult". Waste, their stand with only bend and who shell hold his office tot few lee iU'jLY
: t o'clock Tuesday great Seal of the State of Florida shall be fixed by.Y. ,. ....
: St. Ile&ua was a barren volcanic ders visible to the enemy. At shOUI-1 noon, September pensation Section 44. All offense WIiIt&hall *j 51 lit t&ajL' .H' -

waste at the.time ,Napoleon. was sent quarter of a mile there was a 25.- 1906, on the the following plan: at Tallahassee, the Capital, this be prosecuted upon !MafflM' jl j'Lw' _. .-

there. with Beacon (1) The bidders will decide what tie first day of September, A. D. to be filed by the prosewnsf
there; .The Englishmen .were, a garrison of troops. grand jury of the circuit cuurt*1 I 44 p -_.._... ...
however to. Stay auj. far .duty, and, lights and 'signals were used, and on they can give for the place and then 1906 may indict for any offense BM*;1 !
*- _......
though they had: u hard scramble for an attack; whether by day or by night send their bids by mail or telegramto (L.S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD, of the record.circuit judge Upon shall the findinj CMMM-iii j'3)'j) mintswL. It

e'eri, ..dropof water ..they used, they the news was,at once flashed ,up and Mr. E. G, Evans, 1635 10th streetN Secretary of State. for trial in the court rf retort.""] rr J at v-..... ... ."..

Bet about a liegluuiaj "making something down the wall from sea to seaLondon W. be upon information.clerk r*, fit _..,. .... .. ..
Washington, D. C. A bidder To J. H. Rickerson. Sheriff: of Su- Section 45. The tt ,.L' .
toward life or Sphere. elected by the electors Qf Ei i
sustaining .
' grow may change his bid as often as he wannee County. shall hold office for four yearn esih J'UJ L'_...,_., ..". ,
at least modifying Its c-onditlous. Lion shall be fixed by law. 1'It--! !
wishes but the last bid will be taken.
Gradually, l y slaw: ,decrees, but sur( .y, Why He Came. bia county shall be the exeteowr f t.fl p 11.- *

their efforts were siifCcs.
nature requires but little eucouragemeatand and Jumped into the first waiting chair, I o'clock, :Monday night September 24, The Legislature of 1905,under the practice which obtain in the B&**
rdegrso .
.. _
1906. bidder Constitution of 1885, of the State of county shall obtain in the twill 5 .rThe.ii
the dews' fell and crystal- explaining, "Shave In a hurry. The Every will make his Florida did *das
pass five Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments laws relative to criminal w* !
L zed, and the herbage and'ry:; II E.'! barber was about to apply the lather letters and figures plain so.there will to the Constitution of the State of Florida and otherwise provided! 1Ie rend iD.-OIIF' 4 Jtw& c..a t"+ +s.ergee .flnsu
when he noticed the customer's face. the same were agreed to by; a vote of three- control the court of
be mistake
spread and little. trees took root: and no as to what the person fifths of all the members elected to each House may be had from tbeeourtrfwyeuit
,shod their seed, and the mounlaiii; l in j: It bad been shared in spots and looked means. No fictitious nor initial that the vote on said Joint Resolutions were en-: court of another eountJ W lit f|
Ion of t bec-ame largef,f like a wornout hair rug. "I beg your tered upon thier respective Journals with yeas and under the laws PwnJM_
the course will
?; years names be considered. and nays thereon, and they did determine and venue from the circuit court b
ly ('O'euutil; at last this ouetime pardon," said the' barber>> "but whoever (2) At 12 o'clock Tuesday I direct that said Joint resolutions be submitted to circuit court of another CIIQIIIJ.rte; iANTIoGOiMFlorida
shaved did 'not understandhis noon the electors of the State at the General Election may in his discretion order
waterless heap of waste inwUicts of a I you September 25, 1906, Mr E. G. in November, 1906. Escambia county or of lIIJ.o-..:
lifeless volcano became able to provide I business or must have been near- Now THEREFORE. L H.CLAY CEAWFOBO.Sec one or more terms orpart -erg
sighted." "That's all Evans will telegraph the highest bid retory of State of the State of Florida do hereby of record. Any civil cause bh!
'million,\ npon millions ofj gallons'->j I. right give notice that aGENERAL may be tried before a referea a::i
: water, which 'U 8\t1fl'rl} .'its l'.fr.I1(01' % the customer rather sharply "Every der, if the bid warrants the sale, Qualification of the judge of brat till"J,. Gtort

the ships that pass to"and from the man to his trade-you area' barber naming the amount stated in his bid. will be held in each ELECTION may ferred be to tried the by circuit a judge court ad al-_ *' ,

I well I am not that's why I came At the same time Mr, E. G Evans county in Florida on Tuesday of other ia tiIe....
jf.\le0ofp; <> '.Jlove"'a1,1, toutralia, ] ".. -; next aueeeedinw the first Monday in November. anT county If r-:
a"ud"l>enfatb the5ha des "of uaibraseoua; *]1---here will telegraph the address of the winner A. D-, 1906, the said Tuesday being the ing ceedings to the in same the circuit previsions court d..."...Jj irginia Nwtfc CSou :

""terrace ,"'htgh'*up"ln tharrool 'alrj; the I j 1t t ., .,. .and his figures to the Live Oak SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER shall Section have 47.appellate The Supreme jut iedidsa"*,

invalided soldier from tropical Africa i! Bank, Live Oak, Florida. The high- for the ratification or rejection of the said Joint and in equity originating n V t Ui Qan.t
f Happy Days. Resolutions proposing; Amendments tt k" .
to the Constitution of conviction
anti India .and the orient finds a. re- j r est bidder, will of the State and in cases ''
'stotfug'Silnltaclum;hai '11 tFle-lemma,. our principal says his go immediately and of Florida viz: of record. The circuit eottrta.. -.0''
brought'. schooldays weie'the happiest days lor pay the amount over to the Live,Oak ARTICLB XXVin. shall have final appellaU

back to health and, life many a weary his lite. PO believe that? Mamma Bank, Live Oak, Florida if the That the following amendment to Article XVI demeanors writs tried of in error the )I"'J--i
you ; or of the Constitution of the State peals or The .
of Florida Qn .
soul and stricken body.'Truly there'ismagic 'He it ia hereby agreed be and of record whether to the WWjJfr >at .......
Certainly. wouldn't say so if winner be not In Live Oak, Florida, ? &hall be submitted to PWllt!
cuit Court shall rea
the .r1and
electors of the
In the rain nud healing in the State at the
.It ,were not true. Fred-Well, I he will be renew election to according to the MiIifde'proceedings
sup- immediately held 011 the tint
forests, J-jOotins. ;Magatiue. :. .. 'I, iIladriaa's t ., .j:pose he''played- thopkey* and. '.dIdQ't. gt; money to the Live Oak telegraph Bank Live his in tion.November..A. D.Tuesday.1906, for aftarthe-t rMi1Ication rat or Monday rejec- preme Court from the ,, <.. rIO Uab. .-East. ..

caught Oak, Florida. Section 82. The Governor the Comptroller Approved June 6.,,190* .!
WaIL ,
T - the Attorney General and Coning xIIfi
Hadrian in A. D, 120 built a stone I'Bsuspccttd Art. ((3) As soon as the money is paid sinner of Agriculture of the State of FtoridiLiS, Aartcts '
their "
.wall from'
Solway5 frith to the river Tyne., near: a branch of art?" graph Mr. E. G. Evans at his expense. era " hereby authorized and empowered to the same is hereby i&ned m J.I'

Newcastle., It was eighty miles long "Xo. How sor Mr. E. G. Evans will immediately tel- and esUbUshasystemof reaervoin of such canals dimension drains.and levees depths dikes as in eral mitted election to the in electors 1906 for ol.- .lAP RIDtND \\ tst IIItI

and garrisoned ,\by' 10,000 troops. It "In its wood cuts you know."-Baltimore egraph an attorney at Live Oak, Fla., sinners the judgment is deemed of said advisable board,of drainage CODIJn&. Section L Either braae .. ;.

was twelve to twenty feet hlzh at va Amt'rl nn.SUWANNEE to make the transfer. the swamp and overflowed landa to drain within and the reclaim a regular session thereof :f-if. AND ..
Should the of tojda.or.uchparuor porticos thereof State meats to this Constjtntia 5iths *ted : NEW V .
is three
as agreed to by -
highest bidder show a disposition to sioners by said board of drainage commis- to each bouse such pwp 1ft'
# delay action it may mean that he irrigation of the time lands to time and to provide for the be entered upon their resPcui'b e r
# .
reclaimed and shsf
# # is not sincere, therefore after due su such*canals draiAa.1evdikes. to& maintain sto the newspaper yeas and in nays each and county.* !e.."": !iONmsw i
manner as will be aaTanUwe
most to the published, for one month i m[
course of time, the Bank would be territory so and drained the the State of Florid .its inhabitants the next general elect**.!fib r : :

telegraphed to drop the name and missioners Section 33. That commerce the board thereof of drainage conv which electors election of the State.the same for---dl W L.fif** mr ;

BAKERY then the next highest name and establish are hereby authorized and empowered' I'a:' majority of the electoasdarments ;
drainage districts and fix the boundaries such election !*J
at JII14J
amount would be sent to the bank. board thereof of in the State of Florida, That the s:; meats the same shall beceIII'.h..tIJ'

When everything is agreeably settled thorUed drainage and empowered eommissionen to he and list it i is lists au- i tution.But-ittedast.oeDabletlll The proposed""IIJIIII"!elect! "':' I- ft., & CARS AND ftt..... .. .-.
of all i
all bidders will be informed of' able Janda the alluvial 01' swamp srsa tax. I amendment separately! A1I, lltie
Bread Cake Pies Etc. trieta. and within such drainage district 01' dis- I at the electiuo at whicb thiIII' Coast Line mil.' ..f ...* ,
their standing on the list and be Beading ten levy cents thereon &n actU.Ze tax I tolore adopted by the ); as &r
per acre befiled Eut
heartily thanked for entering the con annually by said board of drainage per annumn mLsk r| a part of the ConsutuUlJil. \Vaddq'.n., t' s

Cakes made special to order Cream Bread a test. There will be no way for a tics and embraced the various in tax pArt sasesaon or in of whole the vas within such. I adoption The votes of the cast June same.Approved in 6;oomph IS*. 5i**<* Q ancl New Orl.M; ..... w

bidder to find out from Mr. E. G. drainage district or districts shall receive such i amendments. and the tan? gI '
fast or hsta and enter the same upon the tu rolls I I thereof shall be w*P"S<' CONSULT HJSBI P'. ... ,
Specialty, At the; old Racket Store, in front of Evans what another has bid. of iii the and Bounty or counties in which such lards may, returns ulations and restrictH ns 5fK*

These lots are situated in the heartof t commissioner the amount 110 levied by the beard of chairl- '! General Elections in tilt StJ!' 4 and
age i.
the Court House. and Knowles be such manner and form as I L i TESTUIONY wHEREOf.llIa- full inforrilljlieis JI T T.j" .
Clegg :Props, the city of Live Oak, Florida may 8siouen prescribed br; the board of drainage com-I hand and sf6sedILSI tile
.- Bound north by Ge rge Houston' be collected from by the time various to-time i which amounts shall :state of rljilCapital. toedu1es.. call on year tai4H+r e<
tu collector of the thit 6rsS ..
counties wherein such levees have ...n. tr.11ttrTLsTON Dist ? __ .
** _
place; E. By Shackelford; S. by Dexter other taxes 19x16.
are collected in aoordancTwUhUw CLA '
.I 11. Trlt, Paaa. ...
# # ;; W. by Hamilton itreet. The plot and pay over said amounts eoUeetedto the board '-6 fll !ti': AI"118" Iat
ef drainag. commw.1O er5,. said RICKf.IlSOJtl."SJIII<- ,: .
eommie.ionen To J. H. l.fit1 t1'1nmc v w.rUL .-

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,="" ko _-..- -..... "f: tIIIIiIiIH&Wit. tft was aboutt, early French in Canada, \ J TW TR1IHa.. DAlLY"1'O. WASHINGTON".. HEW 1DKL.. -j. :
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, ::\ d bib ::,-I: : takt nv I ; I i *' ]< Ing by their leader,Champlln n, or Cbiin- iN it.V ;.. 4i.t._ :
lit .,: Jhe_ cene represented was an .
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t ;;) .la tiq brt ... lies1
i, > often idle I attack the native allies f"TW "' --
I"" I j N..MN.. 80 TwoTraina East HOTB]r1rolmlANDW.ST't
4 I "' ltd ............ 1.1-...p...M:,far one French the Algonquin; on a fort held 9 7 6S ''LT.JackjooTU-.Ar lp Arla __viU.aRAr >
":. .c ti1it t we U 40a 10 40pLvJeoap.' .;:..a. LT l_... t
... 1n. b. by;Iroquola. The Algonquin advanced aop Ga. S. RyJ/r
, "' ... ., : opportunities: fortnrentr 120p 1215p'Lv ,.Saannah..Ar.; .. Ua LVJtaeet.S. Ry.LT
! I I. Ii" ... 0.
.r 1 '. ., ktzz through showen of arrow under I tip t ton Ar..C O o .Idt" to .
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......, tI ( aa Atlanta.GaS.Ry.LT
..... _. -.e114nJ
j. shields I006p 9 S6a Ar..Chariottt.Lv
ion....... 'ad thI .,:I nearly as tall as themselves 12 56122 Up ArGreen bor _XT 7 30a Ar.aCa..s.. Ry LT >

-_.' ...... ............. ...,. ea..I..... .. < ; butrthese"op= like doors with rounded tops. Now. Z 06a S 1 Ar.DuriJe..Ly t V 8>L1a Ar.Ar.Ciat'aara.Dahoo.Ga..S.TS. RyX..Ky.LT45a '

:> itt .t....,"d'"Mav --:-' you may see exactly the same sort of t 591 t 4Sp- Ar'luehmood". L. 5 3Bp AT Leiingtn. KQ..CL1Nrt _'
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... .. n.11p6I ... j :;;: unities jl.6 e'yweek shields in a picture of a Uon bunt, In. 4lTa' 4< JOp lOp Ar.ChariotteaTlitaLv Ar..Ljrnchbtur. ? -i; .: "--44.*LT CiD e'wtttOQ4t"D&tti.O Hr 4.Ar";LT' rr ;
/nol ;
# ... a...., .I .... .i.' ., ':, ?, laid la.gdd: _and, surer. oa\th .bronze t01aa 9 60. Ar..Washington..".. '- l.l!a Bid-', '
4 e1rw.t (J) 01 blade of a dagger found by Dr. Schlle-. ]USSa U 35p Ar. 8 3Sp v.Ctee'tti Pa.IJMLAr"" '.

.. .... .. tae e b........ .&lie...State... CII1L. : mdnthorsiiouid {, nIrfJ \ mann In "the grave of Agamemnon.** C 145p ISO Z C30a 35.:; U Ar..._wYark..LT W. Phil..-Ly ...1. .-lOa- Ar.ChicaOT Pa. Lines.LY
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sid .. .
.. .....w t1L.. .. These !, '-' 3 15.3LvCine'atti| CH.&D.Ar
..w :. monstrous Mycenaean shield ,
Not S4.-"New York and Florida'Express 7 23a.Ar Chicago Mon.RouteLv
34 and -
tI b&4t t.I ::::='f-ar, :r -- r Rtemeanti a C1-t1e much discussion among the learnI I ."Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping t"iSP'LT' .CiD'uti C.H.k D.Ar

1'I' ... .4ft .. .,...;_llwwnc ave., this ed. Why were they so huge? ThfrAlgonqalns Car.N.Port. 30"OOWuhillCOD Tampa and Jacksonville to and New Florida York. 7 S 20.Bat Ar-Tol Ar U.A D LT

.... ,. used the very ,same shields; ]Limited." Dafly PuBmM Drawing Room -

. L__ = t ,.... *- rPne be l t. 'earningoffjt bung from their necks" and the reaSon I ing- Carl:Jacksonville_ .to New_ York. l>in Sleep-I\ _#9'45. l Ar.CleYefaDd.Bid'CllULy v a..tiB1 Fwr.Ar
tu iI '
... was the same-their battles were'bat- -- natos.S'.Rp.
', +M..Itw tw .pprovtl bI ht i. can if ties of archers and nobody can parry No.30 THJKOUGH LAND or-rax SII.--- : IOp,Lr.Louevilte.S: Ry-Lr
i, .a n. "metnng; \ } ; T5S; Lv...... Jacksonville. Fla'.._..:ArITColumbia. --ra Ar.St'Louia.S:-RyLv_
:;:: ....,. --rL Ar alV.Yts_ a shower of arrows with a smaller 12 15& L.-Savannah. Ga.__Ar 10 Ob: Ar.A&ni8toa.A S.Ry-Lv

ft wr 11at. 1904 it in this bank.NATIONAL shield. Shields grew small In Greece t 00a Ar. S. C.-LT 12 la Ae-Birm'bamAS.Ry.Ly
II"" I ... C._.LV. ,
N. 6
U11Cl.l riiJ' o\ place aa bow and arrow went out and aword t SOpAriJTjAr._ Ashvilk. 06p AnMetnlhir .Ilieeo.Lr
1)1,4) :, 2 .._H.ot Springs! N. 14..Lv, 9 40a,An KanaaaCityFriacoL, ; f t-1
w ....., U. ,e4awt't ht .".... w I and spear came In.-London Illustrated 6 00p Ar_Ktwzvnk! Tenn-".:...Lv; v fl' f
0 t. ........, u..8tAte 11 50a Ar.Louiavfie. Ky.... .....Lv I app Le Mmnphb. TeDJa.t1r. i .".1 __ .
lit ZOaIAr.Hot'
Mr *4 !. Yawl J.. DtJIIrtaIeD\'tellt : x IRST BANK News. ,i 12p Ar. .....St Louis Mo._.LT 9 Springs.Ark_LTNo.

..,..AI1kJe V. :1Ii ,', t. .,.. .! ', i 1115&. Br a.Cineimnatt, O..JLv j }
ba. Ie&dM t. PvlcUn
I :. !i: .d I&IJ rlll ; r T L J0.Daily Drawing Room Buffet
.... amaslwlM .1 aawtar
awe u.. Sleeping'Car Between Jaek8oD
VgIO e. Henderson&
fret titer the ALrtl { : Jyi alry Till.Ashville Hot Springy Knoxuille and Ciacin.-
.., \. 0,4914. rue rsuae. {f ,H i : I There was a struggling writer In the ALL TRAINS. natti 1
f"""'" ."f w--'tM '' jijtlJ "U i' ... ,,,rlilil:3i ,: ; p .. ( "
.. '" H.I front studio and a struggling'artist! : In I "
,, dbSste k n. :
.. t_ .. anuuaiaabsv'
i-... ... at" j. the back. The struggling artist was No. 13-Florida Limited-Daily Solid 1 Vestibule Trun. Tnrouga day eoaelus and Pullman SIxpM
1 ktJ -.ldet. .; C;! A..HARPEEtv'; \ng\ CanJacksonville to Atlanta. Chattanoora and Cincinnatti Ala Pullman Sleeping Car Jessup,
... .1IIdaUaI:" iJ & W. J. very nice to the struggling writer, for > Kaflaai City.t -
eatdbwa 49N. er: 'HILLMAtr'f to Colorada Spri g6 CoL,tin Bymlnghaia.,I4 g aphia ,
.. ... ... III eonammuerhd time. He even helped f her wash her : i..... "-l. _'J I ._ 5>-

we f.V',_ .tI t.. At we windows once. Then it came about JAMES FREEMAN, District Passenger Agent.106 W. Bay St.Jacksonville.Fla J

I .......... ...... MaI that one Friday be saw that she had S. Ht HARDWICL P.T. M. W,H.TAYLOR a P,A. BROOKS UOBGAN.A.a P.A,

..;., 1"..'..u.t4nstual III ttR.IJGPQa.iOtI.M'tyy4k! ;fo-- c'- a'well filled envelope which contained '".

Qf... tiierww' !.........."..._.._. ,_..fill. 'lava\bq 11111111 tft' ,. .-- : same fives, \ '. '" -. -V r- "
"I b sajd be
: RAILWAY n'l(>* b.t 'YOUl.wouW '
t"Wt.k 4aeeedtsa e.9 aM aU herb at &lie MIDA iliJ&-l 1Gbl
-a.t kftwitIL. ,all, I lend me one of those fires. I'm haul tQEVe Oak Derr
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,"" .. At t6t I. An.u/ Jaw t. 1906M .. 'SC1lEDt1LF.: ( t np this week. I will you back ,
.1 ..,;U ...1.' .- . ,-
,. M Amcu unifet ...,-" &[1U TRAINS, ON S,_JA.: L RY AND.A.C.'I> RY. AT UVE OAK. qext," : = '
-,[ 11fft""1M ,..u'i.8t.: ... g Kilii. ."' '" ' .. i. i ._. -Th$ struggling writer knew all about Railroad Company t

ax'" ... 'I'lK'- . _' ; .
::i- M tte Jttdtaary Dmrtnent.toh St,s <-> n ; ---' MAD vr.C'j'H'U"I' throe "next weeks" of the struggling "l" { ". 1:1..." \ .
HM.44 41, 43. 43.44.41 4 .1
t .. .. 1n. *tM4 ta aame are bertbT.ft ;;;; : .t., ..t''' ''Nat .N" artists. i SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL.Mi, 1996.,. ,. t
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&.0. la .....|M.| to tU efaeton at lilt Mail >I would. said she, "but I am afraid __ <
411 ........ stir ..b. held 011 1M. MixedFft ; V ..
g 'STATTONS. and 14 will lose friendship I do. 11
,it 4.S W 11.ant Me"day Ia N.rrebq t ; your t I 015
Express. oi .5
< fj Except .' i '" ..rtt
--1<-... *.*tit At lt settK lMratis.. w rejection n.r. ahaJJ., l4rit. : ; | .- / : i = ; ; t' ; :: i ,!IIJ tDuh,. Sunday.'' :iIngti" like that have happened. to < "".. 1. d& I >.o! e PI cS" '0 s: cS ,

..... ,-- me. STATIONS a ..
f fill f r& Ua. whenever i. Mail andPaas Passenger FrL andPaaa = zw a\Z1 Z.p
Mt|ekal ae MerBiae by a I He looked at her sterub' ; _\ .h .

F...... .we. caM.W*M nr4 UM and' MtioB UMT*at tkaU aar U tMt ,| zi .. ..Liv60sk:=:.. :=A10 20 a m 6 60 p ieLY "You'll lose It If you. don't." said he Nat No. 5 Dail1ea.No.1 Sun -...-. 1101 !<

t M.H ....... be appointed"by ttet and sat his teeth hard. Daily Sunday Only
Porter,. ..., ,, Lv. P
to 0o
.. a m 690 pm
l I. i4 W tl.Ieaab Who A. M. P. II.
ah&Gea P.M. .M. A. M. M..
: .-. ......... aalarralantei .. y4 .. I. "tItacvii '"Well, anyway> ,retur e4 she with Law Lave I v. Arrive Arrive Arrive Arita A. x
,Sto'sk LY, .
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I 40 A V
.w 9 51 t B 20 t0
m '
.1 U I. .......etallara a year, ; ) p a" sigh, "I'll sate my flve.rClndnnatlCommercial 11 00 '. ; UO J Oa 630 1.40 10.00 9.41
2 M .._Live !<_ ;
....... -
W tWamtia. rj 1J' U3
TUc : : : 414 U8 9.46 9.11a
ri :Lao p "Lv a 6Q aim 6 09 p m ,i a ee i-f ocky Slnk_
s t 1.... erar.l w .WWwll III r-m. ; "T 'f < 518 US 301 .. .Stnrr.-. i 411ti.24: 9.42 9.15
**" ..*. af9 slrt ofM tlnaee taaatdnrtcf. .. . '82Z ,16% ;: ;; -; 108<< UO 1.38 9.Ot
:r-: I* .ee.ot et record uertainal kda i i Lt ,.,. 1.6 1,11141r Lv, 9 44 a m S 66 p mP ; 125' 1.55 3 30 15 ,; ,-.. 1.rcer_. "., .. .8S.11 U5 9.01:

f M I t I ......+.iMra.......-a.xcf. IuW'at .n snow 4Ta iii ....... .... ....... ...WOmuth... ......Lv. 9 9 6 a m t 40 p mu. THE BREATH OF LIFE. AI''a 834 539 Ar.09 U4 Ar :540 --Lancaster.... ILT 156 J 48 Ly 5.OS 5.00 Ly 9.24 9.18 Lv 8.8.5t 41

.*W1t i 411rs .N1ra and IRlt.n the thii .,.. :V .. .wdmartL ., .... .. ... Ar. -- It's a significant fact that the Lv.. 8 H LY U Lv, 410 Dowliow Park. M33t Ar4.55 IArl.l0 Ar8.1J
...... !14s> ti0.a.4ettln.of their p.-t lira .- &S__ Ar U9 C 15! 313 Ly 4.50 9.05 8.11J
IlL. .,
--' .. deemL ;Luraville ...,... ... ._ ,. strongest size the gorilla =- Chanq;
laid eourt and ihretltiit V : ::V. i animal o( Us 852Lv,44so. .. a3\) &4 \jJt
ftuat ti lhiriiMiictiM 5t ? ? ? Luravilla ..... > 4m -pe1Lkzs V V !8'"J ? 1.13 ; ela
9k( f... .kka fcllariMiBEHI { -,., ,.also has the largest lungs Power 1$1 ."1 Ar ,C25. Mayo Junction _us "us LY9.00
t ....... Wilmaetk... _. Lv. C 40 -. :.: y........,
'E: *44 er 1 *** M Caeambia: tae ful lungs means powerful creatures. 9 00 a 5.00 446 _. ....Silo...._ 119 a 4-40 Ar 8.55 Ar U1
.- tar,te.wt c-l1 sad Circuit ;;';;';',; ,.... "' .., _W'1lmarth._......I __q....At. 91 a 639 pm 906 5.06 C iZ 115 4-14 8.49 73i
.aa.a' '. ) lurisdkdoe How to the breathing 910 6,10 ,
a..s.,4eiaa -. 0.6 keep organs :a 00 UO 8,45 .zs
tam...nrtstra at W einvitawt.cad M I5a .... ._ 9 25 5:25: 512 Smith- '2 41 4.15' 8.30 1.08
1 .suw.aneeRiYerLv.
... .32.m 697 pm right should be man's chlefest studY. 5 27 _Fenkolloway.
.. e4. ewMi,and the same 1t "' ,... 2.8 .38 5.38 LT 2 35 UZ 8.15 .6 1
... itI IJ", ......... U uDCtiPI. ,. {! ,.w.. ...-Norwood-. .. ,. .. ??_ Lv. 92O.m 5Upm Like thousands of others Mrs. Ora Ar. 150 Ar 5.50 Ar 615 5 co .H.Pem-Hampton rp...... I. Ly 3.50 Ly 1.00 Lv 6.40
mJunarj iiWuiiHkia. babeai torpwHI Jj'. : U \1'. 1030 Ar 630 A.r L:205. Lra20. Ly 1.30 LY 5.5$
** < .ftAM..* /awwMary to the Ar--; .;' ... .- .Mayo.__.;_._......_.._..Lv. 812 a. 512 pmr' A. Stephens _of Port Williams. 6.. .
U circuit ewrtw
i .. *# ttf _n'lia.i Mualy.jaa *tieept tM pow ::< tLL.....". .w. ...:..._..daJO_--..,... .-._Ar. G 00 p mLL has learned how to do this. She MAYO and ALTON
.. ... lUll emp.ioI urw \1_ 2.5 .
I M4 e n ts.- .
writes "Three bottles of Dr. King's
UMIO.. nabI1 Miix try } ? ,.... ._AltoD--. .. _Lv. 4 45 p.f mlr : .
...I .. Mc\ ...... _; ''...._. ....__.___. 4 21) pm New Discovery stopped my cough of I I I -
........ TTb.i..h&R be for .,.".... 1.1i I. Imo' ,
9- a4k. ,.he IhaI1I1t v ._. ...--'_.___..Mara.._. ..___... ......._Lv. 405 pm1i two years and cured me of what my Frt and PUll Frt. and Paae PaaaTna.r STATIONS. and Pass FSt and Pus Passen rNo.
vcy : 30
: No.
8 j
c-z- 7 No. 9 No lL No. U
i4. .. ffct, **. M4. aa4 w rthc eonAnncdbrtMto: for four rats fl; (( II l', Lv,:-,:.,.:;...,.., M=6__.__. ._Ar. 110.. m 400 .p mtlitr friends thought consumption. 0, It's Daily ex Sun. Daily- ex. SUB, Sunday Only Daily} ex Sun. Daily ex SIln.'Sunday..... Oslo

I"'Ilk q >..'."*..slap U li4 by law. #r- Li...."..,...._.san ...._... _At 90 am 340 grand for throat and lung trou A. H. P.14; P. H. Arrive A.4. P. II. :.ji.--
.,. __ 44 All WTMWM triahk+ i fa l 1.9 Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive.
-" 9 .a..-..A. rtw.latoraemstiaak **" !;ja'ta.w: ........._....SaltRoad.. .. .. ._Lv. 851. m 330 p IDt' bles." Guaranteed by Barclay & 9.00 UO 5.10 Dowling Park 8.07'l.58 3.30 8.54
9.10 4040 .22 Mayo Junction 3.20 UC
k W tke -.UIII atrns 9.1 Price 50c and (
.,.,... ..... *.| Ue tirewt i court wl d L'-; : ._.__Aikold.__ _....Lv. 8 40 a m 2 55 m Groover druggists. 9.23 4.53 5.3> Clark 1.41 3.10 US
Ol '''' p 7.35
.... ...t ..ea.yWr.Me ti its hi.*. : u Jl.OO. Trial bottle free. 9.38 6.03 5.4-1- Peterson 3.00 823I
..... ......... ... .... 1Iad r'h' 10.00 a 1i.30 I 5.56 Mayo II 1.20 a 2,48 I 8.U
-- .V. .... ...... "".........t harltan....___ ...Lv. 8 33 a m 240 pm Lv 7.00
w +ervMt WelaftemmiteeWItli .VV UIIII' -- Ar 10'10 Ar 5.40 Ar 6.02 Alton Lv US LY 8.00

u efal N tea-m ., Heard, vikl I ,,;......._K .__....___.Lv. 8tsam 220pm a Regular atoll Connection miJe.t Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oat and Perry
1- ...'....111& It ,One The Loat Golf naiL For information as to connection with other lines, 'phone or can on General PaaseRicer Ages

4 a.. tsr911s.. A 'M slab of Esc1UtiJ I&idL men ., -L _---Fenholloway. _. -_.....Lv. 815 a In 210 pm "Once in Scotland." said a professional 'phone 147.Lewin Building Live Oak.
1 l. the elscwn J. "' 2' 2.6'lh.
ta.M 4+Ret f*'WI year Tbashale and Wet dW &Li +- -,._Denmark..-...-.........-.._.Lv. 8 OS am 13S pm golf player "I saw a lost ball THOMAS DOWLING. President R. P. HOPKINS. General Passenger Agent
... ', 9341l
.road .. U. eiecunw( ttK ( t ._ cause a great commotion. Over there
+ ,_perry ...._ 120
.Lv6 00
--- -
v a m pm
t. ... wr,. :troy Yr..un and tees'be8 baM .t you know, a lost ball means a lost hole 41 1 b. aaaie rule* at
circuit ell!! .. Two professionals were playing and
...**sie ..**etaaia ia the '
4 ewtp sIe11.Mw to tie court c"1 f aTa4pkoae9tataa (f) Flag Station. (r) RegUter. (s) Regular StoP. (a) one of them lost a ball in the tall SEABOARDAir

-a, W .tint..u.tdau. ........pwLkd W av.ise yenta.evuru ahal d all '. T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent grass. He searched for it a long time. V

.... Matoi Ue. ceart of record.ay t'I.I .' '. .Geuerai l'wel\ier\ gentIANTIG Nearly halt an hour passed. His opponent
4 a- ... .... hoer tile fUW't of rwMl ;
admit that the
wn el Mrffarr cyan& I* ..... .. .. -. kept urging him to Line RailwayFor
e4 MOtU>e U.t previdiBf f' ball was lost and to forego a hole but
; I ......hum !*..WPCwW wart J till--
this the other refused to do. And final

""'" ap aa am M fMrtW*anarnt MUtxrcounty.J"a m. orderMWMV U ,Wrw4RMa etbwe COAST LINE ly, with a triumphant laugh he pouneed .I Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh
down, fumbled in the weeds and
... tw .. ear ttrre tarty at parts
--.i1ft.... .f ..gad. Aa,aril.c.a e III t __; :; rose with a ball in his band.U'IIere's 1 Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
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snow le. u a eefate4 4 I've found
.. .el ta my ball my
..". t.U'ad Ii JIIf. f FloridaGeorgia Alabama ball, he shouted.

-... e' tkrrnst. ,coon la the el Ew*_ "'Yer a liar" said the other profes- Three Elegant Trains Daily: .'
h! ;.-. :.';;.--;- i gioia North Carolina and atonal., 'for I've got it here in my SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED .

I1" t.1I" "!_'" wr J'V+ L r SEABOARD EXPRESS ::i

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t II 6 South Rather Rougk. .
frbW t Carolina. '
iIi ; SEA 0 AR D MAIL :
of E+ Y.I + Above the stairway there flickered a

.. .... ..., J-ic(reaset IJI -- candle and then a deep voice called
., '""'" a CM I'UUrt '" III
.< JEF...t erwr fWOICU&.d pet t from the shadows: MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.The .

..... ..........."'!"J'f'.. .. 1ie'4reat! Highway of Travel from "Katherine. Katherine: who is that
... .... .. ....u_ < I SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the only Daily Solid Pullman
a ... .. ,... .... ru\d\ sandpapering the wall this hour of the
;:'; _'" aU ("irUi'I C, a nlgllU" Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonvilleand

'\;;"'-""""' ........... liar t ItIIL 3AatkU ;, m r E.a t W6 t North South. A long stillness and then: New York via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine

-lUll> l "No one down here father, dear. I 12:10: P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M.. daily, including Sundays.

..tA I guess it must be next door." &:IatInN......J., 1M SLl n i II TO THE EAST, THE FAMOUS The candle vanished and then from ONLY LINE

... ... ......, the gloom of the parlor: _

..+i b ................ .ra.ucOcw..... II IDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED "George you big goose.; I told you Operating. daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.

.. ....batls... ...... : never to call on me unless you had For full Information and t-l..p"'r ie r.nth 118 call .
.... .... ........... ......,. f been shaved!"-:Chicago News. on any agent of Sea boa rJ or write
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a1 .... .. .. tleeeafM d as 11.alb II !tNEW YORK EXPRESS. --- S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.,
'" wri Ea'wc' lid prvw"d.4V Poollab. Assistant General Passenger Agent..
iiIp! "" --.. .... .... ta+Pau"'dsV .
.era aid sae wl a..... By six causes a fool may be known; JACKSONVILLE FLA.

... ......... .M.wfm. .- I" i J.If ,MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLYER" Anger without cause; speech without "

... II .... .I IQl' profit; change without motive; Inquiry' NOTICE OF SALE. the indebtedness of said( estate will,
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re.e. without an object; putting _a
'. .. wi,. h., few apPad"", + VIA ATLANTA. Notice is hereby given that under on Monday the first day of October
to distinguish
iIII stranger and wanting capacity
't d ...etertere y
.. .. ..e w irah9.. .wd... .l+i c .... between friend and foe and by virtue of an order issuingout A. D. 1906, between the legal hours
.. .............. .' the front
-q. ::.:, of the of of sale of said day, and at
"',.. ; ....... court theConnty Judge
-.,..- 't". .-,1-.arl.aaNMete..wl1: iN.-0-.1.-' .RAND. THROUGH COACHES ON ALL,TRAINS. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is best. in and for Suwannee county, Florida door of the court house in Suwannee

""" .' + .._ ...... & YVV ? dated the 31st day of August county Fla., bid off and sell at pub-
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r. te r WFT W : line! Get DeWitt'a. Good for everything _
;n ... _. mileage books good to all points via all l
"jIl .........'I IIt Pc. :, lic out-cry: to the highest bidder
....., ..... .. ... UA frail i .' Est t as a salve is used for. including piles. Au D. 1906. wherein and wherebythe
-.f-.i ..... litH... .1'S \Washington, and as far West as St. Louis,, undersigned as administrator of therefor for cash the following des
Sold by City Pharmacy.
.t_ ; --.... ."' ....CMIf ,...ef.le1wl.. .,.-....-...._.:: daR ,,_-M Orleans; rates $ ,00.UIT"TI1 the estate of J. A. Adams late of cribed land, or so much thereof as

: ::: ."' ; L may be necessary to pay the indebtedness -
Z .c.r' I. 1f Suwannee county. Florida, deceased,

-_..... a ; PURPLE< fOLDER.g4 .:. Buy :your,, School Books and was authorized to make sale of so of the aforesaid estate to-wit:

Vr..4atM"i .. NW A of section
School Supplies at The W %
s t full information much of the real estate of said decedent
e..:.=.4" regarding rates Pullman reserva eight (8), In Township four (4),

i at dw+e't; "o; call on your nearest ticket agent, or write, Florida Book Supply Co. the indebtedness aa:: may be of necessary said, to estate:satisfy, I, south of Range, fifteen. (15)) east lyIng -..

e.4. (1.1 Ni; DSst. Pass. Agent, 133 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Flat : and being situate the county t>f
L" O J. H. Wetherington as administrator
We will treat right and give
,'. Pass Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. you Suwannee and state of Florida.J. .
V it W"'IO'(, wd' chance to win two of the estate of the said J. A. Adams
Traffic Manager. General Offices...Jflfflmlneton,TC:," you* deceased; for the p'urpose'of' paying .- H. WETHEIUXGT0X.

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: . and; everything needed will be ,found :f'" :'I ;\; to 'handle. 'Iverytttflg in ifie ua..Stpt. U.-\1et<.r.tP..|! ... -YreToIutkUN

'. ;; line comes within 'oar t i |k eertilatt or the cOd.. t:..

here.: Everything new and up-to-date 9r, '. cnfereuet botw.sea a I 1Ii'... 1=-_- _- .?aVfsanrgents
the kTteommlaaloaer lji. .I [.c-
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To the boy or girl who forms the most words out of the letters contained in' the. largest carried in Florida, and wth" oald! receire a dralt .. ..' .....V.""

modern Printing Plant 'ilJa' ij today. Tfe**t $.... ..... ."
equipped n& type !
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"Black CatMIusingeach; l letter'onlyithe'number of times it : in the word i
appears printers we can furnish you with Stationery be tsreed to at ft &**tif *

'Black Cat.-! '.Contest.closes'and,prize given Saturday, October 6th. i ; and prompt' :- as any establishment in the South)'1' 14 la members the rmwo.of tfc s the....tMJ...; .1.II. r.r.

"Black Cat" Shoes are the best children's dress shoes made. See the stylesin E !I will convince ilI shed .> **" V
; SAMPLES ESTIMATES FURNISHED A1d Taft u4 1tM ell e1 .... "" -

the show window. .' E I ;r. lace sad if JBIOrBWW jt ia.T HI.Jr.. 9 .. '.
,of the nteolH *v*f lbs 4 Wl. kfe vp tiIiW!
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Delivery.. L. S. Harvard, Proprietor. Phone 159. :jttttTTYTTTtTYfTTTTTTTTTTt I FLORIDA or tot Tt-T$ If t tit.... ; --
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1 - a : .
A MelamekAly Career. moisenes uuenn rue de sac. rrencn arms in a .hlaut'.ug: : position. but at, a; Book C9l1ectl. lIa4acaL f 07 those undergoes tom the Senator iM ."TU.
A young man'who will some dty la- sumptuary laws condescended' to notice more acute angle than.for a marriage The insensate .craving of book collectors Invention of the first l pocs ether word, .!"VActe4 ;-
lent an enormous fortune and wbo U such minor details as the colorof awl with the two upper sails.unfurled being brought up as a "gentleman" was a muff The bourgeois was obligedto Should a miller die the sal's of his_mm [ linson. au English b&HouiauUic) who a Venetian merthant'll It 01JWIn. ,
Interviewed the other day. Among other restrict, himself to somber black. are all furled and the wheel is turned | would buy a book though he bad twea- purchased the necret.ftaa Insurgents an Ittetle things he said "If I did not have m'l The noble career cut out for me, If I were to lose der Louis ..xU"therefore., the! .113.. .n- ,. cross in whJC position they are left among bundles and pies: of bofc; >. covered -. refining of sugar .W> fj of the tit ..a1 .. ,.
my fortune, \ should turn to the law chon of the courtier was brilliant with until after the funeral has taken place. ; with dust and cobwebs: The Spectator England about 1G& Decd t .. ....'"
and some lace and embroidered ribbons ... fore there vutrlthoat irmbf tl ..
study phases of it that Inter. gold mentions; two collectors whosecovetousuesa : "
est me greatly The Mole.UBI.Er.*. increased with their col Too Bo.J N tIt mment .u I* ;....,:.:"'-
Probably If the young "man ,were Churchyard Xorelty. The majority of people believe, that lection. Is said the art of. ,but a docucwat vui tff: nJIII Tea
actually thrown on his own resources In the churchyard of the little Middlesex the mole: Is even' "blinder" than the Mr. Ileber, the brotbsr of the bishopi soon be counted awoat&* i yesterday to tk* ...$ ..t-!
'would resort to something less entirely village of Pinner, England, there: proverbial bat. but the naturalists bought all that came: iu his:: way, by there is a revival of &, i Ouerra and
"elegant" and more useful But stands a monument quite distinct from know that such is not the case. Sir cartloads and sbiptoids! and iu whole, that seems to be forsakes: chiefs attached .i .a
that aside what la this" that all those which surround It It consistsof John Lubbock and Carl Hess, the lattera libraries on which in same:: cases he body whistles as he ii* The document CUEI
ha;;.fancies he has ",cut out" for him? a tall square pyramid overgrown note.1 German naturalist by careful never cast his! eye.. strenuous days. He to*; g Secretary r of the ..... =* %
To take'are of his property-that Is, to with ivy through the middle of which Infesti :ltlonlpro.\'el,)l1t, the mot! has Of a similar disposition was the fa his mind to pucker hl1! |!': 01 behalf: of the .
spend his life at an occupation similarto projects a 'coffin made of stone. This eyes which are an perfect as those,of a m Ab.tou0: ,Magllabecchi.: : who is tie. Nor does he hUIII If EQSN 'k. I
that of a watchman or a policeman monument was raised ty a son to his horse or an elepluat. They are very I said ID: have: lived on titles and Indexes: self for that matter. rlt' |efolovingUtatUit .4i ..... ...'--
but'farmore mect1anlrat-and.tesex. parents; TVUlLinrand Agnes-Ijefc w. small optic!'; to a Le sure (only cue.millimeter and whose very pillow was a folio. downright sad. too biJs1 L.ft'l i trmUUce u sreed ttii. >
citing What a miserable, what a as the inscriptions tell. They do u:>t. ij clUuic-terj, but iu the a: utter The old bibliomaniac lived In a kind cf ous and unconscious eijs* utelr by the tMQrf 4* M4adltloa .IfIi J ......_.
inelahchoiyconception i of a career: To however ten why he chose to have his of reflection! auJ refraction. d3 Iit'tIitf4r cave made of piles and masses of tentment.-Boston HetaiiBecause by the goveralaea .... .. ....$
spend ,one's life at Just making money parents' remainS":>lsM in njkj,air in from the* normal fJe\.ln.lilrr( animals. ) books with hardly any room for hi.i :
Is poor.enough use of the.oue chanceto th stone shell"instead of.'being buriedin cooking or for the wooOea cradle lined STAR\'IXf to Dfi: & or laspensloa of .r.. Ie..e-r$. ..s -
lire"to;; sr.end'it at watching a heap the usual manner." This cnrlorrf act with pamphlets which he slung 1 between her stomach II a decreed by the
of money-what dullness what dreariness la accounted: ''fr in a strange way. Oar socked I'p ForeeIt .. his shelves for a bed. He died ened by useless dras1 Qd +rfV
And In a work teeming with opportunities '" is the la&eJ; u ) force. within that "In'1714 proclaimed to the t sus I
It appears that his parents came into ; ; Iii his -efgbtys cond dir ijJ
to live Intensely, vividly Interestingly : some money which! was to be theirs "so lie deep in our natures\ not thJSl'that .ty. ragged and a* happy as year a king.-; could f< not eat, Mrs lIa[ liberal party by Uttr SITt' 4
usefully I Saturday -Even- long as their bodies,were above, the are on the surfai-e, that test our mettle.It London Standard. ; r '. V of St _Clair 8t,; .Calgmb iatenne41afJ for the P.HJIM* al'g
tag Post ground." When they died, therefore In \\"ithiDe\'r)' J.Y':1: power: to tall: ;/. .. 4 ,: j literally staninj;, : >pernuatal> penes ...

Pint Mafia. order that 'the money should .not pass out these hidden ,Tor'-ex( to: be somebody ....: t 1 Th --Oriels of i.Jl'ftP, ._ \... writes- "uy staota 81. ClOr to request tu pers .....
The t l and h\ ,) to I". ..
Into( other hands their son "buried" Sugar has been known since the dawnof from specifically a;.. .411I;:
The small
early muffs,
made of satin "l'v'etn4 were lineal! with lheuInf thi!% curious manner, and deRpttejthe in the world ami th> miu, wh'i does hlstop! ;. but? oat;:) ijlj} countries. The and my nerjw so 1l' ce to retrata bOlD &It NM d d t
fur. The skh \D. w\th\ apparent injustice, his object not do it U: pia: !;!tug: ; Iis:! s.u-red bilh- I Chineseii1Wtn'Lltrv; fLJir1hti'C their\ I -could' uot,i1e4p;1 lsd %! tad to desist from Ml lid

Queen Anne.leopard'?here; 1sl fame a;prE t4Jt'an \\Vis ittslue4,_ : ::- -lght..Su'C.: t.14 pia;:,t zing. i j'I palates with sugar; fjr more tliau, ::.(JO!) was glues up to fie Pall '!"rations of a boctU 1bui_It!
,. Tyco : ftt1i l j 'f f\II+Yul11J! Jq41 eat'l 'I .....
Elizabethan lair iBtl)ia is.p all {mufr T 1 wlndmllljir Her Inteatiou. I I! her than _: fj>Eleeric \J Wfj1; preparatory ate". re '
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a wp.P ?
hanging from hei gitdle,pBefor, !this 'n Po\in4'brth.\ [ marriages and "Sa littQ! ..,Iflutterb: "Riarried; the a Juicy rewl or cane ;: uiaflp from' ful result that ImprGveli. sign which toaW set A aw twil. '..."' '"
looKed asan s .Ouejqf. Atgeau'der : :
date it was probably upon e 4
deaths, instead of being recorded in strongiuirfyd Miss Dairins:; I nev rsupposed the" Great's ) }t omplett daring tat tewsu.r as
gcwral.4 && &,{ y4v> 'yjrtjl
eccentric novelty, at least 'In' Eng- he.h-iil that I ; :i\1 tar'to Tonic a :i ties .........
inteu'bns or
any .!in health "kla
windmills. Greece ed. Best 'o atd ...
land. A Afull'tentu,.befdrg'iOyenfedangrand t newspapers, use ind ate4 by direction." in the year 325; B. C_ as Sir \ Mire .
ed .
dame had carried her'lapdog in 'When 'a 'mneri get* married he stopshis ( Walter Raleigh some 2.000 years later 50c. Guaranteed byII 'ader tle IN ut ... .. .
"He undii't the int .
her'niuff'a fashionthat! con'tinnedifor : piip) csiW;tugs acme,of,the\'bE't'lln with?, her."-Cliiwijm; : Trihl1' nfion(>_orig'nateil carried tollilff1\/r ni.V glnfci; 1P, F;ag,.. 9fww frjjgfiuLj' c. nNo. .. !.
slanting the sails land. .
a' lang-season and found'Jta 'way into' a ixxsjtlon anJ.with _. But even so late as loO: A. D. Marcus Endel, one moremeltidl e. garrpl .
Franee In ,Party muffs for this} ; ejpress' ;> unfurled.! EUs :'trteuds'and guests. fre- --Life-'51'0'1'0('., sagtlt l !s'flll UllrJ tx \t9... ece. The most proIIJ1nePl ba d ': ate Plat, 08 etibK .... ..11, ......

purpose, chlens: macchona,, :as token quently of do the'l likewise ceremouy.To with rthl'ir'indicate'abirth mih! In Toverty's 11) rriUl('_-. I tt teeth m \.rb,7,>>slrlai'l certlrhijuiadtek.pnt\ t qsfd It J q ij'iruv ); dal !tstei'a4r{ e Uoa to th 8M', ''1 .
they styled could be bought .la "! wh'.r Rect1L tIe. Tb
were t ain't? lli ':. M it punishalle He the pleaaureof et : the fbsctleq elI 4
1602 at the establishment of the,.De the wheel is stopped with the hard experiments show that sugar; has had of c:
by ? -'I!(>-a"l{ r.M trtri remarkable friends cnba.
: sustaining power :.when of his Live Oak Alfra ..... C .. M
: eaten c tU
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you combined course ( ? ?
Bookkeeping and TYrf11 'tI"t11e4
Stenography to- ..
t SAVED IS MONEY MADE ing), pay your board and room-rent for six months. V: I.rtJ R&U lOt.. .... '0

MONEY Or, for $88 I will give you a complete'courseVfour Uttr a ClIo TIll" *" ... ; "
old addage and a very true ( months) in Bookkeeping and.B l _tG ttt. __ ..4 V
+ one too. 'Anyone..'' says our great finant or Stenography and Typewriting ana --- te. .J ..
pay your board and room-rent. Five fr: Hoeuuu_ R.e .. lit II- f Tl-
cier, "can make money," but the amount for only $100. tt leas tsy.las, ..... -- V

t you make will depend entirely upon your If you want tuition alone, I will give you a Life I ;- to for rh If" ;VVcation V
Scholarship .
for months
qualifications. A day laborer can make $50. Or five It V.
+ mitts .. ..
from $1.25 to $1,50 a day, while 'a, book- I have trained thousands of young men and that I II. 1. ., ,.
women for ih tI Q
. keeper stenographer make from i positions. I will do clercial work, and placed them via a a.w. 1r tee
or the
can $15 same for you if you place yourself under f, ,..,... .....
our instruction the
+ to $25 a week. I propose to give you a. at f' WILI44. H, .,...

+ training that commands a good salary, and I SOUTHERN 01 W" .. Mss t air- _.

f also propose to save you money in getting it. BUSINESS COLLEGE rut ... J

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Bf\ ;M. 1 t'i te BessIe : Jed ck rakes of super ", .

t Pb' R BROT : "lioinJsg.k milting't 'e'llIe tcliIorda SeetfaaSLuaiaaioana be,wd ftir

{ lasing...Lar>. Culq bIJ! fl h y oftlft hiatuni

Ing home the cows, etc. No 1)nV *

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:. ._ ,.Pall Announcement : ..Liao..therm,jrere.picturejot JumeJ' may.Beeeasary may pending for sachpsr* .\ L*_ ( opp.rturIunitt.

barns, cattle the church! the cemetery the eompenattioe k h

$ J A Bchoo&ous i'ftswini11'and, !Jiaany oldlandmarks t :5' tment; lavt t }:,.

:A n /.f}attire 6foiii st&&kit tjnsseason i will;be i alcolli- ; ,.,all'!on alejbot *tovineatioapicture Bhattbe Se4tiotr) S5. : y

; | of:,tb Locke girls, : \ ; f .. mat dr i r- ,
news and newcomer
line ofBOYS' The spread every of;the proceeds t
: plete hastened up to see If his }likeness: board of drainage i_

was their: Ardent swains secured pie! them Approved for such Mar draiaawBDn n I i ****,* I'J ryweksntr4 .

'' tires long denied them by coy damsels.At --, -

: CLOTHING the ,close of the evening her handbag ,
4 J That Section L th.t0rnetf : :
: : : was well filled with coin. Constitution of the State rf
; '" h1sshe said,extending the money same is hereby iewad.daa.aa5etioe

p- -co to ,Mrs. Bates "is- my ,contribution 9. The salary lie ": shCMtlll ..
!>| 11 has 9 toward the Locke estate." Supreme Court shall be four
Every possible advantage to purchasers dollars
year .
As she suspected she"was besieged shattb*. three e.'Thatdbe ....
been combined in efforts to make our .
:; our ] foe many ,days by people from miles dollars*year." 5

Juvenile business a signal success. A great around who heard they ,had ;been, Article Y of foreeoini theCoeritanoih'and :> f' 1& 6ft t.h. .

portion of our stock are' the superior produc- "took." 'If l>y chance one 'had been the same sties beth aabmhkd t you place

tions of the Ederheimer-Stein workrooms. overlooked, the omission was remedied. general e State election for approval of wSecboft 04 s

'"I think" remarked Joan meditatively t,Arocje ZYIIota .
as she looked a last farewell frost ADDravtd Stay 31st iTid, rHE Fib MFLORUM,4'

BOYS' SUITSBoy's the car window on her, return to the i +i1J+ r $
.- -- '
That the .
city "that the country and I are now smajAg-t i
the Constitution of the Stated
Suits doable breasted jacket andknee pants en intimate terms and with; the sale of to the Judiciary Department w

':and double breasted Norfolks with bloomer pants. pictures, and proceeds of the dance. not boa 39 of sari Article vTfcMaili.
by agreed to and shall he soiofetrfk .
j'' Durably made and lined; carefully tailored to mention contributions from the of the State at the general alen.,> 'c. U. lIOViN. ........ "" .
1 neighbors 1 at least two the first Tuesday after the5nt" <
can see
ROa.- .
h er.A. D-190T. a BfialieeI D.
$3.00 to $7.50CHILDREN'S of prosperity for the Locke,girls." wit
Section 39. The cnnaal stktf*
-- each of the Criminal Coortstf T*
The Farmer's Individualism. hereafter to be, established ifetSti ,,

t y SUITS Farming I U virtually the only great hall by the be eoonty as foUowK where In such auatiaalh,east j <

series of occupations that la unorganized : thousand population ells Uwaas "

\ Children's Suits in Russian Sailor Blouse with large unsjndicated unmonopolized. uncontrolled counties thousand of population from fifteen, tixwoitt.] .: .
I %. ftee&fem 1
__ sailor collars, bloomer pants, made in accordance with except as It is dominatedby counties of from tweety-fiw ttau

highest standard for boy's clothing. natural laws of ,commerce and the five and in thousand counties population at more teat, tri ttaf fees, WJfiI m ",.... .. fjIICYIo \ -
arbitrary limitations .imposed by ,
i organ- population twe y-flue huaW ii

t $2.50 up to $6.50Boys' ization.;'In other businesS, In' a time tion repealing m conflict any and herewith.all parts d flit ....'.

I of extreme organization and subordination Approved June 6.1'XB.Awraj..

of the Individual the farmer still IIlI Ile L

i retains his traditional Individualismand That the following amm sRi ii
i th Constitution of the State et& UI 1'1 .
I1 School Shoes > economic separateaess.: Ills entire to the Judiciary Department tabutioaa40,414L43.44,4fi46aedrd
scheme of life rests on Intrinsic: .
5 V,be and the same are hereto CTi;
earning by deans of his qwn eQo; be submitted to the elector rf dtaeaeralekctioatobeheldattehx
A Webster Dictionary given The scheme jn most other businesses :::
make praftts. ter the first Monday la Nowaio;!
I FREE with every pair. is to and,these profits are ratification or rejection twn "1-
J often nonintrinsle" :anJ fictitious, as, for Section 40. There shall to 4. ,- ,

example, hi the habit of gambling in county of F.mtmhia.wneneveiit _
XTRAGOOD Bounty shall so determine (9( 1 1 191_
I stocks !In which! the speculator by votes cast,on the question it nua jt.f
mere shrewdness turns over his moneyto eourt of record and that lUl 1Dt.tfa.-----
court who shall be appointed
advantage but earns nothing in the' ean5rmedbytbeSesataaha '" ,.- '
XTRAGOOJ: what it means. This label' on clothing is like Six and whose adaryabeflMa: a.a; -
and contributes years
process nothing to dollars .. .t ,
five hundred year wt -
the painter's signature on a masterpiece of civilization In the,efftrt If the farm, the county of Escambia. Tk a aadnorestablished'mEamsEa M -- w

art. It vouches for the genuineness of the quality-the perfec- er steps outside his own realm be ion is r upon the adoption of thffft sKtt&K&i i HV
met side *
one by organized capital and be the court of record is iota jr E

tion of the work. ;' : and oil the other by organized labor:. be all officers officers of of such such court criminal cf tout ncatstj
He, Is confronted Jby fixed earnings: the duties and receive the i&alaBl!
What Le.himself! secures is a remainderleft until the expiration of their praam! 1411 sa ..- -
Our men's clothing departments still up to trie standard in Section 41. The said scatted!r ,
UsrVftk* at end of a year's business exclusive original jonsdictK particular-nothing but the best and in the latest styles. fitdaftOk Century. not capital, which shall am*a&ca |
4| >* and shall have in Escamba JEOel cwI.e.t
( i with the Circuit Court aid Cms*ml : ::
Pnuled. county the same origins!]tms& ttH ,
cases and matters as the oroBtoet r1
BUTLER BROTHERS Johnnie What does that notice say judge of said County,sod the SUM

f over there, mother? Mother-It says. Write certiorari of ,mandamus prohibitioa injuncUn haWaieoqaiB-*
ff\nr\n n /\ tn /\ n n n n n n n '( n n n n 'ri n n\ '(i ri n "No dogs admitted.1' Johnnie-But the proper and necessary to the sumps Jtl
-, the easel set!
dog can't rend can they How arc their jurisdiction as .
judge of said scanty, except tie ie"j jthorlty
they to know? to summons and emptnaipe- !

.is::?.l IX. ou: mat, turaias to uerqulckly. iu me screen door some chickens are Section 42. There shall W sa | illysa
tl -
eourt in each year. ,f
!: entering. On the stairs are a multitude Section 41 There shall to b j
"I Lope to," she replied modestly. "I of cats, and a stray sheep-I thinkit "TO CURE A FELLON." prosecuting attorney who tliu btp i lA .et ,
How Joan Took the Governor and confirmed to tsia.
take pictures. I expect to take your Is a sheep-bleats on the back steps. says Sam Kendall, of Fhillipshurg, who shall bold his office for toot**! f-.e l ;"'--.

whole country." Mrs. Bates is sending the dog for the Kan., "Just cover It over with, Buck- pensation Section shall 44. All be fixed offeesestmlliai by hw. 1 i 4111tale... _
the Country "I hope it brings more than writing cows. Will he them ? '
you bring into the len's Arnica Salve and the Salve will shall be prosecuted upon mfotntM
poetry; he said, with a glance at house?" to be filed by the prosecouac tttne j a1Uti
-- do the rest. Quickest for circuit -
BELLE MANUTESCcpjriguU Lucile. "The Hedgetoa Gazette only Her thought was still of a. menageriewhen' Burns cure anndndctfoorrnythe offense t'a : :t *
By pays for it In subscriptions and trade" she awoke the next morning, con Boils, Sores, Scalds, Wounds, of record. Upon the finding d sad yfff ,
the circuit judge shall comJwt s'J
Joan gave an ecstatic laugh. scious of a slight motion of the house Piles Eczema, Salt Rheum Chapped reeorf. rt'"
of t.
VOO, by P. C. Eastment for trial in the court ,
.. ... ......... '
"But Lucile writes for big maga accompanied by a most peculiar sound. Hands, Sore Feet and Sore Eyes be upon information. sui4 .
clerk of
zines. She is paid by the word. She awoke Livile. who sat up to listen. Only 25c at Barclay & Groover's drug elected Section by 45.the The electors of Baa** i r

When Joan Williams, who had taken "You tloa't tell me! She must be "It's an earthquake!" asserted Joan. store Guaranteed. shall bold office for four yesrs Sbrttad aution air.....Aeilrfttpwule4tth71ra .-
awful rich." "Unless the shall be fixed Vy law. ...
house is portable. I shouldnot be the execat
first prize in the school of photography, bid county shall
"But sometimes I sit for hours and be surprised If we were all en NOTICE Of ELECTION. court,and his duties andfeasba2 & ..... TuJt: _
and her friend Lnclle King stepped tale ,
can't think of a word," confessed Lucile. route to the barn to do the chores." Section 4S The same in the or-**,
from the platform of the little station WaES As. The Legislature of 1905, unde.the practk-e which obtain _
"Mrs. Bates!" called Lucile "What Constitution of 1385 of the State of Florida did county shall obtain in the COUBJ .
Hear the farm where they intended ta( "Words are plenty enough," he declared ails the house f' pass five Joint ResoiutioniDropoumgAmendmea laws relative to criminal herein wB
spend the summer, they at first saw no scornfully "You can get them Mrs. Bates answered the summons. to the the same Constitution were Agreed of theState to by a vote of Florida of three-and control as otherwise the provided court of UW1 rj' iLANtmi&

one waiting for them.Joan's out of a dictionary." "The house isn't boarded up, fifths of all the members elected to each House: may be had from the court d
you that the vote on said Joint Resolutions suit court of another round
qukily moving eyes covered "I never thought of that," she re know, and the hogs go under. it when tered upon thier respective Journals, with were en I and under the laws provdura far

the whole scene in appreciation. The plied naively.At they get out of their pens. They; and nays thereon and they did determine real and venue from the circuit emrttof eooaty sr,' .,

colliding and Jostling of incoming and nearly every farmhouse en route scratch their backs on the floor, and direct the electors that said of the Joint State resolutions at, ,the General be submitted:Election to may circuit in court his discretion of another order the e I Florida o.
outgoing passengers, the frantic hasteof Mr. Bates "whoaed", to deliver pur- It rocks the house I'.ttle in November 1906. Escambia county or of an10th"*4 ...
a it's partsd
Now.THEREFORE. 1. H. one or more or ,
belated travelers contrasting with chases. Now, it,,was the, farmer's wife, CLAY CRAWFORD,Sec terms in tte ;
safe. civil cause
retory of State of the State of.Florida,do hereby of record. Any ,
the exasperating leisure oi'the-t the ticket who came out to the wagon and againIt "Lucile said Joan gravely when give notice that aGENERAL may qualification be tried of before the judge a referee f th'e aa*"4 i' [Virginia, N.. 4l

agent, the Jogging pace man be- was a bashful boy or a giggling their hostess had returned to the kitchen ELECTION may be tried by a judge sd nteft"

hind the baggage truck, the vociferous girl In every instance Joan's camera precincts, "I had thought of will be held in each county in Florida on Tuesday erred to the circuit court Of ate= South
voiced driver of the bus. besieging pas- was active. naming next succeeding the first Monday in November of any other county,in the w Ling l
this delightful place Noah's Ark, but A.D 1906.. the said Tuesday being the to the same previsions $
sengers to ride to the Pullet House; the The last commission was not delivered ceedings in the circuit Gang
now I think the *
Hogs' Back C*
will be
SIXTH DAY Of NOVEMBER Section 47. The Suprem %= '
of the ,
passive mlened driver one shab- at house or In person. Mr. Bates more appropriate." jurd I
shall have appellate 'ead t
by hack formed a series of most realistic stopped In front of a barn near the for the ratification or rejection of the said Joint and in equity h 5 The
At Resolutions jvj
Mrs. Bates proposing Amendments convection Great ... I
pictures which made Joan touch' roadside and there deposited a suspicious particulars of the disaster gave that more had tution of the State of Florida, viz: to the Consti of and cases The of circuit cart 6f yS**' .' 0{

the, button many times. looking package. Farther on ASTICLS XXVffl. shall have final aopellate tea
attacked the Locke household
A peculiarly fashioned horse attachedto they met a farmer who looked at them and asked That the following amendn ent to Article XVI demeanors tried int1t _d to ,I FIUrN.EaS\ '
to enlist their "' Vt'5
hl' of the t
the forthcoming Constitution of the State of Florida be and peals or write of error Dream' *(f ,
a two seated democrat drove
now "
Inquiringly. ball. Joan appeared abstractedand it is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to of record whether to the ly -
up. Joan was somewhat in doubt at "Put it in the barn, Fred," said Mr. the electors of the State at the general election to cult Court, shall be Pry a| ,
no suggestions Lucile be held on the first Tuesday after the and according to the saint e
first as to the genuineness of the animal Monday
Bates significantly."All proposed a fair in connection thein November.A.D.,1906,for ratification proceedings from the
), which seemed to her to have a right. Bestowing a knowing with or rejec preme Court TO fH... ,.. .
homemade dance and began to ply her needle In Section 32. The Governor the Comptroller Approved June L1T ,
The driver
was the
aspect gaz- wink upon his purchasing agent, Fred the fashioning of sofa pillows. Treasurer.the Attorney General and the Commia-
ing Into space, with no, manifest interest hastened forward. I The next few days sioner of Agriculture of the State of Florida and Aatvcta .M i :DRIDA AND WEST I IHW q
were devoted their.ucceasrainoffice
by' are
in the arrival of the train. "How the hereby constituted That the following amea
are Locke ? asked and
girls Joan to long solitary designated as a board of drainage of the State
rambles In which tommiBSionera. of the Constitution yf

Again she touched the button while Lucile. "And do ;you all help them as me .aDd an hereby authorized and empowered to the same ie hereby agreed to # AND
always carried
her i NEW
Lucile 'who had spent the summers of much as you did?" camera."I and establish a system of canals,drains levees dikes milted to the electors of Er YOU( E t Ii
( reservoirs
think I have took the whole country of such dimension and depths,as i in enl election in 1906 for '
two years In this vicinity, went quickly Mr. Bates' then related a pathetic the judgment of said board of drainage Eitherbran
Section L
she commis
to the newcomer. announced one day. "I am sioners is deemed advisable to drain thereof.
"Wby up how do do Mr. Bates? story" of" the misfortunes of the Lockegirls going to send the plates to the city for of the swamp and overflowed lands within and the recla'm State a meats regular session this Cunsti it ]
you who had lived together for development as I haven't the facilities deemed Florida best or by such said part board or portions thereof as i is agreed to by threes rruIDQI-[ 1IiOJIIft If ,
This !la my friend. Miss Williams. seventy odd years In the little tumbledown here. from time to time and of to drainage commisSIOners ed to each house such pr. [ 1.
provide for the be entered their -
The girls occupied the back, seat of upon
house irrigation of the lands D E
with its reclaimed r$4M r
and and
garden to :
sparse The day before that set for the f,\!.T sudh canals,drains maintain the yeas and nays .
the vehicle. Mr. Bates uttered a mild levees dikes and each eounty t
patch. The had been fore reservoirs in newspaper in ,.
mortgage and dance such manner as will be .,-
a huge express package was most advantageous to the for one moou i
"Geed-apr and the horse made a for- published
closed. Roxy's sight'had failed her, brought ta Join but she territory so drained. the State of Florida its ice- the next general ekctjoa of
ward movement, tearing away In clumsy and she was unable to do the refused t3 habitants and the commerce thereof. which election the CARS
gallop across the long bridge, at the "piecing"and I show the contents to auy one.Oa Section S3. That the board of drainage eoramwskinen electors of the State, form AND TtfUtttfttf. ** .. r
quilting by which they had helped 1 th< are hereby authorized and eyed of the elector
? momentous a majority
evening &he
end of which he settled down Into a went to establishdrainagedi.tricUSndExthet
eke out their bound at such electron akai al : t
nippy little gait living. j to the big:; barn where the dJ.nC0"8.,1 aries thereof in the State of Florida That the mtnts meDlt the same stutwn. \r 11.I. uses. .
The poorhouse was looming up In I be held an hour In advance of the timei board thorized of drainage commissioners ke and it is au Thesubmitted DroPoa ahate ;
"Old Hundred didn't omit his usual and empowered to ekd : 1I.
their horoscope the prepare a list or to en n $
though neighborswere set. as e.y
When of all
the Bates household the alluvial '
or and
bridge sprint" observed Lucile. arrived swamp and overflowed taxable amendment separately-- ?,& New -
preparing: to give a harvest ball they saw her seated demurely at 1 lands within such drainage district or dis at the election at which that" jtof JIIIMW! tree ML Q
a ta
"Old Hundred! He doesn't deserve tricts.and levy thereon "
and bestow the proceeds therefrom to I' ble aa acreage tax not exceeding ore adopted bytheelactoaa *
such a cognomen" observed Joan. the surrounded by a group of eager, ten cents per acre per annumn to be fixed apart of the ConstitatSoo v* CONSUlT .
averting of this : annually by said board Its ,
calamity. chattering folks. An artistically letter- of drainage commissioners, adoption of the same. hOJru et ;
"Yon will think ea.' He hasn't Set- and the various tax
the time this i assessors of the various 6 I6eomp. 1ed
By narrative was i finished ed sign read embraced connties Approved June ; "
: in
tled down Into his snaillest yet'" j part or in whole within such The votes cast m fulJ lA/I"
pace .
they had reached the farmhouseof drainage district or districts l1/tl/ .. .
"Would you see youwelf: as ohe shall receive such amendments. and the antxjeuals" e ; hednt .
rs list
"Geed-apr reiterated Mr. Bates or lists and enter the t
the Bates household, and Mrs. Batescame same upon the tax rolls retorna thereof,shall be call.
) see you? Come and finJ yourself of rhecounty ceuntie to."Co b .. '
,this insinuation If or in which such lands ", -" 1 1l
roused to effort by out to greet the "city folks who I not here faces made to order at future: be and the amount levied by the board of drain may aEketione tfl tht : !t-, p h 10N. L It&. ;;; ,
and smartly slapping the reins, erosthe'steed's were shown to their ". age eoounissjooen m such manner and
"bedroom off the date. be form ai Ice ievnrto > diL ; Pt..e. T:
ample back,, may prescribed by the board of drainage. eom- ... ."
room. miasiouers from
Lucile time to
I and the Bites time which
;"He doesn't 'geed-ap- very. 'fast," "The live stock; seem to be making a to the table ,which was family covered teDed with counties be collected wherein by the such various levees tax have collectors amounts of shall the ,- t\cea./.T pr

commented Joan. I fraud entrance." said Joan I other taxes been made a* s
collected cLA
presently, I photographs of all styles and sizes are in accordance wiih law ; '
"1)0 you earn, your own.llring; tooT_parting the curtain. "Throuzh the note i snapshots of the country folkaux aDd, III and drainage pay over said amounts collected to the board
rfimm imoncni, serf CP TfliFSfon rt To J.H.BICBITS

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boundary 'Use between Canada :
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*= 'ta .r L d 9VJ'mJ tad the United state 'ts marked with .
; Iron posts At mHe '. ".
r4........if ; part of its length.. Cairns earth for mounds a great! '..::I.TW TRAINS DAILY TO WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK.,.1[; -;.. ?
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prats are also, used. a&d .
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t !f 4 t t i of ..... $ .{. .. :iy ofi 'nvIit3sl i fdlen;! .?rod wide, des of trees :and under -

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r 6 tI Its .N/v&e1A Otat.a .... .... ....... s-:.:IS'J S3?, i:Ifti : opgortunitTes'J; ,,19r'[ : support artificial the Islands catrns.bleb'have' been rise made''about to < 11 1 6!2Cp 05aJ 40aia|12 T tOp 15pLv.SavaMa55p OOaIAr.Cohunhia.-.t.|'|ILY_+_Ja.il1eArJeMp! _Ar417a ,, 10 t 2 SOp L boa I A L Lv.lUcon.J Jeaaup.. Ga.riUJ.Rx Ge..S.S.Ry.Lf RJ.Lv AF ,....-'

eight above the high 5 30a Ar.Atlaata.Ga.S: "
r31y water mark .
"1 "!If 'tWr: : r.w eratGI R4K -3 tment but these Exchange.. 12 1006p Ha U 51p}Ar..Gnleuboro-L.y : 8, 2Sa lOa Ar..u.aGa..s.Daltoa GaS.RyL'r L '
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t ICI! I----- IfliT -c < Greedylot who Is rather | 120D ...I.7aeLy .'TjOp Ar.Ctoe'iiatti,OQACLTg :

<' :..t 11,. unities. do.t not; cqme miserly was I 62a94SiJ C lOp Ar.Cbarbttesvlile Lv, 40p Lv Ciac'natti.0 Big 4Ai> .
recovering from a long Illness.! owwu1t. 9 SOp Az..Wasbingtod..L' lOajAr.Chicago, .
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a c l t ,ba.." d craws.rom ahg. ..' r* jfjrwfek' Big 4.Ly
i .......... .... : doctor. he asked one day "thatI 1159.145pl413p (1359 2 558! Ar AtBaltime.Lv,....W.Phila.l-Lv S 35D Lv.Cfnc't'ti Pa.Lin .Ar _
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: ..A ...., 1 lGaAr.CI| eqo Pa Linea-Lv
able !
I'L.--- : was to live so many weeks without 6308 Ar NewYork...Lv
I :] 'Jiill d.t. I ( : 845, Ly.Cinc'attic.H.&: D.Ar
.., .., ho4. Aataa.X! Xeti 1 :" eating I Nos. 34 and S4.-"New York and Florida Express 7 Z3a'ArChieagoMOILRouteLy''
".. .' TW..... 11IM ,,) "..1".rJ".u..I" / } : this ) "Why. you were fed by the t@ver.!" I ,"Dtuly Pullnuui Drawing Room Sleeping 6159Lv.Cin'natiGHI'; D.Ar _
-- "Are you surer Then after a mmentis Car.Port;Tampa and Jacksonville to New York.! Ar-TolBd C H.4 DrLv,
.:._ ... .......... e add ar41ar _. ,f /* -' f rney I N.... 30"Washington and Florida 725a930pJLv Ar Detroit.Mieh.P.M.Ly
w 11"- ; reflection.. 1 wish I could : "" "
t give Limited. Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleep-! --- -
1 .N J i. n.. I- :::" should be earning it to my servants." I ins Car.Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car. Cjn'nati.BigFoar.Ar
-c-. ItI.( BieFourL*
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.,.,. aJar, No.30 THROUGH LXMD or THE SICY. 5 'i-fT-iigtqas.ruBpAr _
f'j.I t e OpILL" "- -
-w ti 1 thing; and it can ifH Speaking Their Mind 8 Lou.8Y ill e..s. B1..Lr
: : ... l4"s. =.tD"'R00f; 4' fn The queer thing about the people 7 55p Lv.._.. Jacksonville Fla.__...Ar 9 JAr.St Lcui::S. Ry.Lv. '
hers'-tLJ { : 12 15. Lv..._,:..Ssrannsb. Ga._._Ar 10 02a Ar-Anniston ;
:a a.1 M4 l.1I. 1 A.... .t w it in this bank who boast of always speaking their: tOOaAr' ....._".Colombia. S.' C.Lv 12 Ola Ar-Binn'haDi.A&Ry.Lv. Rp-Lv
\l4 li! I 1... !; 4... .........."':"1-,,r h ab place, minds is that they nearly: always have ISOpAr2S7pAr._ Ashville, N. C-_.Lv 6 OSp Ar-MeniphU-.Frisco..LT _
: .. -T _H-ot Springs. N. CLvKnoxville. 9 4fl. Ar.KansaaCityFriacoLv
t S. 't Ws."atrprw r
finch disagreeable minds to speak. Did
S ClOp Ar_ .Tenn-_ Lv
4..i.._ ,II= tat asIi4 SSOaAr. ... _" Lv 8 aUp -Menpnia. Tenn. ,.ArNo. -
hear !
you ever one preface
ta d any a como .StcuLvineMKy. 9208
t. t AAVerd,81X 1- .. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 612j> Ar_. _.LT A..Hot. SpriseaArt.L.,
: 31 "- .
I pllment, a commendation or anything 8 15a,Br.. _. ...CJncinnatt, O-__.!Lv
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. ( AlfICI.I1XI. ..... : I gracious or pleasant by saying "I always Pullman Drawing Room Buffet _
i n..t I J ; Sleeping! Car Between Jaekaoovile' Hendenoovill
t .- sty iaradant I must EXCELLENT DINING CAR' SERVICE ON -
speak my'mindr'-Wom .
CwWtataa d .... StaLl 01 ALL TRAINS. Afchville. Hot Spring"Knoxuille and CineinnattL : -
,J r .. wi. : : an's Life. .
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z. ... fl :
+ 51..r I "
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> !, ) J Ely .. at 1Mit ......... .{ 'ipy l president. C. 'A. HARDEE ) I O. tILe Ct+a aso.,BI.ltw.. ,. 13-Florida Limite&Daily Solid Veetftule Train Through day eta hu and Tullmao Sleep.
; ...Me .......,. xuq It fcihler. [ Vlssss e-Pteau ing CaraJuksonrille;: to Atlanta. Chattanooga and Cincanatti Ala Pullman Sleeping Car Jessup i
_:\ .a '"" A. ti & Iw u.e Int }HORN; : W,; 1.. HILLMAN, I We are learning that a standard of to Colorado Sprints,Col.via Birmingham._Memphis Kansa City,

.;) J : dtuaeatlsa ,. : _.-_ .* i social ethics is not attained by travelIng . ,.
....tie II. fte..m., : ::i ss zssssStORIDA I a sequeatered 'pathway; but by JAMES FREEIlAN. District Paa e neer Agent. 8 W. Bay St,. JackaoIviI1e- Fla.' -

__ t1r_ "bad Cuuru"'I4ab1111ri. il ,' walking on the thronged and common S. in HAKDWlCIC;; P,T.M. W.H.TAYLOR G. P..A. BROOKS MOBGAN. A. G. P.A

.., .. .. :tr.--- .::--ieeisoautrikaohf ,. 'road where all must turn out for one

,. .-" .. Sh ", f-, It tilts thaoslaJ.t : another, and at least see the size of one ,

?'F z.1II'... ""- u.: :* RAILWAY, another's burden-<-Jane Addams.
k\ ... "'-- kq : .
"-'" 1"' &iiII!!i-W ......'.'J': ......-1.. I uaui ,: l. Live Oak Perry & Gulf
:" M4 f.Jt...._..... ,.. ,
,. tisi a.4.1At4W iI..,.tba thtrcy... "'B"WM ALL TRAINS ON S. IA. L RY. AND A, a L. BY. AT LIVE OAK THE BREATH OF LIFE.
,-"" # f...,"' '4 ....p-4.. h..arv4 .

*M ii te&tijS"* tile" o CBMTU1. TIME READ tiP" It. a significant fact that tbp ., Railroad Company; ,
-4 satmMhj* f TrT?r"T Jj
j.1" ,..U..... strongest animal of its size the gorilla .
*<* Ifeil 'aTIt'UI IXUa. ; "0 No. 2. Na 4" SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20. 1966.s .

.:- *** t +*.. *..nlMWaeadBMtitol .,-;-._, .' UaUand J&edFa1 also has the-largest lungs. Powerful
"! ,...< Uwitttt. .f .,d STATIONs. Daily lungs means powerful creatures. c.: :; ;0. .. ; I c:
J. f4 ...." .i.patee.ta6es.3 Express.Daily. Except 4 .{Q L C .I.o. :s
.. How to keep the breathing 01If 1tO ..
.... tt. 41. 1R11K/lNudq.d Sunday organs s cuO a : I; .
..... $lie aee.e art bavbyrail e o I.I c d.lWlandPua .
\ : right should be man's chiefest study Frt.andPUII STATIONS. : .'
att2epetesi Y ,.. ......ra III tile .-. Paaaenaer :;: Z ; Z'i = :;i:
:;:: "toe MM.tile lilt Like thousands of others Mrs. OraA. G .
w 8P"! C" My. .. ........,.A.1; ., ...- I -Live Oak "..... '.;.--Aro 10 20 ..m 150 pm No.1 NA i .No.3 -- -!-: a --fL I :s k a
I Stephens of Port Williams 0.
... .. ,.. Dailyex.Sun
Sunday Only
iz" W wta6bl t6a aka i ir ."at'.,1." (f.w..,.:.' ',- "," "-'Pore---._ ."-_L Y.I0 00 a III 630 pm tas learned how to do this. She Daily A. M. P. M. F.U.. P. Ii P. M A. M.

i' it ... ti4 a w 41st.vrta. .ly a : 'LT., .""........Stokley ......__._--Lv. 1152. m 6 ZO pm writes:. "Three bottles of Dr..' King's: Leave Leave 2 X ---.100-". Arrive Alan Arrive Arrh.a A.M..-
'ff. P4 .A.P a !R N.'. atkta aI ear ."'- t.-o- 1.0 00 1.30 5544 430 5.40 18.00 '
.. ... .. .. New Discovery stopped ( i13 U3 2 -Live Oak-
... t\Mol ahaI1l1el' i. -n---Lawer. .Ly. 8 SO a m II 03 my cough otwo 200 Rocky Sink- 416' 6.28 946 II'
t ........Ied b,die 'r "4 pm a 8 18 us .... i 41L 5.U :42:
.*:; .c.:...d "$ Iliti ssrHrwlbtaeb..esabskeakaY. Lr."" ,,',..--..__ KakLad.""......_.... ..Lr. 8 4t t S 53 years and'cured me of what my a 22 L5Z U1 215 ---8tarr Mercer_.... '408 138 9.1i U'l
t pm I 25 L55 5Z77
i MHllMalaiTi\ th aU be tae friends 105 9.25 II'os
ml 0 it'
f'- to thoughV consumption. 8 530 .Platt.--
< .
4 .
ipVlH ..Mf 81 Ar';; '_'_. .Wtimarth.--..- --. -.._L11 -.. 93 6. a 824 204 540 .Laticaetet_ S b6 5.08 Uti Aso
t J ,,'-f e* ..... ;MtrMf.Tt er'ju itZi I.Y. IOu'" "...... ___...- m S, 40 pmiJ grand, for throat and lung fro n. Ar.L8 8 39 45.Lv Ar L09 4045 Ar.''. Dowlinw- Par ." Ly 348 Lv 5.00 Ly 918 Lv UO
a bt ... ir.4 a""L-t WI IMalllb>K ; 15 M a 39 Ar 4.55 M 9.10 Ar 812
96 -
: ; U. bles.: Guaranteed by Barclay & !
""" -:._ .........a III this. ama ."ftV At.--.., _.Luravme.__..._..;... Ar 4049 41. ._.ChanCJ-, I 33 Ly 4.50 9.06 8.08
I w W.....tfe.ewe! *4.-.r4.. I.... Lt.,",?,."". _..._Lnravtlla.y _,__ Groover druggists. Price 50c and 852 850 Ly 4.50 -.-. S 36 ArU8 8.06
.r, 4 ,' It\tt. ... I Mfc meAnal tturt tit.> ..,.d wsi ...... .tt NCIICII ar.i H.OO. Trial bottle free.DeWitt's 867 4-51 Mayo US 4.401 983&O:
___Wilmal'th..M.........._._ 900 1 5.00 Lv. t 40 _....Day__. >>
?' ntI i.ta,. .i lh..moloaaar I S 31'
a aaeeiq a 4.40 Ar 8.55 At 1.41
blu0+gte traa4. tSs..aiiaL.St lint rl.' i"r : !,.".' .. .VNksuth_. _._n. .:"_Ai 9 35 a Q 539 Pm I 9 06 i.06 4 146 62 _'.M owJlli s _,nd._.. au u& 'JJli

..isi1L ttM1ad tMe.i4eeurtud'b -jwWictlMtlalieria'judp ,. aLt' .-.Suwa 0.6 River_.......__.Lr. 932'a m lirz: p mNorwood. Witch Hazel Salve is best. 9 910%5 5I0 5:25. 5 3 2'1 1% _.-::-.FenhollowIY.;..&nilh__. 500 2 4'J 4.50 4.15 us 8.30 1.08.28

4aa*' 1baU..1I1 EicamI iri : :, 8 Get De Witt's. Good for everythinga 938 Ar. 5 40 _.... .Ly 2 3Ii 4.02 8.U U3
: bU art .,ia ._ ... ...Ly. Ar. 9 50 Ar 6.50A38 Perry Lv
a a COUBU "" 9 20 a'm 5 24 I 3.50 Lv 8.00 Lv 6040
...tM,..... CUrt d Circuit JWPw :,. .. _' 3.% pm salve is used for including pile Ar. 1030 Ar 630 1Ar.G 85 Hampton Sp Lv Z 05 Lv 3..20 Lv 1.30 L.US
II tW.. rkiMliurudict ti II!.: L.: "':-_MM_ .gays....._M"-._. _.LY. 912 s m 512 pm Sold by City Pharmacy.Excursion .
... d **nm M IW rim&wnrtf -. Lr..::,..: ...........M1I&0._.__ .....-1. A...
r .41 it y $.w. < ..4.Mtt,.M4.....MM P'M' [) .;:!.,., !'rl. U SDOpm MAYO and ALTON
lit..,. "" W IM,.*... Injunction. juo !r._ _._AltoJI.- .._Ly. ,
*_ __ _.. .......... u ktcbri41 "" '; LI..::;: ;" ... .\I&on.........MU-. "........... 4 4 X 45 p m -
i'f t"n .. the ee ie U I I I ,
.. Iat..4eew4+rar a 1M e\rftit\ court rd t !-f Ar.- :..,._.......___.....Mayo....., _-. .-Lv. 105 pm ATLANTIC COAST ij I lI LINT f FIt. and Pass FIt: and PUll I Passenger STATIONS. lFrt and PaM Frt and Pass'I' r
pomd :
t5C....away-.-...Mtept_ t 4 1 LIT \.... ),(a'o._......._.M..... .......Ar. 910-a m 400 pm Daily No. T Sun. No. II Sun 'No. lL I No. 8 i No. 111 14
Sunday Duly
ex Daily Only Sna
ex ex Dilly
tbtn ttell badx terns 1 ; sabi ::1.5 ex Sua'Sunday... Only
.. ,..,. i, D.q L' .- San P.dra__.." "....".. "Ar. 9 0 a m a 40 A. Me P-W.- P. Me A. !tL. P. M. --A:.ii---
.... 'j n.r. Pall u fa tsSw I < iYt: rJ! ,. 1.11 Leave Leave Leave Amve .
r flWMRtfHkfeMI- m ftMttnhfff WB9 PIUUI be ..,'.". ....,...._.....Sa1tRoad".M. .___.Lv. 8 51.. m a 38 pm Rates 9.00 UO 5.10 DowlillK Park 8.177. Ai30 Ar8
Uptrii ... Mttfinnedbr till S- 9 Z 9.10 4.40 5.22 !Mayo Junction 'l.68 3..20 8."
fttfl_ qd, WXfM4 ...MIk'e ft*four fan. litsi J;IL .__..._.A k:1d.: ._._.- Y. 8 40 am 255! P ID 9.23 -sa SoU' Clark 7.41 3.10 8.33
.. law. 9.38 5.03 5.44 Peterson US 3.00 8.23I
a I.e'a' by
... s
$'.BI-'> JnWW 44 AI .A.a.e. via- la tai l 1c.. !. ..-.:,._"""." _Charlton....."".""_....Lv. 833.m 240pmit. I ROUND TRIP 10.00 a' 5.30 ra 5.56 I Mao I 7.20 I 2.48 I a 8.11
.,...Rai BPUB InfcrnmOM w* .. 3.9 Ar 1010 Ar 5.40 I Ai' 6.02 Alton Ly 1.110 Lv .38 LY 8.00
,48 att rM E to A .. --.Keene.___.....__.Lv. FROM JACKSONVILLE.
k II. Pweeeutug '' 823. m t 20 pm Regular stop. Connection msae at Dowling Park for all trains to'Dd from Live Oak and Perry
ford4w $
cr" jai d t.. Flreaat court = 3.0 For information to connections with other lines,
..... = ...,.._ triable ia 1M f.! es 1.8Lt.. ,__ Fenho 6 way... .__.....Lr. 81 a m 210 pm 'phone 147 Lewin Building. Live Oak. 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent
1 @t Wr1 ., -Hot Springs Ark. sale
; a f. !,..tM 1I11dllli of acb jUh '. $38.40 on
sae__t .".....,.ei.ri. ...u d summit,baI b'c! tile ltd! Jf'" ','....,.....w ..."M.'_.Denmark 3.3 _.._.'.....___Lv. 8 08 am 131 pm daily; limit ninety days. THOMAS DOWLING. President. R. P. H PKINS General Passenger Agent

1Ht.......4l..,.. II fWrUrk' of Aid! m s! !is f!' 1s._._ _."_"".."" ... ..._............_........__,Lv. 8 00 a m 120 p mar7eteohoneStataa 17.65 Memphis, Tenu., on sale Oct ---

4N4 .... ....... of r'-. ober 15, 16, 17, 18; limit

f1 MII&f lr !.w rc, Tb.hag ,.udE d ((0 Flax Station (r) Register (g) Regular StoP. (a) October 31. Extension, November SEABOARDAir
... M u.. efecatir e .A. 'T' : T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent. 30.$10.35Atlanta .
: M.I ..... ...'s _, Geaaal Agent
.... IlL rvlrl ofcr ::;-. ,'r sale October
+ ... .ht ebwa I. tbtcIJcll l Ga. on
-. ,....r, ...... ..'M court vl red ,. -. 9,10; limit October 20. Line RailwayFor
... I ......... COlIna IN
M -.w Mea! ibaIl u ; Extension to October 30.

,",, :..? b. .irehw,_ 'M..ewaty euurt ncwL fa dcalf tMea4 t Lkt1c COAST LINE $10.35-Atlanta, Ga., on sale October Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pines, Raleigh.

... .e
..i .vie u. btwa lV\'idlllC f oIfCQUJlfI 19. 20, 21, 22; limit
+ t...iW rtfturt scum of onGfI ''-.'>.- leaving Atlanta October 30. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York
.._ county
wrt ( snaMr jail
...... :&:; \II..w tia florida Extension to November 15.
W---1-I. ....., K .t ...,ether .. Georgia Alabama
"""t#-__ 11& ... a. ...!.. Mews erut dt tanII'II' $10.85-\tlanta. Ga., on sale October Three Elegant Trains Difly:
_, ... dull calAM Ie /
,44 Art
f Iiff'
"""* _. 12, 17 limit October
m1411 ;
.... "- .' Carolina and .' ,'.
.. 23.$13.20BlrmIngham.
: '
:.,..IM_ .-" b ...,Itr Io or"

'i." ... sr.U.4ee.a.swat'.coon'. &of'Cwab"I a:...-' .._ ;;U, :South Carolina. Ala., on sale | SEABOARD EXPRESS"t

.. w .. t .1uM of iIIts'' October 14, 15; limit leav- SEABOARD MAIL
M UM wrmit avert dpLl '" .
'_\ r. tn.. hpnonwt. catty aDCJiIIIr F ing Birmingham October 21.
; ,... 1.rl+dktpm tI.. > ..
apltlru. ... ill ,... coort Extension to November 21. MODERN PULLMAN
Z4t ... .111. it ; EQUIPMENT.
feb y Jjie{ : Great
: .1 te.virllua or 1.iI 0 Highway of Travel from
,... ....1'e ur' : d $ 7.7o-. Macon, Ga., on sale Xovem- The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the

"i; .' e 1M ,*.,u11 j ";;-:: ber 11 to 17, inclusive; Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine only Daily Jacksonvilleand Solid Pullman

-Mt U ......., : Ea limit November 20. ,
a tJ W6St. South.It '
41it. .sr6't .......p Super: .. till Nora New York via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augus-

,, ?.... tw pte.etat ear Nk Y N e ; ---- ; 11.25 Montgomery, Ala., on sale tine 12:10: P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays.
c ,.. Orn" -' '" October 20, 22, 23, 24, 25.
......." ..... "!< !I.nn -
-. =fI .., ; :..: ,30 THE EAST THE FAMOUStNDWEST 26; limit October 29. ONLY LINE
-<7.. ... _! -- 1

Aavau ItUlid $25.50-8t Louis, Mo., on sale October Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.
.-. ..ndnwll''' >> 'i, INDIA I 14, 15; limit leaving Fur:tuU information an'1 sl"''p-T tt'scn-ntl(' call
.. 1M J
.u.e ihaIw
St. Louis October 20.
... M bwW aarto !t III on any agent of Seaboard or writeS.
..t4 .. ... ...... .r th.S\ItI ar f". NEW YORK EXPRESS. tension to October 30.. C. BOYLSTON JR.,

$ A 't.--.u. ill'"..kUt f.rat h dS .... -" -- $32.8G-Uulfalo. X. Y., on sale October Assistant General Passenger Agent.
........,. 'y tr&bf JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
H.ttoa: ..... 10. 11. 12; limit leaving
.. -
w e.sleite'Ie-..6n .'" a'a \III {T MONTGOMERY ROUTE; AND "DIXIE FLY*: Buffalo October 19.$17.55GuUport .. -- .
.... ....... Md IQI'
; .... ttyaa ,1M4r r vt.-.t: NOTICE OP SALE 1 the indebtedness cf said will
...... ilk! ,,....... ........ .11 be P'. < : ER" VIA ATLANTA. Miss* on sale Xov. estate ,
,. sswnl wa" "UIb ppull.w w. -, : ember 12, 13; limit Novem- Notice is hereby given that under on Monday the first day of October

E"'-.:f ....xste.. .4 L.... ;....,!silk" eI boa '... "';:\.. ber 28. and by virtue of an order issuingout A., D. 1906, between the legal hoursof

:: of the court of the County Judge, sale of said day and at the front
"- -tea ...... '" .-.. 1 t.. ,m mss\III- :, ; AND' THROUGH COACHES ON ALLTRAINS. $19.60-Xew Orleans, La., on sale
i ....,...... ed Nalsetun .... .nlatoPtII ( October 12, 15 limit in and for Suwannee county, FlorIda door of the court house in Suwannee
iIIa.baII ; Oct-
F t k.'abii! ..). s.. -,..ea.* ./art .wt,, b.e.n".......!. ..ptetr4 rA.-. a{pine mileage books, good to all points, via .al 11] ober 30. Extension to November dated the 31st day of August, county Fla., bid off and sell at pub
.rp.. ...... .
t < ? he -.lIIIfL'1" lie out-cry to the bidder
A. D. highest
1906. and
1 : .... .......w.'W. ttll wt-as Washington, 'and as far West" as St. Louis 30. wherebythe
-1 ;::::....,- t.eoIt 0111"e;II 'JiJ undersigned as administrator of therefor for cash, the following described 1
'_ --I t;. ... :: w Orleans; rates $25,00. Excursion rates to other points.
..>'. > "'" _....... '" 1M ea.ttpl'l cbI J.' '... ..rt the estate of J, A.. Adams late of land or so much thereof asmay
i 4 o.-a. OI..... frOIIJ INSULT Limits schedules, Pullman accommodations = Suwannee Florida be necessary to pay the Indebtedness -
........tI u..t.t .M THE .Pfull.information fOLDER. county!
T ... -4 C.-.1 po1 wi P' and all detailed information was authorized to make sale of so of the aforesaid estate to-wit:

.1 44 att+"'ru"au ca v. + "u" -. regarding ratesPullmanreservacaU to above and other points much of the real estate of said: decedent :- .The W % of the.JJW % of section

{' 'Z. .......,. ...M tw rarorid'dp .. ;; on your nearest ticket agent or-write cheerfully given on application, either as may'be necessary to satisfy eight ((8), in Township four ((4),
+ ,
e. tncm ...Stattilf1W' _.... N, Dist. Pass. in person or by mail to the indebtedness said estate. south of Range fifteen ((15) east. lying -
r ... ........,b+: Agent, 133 W: Bay St., Jacksonville FJa.r .
j> _............ ..41..t Jia ..... Pass. Agent, 138. W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. FRANK C. BOYLSTOX, J. H. Wetherington. as 1'1 and being situate the county of

> .... .t .." ..6td.w aCot. SS Traffic Manager' Genera! Offices, Wilmington N. G. District Passenger Agent of the estate of the said J. A. Suwannee and state of Florida.J. .

U. Cu'sJ ...: : Agent, Geaeral Offices. Wilmington, N. C. .....-*. [ 138 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. deceased, fl'- *ue purpose of ) H. WBTHER1XOTO.V..

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'.(', ,:ynil!OAK; ,'FLORIBAvEID.T.S_ A.rt"8EPrE.\fR1ia. '.c"..,,"1 -, .',.," -..". .'., .a.. _, ,_ :: j.. 0-,....-,"-, .Jil:c:'l ..Jil.!.!!! .,;:.

LIVE 'a ,{'DAILY DElOCRiTjrmt .. .. .. .O preiteecagd:'A TRUISH'd1'PLt; contenpQrt, Yy the ]longer General defer:AlbertuGllchrst triumphal: .need return_,not I 'a* V,.Oh s-1 V..y.. : l ;i.i n.w --.;', '. r't':; ': t X"' }t1J'll'-' __ .-..'..

Pensacola News, !-terms of mixed i to the shores of Florid* from Ali tour o-,.. : .. .'

rUELISHED AFTERNOON r compliment and Tebuie,. ;deplores- a ::1 af foreign lands: ,Mr..Bryan has dos -t, r ::: ,) :; ,
EXCEPT SUNDAY. below the 'western.horizon ,.: : { :t.toJj 1 '- '" ';.... --'" ..... .. < '
..-- ..... .- ... .., recent paragraph in4h .1 ippeared '7 "". ,.,, ;, -. ,,. i
J. P., SHERWOOD, Editor and Mgr' which'in substance that if: 1 ind his presence' cannot divert public ,,, -"fAY :.IfPOif J$ SVW.wJU 1Mi", :':'C4 -.;' ....

rich ,old ,:Mr&.'Thaw had petted and 1 attention from the home-coming of \ > If'II LIft
South Florida's eloquent.and avowed iineral Sptingsr..ut 1 aft ,1,; ,
THE LITE Oil PUBUSHUG l C01PA1T. Indulged her son Harry less during -' k.tIfih. '

the formative: period of his life and c ,I:andidate- for. the, tenancy of, the new GOOD TABLE. -. '-,: .." ..... ,
-- taught him self-restraint.' he might ]Mansion up at. The WATER nr.Kvnv ROCMI : 8O\VUNQ 4.UOTL; Ei LiAaD-. -i ;"'. c;

Entered at the J post-office. Live; not now be breaking her' heart ,by ]psychological? moment is not to be PHONE CONNECTIONS."WELL EQUIPPED STABLES, SHAOy PAiN LL.IaJI : x? : #

Oak, Florida as; Second' Class .Mail the disgraceful and terrible plight; .iespised in matters of this character. ... of + c, gil zz.

Matter November 7, ,1905.. !la which he finds himself. That seemso RATES irdASON BL f7Q f FFt: =EC rt I --
Jelks. of Alabama the >
: us the conservative statement of Governor .

':lIE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be an Incontestable truth, but the News country editor who is ,said to have t flRJCttOTEL-"DOWSING rffR t F LO<< & t .....
mailed to of the United ADSRESS .. ..
any thinks it cruel and wants to knoW' J made one of the best governors that :::;

States, postage prepaid, for $5.00: "what has wisdom to do with the 1 state ever had in discussing the race -- .

per year; $2.50 for: six months: love of a mother for her son" It has ]riot in Atlanta, puts the whole truth E of Prrtr .. it '.

$1.25 for three months or a great deal to do or at least it 'with extraordinary force and clear Live Oak M'f'g -; 0 this f n

50 cents for five weeks, in advance. should have and when it doesn't it :ness in this brief paragraph whichIs ..

Delivered to any part of the city is practically sure that the "old : the condensed form of what the a of Boshtysterdayon

by carrier for 10 cents per week. Adam" in the son will make that Democrat said on the subject yester- Manufacturers of ,1 bsof

mother's heart ache sooner or laterin

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.. a large proportion of cases. ThereIs day."The two races can never get along Lumber Shingles, Ice, Electric Labs CItyetor

perhaps not one this until there is understanding on the a few Bonn this

for Member of Congress District: 2nd Coujressional country which will not furnish part of both to make common cause Power and Turpentine.Electric'Lights .1 iASe

FRANK CLARK of.Columbia.For 'abundant testimony to confirm this with the law bldll1g against criminals "'... --- >-
Justice! the Supreme Court; : that of a mother for her child, would of any color." in any'-part'of the' city furnished fort ;:, ;:at the Rot1yxtQ'm

lUcttnbU. statement. Undisciplined love even ; the cUt Uh
JAMES B.WHITFIELD. of Leon. hardly seem to be the kiad to be Some of the cities, are enacting oriusiness:! Houses at a very:.reasonable,rate. Eleetrk' WI

fFor Railroad Commissioner productive of the best results and laws f in regard to. the height .of,skyscrapers day and night current-for manufacturing purposes./ _-E -

NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy.R. surely'wisdom must be the mental and perhaps it might be Wholesale and retail Iceoutf City orders harers t5;the Cit1 Beata'eu1I _

HUDSON BURR of Dsde. output provided by the Almighty to well for these same"'cities, and 'some ". xhite rutaurul It

Al For Member House of!Representative: furnish the discipline. We had others' in the interest of public tiwi. and all orders promptly filled. ; i-".

W,. R. DORJIAN thought It a truism that a woman upon safety to pass an ordinance regulating -" ". F '\ -- ... .......
: '
W.H.MCCLELLAN.For the solemn the of headlines in the nl1bearthe'ctinstanrtttmof llterbll fr '1darPthg":'G' ; lM ""
; whom bad come responsibility height sh business !- JL F Alrta went to I ftlt ,..,

Tai Asseaaor I of motherhood had need dally press It is now conceded that "fronrstra suss tbein>iirly/wrlfes 'nyf atzj .""' ujfromt'uselets lest_ ".. afternoon .. a **** .... 11. '

-- "At D.HEMMING.I Yor l"r4htghelrtntelllgence! "InshapiM = the scarce-heads in some of the At. arrival and departure trains p uld ... *
MM MBIM B* dipis Jfct I t P-
Tax Collector the character and guiding the del lanta papers directly and largely con-
I 1 "r 'for see the numerous business! > 'solw eMMof tu
1 t lJ i -: J.N. MEEK3i''' i- < velopment ,of Jthe ;.J>l tic little/creature tributed to inflaming the public senti and pleasant homes the immense eat, and iny nerves eet Co.--". High 8prings. sp.rld

For Cuinty Treasurer committed to her keeping but ment' in the city which brought on mills, the shops of the baker, the I could, not. sleep;, and of hoary la Lire Oak fef--ry _

a B. LORD. .; If the News Is right, she needs only the reign of anarchy last Saturday.We tailor shoemaker and barber, and was given up to die wailSfe 1 \ ; ''to'I, ", t. ...

For Member of Scluwl Baud: ; the unreasoning instinct of material I want'no yellow Journalism in the I realize that all thIs Is the legitimate try Electric Bitters; wltijffi P'I it"' <, '. .. ,'

M. A.ADAMS.R. lone, for says our contemporary South Newspaper headlines are I fruit of the strenuous life Yet these ful result that ImproTeasj 't. Blankenship, of Afdsata. .... "

M. CARVER "what has wisdom to do with the love the potent modern agencies in lilt g
among are facts at Dowling Park. A large at once and a complete eras it the City this woralit IWlii.I .

.< ER-WISE. of a mother for her son?" No no, the 'I working on the nervous system of the force of, carpenters have been contin- ed.", Best health Ton! ,::_

For Member Baud County Commissioner:: theory of the News will never do. for people and crystalizing public sentiment uously at work during the year, yet 50c. Guaranteed ty &; .. -

M.J.L.C.BURNETT DAVIS.: It implies an abandonment of the aad the headline writer needsto there is not a vacant house today,'I I Groover, druggists.A I hhauce I ..4 .4IJlI "I a: ew 9ItSifi :: .

; J. H. GRANT.W. very fundamental safeguards of be a wise and conservative citizenas but more than a dozen applications j < | ia the city yesUr&r fW t.], .. 4 Ii.&. .

A. TISON. society by releasing the mother from well as a skillful artist. waiting for the first chance to rent Bethrothal tim, I ......,..

l JJ.DEMPSEY. her obligation to seek the highest i I a house. I ,--.-.. .haoIuIME '1 -.. i

wisdom of her mind no less than the ,' Tom Dlxons "Clansman" baa struck Dr. Bryan's new house which is ,receiving -',, Following a custom \\btt 1 Lo'dr1. or V&G4 wes 1 1a

Atlanta loves notoriety but she's deepest love of her heart in bringing hard lines. It' has been barred by the finishing touches, has been .as the Jewish religion andi'a city yesterday and ml****** .. .... ..

getting'more of it just now than she up her boy to be a good and useful municipal ordinance from several rented to Mr. Dennard. whose familyis and beautiful as it is old.this! Ethel :', g| feia Q

really cares for man. Happily for us all and the I Southern cities Including Montgomery living in Live Oak. 'of Miss Bessie Ruteasteiajj' ..

future of our country the land is full i Ala., and Macon Ga. The in Mr. C. T. Shelton has given con. at the home of Mr and}<[Irt,I },Etter, pf r.Rt"I,14. tltb r -

'The man who his loses of mothers who want no release from flamed state of public mind on the tract to Mr. G. C Picket for the construction ensteln. last night for the pup; fc e city yesterday and s

his head at the same time and by such obligations and in daily and negro question resulting from the of a neat residence opposite witnessing her betrothal! to fc.,, EtheL F

the same process! and when he has II nightly prayers to God they 'are seeking ;trouble in Atlanta is responsible for f the west side of the county .Lazarus of Quitman Ga. r./ !j .. t

lost his head, he is obviously not in wisdom to discharge rightly the this action, as the play strongly appeals school.. This prospective home has The Rubenstein home 11 ta&i. ; ,?, Dowliag ,of the Lath tom'' ... -=

good shape to ,talk or act with good; 'arduous duties,of the motherhood imposed to race prejudice, by, revivingthe already been; secured by Mr, Maddox ern part of the city wu tea in Oak for a short tim ,...... ... _-
upon them. We referred to memories of the hated reconstruion of who has decided to becomea
sense.. I Mayo : decorated with evergreens IIII ifieraooa. I.. 4 ,
the Thaw case because the rash action era. "Uncle Tom's Cabin," another '
I of the Park. era for the occasion.and .press i---- .. 1 -
If Mr. Taft succeeds in patchingup of the son had made that case in all race drama that has done much Prof. Davis of Day visits the town I most attractive appeamw Js ,11 BasW r a IIr> ml.t..l k."'"
its bearings,, the property of the harm in miseducating the rural districts l
a peace down in Cuba that will occasionally anxiously looking for I:occasion so fitting and a tern >tAlton la tU tilt \ *
and we are permittedto at the North, well in its 'afcernooaV'A
surely as as
public the of his dwelling BJJ i
hold until the nexf National Republican completion two-story important Songs were I ..
Convention it will\ undoubtedlybull learn lessons and draw instruction I effect on; Southern: ; (negroes, :should I on Delaware avenue, intendingto I music furnished by Mica ldaZh{ !!I II .J--

his stock ,as,an aspirant for the,, and take warnings from the tragedies j also 'be' barred from the, stage allover take possession at the earliest I ensteln and little Bessie! Fie*..!, k. C. A. HTdee/i baby ..W 5B |AfcU4 =*-
of life that within our knowl- the country. Barn-stormers '
presidential\ nomination and give hima come' t ; are moment possible. The beauty of the l witnesses to the bethrothil' Quite ilk, i$? w. :are W lsiw *.
edge. It wouht indeed ,liean iron harmless rule but in
clear lead of Root. Shaw Cannon ., I enough as a Park scenery, the freedom from ma- 'j r Messrs. W. Surasky and JE* 1p1prQ>tipg; 0;
heart that would withhold its sympathy -. the present state of public'sentiment ,I i iI
and Fairbanks.The I Maria and insect pests are a great at- of our prominent business B5 i ir .
from the old mother of such these can'do I .... *"
two the
poor I 'plays as traction to refined natures and lovers J,r Miss Bessie is an attract! .,H. Lovter, the popular j.*..$.] .
the reckless prisoner in the Tombs, work of firebrands. '
recent excursion through the of home comforts.. i I.lady the daughter of Mr. ui t down to Lake City to take a taw :
but none the less, for the general .
Everglades section from Fort Myers i The care being exercised by the ,. C. Rubenstein he belnLoact seeded rest '
v good should we all take to heart the What He Missed.An 1, a tiirska
made at least one convert to Gover- Suwannee County School Board in :largest merchants in Lite 0111
obvious lesson, in this case told too elderly who had : tedeas
woman during
nor Broward's drainage scheme. disbursing the public funds should I Lazarus is a brother to 1t.Li Speer, a prominent tltt.a .< .
plainly in the unbridled passionsand the course of a somewhat eventfullife ..
Judge Syd L Carter.,, of.Gainesville, soon convert the present indebtedness a merchant of this city, ana ; j Ga., was among the tWo
desires the ungoverned self-in- : buried four
who was on the excursion returns husbands encountered of the school fund into a sur self a successful business isQuitman. |i to Live Oak yesterday,
dulgence of the son at the gates of the,cemetery where I >St.M o
fill of enthusiasm and may be count- plus. Getting a hundred and fifty i i Ga. ., _
they reposed an old but timid lover ... t
ed on as'a drainage supporter from BISHOP per cent on an investment is regarded i i The marriage ceremony i* !. H. Touchstone a sac******* .
POINTER SCOTT. she had not seen for years. She took .
now,on. as high financiering even in this solemnized on January 15. Uf 1064 business, mm, was ta the I
Down in Tampa last Monday the him inside and showed him, not with- tat
town of colossal transactions. The Those present on this for a short time yesterday.
colored people listened to an addressby out a feeling of pride the well kept I I Ji* ... .iti
of Russell Board gives $800 for a school were Messrs.,Nathan, Abe,
The nephews and nieces the' negro Bishop Scott, of the tombstones of her former lords and buUd'I I m ... +..I.4 .
Sage backed down In that little ing the Dowling Company 'I,Alex. W. Surasky Misses Mattie Oliver aa atlriMM.
I African Methodist; church, who has masters "Ah James she remarked
the man's $1,000 in land and the community is becca and Katie Sorasy.lJ. :'t lady of Wellborn was I la ** .
matter of contesting old
in Africa where he I I .
been over picked up feelingly "you might have been 1LBelvenshn
will after Mrs. Sage agreed to I required to furnish the school with, and family M. Orkin and 1&*, le&erdaf for a few bo.,..
t some useful information about race lying there today if you had only hada I l iM.I .. <
made'for themin desks worth about $300; and pupilsto Lazarus mother and family : !
doublethe provision
progress there. Sensible negroes listening little more courage-London! Tri-1 i.. e"I
the will. But they have made a I I occupy the desks which will cost- I Maggie Holmes. ,:' i, of the firm of f fHehenston .

sorry mess of it,.after all, for it Is I some, to new him'and went better away ideas with about perhaps the bune. whew! that's top. large; proposition I l The occasion was a triad! ** ,:t cam over KtfII.II....... .

pretty sure now that IJrs Sage will for me. What the chidren cost, what r sive and enjoyable one. .Dd itCitr this morning oa beolaow. -.
: indebtedness,of.'their'' race to thewhite WELL WORTH TRYING. I to i esa ... '
forget their existence when he comes Smith and!' Brown's,kids are worth at freshments were servfd f .
in this'country and its I
to ,make her own\ will.< -- almost people Irresistible tendency to revert W. H. Brown the popular pension their estimate-and the market I manner at a late hour a 1 theilt }ir W. Surukr hat bees ttrkt f

attorney of' Pittsfield Vt, says: Quotation on the crud|,article cover, thoroughly enjo ecL k for the past few day. its i. .*
Mr. Bryan lias n oW finished his to senceof barbarism"the; but superior for the race.saving Bishop pre- "Next to a pension the best thing to such a wide range that it takes a lifetime i i t *- : f W4 to say ihe it Improi leg wwJ. ... ___*

get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He to prove which is right., We are i Zia *
tour of the Southland; IIrth; Scott?said jtmocg, other,,things; I Dissolution.The Senator ..... '..,. '
writes: "they keep my family In entirely clear on one point however !
that we l Ptatak lrad
Br-ai DemocriU a
same old U0f the A nerlc n''negroes who I I Mand ..
splendid health." Quick cure, for f which is that regardless"costi'the i \ '. :;: lIlereh&nt busiseu aai K .. .
were before he came., We were gladto I went to Liberia, several years ago. copartnership bey E .....
have bunt but we didn't need him I about 25,000 with their children Headache Constipation and Bilious'little darling shall Ijaye} ever y needed unt9s lathe lily tWe aws.k ..
ness. 25c. Guaranteed at Barclay facility :-to 'secure aV: education and' hUng I between, CHair! j
to keep us.solid in the Bryan column. still live there and while strenuous ; JL. L Humphreys under}: : \ : ".
& Groover's drug store. ge.ta; fair/start in Htejs great < %
Welt| take him with or without,gov- efforts are being made to .keep them Contest name of' Florida >oveltf'W! M..

ernment ownership, for we've got within the pales of civilized citizen-i PROGRESS. dissolved A. L. 11 4: Power are telt.i a
DOIXGS AT DOWLIXG PARK. this day : l of Red atrsrw'aAla
common sense enough to know that ship, their continued tendency is to go retiring. C. E. lIumphreJl grad nra..a "

that question will not be a vital issue back to savagery among the native Items of General'Interest About This STARVING. TO" DEATH. tinue the business assutsi 'J teat. per pou4. ..........; .. _

for many years to comeperhapsnever. tribes and as through their superior ; '
,.I Popular Resort. 'Because her stomach was so.weak- \>>Uities.and collectingI if

intelligence over the natives they I Good patronage of a hotel means ened by useless drugging that she ",E.QYR_,, lot -
are given important positions in these I .. gron'ree fru.a ........ : :
could net eat, Mrs. 1. HlI'XP1P' .
hard work for manager and servants Mary H. Walters r A. .ft'I and
The-Texas Democracy has instructed tribes it is very difficult for the mis- cd a tLa... .. tit
but continuous good service is what I II 'lof St. Clair St.. Columbus 0. 1906.
himself I was :I September 21, '- hand palate
to succeed ] t. .
for Joe Bailey sions to prevent them from abandoning te.
I accounts for the daily presence of a I ffeahcij .. rt
In the Senate and the petty war now civilization and taking up life -- t one.
housefull of happy guests at the Park
being made on him out there by so- the natives." -
among savage
Hotel The shady walks, the cool, CI C. Rnbenet .- -
called Democrats trying to organizean I E. A. CRAWFORD & a reiua.. (dare
The first session of the Universityof restful seats and charming scenery ire last >9-
to defeat him beforethe Dllltt _hea
opposition lilt to.- ..
I the ....
the fine baths and '
Legislature will come to nothing. A Florida in its new home in Gaines- healthgivingspring past week tie t..wi II...,
strong and positive man like Bailey ville begins today, and it is the heart- water are potent factors but -----= BROKERSCOTTON = hit.. Goldman tf *.

felt hope of every friend of higher,would fall far short of a happy com-
is sure to make enemies, and these !
latter, egged on by Republicans are education in the State that the open-1 pleteness without three square meals STOCKS AND GRAD -, SQ7ffiosr. .w fe ... .-

now revamping the old and fully disproved ing of the session marks the beginning !1I I la day and a clean restful bed at C IODie time at 0&.... hn

charges that the Texas Senator of an era of steady and rapid night, but such is the combination I t- tk. city J ler4a >teA hs M<

in the of the Stand- growth that will make the institution that draws and holds the wise of' will ., at Huti. eai
has been pay '' We have at investment which : .
and is privately and In due season one of the great schoolsof our country at Dowling Park.. an -
ard Oil Company, -
What would a resident of one of, yield from 10 to month 4 ...
Abundant 30
professionally intimate, with the corporation the South. patronagefrom I per cent per : a or ronsiit .. .e .
the people of Florida will surely those semi-centinary, Rip-an Winkle risk rtJ llttiu .
he is publicly and political- capital invested with practically no Ult itt... a,
do the work for the unlversityjs In towns that have not built a new or .

".1.1'end'deny hp i\ Bailevi9,laugh.a ryall!. fltitbe right: r inch good ba.a4trthat s it will, promptly i.t house'during the recollection of the See us', about it. '1 < BaifiS' "Sir p

nOW 'seeking dfs-. pond ttb eye.rx/deIU cifiaWU n rising:: generation think! "of"this Su- :.. .....- .
impotent credit him malice with his own people. lit. (wannee county, "yearling" ''If 'he, : Correspondents;V. R.-Randolph;'& Co. Capital.ft t. 1,1 ".'-1 ...t .


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B&iliJ.rft.. '>. ...,. ;..,' ..
4, .L i'E I OAK;'FL. \\'ED.U8DAr'SEI'T&V- .. : -"" :: ;!, N _. .-

t ........ .........ov r .aN II._t.r._ .W&__>_>W'... .a-: ...t fa _
Ai6ttreitee.m4C TIICI8M'APPLII I1. General Albert, Gllcbrfsl.need_ notlonger I ..- '.. .1J
LIVEOAKDAILYDEMOCWT the defer Us..triumphal return i'-.
... ,' :: cq" tedporagE 1 -.i"pi .
w the"shQrel ot Florid from his tour: D O1Wbi Nfl >
Pensacola News, in terms of mixed to 1 Jrr"L
rUBLISHEn.xvnt.AJ"IDNOON.. and' 'rebuke .deplores a of foreign lands. Mr..Bf1&n haajlis-. : < '
compliment <
EXCEPT. SUNDAY. below the ,western,horizon I ;:J, r 1.V. t ,1. )..,1 --Ili =
;- _._ ,' -- ....... ,recent paragraph 'appeared \: il i-
J. P. SHERWOOD. Editor and. Mgr. which,, we:stated,in substance that if' and his presence cannot divert public -WAY DfiWI WO*, .WC SrWtttt E B* Ht- : -" ... -. !

rich old ,Mrs-'Thaw had petted and attention from ''It: ? 'home-coming of rilRineral f : :. tf' 1{ r I u
and avowed / Springs and : .= --< -
Florlda'i 1
THE LIVE Oil PUBUSHIIS COMPABT. indulged her son Harry less during South eloquent } '_' lr ,"

i the formative'period: of his ,life and candidate. for. the tenancy of the new HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD' ;:, ;,' 1'1.;:: \.: .. -

-- taught him self-restraint,. he might Mansion up, at Tallahassee. The WATER EVERY : BOWLH AUi.Y3U elltl.uaI' "i-- :: '- "T
Entered at the post-office., Lire moment is not to be :;.
not now be breaking her heart by psychological PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAi1tRATES"'REASOtVABLE i .

Oak, Florida as, Second. Class Mall the disgraceful and terrible plight despised in matters of this character x' f ; ; .. a. .

Matter, November 7, 1905. in which he finds himself.. That seems :t.S:U te11:iJ- ::' -

to us the conservative statement of Governor jelks. o( Alabama, the ....,,-

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be an incontestable truth, but the News country editor who is said to have tKflOTEi/ t.'DOWbING PI1ft(. FLOM< mailed to of the United that ADDRESS .
. any part thinks it cruel and wants to know made one of the best governors ..t j- '. ,.
States postage prepaid, for $5.00 "what has wisdom to do with the state ever had in discussing the race ........- -:

per year; $2.50 for six months: love of a mother for her son" It hasa riot in Atlanta puts the whole truth ei ,

$I.U for three months, or great deal to do or at least it with extraordinary force and clearness Live Oak M'f'g. = Oak tWt r .

50 cents for five weeks in advance.I should have and when it doesn't it in this brief paragraph whichis -' "'."'

Delivered to any part of the city is practically sure that the "old the condensed form of what the ; ef Js;... .. ..
by carrier for 10 cents per week. Adam" in the son will make that Democrat said on the subject yester- Manufacturers of ;I- .. t.l .1I __

mother's heart 'ache sooner or laterin flttltl. -- __-,. .. .
DLMOCRATIC NOMINEES. a large proportion of cases. Thereis day."The two races can never get along Lumber Shingles Ice, Electric: ; of Wt" ..
perhaps'not one community in this until there is understanding .on the a ft" ..... .. ... 1'--:, ""

for Member of Congress.District; 2nd CoDaTeuiollaJ country which will not furnish part of both to make common cause Power and Turpentine! for :@ :

FRANK CLARK of Columbia.For abundant testimony to'contirm this with the lawabidiBg against criminals ,- --- .' ...

Justice of the Supreme Court: that of a mother for her child would of. any color." ectric'Lights in any part of the city furnished f ;, w" of 'M Q ...;. "E'ta 1.:.

CHAS. B. PARJUKLL of EaeambU. statement. Undisciplined love even !:.u t>ts +dtI tat ...
JAMES B.WHITFIELD. of Leon. hardly seem to be the kiad to be Some of the cities are enacting or3usiness: Houses at a very reasonable rate.. EJeet. l { Ck,

1 for luUroad Commiaaloner productive of the best results and laws in regard to. the height of. skyscrapers dad and night current-for manufacturing purposes \f"!'" l -- .. 1R

NEWTON A. BUTCH of Lery.R. surely wisdom must be the mental and perhaps it might be \ Wholesale and retail Ice-out f City orders have aPitfl lie. al thl CiS ..
.HVDSQN BURS, of P de. output provided by the Almighty to well for theile'same'cltles. and some _.c' whit rutaarul II i eAlrtk -

For Member House of RepresenUtSvea: furnish the discipline. We had others in the interest of public thin and all orders promptly filled "'I ; lJ \

W. R. DORMAN. thought a truism ,that a woman upon safety. to pass an ordinance regulat-- < .' .. I ', .. f. -- .............. --- .
; Wt U. McCLELLAN. whom had come the solemn responsibility ing the height of headlines in the should hear thetonstanVbtfmtf business We'rtiirwrites '8tarvtng""L'p' r. writ I* S .... -

For Tu AaeeeaorAtDrUENMINO.; .. of motherhood had need daily press. It is now conceded that Msmr-to-sunu"the"hoarty '' : "M y eComac \ Ta t.I._. aneta0C8 as g ....." ..'

_,.- < ror nerHhIghesrntellIgence"In"shaping -- the scarce-heads in some of the At- arrival and departu/e ot trainscould/ fromuselejs'W drns h ti'1l'' p

r Tax CoBecton! I the character. and guiding the'dec lanta papers directly and largely contributed see the numerous business; .hpases. .
r '
"t L U r )for. N. KEEKS. .' i' f velopment ,of ;itheplastic; little creature to inflaming the public sentiment and pleasant homes the immense and my J nerves IO'I iCseQ of High 8pri I*. ******

For County Treasurer committed'to her keeping but in the city which brought on mills the shops of the baker the could not sleep; and Ji : la U,. Oak r ,_ $ 'r

a B. LOBT if th:?.News la ,right she needs only the reign of anarchy last Saturday.We tailor shoemaker and barber and was given up to die wail- 1;.', i : __

For Member Scot loot'Baud; the unreasoning Instinct of material want no yellow Journalism in the realize that all this Is the legitimatefruit .try Electric Bitters; 9tt9ttu' > *-

IA.ADAMS.. love, for says our contemporary, South. Newspaper headlines are of the strenuou"s life? Yet these ful result that ImproTeilii 'i k. Blankenship. of ****** ... wa -

.- H. M. CARVER. "what has,wisdom to do with the love among the potent modern agencies in are facts at Dowling Park. A large at once, and a complete NTS'; the city this 1D00tko. *** .tl t

E.R.W1SE. of a mother for her son?" No no, the working on the nervous system of the force of carpenters have been continuously ed." Best health Tonic:! ,

Far Member Bond County CommbuooeM: theory of the News will never do, for 'people and crystalizlng public sentiment at work during the year yet 50c. Guaranteed by ') ;' bV" ** .. t ... ...."

Bt J.I.C.BURNETT DAVIS. it implies an abandonment of the aad the headline writer needsto there is not a vacant house today,I: Groover, druggists. ncel and dag .. .. .

J. H. GRANT very fundamental safeguards of be a wise and conservative citizen but more than a dozen applications 1 were b the city ,...tdItr .

W. A. TISON. society by releasing the mother from as well as a skillful artist. waiting for the first chance to rent I A Bethroth&l ABBOU*! timer "Ii:" ..

; J.J.DEMPSEY. her obligation\ to seek the highest a house. I ._

wisdom of her mind no' less than the I Tom Dixons "Clansman" has struck Dr. Bryan's new house which is ,receiving I' Following a custom that [l1. 1'trr.! :;t D&wda.w "

Atlanta loves notoriety but she'sgetting deepest love of her heart in bringingup hard lines It has been barred by I the finishing touches, has been I as.the Jewish religion ando<< ja'dty yesterday aad nll.anl: Mi *-

more of it just now than she her boy to be a good and useful municipal ordinance from several I '
rented to Mr. Dennard whose family f and beautiful as it is ol ,tk! \ Ethel ._ f. 11<\ ** -
really cares for man. Happily for us all and the I in Live! Oak. of Miss Bessie Rubenstdtl -- .
'Montgom-ery 9** p--
future of our country the land Is full Mr. C. T. Shelton has given con I at the home of Mr. and JLal f LCart. ,at Riu.$4+ **.. .. **** *

The man who loses hiu temper, loses of mothers who want no release from flamed state of public mind on the tract to Mr. G. C. Picket for the con- enstein last night for.the jsj' city yesterday u4 rt M'. ,' e*

his head at the same time and by I such obligations, and in daily and negro question resulting from the struction of a neat residence opposite witnessing her betrothal to&' '>hheL

the same process, and when he has I nightly prayers to God they are seek- :: trouble in Atlanta is responsible for I the west side of the new county Lazarus, of Quitman, Ga. 11> f

lost his bead, he is obviously not In ing wisdom to discharge rightly the this action, as the play strongly appeals school. This prospective home has The Rubenstein home In ii Irs. F. Doxtingof tk* faUbjIi M .
he--- .
good shape to talk or act with good 'arduous duties of the motherhood imposed to race prejudice by revivingthe already been secured by Mr. Maddox. ern part of the city was lad [ite Oak for a sawt t*.t fHitternooa. __ ..

sense. upon them. We referred to'' memories of the hated reconstruion of Mayo who; has decided to becomea decorated with evergreens cii ..Af -,.
the Thaw case because the rash action era. "Uncle Tom's Cabin," another
I citizen of the Park. ;ers for the occasion and prep "** *- k
of the son'had made that case in all drama that has. done much :" :"
race Prof. Davis of visits the town JtI ii* l
It Mr. Taft succeeds in patchingup Day most attractive appe&ranct 2.Bcshbr a prowlac.t'bet
its bearings, the property of the harm in the
rural di.tricta
.a peace down in Cuba that will > occasionally anxiously looking for I occasion so fitting and a jsess Alton.t YU la tH f.* .,
public and surely we are permittedto at the North, as well as in its
hold until the'next'National Republican the completion of his two-story dwelling j 1 important. Songs wets n* 6ernooL ...
learn lessons and draw instructionand I effect Southern should I *
on [;negroes 1
convention_ it will\ undoubtedlybull on Delaware avenue intendingto music furnished by Miss Moa! .... +.
: his stock aspirant for the take warnings from the tragediesof j I also Abe barred from the I stage allover take possession at the earliest enstein and little Bessie Rat 1 a A Hsrd 'a hilt i4* ***, --

presidential nomination and give him life that come, within. .our' know ; the country. Barn-stormers are moment possible. The beauty of the [witnesses to the betirottii quit* snit, ts i wt fcw pM *| n. .-

a clear lead of Root Shaw, Cannon edge. It wouldindeed, ..bean iron I harmless enough as.rule. but: inI Park scenery, the freedom from malaria !1 Messrs. W. Surasky and J.!& b 9n.& t to4 ;
heart that would withhold its sym-. the present state of public sentiment '
and Fairbanks. I and Insect pests, are a great attraction 'of our prominent bushes* f
pathy from the poor old mother of such plays ;as these two 'do the !
: can to refined natures and loversof i Miss Bessie is an attract! .B. Levier, the popular |nm.n r ,
I I fc :;.-
the reckless prisoner in the Tombs work of firebrands.
The recent excursion through the home comforts.. I i lady, the daughter of MMri: _don to Lake Cl(7ttfclii .. _
but none the less, for the general; I
Everglades section from Fort Myers I The care being exercised by the C, Rubenstein, he being 0Ms (needed rest .
good should we all take to heart the What He Missed.An I I
made at least one convert to Governor t Suwannee County School Board in .: largest merchants in UTe OIl! f .
obvious lesson in this case told too
elderly who had
Broward's drainage scheme. woman during disbursing the public funds should 1 r I Lazarus is a brother to 1(.I* _A.. Bpser) a promlDftt -rrrr'Titiu .. ...,
in the
plainly unbridled passionsand the of somewhat eventful
Judge Syd L, Carter. ot.GaluesviHe, I course a soon convert the present indebtedness a merchant of this city, asii Ga., was am"( tt? tills
desires, the ungoverned self-in: II life buried four husbands
who was on the excursion, returns encountered of the school fund into a sur I self a successful business >V to UTe Oak yesterday.
dulgence of the son. at the gates of the cemetery where wry
fill of enthusiasm and may be counted plus. Getting a hundred and fifty i Quitman, Ga.
they reposed an old but timid lover .. o
on as a drainage supporter from per cent on an investment is regarded The marriage ceremony r1 .B. Touchstone, a ,..?. w-'
POINTER FROM BISHOP SCOTT. she had not seen for years. She took I 4 ..
now.ou. as high financiering even in this' solemnized on January li, Wi sta business man, was It 0ea
Down in Tampa last Monday the him inside and showed him, not with "' IIII!
I *i iI
town of colossal transactions. The i Those present on this i short time ye t f4sf.
colored people listened to an address out a feeling of pride, the well kept !r toe i s.
The nephews and nieces of Russell -:I Board gives $800 for a school build were Messrs. Nathan Abe J l
by the'negro Bishop Scott of the tombstones of her former lords and I aw *- ;
Sage backed down in that little I I ing, the Dowling Company gives over I Alex. W. Surasky Mlsse+ *sJ U,.)latuOUver. ant .*ii...Wf
African Methodist church who has I
i masters. "Ah, James she remarked
matter of contesting the old man's I $1,000 in land and the community is: becca and Katie SuraS.krttl f lady of Wellborn WM ta *.
been in Africa where he .
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over picked up feelingly, "you might have been I
will after Mrs. Sage agreed to t I required to furnish the school with and family, M. Orkin sad esterday for a few boon. sEehenston
some useful information about race lying there today If you had only hada I !I II l ..-. .
double'the provision made for them 'I desks worth about $300; 'and pupils Lazarus mother and famnfI : .
progress there. Sensible negroes list- little more courage! -London Tri I
in the will But they have made at I him Ito occupy the desks, which will cost- I Maggie Holmes of the firm ef **.U'
to went with
away perhapssome bune. rte''">
sorry mess of it.after all for it Is new-and.better ideas about the whew! that's'top. large a 'proposition I i The occasion was a >aa k* HelTenston, cam. covet Hd! .,.. srt

pretty sure now .that, Mrs, Sage will indebtedness of, their1 race to the WELL WORTH for me. What the children cost, what !sive and enjoyable one. .1)eIi) .. '*:CUr this nomine oa btshMna. i j\ ....... .-.
forget their existence when she comes Smith and Brown's kids are worth at freShments 'were served l! f ii't t
white people .in this country and its
to make her own ',-U! ;; almost Irresistible. tendency to revertto W. H. Brown the popular pension their estimate-'and ''the market ..1 manner at a late bout anlfth>$ W. Surasky has bee. ***.; f
attorney of! Pittsfield Vt-: says: quotation on the crude,article cover th OU'hIHojor.eL for the past few days Hi **

Mr. Bryan has-: n finished{ his senceof barbarism. the but superior for the race.saving Bishop pre- "Next to a pension, the best thing to such a wide range that-It takes" a lifetime I I 1t t ._i__ *Ci4! to say she II Improving' .... .. ss+r
.. a"
get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He to which is .
tour of the are the prove right. We are Dis80lutlollr" s
wet Scott said among; other things: N1nNtMs ... .
same old Bryan Democrats 'that we *0f the American' negroes who writes: "they keep my family in entirely clear on one point however' I I ---r" .' ". star J.1 .., ; Peacock a 1....

were before he came. We were gladto went to Liberia several years ago, splendid health." Quick cure for which is that legardlessofcostithelittle i "keretoS* IIlerehant and bulDeu mss 01e g"' '"
have him. but we didn't .need him about 25.000, with their children, Headache Constipation and Biliousness darlings shall have every,needed The copartnership 't f at.waiinthedtytftU ..... .
to keep us solid in the Bryan column, still live there and while strenuous 25c. Guaranteed at Barclay facility ':to ;secure pan: : education andgetia'falr'stArt : I isting.!bet!ee.n.eys.unae'1'CJ2. '; i:' .1 :, ; / tNsasr

with without & Groover's !drug store. ; in life's great contest; .. L, Humpll I!
We'll take him or
efforts are being made to keep them { '
name >"TellJJ
ownership, for we've got within the pales of civilized citizenship -i PROGRESS. of A. I- : ||?f I'OWfft are tmkl 1.. J1? *
I DOIXGS AT DOWUXG PARK. this day dissolved, 11P -
common sense enough to know that their continued tendency is to go retiring. C. E. HumphreJl M+7 Bed llaa4 tu. : :,I

that question will not be a vital issue back to savagery among the native STARVING: TO DEATH. business aasD-,.. r < etata >pnpoud.. Ne6Wa1 f _
Items of General'lnterest About This tinue, the -
for to come-perhaps
many years tribes and as through their superior '
I Popular Resort. Because her stomach was so weakened bilities.and collecting 5" .. .,
never. intelligence over the natives, they .
I Good patronage of a hotel means by useless drugging that she C.-h.Ultl' JQr grocerkw .. -
are given important positions in these Iran il<nMf :
hard work for manager and servants, could net eat, Mrs Mary H. Walters I A: 1... HUMP ltttn ADd fI .
has instructed
The Texas Democracy get
tribes, it is very difficult for the missions a than. .t ....
for Joe Bailey to succeed himself to prevent them from abandonIng but continuous good service is what of St. Clair St., Columbus, 0.. was September 21. 1908. haa4 I-batnt' rhtaa. t cwt .
and the 'I( accounts for the daily presence of a I --" a lucky N
in" the Senate petty war now civilization and taking up life: .- one .
=--: _
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housefull of happy guests at the Park ..
being made on him out there by so- the natives.?'
among savage ; 1I0tel. The shady walks, the cool E. 1 o. ..,.. .'
called Democrats trying to organizean & RubenatfIJa;
sessionof the i I CRAWFORD rtt..... ...
opposition to defeat him beforethe The first University restful seats and charming scenery, ttUe list night wh.,. stw ... '. tit

Legislature will come to nothing. A of Florida in its new home in Gaines f I the fine baths and health-giving 06 Put week ihr ..t's .....

strong and positive man like Bailer ville begins today and it is the heart spring water are potent factors, but BROKERS ; :::; ksL Goldnrra, &

is sure to make enemies and these felt hope of every friend of higher ,I I I! would fall far short of a happy completeness '1";. .....

latter, egged on by Republicans are education in the State that the open 'I I without three square meals COTTON GRAD y 1,Loud 8eYmoIf. wb. b4'x '

now revamping the old and fully disproved ing of the session marks the beginning I I a day and a clean restful bed at STOCKS AND ".,faIIOIne time at, Do..... jlbrs

that the Texas Senator of an era of steady and rapid night but such is the combination e sty t .-.
charges y'tater. .
I' y ... M.
has been in the pay of the Standard growth that will make the institution that draws and holds the wise of Which f, t0 at Ranting asst ce
In I'our Park: We have at present an investment .....
Oil Company and is privately and due season one of the great schools country at Dowling .lit

professionally intimate. with the corporation of the South. Abundant patronage What would' a resident of one of yield from '10 to 30 per cent per month 0" r Ih inan or "OIUa- h .. .... ......

he is publicly and political from the people of Florida will surely those semi-centinary Rip-an Winkle capital invested with practically nO nsfc. .uWtlUao( ...._ ..
do the for the in towns that have not built a < '-
work universityJa new .f
all"righ .
.It Bailer JS .... t ttba k04o& r.
(len"\lnclng. te .,. 'J n
ench that proiptly house during the recollection of the See. about it. ;; -" h
and"hrca :,tford rlaagG/attlj: ", good n4g Itjo.Ul us. : u.. "tt -
"impotent maflce ntfw'"seeking- discredit pond4to..llr ever-derg j$Q l iada'U at f|rising,generation think'''ot'thfe Su- '14
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him with his own people. t lit. I wannee coanty "yearling"1" If' h e Correspondents'V.; P Randolph & Co. Cappg t' Rr \ i :




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HUMPffi --- .,...--L ...,.,-' -. .-_--_--.---__ ,-__ --- -. ..- .. -'- :f .
supplies and notions; furniture 11"';

OTOR AND' 'Ie :' ( I1 idware'antOimTea11"1tOWerti"- aad ,; ::&!W' WWf"

: County, essary and incident to a generaWholesale i -

.w.. -. retalljmsifless<< ; to deal : :) IEVFJ'YNiGHT
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on'Ap' in jtoMdcs.(bondsgotesgortgagesand i \ TIT\! A 'J\
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l IL CLAY all, evidences of indebtedness. .::I G" 1: TO
:;;I t Clt hvHthRgg,. ''tu 1ift ; Statef o | SeC. 2.| Th|Corporation shall have J. .. u ; X J } f :t U F:

;" II "ff1 crct: Wore .eieb>! Ede and envoy alL ower rights- and privileges i iI .'. I __ _, ..._ "' ,...' _- '-'- -- -- _. '-'
a of
cent corporations this class :'

l 'f"f f\- under the laws of the State of Flor>. ...... '
a's}--1' :>tl'Su.nt e' County, da. To sue and be sued In Its corporate .. ". _. z :-_. .- l /l'_ ....:
capacity; to contract and be. '
1"; t7/ ft..w1U. NOVELTY WORKS ,_ : jn. Tuesday nextMonday Jcontractelwith'toil5uecert1ftcatea
in Nov-
t : 'Brst( .
stocks and bonds for the corporation;
LIVE OAK the said Tues-
p= 106:, in judgments and decrees and .

__I w i1t ":,; to' do :all those things notrinconsist.en' : .. :I. .....
r've with its charter 1 and' not|incoa- ;
ber "
if Second
First T <*OLI of fie sistent with the corporate laws of /.
I Distri ct o! Florida the said State of 'l da. j jr : \
:J Afffc* direct from "-' She f- --** 4
.Qftr \
NeW ) psi T : : : '" ..
f. i k Capital Stock. /. ; r : :: t.
I the importers and 'mmissoners 5. a 1 y \ ,.I' ''. c. 1- ; .J
!"" t r"4 'j" iII
i.p a' fcv ARTICLE III. '; '"
if ... .
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)1iU we have the t :. t norlda. Sectior 1.' The amount of the /.. fI ---' -->-.:. -, "- .. --'" '- '
,"of tie Supreme Court (japltah k. uthorized by the cor* : -:-- :
'---ftI toon of No. 1 New of Florida.{ J, j pora4pnishal! be Sixteen Thousand, .,' :' ,: ; J\:
,of the House of ($16.000)) dollars, divided into One .. S It. to ._ "'
gibers ? J -' it.
fMiI )3O) barrels _
of the Famofii _, oLtb&: ,SJ te. .of. HundredAnd 1xtJ.. hares. oLthe par .,.' .' )"! .f1 L.)11 J 1. '
:: ,. N tea, the home of W. J.'B. ,. value of One Hundred ($100.00)) dolt : :
-.- ,. Assessor of Taxes.' ,lars.. ,..each.,- "Ten- '<.per .cent.. ....of.said- capital --,',, ., ;' ., ;- ,'-" . ". "' ''. .i(f.. '
: 1 stoCk-shall be paid for'In cash, or /. : "-
$ t4, fn :30-lb pails
; i collaterals equivalent to cash, before .
"* A. IVftkndez and Resago | tearurerfmissi ner s. the corporation': i shall' transact any r

TetoI Cig- .-; ,'Meaiberj ail the County business,,and the balance of said capital 25 cents er.hourf; or: use ;
tnstrnct.on. stock'Eh1 be'lpaid
d pyblt0 at such .
i ...ed I -'. ..' ."' .," ,.
l'nftuts )
in and for .1"
:; of the.Feacs time and In such manner as the ,, .

tiMi ifiiitl l Chewing Gum I ce asb' 'Board'of. Directors-\ 2:1"may' "require.: ,_ ', Andcertificates skates.
aL 4.No. 5; \ o of stock shall be Issuedto.therespecUveatock.h01der&

---- ; .. -' "' ... ,, .
m. upon 't j"'J! ( r I :
r.14' '0. 15. No. 16 and the payment of ten per cent of the ) J '! ( '

,'', capital, stock ',said, stock, holdersas .3.tt6'4I
& by ts

: Cornmimt.:::'. Ijn. )ts''rlz>
ff flf c.f., Onln and flayL "t '.(;' /5jtfa6; No. 1,1 form'of said certificate'shall be prescribed /

<7 [frSCaNdllNd.: 12, No. by the 'by-laws' of the cor | when, .furnish

r'-"I *rot. PhOR .-)lt-, hd115/, Not 16 and!. poration.The .- parties

J I il I >;- ,4 Term For Which The -
""c Whereof, I have here- Corpora ,- .l..
lion,Shall Exist. their skates.
eftiad'and 'affixed the .
r own 1*
!fP .;;j'd:
JON HOTE1PLAN. of the State of Florida, ARTICLE IV. .
feses, the Capital: This' -s ealon 1'." "Tfie"corporation"
dly ot September A. D. exist and continue for a' period of a

AN ,;;ti.1411.; j ( tfine'ty-nine years unless sooner dissolved ti '-- ,- -
J )1fUrl9: NI'QRb: :J'iJ1 according. lawlf 2 { .
? State vi t "* Jt. I.J
iVH.LK of- t.
FLORID. : Officers by Which, The Business is fo

''IBfckerson.-- !+ Sheriff- of'.' Su. : Be Transacted. NO'ADMISSION.FEE.
| Coitty.Ih .

;* Rooms and Private Ba .. -. .
: : ;: Section l. The. 'business: of the _. .
"f .
rfhUntioB to Apply For Letten : '
". d Up -:- corooration: shall be conducted by and ./lr",. _, .,__ _.._ p._ ._ .. . _.._ _._ .u._" __ ., ;dr-
the control and management

of, a Board of five directors, a presi- .
by virtue of the laws of l
.. ia (the SootLPROPRIETOl ,.-.of r Florida, notice is hereby dent, 'vice president, secretary, \ J

iji undersigned have as-: treasurer and a gen-eral man-
0 : :-do*" ager. Provided that theof- -
w .hereby associate
-::":;;t 1..1 L _'" .. -'-tegetier-" for the purpose Aces of ,secretary: and treasurer may Porter & Dexter I

corp rated; a body po- be filled by one and the same person;

e 19th day of and provided that the number of ,
A 1 LiX.i906! ;: apply to Hon. directors 'may be changed from timeto

Ifj! fii,Governor of the State time by the laws of the corpora-

*. far letters patent Incor- tion, provided that, there shall be .
ths J'iJe':; ; Oak Brick'and at no' time less than three directorsnor : Proprietors. ";:: .
--4 4 -_. J" under the followdiarter more than five. .

Ji '&W your groceries.bO Tlfnh ,. ,, the -original of Sec. 2. All of said directors and

'h&J....Mm file in the office of officers shall be chosen from ameng
r T1L1 J In all ,
rot State the stock holders of the corporationat
.,. for the State .

... Iftftm.. not even cam DE x'! '*.''R, ,';J. Taylor. holders the annual to be held meetings in the of City the of stock Live i cr /F.7I': i.:i 71"7F :71'iii...:i.:i.':i. :i...:i.".:./.....: T 7-""""

.... irt the better for age W.J. Hillman. Oak Florida, on the first Tuesday' -
i ;vB., \r. Helvenston. in November of each year, each stock da, 5 shares.A. LOW ROUND TRIP RATES E>tc., will be furnished promptly, on
-> %% i ilk alter that part of, 'i fs'A. Lee Humphreys.Ctas. holder having as. many votes as he Lee Humphreys, Live Oak, Flor- via. application} to

,., H. Brown. has_shares paid for in the corporationand ida, 25 shares.F. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. G. E. HERRING,
Kle. ruefully buying _i: P.E.Thomason.Walter until the next said annual elec- E. Thomason, Live Oak, Florida The Louisville & Nashville Railroad Fla. l'ass. Agent, L. & N.'R. R.,

J-.:: = J. Bryson. tion, and until their successors are 5 shares.Walter will sell round-trip tickets from No. 118 W. Bay St.,
sips stack will always ,
''. C. Baisden. elected and qualified. The directors J. Bryson Live Oak, Flor- Jacksonville to points shown on dates JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. s

p lilt.$ .,. _1,_:' 'P H..Bremer. shall ,be T. S. Baisden of Live Oak. ida. 10 shares. indicated. Proportionately low rates I.ATTRAUl'JVE TRIPS
": .:""" :,.T.,-'8. llalsden.i Florida; C. H. Brown, of Live Oak, Chas. H. Brown, Live Oak, FlorIda from other points: -AT-
: W. tell in t Florida; F. H. Bremer, of Live Oak,, 25 shares.T. .
gnat you meter of "The Live Oak $32.20-Dallas, Texas, and return. EXTREMELY LOW RATES
: w Florida; R. J. Taylor, of Live Oak, S. Baisden, Live Oak, Florida,
Tickets sold October 6th and
Mf $
: Bapply -VIASouthern -
skit all we have. B Companr. Florida:' and A. Lee Humphreys, of 5 shares.J. .
7th. Final return limit 21
') gned,hereby associate Live Oak Florida; and until the next C. Baisden, Live Oak, Florida, days from date of sale. j 1

**4fc u*, or telephone =tether:for the purpose annual election and until their suc 10 shares. $32.8o-nufi'alo, X. Y., and return. I Railway
.corporation are and T. R. J. Taylor.
under the cessors elected qualified. Tickets sold October 10th, State'of Florida, under S. Baisden, of Live Oak. Florida, W. J. Hillman. llth and 12th. Final return FROM JACKSONVILLE.

rHONf 85 s proposed charter: shall be president; B._W. Helvenston"", K. W. Helvenston. limit, leaving Buffalo October j$10.35-Atlanta-, -Ga.,' and Return.
!Hce of Busines of Live Oak, Florida, shall be vice- A. Lee Humphreys.Chas 1906.
19th. Tickets on sale Sept. 29, 30;
|ARTICLB: I. president; A. Lee Humphreys, of Live H. Brown. $19.6o-X Orleans, La., and re- limit October 7; extension to
l Oak Florida shall be. secretary and F. E. Thomason.
MAYSBROSDELIVERY. The'name of the cor- turn. Tickets on sale Oct- October 22.$20.70Richmond.
) a\alfl treasurer and F. H. Bremer.of Live Walter J. Bryson.
>e' :wTbe Live Oak ober 12th to 15th Inclusive.! la. and Return.
I8pt7 Oak, Florida, general manager. The J. C. Baisden.
I Final return limit October 30,
FatE mpu) Tickets on sale October 1;
Th duties of the said officers and directors .I F. II. Bremer. '
1906. By depositing ticket
-- Principal place' ol 11 limit October 8.II,70San .
= ---- shall_. be_ nrescribed by. the bylawsof T. R. .
.tha -- -- ----
with New Or-
u Special Agent.
Corporation shall be :$- Francisco and Los Angeles -
of Live Oak in Suwannee.t the corporation. STATE OF FLORIDA, leans, and paying fee of 50c. One Way (second class)

%iCE /r bU corporation Limit of Indebtedness._ Suwannee_ County. an extension ,of return limit :Tickets daily, Sept,, 15

., A establish ARTICLE VI. Before me personally came F. H. can be secured until November to October 31.$37'.OoWashlngton..
A. ..
say point Bremer R. J. Taylor, W.'J.'Hlllman, 301906. '
within the state Section 1. The highest amount D. C., and Return -
MANYQOXPANY. -t: of Indebtedness or liability to which B. W. Helvenston, A. Lee Humphreys $17.65 Mem)his, TennM and return. -Tickets on sale daily to

TTbe. Business toT the corporation may at any time sub- F. E. ,Thomason Walter J. Bryson, Tickets sold October 15th September 30; limit October
Chas. H. Brown and T. S. Baisden 17th and Final
JI. exceed the 16th 18th. 31.
MOU ject itself shall not, twice
amount of the capital 'stock of the .to me all well known, and known to return limit October 30th. By $46.05-Chicago, HI., and Uetnrn-
sacted.general; corporation., me to, be ,the persons ,described in, depositing ticket with Special Tickets on sale daily to Sep-

.t.pcc__ j nature of Names, and Residences of, the Sub- and who subscribed to and executedthe Agent, Memphis, and payingfee tember 30; limit October 31. g

--"d.-- -.f....... 'I. te .h'be!' transacted by the scribing Incorporators' and the foregoing articles for proposed of -50) cents, an extension $54.10-Saratoga, N. Y.. and Return

I J 't, 4 .___ be to buy, sell Number of Shares Subscribed For charter for "The Live Oak Brick &I of return limit can ba secured via New York, allowing tenda's'
; : ,' 1'" 'tit -fit liaaaufactnre all By Each., Supply Company" andwho, severally until November 30, 1906. stop over Washington,

cement, atoneand ARTICLE VII. acknowledge _before me that they ex- $16.05-Chicago, Illinois and return. Baltimore, Philadelphia or

iii ; sell and nunufac- Section 1. The names, places of ecuted the same for the use and pur- Tickets on sale daily to Sep- New York. Tickets on sale
f tember 30th. Final return 30 limit
building material, residence and the amount capital poses therein expressed.In daily to September ;
< ::.. ..... aD V. baS Household furniture, stock of the subscribing incorporators witness whereof, I have hereunto limit October 31, 1906. October 31.
5! \1Ii. W i hodRtb94; sell or are as.,, ol1o.wa.1q wltF.H. ; set my hand and official seal In $38.40-Hot Springs. Ark., and re Many other attractive rates.

J agage Ja and I Bremef, Lire OakjFlorldat Live Oak; Suwannee County Florida* : turn. Tickets, sold daily. For further information apply ,to
: fly?&nd sell and 20shares.; 9 -. K. this 17th day 'of Septemberi A: D., Final return limit 90 days J. K. McCALL,

I "A 1906.. from date of sale. and Ticket Agent..
kinds City Passenger .
of per- R.- J. Taylor. Live Oak ,Florida
; 4tttela; ,to .8n> 45 shares. (Su) J. F. H1RRELL, Daily to September :Oth, round JAMES FREEMAN, .. t
4hotesale+and re- W. J. Hillman, Live Oak, 'Florida, Notary' Public. trip summer tourist"tickets' be 'District.Paeseriger'Agent; ..
e!$,,to buy and 10 shares. My commission expires July 13th, on sale to various resorts. Full in- 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.Pboae .

; -tood% froceriei, B...W,'Hehenston; live Oak..Florf- 1SI7 -


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3 r Pencils Pen Staffs Book Straps ''I t f .
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and everything needed will be, found ,.t to handle. Everything in the Pritiaj Sept tonight; n.-T\e IbU40a&Ottt1: i- -

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4 : WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MAIL ORDEROUR of Its oppoat... .. i'"
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lOne Pair "Black Cat" Shoes FREEd :1 IIlderstUdlnC .is ut *.'- """ .-....
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: STOCK of Bond, Linen and Rag tape The gavetliteeeM ... -- .

To the who. forms the most words out of-the letters contained in Florida BacoD. .... A'z :- -
; boy :or; girl : the largest carried in and w&l ggeatedners that It weeta t tv.

4 equipped modern Printing Plant, new type, and': '"rff"t thtt '" ir"". .... .
: !J1ack :Pat, usjngach letter only the number of times_ it. appears in the word I .. printers we can furnish you with Stationery-d. ,1'r.. /1.,Ut .t. :.t 1 .,

"Black.Cat5.. closes and willbe October'6tt :. ruled that tklt.I ...
3 :: Contest prize : given Saturday, > and prompt as any,establishment in the South. f' ailt If""' .'"

= !;i "Black Cat" Shoes are the best children's- dress shoes made. See the styles : will convince 'a a tithes unfair accepted; tMa ,4.. .......
\ + -i "i i -" r v j j i r r I" r< or coattt""f
\ in the show window /*'", ? j W s 1 1 11." : t:; \ JI ; kit .. .. ,. 'Ie' 1- ,left......, .., "

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3 I l!{ Free' Delivery L. S. Harvard, Proprietor.- Phone ,.159.fVTVVTTVYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVtrrTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTlTYfTYYT Ii IiI t stwis'tb tss, announcedi h. cp alto ied ....*.s,... .. ',<

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CLAIM VICTORY ana n is aouutrui ir auy teaching would 1 TUt Worm- Habit. compose the Kigi or.the Hiatus were stile Mark* .. tai L The time and pUw tw lfc. li t* .. s
bare qualified him for attorney workor I asked a.physician; what cure he deposited Indeed?:: we may say thatIt Hunting for stilt marts..-' [ be terat4 Ifarj
U to
s I meeting
r, made' him a master of detail. Yet would suggest for the worrying: habit. Is because they are so old that they is often good fun J1ItseI! .t
% as aa,office lawyer such as. rules the have'been much down. The = T&t tomorrow
"I would prescribe comm sellle." be so worn try old piece of flatsve la,
first )
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destinies of modern in AiME
our corporate
said. "And U a man or woman hasn't I Alps -themselves! are crumbling and platters,'saucers, ete.-sbo s a itouseve1t 'al M4lt. a 1 -
he would have been -
possible to accomplish a settlement terests probably got a stock'on band and can't cultivate'i being washed away and if no fresh tie rough spots more or l lis ;
invaluable. His mind 1t
without resorting to force, I.cannot comprehendedlarge one no doctor can give It to him or elevation takes, place the time will marked on both sides, taadl! 'x e 1011"k 'J I
subjects without the slightest ef her. This worrying nonsense grows. come when they will be no loftier than These spots wert p'firmg bi6ukht' tJ II pieN ,fl--
say that we are hopeful for I have fort. Once concentrated issue margin.
on .
The best means to cure It lies in the Snowdon or-Helvellyn They have already by the cocksp1l1'of sIJ) Itewonaind tJT the
never known a more disgusting sit- be passed directly to'the point, disregarded i C rt ....
: hands of the woman herself. If she undergone enormous denudation, lie tripods used between the atpaIpsaedls.
uation. Investigation convinces us ,the all thousand the academic and one contingencies and- !J wlll JuSt call a little common sense to and It has been shown that from the piling them up In the kU1L;. ,' elf.fhkt:{ thepIIW\c(1I;
that the elections thoroughly pros
were i
her aid. resolve not to borrow trouble, summit of Mont Blanc some 10,000 or where the cocbpiIr 1 .
cons and reduced the problem to its points '- tlg t lti:
j rotten. We do not want to Inter- | to be cheerful and think upon the best 12,000 feet of strata have been already defect In t&*
caused 1't .
simplest possible form. Frederick plate a mast compel the save li ...
vene, but the conditions afield may Trevor 11111 in Century. i I side of things, she will lire longer and removed. Denudation began as soon fortunately stilt marks ana i- term111tary ..'
necessitate it. Our reports show that retain her beauty longer. Every wom- as the land rose above the sea and the of antbenfeity occupatlet.Is : .
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the insurgent commanders have lost Street Crowd In Carat. an wants to keep beautiful to the last. main river valleys were excavated. collectors have supposed ftr.' understood tonlglt
Why does she take the course which Is Pearson's Weekly. ImtateW" Palma does DOU..s M .. $,a"'to i '
control of.their forces which are now One of the features of the city of Caracas not only easy to 1
sure to make her yellow skinned, dull -: \11< resignation, kt It II IMa j .
lawless bands that at any moment Venezuela that most strongl sometimes imperceptible: .,d <(;
eyed and thoroughly unlovely" What It Coat. that Congress grill Q.We M ie
may loot and burn. The situation Impresses a foreigner is the rapidity Staffordshire.: Furthenaoft' .... see .
Why Indeed?-New York Globe. In a little town In England not long ma't'
/ seems to demand the use of force." with which a crowd gathers in the ago the entire family had been at pear very frequently sartw'on rely'THE,. ....
streets. This is best exemplified when ware of the cheaper
The American commissioners have Vanilla.It church and the young minister was r.eountii'America. ARStI-fl '1'110 .......
some of the many wandering; musicians sign of :tntlqu! %.
decided not to keep their engagementto is curious to read that vanilla: was coming home to dine with them. Whileat ..' ",...
in whom Caracas abounds .
revisit President Palma. because of pre employed by the Aztecs of Mexico as dinner they were discussing the new luaelt'w e.
pare to give an impromptu open air an ingredient in the manufacture of stained glass window a member had W.IJbl Co' of the Good It 'aa I'
his attitude today. concert. Their first uotos II(o sooner
chocolate prior to the discovery of given. "It Is a most beautiful piece of The weight of air ba itI t May lie \fC'OftI"' d. ...
echo through the iie'.ghborhofxl: thin
.Secretary Taft added, that the ; America the workmanship said ffr
by Spaniards and that it one, "and must iBI
there gathers: to Ihtt"u1; 1ist tLrjug tested 1 y calUprelsln,1t; ] %a been some tie adatee I Ito ,, $ ..
terms agreed to retain have cost *" ;
upon were was brought to Europe as a perfume a great deal of money. "Do That: It '
Palma as president but he listenedto that almost blocks up the tlioraughfarr: : with !Indigo, cochineal and cacao ten you have any Idea how much?" "I I by the air pump. IItj.' your paper, Mt It pee V4iv ....

the bad counsel of his cabinet : The cobblers! and all the o'.h.T tt'uan yearj before the! arrival of tobacco on really do not," replied the minister, I weight the fact when that! so the comp\febt! fd llie I Win say a fert ..... N k.....

ministers who were less fortunate.The of the entries, having; no door ta opi: our shares. The name vanilla is derived "but far Into the hundreds, I should by increased sligWl b i to the FarrneYS' ptMars \.....
eels Is
situation here has been cabledto or most stairs descend They, are eagerly on the drink riot a!IK!! from the Spanish valna. a pod or Imagine." "No, It didn't," said little them with compressed tf IS' II Week before. IIM'e Nsetr +i t. ......

President capsule. Dampier described it as a Harold. "I know how much it was. It become 1'ICcl) 1 PIper s letter boat Mf iftaw:..>#
Roosevelt. such vessels
the music but t the same time !bear
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little pod full of small black seeds and cost 14s. lOd.Why, Harold how do air t0 rarer, and .
the thought 1 teynlM ..
: the hats of the maxiclans er" as soon! as 4ye -
wary eye upon
like the stem of a tobacco you know anything about It?" :
leaf so much 1* taI1I : but
and 113 sooner di they o!sem cause I them Is exhausted. did sot bsve lie ..... C-- '"
UaeoU'a Orderly Mini. BO that his men when they found the mamma. It says at the bottomof weigbtds
Lincoln's mind was orderly though the t Indication: tit! ont i i' dried pods at first threw them away the window. '1obH, 10.'" I experiments on the foot** T' Mr. Boyette laW .a bIb 1W'tt [, ...
his methods were not. He neglected about to be taken of for: the py/ywe ol: "wondering why the Spaniards should '-_ proved that the cubic less ti ta there '11'11 a Ui tt4a. .,

details because his thought, which was taking up n collection: by passing: ; ii lay up tobacco stems."-Chambers' IB the SnU. Mo..uiai. I grains, or something TIle .we.1I ,'" should have 1M

"as direct as flight passed instantly I. around nmonj; tte! crowd than they 11' Journal. "Ethel that awfully handsome guide I ja quarter ounces of ipTi* g their OWl ,.,..e I. ...
to the vital and all else seemed appear even mare quickly than tLe.' kissed me a moment ment on the weight Broth
spot ; .
ago. Do you I to be made at the urfaee i* r. U190 .. eea. ........
unimportant "If I can free this case came. The Alp Will lie TVaihed Away. think I ought to deduct something 50I ) anT 1tllb
It ttahsrrye
from technicalities and get it properly TbP'J.! from a :geological; jj,.,int of from his pay or add to ltr-Fllegend I with the temperature tl are .
If a determines early in l'.f: < Blatter. Heated air or air at thoroughly .ets.a+ eLeo
swung to the Jury I'll win it, he used person view, are very recent The Welsh
to say; and thus was his mental attt that a cheerful disposition is: wort!I bills though comparatively speaking I much lighter. 1J1ftrf.t11f eo"V, 'WebliJ ...
tude toward all legal questions. He having and strives h obtain It nn I Insl. ificmt. are far more ancient Those edges soonest turn that are Some people will nefer \ rogosld', .... ..Wf "". "I ...,

had no training technicalities as long does so that person N a success in i I They had been mountains for ages and most keen. A sober moderation stands tiling for this reason, M<*"j 1h4 offered theee. .. ... ..
as the >firm of Stuart & Llnc">" 14."'" fine sense or the word. I ages before the materials which now sure. No violent extremes endure.- I derstand everythloff too I* ..led QC la'U&. th. nog .....
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: For $150 I will give you the combined course (Bookkeeping, Stenography and Type ": fa.eta.tuJ 0o they will 1M 1 acs r s' >. .-

+ and It hu bell ..
ing), pay your board and room-rent for six months. 'OthJnc HI ''

ft MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE Or for ?88 I will give a complete four Bad** \tt from tu lass lice ...... ..
old addage and true you course ( months) in Bookkeeping and nothing, but far.... .w "
t a very l want .
or Stenography and Typewriting and mOD I inlorla these at stae4
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pay your and room-rent.
one, too. "Anyone, says our great financier that: ". hue aU IU t. nil .
't "can make but the for only $100. "hat. \ 1It&hta4 -
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.+ you make will depend entirely upon your If you want tuition alone, I will give you a Life Scholarship for $50. Or five months for f* .and of u. 11', 1fti' h4 w a1W I

qualifications. A day laborer can make :,. U 1Ft dOIl't ma sir eoutt /,

t from $1.25 to $1,50 a day, while a book- I have trained thousands of young men and women for clercial work, and placed them in 0Ipositions. : '"' It,4on't to be bumped. esen ewre.

+ keeper or stenographer can make from $15 I will do the same for you if you place yourself under our instruction at the hat>kopte! say make about say ilL dl1euS B1eeLi, '

t. to $25 a week. I propose to give you a 1 -- tIm,as a. lock W a tees eats '. .

+ training that commands a good salary,and I SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE atteutU4 1I'e hay, leaN eeeeaia,'ri'Mt

+ also propose'to save you money in getting it. BorMH pus ... 11

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