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 27, 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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k NewsI -aJ1 i, ; 'HAVE' NOW Otf 'THE FIRST ,! r" : RAILROAD
) Road Expected to Be_Completed ,to, BALLOT All License Revoked t'ntll October
TREAT:WITH Tampa ) '1/1907.' ,, Atlanta, WITH REFERENCE TO PROPOSED -

-:6rnoENTS' 'Gainesville{ 'Sept: 26.:-President Atlanta; Sept. 26.-As a result of UNION DEPOT

Atkinson,. In speaking rot the progress the recent disturbances :in Atlanta,

omn1erciaJjl etc., of'the' 'Gainesville and NEW YORK'S GOVERNOR the City Council this'afternoon passed ,

NEGOTIATE some of the most drastic measures MEETING IN TALLAHASSEEWhen
:fill Gulf extension,. stated that. everything which have ever gone through that ,

Printers ,is moving along nicely. Thereare body.In.
Hearst Had Big Lead Over Opposition
J' already, graded and ready for -Sulzer Was Chief Opponent- the first place Council passed a of Order
Adoption Requiring
t Hw Abandoned resolution revoking every saloon''' 11-
crossties and iron about sixteen miles Other 'Nominees : '
.. .. it Would Not Treat cerise in the city.until Oetober 2. This Railroads. to Constrnct'Wlll' ,
fd '
-- and a large force is engaged in cut- Be Considered '
d, 'Insurgenfa1F means the right-of-way'
ting from Crystal
will remain ,closed until that date.
IIrte mi too river ..north; which will, meet :the
WK small fore Buffalo N..Y., Sept. 21-ln a ses. All the, new, licenses'wlU be passed
grading "gang" in,a ,few, days. There
:: =j-The 'governsly ; sion which began before 8 o'clock on. and granted at a meeting to be Railroad Commission State of Flor';

KyIIIg$ ; !ii toe Prifitui f J tonight abandoned its (Ii lsO' another' force'working from last night and was' continued ";until held October 2.and at thatitimeall; .ida.. To.the" Atlantic .Coast. Line.Ballroad ,

,Crystal. river south., I Company, The SeaboardAir
after the the
long midnight, Democratic divesand' low resorts- and all ,
HWi : that it is impossible '!t'We expect .to,have through trains
our limit : m Line The Florida
state, convention, nominated negro saloons will be weeded out \ Railway. .

6.;, ; rowit iaimed rebels operation: betweenampa via i and William Randolph. Hearst..for Cover Today was the time for the ,Railway Company, and tho Live.
1E'i Jaeksopvipe Gainesville
& IMMITY MAIL ORDER io negotiate directly f byMarch' nor. granting of new licenses to the restaurants Oaks Perry,&,Gulf; ; Railroad.,Company
1- 1$07."iV' President Atkln-
tie of its opponents. Itt A test vote on theadoption of,the of the city hand 145 were : ,
EMI .said) and{ |I y cantell I ; ,, you now I ( 4
-.J leave all pointrf upon that the service will be flrst class, as majority report of the committee on grapteftbulfMa 1 { the dfst} : ? il| You are hereby notified that there'will'
., ]& VtlmWtnal
-' endn6 not Beached; contested"seats hours1 before showed, put noon-the the fl : '
3-; we' as' be a meeting'of 'the'Railroa d
propose to fine
operate cars as
teftrt ffcrirf ifl 8icos: The government strength to win and, the, anal' beer with meals or otherwise.
and with w| V VV that It would treat Mr. Atkinson states that close con- :result was only a question of time., Atlanta is rapidly ,getting back to at their office in, .the City, o("Tallahassee -
ktaw fMt fkftt J arilf nectiona will}be.niade ;Jac sonyl1lefora
now type, and Jf UieycudY1r4erican I Congressman William Sulzer was normal conditions after the riotous Florida on the 9th. day of

** fsnOifc JNHI with Stationery as cbae -..D.> .. .1,!., pointsEas.. .... _. .. ""!n4.. zWeatc ,,# tJ, .J.. ,; i placed in nomination his name' be- scenes of the last two,or three days October,, A D. 1906, at 10 o'clock

U arn, btu In the South. A trill I igtert ruled that this stlpula"accepted AS-THEY ;LiyE IN INDIA. ing greeted, by a great outburst 'ol and it mar be said today that peace a.-'m.,'to'eoDslc r the' adoption of an

.. HlvlMe ;?: I si safUl'la, l4bet.. eralte' : j cheering which continued fifteen and order have. been, restored in the order requiring you to construct:a
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this view. community. V :
; tttMttfti f'RK iN ED ON Camels:and Queer People to Be SeenIn minutes. union 'passenger: depot at Live,Oak
APPLICATIONrtraiNG i phase of controversy John A. Dix, of Washington'county -: There !were ''nd disorders of 'any this meeting V 'the
j Orient Slow.IY.MM Florida. At ; you,
e xiupected.SectetarYalreatly Mysterious.. ..... ,also' med'fo Governor. moment have
rya. : ly a-- -w r.'_ was n : Ilast night, .and there Atlantic ''Coast; Line Railroad Com-

I t1M pleased therewith The booking of "Mysterious Orl The session was marked by'extreme been no rumors of them \today, ,Last pany'and you, the Seaboard Air Line

cibg'IiS statement f.n 1byt 'the f"JaekBonvlUyearnlvalsofl bitterness, Mr.."Hearst.being arraigned night's incidenttof negroes firing Railway and' yon the Florida Railway -

on -lfjr topesson Is iatlon'tor the CarnivaiNovemer and denounced roundly, bya num- on the troops'at"Spring, 'and Huhny- i Company, and you, the Live Oak; '

co. '' swell newer solution [ tikto 10thv wilT\ontributira.. ber' of speakers. cutt streets5!was'pr 'mptly feq'nelched, Perry &Gulf Railroad Company,.will

1ouble tonight than we were great deal of Interest to Wonderway The language indulged in stirred and three tof the five (guilty negroes have an opportunity' to be heard and

tM lAIC. flOfUDA t* ti andlt' &ttr. tlon the delegates l into wild demonstratlons -,, were arrested to show cause if any'you have, 'why

nj. naonnced also that the : The streets'of'india will be repro- 'for' and 'against 'the sentimentsof The ponder/alive; ,people' ofjth.e, ) ,,city, the propos d' order should -hot'' ,"be

4th-M..peed between 'duced.inihii e&w.'and eaife/and the speakers: including the better element of both adopted.
ii. esffiees representing the op'jerties customs of the people, together with The. platform was unanimouslyadapted. races,'have"taken prompt' o't i the Done and ordered by'the Railroad

,: ,.. ---..- ,1 would be without re- their camels and queer togs, will give .. ? situation,' fa, 1d"tliMr'co nsels.' 'advice Commissioners of the State of'Flor!

$ ,.... .... a' to thejefps;fpreyiouBly ,proL the Floridayiiitors.astudy.In: ( \ ",LIfI At 1,:30 ..0'clock.Hears was nomin- and assurances have i done much to I ida, in' session, at' thelr office In the
lilt Mark CkU
,t .., II' "IJ fur stilt mark.e.ftcatJhI on*&! lhe time and place for, jtheKtbg 1 tM.f ar East." ated. The vote for Governor.on. the bring arderirnrtaf; ,chaos!,,, ;, City of :Tallahassee, Florida:, ; this

Q... .. ., Itself. is to'be determined of A, .D,1906..-
It Wtw rood tun In Ainu i r it 24th day September ; -

c- ..... n. NJ .ad pkre\ of flatware-l: e,'|, or lift,tomorrow, "- .. JEFF .$. BROWNE,
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if ..,..... .Air.."rw...<.t saucers) spots, more('t .-sho\\or lea'. tits!eOB '! e e3t'aas*edllt.dllg1i: MER16AN' FORCES AVAILABLE .IjQR CUBA Attests ? ---,- ,- .- Chairman..

.. ..r Irsa i"ro e both R. O ,
IIIttn both Rides, unuUjiT DUNN\Secretaryv ,
..i! + w..1n. I ..,.t... :*-e pots were madtl o ugh a more tract 1"ll J1'1 J I. M' ""**':,g.--., .,,m*,r < a.
t .
Inar of stltrt!
cootsrnr 11fntnd'byrthrwerbal

-:1: ......t....slra....IN. 1'1'r It* trtpttU" used between the pJa; Cruisers{ > :,* .Gunboats: ,.and'Armed, Men are In Readiness and Can on' Short r..-'. '"

Cif:: __ eex i f pihag. them up In the De : eihat thenamee econ? ? Notice be Placed on the Firing Line They. Are Being Bought at'TbIB Time
totals >re the cockspnrcuml tot Ir It : s For Use in Cuba, fj3&K
4J atfo Dl ed *. 'J :;
:; '*" ttM4t the M
i .....,. a detect in the gto! f \ xs' \ *
.. ..... eompel te same by a ? i"I 1 $< i11' 26$:Bids will
.. r4tOaateilt! marks are nda -,Disposition ot-Navy at Havana: ", Cruiser Des Moines, Commander Gunboat Paducah Commander Al- Washington. ; ,
... ... j a ,. t. of authenticity' wez military, occupation. *' be opened .today ,byE Lieutenant Colonel .! -
na Abraham' F. C ver'comriianding-l 0 bert G:,;"Winterliolter:l.commanding-r-: ;
= ...ft..... : adentood
for fa tonight that Pre- 'Cruiser Newark, Commander Wash-
Van'Schrader. Quartermaster
fWfrtort have
supposed F. Depot -
large and 15 small guns 325 men. 6 large and 8 small guns 250 men. '
..< roty! to Imitate! but ft!! Chambers commandingl2large for
eaoy I ington I. Cruiser Tacoma, Commander Gunboat Don Juan de' "Austria at St.,Louis, :the purchaseof

54 .*41mrl' Imperceptible on fib sIilamtshre. < preiW l. and '17 small''g' ns '420 men James T. Smith commanding Commander William Braunersreuther ,1,500 horses- and' mules, for, .:the'
.It Furthermore, .; Congress. wUl table, it in- at this
... .I They are being bought
: army.
twit frequently on moto1! and 250 marines. < large and 8 small guns 380 men and commanding large and 8 small '
a I iiry In view of trouble in
t b.4M r time possible
waft *T I the! beaker curt and wi, P-J"'Ooo', : Cruiser Minneapolis, Commander.B'radley 300 marines. guns 250 men.Gunboat : _
::3 C1tithf ...1 animals wanted 350
The are
11tl. .r antl.itity.-Conntr7! LTU :- KB A. Fiske ,commanding Cruiser Cleveland, CommanderJohn Newport, Commander Cuba.
3. 'lUll i it A.. ....... ,, FARMERS', UXIOX. men 15 cavalry horses, 500 ,riding horses,
'. "lit. + :'t'' ._' large and 17 small guns 390 T. Newton-10 large and Benjamin Tappan 'commandlng6large
-- -- ----- horses 200 wheel draft
_litlli, W the I and 400 marines. small guns, 375 men. and 7 small guns 250 m.en 36 draft' ,
Wlalleg Commea Jaw [ Good U Can Do and draft 220
200 lead mules
Seaton ,At Cientuegos: i Gunboat Scorpion, Lieutenant Com-
.-.ttI ; weUlt of air bas ofto M l'Be Accomplished. Battleship, Virginia- 'Capt.' mules.
e .4 ..I.I4 sts'I ,rrsliwJt in f@'fJt! 0""<>- Schroeder commanding-24 large Gunboat Marietta, Commander mander'' Hillary P. -Jones commanding pack mules and 100 riding

..." 'tau .b7 I.... jr air rj puinju ui That Itfey r ltlght *$'.been.:some time .since, I and 30'.small"guns 600 men and 200 William F. Fullman commanding -10 small guns 200 men. The pack mules ,are wanted_ for

t w ttlr h't wlMoa su MID\\l1''SSetl' IS Ii 1ouu per, but if you will, marines.Battleship; 6 large and 8 small guns 230 men. Disposition- of men: machine" gun platoons and mountain

: .. first tWfrtt'ut I the weight of till 'Asti'saya'few,words in Louisiana, Capt. Albert Curiser Dixie Lieutenant Com-i Marines to be concentrated at batteries. '

i I.ata saM ..... I, IvrwitiNl slightly byIA. 'j J to the Farmers Union. I Cauden commandlng-t-24 1arge\and mander Walter Hume commanding8 Philadelphia, Norfolk, Tampa and :

: t- tit* war tot)it* ... wltb compressed air> ,'eek before,last's !lissue'ot' 30s( small'$;uns 600"men and f 200'ma- large and 10 small guns 300 men Key West, and afloat-2,000. '\ riinia' College: :

... MttI t..*..1. l Ilt't'Owe Fi lflcaDyIT contaltrta **!llettrom! Mr.,Boyette, rines; .' and 300 marinas Landing parties of bluejackets Near Roanoke, Va., '"the; Magic
Ifd ... BI h MOU the ):aDf elsb, ." ,tod tiought'I'would reply Battleship New ,Jersey, twentyfourguns In Santo: Domingo waters ready available within twenty-four hours- City of the South," i's located'one of

.. ..... ttj.dtswta oa the weight of th'n *, *, d slot bavetbe, opport- in'main;batf rY. l -4 C i| i $ | for service in ,Cuba: 4,000 men.Practically. the most famous Southern* collegesfor

tU ,i4 that the cubic foot b I ,,BOyettejafd, in his letter Cruiser Denver,. Commandej1: | Gunboat Dubuque Commander Augustus the whole United States young ladies-Virginia. College.

". .... '"r wnirtlilns less than oDI ;t!* a.<\ime .when the C. Colwell commanding urges F. Fechteler commanding Army now in this country is ready to This institution is situatedona, com-

1 quarl.r uuw-w. The :abore4llMi cI: "-aauld,have the privilege of 15 small' #'guns"UO- men frIarge 'and'8, small guns. .300. 'men. I take, the{ ;field. in: Cuba.' .. :; manding elevation, with mountains
f\Iif heir '
IsN -
...., wflghtof alt own Products' It was .
) side. Half a milebeyond
tic' \ f'' towering on every .
t, ...J* at tbe 8 rfatltu ot than 1.1 struck theorganized "Opening of Wellborn High School.. flrst'balIof was:' Hearst, :309:' Sulzer, Beville-WHherspoon. mote-fromi! or th
Irkh 1M ture at 50)() d Ufl d eh) to' ., city-Jimits
q t. >i r e1eratl i inform you l 124;; DIx, 17;; .necessary to a, choice Madison ) noise and'smoke of industriaaedvityit
at Well- ( Enterprise
U..t.J air Ar air at high are thoroughly in The Junior High School 226 __ .
iris U""I..... tJ!' ,.eo ; l born will open on Monday, October John S. Whalen of Monroe was At the residence of Rev. T. C. enjoys of the quiet tl,life;seclusion, and yet its

? .... sftissrbl'I briar will neveritltaL 1f T }tISI aieJfararers flf& :'nixl{, i faith':'Prof: Ei' C. Boyd] as chosen for Secretary of'state unanimously Bradford last Sunday evening that I freedom avail country themselves of city
I.. bec&Ubntaa4 J: pupils can
tot this reason '
koffered them. We have Ud4on, assistant and Martin 'H.: Glynn of Albany Mr. occasion .
Kate in marriage
.........- 1'ft'J'tbJP' too soon 4 principal Miss gentleman united advantages when yarises.Electric
: ",,'" Gt:Jldttt1g> ', the. Cotton will have charge of the primary **, was unanimously: ) :! chosen, ''; for' John J. Beville and Miss Cornelia cars: run' frequent Inter-
< \yo & this! is a State controller.:
;; Ire are" not department 'The teacher for the intermediate Witherspoon. well known and popu- vals.Of
, $ 4 + 4+ ++++++ fighting- anyourselves been secured, William Schuyler Jackson was the mental training, lit should
D'detentng: 'has not yet: chosen for Attorney General. lar young people of our city. The that students
f out
suffice point
will be filled as earlyas
that t. think go will get but the place For state treasurer, Julius Hauser marriage while not unexpected came to be found
: from thirty are
Wl1t' will be
&i. St.nolTllhy[ and Tp IW.... they Win see I'am itataadIthu possible. Every effort termas of Suffolk was chosen. somewhat as a surprise to the many i here. For thoroughness of teaching
..... this a
,' made to make
Chandler nominated for Lieutenant
... been said was -
.. Vir-
6i 1 heretofore, and the faculty and friends of the young couple. The range of studies, equipments

:4M lit Buokkwping and Banking, ; i=s tbi J1;Nit:farmers in thati it, trustees hope, as usual: to have the Frederick Governor.W. Skene of Queens, groom has been a resident of Madison ginia College ranks very modern high. The im-
have every
of the scholars only a few months during which new buildings
[ ...i ruom-r nL Five months V Uoj.mJh08e of ,thatbacking help and ,co-operation was chosen for'state engineer and heat, electric
.1 be time he has held responsible post provement-steam
ee.hays ill 'the and patrons. Let all who can, completing the nomina- a
I the opening.C. surveyor tion at the depot of the Seaboard Air light, bath and toilet rooms on every
>' !rs.'We have the best present tions. I
: f, months for $40. t wi Line railway and has made many floor. A campus of ten acres sur-
jf -2 five ae eVer had in our: B. OLLIFF The convention adjourned at 2:20a. rounds the college. Pupils have
friends the people of
to among young
-- :dou't A. W. McLERA.'l.T. .
make use of m. advantages in
bride is the only special conservatory
the town. His
; W wk. aad Iatfd them in good '!!bebamped, everyone J. HACKNEY and elocution. A well
'!-'t1i1ake Trustees. daughter of Mrs. W. J. Witherspoonand music art
>;;1 N.nid14ft It the any difference H. H. McGhin and wife 'moved to since her debut a short time ago equipped library and a reading room

? -&ta..... t. as' Brothers., Live Oak last Tuesday because it has reigned as one of our most popu- are provided.
'j w.\?9&; 3Ve know_ our or, course, Is for ,us to know, and I I Discerning parents note these ma-
S COLLEGE ,we unionist follow : was impossible for them. to ,get a lar .belles.. For the'present, Mr./and
l urge brother '
enough that; my : would Mrs. Seville located at the home terial advantages, but they place a
: local house In Jasper. It be a pay- are
fi.hfra, There. are,, seven delightful -
Boyette suit that
spoke valuation yet
who of the bride's'motber. The New higher
Investment those own
: te ing
'U DAk. IU atd J i {b, ginnfng. Iodayjnvestlgat unions represented on this committee and ennobling social life which
'>, vacant lots to build houses on them, Enterprise extends congratulationsand '
den i : and we are'in It for business., the character of
for good
Pre jJ ; .. wishes the couple a Influences
L M. HATTON.t 4 and by so doing it will Increase population young
"I of ar Yours truly; to be
cotton: We very fortunate enough
m life's choicest girl
of every
mare. !J.Ouses.-Jasper measure
1 a 8."'E.-NEWMAN., circle.
"rbmers charming
and wlU brought within! its

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g" ?duty & G' 00 3 .
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it"a and for the annual pears to hare been occasionally written ns1urn d
and Specifleatl
;sr atntn1fund F ,
!'" S following is partislQrkllat: ;!'stars," sbotsfa'tuty 1egd'aohtllluvD .
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interes a oa the 1 adhand ::. --
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I t T- inaeoteanesa 01 saia uuy.theDlfycminlll"Gf : school -books 'which -are. nearly- as "roae." : ,Todd Identifies it, with the l assum .

It\aTdah ed-Y the u.y( r.a'&#=.r.\ rS. A1 :ITT ;' 1i1 t ,;A''&1 i fint9 Al.' i. _". -- m-t-, ,..'
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oaf FJ.9ri ;JU JIJ.IJ' >1 t= J :;.;.;I... A "i ad btherS.cAmb.I.o..t .... cense that word several times occurs In 44 ,;"?' .
Section.1., For ,the purpose of securing 40 cents. Shakespeare., Hamlet observes that .. ,
: and uniform rate of Baldwin's 6th and 7th readers comb ''"the king'doth wake tonight and takes ;,. "' ;.:. ---..
.an equal "
1; .-. ) .. lqlj-' J 7 i : i &' to'false w a ... ... :; # .J "; H.J '' *.'"' ., '- : .
.IS "cents.: his! Tensi" Bdw" supposed "=
taxation and to the'eurrent ei-' -
OFFICE vtfJ..d
; NQyELTljB ; X (
peniea'of tne1 Cltr&f Live OakVliorIda. ; ( =r Eggleston's first book in, Amcr '11istory'4b .. singe if{ f #edt..fl'ODJ ;.:Tome; .. *-,., .. fe Jf t '
i i for i Itl i rr cents.t'' it 1. mistaken for a..R taral ,as pea"
.forthtf'ensuingitaxjyearjsthere; '' 's-\' ," PnON.\-t. tl f tOt1' _- "" -
Fields Grammar S h t'fusi'SOtts.letcalra :pease. "sherry from "sberrls \- jl' r: ., ,... -. '
shall b levied\ sdcpllected'ppona '
% ( cherry": from "cheri!. But it seems -
.. !and out of the real and personal Elementary,English sots:; simpler to explain-"row5 as short forlln -" ,.. .:

property within the-incorporate llm- MetcalTs,English Grammar 4Octs. ." ex .: Octob rPirst' "

'._ 14 of..the city of .Live, ak !nond 'f Milnes Practical Arithmetic' SScts.Redway 'n fidffJ'!) < e'rOrdll J 4 ,, ''\ .,, .r I') -', I. o;.- t .t _f.-:
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fO,4t.h; 7 M ..1901th, :
t' 40 cents. J -
mills the dollar. .. =
An attorney In Philadelphia who U4 ".r KiiberI ,'dlr ..
;,/ Sec. 2. For providing a sinking Redway & Hinman's .Nat. Ad Geog. makes specialty bf, proseeutin salts ( direct1/' from: the' importers, airgrade'of ,iJfIT .._, { .. -

;::7 fn bpd.p'af,1 th korided'in: e >" 86( cents. against railway companies growing out goods"are'wfiat"yoli'wat' : :, WA. lave..... .;-; .of .. tM 'f } ttM.. "!
; ,
on. the it0.00i114': ; eb4ed\ 'Smith's Primer.of Physiology 25"cts. of Injuries due ta accident on the line j. ,; ;: ,j -V, .' .. 1'e 1tJtpa. mlll"'. -.

ness of the 6iJl3r.o'f.'ilve'o'ak...;. Florida Smith's.Elementary:Philosophy;133c.: : tells of the trouble experienced in the .h.n NoM. i 'id 0 (-- '-
; dated February 28th 1906 there SteelesV Hygienic Physiology, 65 cts. cross examination of an Irish witness, :: :W**l J stl i ie: "eivecars. : of _! w i .... ;: .

shall be levied and collected upon Swinton's,Word Primer 10 cents. This witness had, evidently been care- Hay and have onload >300 barrels of thefiu_ k9t .--,.
fully coached'by counsel for the com-
and out of the real and personal Webster's Academic Diet. $1.15' ;FOEt --
property'w'I lthla ,thco! rporate;itmltstet11e Wh1te's School Algebra 73 cents., pany,:for'when'thet question was put to ;Flake flour made_,i inNebraskaytheiome; : of: nI l 'fr 'Ittf. ';;;'":, '
tell +t tt4
elm man foundon.the i_
the track
Wu (.ciaU
City1ive O8kl1da'forth7ear And many'others at reasonable I ; ,, ; .!l b _,J ; tbe tKIffk .
a total stranierr the belt -
: air of'lij'ofone'"milFon.the ''nice: line-of'school rt, ttfJ.i\tn
A. D.1906'a, 'f prices; besides a' plied; Competition,Candyin .3Q-lb.pails .",.; ,1ii fut
: ., dollar: supplies *X' botiid'sa1"1l; t; 'slrv Seeln this ttat I'f'H his 14 Is. '
"Sec ordinance shall '' : '" .P natellas) ; Aniitsi.Ferdandez and'R i t 'of the -
% 3. TJbia go left leg was gone.1! should'say;sir, :: tlti .

; laid? effect'iinmediatei/upon\ 'lU'pasgage -_ that he were a'partlal Itranpr.-WoC ( .. "f, Honest Money{ Tobacco'"I 1Jei1ii 4UL4. je.} .-
; by the Council and approved'by ,I II man's1 Home Companion.' ::4.-1
.. Me. U. K.s4f4 tlIi 11 1- e
i Hand J Peanuts St,
the :, BAM" EWDSBAISDEX ., '!. Virginia ,>t.Nt. "
Mayor I I & .
II !
Introduced b1.T.L.,White, member j !I a i'> |fe.a.'A ., ft, ''T''affy'Tou l +borgtii%. Chewing| Gum Y:' ;tt44,; ,. 1tc$" II. ...,.,.,.."'"
; 4.. _. ; _respectable.honest Afussulmanand .. l'' -..,' 1. Eit ....
of tbeCityCouacU, and passed by.the' BOLDIXG' mllllons' of ; II' ".':
; of COU1'l8'there rir 'j .. gad tot Ike 1'8et it 41 -
? City,>)uncil'tnls> nth, day of''Septemb'er .I i' o -> > i-, r Masi iIi l it"entitled to: that. 'descrlptionwUl : ml Va I. $t i it i- "-'
'A., D., 1906. I I' Phone 106.i i;: ;; 'not" wallow alcohol 'If be k ..M L .

,- Attest:'" .. ,' .;t0.bJ'! t. knows 'It, 'seven for :'the'!'good .of'',his DveOak&4erage&C't LN4'i. No. U. ... Sa-- ",
b' ,, :N&Ui-fo. n. fH.
I. '..CHAS-H.IBROWN' I I'Q;' ;: > \ health}:will not llttt'tbejwemnUr''l: : 1 ...
,. Prest of,City.Council. ,..;' even 1f.lltttnllt is essential the.;life K*. 11* Nf. t
otb14ivifg, or.daughterj.wlll not.take, Epl"Vi'liofesale'drbcers-Oratn(j .,HHW ; it Is ,.. .. 3' :
s.I P,-MAtS, City Clerk. TnmTY-EIGIIT ACRES'jk' "I, ; : ;when: l ,'airtC'C WbtreOt, ... ... -;
out insurance, faUurtofdo
an even X f 1mX
ItS."P. Mays City .Clerk' of _the .
; CUfjol14".Oak" hereby 1 sovln.E.isT LIVE: OAK ,.pRt} ness competition! and will not In a, ..#4 HW'J llJ'Hn.t "1111'" .y. ;If: _'! '_ ." .. 'c' 1.: of the at.of '.
,"_" certify that the,above and.foregoing LYING' EAST OF 'OHIO country : by' Mussulmans from'. the Cspll3I.s ... -
; ordinance was 'duly
; passed by the City Council of the City sity'such as" destroys"'freedom of- will : : '4ay j
;. of?:Uve! Oak, Florida,-, on ,the 17th ., '', ', -, accord equality to"men' of any other HOT wrmt- t
f'It tRA
day of September ,A. D.; 1906, and FOR SUBDIVISIONTO faith., In these respects be b a'fanat- CUT '
Ii stff
the.same Is hereby certified to the THE CITY OP UVB k"-that is, h _will .ad,upon, the pre [ erttaf1 _3". ,.

: Mayor for, his approval. OAK. : : : : : t" cepts of hlg creed a. terpJeted.brl its. AMERIQAN PLAN.JAGKSONVILJLE j; r 1U/'hnoL, t t1C .r 1 !: .

Witness my band and;.the ,seal of jVITHIN VIVE I VTES' doctors,;without reference to any,:other, _. esCosttf. 1

of said City this 17th day of September consideration, and especially,, without;, PL t. 11i T

.0 ,..A,,D. 1J06. WALK OF COURT, HOUSE reference to convenience or,to the opinions .;,(, : '- .btwttw to Am '" .-. ]1&11. I -

,(Seal), LOTS 150, Y.\RDS..FROll moral l or otherwise, ot'D lU'i) of ,. "' .". .,1 1 I.J '. '., '...." ..., I ,'., I".J.; : tetn' .. .'-
any other faith. A MUIS1l1 creed 1eJe ..
I' B.P MAYS City Clerk. THIS PROPOSITION ARE JI'I for him the'' operative: law W custom Rates; :$2;50 and Upward 'Rooms! and PrhitelT3.00 virtue of; th. =\ .. .

Examined and approved by'me this SELLING TODAY'AT ONE is for a Chinaman'or a.caste rule a ld. ;Vp'. 9f rtorld&. uUq it ....

September .17th, 1906.M. THOUSAND DOLLARS. : for a Hindoo or duty for a good:Englshman -' 1 slat the Bdentp" "'.sand Nti. _. =-'

., } -or|rthatvwhich' is cewnlent r ; :...
1: BROOME Mayor. 2 AI.\ ;' J 40 hereby
: : A far jk reapeciblft5 j'jenchmanough .. an4. =\1... .. ;" "'"
11 IO Cals etall S ii tk'
I Uisnpssed 1M tbtW
t | there li. fit together .
fi .. $6 R\O : air ppmta'upoa'wilTbreak RCi ) : : .. ;.. .. \t "
U the law espedaUy foe gain, 1,p
r there are also points especially thosewe H. N. O'NEAL PROPPiJi ., will 0\\ the lit' W e4FL : &-"
r'u hare mentioned upon which he D! 1941. egply to .. .

FOR THE ,38 ACRES. will,, not-rather will \\be.chopped: in' ', ., 't*. .-. ' Bfoyll'4.G ytftof cd..i-

i pieces or .chop you and, ,take, all consequences R :..,: tot letters pjtut ... sieea .. "'
'serenely.London Spectator. I xlJUST A the "Ur Oak &H** *** a-- .

\ IVood ,! i company' sa4rcharter 'M topoaed .... ;

IIU .Thuerhti.l '0 1 r tNoa .$$Iis .. Ii-' ; .
Estate and Investments '
y ys ,Real Several physicians were relating how now tie t. tk .... ., "

ILUSDEN-BUILDING., I carefully their wives looked after their ,A 2 horse wagon load of itJ Laatm-- nf State,. 1M ...- 1 14L III- a* 1It... !' r".

interests and how diplomatic they were your graces f' .
2 18 inch wood for $1.50. .
Phone 196.PROFESSIONAL tn saving them from' doing unnecessary I' \" II I. TI'.1. .. ?"* iI: ,..
night'work. One doctor'gave an' be fresh in aHKj \\". JldbNa.i .. tom
Instance demonstrating how, the 'best. Furnished on Short,Notice. Ii',1-- "-",
B. \;. UduU1Mt
laid plans, of men and mice oft miscarry No groceries, not event }:<
fl A. IN
THE PINK'OF PERFECTION CARDS. : Leave orders atM. L. Burnett&Co. 'i-- *,S Itaarg&tot ...'
Chu. 1!. .. ss.
for -
"When I got home this morning at 3 goods, are the better -=
in soda ,water is found L.E.ROBEB30M. A.&SMALL.TJ o'clock dead tired from attending ,toa Y H. WIMBERLY. f. Y. Eo 1r"fi ... .

without effort in every OBERSON & SMALL trying case." be remarked,"I almost tN01010s010 O4O4HMtN04O( -o We.look after thatp J Wattrr i. "" fIWAId" '
dreaded to look at the hall table 'upon J. C. na..... ..,
:glass drawn from, our im.niaculately which my wife always leaves 'a note business carefbDythSthat !i1; P. 11. iletiwr. _t .

when there Is an' urgent calL I, was The Great Headache\ Cure, :,. 1. 8. lrtftarter
ATTORNEYS -> -:- -
tale. naturally: delighted to find that 11,, did ,our stock wiU' ;
Will do general practice in State and not have another,call to make and at of **J1 Mt .*.. ... ;.
favorite In.. flavors. Have once hurried to .bedroom and. with BromoPepsinNote :
Federal Courts. my fresh. .Tblck ft Supply Cb **f.6.v1l1d .. -
.it? Syrups sweet, water out lighting 'the gas undressed. in the -
,' ROOM r AND S [UI-STAOS], !swat Buu nn a. ; ".
dark and tumbled into bed. the Word ersigned herelsyt
clean.pure and sclenting.. 'PmouBNo.190. Pepsin. We cannot tell. Io J I =
"My head touched something on the \ together for tbss I'
tally carbonated why LIVE OAK. : : FLORIDA.C. pillow. I lighted the gas to investl- Headache.c I IBdlgestlon.> + all we : ng a torporiUoa see .., s a

'lho1 ldn't our sodas suit, rate and found that my thoughtfulwife CURES lIotmlli.! KerTo&s&ess space what .! %I : t thor Stat, pC T1t& ts+r4 ......-
.S.BBOWN. r.E.THOMASON had pinned there a note so thatI + ttIIJ ... ,
everybody! should not fall to, it the in and see us, or t ; 'm&proposedttrtet: ...
BROWN &: THOMASON, see .:,informingme On, Spot. Lao bd Place ofARTICLE 1 -' -
that I was wanted at once without <
needs.Anbngj1.t.,1s. .
fan to can oo a distant' patient as BOOB 19. Opiates. Ateolttelj Haraless.. your :: t ._ "''Io-- "

City Pharmacy U I arrived,home, no matter at,what. lOt' PHONE 85 :: .ttoa 1. The suet of tfciUf vie ..
Zit, ,
PHYSICIANS SURGEONS, lour. -New York Press. w 'I halt :I [ .v
be "The ,
... "'''* '=
PHONE 73 un:OAL : : i FLORIDA. for gals By ,k..SilPPJ! Company." j...... .'

Buy your .School Books and The City Pharmacy MAYS BR( ,;. The principal Hi d,. .. t1IIaFIII -! I
School Supplies at sI
,. a the eorporatioa siaM DiofUv ,

Just Receivedat L. M. DIXON, Florida Book' Supply Co. 41-23-trwi-Yr.LIVE OAK, FLA. FREETWICE' DELI\'ERY'-- '. .'City Hatida but Oak the ta eorpwaaa4.t.***** ,......

DENTIST. We will treat you right and give .J". tbe' right to ltt
BOX, you a chance to win two inv point wltkla the tatotraaaf IL. r !

ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND.: BRIDGE: $25.00 prizes. L1; 'ly .... --
.. .
New Fancy'' Waists in WORK. : SPECIALTIES. ':Nature of The n.taM N rOrr ",
--- --
silk lace net and Don't Have Your Cart ,AS ?De Transacted. :
nuns- ; .,.
M.E. : 'MANY '.. ARTICLE 11. 1
veIling. : ..,. ---
Work Butchered, a .. e nt .. 1it

Ready-to-wear Hats, ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAw Cook, Persons I.o \e ..7 ** SJLUMtltMls ..
At the Mill!
A.3 aba .... .....
for ladies and children LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. I u be to *.jr. .4. f "

for Expecte3ty Nt and 1U&nafUi." .. ...
early Fall wear. Win prattle b all the court of'the Stat Spec .b11ei...
,. Cement. atone .4
kl attention sivea to Conveyance CtQection >> .
of R.ttti,l Eu. All buiineu promptly! attead. whe.the babyf1Plteame ifi un -n;' ..... ......'
Kid Gloves., elbow edto.NOTARY PUBUC STATS AT LAMB. I am t llie J Timber r Cai1 Man why the "little you should ;.! lot bulf4bs 94 'ma\efW.,. +artm. ,

length. Little WAp crow to biglittle a.ute1l. household farnIa t-- *r 1A

I thing. ba the baby'a A1t ba aIJIII! : f: tA hold,. buy. MIl u we.
Under- DR. J. W. WEST and stein
New Muslin tiff, can b.
I Build them under a Guarantee. averted by keeping periwiD3. : 'o4erise II k4 *
rjrr engage
wear in beautiful 'deSIgnS. Physician and Surgeon Have Built Hundreds and It keeps the MeGEFS and bowels BABY right.ELDUB.ttomith Takll. s1 1.f, .... 1' to hut' tad sell ant 1.I t* .**.
". am- Building more every day. away from teething u.. Mab. aA1( babies ---a':r'dbablees ) an 4t tt ..,. .II I pl-
Office: Carroll Building, ,Ohio Avenue. wen. Pleasant to tab. Good for delicatestenachs. and .
For Best Prices ; chsttels; .. 4
Residency at Ethel Hotel Write sick. 26 teats and 60 teats bottle at p .ltntl'1"holeu e u4"p I:.1 '. .
noa.-omee.N..1G8t ;

Mrs. E. 'N. Lawler. 1 Drag LIidea"Stan Noe.Barclay D CII'*118-Grwr)H..I' P. 0.Bex ,... 4.' TAllAHASSCC A Io N,, rut., 1JVE..OAHLDBUG; COMP J1 "'-' -.'&tWbustesg'" ;,i.#, -.fJf-i' -fI'nhA.--, to.} hay. sohr iay. i- .. .....-

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,. f T t1TM'IIM: t\' gr Hf-- .
:;;'--_", ",-,,,,-,:,,,,,,,-. h ---- a:
-- =
supplies andinotl nf.-.faraltnre andharjwf8 '
-' '''.
and to. hake all power *' ads *J. *,,'h.--, ..." 1. ... finf ...*"J.*. /. 1f .

Couatty, earyand acid l tltf!! a1, nec- t '. .. tI e .1 VA V li U 1'.1 it. .' ,
a ,whoieaal an reijl1 b a1 sa jti deal ,. .. ;
'\-:- ''I "
40.NoL xt in stockibonds notes,0rtgageasn&allvi4enceot t, ..
T r i.I '1 .. c /
CLAY. indebtedness.' ,' "
.., r_ ? ud r of State ofve Sec.:2."'corporation shall have ,.. ,a;." I, <.T \ 'I ", I _\ ,. 'It :t4t ,tSt. : I. :.,"': _,'i_ '

d wry d .. : n
eJ1jr"Yir.j' fil 41J J' ,.
Co)'001 elan : ,' 4 ;.1, II "' -',. y ,'J',
-r it:1Jf ii < I "
,: 'tI g; r: 1: :, .. .11K V .nnder.tlt lai'.ate..&tat 'ot:Flor1- j .. .- ._ '
.. :1 -'" da. '\To"uraT' .ndb "sued\ln>its!corporate .. .
"" ; '
. -
'' I
'T' tr 'capadtyl to"contract'Jand"becontracted i
; :
HJl'aj' t Tuesday next .J!
<< -pn with; to issue certificates r
NondaylnNo-; 8 ocb i \h &10-:,ihi corporation:
'Ti:0 f.Wsafd Tues- deal in and -:
to Judgments decrees'and
: FLOIJD.\ KOmiJ. o1fi 't: tjltp fiC tojd ((.tl thoeq } pgsjpot J ncoasistt, .: S

LIVE' //[ I ... $,.chaltepaad, Uae9n;, < EVE'RY-iGHTE
SUveofthesecondDistrict's I sistent with the corporate. laws of .
,, .
? Florida the said State of Florida. ;
t, ,; .'' ;;' '.!.' -- = I-
the '
gresf o(
lober FA .
First .l .; .\Capital Stock...
; .
"' d Commissioners for ARTICLE III.

Pt /_t'cfr,' mJNtti }7orlda. Section 1. The amount of the j. '." ---0' .. "
'1 f. tM -.' ,, Court stock authorized the ,
Importers and if of tie Supreme capital by cor -- /
I && ,
p : -a*> 4 :
. t.W of Florida.:, por tio : ; : .
Iou warnt, we hate.thP'!ih;, ,hers of the House ofjjberspfj ($ ,"> .. t2.

1U I- 1' 11",, : a the .)State QfTaxes. I ,. : .'. ,
. fear carcof No111Newt' value : : '"
.. tai .. l Mrre1i of the Fam '4fflt lars { .
tor., stock i .

.. t tM home of W.,J,: n snier. 'c later ; ... .. .
..,. tyt ou tasigneray the:: ( : : '

Kb* &*4y in 9$.% pails : > Jthe Countv u.& : 1
$Uc'instruction; ltal 1 :
.. ... ........ and Resago CMif : AD! tie Peace in and for time '' {' \ : : I ""*" H pri4< 1-1 >W T -. P iV%

T. "b1's1'i1' : Board : .. ..i..,. .. .f/
.... b *1 : .''''' "
,., pQ; !;No. 5, No. 6. No certiftc ,' : / ; '
- .. 'r- '!
HtJII. ..f PtNMU : ;
: : .
+ '
tl lit; Nor 11No. i2, to the : I ., -J": d d
IN ter 1 C1tewing Gum lla 11vNG; 15:No.,16 and th '") ; : K
n- capital
:;: 4L after-
In aid for the follow- as '

TU. No. 1,Ne.No. each; ,,

& tafflissilGrain {;NGU 5I4is:6, 7r} form ;

U o 11No, 12, No. sodl: ed : |
'-" ft'Na. ll;< No.' 1* and |

:- tom,> 'and HayHOTE: } The '
( Wfctreof.wnate I here- ,
: I. .iij&t .'Jat. i I..' ltmQ> State,and,of affixed Florida fhelyjfjbe 1: F:: "" y <\/ %

\ I, the J. Capital, "thisttSeptember a i "', .,'r-8 .
A. D, exist,' '

)ON ," NI ) .
: 'C&T'CRAWFORDv solved
*"' "
; -' Secretary of State ,

iIH PLAN. [i fllern'Sheriof Buciutt -

NVIILL..t FLORIDfee .,-.-L.I"" ;-...'' .. :1, : FEE. /

ilUttaca i 1 to Apply For Letien .
; '
1 ( ** and Private Patent: under
> tsd bf1 vlrtq o the 1 laws of of a
.. .. .... aU.. ,,. .
;;' Mi. i Flerlda:noticeiiEherebythe ,: dent,- / I/
-- I ,nadersljaed;(have,seW -

... hit ., ..... i. he( ,SodPROPRIETY j aerforthe'purpose fices

--ALt a IIiI Jiian>4ratgd, ody po- be ; .
.. i. and ,
on the 19th day of .
-r-1! -- .R. jJ!.: p Hon.! "

Ga4raar,of tltip State to .

JUSTA I. .letters patent:", jncor"UTrOali"BiJelc tion :\ : 'I.. _,
: andflripiay" I at 'no -41',] I '. f" ,

under ,the 'follow-' nor 'm , "."
:: : : :
h arter, the original{ of '

1 lOw Oil the h1'the'office of I ,
... .
ftq of State, for the:State the shares.'j
.:it Ille, About your ..Vtft! -.,,, at '
*$ .*. .. Rt mmm
R. J. .
l : ?: .Taylor..B.
... be fresh in all season "
': W. J.Uhlman.r ., Oak

.... I I t No groceries, not even casifoodi I r .{":',. ..W, Helrenston.A. In I I I be furnished promptly on
Ir.. ,
A.Lee Humphreys. i to
) "
;it y ; are the better for age. I, <,,;,+;.;,-:."': (1w.'H.", Brown.. has' G. E. HERRING
J= '
I ,,1R E, Thomason. and Agent, L. & N. R.: R.,
I I 1\'. look after that part of f' 'Waltei-1'Bryson. tion, No. 118 W Bay St.,

\ FLA.
:- 3. C. l1atsd Ji.
-. f builnfw carefully, buying i fl f; F'.,H.v"Bremer. shall'' Y ATTRACTIVE TRIPS

I ,y.- J, 8,, :'''
that our stock will alb ) *" ,.Baisden.of "- -AT-<
bid. ; I
si barter .'li e Dve Oak roW'R.\TES
ftp F
frwh. tritr;
,siiPp1 i Company -
i :)<.ho ', Fl I
ff' pl'e tell in I Iffct {'! Live I '
cannot you hereby associate.
'- & "" tOgether for the purpose ern Railway

.,- -. l !t.s_ 11_ what all we have. 0 i.torPOlaUon under theunder \!

,at&34pt S. '' ) JACKSONVILLE
; J'rl4\ ge
In and telephone .
lee us, or --
i proposed shall
is' charter:. ; : : Atlantav Ga., 'and Return.
7wttr need& ad ,of Badness. of [ on sale Sept. 29, 30;
.. ... -'ARTICLE \. October 7; extension toOctober
...- PHONE 85 ; Oak, '
tn* >Mmes-''''I the orltt 22.
.. be' '*ThA Live Oak I Richmond, Va., and'Return.
h Oak '
1'Coin UJ." on': sale October 1;
MAYS BRO ..:" fie" 'Pdnefpal place of I ; limit' October, 8.
'ot\o: ofporatlon' shall be'Othe'O ors : San Francisco and Loa Angeles -

FREE DELIVERYACt f k 1 18uwannee of One'Way (second class)
4&t.)but> the corporation I Tickets on sale dally Sept 15
,Vie"! 'tight to establish to October 31.

{'bJ, r; : of' turn-Tickets on sale daily to

-"'" -, -, of' The Business to the September 30; limit October ,
:i Do ject 31.
ANY '-rdgI' a Chicago, HI., and Return-
Tickets on sale daily to September

8rUOtS,11M ; >. i.i) !.r aeral'aature) N 31: limit October 31.
H traasacted-fcy' the Saratoga, N. Y., and Return
1 l- be to buy sell via New York, allowing ten
JMccte .
a'manafacJurj in days' stop over Washington
-0 4....4.1R+..atas. cement stone and Baltimore Philadelphia orNew
t" } t i, ", tN ...lab n; York. Tickets on sale
": Ad rnanutaab
f "'- .Ft. .........." !' ,'- \f ng'materialhousehold I. dally to September 30; limit

. :. :: AIIkb1a11!:: "- -, furniture I October 31.
"''' = .. other attractive rates.
.. perfect ,toldt* buy+, sell or .tors f 'I. further Information apply to
engage in and F
<" .. ,
tMW. Talee.aU & :} J. K.' 51CCALL
.' 1'S11:& >andi6ell!: i and !O' !
Wii ...... L4bi1.. bot ... and Ticket Agent.
"- ,
.... delkste wosi !llljtidsQf pert i; : ( FREEMAN,
; ... i$ sad chattels ( JAMES
,14. .... a1 Four CJ"IP ; jto". gnRholesje 45
.. : .. Passt'ngf'1'gt'nt
;: : -- .,*., and' re- ; ;
St. Jacksonville Fla

> __ OO.pA.Nfir J ,-' a fe.#..toods ess' .. "to,'&bay' c, .r1 and; f 10, iJfw: iHelientton;UTe Oak. ,Flori- HIT. ._ formation, acbdules. time tables, Bay Phoae iUS..t .

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.1Wei i y1u'itlh'Ti' FR116i.M AND ., t.f.i ,..
W !
ri I
) ; < !Ae ls .' TileY .. t. 1 .
J't -tt".ia -It; > ,
to John Temple Graves at Atlanta 10 .: '-; .''f!_ J
There (s no difference of opinion ,
tI i nl... F --
,. know bow the Northern press co I G) l "" I
PUBLISHED-EVERY APTEBNOON, among enlightened, representative help the' cause' of right In the ao ; DO': ..:. : 7'1 !J.... '? I : :_; ..AdS &.tMt -- -
i ... ,
,; .. t <
Southern peoplethat the brutal and1Qurderoul < 1ai' .\ '
: Hon ot the Southern negro problem ,
"* in 't'l.
J.F.i SHERWOOD:; Editor grl. 'worg of the Atlanta mob' and John wired back this reply, "\&rWi, tlOtt''TK' I ,: w.i-
.... i 8!its attack upon m the colored** \people which. proves WaSa wise man inja ,, :'' --*

TEE'LIVE OAK POBUSHISG.jOHHS. I rf that city resulting Infekllling great"eoeri cyr "You can help,By Mineral li Springs, "otel. : D JA IL .. .
*W -41".t*rfT ,
i | [ to the denun
W ft giving wo paragraphs ;

:' -* if. .; yiTiimi andwounding i.: mdrtf fof innocent Wftitm negroes..."*i Y, datioaLoL rape wh,re you give one HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED' :GOOD TABLE.'!! :."" ,; .
Entered at the i post-office.. Lire WATER IN EVERY ROOM BOWLING ALLEYS. BILL1UO'T t'l .,., .
was a crime not to be excused and to the denunciation of lynching"And ; I.It! : : ,
Oak, Florida, as Second Class Mail : P ONECONNECTIONS. WELL_ I STABLES : SHyRATES ; .... ,.,.
in : ,
which should be rigorously punished. there you have it a nntshe'LJohn '
Matter, November 7, 1905. ;1 JAI r .....01. 'hLeru -<
.. _.,,,,,- ,'- --" .1(ut our people are equalJy sure ,that, Temple deserves well of hidpeople REASONABLEADDRESS' '17 ILESFRCYU'If -".. .
..... of for w sUng n5faprds"lijfmro* &GULF .tOUECneUT_ .<< ooh I toll
THE' DAILY ''DEMOCItAT'wIli he back that crime 'was ,an inciting "1 '

'mailed 'to any(part;at theJPnited.!. cause;Which -made the\? of') inevitable* VighftcTithe tng rhetoric on corafln the_ subject a, jifrteflparjigraph. and going- Pf ILK HOTEL.. DOWLING( PflRK.Live .Fi : --l 1Ci fitttt: Ie..

: ,States,spostageprepaid, for 55.00 and Until that cause Js removed, .. Jtltet4l.r. .. .eelIp
The South hafc never been ..;toad ........
per year; $2.5L( forjjlx jtnqntbs.. ; ptlier;.mobs..and perhaj! >.s worse.iOhes4. treated*with simple Justice by- the -e "f __

5J1.25 for three months, or will as surely appear as effect follows ashi 'N'of 'Bulat Oard*. ... ..
Northern press in matter '"
'#50 cents for five weeks, in advance. cause. But even as the Almighty ,Oak M'f'gl L;r at U'7 lire II
rule for the papers up there have 1 4
Delivered to any part of the city maketh the wrath of man to minimized the atrocious :T'f1:.. --'.'.. -
I I persistently YrUlts.l.
"&;.by carrier, for-10-cents-per-week- serve him, so"inthis ,case has"the and .tntolerablr'rlme' 'that" has .IF-;) B." ETUI : ";

bloody work of the Atlanta hood. II OD the
of ,
t brought on the lynching and have 'f tesDlen

':{t DEMOCRATIC NOMINt tS. lums brought about a fortunate burdened their columns with dentin ..........,;

sequel which perhaps might not have ciations of the South for thus avers; Lumber! Shingles Ice Electra ,se. at the CUt n'l n8" ....
Far Member of Congress, 2nd Congressional been reached in years.if less drastic ,: .. '"
= white
District: II lug the wrongs to our women. If

1\ FRANK CLARK, of Columbia. medicine had been used. The sharp I the pregnant words of Mr. Graces Power :and Turpentine! .. .
sudden destructive 'storm the resultant .
? ,
-- tIN. .
4 -
shall be widely circulated they may *
For Justice of the Supreme Court: ,,"

'CHAS. B. FABKHILL.of EaeambiLJ' of atmospheric, conditions long help to work a long-needed change. Electric Lights: in any part of the city furnished}? Gee. Stewart .tat pr.t.e d.+ ao...M.. +.. .. b". .

: JAKES B.WHITF1ELD. of Leon. accumulating, clears the atmosphereand ; morning OD a
In the attitude of the Northern press. this! ,.1> _
restores the normal status and or, Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.. D: .
'For Railroad Commissioner I ?.. t. fJ .--
,, f ., NEWTON A. BLITCH.of Len- just 'so the itorm of riot and crime The 'and' influ..; day and night current:for manufacturing purposes.]'i
: which broke upon Atlanta as there, ;:of Lake City ae.B. .
k B.HUDSON BURR.'of Bade.; ene. of the press of Florida is a sure retail Ice-out of I.RodJe W..
sult of vile negro outrages long continued Wholesale.and City orders have' bonN 10OL ftitt""
: Fer'Kem'House of Representatives; and gratifying proof"of the-progress j for a ,",'" .
: and rapidly growing in number and all orders promptly filled. g
Lion .
i W. R. DORMAN. I i of the State not merely immaterial j1etcber *1', :
w.IL McCLELLAN. upon helpless white has _
women things but in\ tae- nlightenedpublicsentiment tJ .-

For Tax Assessor; cleared the moral atmosphere in and (ud.generatt educationalinterests OPERATION ENTIRE SUCCESS completion with tae 'r of Perry WM to t iithts .
A. D. HEMMING.. around that city, the criminal h-It.IfOat.
..J 1 negro for which theLprss- nit:: The selectloa of tl morntn, leduC

::1:. For Tax Collector. element has been whipped and scattered ly and emphatlclcally stands A ao: Little T>io.Ver-Old Girl. Returned the ticket, and the t Ej friends. *
.. 'J.K.MtEKS.. the growing of the ..
4 a arrogance table prqpf of this lsf urnlshed by the Home Well As Ever. L. Woodruff to sue.. M fei
'" ;' f whole negro population pas retelTed ,las ..., ... '
: ) t I ol art
; For County Treasurer: J a'salutary'check-, people : ton
of the Pensacola Journal ands before the visitor ia our
e 11 have been thoroughly aroused to daughter 'ot' Mr. and Mrs convention .. !;

of SchoolAI.A.ADAMS. Board;, the necessity of removing the ,obvious me figures given of the remarkable! J.'B. Newman Live Oak; Fla.'whowas it! only remained tot tit isoa Enterprise. ....... j jk
f"f'ember.> 1 growth ,bf that rpaper.4trianli')1ajesstook ) to ratify all that hi}i | : "
t ., 'upon' for appendicitisat -
:J n.M; CARVER. .: ,causes) right Bunder their eyes :hold of several r .yeas,; ago, and adjourn.. = ** tI.ttt<<
; meron
E.R. WISE. every day which have most largely the Macon Hospital September 7, IJf wrt :
when it had a roll of vt* to his \
pay vJ75 per HMMMSTAKYIXU 9UJ *
: For Member Board County Commissioners: contributed to the prevalence of leaves that tostltutJon)today ,for ,her mornlnf. .. rt-
week and a NOTUs Ii this
circulation of,600.
M. L. BURNETT.J. crime. The negro saloons and/dives home cured.. ,. 10 I"'

C. DAVIS.J. and dens have been:driven'out- of business pay rolljis; JSpoiper?week.aad stiff:its The fully developed case of appendicitis Because her stomach| his ..' "
J. H. GRANT. circulation is 5,840. 'it has a' I. est 'E: Bradley
'--i W. A. TISON.J.J.DEMPSEY.. ; the insolvent gangs of negro vagrants including editorial, business and in so young a,child has au.sed.. ened by useless dra j: 1m g man of MadisoB lit ta'it i' ....._ .-

broken up;' the Jails are mechanical departments of thirty- much wonder among the local physicians could net eat Mrs.Maqi] city this aornlnj. ... I -- -
-- ,. .crowded with the loathsome vermin; and surgeons, and when the of St- Clair St., Co1tltia ., -e2'suer
y- V' three , Jxas_.Just. .,,movedinto '
';It is said that the American inter. the negroes have been disarmed; and its- own- home, expressly- designed' case was first ,brought to the attention literally starving to ; H Baker, a p......

eats In Cuba rate fat considerably. better ,yet,.the educated negroes, the and'built for its use.-and'one of'the| of the hospital authorities they writes: "My gtomwa' ii. hUt of Alachua, arrw4 t* .thi ..

mare than $$100,000,000, and when preachers and others whose teachings ,' could hardly believe they had madea i. .
( handsomest newspaper'offices; !n (he from; useless drugs that!: yesterday afternoon er
and have been proper diagnosis. 'The little two-
examples long steadily
we strengthen our. Bold on that now Gulf States. There's for n .. =
}progress and
squirming Island our ''enterprIsing widening ,the breach between the you and while It reflects the highest year-old girl underwent, the dangerous my nerves 10 ; ,1)). Stone of Lake CUr. fcc. Itwt.
two races, have been terrified into and painful operation successfully I could not sleep; u4
Yankee investors will double thatamount Ur 1
credit upon Mr. Mayes and his loyal :ton in the city T ttr ... B*
in short-order common_sense and a_sane view of the however,: and has been convaies- : was givea' vast *
ifter affair fyIltts
assistants, it has an eYell.wlde1'.ldgn{ i business #
fi. race question and are vigorously cOoperating ing since coming from the operatingtable. try Electric 'tters' !vitltl
ficance in the proof !it gives of the !
with the whites to ful result that Improtasj
:It's about to come off in Cuba unless rapid growth in numbers of newspapers 5 RP. Moseley. of Lift 0 k, o*. tar ) ilrt -
criminal negroes to justice and per- Though it is considered a wonder; at once,:land a complete tuEnterprtM.
all signs fall. Those people were readers in West -.-Florida, in the city wvertl daft + "
manently remove the causes which that the. case was appendicitis, is Best health Toaje'tSOe. I .
'turned loose to govern themselves which is'but another!' phrase :for |\1 he. L-lIadlion .-.
led to the of the seemed Guaranteed tjGroover >k
,up reign mob. Butt equally as strange that the '
about a :, rapid progress In Intelligence among I -- tit I---
century too soon are
' hardly more fit to run a. republic better still, the crisis in Atlanta sent the mass a 'of the people.' ''And whatis effects of the operation could be over- ; druggists.- r., A. tt West, of 8ft*% *..kTille l n

than the Filipinos, while possibly a an electric shock throughout Georgiaand true of Pensacola, in this ',respectis ; come by the child., The operation wu ia the city tM. t.... tats _.
the whole South, and our people especially delicate in this instance CROSSING TEB,Itt]'
slight Improvement over the. true all over Florida. and registered at the ItMI.j .
pure have been brought to sharply realize was performed by Dr. ,Howard J. "
breed that has misgoverned j -
negro so long .
that in tolerating the hordes of negro Williams Sunset and evening itu
and robbed and raped Mixed Metaphors.A Carr A. Hard... SUtrt At ... aW'
vagrants loafing in nearly every Though little And clear call for" j
Elizabeth is too one. ,
Haytl and San ,Domingo. The Cubans p F for this circuit I.fton yMttetSstr\ .. a.-
Southern ommunity'.they have been minister said to his congrega. young to understand now how nar- And may there be no mbar 1fat3'; .. _
: for toi
need a strong territorial government, ? a buslaew flip ,_ 4
fatuously encouraging conditions lion according to the Christian Re- rowly she escaped the call of death -i
the kind they got from General Leon f a ill! -
fearfully dangerous to the peace and gister, "Brethren, the muddy poolof and she will be glad to again be able When I put out to ML' eney ..
ard Wood, but Heaven forbid that -
order of society amid which rape politics was the rock on which 1 I to nurse her dollies, and enjoy her- '
they should be "i Powm .r. wiifcNI .
ever annexed to this But such a tide as moYlnl -
fiends by thousands. were breedinglike split. self as she did before her trip from .
country as a State or on a free trade leep "* J of Red IUn4ittiScenUper DNa4 + ..
venomous reptiles. -As a resu'ttthe An orator is credited with a preroration her home in Florida to see the doc i
basis. The color scheme of our Too full for sound ant t ;pottsuL J.w.t jNo fc -
t war on the "vags" Is now in in which he spoke of '"all tors.
republic is sufficiently grotesque now When that which drew fnI s. -r<
fierce and relentless and the ranks from the
progress queen sitting on her Elizabeth has learned that despitethe .
and we need no additional infusionof -
glad news comes from all quartersof throne to the cottager sitting on his necessary pain she has suffered boundless deep tI. t-
lack and tan." Turns again home. f P. Rowland, a trot*.*.,4 ..... e'eessful
the South that the
vagabond cottage. while at the hospital that the pleas. ..
farmer of tb Meg .11 -
gangs are being broken up, the dives "My client acted boldly" said the ant faced doctors and the pretty and evening ML etr..s
was in the ettf UII"-
Old Confederate veterans, who'expect raided and and such counsellor. "He
suppressed, saw the storm brew- and gentle nurses are all her friends, And after that the dad

' to attend the West Florida fair negroes as will not go to work will ing In the distance but he was not and were doing all in their, power to And may there be no soda i .. oon. t"- .

at DeF nlak Springs in the early go promptly to the chaingang and dismayed. He took the bull by the relieve her and make her well. one tea

days of November, will be interestedin the convict camp. The whole South horns, and had him indicted for per They too have learned to love the well, t B. of lie ts1 MI 1
the following in the DeFuniak When I embark. el1t citizen of Wtttfelto .. tliiat lam
is the gainer by the Atlanta riot, for jury brave little girl, and bigloss large
Oak tor ftw be .. _
Breeze .of Thursday: it has cut the comb of negro insolence A Hindoo Journalist, commentingon Indeed when compared to the size For though from oat oar F afternoon a ft ,N _.

"Col. Fred Robinson, who is get- won the co-operation of the a politleal disturbance said: "We the, little girl's body, ,will be felt time and place, ...Il

ting up statistics In refenrence to the best.elements of the negro race with cannot, from a distance realize the when she goes away today.Macon The flood may bear ms to .

soldiers of the Confederacy will be the whites for the suppression of Intensity of the crisis but it is a Telegraph.Mrs. I hope to see my Pilot b*' [ 01 f A. Ambrose af Iu ,..f" Ir1Mr

here on the 2d day of the fair, Nov- crime and inaugurated universal war certain thing that many crowned Newman and little Elizabeth When I have crossed tie near Pinemouat wu fe 1i1u .;; &_ '

ember 1st, and all old soldiers are on the swarming hordes of vagrancy heads must be trembling in their arrived home _safely night before AUre4 fij j yesterday Ihakil& .haa4 e iM ...,'

earnestly requested to meet him on from, whose ranks the rape fiends shoes. last, and the little patient stood the 1Uq friends. ...

that day that he may see them and come, An old negro woman whose needs trip excellently WELL WORTH 'H** t ...

secure the data he wishes. The old were supplied by friends never failed W. H. Brown, the P.piat! tften, Jour Rocer'Iee trntat ..,.,.. ........

soldiers are requested to bring with The origins-1 discovery of the to express her gratitude in original attorney of Pittsfield. '\ aid get a thuM sot *

them any copies of muster rolls, dis- Tavares Herald that ex-Governor language; "You powerful good toa REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. "Next to a pension, the l "a haw punt t hi**. Yes.

charges warrants, commissions and Jennings is the administration candI- pore ole 'oman Hike me, wid one get is Dr. King's New IJlJ< ; tacky one. i Ntrto w'A.

other papers of like character, that date to succeed Governor Browardtwo foot in de grabe. an' de Oder a cryln'out Hughes Nominated for Governor by writes: "they keep BJ ..

they may have that copies may be years hence, is novel but not 'Lawd how long, how long'!" Acclamation. splendid health." Quick fj IL Uwin left yesterday ..... ::, ,,

made of them." sensational. Alfred Alfred, too much Saratoga, N, Y., Sept. 26.-Expedition Headache, Constipation u4 roc Tampa where tae sK Ift -

prophecying hath injured the lens Sea Island Cotton. marked the second' and final day ness. 25c. Guaranteed .' tke days looking after IetaireM .. .

The unusual prevalence of poisonous of thy prophetic ken! of the Republican state store. lewin estate.
Savannah, Sept. 27.-The following convention. & Groover's drug
snakes !in Florida at this season From the time early'' this -
prices are based on factors' morning tOU1s olio
makes any suggestion in the public The prohibition sentiment in Flor- when it became known that Charles friends wed L : boa .... hivert
quotations: His many .'* :
press of a remedy for snake bite ida is in the saddle sure enough E. Hughes of New York shake the' dirt. the guest .r bit .....'
Extra would be to .
fancy Ga.'s and Fla.'s .23 opportunity Lazaru --
reading matter of the first class. Dr. when it thinks to tackle Tampa and nominated for Oat rk left today fat ifc !f
Fancy Floridas . . .23 Governor by acclama- Syd Hinely of Lire fq .....
E.. F. Brown, of Lake City with an Key West and inaugurate the reignof tion the other i ] ; Qultmu, Gt.Dees. .
Fancy Georgias . .2222 proceedings practical last Sunday in to'in.- .....
of in the King Dry In those Incorrigibly wet ly became >
experience thirty-five years Extra choice Floridas .. 21% 22 formal and were pushed to terprise.E. !t..It ......
of medicine in Florida, sendsto communities. Tampa and West t e1lIMR
practice Key Extra choice Georgias . . 21 .-' .. bnaress proaiBHrtf tt
the Christian Advocate the follow- are moist right down to the centerof =----- MIrrM,
Choice Ga.'s and Fla.'s 1" 19 @ 19% sag
ing remedy; the earth and they will remain so. bands with Mt _
Extra fine Ga.'a and Fla.'s. 18@ 18% A. <& .Oak
"I consider tincture of iodine a CRAWFORDBROKERS Mends ,eaterd.,. v
Fine Ga.'s and Fla.'s . .16 17
specific in all cases of snake bite. My After all, !it rests solely with the

method, to apply the tincture to negroes as to whether the two races ::; )(e1 llht.&I..W.. free My
Dissolution. = = ;
the wound undiluted, and put ten or shall live together in peace in the === from White zts. e11 ...

fifteen drops into a glass, addingone South. We delight to believe thata The copartnership heretofore ex- ,r.r the death of 'bit Altw e' ,

teaspoonful of water for each large majority of the negro race isting between C. E. Humphreys andA. COTTON STOCKS AND GRAD ae4r. She arrtv.d tfelr ItI

drop of tincture, and give the patientone ., is peaceable, sane and safe, but it L. Humphreys under the firm traiL F

teaspoonful of the mixture every rests with this majority to say name of Florida Novelty Works is -

ten minutes until\ the pain begins to whether it will co-operate with the this day dissolved A. L; Humphreys We have at present an investment which 'c..Jt B&taocraJlbJ aa4 'I,..... ..

then half whites to bring the lawless and dang- retiring. C. E. Humphreys will continue # pays better ,
grow less severe every yield from 10 to 30 cent month b! tbtl I elNllw t

hour, or hour, as ,the case seems to erous minority to terms and keep it the business assuming all liabilities per per & ist h110diy laMr e.r.. ..-_

require and continue this treatmentas in submission to the law. The encouragement and collecting accounts.C. capital invested, with practically no 1. ...... H p. 1Its .

long as seems necessary' M, the of race clannishness by E. HUMPHREYS.A. See us about it. t ts w ten Rill gndntte ... Mw _

bijte'it very bad! .one,, I would"doublythe negro preachers. C and.teachers. will_, be L. HUMPHREYS. Nt. Tilt. '

quantity." I I fatal to this end. September 21, 19 05.' :I Correspondents: V. P.: :Randolph & Co. Capi$ ft .I ... .... .

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..,.i -
<" 2!! .,
-- 'f IDLJ1, .!!4Sm. ..... 11..1tlllrttrwl _- '
--- T Ie f1' ::- _
: ,"ANDPLI '" -"'- 4-S
uwaanee Bakery has opened In WANTED "
-Som '
: 'Hi young men un- Miss Virgie Register is visiting bonquet liable to"stick Somewhere "
the nCi/T/Jlcpaniel st6re7"opposlte'i. ,
.1, ,. ,. id 'fried'td tiafei'ia.kreirtt'had4can.
55 > 'friendrtl(1JTec..weet.'Juo.. anddeIIgltothara
LING' court house Flesh I I ";laitItttta.71a4d
_ caieaandbread vass countryeand tpwn o nsmalL&al,
1\ Your5f ..daily., -Suwannee, Bakery, ary ort qoa L: com'mi; &n.s plendid i"7; liberty.* rfHF erfume.a.Mftl> |s unsigMJy:and
'' iJ3anI1et \ we should Cever thrqw lTSieiiiolei"
< -- > ,, opportunity for[jVliusf&rjIexpfrienee: \\t '
par w, lM --tt .ivd'Jf' '" Beautiful plaid 'silks ,in all colors, net necessary/jLpplygt] fjthef ViolaHouse. td have ,fa rood town"Mid world loves the| cheerful' j&irfl Sotthe '
> : ,. convince o ier people that 'oii heart ill 1
that all
on 'dlaplay1n' Miss 'M. V. Edwards'1{ ; sees. ;'be JtrJl, ,
U/B. LlTingston. || U'ls
1;;. : LIT Oak. have to be alwaya ready to ings.fruflt hates
StwMts. Hotel and, window. Don't fail to see them,'they' ; say tehintngpea '
C Just arrived and'are' something good about it., If you are fimist that cannot find a single thing. ,
haTe beautiful. Miss Conway the trained nurse C
l- f
iM"n.... tlt96U TULL. ';;,; QJUI and Colds, take ;, ntr&( .M trio e=** } n"e! Hfceattty along the pathway
GQ D' passed through Live Oak yesterday,
-1'1. otfc&aJtiaWtJJbT.
,.4 : "" '''' IfL"'AJtDTABUt.'J. ,Hear ,Dr. King tonight at theAd afternoon. with Miss Bennett, "A'ho.fa. own town. if .booIlUn&.1pur j Jt jhere_ is anything you can say nice
you keep'on
'HAQyPAVILL saying about your town,say it, shout it from,
vent on that highly figurative Book dangerously
11L Miss Bennett has nice '
in the things about the'place. ,where you the housetops: slag it1' from':morning,
was ;
&AW.1..aJ tT+-11'101.I. 'ztj';," oVJMper. The Songs of Solomon. The subject been to Hampton Springs for her live will ;
*WTIP W B % B UVt OAK, you convince yourself thatIt 'till night. If there is nothing good
c- &IUU, "' CIC( i OOII. will be "The of the '
"' ltrnO. Footprints Flock. health, but grew worse instead of is a nice place
TLlYtOAI : sure enough. No you can say go hide yourself in a,

Mtlt,. 4NO rflftKFLQ (IP.fOak _man made a business We are making '10,080 to 20,000, her home Miss in Conway the North was-- taking- /' i her.; throwing possible ;benefit mu' can the be town derived,,'liven by wilderness somewhere for truly
: v you you're, n with decent
otf yesterday. ,
shingles per day. Can fill large or Better chunk a'bouquet
f | at it, the
: i ., and' respectable{folks.
small ordeis'promptly. See .our pri- L. Ramls and J, 0.. McGrlff- have : -A.

_ r'of Bnlst Garden Seed ces.. Live Oak Mfg. Co. purchased- the< livery .business of,.B. S

M'f'gr: |it Mays Bros. tfsr P. Coachman and will conduct it at ,tij ," thf

a "Evans'"" accommo- Mrs. C. E. Baker who has been the same stand. Both of the gentlemen ,. ....a a t-- f

1bMttlduren Y1'B.; spending the past six weeks at An- are experienced liverymen and .
or : Kamen;:is on the sick listt gellne and Brevard, N. C., has 'returned they 'intend to furnish the public

Shy Ice home much to the delight of with the very best teams it is possi MILLINERY.
!} Electri at the City''Restaurant o'o ..
ffwer iyw her many friends. ble to get. Mr. McGrlff has been
in the
fit white Restaurant with D. A. Dunnaway for the past .
1' and Turpentine .
Mrs. W. C.' Lee who has been in year. '
.. "
,. .. the for several -- -- S"tleh.
city days visit
::, I.3WIIIt.'the city Stewart went down, to New Goods and Tasty! f
furnished f r' 'Geo,H. ing her daughter, Mrs. P. R. Privett,I Tuesday and Wednesday the 2nd .

it i tiff f *jo *.Ue rate. Eiecti I t' '. ,morning;) on a professionS returned to her home at Wellborn and 3rd Mrs. E. N. Lawler will have .
S her opening of fall millinery and'sheInvites
l.. MAuI.duri", .
purposes. all of the.,ladles to attend and THE TON < f
t h-1M .t City orders have app i l'4&eS.. of City, was InI1ler"irrw Red Band Brand Bon Eons are see the beautiful" .thlnp she, has ;to : : ;
hours yesterday
JL.J ,' just as fine as any bon bona to be offer, and some splendid bargains. K

had anywhere, and they are much Hats and. dress goods she has In., an will,as never beforetry; to show up ;

ffllttk eopletioo with the ctn" t-rr; ; ; was in the them cheaper at Surrency & Powers, Try unusually':large" -line- ?* so. "' be" "'''sure'* tosee '" ,J the Prevailing: Fashions, this ,SeaI "

Tl. selection of the his many her. '
tlierefore t the Ladies
I invited
son *
are -
: .4 tgeeti.I au ticket. aid the'choice' id --- ,. _
,> ** .*, I. IVoodraff to succeed B at 1' : **."" ,- M. B. Craig, the only original, who Capt. Ebb Harris, who has been ( to 11.-:Too early to list goods,

c' at tiafc of :Live Oak always has a pleasant smile for all, passenger conductor_on the Florida. .
= t%* ... I chairman were p Blackburn, '
('1" 41 Idt |bfert tU convention ISle tutor in auf town Sunday.jjialnterprUe. .- and bargains id Inli' Iii the drug line Railroad1 between'Live Oak' and Per- I' but look for. future notices. :. : : If

;; 1 hl. ra!jH !r remained for tU Z was, in the city this morning with ry for a couple! of years past, has resigned -
i 10 z his sample case calling on, his Live his-position and has accepteda
b .;fbt" ratify ail that had bee .'1<" -.T School Bags for the Children! \
tbrmr f. !ass to adjourn. 'Shackleford, was saying Oak customers. similar onVwith, the Georgia SouthI' 1 "
"' ..
_ Live Oakt91iI 1 Railroad., 'Ebb has a whole host .
ta1tf: fW tlf ,to h!,':numerous ern *
r, .TAIIVIXU TO'11 .< ornlag.I ., The wise man or woman Is the'one of friends in this part of the State \

.** it J who relieves little ills of this sort bya who will regret.ex eedlngly to learnof '
lit*** lkallae her stomach
1ii Nt ..... t eased kjr uwlesg wars ;, Bradley; a popular little dose of Kodol For Dypsepsla. his resignation., He is a finerailroadttuaa l Mrs. C. W.Bache

:11 .. tewat t'! .*.14 set fit, Mrs drugglnj: : ana of Madison, was in It digests what you eat and puts your and popular with all
Mary a
.1 ita. tiff d0 tai moining. stomach back into shape. Sold by who know h1 a.;
I" it Clair St., Colaobi l =::' t* tit Ii.... IUffIU starving to deltaIIIta City Pharmacy.Mrs. % ',rr''' ", iI' ;
f. ttpt4 ides &' Baker, a prominent Captain. .. Bl: Willard returned, .
.. salat i : ">>, stomach wuff '. &sfpfjUaehw;, arrived in the J. W. Walden who has beenin Lakeland. yesterday after a few days' -,..-

... toy J .. vijleu drugs that 1 e* itrdsi afternoon. the city for several days, the guestof business visit here.' We understand t

4.f ***** I tat, aid my nerves so TfeciKI ',.' ; Mrs. Hr V,. Skipper returned to the Captain bas leased a hotel in that;: '

;;.-;:;: ......... I mid. not sleep; and sot>: Li.'Stone, pi i Lake City, spent ..aI' her home in Jasper yesterday after- city and wiU'open it in a few days. $ Waterman Fountain Pens
taBiii the city yesterday look As he is one of the best hotel men
ttl firta much to the of the
t"a: aim no to die wu I MsNl noon regret many
do2 ..UI.&t ,i p i tip Electric pltt6Faepltb' thir I'*i&r.** tosiaess'' affairs friends! she made while here. In this Stateiw;;.'e. predict for his houseprosperous' Gillette Razors and Blades
: twill that "r- a business. For years
Improyementt '
:4 ** 4 f sus, aid a complete, core Ifjoselejr' of Live Oak was assr'la Live Oak has been getting its shareof Captain Willard successfully eonduct- Kodaks Brownie Cameras
t. III .4." peat health'Tonic :'eit the city several days last the equinoxal gale for the past ed a hotel in this elty., He is clever ,

t4 I..1t4. :
...;) ....... dnnlata. .- I not been heavy enough to do any alwaya.andjat all times, looking- { .
1,.4.a., West, of South Jack"illl damage, but it has been decidedly too after the comfort of his gue ts.He
...i CROSSING THE B.UL the city this mornudlfej&ered" heavy to be entirely pleasant. is' a first-class'' man'' and we congratulate Victor Talking Machine and Records
IhV hustling, busy city'of Lake- .
--.4 I' at the Ethel.

it i 8 hMt and evening star Good for the cough, removes the land in securing'him and his estim-

": It taalL3 C Ash eat clear cal] for me!! *" 'elli| A,;Hardee, State's At- cold, the cause of the cough. That's able family as citizens. Suwannee Drug Company

... ..,. had .ay there be no moanltiUr .10t i w. circuit, left yesterday the work of Kennedy's Laxative
%r at halt sacs' t for t,business trip 5 to Say- Honey and Tar-the original laxative Mrs. Flora ,Kennedy, wife of S. W.
Kennedy, died at the home of her f
.. tde Wlva I put out to sea. cough syrup. Contains no opi -
2 __ ..... I '- ates. Sold by City Pharmacy. I sister-in-law, Miss Delia Kennedy, in
*** faun f Mgt *.fk a tide as moving tees ct Foyers are making a north Live Oak, this morning. Mrs.

Ie.D. el Red Band Brand Kennedy's home was in Houston,
CanU -
et ** .. Miss Sadie Green left this mornIng -
T.. fall for sound and Ion < celts per pound. Nothing for Ft. Myers, where she goes to but suffering from a severe attackof Every Description of Job Work,

'W t.,. .. **.. that which drew from L,' -' take charge of the public school. Bright's disease, came to Live Oak

'* eta Ladles deep .-" .- Miss Sadie*is a fine teacher and has about two weeks ago for treatment, can be done by
T. .. home. l.Howand! but since she here she has
tosa .... ;i f again a prosperous and won golden opinions from those com- ever came

... farmer'of the Clayland'ithe munities where she has taught. gradually grown worse until this
T .HI.ud evening bell,
.- WI I;" ,t I, had after that the dark; vu: city 5, yesterday -- morning, when the end came. Mrs. Live Oak Publishing Company.

I. aret .. U4 easy there be no sadness of 'i;,,11.?_ You say you don't understand the Kennedy was about forty-five years
t4 I .e1J ";;:: S book of Revelation! Go and hear of age and was a beautiful Christian

... tlj .; fea*i ,I embark. *'u.
: __ iN..! t citizens' of Wellborn, was tonight. He will help you to under- who knew her. She was a Godbolt
be !e'O \tora few before her marriage and was born THE ORIGINALThe
IW our hours
I iC "" laouth from out yester- stand it. Services begin at seven S

I s Tit l4it! Use and place, ,&ft.t, ooi 7 .'- o'clock sharp. and raised In Suwannee county 'Idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on $J"NED' 'S: .

-Ji. t Tta stood may bear me far, lA:-' She leaves several children and a the bowels and thus assist In expelling colds from

i i IH tot** my Pilot face to ,Atnbrose. successful farm- Go out to the Advent Church tonight large family connection to mourn I the system Is new and original in Kennedy's / '
... Kl'ka 1 have crossed theAlfred W tear.,fuemou1I.t! was in Live that her loss. The remains will be Inter- Laxative Honey andTar. Nearly all other cough
and hear Dr. on
t. Tres .8terday shaking hands withtraceries chart lecture "The Woman on the red at Pine Grove cemetery. cures are constipating,especially those contain-
.:. .. f 7.ftenda" Bible Chart Lecture. Laxative and
ing Opiates. Kennedy's Honey
zoo .Q. ifJ !., ,_ Scarlet Colored Beast Who is she? I
..-,'?; What does she symbolize? Services Tar moves the bowels, contains no Opiates.LAXATIVE .
W M Brown, the popular from. Surrency Eld. J. P. King will give a chart

'.;: MNr ton. of Pittsfleld, Vt, a ad.get a chance at the changed to seven o'clock sharp. lecture tonight at the Advent Church.

%.,. .. a pension, the best haa4'p&1ated china. You Harris The subject will be: "The woman on
A certain safe and harmless for
Mrs. Ebb sister, Miss remedy
Life Fien. :ylnc CkJ i the scarlet colored Beast, with seven II
N IV. King's New
c.- aH4wia all Coughs, Colds Croup, Cough,
..t' t&Il1l1 ob: Ossle Morrow, came up from Perry Horua" Whooping
; .... "tb keep my heads and ten as recorded in
y l this morning to spend the day in they I La Grippe Bronchitis, Influenza and all Lung
Quick cp ,left the 17th and 18th chapters of HONEY
.. ...14 health yesterday after
1 and Bronchial affections. Mothers thachildren's
fa will leavein praise
r Live Oak. Miss Morrow
tt lt' '' ''J t4.wset... ConlUpatloa an4. Tunpj where he will spend book of Revelations. Everybody
1*:' hJ. a few days for Sutherland, where Kennedy's Honey
"t tire 18JlHJ Freed ?lie Guaranteed at looking after business should hear this discourse. The and Tar
h te she will enter the Southern College.))
1 .. .'.f. drug store. ! hour for service has been changedto

-".. ..... ...-. l t 7 o'clock sharp, and it is Impor- COUGH SYRUP TXR
-- H4 away frUnda v..e;iladti nuns, who has been here The trunk belonging to Mr. and tant that every one be present to hear

.. ...... ..L1ty. to bake the bsaIcaa a:the guest of his broth- Mrs. P. H. Ward which was reported the beginning of the Prophecy on fftparcd at the Laboratory .f X. C. D WITT A CO., CHICAGO, V. 8. A.MrTD .

,' N 43f. of Uve Oak,,J"ho 'lef\ today for his lost, has been found. It was this all important subject. RED CLOVER BLOSSOM LAD TUB E03XT BU IS 09 nuT BOTTU.

'" "" Mss tts$4ay ia town.-fadiSO' Quitman, Ga. shipped to Dowling's Park through Sold by City Pharmacy.
..,. **.. ; mistake and Mr. Love Ballentine

-', \ ;-( promlnent citizen found it yesterday and forwarded it Wall PaperThe
1.& 5*? 'man of to Mr. Ward at Ocala. F

( 'abai bndi,with Mayo .: Y :
_ Il 4 W To RD&C his many
?ad9 yesterday :Miss M, V. Edwards is opening her

line of fall and winter hats, and they Florida Hook Supply Co., has ,

*%ftRLZRS Phi was called to Live are splendid and magnificent creations just received a nice line of Wall Pair I SUWANNEE BAKERY
5kom.Wblte Springs, on of the millinery art. She wants
and from now on, intend to keepa I
: GRAIN l !h'}death of her sister, every lady in Live Oak to tall at her
1\x'is AND yK She arrived on the store and see them. Go early before nice line in stock all the time. *

.. ,, .- they are all picked over. If you have any rooms to be papered I Bread, Cake, Pies Etc.

will* 1} __, be sure to call and see our line
... hw tment which
"' on \ p1 J and TlI>eW1'ltett :Mrs. Geo. P. Banks came down before ordering. Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a
.. month
ft ft>nt per C than a clerkship from Tallahassee this morning and

ri1I dkally no risk' ;: 't,, ,,1 thta.l labors Our t'30 of- spent a few hours with her parents Specialty. At the old Racket Store, in front of
week. It be- and R. R. Green. She left
IN YOU Mr. Mrs.
It t ,it.l 'R THE FLORIDA and Knowles Props.
graduate and have on the south bound train for Ft. My- the Court House. Clegg ,

I1 $W ij "New year, ers and other points in South Florida BOOK AND SUPPLY
tW44 & Capital
Co. : College and Short where she will _spend several weeks : :
visiting relatives and friends.


- I4 i : ... :!:!; :.r1.1l..J.:1::: : ; "'"itv" U"'r ;n ..- ; ,
e ttivif. el xt'ilA r- vA.r. Q. ," .
_. ,. __ .,'_ .. -. r.- nn.WrnY.a aee.q. a.r. ."' _-..;." .
T. 1UJlil"JLE -

'; ., .' ', .. : '_, _'J a tff 45$' r J .
!'learn; bJr .. ,.
ran joocaeo; to "t ;; thN(tea .
\ womanly' littl* ,tr 4Wfl'of fee enforce* --
b 1&f1t e '' h 'lr .. &J11 1 1r t' '1 '.' ,., te.under tSWJ .- "

BUTIiRiOTllERSFall i. : Cynthia only retumd .trOiDrlAd: vlh of as MOt'I
the next day i half heur/tcfor her

: drive and was,. u ntJT.t.Mt s1is e net

.. tlred .She was aot>one JtQ mak?antversatton land for the loesth. iE

,, 'and. the. quiet .and l b auty.
may enter I
Announcement of the. scenes,|trpt bed ut teore her' may pending : odd! \JtfU tMh ,

;, made her' very silent: 'Matlock.: as'h the aece eompeeutiuatebaof $ ry fee Web _

handled the Kins watched both her way, hDefita to b !t .. 1mer -.....n .
and the landscape: There was 'r cer ahaU ig te it. : ,;1OI" .

A new feature of our stock this season will be a complete I taln' peace' about them both. And the Section assessment tf .. .

: above all thing what he: reason of such drab b\t
'i was, ;
peace of:the proceed taeeei, ; 5tmGnt
I line of wanted. iwrt ofApproved :

".'" The next day Miss Warden wrote to them for 6 Mat drauage a ISs :; do fttllf

her,girl 1 chum again! 'tunities '

"In the beginning of the summer
'BOYS' CLOTHING that a That Section ales t&.f tilJ'iRhth. a ,
Madge dear I wrote yon certain Cenatitution of the State rf 'we
matrimonial venture would be acme is hereby amended r stn

E easy, plain sailing. Alas! I'm afraidI vlx"Section a The talsrry I I .nIH' ,
"" 's shall never find port-not. at least. Supreme Court shaQ be Posy fear. I r3 pit1
Every advantage to the hilt And dhallb: athty ,
With my bachelor up on ,
., been combined in our efforts to make our !In the name of wonders, who of all dollars a year,"t :snoutd f bi f' .

;, ,Juvenile business a signal success. A great people do>> you suppose has taken the That the fOregoing the 'onl:}

portion of our stock are the superior produc- wind out of my sans? Cynthia! Thorn nand theVsame shad as b ; i-

tions of the Ederheimer-Stein work rooms. ton the od! bookworm's daughter! H
had her out driving In that little Section 1.Article 1tVjd11ga" iAppreved t -
: beauty of a trap three times during the May list 1904 'OU place

j : BOYS SUITS last week to' 'my knowledge! I'm
kind to me. That the following ajneefas TIOKAl
: ) afraid Cupid isn't very the Constitution of tuSuStfl k. FIRST NA
1 Boy's Suits in double breasted jacket andknee pants You'll find I'll die an old maid after all, to the Judiciary Depertnettfci THE

t J and double breasted 'Norfolks 'with bloomer ''pants. unless' Tom"- by tim agreed S9 of said to tad Article shall V U,RlS b dl.u S I:1VE: o JU.J

i J Durably! made and lined; carefully tailored At this point Miss Warden'svpretty of the State at the g.nej :
II I'i s teeth absently caught 'the top of her the first Tuesday after tht tm I .....
r i t ber. A. D.. 1986.: for nd9xmia
while she looked dreamily e
to $7.50CHILDREN'S penholder, wit _.. ,
: $3.OO0 : 1 E' '' iL&"' ::
4 toward the 8Unn : 'tree lined street f Secd:i -n 39. nteuanaik4nJii BROWN IQan.
'i. 1 51.
eaeh of the Criminal CbattorfO .
__ ,
__ bora. "T.
: Then-she begantof( I hereafter to be.established tbEmjT i Eo fl4bNa y "
As'sbe-etatted on the.,fourth-tar, ; of. by tile county where such eootkT '
i SUITS shall be as follows la.eastirsd nxje W :I11II'J
her song= a 'tbl.IIlp4gIlf"colQred) trap, thousand population, t&t i i

j ,i Children's Swti in Russian Sailor Blouse with large skimmed by. In it was the charmlcj: :; counties thousand! .of population.from ftfUes IIfteq iL uarA\!__ x 7-_:"'-_.....
'sailor collars bloomer pants made in accordance with bachelor, and by' his side was Cynthia counties of from twenty-fa.-? -
1 Thornton. five thousand population-Wi&l ::
t i-'. ighest standard for boy's clothing and in counties of more thu&nJHb] FLORIDANa RAIL*
population twenty-flw tombd*&]
repealing any and tU parka rf \tb-TJ! ...wAlt
: $2.50 up to $6.50 HI* Last lAve. tion in conflict herewith. ,

i She-I suppose you would have 'me Approved juaeAJg*., .." -'-" WmlALL e ..tA. .. .
f :i
believe I am the first woman you ever AmQ.lllU,. "
f That the
following ,
loved! He-Not at all I've' loved the Constitution of the&IIICIldaata State a*fis.! ... ;.
:1 '' School Shoes scores of women but you are the last to the Judiciary Department *
: 1 ,. ,.Boys' tions 40. 41. U. U.64.45.45 ud tli >
_ one I have fallen in love with. She- V;be and the same are hereto icai- r
Very well, then I'll say, "Yes." ,As be submitted to the electors rf tigj s.' .1.1
A Webster Dictionary given
I' general election to be held.11II> ill
I the last have loved
i long as am one you ter the first Monday in NCI'NIIbIr,1 1tal 7.
1 .. \ F t' FREE with: every pair. we'll get along all right-BostonTranscript ratification or rejection, to-wit
t 't' j 'f; Section 40. There shall*eta ----
J : i r., eounty of Eacambia wleoevwd! ,sus E =
XTRAGOOD' z eounty shall so dete 1 F'RI. Fear. votes east. on the question at w... tNlt
a court of record and th-.1haI-.
Old Gentleman-It is folly to talk of court who ihaU be appointed"br&

'J RAG 00.D what Jt :jneanj J This jjatej f oh Clothing is like marriage for years yet My daughteris six confirmed Jean and the wheee Senate salarj who yik shiJl *; tt i t,._ i

a. mere child. ,She knows nothing five hundred dollar a year PIlGi! r +p 4
1 ', :'-.- OJ't painter's" signature on .a masterpiece of about the world and could not manage the county of Eacambia The CI'u! 411 }ks
,.v/JA'lV'fT\'U.-- / record la EtooLii .. ..
\/V--\ >
/ v' / BOW established Lv.
: ?
: It vouches' for the genuineness of the quality .the perfection servants. Mr, Slimpnrse! Oh,. thatneedn't upon the adoption of these imo&i. 111 }
and be the court of record at brew 1At. ... .
make the
slightest< i of the work / : all officers of such criminal we t.
: I ,> We shan't have any be officers of such rend ei
__ '
T- r r -" the duties and receive the odau. ,, .. .. .. -
c t Our >
y : everylpartic\ lar nothing but,the tet.and in the latest styles. !eta We need not be discouraged becauseof exclusive not capital.original which juriMktioe..halariIe! a tftSeB.Eraa
: : the great, thing ,others accomplishand and shall have in Escavbia esafe t 41 }aLie.--
t r which are far beyond the range ,of with the Circuit Court and Greait Of
,. y county the same original junitoxii
possibility for>> u*. It is only'our' own cases and matters as the circuit I san-
BUTLER" BROTI1ER8I best that' ire I required of us. our' own judge of said county,anal the to*ft ,
writs of mandamus, iDJUDCt.QI. .t-

I '". ,. .L.... '! .' ., ,\ .. .. .... .. 'I I :nnd not another's.Woman's "Life. proper certiorari.and prohibition necessary to habeas tha eon"MiN!Me i 1. Ar re.

'o--o--o--u-.o circuit mat a!
) cookbook their jurisdiction as the
', The earliest kuown: was judge of aid county, except the MH
r "'", rr ___, T.rlItt"! 'f> In H7.TO :\ thorlty to summons and anftBeiiia : by---- -
I The neic .wee.1*. \ the Jittle Villagepostofflresa ing aimlessly}! and tirelessly Mattok Section 4:. There shall be u W ,..._
court in each year. .._.' .-, ..
i ) j #lend N eseVted >fro Hpraee dropped In upon the professor to make' Section & There shaD toted .- ....i'
I-JI'trt e stt. t Matlotlf ko Miss *Irene Warden. him a little call lie had fetched him CURE FELLON." roseeutmg and confirmed who *bea bj III tafe BO. 'U'i >>

\ \ Apparently he meeting' was by '.'aep-|- his afternoon mail as pretext. While says Sam Kendall, of PhilHpsburg, who the Governor shall hold his office for four JA* 111L'_...-......, M. .

'Little' \ denfbgt,3lssWaideu: : ; teltbersmocthcheeks I .they were sitting out on the porch from Kan., "Just cover It over with Buck- pell6&tion Section shall 44. All be fixed offenses br law.tri bfc I,a at us \ _. .... --,
Trap; flush, and her habitual composure'wa's'rlppled the shadowy little parlor came' the: intonate*& jL'
--_..__ w len's Araica Salve and the Salve'w111 shall be prosecuted upon tttetfr1 .L'_........ .
j) forasecond: ,"while, first chords of Beethoven's beautiful to be filed by the pro eeu I" ---
--- "Moonlight Sonata." do the rest." Quickest cure for grand jury of the circuit court*** I ...... .... ..,
By VIRCIX1A: ; LEILA WENT for his part. Mr. Matlock scarcely look- may indict for uy offense *i w !I l I a ,.,L._ u. -
'' ", and, having passed a con- That's Cynthia." said Professor Burns, Boils, Sores Scalds, Wounds, of record. Upon the finding of lid.*j I .. ......
t'j lo'/J 'f-5'L : s ventibnhl Piles the circuit judge shall eommit W f lilt s.,L'._.. .. .
"glad to meet :"lifted his Thornton in answer to his guest's startof Eczema Salt Rheum' Chapped -bon!
CopjrlgLt, 1tL! *, by Homer Sprague : you for trial in the court ef record, ,
4 hat politely and walked out to his surprise: ,"She's never too tired no Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes be upon information. sod W8' ,.I L'--,

;" ", : smart;little trap.. matter how hard or bug the day has Only 25c at Barclay & Groover's.. drug elected Section by 45.the The electors clerk of of Esomj: iii-j 111 JL: ,.._ .If
"And he has the smartest looking "I badsoil my chic voile, the one been to play that sonata for me in the stor*. Guaranteed shall hold office for four yearn 5 f r ;
tion shall be fixed fcy law. Th* lial. a u. ,.;AI....... .....-
I love it above
evening. : other writ
trap you ever saw, Madge} It's Aunt Tessie sent me from Paris you bin county shall be the execntm- ,
pao"4e fto)9ttil! ahd- yqt arced! cbam-I i; knqw.V! ("rote,Miss1' ".arJ0;Madge. ten music, and she never f:>rgets.- NOTICE OF ELECTION. court and his duties The sane and fee n"1"-;&** % ..

What'do: you bet I don't land: "and tny*big "wh\te\ hat with flopping Then while the tree toads droned WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1905, under the practi Section which 46. obtain in the mrc5*aoa ee. 4)tEgragh Tehpbee Itaiao. that Mliew f ca
fuchsias. But it was all rank waste." their harmonies he told Matlock a little Constitution of 1885.of the State of Florida did county shall obtain in the court 1 00
hang alL beftr.JhesummerB: ,flown\bJ She couldn't understand itiler about his daughter-how four years past five Joint Resolutions laws relative to criminal eouru a. ram 8aui o..nI r.-pr......
Miss Irene Warden a beauty (and"t be had suffered the Constitution of the State of Florida, and as otherwise provided hereM."WJJ,,
dreams hadn't ended that way at all. ago a paralytic stroke the same were agreed to by a vote of three- control the court of m d.JCbar4':t
I\Wr.l f\ttl- ;|.was,4writing to her;girl\ I "One day la;'the tiny Idle'little tank and she had been obliged to leaveschool fifths of all the members elected to each House: may be had from the omnt for eti* i j

Wa S )'p ernlns! the bachelor wha'hadj" :dtr. Iloraca!: Mat lock. stopped short aa in her graduating: year and that the upon vote thier on said respective Joint Resolutions Journals! with were entered -> and cuit court under of the another laws county provida *wJr* ,!I

j'JusUt J the bl lg., with i i he reeogulzpd a stooped, gaunt figure nurse him night and day with untiring!: and direct nays that thereon said Joint, and they did determine yeas and venue circuit from court the of circuit another court eounqr-d a'v'T> OTICFlorida COAS

the. ca ryUg%"'rpad.. and jrorT archway with a patrician face. sweetness; how when their slender income -, the electors of the State resolutions at the General be submitted Election to may in his discretion order tbs**= *?;,
SvhleU*' tor'lseveral > .+now .had 44Why. it's, Professor'Thornton. isn'tit was exhausted a year back she in November 1906. Escambia county or of any ud'< done ;.
I Now.THEREFORE, I, H. CLAY or more terms or parts 4
abandoned hope of usefulness. ?" be cried stepping: up to him with had begun to make use of her musical retory of State of the State of Florida CRAWFORD do hereby Sec of record. Any civil cause i"ht J"*;,;
She was "writing by an open window' a cordially"outstretchd hand. i skill and give lessons oil the piano. !give notice that aGENERAL' may be tried of before the judge a referee.of the*rosM1-j, Georgia At'

I where. the scent of the roses came'UI' I When Matlock years ago had entered And when the professor told of Cyn- ELECTION may qualification be tried by a judge ad Mfm-mml.II. ,

fron\''the, front i'.1 Jt1,1. Beyond lay Tale as a freshman' Thornton had been thia's triweekly trips1 to Adams the will be held in each county in Florida on Tuesday ferred to the circuit court of -'-.-, Virginia

thfr Pl lrtty.tTSc )lined, road" over whlrii: t tutoring, and Quite a friendship had nearest town his silvered head went D.succeeding,1906, the wid the Tuesday first, Monday,being ia tae November of ing any to the other same county provisions,in the rm.M tO rt. North

the'ba'chelot'and his. :h'ampasne colercxHrtp :. i tSP"ga between.tiem.i.'! Subseqiwnt-: down on his (.oat ,sleeve I and iu the ceedings in the circuit court of Eras b

)', ad just\9owu by. ; ly\the had tost: trick,'of" each other. ; gloaming behind the honeysuckles: \ tht for the ratification SIXTH DAY Of NOVEMBER ,shaH Section have,47.appellate The SuprerojOWt.m jurfadictiBS ; /lf',' South Carohr\ti

"41.tljougb,i retold you his name fs But the satisfaction of the'younger two men were silent. Resolutions! proposing or'rejection Amendments of the said Joint mid in equity originating ill t5YTi| i
to the Constitution
of *r'wef
Horace Xlatloclt," ran on Miss Wa'r"den man in meetlnthe older one 'again ,: Presently they smoked their usual: ci of the State of Florida, viz: and record.-in cases The of conviction cirCWtcosrtmtF*, ;;

t '* pen 't:haven't tall you what he was genuine. gars and Indulged In their usual con, AKTICLE: TTVIH shall have final appellate 1 I

I look's \l\ej [He'f ))1n'old I :map, forty or I, "Poor old professor! How thin and I tersattou-newspaper topics. cjioppw: of That the Constitution the following of the amendment State of Florida to! ArtkJe be XVI and demeanors or writs tried of in error the pasted etpeala d rea f0st. The Great HighwayEast +*( 1

fifty, l should !Ba.yU'uose is rather worn and aged he's become!"> thought fine by Individual opiuhn. a goad dea it is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to of record whether to the Suprrsu lilt J1I
too big.laltfiouih' pebple air him hand- .Matlock, as be drove the professor of politics, a little of art and scieace! the electors of the State at the general election, to cult Court shall be prasecattd del 0 y
I be held on the first Tuesday and according to the same ? rld
bome,*.and:trtt'tl jsiblt_bald, but then, I home to his modest little cottage. Last of all, Cynthia came out. in November,A. D..1906 for afterthefirst ratification or Monday rejec proceedings frem the CSreo*-c.rt.1 Mel West

Buppode( juiost men ;who lire in big;, .. Out Ja.the cottage's, skle.yard by the "Delighted!" she said. gOt:; : '.t\ ttilj tion.Section 3!. The Governor, the preme Approved Court June(.1906. ,
bouses and drive smart traps hive big [ hollyhocks, a girt; was' picking "a great up to Matlock with out!trt"dle: *e\auds': : Treasurer the Attorney General and Comptroller the Commis the ---rteAaT1CLa

noses: Iwtitr Jilaa.Warden smiled bunch of sweet''' Pets for 'the "lunch "While you two have bean gossiping:; aioner their success of Agriculture in office of,the State of Florida, and W n- lb TO' THE 14" .' .. t "

a little soft Emlle-lnto 'the glass above table. Whn she, heard the smart lit. I've been remembering your weakness and designated as a board of arc drainage hereby commission constituted That the followingamcDdmeAtg of the ; ;
her dressing table?and, -then. bent. "over, tta trap stop at the. gate she. looked.; for tea and have drawn you a cup. ers establish, and are hereby authorized and empowered to of the the same is hereby sgreed 8t11i11l11,iPI It; DRJD AND WEST W*
a system of canals,
her portfolio again: 1 1 Will drains !levees dike. mitted to the electors of J .
quickly up from tlu blossoming vines you come In, or shall we have: It and reAervoin of such dimension and depths, for ratio..--w
"Of course I'd prefer dear old Tom.' and< wondered. Who' was the distin- 1 t i out here r- the judgment of said board of drainage conunisBioners as in. eral Section election L in ilherbrancllofdl&1906 .p 1

Ue's young .and stunning and sings guished looking stranger? And where They went In., Near, the little! fern the swamp is deemed and overflowed advisable lands, to drain within and the reclaim:State! regular session this thereof. ae1, J If I' AND NEW r t' ;;
menu to
college songs so beautifully but, as bad he screened of Florida or such part* or CollliUtUtionaI1 tti! ;
picked dear fireplace portions
up daddy? was .a tea tabe.: deemed thereof as is agreed to by -
'yon know, he hasn't a red! And; I really A few days later Matlock dainty ia Its of sioners from by said board of drainage commis ed to each how.e..uda prcd -
drove up to array polished silver time to time and to provide reevwe .:" S
must do something this'summer.. the cottage again. It was only decent .'r and thin china. The banging; lamp sudh irrigation canals of drains.the lands levees reclaimed and to maintain the th be entered yeas and upon nays their and shall b' lUiQT[ IO 1_ I. .i t. ,
Madge. My already meager allowanceWill he dikes,and reservoirs in in each couDt--j.'d ,
told himself that he should ;show I shed the rich, soft glow of olive oil such manner aa will be most) advantageous newspaper month rom01r
be cut considerably In the autumn the professor rome attention and take and there was an air of intimate bon'. territory so drained. the State of Florida to its the inhabitants the published next general for one election of [ r ... *< .. l
for in September pa's goln,,,to enter and the commerce thereof. the same shaft lit> ,
1 him, driving now and then. Perhaps 'I likeness 'about everything. Matlock Section 33. That the board of which election I a
drainage com electors of the State forapP spydr
the matrimonial game himself-a horrid some day also be would take the pro had been a stranger: ta thit sort of missioners are hereby authorized and empowered a majority of the electors vQU* iii
designing widow, ,tool( So I must fessor's daughter, lie liked her. He thing for so long that it sent a kind; of aries establish thereof drainage in the State districts of and fix the bound- menta at such election sbafi' da': wk
,* lively,' in the parlance of streetcar liked board of drainage Florida* That the aa nta the same shan beams_ bl CARS AND miwr t t" >
the thrill ,
sep natural -
a. unabashed way In shivering throngU! him.; After all: thorized aDd commissioners be and it is au tution. The proposed ---=r',
officials. which she had acknowledged her father' I tto have a cozy tea t.ibe! and a slim: of all the alluvial empowered to prepare a list or lists submitted u to enable the el.cMA A.t&.n..
>In of fact though pursued J able lands or swamp and overflowed tax- amendment separately. ; t u... 11II_ Jf .... I,
point ,
presentation of him with her j white hand to Inclose in yours-r{'yi* tricts, and such drainage district or dis. at the election at which w"*:,.! fllr
the voluble pen "It'll be pretty easy, sleeves: rolled up and her arms full of tbia's hands were slim and white ten levy rpnt*thereon aa acreage tax DOt exceeding t.ofore adopted by the eleetDrl boa IliI ors I"d Eau u W"' JTr" '

1 plain sailing. I haven't a single good sweet peas; he liked the width between i, enough as they moved amons: the (china: and annually the by aid board per acre of drainage per annum commissioners tD be fixed, a adoption part of of the the Constitution same. ;, and New oru. pus.- .

looking rival up in this! out of the way her eyes, the breadth of her brow; the In the half light He palled a chair I ties embraced various in MM part assessors or in of whole tae various coun Approved June 61 906.p! wi -",

place except old Professor Tilornton'sdaughter lines of her mouth. She was less pretty -close for the professor and then sat drainage list ur lists district and or districts shall receive within such such amendments'The votes cast, and in the egIIIpiaId c&II' <: CONSULT IMC KIf.... ft,."
; and she's,, the quietest poke than many young girls but.!there down himself. of the county or enter counties the same upon the tax rolls returns thereof hall be sablrri '

Of a girl-a regular stay at, home. And t was about her a freshness, a sweetness : Before> Mr. Horace Matlock went to He and the amount levied in which by the such beard lands of drainage may uJaticmund General Elections restrietmoosaeahdp in the lrrIN j & and Cull 1"IeMUlr r pti '

'as for ttreasla! ;-well Madge you and that pleased him. and he had noticed bed that u'ght remembered: that ou may eommiwionere be prescribed in suck manner and form as TESTIMONY w u&Or.1 aN .ft .
by the board of affixtd-- .. ... *
much on our gloves and that her figure in her missioners drainage com band aDd a# ywrt
J*spend as 1 simple-, lI1CtrnCynthIa. Thorniqn from time to time which
; ve11Itec> D.u' she does oar 1er.: tie gown was well molded and slim.. )Crfve'with' him inhis champagne wag :counties be collected wherein by the such various tax collectors amounts of shall the lts[ .l CApital.this first a. d ....... .\ D., YLStON bit". Jw.l .. tyaa- *

;.whoilloutid'Thafe:;who! rpmpt_ front.::f\:One.' eTeaingv toward ''twilight, when ored trap: 'How .Hirou5d, harmoalz! and other taxes are collected levees in accordance have been with made law. 1906. & cut .- .,. ThY, r. A...., 1. w f4.

: vlM a bookworm for a father." -. ia taV.oben'lawn'batsvwere whIrl-: with her soft hair before the IkmbltlU8( I ef drainage pay over said amounts collected to the board .p.CerTn& -,
commissioners Mid ff! *".tgsi'>rws To J. IL ltICXF.JlSON ,I. a.1 .,
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<'' .,r m i .*-> w A fct Prit m I- f.&II4tt1e1 ." ,, ; rt B MQMBVj the. stjles ofc >>artlailenSry !p&tlni 4 Two DAILYTO; WASHII4GTOINEw XORL
tt *.** seMM. r.u.eIIIneat. theI, thus; ?Batir' fiaw" stile.' thifhhm t.

tttl ....r ...... .l.. Ucmtr,01 it: k b w", Ibl: and.. he. jhati;' style.* ) ct v; t 1i-"' ;' W r8. ." .

w.. ., 1IoI evil,.ar 0yadlnt,..r,1' Caki for and ... { ;; 1'111'1 Tt often I l. 190s; v ...

.. 1M p ........ri lae.uch I>_.-::" < e'y les' idle I haughty senttenren-wbo io1I triumph- 14kal Ns ,..NO$ auD.w.tS't. ;
S ti I*** UN U ; to'; -/a/ one: the treasury beach the second distal 5 06a 65p L..Jacu-Yi11e..Ar -- -.N .

t **.S wrfeck br/--.s.. ta..10. be d ed b.ettIrehtl ;: :ulshes the utterances of the keen 11 1 10 40p'LvJwa.p' -Ar II 7 4 p AI.Ja.eUoeYiUes..a J. Ar ..
b,the t...._ opportunities for < 1 ZOp U lSpILY-SanIlD .,.Ar sup. Ga. 8. Ry.Lv .
AJIjj I ... .....3& The ., .,.'....' itJijg f, and watchful gentlemen on the front 15 0 O6. Ar. '. ..L"" 3Opj'L".Mo.n. Ga.S. Ry.Lv.AUaata.Ga 4s.
n I .
lat & R,.Lv
of belwAta.eb bN > It 6p t 66a AI.Cbri tte.:1.. t V
.* .... .......N-. draM&ft Ord opposition bench while the third sort 12 Sfia 12 Up Ar..G'-Aboro..Ly t .Rome.Ga....& Ry Lv ..

't' w.a. wrofmmitised &acI.tile." 'f stment;. but these...op- fairly describes the effort. of the prt j06a -1 10p41T Ar...DeavilJe._..Lv !.. 2Sa Ar.Daltoo.Ga...S.Ry.Lv
-- 4Sa Ar.Chafaaga. TS. Ry.Lv
e, ...... N. dAi_eorru..l... lie.' rate... member, .. l'. 6 59a 42p Az..R Ian d.. Lv e: 5 20p Ar Leungta KQ A CLv ;., "
AiMrvj Mat. %1. 190(-,...... ) ? ., f< '' t. (. 'oiI 4 20tt Ar..Lyaehbui..-_.Lv 'I 4Op .Clne'Dllioqll.cLv. .
.. ':;,f'hTJr. ;< :unities do not rcome' -; 14 i 10@ I lOp Ar.CharlotteevliteLY, p LT Cinc'aatti, 6 Bffi- I
d &* MttMM ... .IM L k Parental. ;laflaeBCeV; ;* V 113911 r 50p Ar.Washmgtoa..Lv t 1001Ar.Chicaco. HI Big"Lw' i

:t Iras tfcst 4ar.R t'W "doe clan Stith'rl. .. r'('':.f f. f l '?Slr,** said*the young man,'" trust 145p uSa S5p|Ar.Baltimon..Lvl.AI.W. ...Lv ,.. 8 aSp I'_.Qac'tti Pa LpletAr. <: 1 -

.... .. :;::. tip N a1.Ga' ot e. P' weekW6hthfoHev.feriVf you will object to niy marriage with'your 413p -6SOa Ar... New York..Lv 7 IQa'Ar.Chicago Pa. Lines.Lv

t r.fttWC ",' amended 10 y ... + bit daughter?" .. 8 45p Lv.Cmc'atti C.H.&D.Ar
I j Nan 34 ind 34.New York and Florida Ex. "7 23a','Ar Chicago Mon.RouteLv

:>tt iI 6e9h ......... Ceurt n. I&Jary of ."1't., the this '*" Why so?" queried the astonished press,"Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping 'g'Lv.Cin'natiQH' .4 D.Ar

'::1 tw.. .u.t I ...... .-,..... ahan The I&Iar be(oar tJ....... Irk .maritime; | parent. Car Port, Tampa and Jacksonville: : to New York. 5 2OaIAz-ToIedo-C.. H. &. DrLY ':
.... ,of .N0 30"Washragwm and. Florida Ar .
; t 41he tI .y X41/. ,.,...thouaaJId b. buaddAn l 'Because," eipla'lned'th&Vojng! man\ )Limited..". Daily Pullman Drawing Room Detroit Mich._ MJ,v J
:shouldbe- Earningsomethingand.jtjcan Sleep.\---I\
l Car. aekeonvilleWhewYork. Lv Cin'nati.BicFour.AI'
ti* ttt*. tae r4li,alurqallII' > "'..- Volley "6 you do I thiiik'sLe will consent I ing : .BigFourLv }-;

". tw.i sail Y.,tile Collltitutiollil( J. leave mt>."-Chicago,KevvsJi I : No.j 30 :'1'HBOUGHL4NDo'THxSn r f .. 14PLv.IAr.Cl8V, Lexv t
(HI\W U4sriM > wc 41a pprowlJ ceittad IIIJ Uetnle ;; if | 81op'LvLoutevi1e..S. Ry..Lv
..... -tloa f4 Dreaen4mp ;; What She--Said.-- '7 Sop Lv.:...... Jacksonville,;'FIa.__.-Ar' iAr.SL:: Louia..-S. k.Lw :
1$4 l'Ihn. : L Artie... Mtti 12 ISa LvSavannah, Ca.__....Ar \0 r..aIAz.Ann
;- A 1t zvuer ate .... it in this bank. Jack-I thought you were very at- 6 OOa Ar.. .._.Columbia. S. C.Lv 12 Ola Ar-Binn'ham.A&Ry.LT 8toD.As.RYLv f-.
: tr.r.- +r alas 1 p- plate I to Bankt> Tom 1 1 SOp Ar........ Ashville, N. C.........Lv 605 P'A.M.rtlPhiaFracok.Lv' 4
I :*. .. you teptlvf r. was r
'p AETICLE Iii 2 37p Ar.H otSptings, N. c..*-.Lv: JLjg*!Ar KanaaaCtfyFnacoLT :

r"1 I4 ... ... Tot doe 1411'111& ,, but after''what she said, I shall! hut 6 OOp Ar.._,..,.KIIOXV1IJO,Te.n..Ly. D1LvMm.phia Ten-...Ai l. ,0 i
**4* ftfer afe ... thtUtuS of tI.&llnelldment State te t...." fiRSt NATIONAL BANK nothing more to do with her.: Jack- 8 50a Ar-..Lenuville. K y.-.Lv 9 20 ''Ar-Hot SpnnggArlc'.Lv
..I'. MIri&r7 of ...... ; 6 12p Ar .St. Louis. Mo. .Lv _
Ire M II wit DeP&rtment,to.; : What did she say? Tom-She ,said 8 15a Br.CineiBnatt. O-._......!Lv I 4.-
Article .
I4 screed V. be 11I4 the"and ; : ' : No. -'Daily; Pullman Drawing Room Buffet
.' X61 ._.f1tO" el ,.lute at the Ih&U he IU -. "."' ,]i/f"V'E, OAK*"JFLA". i. ;< n")I' +!;*)\j f"1.i. ;o. EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON Sleeping' Car Between JacksonvUe. Henderwit.vUl .,
rellel1lJ eleetiol -,! *. AahvUle. Hot Springs, Knoxuille and Ctnci&lnatU
l Im" tale Iris ,after the .. 8 ALL TRAINS.
t.1tI .. DeeM. IIW raWle&61'1t MOIIdQ, '. l. Paritr .f Bread. I
: M.at1 .
oll .
s et -- \ It -
cannot be too often :repeated-that ,
geese tte,4 ,. .11 : \
wre+et a.rtJ It The annual) NOl =Florida Limited-Daly Solid Vestibule'Tr "l'hiouilada eeachea
s III i ant. C. A. HARDEE and Pullman Sleep
sorb II the BROWN of all food that to table there Is
Criminal Court of ... I Viee. Pres. comes I ing( Can.Jaeksoavlle to Atlanta. Chattanoon and Cincimnatti. Ala Pullman Sleeping Car Jeaca.
tr4... tluJ .-I-r lh.e..aty$ be.where..tabiu ij IhaJJ, J| BOtN! ; ,W.: J. HILLMAN ,t \ nothing so pure as bread.-- >London I to Colorado Sprints CoL.via Birmingham Memphis. Kaaaaa City. .

... ....*. tttp ...1 ..err'uUowa I.aueh eouaties.t court Ie Bakers' Tlmus .. .; ; >
I H.s..a4dpopul.tioe. JAMES FREEMAN District Passenger Agent.198 W. Bay St,Jacksonville, Fla. -
,:! .. I..... .. hoIa Alteea thoaq+.4IIMwvdpw .. ,. i.. -. !. H7 HARDWICL P.T.MW..H.TAYLOR.Go P.A. BROOKS MORGAN A.G. P. (
.. Wrt I)." YleneG' flttee, hlladrei '.;.....i I 1>.1 c : : : .1 Ha who lives after nature shall serer

..nudes.. .....of....11'1IIII. population.twenty. ,. thongd !!!!:'=. -:: be poor; after opinion nhill never be __

.NF sad pwetM. ehag M....up..-twtnty.ave and 01 aU more part has hundred tw.of thin,duIIm.6": "KORIDA 'RAILWAY.; rich.;> -..Scneca.-.. ,iTHE :-:._- -._ '_. .-. Live] Oak Perry> & 1 Gulf

etl, t.m M t"aAtct berewith. ,tile?" 4 :, SCHEDULE. ,. *: BREATH OF LIFE. ,
i *.4 fct *, Ap.,nr.4due.f. 190E .

.=tt lc .. '"' AKTIcLeameudKmeniTLA : aEBfna ALL TRAINS ON 8. fA U BY Atm A..C J,. RY, AT LIVE OAK.CENTtlL ::)t'$ a significant fact that the :

4 rTe Frvrd. 161 o..ututlua it. following of the State to '. 3' TlHt,f ,i. .\ site UP. strongest. animal of its.size the gorll .:Railroad Company. .

PIt ...' M1iu. I t.....l1II4ic1ar7 Deperumens of Flails .. 1% also has the" largest lungs; Powerful ,
to be ,
1l.ar1. #j k < j.I. .li.j t.. I' SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20. W66, '
1.3 ." ... 41.42 do 44- 46.41 aDd 47 It e4t. II X41. Nat No. 4'" lungs means powerful
.. creatures. _
I end ,
smat IN hereto lINed It .111.3'-''. 't 11 ,, i .: I '.' Mailand ,
< 11I1. Zdi MixedFgtDaily -
4 t. Ai .. 'JI )' -
--&at.M 1.0 the eleeton of the 8s.U .' dt4tta flaw to keep' the breathing organs! -ii: ;ij EU i 1
j r.i to*. I*?, .-.a-Monday 1 IwtId oa tile ant ,' .' Express.Daily. Except
ti am I right should t man's
-4 'I.....e1 ,............ November A. .. p.iIr. Sunday +e t---- (
rejection. .
....... 4& 7 here a"-U" to.U be wit utahIiiW: t ',: ;. f I' t./. i ; ": ; f' ,' t i '? ,. Like thousands! of others, Mrs. Ora Mail and Pus Passenger 1.andl'aa STATIONS z o. Z 1Ix + dz..RNo

Away II t:aca ubla. belIeVer the.tea4 a Al Stephens of Port Williams 0.. a n w m
J; Gl.
veal.a1u11 w cIe&enlUne ill a tujgtn t ,.. ... ...Liva Oalr.,... .. 1 No.5 No.3..
"' ..... ......tart,oe the question at uysoaa(! I T t ala. _. _._.. .Al" 10 Za a III 150 P mI91 has learned how to do this. She Daily Sunday Only Dally IL Sun ,

WI h&Ml ci err'I.. .'."..aIIaIl newel be and appointed there.hby byUwi beaJ) dlli ILv."...............__._Tortet._......._..-......_.._. 1000am 6 30 Pili writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King'sNew A. M. P. M. Leave P P. M. P. K. A. M. A.M.,

iff !i i eeArardbv &h.Senate who.haIlhcldb ; I l i :. _: > ..._Ly. Discovery .stopped ,my cough. of Leave Leave 40 Arrive Arrive Arrive AniYl
... I" '- + '' V 63 amUs 620pm ,800 1.30 ue 5040 1..08 UI
{ tai lilt"qth I. he b ui4yt. dwell .ye&ropalylee tn t r. -Wi"It\ :... !..'\i. .Z. 1\! 'i' I\:' .. % two years and cured m& of what""my t ,a IS : La \ t b4 _-.Live Oak.Sink-_ Cl' U8 1.66 tl.
I 00 ; Boek
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.. 1M....., at (Ill,. ''vLsai -", Lt 50. m 603 .116 w U8 .12 1.4
:: fcMUMf* : EMambla. The erII AII trowel t1 .rr .T rY p m ; ., a 01 .starr.-. 0 u 9.13
: U friends thought! 0 it'sgrand ,IZ -
tt : sow HI' > f' Ii W t.J cbnsumptipn L5 ; COt 5.20 U8 U'
-" toUbtifbed iq ICsoniba r ...
; dott :: ,.... ............ )(llk1and..L': ; 125 ." us .815 Mercer
M a la adopUoa of these meDdin 3i I I t, a.6Ii 1 44 a m (55pm(40pm. for threatand": lung .-trou- 'J 130 .fla\t.-.._. .e5 5.11 US 9.01

_.;...I N....... I:;*JI 44..Is...,.lit.. Doan. h of criminal record u COIIrt herein ofllllli prods' I ta _..__....c.:.1..w..WI1marth:....;...;. .:.. ..............Lv. ..36.. m bles." Guaranteed by Barclay & Ar.. 8 8 24'39 Ar is 2.09 Ar. 3 40 -r.-Lancaster.-Park. Ly 154 318: LLOO 1.08 Lv l,26&18 Lr0 UO

II I:........,inch court: of record u< fa 1 LI....?. .... "....Wtlaurth.__... .Ar. -- -,.- Lvt US. Lv U5 I Lt' 'HO Dowling A.r 139 Ar US Ar 9.10 Ar 8.a
; Groover druggists. Price 50c and A.r Ui, 1i! sad r cctv. the molunaa 4.S 333 LyUJO LOS 8.
r i ..... ......Jira tioa of their pleient It 2y.,; lr_-,._,-0._..Lnraville.Lurmvill .-. _...._ $1.00. Trial bottle free. &SO Ly"SO 20 -.Chaner-.._.BeJJ......_ ISO Az..48 &*
..... Q
4L n..wI .. 03
court pel jIIdp.-: e L.- I { -1- ; '; t '9 f r .sf ? At 125 Mayo Junction f u LvL 8.114
::;-- ....... '< **..liMl*.ritinal jurisdiction of iIlennaiL 45 lit _. ... U3 I Ly8.ot
..*taatuL .hieli hall wise in EsooU K t Aa.... ,HWi1maPtk.ftuIIL' : .......;..._..:;;:;:-;;.;; ;-. ,_ .a. 1.00 I, 5.00 Ly. 4 146 40 ....: .5110..Day-_ 11' I.UO ArUi ArUl

III'-"1f"tMf Mil., Ua DM ka v. In Egcambw ounv, MCIKk t- { ,! 0 10. '" ,.........,......WUmartiu. ,._. ,..........__..Ar S35amS2a a 39 II m DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve la best. t 1110 06 i.06 5.10 152 Townsend. a IIi oe 4.U-30 1.49 135
tlreuit Court a45 7ss
and Circuit Jod t .
+ '" 0.6iiiliaLf. 12 __,SmitL-.. ,
"...*9, UMMIM original jurudicOM rfi i Get DeWitt's. Good for everythinga 1 25 6:25 z n us 1.30 oUI
,' *.*' wit ... .... .. ,ii i ,".. on ": _. .._.8I1."lIneeRivtr.Lv. j m 5 37 paD 9 38 5,38 5 2T _FenboDowa1Lv 2 3Ii UZ 8.11i LA
Batter the circuit 4
u court a IIhlltL' .
2.8itt used At 610 .....-perry ....
salve is for, Including piles Ar II SG Ar 5.SO Ly
;; .>.. eat l.RIUittj led...W nM county,and the MUM peen.wa. I. l .____.Nor olod_... __.._.._Lv. 9JOam912am S2< m Ar.1'ao Ar'30 .AI 636 Hampton Spa. .L:206' Lv9m 3.50 Lv LCD Lt 6.40
** MKUraui. injuDctton. ,. .., = P512pm hue
# Sold .
;::=-t .. by City Pharmacy,
... ..
.s4 prdsibiuon habeas eorpuasdtlhr } .._... .
I i y.i Ar. __ .May. ". ....._._...Lv.

I **** and aeecuary M the circuit the eompkt court*u4e naaturudvOon I J.t-..,. .......******.*JaJ0 UAUA.Mts ....--..-._-,.Ar. i 00 pm -- -- MAYO and: J\TON
.. .1. II ... ,.
s< IaI4 COUDt ', except the powrt;
....., fie sumt4une)and empanel I irudfcr I h... ..... ".........Alton.....____Lv. 445pm480pm
Iwtlwr ZL Then shall be ox taati I iii. /, L?_ ... Alton...'....................__.Ar ATLANTIC I1 COAST ij I LINE lI ( PL.I I I PIJF1 i Paeai
...n M 25iilr8 Pit and Frt. and PaR J'uaenger Frt er'd end

Aertiui 4L year.There shall b* for uid BEi tr t tt -tAr.------..._....Mavo..., ..... .................._.Lv. 'OS pin No.7' Nu 9 Na 11. STATIONS No 8 }Ilea. let I Nu. 14 t

rI > > attorney who shall be iDmui I t I |i |aIL,_......M.... .N.yo...__._.Ar. 110 am 400pnt Dally ex Suer Daily_eL Sue Sunday Only Daily ex Sun. Daly IX Sun Sunday Onlt
i *.* U.>.v_ and confirmed by tot$o* I.. A. K. P.M. P. K. A. -. P. M. A.. M.
PClttit, .Iw.a.U Md hu office for four yet EitMU I t ilflttiiU'Jiam'1 I I ._gan Pedro._......._..._.. Ar. 90 a851am' 340S ROUND TRIPExcursion Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive.
:;, .fl Itut.I *aaU. b. fixed by Uw.. 11 9.10 4.30 6.10 Bowling Park 1.01 1.30 8.M
..-.Ui s "i. All offenses triable Ia.*< I'I > 1 '_,....._....Salt Road.iw. .....-...__.Lv. M pm 1.10 .46 5.22 Mayo Junction 7.58 1.20 8.44
=ah i11Cate .. k.amiMeutod upon infonnaQoa mdat 92 Rates 9.23 U 5.34 Clark U7 8.10 1.33

-.. lUi by the prosecuting attorney.K I iI I 1.f _._._Askoid....._..__. _.Ly. 8 49 a m 265pm240pm 9.38 6.03 6.44 Peterson 7.35 8.00 8.2.1I
fats t.*a.l Jury of the circuit court far sail 2"IIf'IIL' 10.00:6.30 I 6.56 I Mayo a 7.20 I 1.48 I all

::= 44t1tt411 ..MV. Mdvt f<*say utleru ;t able,ia tM I" -.. .. .. .... -Chirlton....___.._....Lv.Lv.. 833am823a Ar 10'10 Ar S.4 Ar 6.02 Alton Ly tOO Lv 2.38 LY 8.00
.* ....... Vpo the finding of suck oafs a
-*. wt.M jvdce thall commit or bail tto i f. 39Keene FROM JACKSONVILLE. B Regular stop. Connection msae at Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak.and Perry
;:1 .
a I I iin: BJu .......__
Z 20
O n m pm For information to connections with other lines, 'phone call General
1w flit. ... tt..court bf record,. 'hidtr) or on Passenger Agent

J I&;s I TWt b. ..... Infurmation.' i' i M, ,1i|ak '----..Fenhollow 1.0II +y....... .--...-..?.?LT. 815. m 210 pm $38.40-Ho* Springs, Ark., on sale phone 147. Lewin Building. Live Oak.
wttua 4i The clerk of Mid equrt THOMAS DOWLING. President R. P. HOPKINS. General Passenger Agent

-t1: I Ins .*&..ta.....a d.U by Ufice the clecton for four of years Esc,+and mbte'nul tn cotWi I'Ma I ( 'a f LL.Denmark.2.6I .............*.. .A4w. SOS a III 135pm800am daily; limit ninety days.

i Iomgell Ka U bed. by law.execcthe TheaheruTtft offica.* !t (a,.At.--.--Perry 3.3 .............-..............Lv. 120pmWv $17.65--Memphis, Tenn., on sale October -

'tt'lft. i.i; W mfity. tad hu alkali dotie be the and fees hsU befiwtrrtaa 15, 16, 17, 18; limit

44. The same rules of proao '" October 31. Extension, November
... wmiw which obtain in the circuit: tout j: rt Telephone. Stttioa. (f) Flag Station. (r) Register (a) Regular Stop. (a]) SEABOARDAir
"'" : l.1 de. .maiy aaU obtain in the court of tumid *, 30.$10.35Atlanta .
; T. P. ALSTON Superintendent.
h.. nriatirt U criminal courts of scorn J
.- .. a*1I TwM" provided herein.nhaU WP1I n ,UlUlia,GoMtal PuMncer AgentTLANTIOOOAST Ga. on sale October -
'J Mat..4 ta. court of record. Chnj a" -
t m t6s.e. ': .., .. bad from the court of record ill 0 -;-- 9,10; limit October 20. Line RailwayFor

... evurl W another county fur the ores Extension to October 30.
*. .;4l ..4 ...,Ole law providing foree
_ 4 ......'.. ... *.ue Inm the circuit court of one ew:1
: 'Tin' G" $10.35--\tlAnta Ga., on sale October Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigh
c wuH of another county. LINE ,
ctrcwt1.tabta **, __ __ __ _
ta U order the I J I B P n B T *
MI discretion 19, 20, 21, 22; limit j
county or of any other
'" see w awe knna or parts d '.j 4, ,
-... ... ...... .Wwrr4.' Any mil cause in the court r,
teedrle Extension
.... U tm4 before a referee,or In cs* : to November 15.
: f .t'a 01 the judge of the court of Rorida Georgia Alabama
:,.., .. "W by.judge ad litem.ormar k $10.85-\tlantat Ga., on sale Oct- Three Elegant Trains Daily

....... ..,..,. *-die circuit euun of Esauibie_0 ober 12, 17; limit October
.t a... __ sI nor wt.., the same gover.m 1111' Jrglnia! North Carolina and SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
.IIJ .w ta aile MOM pntvisiomi a uo'.Mga et 23.$13.2onirmlngham.
.. tb. circuit court of Eamli SEABOARD EXPRESS
-I: MUMI 4T. The Supreme Court avW d Ala. on sale
.. ... t. .!M*.appelku jurudiction IB all ; t South Carolina.
d0t nil. M ewtujr originating in the coin tile .; October 14, 15; limit leaving SEABOARD MAIL

a4 ia t..r.4 con*Ictlon of fe Birmingham October 21.
F'WeA.I -: s
1 st'-4. Tb dixmt court of .. ,
.....truU'appellate juriJldieI .AI 55* Extension to November 21. MODERN PULLMAN "
.. ...*MWMr.tOld in the eourt "/ ""Tikil :
v ....ta I .....*r.nU of error prosecuted from "gW |; The Qreat Highway of Travel from $ 7.70-Macon, Ga., on sale November -
...t **rztf .*...... hether to toe Supreme toe Coo"ant ... .? 11 The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pull-
to 17 inclusive
m ,
'I :
;: I khall U prosecuted
-' a...#...tMmo bed en.tdtrg to the eame ry1w +eg'oe..Jlae. M &ill limit November 20. man Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonvilleand

'f II"'" tvrt fr.a the Circuit Can't 4Eat a, W est Nora South. New York via Richmond Washington.. Leave St. Augus-
--:Montgomery, Ala., sale
$11.25 on
.. ... ArfMV.IJitaeC.190C.I tine 12:10: P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays. };
*" "* rmV October 20, 22, 23, 24, 251
-J.... h. .... 'I I A1Tw'u XXLIfdrti s
: .. ...1... MHcri ,1 Ti.. Ike of F9 U L, TO, THE EAST, THE FAMOUS 26; limit October 29. ONLY LINE

t j ... 4 W la.C utttuUuB of the SUM ah+ lit $25.50-St. Louis, Mo., on sale October -
.. and
\:: .... ....*...ea. M M tae M hereby tutors agreed of theSute to .t,1k !DA.AND WEST INDIA LIMITED 14, 15; limit leavingSt. Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.

t:-t, e.we4e ..sal eWud ia IM for r.tilieatiollL a SJ Furjfull ivtforntath an1 :>l-'-p>r leseivatic'ns call
....... Ieetlrt Either branch of the T, Louis October 20. Ex- of f Seabourd: write
of. .... ... en uay avert or
4 0 ...1IIaI-'ue thereof. at*' try
'4l. W t..u W laU CoMtitutwn: and lot itfj ND NEW YORK EXPRESS. tension to October 30. S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.,

.. -... : ...... to .y threa- t.of all th' as : Buffalo Assistant General Passenger Agent.
N. Y.
.... .. to each such proposed $32.80- on sale October N
I l ... iara .. ....... upoa their ", pedjv' J0Ui II 10, 11, 12; limit leav- JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
'r...... .
I la ,hall be p\l
-f ........... ..*.VMM........ ."two Mlb "here a telJ JIll ; MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY ing Buffalo October 19.
"' ... "bblbe ..& far ode month immedi& Ia \. ,,1WfQI
..... rmeral election oftaMU ReP $17.55-Gulfport, Miss. on sale November NOTICE OF SALE. the indebtedness cf said estate, will, i

i ... iob+.h elreteoe till acme.hall be .u "s "[ ER" VIA ATLANTA. 12 13 limit on Monday the first day of October,
... ... ......, tW Stu for.Pproval orthe ; November Notice is hereby given that under '
t'J ........ "otilpoII A. D. 1906 between the legal hours
S Ib6Juntf vi 1M.IecLora 28.
'i t f ... ....... hall ad till, and by virtue of an order issuingout

> n.a.. ....1 II tr eu &M at e,1W1 eleclion beceme a par1w ty litbla. .. S :WS $19.60-Xew Orleans La., on sale of the court of the County Judge, of sale of said day, and at the front
t-i I. .. .. The proposal aDltndmcntl, t AND THROUGH COACHES ON[ AllTRAINS. door of the court house in Suwannee
....t 1e1tt4a I s.hawtu1..t.enehk the ekctr peals October 12, 15; limit October in and for Suwannee county Flor-
t t ".a.... ... bid off and sell at public
._ U.- fI county, : ,
t9- ....... .. a. ta.tWU.Iwparatel'at,.hich this wfata t dreb __east Line mileage books, good to all points, via all 30. Extension to Nov ida, dated the 31st day of August, bidder
the highest
.. ate out-cry
.. *
aJurted b, the elector "j.... ember 30 A. D. 1906 wherein and wherebythe
-. -. ,... IMH.f the Cocutttutioa from as Washington and as far West as St. Louis, therefor, for cash the following des-
UI_ e.'.....II tbe I&IDI. New Excursion rates to other points. undersigned as administrator of
; ". wr 1906. ,:. ,Orleans rates 2500. cribed land, or so much thereof as
... ..... .:..t-.III._ : WI ; the estate of J. A. Adams, late of ,
J tu&'n compliance Limits schedules Pullman '
i dec accommodations to the Indebtedness -
.. be pay
4 e s edanata. sad Lbe c&nvasa + Suwannee county Florida, deceased
.... tteae u..r.t.shad be subieeSOd:;ttI w. lE5, :l?NSULT_ THE PURPLE FOLDER. and all detailed Information of the aforesaid estate, to-wit:
.... .........rastrieUou sure pro;..... .. was authorized to make sale of so
Stata i to above and other points The W % of the N'W Vi of section
L- f'-.t Dcu.-the ofh an4 fn1C of said decedent -
real estate
'fj Ie Ida tJ.I information regarding rates Pullman reserva- much of the
hlTUIY WDaKOr. application either
cheerfully given on
four (4),
In Township
t::: : I 4d s.d aIIIled the RYe yMa+eA as may be necessary to satisfy eight ((8),
: call write
$IL&'l :taa. 01 FlondL at ef A,. K& on your nearest ticket, agent, or In person or by mall, to south of Range fifteen (15) east, lying
... daJ the indebtedness of said estate, I,
first ;
.nut. this O N Fla.
"J"w ..... .. 1--. Dist Pass. Agent 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, FRANK C. BOYLSTON and being situate( the county ofSuwannee'and t
._ v8& J. H. Wetheringtoa, u administratorof \ j
H. Fla.
Agent 138 W. St. Jacksonville .
: Bay state of Florida.J.
aveer, District Pas8engt"fgent, the estate of the said J. A. Adams,
Mr., .. T.J. H. RICIFSSOK.Sl-n*a : -' Traffic Manager General Offices Wilmington, N. C. WBTHERINGTOK.

.::,1' rt** ?&38. Agent G Deral Offices. Wilmington, N..C. 138 W., Bay Street- Jacksonville- Fla.- deceased, fr- the purpose of paying H.

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STOCK of Bond,.Linen and Rag paper ga' ) ._2 .,1A4 .1of I,

To the boy .or girl who/forms' the: most words out of,the letters contained in i ,OUR 'the largest carried Florida, andvi&tj roll Tho', !water gar fed Is rely tit tAJ tiM.....-'I I ..

"Black Cat,using each:l letter only the number of times it appears in the word i equipped' modern Printing Plant, naw type, and aria p te the ftreetaotUlti MOIl .......,,: lIIaIII. ...
printers we can furnish you with Stationery !& ;rid .14 tfJ"" .., ...... 4. $0"

Mack Cat." Contest closes and prize'will be given Saturday October 6th. .and prompt. as any establishment in the South A"j trom the cult .. r..... >roiti4trI
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mornlni eo.'n i (iliored .
"Black Cat Shoes the best children's dress shoes made. See the will convince 40 this < ,..
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THE LADIES' EMPORIUM l |rta" Ga.'.,scirci, fceptesn&Sr aid UK l 1Aterry lil t" ssF

f LIVE OAK fLORIDA short in this MlUKi .,
very .
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3 Free Delivery. L. S. Harvard, Proprietor. Phone, 159. I .-, rain i from the et eel iw III
I ILclianged. 41. ,,-.
4 this section. Puttee s tr
.ft ..Yv,yY. .. ...... 'YYY..Y..tYYYYYY..V.YYY..YT'1TYT: badly damaged #-..,. .--'

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:>oo afternoon Miss huybottom. t tI w, Dlle" .- I real!;' hare. I'm older now demonstrative, n Men shetIa .Liter News From &onII. I t MII -' a_
I politely.: : I I meditated "Well." I acknowledged, and have gained! awada of tact. Alice tlways presses iny gJamfca: : :',. j jt t -....
hoked'up.. her face tremulcut "it was an ambiguous sentence. ,But will you try me againr orno-, so 1 have leameJfl! !*!. ifilfe, Kit Sept. H.r ,,-- ..
blushes. ",,:ty, Joe!" she ex t why should you have chosen to take the I was talking to the.back of her pretty best thing to be p:'cywll..t):"*" t MarrfcaB.e, which ferJwem twetM. ars ..'. #.,j :$
IL d. "How glad I am to see yon! uncomplimentary meanlngt"Yoo oughtto bead, but I kept on desperately. At By her Innocent manner' > h. 1> cJaIBN ... .
sit down." I bare known, me well enough know( last-she turned around. I .leaned forward have thought she haj: 1he..GuJ.t ot Mute tat .s. !.
down, my heart throbbing with that I wouldn't have intentionally hurt eagerly. times she had taken d 9l sea damage on the .**M III s
1 was about to blurt it all your feelings;; ::1 meant it all right-' "Joe" she said, "just look out here." when we h'l been drlvicjif' I&tonight whipping fbpoii* i liiaatFLLti
% > at once-my longing for her and "I know L acted very foolishly, Joe, I looked out grimly.. A.woman. wa I really felt dhcou-ari 47e'Uf Alabama! In a IOft"I1t.* t
y but I tired and running toward the train,, *- : Aunt it1d1d''
delight! at being with her agaln- was nervous, and that followed by \ your pi;at a velocity but el1BibtN .
Copyright my eye chanced to fall on her speech was only the last of many. As I a thin girl and a. fut little boy. Into I bad better f:1mGJSe.. Ken.
In letters I look back they seem unimportant the: car they tumbled, not breathless, to see me." I M. the forty-eight 1MIea +ia .
great glaring
1&:. .case."Mrs. Dr. Arbogaste." enough} ,but really, 'at the 'time'you for they all talked at once and fell ink "Oh sh3 doesn't bear jwis; rded in New Orleans iwr s ;
It is a receive twa separate individual kept me ,In a nervous'straiq! i wondering! a seat across the aisle. She has forgotten aU boot:. AttM. f
men who -the first that sie was denied to what you would say next Do you remember "Who would have supposed that clock tunate speech. Besides she fc ;rts received by the .. LLtatt !
at home: <: forever the'second t:::t her charac: the time you had mentionedsome was slow?" panted the woman. "Why.I on. She w/ot: that h>*oa2* !o not indicate any' tett 4 ttfc
pleasantries had lost soiceth: ng; of I i's sweet sim I Mrs. Newrk-h whom you had met thought I bad plenty of time." -chat with n.e: white: the taa.*: 'damage to property b. ... ,
and I asked you what she was like? "Ma 1 want a drink. remarked in tstoaiisbinatlon
abroad. In to ao- of Lor ll'Oiming her- I the Aunt Rachel an ill wire commaBt4tt w .. I
." You answered.OJi.. the! kind of woman fat boy emphaticaily. of reds and pa1! rRk
u.: M:s. Dict) I Wronged and laht wMI irw
nature I it 'el'gntful' that: we both hap- that you would expert; :: to see wearing.a "For mercy's sake, be still and let aboard. She greeted Allee '"
lighted to s ; to get this train! ?" sie said, her purple bonnet and red waist:: me ketch my breath! We ba\en't our prediction and me with ,. resulted !ia mMfcaapletely. 01 .
California "I have faint Mobil. A* -< -
face stilLpin'j. remembered borne remembrance of jackets an' Johnny's collar an' necktie dlality. '
wasn't, that ; your collier lives around bore some unpleasant occurrence over the lyin' on the table: !. Mercy, ain't it "But, my dear," he el tees heard from fr MII I' .. 4c
oaly,. \\ wbE're.- I suppose you are-visiting remark but"- lucky I heard the train whistle! But weren't you on the train r four hour t-" e- t
we had "Wby.cut Kaihel was and to think that clack ..
t"G? present was slow! thought it was yesterday
that. '! bowed a,s'nt. I sou!Sri t trust my her favorite combination of colors Is Alice was taking a ridiculous interest were to come" -.. f Plates JUrJ Iii.kis .....,. "I-
cursions '(>Just. yet. red and purple. Ikm't you rememberher In these people. They had come in at "It was yesterday y," .- ,., and Mow Pserfs. ttsw
talks and 1 am vlsit'ntrx: : but I a-n gang' scathing: : rejo'nCer'r": a crucial, moment( and I.' was T not with the ghost oftlou. : : e; been heard from tar ttaea .r '" ,,.
all t soon. I'n c'a'. r n on: my way Too well I remembered It. So that pleased. a'' :;' : 'but,I tl:1Ji" f Hour.. hours, Moss ftte N0' 1s.. .w
to( 'the end see Xo. 43. 1 t'"Vt tfc'uk: I.cau;.1 was it-urj penchant for saying the Poor"tired thingsr: murmoreJ \ ice. my watch being? *}ter five feel In tar .
as we many more r'la'vcs": : wrong th'ug: iti the right place or the "They will be cold without their don't give that as 4 req'f '' (J.' dew *
hanging right thing: lii the wrong place. 1 joined !" hadn't beeasp ,! 10 o'clock M Ja.... .-, t <
mu-t bavep"0"cl n sirryb e Ufe1''I\! wrapa though. If it
art rooms ,., \.t '.l'ir'! ? r'Vt scorn to no- rupful'y! ,In Alice's\ melodious laughter "They ougbtUobe': J cold'r.'l! { growled:I would ,have; bed; soiB4ilTlikely. .!. ."""+ _. .... -
Alice's, she ; t _> S'je ciaU&l: .] in lu' ('::\r'n? way and kicked surreptitiously at the Why didn't they start in time;" ." ; 1'1 a henry rate a.l !;tat .*" -...*
her finger 'fo'. e th'l'l'n*: mt>ai of o!'. 1-er pc'- suit case. "Why, ,the clock:l was sew Uoy I I groaned in the ptttet4 ap; oYontgonrery, Ala.. M w .. ."
tears and :s: u&nr! t'oZ',:!'frl rags: of "It"that uusghtly; : object. is in your could they help it if l1hey'didu't l -know I I it: .Wby-b uln.O kept:4q; ge vaa done. j .
hoped she \ fn 'all t over.r.J';.,Lit tli'ou'h: it all I way. remarked Alice sweetly **set:It I. the clock was sbw?" Alice's tone was fering tongue? ,kate vai bI! .Is i tlowiaj at IHNHt.:MMB
I am tastin.the.Litter'fat in the ujsle.: I don't know where the >ra .
) that she be reproving. : Same! of me; after aJ1.I 411 of at .
; j adr nte. aid > "q.te::>; 1
being able : to a:!:>t!ll'r. owner L, but as didn't. see any other "Why, if it had not been the clock It'VAunt lla bel's departure: tile II' the rain hai, .
her : ((","'1 tjf$'atlsst-"uow that it L; unoccupied" seat, 1 ventured to take would have been something ebc," 1 I Into a tunnel Just as I flHJ thlrtr-stx need elri > \
sailed that 'late to rplr': : m"tie it prabab'.y: : this.... asseverated. I the advisability of going i "f;
of my be any good for you to tell me. "And you are not Mrs. 'Dr. Art>- Neither, of ni spo kefor'awhile! Alice, i. er, and shooting ''nyself a dI bit a }l\ to teel the ... a .. ...
and I ypu threw me ol SJ sullenly that gaste?" I said stupidly. was watching her neighbors, and I waswalting'tora I hand stole into( mine ana fie 11 tq I O'clotk M tl. iei4 i-
lug Y: lu the Mark Henry, but it would be '.Xo, nor Mrs. Anybody Else But her ''uudiYided;attention. ole in the uniYen>e& been Increased to M ears -
whether .1 considerable satisfaction to me to where is your wife? From what you Finally;;whea they began*to observe'the I "I have via: !Idea tbfS l+}2,c i' ller1ou results, 4
love. ," said I inferred" landscape Alice took o3f: her glasses.: tunnel. Joe. 1d-and-l f16 ale and N'arijrttttvashouU tl-, .#
poor love said you thought I should wa! "Why girlie.! I'm not marrIed. II "Aunt ItAchel will probably come in 1! still 03"! ..,laTeral )Uii ..
for it was the poorest collection! I mean to 1t1ou h, if the sweetest girl the car at the next station" she Mf J. au
,at her. (> pictures you had seen for a loneMONEY I In the word: will have me. Alice. I've: "and you may remember; : she is rather said I Read the Live Oak Dad! over no trains ar, tutir ri. "'t
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tt places 111 Ikee .....J 1to. ris
For $150 I will give the combined writ Or rr .
you course (Bookkeeping, Stenography and Typ { reF

ing), pay your board and room-rent for: six months., Met It tot ")1..1I1ctoD ,- *
SAVED IS MONEY MADE i Or, for $88 I will give you a complete course (four months and Ba *
old addage, and a very true ) in Bookkeeping Sept 21.tont'nlll .--.].....\., ., ."
one, too. "Anyone," says our great finan- 'I or Stenography and Typewriting, and pay your board and room-rent. Five'mon 'fir'tall ._ ..asS. t. t
for only $100. Gf 'ulmal ta4.*. .4 -<<
cier, "can make but the amount
money, : to
many ..
you make will depend entirely upon your If you want tuition alone, will. give you a Life Scholarship for $50. Or five monthsforj$ :'.b fu modiaed Inqees tw' tlwa... 'a.eI! x

I Qualifications. A day laborer can make .
from $1.25 to |1,50 a day, while a bookkeeper I have trained thousands of young men and women for clercial work, and placed them in pA -b a ..... ..."'1It ....

t or stenographer can make from $15 if you place yourself under our instruction at the t1er>t S.-p--W- s '

4 to $25 a week. I propose to give you a positionsSOUTHERN d& *" ,,_ .
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