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 28, 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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'LIVE"O ; FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. "itiot% Tea Cents a Wee!:. _


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k T 6E COUcrRY Xo Material Change in Situation- Government Reports Number. of 'People 'NOT PUT OUT A STATE
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) alf STORM Possibilities of Intervention. Killed By Railroads. TICKET

Havana, Sept. 28.--The probabilities Washington Sept. 27.-During the

of United States intervention in year ending'June 30, 1905'
CommercialPrinters OFF Cuba loom 'up this afternoon bigger >; FULLY $3OOOOO a statement issued today by the HE is
::::) than at any previous time. In fact, Interstate, Commerce Commission,
Pf intervention is close at hand, accord- t:

ing to the concensus of opinion. an average of twenty-six persona
No Loss of Life Thus F81"Repol'ted.Though ,
****. I 1ItfI.;.:aad;< Impossible to Get i Many party leaders while 'not will Impossible At This were killed 'a day and 238 injured a i Rev. ;J. E. Lee Makes Statement}

L rf.Reportsjromplete ing to begin negotations, with their Time to Know day on railroads in the United States.; He Deplores Atlanta.v=

> f l opponents, submitted a ''proposition Riot ., ,
"" total *
number killed' during the
-' .!i .!llite _. .. regarding the negotations which 'r' --:.\
', ;.:..;.-' merely proposes that they'be. broken year was 9,703. while the injured .

,I : Pensacola, Fla.. Sept. 27.-The numbered 86,008.
off when difficulties'arise'.
281: The'gulf (Jacksonville Metropolis.) 1
M4 MK too small f fore gept Its force worst storm and hurricane that the 'The greatest 'casualties were *
_beian$ to show Joseph E. Lee, collector ( internal
the wire ,.Army; Is, Ready, Gulf coast has experienced .since ,the a I 'ong'the railroad employees foL. ; o -,t
air : as
[ : uore4 .
'di FlorIda
for the
rjfthj t l ii i (be revenue district o.f -,
PrinliiijMM to Mobile., and New' :, : i Washington, Sep 28.:-:The army village'of Pensacola on San Rosa Is- lows: Killed 3,361; injured, 66,833: and secretary of the State .Republican .,

wftkli! our limit : } -fte J do- appears"general general staff Is' now holding, its first land was swept, 107 years ago, began The number of passengers killed committee says, that., ',no j
Gulf of full session presided : by General
j tgGmer and the over last. night,and Is still.raginglate this was 537 and Injured 10457. candidates will be placed in the field,

aii ieatward to the ;;MUals- Bell- ,.to. .discuss'( the-, Cuban, military afternoon.It Iu t 4he preceding :ear31U passen by the Republicans in Florida. for the,

i WJMUY IF MAIL OROERpItC R ( F"Therer)ga been;no comTiii plans.. _, t* '. er;{were>l d IUed.and" 9,1 H'f ttiiti( .l. election which, takes place in November -
is that
since J reported many lives be-
flew Orleans The total number of other
SALT RUNS SHORT. persons 6th next. Lee says it. ,would.
.,...... '- word from there tween the city and navy yard ,have than 'and '
""' "J" I' I )The |cast employes passengers killed be useless to attemto J? ele.ct. any,

I n-, ., tyrt bad been dam- Price Jumps Uptfor Third Time la been lost but as many' reports of was 5,805, injured. 8,718. These fig- Republican as things now ,exist,,ID .

-(1 fciad Unlit and Rag papers >is.t. l tftwiad And y.'theJ' ',,', i". ;" ,, this character have been current all ures include 'the casualties to per- Florida. :
N .Jif. .it wrW in Florida, and/'with rI 'g fHU4! take PonrT 1. .13hort.Period, day, the report does not obtain credence sons trespassing, of whom 4,865 Though a. negro, Joseph E. Lee is
,I'water 1s reported tour .:>Tew York'Sept.; !7;=The- International 'It ''known however that killed .
$ fa l frisUftf I tint now type and were and 5,251 were injured.In one of the.? most sensible and

far&& with artist \ Salt Cpmpanv yesterday many of the :houses in that section 1905 one passenger was killed ., of his race in Florida, and that; is
t WI I
you Stationery as chi tye'hladf1g'blowing I the raised its prices salt approximately are under five, to ten feet, of water for every 1,375,856 carriedand one one.reason why he,has' held his" posi-'
If MJ went in the South. A tlij 'ftao gulf. 60 cents per ton. This is said to be and have'
j the many women been taken injured for every. 70,655, carried. For tion so long unopposed. He deplores.
will eotirlncc i 'tili morning communica- the third raise within a'period 'ot from windows and 1904 show 1,622,267
JI t second story carried the figures that the race riot. in Atlanta,' and says

\ Ifcllf' UUTM yt'tiNiiliFtllti'APPLICATtOx I I n oredlOr a'moment with tutee months: 'The latest"advice are to'safety in boats. passengers were carried for cine'kUl- both sides are Vat fault, and'agitators

,Itf $pode5 \gale blowing that,, the shutting down of. two. ofthe' The estimated property damage is ed, and 78,523 passengers'were carried and indiscreet advisers, are partly

." ._ m, e* Jirtorrfnis-and! the II largest producing, plants! in the $3,0001000. Every house in Pensa, for! one'Injured. responsible for It. Lee also says all ,

,, !UI raelgt1 ,Utica 'district] has caused aFshoriagein cola has suffered damage and''many '- ". "" men should obey the laws and all

; :;: the supply;; thatihe demand Is un: roofs are blown off. Telephone and 1 o'clockJhis\ ,morning.! There: is no warned: against violating them and

(MK PUBLISUlN6 CO SOT. Damages) .Cotton-...... precedentedlg\ large and that difficulty ,I telegraph and electric light' wires ar i street"car traffic, ,. and communication. 1 both white and black do all\ 'in their

: c",Ga.. September '28.-=- has.T>eeniexperienced In secur among the ,mass, The ,water frontis ti; with the outside world is practically 'power. to maintain' respectable and

i"T".hd the cotton ipg cars tq pransporj.the product., .. :strewn with wreckage for miles i cut off. V friendly relations, between the races.

lt OAK, flORIDA teIT abort in this section. on either side of the city, and ves. ;' The streets of Pensacola are strewn Lee is down on the agitators whose,

di from the east coast Just All Quiet la Atlanta. lare piled on the wharves, 01' \ with {lathers,,tin roof ing,and broken bad advice lead men into trouble ;and'

taCflon-! ,Cotton in ,,the At1anta ,Sept,. ,28.-r-Atlanta ha I where the wharves once were, in ut. glass. race riots.BOOKER .
: ter ruin. iron steamers and This dispatch; withI other tele I
Big I
badly damaged. down to business again with : II .
,.. settled I '
:: ::;--:;:- --- ---- matter ris being'carried to.
--- little excitement. Saloons are all I many 'lighter sailing ships are lying[ graphic' ; WASHINGTON'S ADYICE.

t..... tti+rs ttrptoabtratlre. r,1Je sbe tl.UeI' Uf- Xevs From Storm. closed and the police are keepinga high and dry up in the city WherE I I Flomaton; Ala.; by' -'the Western -, -'<
= tf M ANew t'!*ijrt pre lea my late 9i j Sfe: g any furthertrouble : the tide baanever,, known to, reach,'j( Union manager, who makes the trip Tuskegee Teacher Speaks Plainly to
ftpti ,closewatciitoptevent; :
: gyA}
fit bG4e. wi I have le.irneJ ttatfcl ;,28Tpe1t ; :
Many arrests "have' beenmade"and Everywhere for miles around L by train., It. feared, great. havoc Members"of His"Race.
:1 e1 I" prat t tLliig to be jiretuel"Uy : aAe,.which rot twenty- > .
[ :
wharves' have been swept away os' r 'and los of ; be shown when ,
........ Ira lif' prosecutions I will, follow;, ? lifewill New : ruleI
Lr inu )Bent mnnner oaiMT ", ...pe441r5yrntng the -.!ork.:,Sept 27.-.As a
:oJ k .fc... toiati8 of : leaving th i : damaged beyond'repair.i news from the entire section alongt
pL : Hundreds' are
thou;:! sbe haJ l I dib&OULpt-1igx1CO and,coi negroes never discuss mob violence, except
V The electric power was shut off ai t t the coast can be gathered. -
time, she bad taken off her jtfcliro .. damage on the coast fariaaaigiwhippIng city; when I am in the South, but in this
<:I Mt. Ian'e we t-l lK>tall driving or feiI "
..... ." I wally felt tllsco":tg d. ( ) throughaortheaseriy case I make an exception, 'said

tam hase. toUt fr\"e'L It your Aunt n3cbcl1aI f rW'1n | { MFLLOWMIStS; OF AUTUMN IN FLORIDAAmid Booker T. Washington, referringlast
L: *: Wt I k1" better ramoase. S e"won't iII Velocity ibut -slightly night. to the 'race riots inV At-:

a!tie lanta.
j ,trw" Id MC me. forty-eight miles an

.;;::.' L.i fa tip i iI ..Nt. *\\i3 doe alt bear you af7 ZLM *-*b N. in New Orleans during "In answer to my requests,"' he

tiL. forsutteu all about that :'tllla continued, "I will state that in my
of Eternal Green Which Wave Their Flying Banners
: 2r4 **! fiat kv tuutr! $|H' !fh. HeslJos. she'tsn, fteIved bJ,the Associated the Bowers address in Atlanta to the National

z-g HI*. wt. She w.-ut.> that s e woud! fieriot *, iji.,11tUC&te'an11085, of life, 'Over Our Flowery Fields Negro Business League, a few days
:5;* I with whle: the train r&lUchel ,
n e
the crimeof
iI''fcttgii to property is enor- ago I spoke plainly against
.J=0fi 4 IJM Aunt iu au astouiib ,
i! Jfi tire communication is se- assaulting women and against resorting -
W wtibnard. of reds and purpl have been reminded of its changingand Thou art the strange chameleon of
Caleb A. Ridley.) :
I feStsged ( I to lynching and mob law as a
and in in-
r' ( 4 b4 She' greeted Alice IeI'R'dWcloQ some I. beauties. I surprise,
f: t "rr! t wit aiul me with eattedlauty f?ia,resulted la cutting offlstely It seems but yesterday when .we i gorgeous remedy for any evil.. I, feel the pre-
With nameless noises and sad soli-
Iii traetlRsl r Mobile, Ala., not first cast our lot in sunny Florida, I Of all the climates in the world \ sent situation too deeply to give an
I .
> _1 It "Uut, my dear," she exclaim:d. Mt9 beard.trpm for nearly and, yet the revelry of two May days the nyear round few can equal I extended utterance at this time ex-

.) It .1 mss'l you on the train yesterfc i iINi'bt heart has given way to the' rising fever ours. We are blessed beyond our roam amid this bounteous beau- cept to say that I would strongly

It was yesterday -IS! of June, July and August which fellows in the tropics in that we are teous land.Glittering urge that the best white people and
..a ie6artalz ; .If1I h COme," rbees Hard Hit. the not, forced to endure that dreary in verdure in ,
I ICatI came in time to complete sunny rare the best colored people come togetherin
t:3: RIM Mf. at "I!I WM yesterday:' IlJU1ltt gad Moss Point_ Miss., circlet of the years. Twice the "sun dullness which must come with a sad orange and palm; council and use their united efforts -
t ... ...,. wtiU the ofa glance I la Bf, -
ghost' 0' beard from for nearly god. -baa. married. his, sweetheart' sameness of temperature the live- A blessing rests upon its oak trees to stop the present disorder. I
butt. "but I mlwe thePnm -
lvj toy .aVll, being ten jalnutw p Otlra,Moss Point report- June:" and. twice have the dark:>ha-':. long year.Nature grand, would especially urge the colored

t. ia4 y .....'. give tint as a Terr"0*** -9 }r fire feet deep la the dows of ,the ,live\ .oak. invited# us to A saint-like peace pervades its val. people' in Atlanta and elsewhere to
UwuL It It bath ft been OJ1 11 o'clock Wednesday seek their refreshing shades and rest has lavished her most gor- leys' calm. exercise self control and not make

rot I .. t :| tNil4 fcnvf been* sohieUiiii! ** our weary selves on their drawn geous dyes the fatal\ mistake, !of attempting to
I I taw.ralu Upon the of thy But instead of this song of perpet-
I 'sunny beauty
\ala: ; piety and high out carpets ,of meadowy greeny Twjcf! ? I retaliate, but to rely upon the efforts -

'- tu.. .. I| 1 Uwtwl the lttef1e5HtIt. f fI many{Ala.. but no teat : have the buttercup banned In the groves, loveliness and ever ripening fruits of the proper authorities to

..... w. 1 I ,"1 J" h dn'r I kfpt QUlehJJ, done.i grass and,the"'Willow,1: trees waved Where many a bird ,an airy opal our Northern neighbors look out upon bring order and security out 'o! con-
... I 1M frrta was but >i blo flies, V ) theblushing m01ntalrisVhef .t e
tongue fate > 1
.a.I j Shortl1! ring; at -Birmingham, their emerald, flags Twice have the fusion. If they do this, they will
,atyr l of me; ;after all. 1 St ; And where the lithe and spotted first tinge of frost has tipped (the
: Qf ...... It I' Anal Ilatbel's: departure the trail dr'4ain, and at buddings of'spring ripened into the have- the sympathy ;,of e ;good peoplefhe."worjd .
trees and sings: '
< roves.
ra nblbeen puma ,
... late a tuuneL Just as I oat continuhth 'lucious fruits of summer. TWO full offer = t / ;'j ,I

(, tW tJrUbility of going Into els i hours. years have gone and, here we are Color in pomp reigns master of the "Red leaves are fluttering' down the i "Wherever I have met them with
tf:: .-__ iiht"' 1} tf lad KOootlnj 'myself I nog to reel t e fltorm tj with glad heart .and hand waving a I land. I forest ways; I out exception I have found the lead

-'" \ Stmt l safc I Lana. stole Into mine and the tleh? a it 8 c' loek jtf ;oce glad: passing tohe' ', dead. summer Dazzling in rich of And silence deep is brooding over all ing colored people as much opposedto

:b. .t_. .. I. ID the mtlrse mU (! hCreased to an 'extent and extending,cordial greetings to I supremacy Save when, at times some lonely crime*as the leading white people -
,y iil4 ( I' t1 bari4}ilea this )ltu, : powers, '
+ n3 results; the mellow mists of'the golden fall. wood-bird's call ; but "what is needed now is to i
,L Jue imd-nl1d-'n gstttlus. ]Dowering with-deepest! grace thy f er- V
Ale and Nashville also Twice has the reddening leaf of aut- V Comes! fraught: with memories' of get the best element of both races
a. Is : the strand,
.. --- ... ..... D- trI xashonts -near umn sung: And reveling in the warm tint of vanished days. together and try to change: the pre-
H, ,. II ,.u.-r Read the Live fly p, the flowers. Along the lane the sumac torches sent deplorable condition of affairs. r

..... .....__. GALL. .............. min sections of this "Upon"my parchment sadly old, blaze; We, of both races must learn that

,4 . + t++; ++- +.: + ?fie New J Orleans and The record lives of summer's gold; Delicious land where fields are fair From orchard trees ripe yellow ap- the inflexible enforcement of the law '.
reprt its In veins there lingers now I '
tracks under And my with trees, ples fall; against all criminals is indispensable

'"allacea lathe vicinity The joy of spring's awakening bough.So Whose liberal rivers lave a lavish And eastward, far away, a mountaintall and in this I will do my utmost to

"'j Stenography and Type"'nt' 's I I, like many a human heart soil, have my race co-operate. t

d Wherefrom Life's shining days depart Bloom on amid thy flowerful mysteries Looms through the blue, its summit "The Atlanta outbreak should not

; \I> j'ot "31eat"t capped in haze.I discourage our people but should

&) Bookkeeping and Banking i +t ,28Secretaryr Keep valiantly some remnant yet Where nature labors without painor know not why, but autumn's golden teach a lesson from which all can 3

t.oanI and room-rent. Five Mont i with officials Of dreams we never quite forget. toil. prime, profit. And we'should, bear in mind

+tnimal When corn-lands brown are set with also that while there is disorder in
r industry and Amid the bowers of eternal green thee
The sun has blessed and his is and
for for $ a { ,amauy inquiries on the which wave their flying banners over beams escape stacks of sheaves one community there of peace others. Asa
P $50. Or five months j Ddiifed realize And beech burrs spill their nuts up- harmony in thousands
{ themeat In- our flowery fields we hardly Inn fecund ways, effulgent and benign I cannot refrain from i
colored man
-u, tq hold of autumn as it breaks on the ground,
good thatproduce. the full\ glory deep
metal in at that sweet fulfill expressing, a feeling of a very
them Seems, evermore
ark and placed .t eat North. ,
) at upon our neighbors further To kiss ,with color thy rich, juicy account of'the death of so
|kfteUuctk>natthe j We are denied the exquisite pleasure grape ment time grief on of both races l
innocent men
When Nature's kindly hand a chaplet many
"L received a watching the. maple put on its And tinge with gold the'glory of of the deeds of a few crim

S ;ititernoon frophe'serlou m I crimson and gold and the sumac thy vine. : weaves"Wherewith because .
COLLEGEUVgOAK.rLA. '. at last the waning Yearis ,inals.
j jI. s I and sassafras yellow and fade as win -1" .t I -
the Eden "of the crowned.
Ue ,with Thou art perfect
grandson it guards come
n ter s advanced K. C. Walcott of Cleveland Tenn.,
: fo :IfTiorth."etaJiutnmnfiithc'dream.Qf j9i/-v/-< ; r. */ whether north or south au- "
tteir t chilly breajhi me And, so, ; this'morning and
Presi ?t., I kiu the r the of and ,of was: iiu;/the |city + '
M. HATTON, : ihly all j. the Paradise sense rerfsWred'at'the EtheL l *
Continued )
on eight.
moods ( page
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better. seasons, and for the last few days

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No. bwjAotdlnat A Hor..' H..d. and "ee .
Bra $ C-o. ,never .puts his the < -
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ce, to rovtdej 'for?thtlevyfef tm mob even|the fill rI.n tHe |
taxes tor the A. D. 6 fI ( ,1Jr
ear lfg '_ _...
3'Scj1001 stands up on the,fey ND :; Jt. Qe
for Municipal purposes ifor: the ctt Bopks toes,' aid tola !* > P1** ,* "reasffl| O0NT "" ".' ::: ,
of life OafeTFlorlda;end it;-provide why he'c n tro'tr*o"tast! DofJbm' beels l -'". ""

a_slnklng! ..fundand for the .annual.. -The following' is'partlal-price list are his_hind.legst and what. Plansan5peeific tiall -]F Ii isl = if Ilu Cd&W. I

interests on the $10,000.00 bonded we call his knees are really his wrists ot)1 rW 11 .
of our rebound and secoad_ hand I !&] the; upper If 4
t n. part corresponding'
I indebtedness of said, City. school, books which are nearly- as annJa shorland Is 80 embedded In the 'WiH assumeiull_charge. oi buildings, j e.1. W4 u. .ou.'t
Be it ordained by tlle-Mayor.and. --
good as new.Baldwin's muscles of the shoulder that the elbow lip
the, City Council,,! the ,City' of Live comes next the body:but the base baa owner complete u1 every respect* before a; i; I t tae
Oak Florida 4th and.5th readers comb, ; 7 % I T, / :
.; .
:. > > oalrjonq.dlgJtto! ,;each Itob,,!and,, the "* .
Section,1. For the purpose of securing 40 cents. wrist bones are comparatfTely small tfRri met l LiOFFICE / .skIft sf"t i :**

I an equal 'and uniform rate of Bald -in'8 6th and 7th readers comb15 The so called ankle,. then Is the : J 1 k

taxation and to pay the current ei-i cents.EggleStOli's. knuckle where the digit Joins the hand AT FLORIDA NOVELTY: :: Sl1yannee ceuI_14
first book :in Amer' History ,and the "foot* Is,only a : IJ'mt
penses. of the City of,Lire Oak,,FlorIda -, or the foot .- Tne$3Irettat

," for the, ensuing tax, year' there' 1 40 cents. nail single for,thick a hoot finger The or lower toe, with half,a'of great"the PHONE! 188.. LIVEOA | !, llondail" : 1: *0 .

shall be levied and collected' upon Fields 'Grammar School IHst.'SOcts.Metcalfe horse's foreleg Is really1 a gigantic .4 .u.1 the ., ;TUt-t1
and out of the real and personal'' Elementary English 3Ocs. anda "
the middle finger
hand with only 4. 4 t
property within the incorporate lim- Metcalf's English Grammar 40cts, piece out of the middle of the palm. On October Fir { of SOY lbff' t t, I Ii 4 M* *>mJritf '

its of the City of Lire Oak Florida Mimes Practical Arithmetic SScts. while ,the, corresponding part ofthis: tt.I: J of the $-

mms.'on for the,year the A.dollar.' D. '1906. the tax of 7 Redway 40 cents.& Hinman's Xat. El. Geog. hind Nicholas.,\Jegjs,a big,.single_toed'foot.-St, : "We will handle Apples direct r rI Sonsl reseutaUT'District'" o.! FterB*,i I t

Sec. 2. For providing a sinking Redway & Himnan's Xat. Ad Geog. I Bananas direct from the importers, and'i'- nth Congress of ** 4",

fund and paying the annual interest 90 cents. Hints to Public Speakers.,the of what want we : $&&. i iRailrOid i Ii\\!.
.. Never- ; refer pityingly to por? grade ,goods are you havetSj Commlssloatri we
Smith's Primer of Physiology, 25 cts.
the bonded indebtedness
on $10,000.00 .1. This brands you>at. once as ,a dema Iii-
.. i
of the'City.of Lire Oak,.Florida, Smith's Elementary Philosophy, 35c. Never say anything respectful of Florida. \
gogue. .
dated February 28th, 1906 there Steeles' Hygienic Physiology, 63 cts. of corporate wealth. In so doing you We just received four cars of Nolgf;; : !Carttate >! ..
.n11. frt
shall be levied and collected upon Swinton's'Word Primer 10 cents. lay yourself open to the charge of being Hay and have',on road 300 barrels of the fS of How4 :i.ttejt +...
and out of the real and personal Webster's Academic Diet. $1.15 a hired man. )(embers thee
_ I property within the corporate limits White's School Algebra 75 cents. Never"use slang If you want respectable Flake Flour,made in Nebraska: the home of)11 tithes of Stti. I: ) ... JII Mi- (<

stock In Never II ... LL
take you. ae *
tf the City of Live Oak, Florida for And many others at reasonable people to .
English. The masses hate of Taxe i twin lrr* v...
the year A. D. 1906. a tax of 1.3'of prices besides a nice line of school use pure I Competition Candy in 30-lb pails3| t, Assessor
J priggishuess. j seem e..
one'mill on the dollar. supplies Never talk straight to the point. Ton j Anita Ferdandez and Resjipl Collector. i Keay .... .
(\ TreAsurer.
Sec. 3.. This ordinance shall go will,be accused of taking yourself too sty Commlssioarf ... -",". .. -I
into effect immediately upon its pas- seriously, Never' tell funny stories. Honest Money Tobacco County '
: of the Oe( WIlilIIitIIIi _
sage by the'Council and approved by ,They lead to' the suspicion of chican Members =
Virginia Hand picked Peanuts 'i- laitrucUoa.-, tip etc'
the, Mayor. BARDWIN( & (DW(ARDS o I
ery.Never An- Peace to IN fci
Introduced by J. L. White memberof praise "our forefathers. Taffy Tolu, the original Chewing GUi ,.- .t ot iU ,=
Never Dbuh.1. .
cestry pride Is disgusting. appeal following Jostle ;
City and passed by the Y
this I DAISDEX BUILDING. to the "sturdy Immigrant leavenIn ':" '0. s, No. 4, No. *, No. t. -. ..... a. -
City Council 17th day of Sep --
our midst" It riles the old families. So., 10, X* 11. N& U. ae lit t... '"
tember A. D., 1906. Phone 106.THIRTY.EIGHT '
Attest Newark. News.. tSo. 14 No. 15, No. IIt ti4s ... W4
: live Oak Brokerage &Comi" .
CHAS. H. BROWN Life's Hlchest AeJ& fU I i.. e _
-t< bit in and fat i.. _::.!IiI kl
PresL of City Council.S. has been said that success consists *
P. MAYS. City Clerk. In getting that at which'one alms and Wholesale Grocers, Grain and H| feet Districts:mb.: 1, .i l ess. ....

I, S: P. Mays, City Clerk of the ACRES IX being happy In it. Each one should % tt'o" 4, No. $, N., *e. t ... ;;i 'f.H

City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby SOUTHEAST: LIVE' OAK, have an Ideal of what Is to be the expression Warehouse: old A. C. L Freight depot. : ] 10, t'* *1. No.'tfOr I 1ft. et 1 ..

I certify that the above and foregoing LYING EAST OF OHIO of his or her life. It this Is at. ---i I 14, No. 15 Ne. 0 H* .....__
tained In such a life maybe '
some degree -
I ordinance was duly and regularly ....
AVENUE. : : : : : called successful Hence, the,, successful I .
the Council of oni Whereof, I bare >w>' ., .
1 passed by City the City
THIS IS A DESIRABLE man or woman Is the one who HOllAMERICAN and amuses 1Mr
j of Live Oak. Florida on the 17th has succeeded fairly well, In shapingthe ARAGON set toy Band ,.-
of fw1 ,
Seal ot
of A.
day September. D. 1906. and actual life In accordance with the
the is THE CITY OF LIVE t..r: lalassse, tie Capita. 'II 14
same hereby certified to the Ideals of life. This requires a strengthand .
st dad of September. A. De .fir .a9 .. "
that call for continual
Mayor for his approval. persistence
OAK. : : : : : : PLAN ....
hand struggle. Informs the highest achieve-
Witness'my and the seal of
ot said City this 17th day of September WITHIN FIVE MINUTES ment of life Bulwer well says that the JACKSONVILLE,. FLO! a CRAY CdAW1 ) ....... $pra w

WALK OF COURT HOUSE man who succeeds above his fellows Is Secretary .t .....
A, D. 1906. :.f;< .
LOTS ISO YARDS FROM the one who early In life clearly discerns -r
of It-
(Seal) ;: _I Rickerson SbtrUr>
his' object and toward that object -
S. P, MAYS City Clerk. THIS PROPOSITION ARE habitually directs his powers.-, Rates, $2.50 and Upward. Rooms and Imt A County. ,-

Examined and approved by me this SELLING TODAY AT ONE From "Vital Questions," by Dr. Henry $3.00 and Up. nfe' ..
September 17th. 1906. THOUSAND DOLLARS. : D. Chapin. .,,-_ f Intention to Apply tins Let.tern .

M E. BROOME Mayor.THE ,-:" Patent. I!.... tit
that Old part Greenwich of New York Village.Of city knownas Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed in the njyvmaeof lnU
$6,500 Greenwich village, situated on the e o{Florida notice U befall ::i

y lower west side, the Four Track ew8 H. N. O'NEAL, PROPR1E1 lilt.undersigned. .. I tfe*- <* ses

says: Older as a village site than Fort ,tad do hereby & :;: 441se
FOR THE 38 ACRES. Amsterdam Itself is that of Greenwich ,- Tea together for Ue it & ..
Tf village Here when Hudson steered ,
alas. Incorporated a fcedf .. ana ft.411II' -
.. it i I I h the Half Moon through 'the narrows,''rWodil IT A AW id will oa the Ulh 4f ri +.,..a ;. *1*
was the Indian village of Sappokant- ... _
can.. on a high and healthy. soot watered ---- A. D., 1905 apply to Me. <:.
by Bestavar's kill, the same Minetta ward Governor of the t41a.s ''''- -

Real Estate and Investments brook that until late In the last centuryran i --0-- |s&, tot letters patett I+eMt. l .' s-

: Lr: i'c BAISDEX BUILDING. above ground instead.of below;as .c A horse wagon load of J 2 the "Lire Oak Brit M4Company .' ..

now across Union and Washington 2! 18 inch wood for $1.50. Ji About your >; [ tinder! chi kM/el. ..... '" *".=
squares and Into the Hudson ..
near .
Phone 106.PROFESSIONAL fposed charter the orl.tiU .t
Houston street. should be fresh in&.. ,. e aIs
now on file la the **. W
w r I i Furnished on Short Notice. I .
| Urf ot State for the ieNe >
French Marriage Restrictions.It I No groceries, Pda, e
PINK OF PERFECTION CARDS. sounds almost incredible but is ; Leave orders at M. L. Burnett&Co.P I ,
none the less a fact, that a Frenchman are the better!i ito If 1," R. 7. Tailor. I .
in soda water is found under twenty-five of whose I H. \VIMBERLY.goods I w. J. UllIlMao I. .. L. E.ROBEBSON. A.B.SMALL years age .
without effort in every i & SMALL parents are dead and whose grandfa I o+o+o4ow+o+ +o+o.o.o+o+o-6 We look after that jf & W. llelveaas ttl % -'.. Isaaa ,

POBERSON& her or grandmother Is alive cannot A. Lee HoBiihrrt. j;,..

glass drawn from our immaculately enter the married state without the business carefully f., Chat U. 111M.. ..... : -

clean fountain written authority of both or either of Tie Great tieadacHe Cure, F. Eo Thomatos. .1ia' Iii>
What's your prime -:- -:- them::Paris Letter to London Post that our stock will 1Bromo.Pepsin ; ""' Walter J. lryws ...... M!

Will do practice in State and ..
general J. R .'
_' favorite in flavors? Have C. Babdra. k
Federal Courts. Stealing In Either Case fresh
it? Syrups sweet, water There i U not much difference in the F. H. BrettM-r. ..m- -
&OOIU 1 AND 3 [Ur-STAISS]. LKWIN BUILDING. "Note the Word T. S. n.-. ,
tell P 1-.
clean, pure and scientifically PBOSS No.190. guilt of the man who"kills time"when Pepsin. We cannot j
_ his employer Is absent and 1 r
the man ** Barter
LIVE OAK. : ; FLORIDA. of The Ute M
carbonated why who steals: a dollar from the cash draw. Headache Indigestion, what all we bail r f\>.. 4 1r. >

shouldn't our sodas suit er.-Pittsburg Observer.Don't CURESOn la C.S. BROWN. F.E.THOMXSONT *
everybody in and see us, or fi r taderslgaed hereby ? tt : nt. .

I >ROWN & THOMASON, 'think Looks. the Spot. gyres together for tbtrporatioa ....... .$." .-
a man great just be- needs. ,
your & .
t. >I>>' I *
cause he looks so. Seven dollars In K9 Opiates Absolutely HarmleSS
85 State of i **> -
City PharmacyPHONE Florida
small bills look bigger than a "fifty.1*- PHONE wine
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Puck. AUDngriiU, lOt, 2k, ui Ki __ !swing plbposttd I i.lJlrp e1e.

t Bloat I ..
73 For Sal By | ; A411ace of 1 J." ""

LIVE OAK. : : : FLORIDA. Buy your School Books and The MAYS BK1 ,t ARTICLE I. in" ..
City Pharmacy F. ;, .
School Supplies at 'l The hila]' ...
Just Receivedat Dame of tiMTbf .. .
M. DIXON live OAK ,B a1I r'"
L. FLA. 'be ,
I DELl''Ei UW .
Florida Book Supply Co. 41.23trwiyr.c FREE ...- ip 1 ." IP,,n ..'

THE BAND BOX DENTIST. We will treat you right and give -tNTe Principal ,*m 11II \ 9-'.CF ..s.-

you a chance to win two corporaUoo tkU ... .

ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGEWORK $25.00 prizes. :: TWICE 4 ..t Plori ty et,L LIve. Oak I Biraweii:I vt S > .

New Fancy Waists, in : SPECIALTIES. # [ !t the&; but the SOtyert41Ss.K t.

Don't : ASMANY' right to .eeiabISsS,
Dave Your Cart
silk, lace net and nuns- fLt any POint
M.E.. BROOMS, ) 1rltMD lbS 81WtMre

veiling. Work' Butchered .'- !. ......
X t of The 0..1.. Ie I- *..>'
Ready-to-wear Hats ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. if Goo, ReasoriS .
At the Mill! t ,-- e- ....
a e eI t, As i iou 1'.f .
for ladies and childrenfor LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA.Will _' "
\ Y Expcte/FI/ia( H .*.. ......-
Fall ,
early wear. practice in all the court of the StaU. Special ,1. The
attention liven to Conrejances Collection \ \ general nate" of %.o.1
Kid Gloves elbow of Rants, Etc. An buainesa promptly attended I >when the baby first came I to be tranaat k files I _Jill ......
to. urn m the TimUor r Carr Man : \ why.:you should watch l ..; Ihtlt .
to ...
Nom& PUBLIC STATB AT Lace.I the little ailments. .J .!&it k", slM .. r

length. Little things crow to big .-v. Jj "' ctk1ct.114 manf&4hH r.. ., ...s
I ftittle things in the baby's life. AIl U*1
New :Muslin Underwear DR. J. W. WEST, I Build them under Guarantee. and big can be averted by keeping it in gerfedDt. \ do"1 114 eemeat aces ....
a sell .
McGEB'S BABY }\:J.lYIR.It j and ....... .. .i.I.
in beautiful de I Physician and Surgeon.Office Have Built Hundreds and keeps the stomach and bowel right. Take WA F 44 1a.of bleat ......... I. ..

signs. am Building more every day. away from teething time. Makes LEAN babies[** >*, b u hold 11.1'. ........ (L' ."
: Carroll Building Ohio Avenue babies well Peasant to take. Good for delieaW *f to hold. .
i Residency at Ethel HotelPhoneOffiee. For Best Prices, Write, nick stomachs. 25 cents and 60 cents bottle ai 7*" IS ttb tn-be bUT. etM w 1f i .

1 ", enCa&t Ie aa4 i lEma
REaideaee.No.168.Noo.23 or 168. W. H. ADKISON, 1'o. to.1;)' and sell ...j tI
Mrs. E. N. )" I
s, Drag Store(Barclay&Grower)Ko.ll P. 0.Bx N.. 4. TAllAHASSf f LA, LIVE OAK DRUG COQ] f IUd all kinds of .. '

ehattes) ; a M .ft **

.l1fhOlev.1' u4 rf *

-Of bUllneaa. to bolt aM l a ,* .

dry coons smearing, .. -

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

: '' 1 1 ,
: c<'
-HyMPHRE J _. .
c. '. "' ... .t.. T. .YdVH-OIR-BAILYwBIDIOC: >SATT F1iWAYBEPTI .. __ __ ..... ., ,
f' ": .
I -

&Qf* AND, ;-j jg '; : OY. 't h'ardwaie an anttnhaie notion,' \nee-< L s1 : &thLI $

rifctUoM Fumishedon.i' > : .r. aee Countiet essay f sad J ncldenty: toga *1eneralwholesale '/1 _
1d retail business; to Seal "
,' :
Florida.: In ,stocks, bonds? notes, mortgagesand ; ., ,
< "..
yM tWIt of buildings, jeta:i( H. CLAY all evidences of Indebtedness. :1 <

) ::0' 'Secl,2lf: "'be.corporation shall.hays .. :- '. ,
I t* N "< hereby give and enjoy all power, rights and prixfegeti : '
EJ :
i / : .. .. .
\ .
: of ot ,this .
corporations class .. ._ .
( --
<; i it under. the laws of the', -State, '
jnSutranneti j da. To sue and be sued in Its cor- / .....
r 1fl AT fLORIDA NOVELTY t County, .
WORKs.: .' next porate capacity; ,to;>contract and (be j
: 1 ;
LIVE 9AJ: '' jrst Monday'in Tfov l
!. |> stocks and bonds for the,corporation;
.. '" .!86,1! }qe' said. Tues. to deal in judgments and:decrees and

TIftober .."."1'< to do all those things" not' inconsistent EVERY NIGHT
First -
N.of, ;November with its charter and not inconsistent L /

> ntative_ of the Second with the corporate laws of
't fcaadfe direct :: :
Apples frpm oj Florida
N'C' District. the said State of Florida. !

iscl from the Importers, and- fit. th!|T Congress of the Capital Stock.

14* lit what you want, we have the; 51&1&aroad. Commissioners for ARTICLE III. .

IWfivtd four cars of No: '1, New\' -of the Supreme Court capital stock authorized by the corporation p'f", '" ,<" '., ', '
of Florida., shall he Sixteen Thousand, <
7 on road 300 barrels of the ] '
'f Fame ,.*..abersof. ,the House of ((116.900) dollars, divided into One : 3 i

[ g&te fa Nebraska, the home of W J.;] re9- of the State of Hundred and Sixty Shares' of the par 3 RATF ii,-*. : ,.> s:i. ;:.' -fI { fcI
value of One Hundred
tf ($100.00) dollars ... '
bess r of.Taxes each.,Ten per cent of said capital .i. :' : '
,lllim: Candy in 30-Ib pails ;, < : .'
'..; Lodeetor..,< stock shall be paid for in, cash. or /1 "' .'. t ." t.1 "
Xxk AalU Ferdandez and Resago Ljj Treasurer, collaterals equivalent to cash, before : /

M Tobacco t Ljsiaty Commissioners.. corporation 'shall'' transact any
.t i ty l
-3j ,.Iembers of the County business, and the balance'sald capital 25 centsperh.our for1.use
IhM l Peanuts .
li picked| tf fllIlle
tM ifinal Chewing Gum $ :' oithe.PeaceAnand' for time. ,.and in.::.such.: manner: 'as: the! /I IVI .
!ii psvang Justice Districts, Board of Directors may require.: And skates. .

lalNo. 4,No. 5, No. 6, No. certificates..,of stock, shall be ..issued t
$o..10, No. 11, No 12, to the respective__ Btock.holderp upon IM II

& Commi U', ,No. 15, No. 16 and. the payment'of tea per cent 'of the I II ?
_e : I, /I

'. ". !j..and foiQo follow.phtrlctst .: capital represented stock,, by,by.said shares stock held holdersas by \i Ii i 25 cents for entire afternoon -

#t4k (1fttc..I. Grain and, Hay. : .F1,Ne:' each stock holder so paying. The IM

\f t<<'No. f, Nei 6! No, 7, form of said certificate shall be prescribed

:.11 f LFrtkht depot. ] tlv1lr&Ili No.l2; No.JJctelJKb. by the by-laws-of the cor-- 'when parties furnishtheir |

; Iff and poration.The \

t ... .
Term 'For'Which
a? Whereof, I have here< /I

CON HOT lit-.,D1 )and and affixed thetithe tion Shall Exist. own skates.
State of Florida- 11 ARTICLE IV | 'l
;; ,{ b Capital,, ibis Section 1. The corporation shall: /
<* tn t' ot September,, A. D. exist and continue for ra period of
unless dissolved
Ninety-nine years sooner .)'

ONVILLE, FLORI[ f Ik C r l CRAWFORD, according. _to'law.Officers : -
j Secretary dpi State.LRlckersonISDeriff l
> by Which ,The Business is to
; of Sua Be Transacted. .
tsj inward. Rooms and Private CouBty, ARTICLE V. NO ADMISSION FEE'

13.00: and ..Up.Utswjwssed. r Section 1. The business of the .
ilaientioa to Apply For Let.
.-- corporation shall be conducted by and
,kn Patent. under the control and management

SiriI* in (the SouQAL lrf Ar by time of the laws of of.a Board ot.n ve.dlreetof ,.,,__president '

!(Florida, notice Is hereby vice president, secretary,
PROPRIET'IWt&jaderslgned treasurer and a gen-eral man
have astttd'dos -
i 1 hereby' 'associateter ager.. Provided ,that the offices l
of secretary and treasurer Porter & Dexter
for, the
.... '
0 r ri orated,'a body poOn.the :- filled by one and the acme person;
19th day ,of .and provided' that the number of ,
,(D.. 1'06. apply to Hon.: :directors may be changed from time

i : ,:.,Governor( "of the. State to time by the laws of the corporation -

tat,fetters patent incor- provided that there shall be : .

r>fIJ ; groceries the 'tile Oak Brick and at no time less than three directors : Proprietors. .

; ':it : About your C ip, IlJ" bndet"the' follow- nor more than five.
11.60.1 i charter, the original of Sec. 2. All of said directors and
in all seas
should be fresh .
-t :I toT' .ou file In the office of officers shall be chosen from ameng I

No groceries, not even, :. ftt.State, for the State the stock holders of the corporationat k
"' the annual meetings of the stock
1 14 :f'i mm mm m m m m
t&11 goods, are the betterfortfWe : ,R, .J, Taylor holders to be held in the City of Live

-lt11 y -'.' W,J,Billman. Oak,. Florida, on the first Tuesday
4 t 1 I
M. II" '4. I look after that part I ,-' B. \V.Helvenston. in November of each year, each stock da, 5 shares. LOW ROUND TRIP RATES etc.. will be furnished promptly on

i' A. Lee Humphreys holder having as many votes as he A. Lee Humphreys, Live Oak, Florida \ia. application to

Uwiness carefully, buyfc -, Chas., H. Brown. has shares paid for in the corporationand 25 shares.F. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. G. E. HERRING,

Gilt stock will alfrtih. ;: F. E. Thomason. until the next said annual election E. Thomason Live Oak, Florida The Louisville & Nashville Hsiil- Fla. Pass. Agent, L. & N. R. R.,

e that our Write J. Bryson.J and until their successors are I 5 shares. road will sell round-trip tickets from Xo. 118 W. Bay St.,
.Pips in C. Baisden. elected and qualified. The directors Walter J. Bryson, Live Oak, Florida Jacksonville to points shown on dates JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

> 'F, B.Brmer.' shall be T. S. .Balsden, of .Live Oak 10 shares. indicated. Proportionately low rates MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS
i i We cannot tell you B :l t. 8.)llatrden. Florida; C. H.: Brown of Live Oak, Chas. H. Brown, Live Oak, Florida from other points: -ATEXTREMELY -

t .. .. have ....,I'\J MI'U'f, of L'The' Live Oak Florida: F- H, Bremer of'Live Oak, 25 shares.T. $32.20-Dallas, Texas, and return.I LOW RATES
stare what all we Florida; R. J. Taylor, of Live Oak, S. Baisden, Live Oak, Florida, Tickets sold October 6th and
t._ .. h"Lt. ..... Supply Company., Florida; and A. Lee Humphreys, of 5 shares. 7th. Final return limit 21 I

f 4 in and see us, or telep wed ,hereby associate I Live Oak, Florida; and until the next J. C. Balsden Live Oak, Florida days from date of sale. southerRailway

( needs. ..tocether,for Ihe, purpose I annual .election and until their successors 10 shares. $32.80-Buffalo, X. Y., and return.
u your t e eornA atloL itndertbE are elected and qualified. T. R.I. Taylor.. Tickets sold October 10th,
'85 ft C4 of : 'Xfv? "Oak", Florida; W. J. HUloum.II. FROM
.. PHONE Jte Florida! .undeitSsyfVe S. Baisden: of 11th and 12th. Final return JACKSONVILLE$10.33Atlanta .
-a 'mb
: shall be president B. W. Helvenston, W. Helvenston.A. -
limit, leaving Buffalo October Ga., and Return.
r* "w 41 i ...! "ace- -f B-..L2.,.....>. of'LiveOakFlorida, , y ce- Lee Humphreys. 19th, 1906. Tickets on sale Sept. 29, 30;
BRA (ARTICLE A, Lee Humphreys, of Live Chas II. Brown.
. MAYS I- ** presldent; $19.60-NV\\ Orleans, La., and re limit October 7; extension to
J and F. E. Thomason
The OakFlorida, shall be secretary "
.s time of the turn. Tickets on sale October October 22$20.70Rlchmond.
4IU. ; : cor- treasurer and F. H. Bremer, of Live ,;, Walter J. Bryson.
DELIVER 12th to 15th, inclusive.
- FREE ) ''h" Live Oakompanyp Va., and Return.
The J. C, Baisden.F. .
)ak, Florida, general manager* I l
Final return limit October 30, Tickets on sale October 1;
= and directors H. Bremer.T. .
The duties of the said officers
1906. By depositing ticket
Principal place of limit October 8.
+the, ?_oratto shall ,be shall be prescribed by the by-laws S. Baisden. with Special Agent, New Or- $14.70-San Francisco and Los Angeles -

fcE at,UTe' Oak la Suwannee of the corporation.Limit STATE OF FLORIDA leans, and paying fee of SOc One Way (second class)

Ybut the corporation of Indebtedness. Suwannee County. an extension of return limit I Tickets on sale daily, Sept. 15

ASMANY e ,rgh't establish ARTICLE VI. Before me personally came F. H. can be secured until November to October 31.$37.00Washington.

bf potut rrtthin the. State Section 1. The highest amountof Bremer, R. J. Taylor, W. J. Hillman, 30, 1906. D. C., and Re
: Indebtedness or liability to which B. W. Helvenston, A. Lee Humphreys $17.65-Moral his Tenn., and return. turn-Tickets on sale daily to

GOOa. RCOSOnS .f.,*',1' ,'the. Business, to the corporation may at any time sub- F. E. Thomason, Walter J. Bryson, Tickets sold October 15th, September 30; limit October
&' Cted. ject itself shall ,not exceed twice the Chas. H. Brown and T. S. Baisden, 16th, 17ih and ISth, Final I 31.
Aa! amount of the capital stock of the to me all well known, and known to return limit October 36th. By $46.0o Chicago, 111., and Return- ,
\ E xpcctca 1.1'hs;1lTlCLt n. corporation me to be the persons described in, depositing ticket with Special I Tickets on sale daily to Sep-

ieaeral nature of Names and Residences of the Sub and who. subscribed to and executedthe Agent, Memphis, and paying tember 31; limit October 31.
'eat t1..bald tit.,eas+e to I
i .., PM & b& transacted by the scribing Incorporators and the foregoing articles for proposed fee of 50 cents, an extensionof, N. Y., and Return
... aItreatae ." -htdt be to buy sell, Number of Shares Subscribed For charter for "The Live Oak Brick t return limit can be secured via New York allowing; ten

.... ... .. blti .1 L.:;a,annfacture aU Supply Company," and who severally until November 30, 1906. days' stop over Washington,
fie firs 1M ti.1P'e W. All bahtfC II% .. cemga" t.- atone By Each.ARTICLE acknowledge before me that they ex- $46.05-Chicago. Illinois and return.' Baltimore Philadelphia or .
and VII.
: tb ..W iy. be"a.tto
t.b ....., AIT fJZIR.t. ( cell sad lIlanutaeo Section 1. The, names places of ecuted the same for the use and pur- Tickets on sale daily to September New York. Tickets on sale

... 441c11 tIa" Take' aU fed o' u.Uding material, residence and the amount of capital poses therein expressed. 30th. Final return daily to September 30; limit
':. Wks. allL" LWbabies tat .. _',Usehpd) ,:!! incorporators In witness whereof, I have hereunto limit October 31, 1906. October 31.
: *I w ...... .... 'er &I.ueate Wa ::1 1 stock of the subscribing set my hand and official seal in $38.40-Hot Springs, Ark., and re, Many other attractive rates.
..... .4 ..... bottle at 1prCOMP > sell or are as follows, to wit:
.: engage ,in and F. H. Bremer. Live Oak, Florida, Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida, turn. Tickets sold daily. For further information apply to
"Abu f sad sell and 20 shares. this 17th day of September, A. D., Final return limit 90 days 1! J. K, McCALL
111 from date of sale. and Ticket Agent.
kinds 1906. City Passenger
t of pert1 R. J. Taylor Live Oak, Florida,
+ tte1a; to en.. 45 shares.W. (Seal) J. F. HARRELL. Daily to September 30th round I JAMES FREEMAN,
T, .Mlle: Florida. Notary Public trip summer: tourist tickets will bon e District Passenger Agent
: i toe J. Hillman, Live Oak
_,to buy and 10 'shares. My commission expires July 13th,, sale to various resorts. Full in-. 108 West Bay St. Jacksonville: Fla.

:1rJ, <", COOds,. C1'Oeerlee. B. W. Helvenston, Live Oak Flori- HIT. formation, IC ldules, time tables,, Phoae ';..13.C .




I 4. LIVE_ OAK DAILY', DEMOCRAT., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER.. 19S6..; ,. '''Rl1.1.; ', ..".....
"no in 11.t..1f' "'r ''f'''r-{ f't M H"-- T Of' -
Y" ,' ,', .<<, :, .- =- 'i-

IJJfJID1lhYJl.LCR1JJ_ "'"The'Kansas CUr Star/a-Republican I, --'Ohsatd .the"girl, n1identlT.l .. .. .. =: ., ,- ., .1I2V IlL I i-.' _" _.
E. D&b1lsb d '111uij.tfo'n: twh ri,,'* teatit .'ttuj &!1Ut. 94' : '' '" >, r .
ai V 'VM *CP ttMn* ttM4 : : ';0t -
there are enough negroes to permit Is verT srmpi on't{tnowthahen w DO W' L'U-'f'R'O' < !
an approximately accurate idea of I bought last week! ; .
,' -
race relations In the South gets at What of It! \j." Ji tat"tt -

J. F. SHERWOOD,Editor and JIgr.'I the heart otstheaproblem. it ti"YeL, hay.consulted the belt -WAT 'DOW' OM THE SUWAI .'-.: :.'."_ :: .4

? % I" .- .. when > ., -g2, -
4 : '
14 an4 they all ,: ,
rays: rs. tMi .JJft

\ : 'What 'would t do a great' deal tosnppresa that** good heIl|ins raise twenty Mineral ,Springs Hjtel'and:; j. .
.. ,
COIPllT. ..
the lynching of riegraes by |chicks year.1That means that next f .
110'> .5' I4 $_ (
white men in the. South'f and lse- season I' hill have hens. HOT AND COLO BATHS SURPASSED GOOD TABLE. -

Entered, at the,'post-office, Live J 1 where.woold be.. ,the ..establishnientjamong I tThese Jthe\seaaoa* :i end each haft PHONE WATER CONNECTIONS IN EVERY ROOM., YELL BOWUNG EQUIPPED ALLEYS.STABLES.BILLlARt SHA3TI Lg. ; .--' -'-

Oak, Florida as Second Class Mall the blacks themselves of a determined -1 I Ling raised their twenty young will ;: -OfW i 4i .. 1j :

Matter November 7, 1905. policy to expose and root give me 420 In alL The next season -, RATES REASONABLE IT tciLES FROM LfVf t ; .. -

out all of the vicious forms of what is there will be 8,400; the next : ., L.- --
VHE DAILY 'DEMOCRAT, will be. known, as the "mean' nigger." Just-J68.000 jthinkfof; and It1th'the 'next chickens 3,800, ADDRESS PORK !tO Tft. DOWblNG' PORK.FLOC J 1 f'$:"';'2''' -'of' W.ll4fs1ornIng ".ram g .fR3....t-i ,

mailed to part of the United : j Si ) I.
any The sapient Northern editor has 50 cents': apiece, we.; will:, then be .., ... :
States prepaid tor 't
postage $3.00, again turned himself loose to solveat I worth $$1.658,000.f you see/papa, Icrn1flt.

per year; ?2.50, for: six months; long the problem of 'youtneedn't.. worm about. us.? "-ELI Oak ,;j.. g; lCfmmerk .. ;3f! # '
range negro Live II. If ..I. .
;1.25:! for three months or, M'f'jManufacturers
the South. He is confronted by a :
SO cents for fire weeks, in advance.i s w.anpp0' ,
theory and he handles it with aca- I WELL WORTH TlnXG.Y" I"'I 1)11141 G1e ..,.. '
Delivered to any part of the city of < 11'ree /

by carrier for .10 cents per,week.t demic elegance and precision; but l W. II. Brown, the popular pensaiattorneytof of it Mays Dror.J tit ) .. .rJ
tI down here it presents 'itself to 'us Vi saysY

I as a condition all around us and !"Next to a pension Pittsfield, the best thing, tot Lumber Shingles Ice, Electric : La. 11. ato et tea 'WIll J ..

.; DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. about and must treat it ac- ,
us. tWt "M"
get is Dr. King's New Life Pills. HeI to Ute Oat ,.. -

For Member of Congress. Sod Congressional i cordingly-frequently perhaps In I writes: "they keep my family In Power and TurpentinlElectric Itof' i ,: !l' .

District: !! passion and unwisdom, but always .splendid health." Quick cure for 1& Headersoa, ot E **. try >*> i j

.,, FRANK CLABK. of Colombia. :1! with the purpose to find the right ** .**
Bilious I
tout ,
I Headache Constipation and Lights in any part of the city furnisbettior for few j jA
solution. We welcome wise and : ;:
For Justice of the Supreme Court: ness. 25c. Guaranteed at Barclay ;

t CHAS. B. PAEKH1LL.of Eacambia. sympathetic Northern co-operation &: Groover's drug store. <; '. Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Kelt teal. a ,

JAMES B.WHITFIELD,,, of Leon. but we don't seem to get much of It. day and night current-for manufacturing purses;JJ %Sea at the CUt R.*Jf*+

-.. 'For Ralhuad COllnn Woaer; Learn Stenography and Typewriting Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders havelfl VValy whit nata.nlt .-
NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy. I Up in Missouri the Blue and the
it pays better,than a clerkship
: R.HUDSON BURR of Dade. Gray continue 'to'meet in fraternal I tion and all orders promptly filled. .
_. _--,, teaching or day labor.. Our $30 offer -- _.

i For Member House of Representative: reunions on the old civil war battle- lasts only this week. If you begin :... m. WIDlate, a promlatMwoUoY&1. rti
W. R. DORMAN. fields in that State. And meanwhile
1 now you will graduate_ and have wu TWU to .
m?* W.McCLELLAN. the St. Louis Globe-Democrat con- ...
a position by the New Year,
For Tax Auesoor: tinues to write reminiscent editorials -'
Southern Business College and Short, -
A. D. HEMMING. about the great conflict in venomous LIVE OAK .
hand School. ;, :. .T. S. Anderson .Nt d.w.thIJ .
For Tax Collector spirit invariably referring to Confederate "'41 profIL
morning oa I
I J.N.MEEES.ForCuuttr and .. w
: c ; l troops sympathizers as
., In response to,.a telegram Elder 0.
Treacuien j l""rebels' and traitors". habit long PUBLISHING .. .u
T. Mattox left this morning for
G B. LORD. since abandoned by the best classes I ..
Grady to preach the funeral of the ,J Bailer and wits

\\t For. Member of School Board: at the North. The editor of the little twelve-year-old daughter of L. :: sing for a fey dan TtK to ilw ..

M.A. ADAMS I Globe-Democrat carries the military COMP flvr ..."'
.J Gunter.: The remains were buried U1e.
prefix of "Captain" to his name but '
in the cemetery Mettle Rose. We :
E.K. WISE. : :
I I II he writes about the war with all the :'2) '
extend our sympathies to the bereave P. Adams, of Hampton Ip"" !,
For Member Board CwDu.Dmmi..i.mers: I ferocity of a non-combatant who did .. oli0r
M. L. BURNETT. ed ones in their affliction., m Ute Oak for a few few Hllf .
not get mad until the fighting'as '
_ J J. C. DA VJS. :: :: ,

4 J, H.GRANT.W. over. Live Oak's new and handsome post- Book. News "' 'A! .
f Editor Appleyard, of the Lake City office building is nearing completion' ; a ; B. A1 W, of VtWwU, .M lit fUr'*: J_U L '-

and Contractor Hugger expects to / 5p pity this morning riiU4 *lEtleL
Index, in speaking of the work of Mlliartsk .
have it ready for occupancy within.avery I .M -
the Atlanta mob, gives clear expression .
Skiddoo for "The Clansmna! The few days now. The building i I
to the attitude of the CommercialPrinters f
represent- .,...
Atlanta mob did for it what all *
a credit to Live Oak and is one of Owens of Gre avtH+, S. ft.
ative Southern man toward the negroes ,..
the critics failed to ... .F
accomplish and the handsomest postoffiee! buildingsin ; a visitor to UT Oak josh
in this in the following :
put it out of action. I I section this section of Florida. .:: sI ..
which a whole lot of people who .
trlQOl1. .
are not representative in their char- : I ;
The warrior soul of Mr. Roosevelt Miss Hattie Roberts, an attractive J ;; i making 10,019 to )$..1. '.I ., ,
acter and sentiments and can never
must curb itself yet awhile longer. good word for and accomplished young lady' :"of -.> ogta per dtf. Can fill lute *t ttMr '
a the
say negroes
The Cuban domlnicker caught sightof might do well to consider: Valdosta Ga., arrived in the city (1411 orders promptly. 8t wrf p4 t1....

the gaff and had no stomach for this morning and will spend several Ute OU Ufg Ot --
'As a Southern man we say thata
the fight. weeks here visiting her sister Mrs.H. .
great many colored people--95 per r rto r ,:
cent of them-do not deserve this J. Heathi-.Miss Hattie has Tisited No Job too large and none too small:fa i : .

Atlanta should lose no time in discovering Live Oak before and wblle'her :made 1 I.I U _
treatment and should not have re_ ,
the ringleaders of the mob ceived it. We have negroes in this a host.of warm friends who give her handle. Everything in theline PrUifij

that terrorized that city and murder. a cordial welcome back again.A. '

ed innocent negroes, and sending i community who are respectable and comes within oar limit -

law-abiding, a great many of whom
every hoodlum of them to the pen E. Grantham. who is croppingon
would scorn to do a wrong act. It
for a long term. That city owes this Capt. L. K, Kemmerlin's farm SL
I:would not be right to punish them, WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MAIL ORDER PIOUR I!
much to herself, to Georgia and to was in the city this morning and
I in a moment of excitement, because
the South. brought with him several stalks ,of
some low-down brute had been guiltyof
short staple cotton, which is as fine TIThILHelvenstor- -c'
that crime for which all who com- i
That Atlanta afternoon paper as any we ever saw. He has about ,
mit it must swing. These are our STOCK of Bond Linen and Rag papers
which Bj
made it a specialty to justify five acres of it this year and it is

mobs may have occasion to revise its sentiments-hang the guilty" ones, butdon't all as fine as the samples brought in. the largest carried in Florida, and with,
punish the innocent.
opinions now. The press is the fore- Anyone desiring short staple seed equipped modern Printing Plant, new type andarfcj ; :

most power In this country in .. can secure them from him.J. printers we can furnish with Stationery as e
Mr. Hearst has realized his ambition you ,
organizing and directing public opin-
and is now the nominee of the f and prompt as any establishment in the South. A
ion and such an agency should be I W. Ward Jr., was in the citya
Democratic party for Governor of the will convince
guided by reason not passion. little while yesterday afternoon on Ewr% '
leading State of the Union. With
I way county where he
all our heart we hope he may sue.
The Tampa Times says that Senator owns large turpentine interests.
teed not only because he is the Mr.
of Texas who will ..
Bailey come democratic nominee, but because we Ward claims Citrus county as his .

before the next Legislature in his home, but he is at home pretty much
really want to know what is in that
State for the Senate, is anywhere in Florida, from the

"in imminent danger of losing out" whose strange sphynx-llke and taciturn personality young man has that he knows most everybody fact and UV OAK PUBLISHING m(if We haveChildren'

because as a lawyer he once got a forged to the front so wonderfully in most everybody knows him, and they ,

big fee from a rich corporation to know him to be a man of many sterling .. Kh
so short a time, and, without the
transact some legal business for it. qualities genial pleasant and OAK, FLORIDA
usual arts of the successful politician -
No man can serve God and Mammona with a heart bigger and warmer than __-- -...
has built up a formidable and
the same time the Times
says most hearts His
are. many Live Oak
distinctly Hearst following in M
but that is the Texas every
no reason why friends
State in the Union. Is he a Napoleon are always glad to see him.A. A few f.-
Senator can't serve the Democratic pj.jMriF
in politics who is yet to win the I
party and practice law between times. E A. &
W. McLeran the CRAWFORD
sceptre of supreme control, or is he merchant
Bailey is as certain of re-election I f
but a brilliant necromancer yet to prince of Wellborn was in the city .
without serious opposition as he lives. .
The Texas Democracy Is mighty be exposed as a pretender who broke yesterday "crossing palms" with his == BROKERS ==" ,

down when the crucial test came? I many Live Oak friends. Mr. Mc DotIIrtVonwn'
proud of that young man and the
Hearst is Leran is not only one of the most
Mr. an unknown quantity, Gl
primaries have already Instructedfor COTTON STOCKS AND \
film. but the "trying-out" process is just successful business men in the county ; NL

ahead of him, and when he gets but he is also one of the most

The St, Augustine Record reproduces through with that man. Hughes fight I popular citizens known by almost We have at present an investment which Huts, pt
everybody. He served
will know that he has had a as senator

Democrat a recent as to paragraph the loafers in swarm-the and we, will know if he is the "real from this district for four years yield from 10(; to 30 per cent per Iaonth< L 1,000 ym '

article." If he who shall with both credit to himself and the
wins say capital invested with practically no
ing around the railroad depots in
that he will not contest with Bryan county. While he has not taken an 500 yard
Florida especially at train time and {
See about it. II.
himself for the supreme gift of the active part in politics for a numberof us
adds the which
following we strongly -
Democratic party? But if he loses, years he may yet be called to Capitajj ,- 2,000 yau !
endorse; Correspondents V. P. & Co.
that will probably be the end of himas highest official service. : Randolph
"Much is being said and printed :;:
force to be reckoned with In --
about the scarcity of labor in Flor- a na- 111 :

Ida.11 sorts of reasons are given tional politics. He is a fighter all the Live Oak may get a union depot. STARVING TO DEATH. 50c. Guaranteed We. mean wltlt w* -.

for this state of affairs, but so far way through with tremendous moral The Railroad Commission has taken Because her stomach was so weakened .{ Groover druggists.--"'"J r

these have been far from the real resources in himself aside from the matter up and'I has called upon by useless drugging that she fi 801ad lo'

truth. Ask any of the passengers on mere wealth and party machinery the railroads running into Live Oak could not eat Mrs. Mary H. Walters I J)

either the Atlantic Coast Line or Sea- and the New York combat will be to appear before the Commission and of St. Clair St., Columbus, 0., was'' The copartnershDfl! -

board Air Line running through the indeed a battle of giants. show cause and reason why such literally starving to death. She' isting between ,e t '- =-
interior sections of the State and they union depot should not be built. As writes: "My stomach was so weak ''A. L. Humphrey !!1

will tell you that at almsot every QuntHt"P Chickens. the railroads will be unable to show from useless drugs' that I could not 1 name of Florida teat I

station can be seen anywhere from A young lady out West whose any reason why the depot should not and my nerves so wrecked that this day dissolved. A->

three or four to a dozen loungers. family was well-to-do announced to be built the presumption is that the I could not, sleep; and not before I retiring. C. Eo ggaD

And these are not all negroes by any her father one night that she was depot will be ordered by the Com- was given up to die was I induced to'tinue the businesstry RELVI 1.f 1.

means. Take the total of the stations going to marry a penniless man. mission. Live Oak needs nothing Electric Bitters; with the wonderful biltties and collecti>u r

and thetotal of the loungers "* 'If you marry him, her father worse than It needs a new union-depot result that Improvement began I' C. &

and the State has an army of unemployed grumbled 'how on earth will you and we hope the efforts of the at once, and a complete cure follow- A.I1 '--if

that Is truly astonishing I i live t'.1 I Commission will come to some good. ed." Best health Tonic on earth. September 21. 1101. ...<

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.1* .- ... LITE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT. FlUD.\Y., 'sun>wv\mn-- -no-,. -10M-- .. '_ >

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***ioinLINO xr. ....TV..y HmttVi. nt VJamntnn .LIHU..1..., t .. jlI-.Q IU
EYGUc' .....-. p"fnr: Reac3 tbA werdlsplAr.; '
& spent
was,Tn-thVdty yesterday afternoonon i of Helvenston & Haymatfln'taandjse&tluda MrPiE.lV. Wooding, mother'of' Mr. and Mrs.J.. -P.'. Downis of
w e; : business. .-J1of""nI ,daffy Pemocrrat, 'l.trL F_ 'W. Butler; left yesterday V4'ellbora'werein:-the city:yesterday"spend '
s I adf .1" ". .""- '_. i If ." dudcaI] ( ooo !
? Joro..Bf-ekf91eN'-t.P&.Jp left the
Mt.s. on
apud SOmo'.Yoaow. |bargains otrered.IR afjer9on{ !T poW11lnf
nrrw = + I' (* *** .4*+l:' I visit relatives. She will be orthbOund 1li& fC 3tun8
... .'J;! C:Mangum, .,, ,,who., habee i. haying -* 'I absent I train
1. '
... Mwi wN W UWUSEE a1Yr$ 1,_:- .a "8cra with an attach ofxever: ,. i' ii?novae f a rorikluent; 1'poungattorney fseve'UjrB."PieeJiLW""" t! 'f < is out -
again. i of Madison /3 (1
Bin the
Tij; in Jin OakChIUs was clay siisses Hampton and Sarah Powell. and friend*.
Springs Hotel'ad'Ce0000TABLE ; for a short, mHMs'mbrntnif Ion :. M
his two-auractlre
: ,. yonnr ladles of Hamp: '". t'J.j' ? y j* ,,_.
Hon.'B. B. JohnsonCounty Judge way to Lake City. $
JI" GO :;, "_ i and Colds, take of Hamilton county, was in the'city ton Springs, were in the city this Miss--M. V. Edwards is opening her:
tI Ifi.,N4 ALLIY BILLIARD TABLES O -. :- this morning. ,I i. ',1" r > h morning0ix their,home',from a visit line.otjfall and winter hats, and they
.4 PfUIWieTA8Lcs.BOIEkMWUHGPflRK." j}i :Buy your groceries from Surrencr io frlends'in lakesCity! -
SHADY -laa are' splendid and magnificent crew
pAylllIppE & Powers and get a chance aFlhe -" -' '" --

,I\A si.E tf MILlS'KOM LIVE out Ji (= -. ,of Woodstock, was Mrs. ,E., J.," Smith,. ',0('Hampton beautifulband 1 { : t j painted* china.*/ You: Hon,.John Q.Moss,. one of the most tions every of Jady the, In millinery,Live Oak call She at wants her
&GU\", CONNECTiONAitIyE rday- Springs, was in the city for,a short:may be a lucky one. prominent i 'citizens' :
.,." I of the county, store and see'them. Go early before
A> ( \ flORIDft '\ ;;-of Wellborn was in Ii i time yesterday I I I I Il from the, Rossburg section .was in they are all picked over.
l 'Mra. N B. Cox, of Lee, arrived in Live Oak this morning'shaking hands
morning1L I:I J. M.-Weeks, of Moultrie. Ga.;was, the city this morning; and'will .spend_ withhls'many Live Oak friends.. We
.in the city this morning and registered -' several days here, the guest k. Jit of hers -" 7 requested to announce that
'-" Kenimerlln was In thejibing. I ;. the Orange : Blossom Society will
Oak I ; at the Ethel.J. o, A. J. Williams and family |
:wise man
The .or Roman is the
MTgManufacturers ; He is improving. I ; one meet at, the residence of Mrs. C. N.,
M -jJifplr,-* I who relieves little ills of this sort by Hildreth. Sr., on Ohio avenue, at
& -Buist Garden Seed T. Mercer the mill man was in .Suwannee Bakery has' opened in 'little dose of'Kodol For Dypsepsia. three o'clock' tomorrow afternoon.
the city this morning attending to the C. T.. McDaniel, store ]It
of I JJefoirtMwBroa. tf opposite digests what, you eat and puts your Parents are requested to remind the
r' business affairs., the court house. Fresh cakes and' !stomach back into shape. Sold by children ,of,the meeting.
Shingles Ice Electric ll I |i* bread daily,-Suwannee Bakery. l City Pharmacy._
of Mayo, wasie'Iire
,. '1:.SL,Gornto Miss Lorenah Johnson, of Jasper,
'' this morning. WANTED-Some young men un->
l 'ower and Turpentine. r i was In the city this 'morning and Miss Conway returned to_Live Oak Good for the cough, removes the married to travel In crews and canvass -

gdereonu Eustis. was in registered at the Ethel. today and will leave on the evening cold, the cause of the cough. That'sthe country'and town on small sal-
tf 1ft *.ii !*rt ot the city furnished :-:: < hours this morn- train for. Perry to nurse .the little work of Kennedy's Laxative ary or good omm1,iion. Splendid
forM ,,,.'.!Oi:, i,.few W,' J.' Harris, the title ,sidewalk son- of Col. and Mrs.S. S: Sanford. .j Honey and Tar-the original laxative opportunity a hustler, experiencenot

[ a tff'1 reasoruble rate. Electric f-ix'",, > ,' man returned yesterday afternoon cough syrup. Contains no opl necessary. Apply at the Viola

sifti-fer manufacturing purposes." s5 '! .', ,'at-the City Restaurant from a trip down the road.C. Beautiful plaid silks In all colorson ates. Sold by City Pharmacy.P. House. Ur'S. Livingston.. tf
: display in Miss M. V. Edwards'window.

14 MIl _-GUt of City orders have i a! .x.t*J1].1 white restaurant in the W. Monroe and: wife passed Don't fail to see them, they 'c. Wind, of Tallahassee, who TheSea, Island. Cotton Ginning Co..

;41 MIlD ,", MW. through Live Oak this i morning'on have Just arrived and) ,are beautiful.Mrs. ,was here for some time with the 0. operated and owned by those two
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.J.ti n ite, a prominent cltlzen1oiiiy their,way.' 1 'to, their*Mayo.i O. 'Williams Hardware Co., was in staunch and reliable business men,

.was Tlsltor to'Lire Elie Brown, of Lee,.arrived in the city last night and met a num-. C. N. Hildreth and M I,.: Burnett Is
., Will Edwards, the popular read the city this morning.and: willspend ber of'his former Live Oak friends doing a fine business'now. The gins

"f]: estate'man, went up the road yester. some time here visiting her daughter all'of whom were glad to see him are kept busy all the time and are
E E OAK ;,""r.\1'"f'lnderson.<-".... went down the day afternoon on a business trip.R. Mrs. J. M. Brock, In'North Live --- turning out an excellent quality of

rt 6II morning>on & professional Oak. D. R. Henderson, a prominent t work.

.w'1"...,.': ., E. McNeil, of 'the Suwannee citizen of Eustis, and a'successful
', Hardware Co., returned this morn-; Red Band Brand Bon; Boo are naval stores operator, was in the city Hon. Scott Dilworth Clarke, of
': .t I.; Bailer and wife left this Ing from flying visit to Jasper. just as fine -as any boa "bons'" to' be today enroute to Mayo, where he was Monticello,"one of the leading young

siiyto a tew da1'a visit to Jack- had anywhereand,they are much called to see his brother who is reported lawyers of West Florida, and a prominent
'* ..- Surrency & are making a cheaper Sorrency & Powers, Try quite sick with typhoid fever. leader of the young Democracy
of Red' Band Brand Candies them. ,. I
'. -- specialty < of that section 'of the State,
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-... ,: ;Adams., of Hampton Springs, at 15 cents per pound. Nothing I H. A. Blackburn, one of Live Oak's was in Live Oak yesterday on professional
,kUM Oak for a few hours this l;I like it. Israel McCall' ex-clerk 'of the court leading merchants and one of her f business He met a number

.:'.', I I of Hamilton county, who has beenin best citizens, has returned from of his Live Oak friends while In

)>k:News andJommercial J:'__",. ..-, Brad Watson one of the largest the "city' for several days past, returned Baltimore and New York where he the city.
: t t'! Algee,,of Valdosta was in i clothing and dry goods merchant of to his home at Jasper yesterday has been for the past several weeks

!if this morning. registered atfruk t Waycross was In the city yesterdayon afternoon. buying his fall and winter stock of Today will close the first week of

Mel: ::\ business. ,-. -- goods. the present term of the Suwannee

'-'"'"-,'-,' .- I Hon. John M. Caldwell, editor of. .High School, and, the, indications are
Owens!; of Greenville, S. C., Mr. Coachman has sold his livery the Jasper News, an old war horse j The City Pharmacy has added that this will be the most successful

J.I i rfiItofto: Live Oak yesterday stable business, but not his sale of Florida journalism, who has pro- another improvement to its businessin : and profitable term in all its history

!.JOCL'to.... stables and buggy and harness bust badly fallen 'off;of and climbed back the shape of a carbonator. Mr. The' enrollment Is nearly a hundred

Printersi :. J- ness. He can be found at, the same up on the editorial tripod more than Fletcher, the manager, intends to larger than It was last year, which

titn.l tUng ,10.000 to 20,000) old stand ready to accommodat any other journalists in the State, keep pace with all others and furnish shows either a large increase in the

r per(day, Can fill large orsaurian those who desire to buy horses was in :the city this morning shaking the very best cold drings that science population, or an Increased interest

promptly. See our prl1JTeOakIfg.C mules buggies, carriages and bar- hands with"his' many Live Oak and the most improved and up-to- in education, and there is probability

ness. friends. :. date machinery can supply. that there Is some of both..

let *It aN none too small {for i .
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. "X x a Raid, Linen and Rag papers is -if"""..OY"f',, ,

Jarpst carried In Florida, and with f.*||;

[,** Ming PUnt new type, and artist,. p [Helvenston & Hyman going out of Business

&& lirnbh you with Stationery as ch

t ft* key WUhment In the South.. A trij "

t'ltbttt1Tf.M will convince E't'ItNISIIEDONAPPIICTl: ;..) 'J i-', '1": Everything must go and beginning Monday, October 1st, we E

1I'fa, propose
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II PUBlISUIN6 CO i t-4 pjjphave cr.Z. complete line of Dry Goods and the finest line of Men's, Women's and

tM '" Children's Shoes in Live Oak. Also an elegant ]line of Gents' Furnishings and Hats
tk Vii". ,

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& I' '' IjA.few prices quoted below will give some idea as to bargains to be had, as everything will be sold at corresponding prices:

4 ,I-4": : Stetson Shoes, worth $5.00 and $6.00, each $4.00

MROKERSi == = J .,. "
Douglas" 3.50 2.75
i)N STOCKS AND GR :i_ *W._-ts-j*iS ? "Women's 3.00 2.35 < "

wiIlJ ST. 3.00 --' !.;. 2.25 ..
which Hats worth )
it |>ment an investment ,

. rn 10 to 30 per cent per month oni! 1 1,000 yards Check gingham, worth 8c, per yard 6c '
betel with practically. no 500 36-inch Percale best worth 15c yard lie
See us about 1. :+.11, :; yards per .

$ : 2,000 yards Sea Island Sheeting worth 9c yard 7cELVENSTON
;4 V. P. Randolph & Co. Capita]$1. r per < -f.

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B< .
ta Atli. $OB. GuaranteedMM bY ""We. mean what we say. Everything in the store will be offered at absolute cost for cash, come and see for yourself!

t Groover druUlsts. i :
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eta; flit die JiJaOlutlo. :t
I", f II "'.!tnL;, heret REMEMBER THE DATE, OCTOBER, 1st.

h' 4* .., OL, ,a*' The copartnership loll1P ,
r tf eta gu feting between C. &Ddet : ----
A *U M real A. L, Humphreys If
#i ttl I .*.,i4 ftat' "B of Florida NO'H J'Jt ,

1o .ftf H Uat bU day dissolved A.hrell.,
M4 t.. Wt I miring. C. E. IinmP. d=l
! ." Mt4 to tint the business a ac O & HAYMAN.r

i **t .dtr.MIltlM t and collectws )p ,
Pi*.$ i4pa C.E. i
+ later. A. L. Jltrf>.f'"tt 'J.}., -JI I IaT

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.LIVE OAK DAILY: DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY;SEPTEMBER 28. ., .tte .. .' ._ if: .
4 ,. .. ". ". A .. .-.:__H.h 4.y. h- ''" .. '- + .
y. p .. __ _". ", < _, .. '. ...,. ..... .. larjfc: "i: fill f..J _
i }r "L .,- 11. >,1 u;:""..- "" I. -
., . Her D wr7.; .. 'k..J .4 snail tuable he a"Ie PJ1Vl' .
." '- When lira. 'Simpson, laid down 'the .. br.t!!.. IJJr

paper she had_been reading she.lookedthoughtfully to done the ender Mopt ttu Drina.
t of ths > -
I -
at her buStiand'for some Yiaiuaa at aa act of dill .

3UTLERBROTIIEQSPall moments across the s before cold little she hall spoke;came? *'From'the righttd miaeioaefl SectiaD emmentdctm5 u.bbe sated Is ; ()n e>, often

round of Arabella's voice and that of 1m 4ik.!. and a ktea43sn pi ba JUi 1ee-I 1 opport\lnit ; '" Y hi.P
ftIeI :
the young man she was soon to marry. and pzyen Iae

,haven't of a.dowryyfor .' pndmg'eons,tab oMIII&T.
Announcement "We :got, a.sign ?? but .
said Mrs. Simpson at necessary for such ptupo> iV vestment;
: .. '" .' I Arabella, pa the compenat1oa to bepasd a IIIC [
last of way benefits to be data;:.

,: ; j "What's. that!" asked Mr. Simpson eha1l be COIIIidered".,.. 'the:: Ja i;-. } cio ...

A '.new 'feature; of our stock this seasonr will be ,a., complete -' suddenly roused troD his perusal of the the oecww assessment js of> \ .: : rtunttes, :

I reason of such drtiaaaTarf ? .
weekly paper."A of;the proceeds there .teS month\ ,
line 'ofBOYS' dowry Is things parents give a board of.drainage COTisiLsIL** erYWeCklea !

daughter when she's married, like heirlooms them ApprovedUnzfivT-for such dr in Sm2? *":i

and. money and fine linen," said .- 'I'rtthemMftttnhoney

Mrs. Simpson impatiently. "You know AATIq.( .;; ; w

but forgotten.. Arabella That Section nine 00 ct'..u. = .Is '
: CLOTHINGu that, you're Constitution the State III should :
hasn't one thing but the clothes she's nine la hereby amended 11II..... \ !
made herself. Will wouldn't expect us vu"Section: Th -'- M
to give her money and as they're goingto Supreme Court riaU :; fomething! ; T.

I Every possible advantage to purchasers has live with his folks she doesn't need dollars ayear.Thuasi7! at p t .
shall be
three thousand I U. t
been combined in our efforts to make our\ the linen but I wish to mercy we'd gat dollar a year." place it in

Juvenile business a signal success. A great some, heirlooms for her." Article That the V of foregoiq the CoostitutQ II t- yo'u_

portion of our stock are the superior produc- 'Well why haven't= wef demandedArabella's and the same shall be -Ii NATuY IIJtit
the State for
father "What's the apPl'OVll. FIRST
tions of the Ederheimer-Stein work rooms.BOYS' general election of rePlele s ;.THE
reason she can't have Grandfather Section 1. Article$VU of the "

Bnckett's old powderhorn and flint- I! ,Appreyd May Slat r- 19M OAK, !IIJU

lock and the old coonskin cap? She's 'IThat /tncuEp

; s r SUITS all the child we've got and I shan't the follow_._ amende*!t, ---

i' 'em There's his old the Constitution of k*...State....,.. rf iw"-
and knee ever use again. to the Judiciary DeL... .
,. Boy's Suits in double breasted jacket pants felt rrms-'. btEp
which tion 39 of said rtide V. .... BROWN i
knife too. I've got me a new one ai.-... t B.
f and double breasted'Norfolks with bloomer pants. agreed to and shall! blllijt; IIitW IlOAUV t.
cuts full as well I guess we can fit her of the State at the er tail e E t I* ; E. .. '
i r Durably.- made' and lined; carefully. tailored, i out, and i if she; wants more,let her hare the first Till&"aftar the fit*jS*? __
ber.A. D..1. lor rati2 &tij i .

;i i $3.00 to $7.50CHILDREN'S the qld bellusest"--Youth's, Companion. wit Section: 89. The annualmlard"": ,_. ".-<- lllf ; ..

each of the Crucii Court oft saTlere&fter
Symbol of the "Cloud Fire." to U.established: ilaEti; ::. t.
., Nearly all of the ancient nations by the eoqmy*here' such cgortfei FLORIDAI
p hall be'as folWa IB
SUITS cotiaaf.m 1
called lightning by names signifying 'i
'. thousand povoiation.: one t IeIiIar.I
"cloud fire""and the major portion of countk of from fifteen tbwasao
Children's Suits in Russian Sailor Blouse with large thousand population, ftffeta ta&j .
them,employed1.somet symbol .to ..repre counties of from twenty-fire Ikee \mI1J.L mr.
sailor collars, bloomer pants, made in accordance with sent the flash of. the "forked fury"" five thousand ropnlstka, tatfe. t .
and in counties; el more this tbe i.. '- .
standard for boy's clothing. -
highest darting from? the thunder .clouds; The popu'at:on. twenty-five hundred _s. ---

t early Chaldeans symbolized it with a repealing any and all puts ti tea(. .
< tion in .' Met herewith.
:, $2.50 up: to: $6.50 trident, and the Babylonians learnedin ApprtA M June f.t. f

l 4r mystic lore, employed a human bandfor Aa tun flit t""," wed >...ftUjfJ) (

the same purpose. The basreliefsof That the following atseadamttfeU
the Constitution of the State fri 1 fefcl
the towersof Nlmrnd and Malthia. .
to the Judiciary Department & -- -
\., "' Boys' School l ShoesA which are ,the: work: ,ot. the late; and tions 40.41. 42, (3,44.45.4S and C.Jij
e V, be and the same an hereby limits: L'._ .; .,. .J !'"
refined artists show the
more Assyrian be gubmitte u the electors\ < Webster Dictionary.given trident doubled or transformed. I Into general election U be held OB the tat's ,:' w
ter the first Monday In Kowndw il tZO.L'r\
what Is known as a "trifid fascicle." .
ratification or rejection to-wic '
w "
FREE: with ,every pair. This triumph of the classic art secured Section 4). There ahatt be e&l&U! '. (29 '1II1 4. .,

cooXDXTR I tor the ancient Mesopotamian symbol county eounty of shall Escambia so determine whenever ty! a>*rajas nee I 4Pa .t ..,- l'IJ... ..... .. "

the advant j: e overall: other representations votes cast on the sn ae ; Lv. _-i-ri i ass '
a court of record: and these shall bet'court 4 9i P m
of the thunderbolt. The Greeks'represented irhoshall appojntftd latbOd
I the "storm fire" with the confirmed the Senate bo ihiEatias s lepm.Ar ... .-=" :
'AG what it means. This label on clothing is like six years and whose salary ihsHbetMia LY.. .. -
92D feathers
of a bird of Later on
prey. W'I
five handled dollars Wlble
when had the .of Eseambia a rut., The ertea! :{ Ar.II .--,......... .....-
of county
\ the painter's signature on a masterpiece I they begun to< Incorporatethe record: established in Eacusia stir a I L' ....
Asiatic form of the..symbol withtheir the of then uaeate.
art. vouches for the genuineness. of the quality-the perfection : I own ,they put it in the claws of and upon be the court of reerd as haea pall Ar --.... ,.
officers of such crouLal; caert fI as _.
of the work. an eagle and made it the scepter of be officers of such court of red nib .e mLY -

I Zeus. Gaul recelthe symbol from the duties and receive! the emoloamrt 'U: _.
until the expiration of their PlUPltllltj m1Lv.-
Italy, but soon altered It to the familiar -' Section 41. The; said court and jsJjMt \ ... .....
Our men's clothing department is still up to the standard in ? two headed hammer so common on exclusive original jurisdiction rf 2ass- I 4 00 p 4'

but the best and in the latest Gallo-Roinan monuments The same not capital which shall arise in Pam I III 61 0 D m Ar ..... '.;,-:-..-.- _t
styles. Eacambi c
every particular nothing and shall have in touts .... : ..
: symbol is seen on amulets found In with the Circuit Court and Oreuit Jabs( !., LY.
original jumdJrt -;. ....
county; the tame 1'Ar ..
Germany Scandinavia ...
England and -
--, '. case and matters as the circuit court.III: -- -... .. .
France, judge of said county,and theism.|o tt a. Lv.-.w -
BUTlbER: ] : BROTHERS writs of mar "'""', injunetioa saw
: .
.i.iooooc w .. certiorari prohibition habeai wr au ._. -> -
--- '
: the hike : .... .
The best education In the world is proper and necessary to a 1 i 12 _
circuit coot B:
the 'mIL'f
their jurisdiction as
that got by struggling to make a lit- judge of aeid county, except the y*i -------" ...ills.I
Ing.-Phllllps. thorlty to summons and empanel I pfd "uJmk
Section There shad be six lean I a ( Y-' ,,' ..
court in each
< year.
"' Section 43. There shall be te nili. im16WPm yI1 -.-. .... .
TO CUREfA FELLON. prosecuting attorney who shafl MOT"the \

.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAA...... ...i&.A............&&& &4'4 .AAA'I says Sam Kendall:"- o( Philllpsburg, who Governor shall hold and his office confirmed for four w jvt tao I : CT P IIIIL"-.......;- '"

-'-- -- =. Kan., "Just cover it over,with Buck!, pensation shall be fixed by lav.tnaW II "I< ur ... ...
1 Section 44. All offenses 'm\L'H.
I len'a Aralca Salve and the.Salve, will shall be prosecuted upon inlomatw*" \ .. ),...::...t .
4 1 05 -
i m -
I t
J Lv.-
I\ AND 1 11 do the "rest., Quickest l 'cure' "'for grand tn be filed jury by of the the prpseeuhM circuit court attorw w d. :. a\\ mlLv.----, t UId.. "

GIRLS, : Boils Sores may indict for any offense traWe_i C
{ BOYS Burns Scalds, Wounds, of record. Upon the finding of III* : I no'U\ ..

I! Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped the for trial circuit in judge the court shall ef commit record ntWa..w.8';' f' I

,t, Hands, Sore Feet: arid Sore Eyes, be upon informationSection .
i clerk of said _:-_.I \ 4.StatiIJG ._-- r Fta "" spHraam -
jt. j Only 25c at Barclay &; Groover's drug elected, by 4i the The electors of EKtmM,IIIII 1TekgragbwTel.phO -

f '. stort. Guaranteed. shall hold office for four years mind_W.:
I, .,1. ..... Aanei
.1 tion shall be fixed ky law. Theh\ '" r.
1" Remember : big eountv shall be the cxetutrve: t
= j '
i j: JSOTKE Of ELECTION. court and his duties ADdfee.JallIlfIB"! J 1practke --
Section 46. The same rules Of! I"
WHEREAS The Legislature of isoi,under the which obtain in the eirCUit JS j
Constitution of 188$.of the State of Florida did county shall obtain in the court*
pass five Joint Resolutions proposing Amendment laws relative to criminal eourtI(%- iTLANTIC CUASI
II i abIJI '""
The Ladies' i to the.Constitution of the State of Florida and is otherwise provided herem.record- tit'd
.Emporium the same were agreed to by a vote of three- control the court of of" Ordr
fifths of all the members elected to each House: may be had from the court the! L
that the vote on said Joint Resolutions were en- cult court of another county: for tam"r
tered upon thier'respectivejournaj., and under the laws providinf | A
with !
I yeas Florida Georgia.
!. and nays; thereon and they,did determine and venue from the circuit court of1t'rSe|
direct that said Joint resolutions be Circuit court of another county ,.
I IS :THE, PLACE JO BUY YOUR p. the electors of ton in his discretion order the cu-
'3 : at the General ]election may 1
i! UoLSUtC
; 'I' ; iI November. : Escambia county or of anyone taigaof Virginia North Cut > -
Now,THEREFORE H. CLAY or-more terns p of : ( ,
=,I retory of State of the State of Florida do ferebr Any civil eau e II the-;
; 11 give notice that aGENERAL may be tried before a referee.*IDmed

SCHOOL SUPPLIES : ELECTION qualification may be tried of by the a judge judge ad of h the 5ni"c dferred tI" ,\ik South Caroh

II IIf will be held in each county in Florida on Tuesday to the circuit court cf ** .. '
raying -
= next succeeding the first Monday in November of any other county,in the same> J14'
5 f II j A. D-:,1906, the Mid Tuesday being Oie' to the same previsions ss f""iLceedhigs

., I .-. II I SIXTH DAY Of NOVEMBER Section in 47.the The circuit Supreme fourt 01"Coa1't?a*, f. The Great bights' *i I .

I Pencil Ta13 (f?;!>480' pages for : :. 5cII r j i pr.,, for Kesolutions the of ratification the proposing State)A TICLE of or Floridaviz Amendments rejection of:.< the to the.said"Cnutitntfon Joint t ?, and and shall of shall in have have equity eases appellate final The of originating conviction appellate circuit jnriadictioii court jur in of the?feJil1 J f";IBIB'!ep0d?''?S, rf.II.k, Ida-East t mi JWi'f

E the following amendment to Article XVI demeanors tried in the court of Ir2.. ,
PenttllsPen Staffs Book Straps. = of the Constitution of the State of Florida be and peals or writs of error proseeuted cft.
t (A is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to of record whether to the Supre**. ...
lit the electors of the State at the general elertin to cult Oourt: shall be prosecuted w Y jd TO THE &*- ''I.N t -
be held on the first Tuesday and according to the same rules ""II'

N 3, and everything needed will be found. I:=S in tion.November.A. D. 1906. for terthefirst,ratification, or Monday rejec- preme proceedings Court.from the Circuit Ceott p i ORiDAANDW1.ST1$1AND .

I'' Section 32. The Governor. the Coai,trojier. the Approved June 6,1905. _
= Treamrer the Attorney General and the Commissioner .

here. Everything new and up-to-date I:= and their designated IUeeeNera of Agriculture in ofI1ce"of the are State hereby of Florida eonati .-and ted- the following ARTICLEThat ame xnn entmih! NEW YOU I *

as a board of drain d
lOftn1iaaionen of the k
of the Constitution
-r I era,and are hereby authorized aad ..
and W -
I empowered to the same is hereby agreed jTjn \& -- --
establish l
II a system of eana s.drains levees dikes mitted to the electors of the
and reservoir of such dimension and depths u in era! election in 1906 for yaufiatim!::: j ,
the ...
judgment of mr
said board of drainage eommls- Section !. Either branch of tile QN1BWIr.L1LL
lioaen ie
deemed advisable to drain and thereof. *>** I!' Q [
reelaim Wl
the swamp and o.ert1owed]ands a regular session Ind;i if ty
One Pair "Black within
Cat" Shoes FREE of deemed Florida beat or by such said parts board or drainage portions thereof the State u ia menta agreed to to this by three-fifths Constitution of:aD tile Tf.-*''fi m
prop"be *
eommia- ed to each house such "
sinners from time to time, and to provide for P'L..tI' ,
the entered their re
To the boy or girl who forms 'the most words out of the letters contained in I C .uth irrigation canals of, drain the lands,levees reclaimed dikes and and to maintain the yeas and upon nays and shall whefe.>be P
l'eIIenoin county
in in each
ouch manner u will be most advantageous to the published newspaper for one month tmmed' AN CARS AND uIR' r r.fCoast

3. "Black Cat," using each letter only the number_ ,, of times it ,appears in the word :. territory ha"itanta 10 and.drained the commerce the State thereof.of Florida its in- the which next election general the election same,haul of.* t'1

i i Seeta 13. T1aM tba board of electors of the State for appfovaltltiJ.r Une )mdn" IiI...aa5
'Black' Cat." Contest closes and will be October 6th. mink ner.are hereby authorized and empowered a majority of the electors voting JIICII ..
; prize given Saturday, :> to establish drainage districts and fix the bound. meats at such election shall adopt dllt; \Vutd'41 trUnNewori '
... I li l ariea thereof in the State of Florida. iII-i
That the "hall
menta the same becOmI.da! !
: "Black Cat" Shoes are the best children's dress shoes made. See the styles I II baud of drainage and empowered eunmiasionera to he and it ia authorized tution. The proposed *meT??;:;. i] ..; 1.. -- "
prepare fiat "eCT"
a or lists enable the
f submitted as to
of all the
alluvial <
or swamp and tax. amendmentseparstely. *Brat ,l ..
I able lands within such lair -r-- CONSULT' Tit rtrtPu
: drainage is III !
district this
in the show window. .and levy thereon or diatrieta. the election at which ; f:
acreage tax not ex- tofore adopted by the elector erooarda ..
eeedilten .
!i cents
i i) per acre per annumn to be bed part of the Constitution fred i &ild and full .
'p annually by laid boar of drainq.eoauwuionera. adoption of the same. ,. .. .tsrte'chedules .
and the various tax
.embraced U5eUora of the Y&ri u eoantie. Approved June 6;1901i. '.yridf faD _
part or ia whole within each The eompliaJlOl W1' ..... e. __
votes cast in
'b drainage list w hats district and enter-district.the game .u receive such amendments and the canYUlo? -? '..ti'nCo BOYLSTON, Dui. I'.w __ {p ,

THE LADIES'.SS EMPORIUM ,.i .he'tile and county the amount 01'counties 110 levied inhicb by upon the such the lands tax rolla may ..returns thereof.shaD heulatioceandrestrictbnaavP wXP&S&i. !*, .1'1'.J' ",i TrIY, Pats AgeAia ..'

eommi.eiomer. hard of drainage General Elections\ in the Sate"fS .
"M in such manner and form u IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.I gii 4'1 \(1i1riG. TmAcM_ -
j. may be prtaaibed by the board of drainage affixed the Gea. ...
com- hand and ; hat.. AAartwlt
time T
to ,
time which at t _
I amounts shall ILSI State:; of Florida j
"" .:: ..., bJ tU iA4c
e I Free 1j slivery : B. \ : 'Harvard;Proprietor: ; Phone 159. i,I. eostaa other ,wherein .aei nriouI twee.tatetgleeten have._> mole of,the u', Capital 19U tkia Ala drt t 1

I. taxes ue collected inaccordance with law '-- Jt-ct.niCl11r
and said
T inTTTTTTTTVlTTTTTyT?'T7TTTTTTTTTTTTTTttfTTfTTTTTftfyTtyVTYVTTT. fit drainqe pay ova 00Q amounta ooer1 collected said COIIImiaaioaera to the hoard To 1. H.lUCXF.jSN.SJIIr1: !. 911""" a


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,+ bie j4 tbl- fpladspnjgla fe .

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tt of view -
yolk....aa.... + II
.. .... ..,I ....,.. bJ tu lad! ; : I"" !. : : : ,'(" .awfcnagj osial I.;, every; :?Schoolboy ;iiwrong. ,_ ,.::* (

., ..... ... O( .C, ... jAn eminent Oxford J'
J prpfesspron
fit .
Schedule EffeetiYt --t
fT November 2.1905.. ,
otthla :
'c I'
t ,.. .... ;> bearIa'gTthtf' 'the "
II uact of the "' potat discussed otfcerAde >"-l. ':'

q.... PN. t ..... dh4qty "- _. "" onSv oftenlies 'idle ,, ;iacttially broo t.. e/l8pee! N"I4INo. sO TwoTniDa East Ne.12 NOR'fH ANA WT05a -: '-.t. .

. t&t ... Ife.* Vtrf ; and then Vent; to the moo, where he 155p.JacklOllYi1e..Ar ; ,
w. .tt1 It I f{= : tiled them U loi IO10p'Lr..Jeseup' -Az 7451/At.JsekeonrUkSAyAe A d
omr on a tox.'wh ate 'them 10 sop Lv Jeuup. c.. B:Ry.Lt
opportunities forrestrrvent lOP 12159 LY_.Savaanah..At,
... 2 boa,lv.Muen Ga.& ..
; r. lit ..." N ...,...., "oIn for baiting greedily! i 5Sp I 00a Ar..CoIumbla.LT 6 2OaIAr.AtlaataGa.S. 'R.1r "
tak, 1006p 9 5& Ar...Cbubtta Lv Ry.Lvii
i thfitJr. ... JIIIIIdj. = ..
... 1J T 805+Ar.Roma Ga..8..b Lr
.... .. f1UeJa P Uopmy :but these HU_plfflcalt poaIU .. Z 06' UOpAr..DanYille.Lv 51p.ArGraasbore..Lv;, 8 25a M. Dalton GL.'s'R.LT

f .IN, I".bu.t1t.b &!d"1 : ; op- "It you are going to remain Jn public .!.695 142p AI"H'RichmoRd... vL 5 USa 20p Ar Ar.Cbat'angt Leitingta KQ.1'8.&b.b C.L .' _.

..'1 WI4. L.aI;. .. .....Id..s by deziye4 the Juit.\IIII.... life you must do something attract 417a 4 ZOp Ar..Lr1Iehburlr-Lv T 40p Ar.Cinc'nattI.OQ&C.Lv!
I ..... The .. V do not come attention. I 610p Ar.CharIolt.e8YIil.Lv Lv
Q '" '... ttunities 8 40p CiMnatti. 0 Big 4.Ar
M uas 8 w 9
tat of 50p WuhinatoD..Lv 110a'Ar.Ch' "
beae0ta m.
ClPo Big LLr
5 .acwt M" IUdt drstag.. ; "If' I ,don't .attract attention VI, don't U =9a 1135 Ar.Ealtimcn-.Lv -I.
"J,......... &JI4 attrllct 1 tSp Z 35a Ar .W.Phila. -L 8 359 c t'ti PLline&.Ar
re/elected and if I do
0"t ... ..... II 4raftan Idiaq b week< month or ven1iarFftrithe attention 41311 !30a Ar... NewYork..LT 710a Ar.ChieROPs. Linea.Lv
ery .
t:: .1 ifa .. .bas ter awll dr im pear III } ) Jt'a ten to on .I'U be, Iqvestlgat'ed. 8 'Lv.Cine'atti C.IL D.Ar
I Appni4. May Z7,1906.u -, : : 'at'm : Noe. !and 4.-"New York and Florida Ex7 ZaIArChitago\on.RouteLv
' b I4 So wt I go'nrtodof Houston,
;J > : .. _
; < f meantime this "" rCnjnit. _< .press.Daily Pullman Drawing Room: Steeping 45PiLv.Cin'nati C.B.i D.Ar ,_
i. \ lIbw .u u: iP I Post. Car Port Tampa and JackaonY1lle to New Y wk. 52Qa'Ar-ToIedo..C.' H." DrL1'
rty Not 30"Washington and Florida '
T 26a'Ar Detroit kiich.P.lLL,
uttks urn, (9) otA :.. Limited-" Daily Pullman Drawing t
-Ie .. j 3&Lv
fJrpa .. '..t.tnbJ amend edU of '" should be earning inc Car.Jacksonville to New York. RoomSleep.1 9 C5n'nati.BigFour.Ar

z ?*< ** ::.. 10 yaps i 0ney "So you think youPUI'f'PU are un 6;Ar.Cleveland.BigFourL, __.
..... .. just to you Willie, and that your teacher No.30 Taeotlca LAND UT TUE SKr. 6.SOpiLy.Lex.n n..s..Rp.: I'- '
o "'M' ...... r.a y' s and it ifTQupVlaceVVitVifl I lOp Lv.LousviJle.S. R1'.LT t
I ..,..y nT hes! .....:.! ething; can has it in for you? You are a poor T 55p LVn Jaokaonvi le. Fla. -Ar ,i&Ar.St: Louis..S. 1ty.Lv ,

.. .. 1215a LV .,.-Savannah, ..__Ar 02slAr.AnnistOn
IIM abused martyr aren't you? A >- M 10 A S.Ry-L;
... 4 ions,u JUl."I thouaall4 a" IanNl-.i this bank/ ] 6 00a Ar.CoI bl8, S. CLv 12 OlaAr-Birm'bamA.s.Ry.L1', '- '\ +
.,...... .. f--olnc '- "Yes, I am. Everything I do la. laid. 150p Ar.Ashvile.! N. C._Lv t l05pIAr-Memphia-.FriIIco..Lv
4$.. YatNisCoba4wtb" fogy tbMe.4N. '- to necI! : : eland Leader. ''! 3'lp Ar..H.ot Springs, NO' C.-.Lv a .lAp Ksnea.4XtyFli.coLv '__ .
e.nW ...t e..1h&U h-L. 6 \Sop Ar_ Kno v l..Tun.Lv "
be IUbmltt.d--; .. ... app Lv.Meraph, Tenn. .Ar
'1f\tf'-a.. f. 850& Ar. -.Louisville! Ky. .Lv '
r ,.....,....tJoa approval of or II lk FIRST NATIONAL BANK; -, The Bookkeeper Not Behind., (12p Ar. ......SC Louis Me..Lv 9 2pa'Ar.Hot S printsArtLy_' '
f.;; "'" ........ L ArUcle XVU ftP1'e8elltati'q u -1E.. 8 iSatBr..__...Cincinnatt. 0...........!Lv _
of the Mr. Asker-They tell me that the Na
... 3O.-Daily Pullman Draws Room Bde'
... App w/May b '
I Ilt 1906.aT1C1.1 w hIVEoAKFLA, i ; / ," : bookkeeper: ,of your firm !is behind In EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON Skeping! Between lacklOavile, Hendetsoa.
tv. tad : vill. Aih,: ,Hot ngsKnatuWoai4. Cincin...
Uk ; I bis accounts. Is that so? Mr.Tasker ALL TR.uN8. _
: .. I .., 41st th. tuUn_ 3 I inatti
.. N 0' a w amendmeeufow ( '- ;;-'''__ I \; II I -Far from it. Be came out ahead. .
A t stet ... CasltUU State at F' 1-, :.;: -; : : : v.
tai4'' ;;, I FresideAt.' A.. HA8DE1 I l It's the company that's behind. No. U-Florida Limited-Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through day ceaches"and'Pullman Bleep,
0' w W\\' '4=t.1 C. :
Anicle V. te fJId : ,'JL.BROWN, tv. Pres. ing Can.Jackspnvdle to Atlanta.Chattanooga and Cmcuinatti.: Ala Pullman Sleeping Car Jeasup.
hMtwod ..
t'f till Ii tMrty and'lull ht lilt mined III t'. CashIer. WFLORIDA J. .HILLhIAN r ; to Colorado Springs Cot.via Birmingham Memphis Kansas City.
1 1M.' !
at the rrnetal \ so shrt
M"' f'j .......t.-a'kr rlectice lit 'if.HORN .
\.....on.r .... A. 0.. I .or ralifttat fur.)f U' : I -Wasn't the bride delightfully timid r JAMES FREEMAN. District Passenger Agent.108 Wj Bay St.Jacksonville,Fla.

oats......... It TIle "Very. She was even shy ten yean S.Ht HARDWICL l'.T.JL. W. H.TAYLOR.G. P.A. BROOKS MORGAN. A.G. P.ALive
annual Mlarloftw
.. .. ..4 of u. Ct calt al Courts :.. ,. when it came 'giving her age"
.. ot Cetera:
.... -
t::: ........ 'I FIp t4r..ta. ,.her..tabl.ahed luch court lbaU kJ aioI { ; -' .VV .

.. tlrwsd..N't.JIu..e'aUon..8:( In. one eoontteasf 1"1'... : RAILWAY. :: THE BREATH OF LIFE. Oak Perry & Gulf
.. thOlllaaJ
,., ., .tv..... .. from IUtun thwia'ndm acdp y ,
IM+bssad ,,"tion. fafteen ;, SCHEDULE. *- I It's a significant fact that, the
t; .. ...... ;... huad1
"f;.. tItJ'1 MO.tibtessrd taa eI .root t'r-Palatioa twenty-be, two,tbovar-d 5,wnn dt TRAINS ON SvRY.. K AND. A.: K If ey RT?AT LIVE OAK _' 1 strongest animal.,of its size, the gorilla Railroad Company.V ;;

wt h.fla. iiMb auetb tweuty.nve CII pure thaI hundred Katy.t n V cENTRIL Ti IL tr: a. h i> e.. 'LEAD tJP. :- also has the largest lungs. Power

... pPONba.may Lad aU palls of tht dal IiIIII! '. ... .. '. .. .-. ful lungs means powerful creatures. SCHEDULE >EFFECTIVE APRIL 20.1S6&a
t.m a flki bmwiOuf _,. \ f\1 1\ 'I/\l\/\f '\ ;: .' '
AliIa.d J llae .I**. t'-i i ,. } .- -, 6M&i1 Na.tN..l.Loc; F How to keep the breathing organs
t MiNe htIno. {'i! iad STATIONS and Daily right should be man's chiefest' study. aa ELo

bftrfis. tlr.l the tuik.wing mesh toA ii ........._- _.. __ _..........r....... .._ ExDailP Except Like thousands of others, Mrs. Ora >i o Q Ii tL I Ia : .
= ... .1 t1.Ca.+tittitkS of the State Oi1, Y. Sup' d
of z'
as q..J.dIctu' y Department:to be 1\ jI A. Stephens, of_ Port Williams 0., Mail and Pass Passenger Fit and P. z.* zNo ?

e. %. bot t--. KL C. ca, 44.45.40 aDd C1.of Mid :< '-' .- ; -, .n:'... '!i ';'Y'- ;;"" has learned how to do this. She a z a m
ha sod 1M sank are hereby ..s. .... No. :3 s ..... .
.. lie weed -
tort ; : M: ......"......... ".."Li Oak u:... .. .1
IS adua+.tiw' t the r. y :. -.a.r 10
,;:. lIMit**U U elector held the of the Stata ... -. ..,- .. '- # -... ,'20,a-m III. Pm. writes; "Three bottles of Dr. King's Daily Sunday,Only Daily ex. SUB.'... tat**fen Monday U NowmbwttUfe on tnt,4.l>r i i 1.1 a'U; _' ..._. __.rorter_ ....- LV.I0ooam, $4% p m New Discovery stopped my cough of W. P. H. Lear.P.JL. P. Y. P.'Jl. A.' M. A....
U. M" Uon. to..wlt .S Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive
.,f *w f le .$*. TW thall be wiibJuW k- ("<"/.!I.Y'" z....:..:...:.. .Stoklej....: "M.:..;..l r. 952'a In 118 p m41E two years and cured me of what my a 00 UO 140 15-1 ._,Live Oak-. 430 1.40 10.08 ....
...... U '1 : ; 1.0 --T' ;, '. .13 US
t --tMa.. whenever tbu ftttn t if t 's : : friends 411 6.28 U6 U.
thought consumption,'sgrand. a 00 _Roeky Sink
... .;;. ; : h. : a 118 U8 4lY U.
ww6y determine by a maicIntr i .IIT.-! 9 61 a In 515 p is a U2 9.Ia
...'-..- -.....sus this.uatic,a at any loud .. ...4. l/ .... .- for throat and lung trou- I 22 U2 a 315 OT.Starr.Mereer & 408 I.ZQ 1.38 1.11
::1. 'ho..... S .*. *named tad these shall bas judfij; i I l--; --e .Nr.6aDd.... ". :! ---Lv. 9 41 n In 603 p mli 6 25 us I 30 -.Platt.-_ 4 e5 U1 9.35 .OS
bles. Guaranteed by Barclay & 834 l.OC
*rt wUtUOU appointed by the Carne ; Lancuter. 356 LOS U6 8.50
..tW .*&***I y U e Senate_ho ahall baa: u At je'At-__ _. ..._.W ...._. .H_ __'H.Lv. t 36 a In 150 p mLr. Groover, druggists. Price '50c' and Ar 8 39 Ar 2.00 L Ar.,. S 110 40 Dowline Park_. L' 648 LT 5.00 L,9.18 Lt 8.40

..... .. I Ib tapwa 0sd whoM alaJ'J ball be\\II .., ...,.. ... .?;Wdmaxt .-._,",_...-Ar. --:--. Lv 8 45 LY US 4 Arl: 39 Ar 4.55 Ar 1.10 Ar 8.12
.............doI1ara a u.r. pa'Ib1tuaot lf -c. ',' 43- .: i' $1.00. Trial bottle free. Ar U9 lb! 333 L"4.50 t.O 8.08

.Al'JJwt' *...*.*, of E.cambla, The crnniDaI mu t\ ;V, An_... Lurav! L- --':... .._. :(, 850 Lv 4.50 ,420 '-Banff--. :SJO: ArUS 8.08
:t 12 W X14bit *.*** to*Mtabiiihed in Erambitt '-, Lv .,,. w ,,-Luraville._ ... ._. 8 62 Ar. 4 YS Mayo unction S 28 US 8.Ot
.*lW }o|>ti rt' _
Lv.140 _..
tt .... ", ie rdM herein ptVIII Ar _.;._..... ..;. _.,._. ... .; ; .P' .....,. PeWitt's Witch. Hazel Salve" is best.'. .800 a 5.00 .446 Sib Day 318 I 4040 Ar8.M ArUl
e.. ...,., ", *4 *wmr Mich trout; court of noritttmer ,V: ....Wilman6. .:...... Ar. 806 5.06 4 52 Townsend.' a 15 4.M 8.C9 7.30
.. 415 mt
5f sues court of record ud daefa !I'J II L .on t 35 a. Get DeWitt's. Good for everythinga 910 510 _- :3 I 06 U US .28
', ..... tM **UM sad receive the tmohimenti tI "' 0.6 9 Z5 5:25 5 12 Smith I 2 47 Ui 8.30 1.08
- t* f ark. *** tt.*nrmtioa of their present tens* i.N y-m Lr_.--.......-.Suwannee Rlrer_.......:-.. -.1v. t S2 ti m 4 S2 pm salve is used for including plies. t 38 5.38 Ar. S 540!7Fenho1lo1llay.._ ..._. Lv 285 4.02 8.15 6.53
kr ...... 4L The Mid coon and atWvtaive.rdttuil :t. 2.8 ,r Ar' 9 50 Ar 5.50 Perry- Lv 3.60 Lv 8.00 L'UO
i .*# **** Jurisdiction of allerimiM .1 J Lr..".,........._ w _.Nonrood.._ .__.,..,;.......Lv.. 8 211 a II' 41m. Sold by City Pharmacy. Arl03O: Ar 630 Ar CSS Hampton Sp'.. L"Z05' hUO bUG LvU
M i.. arise
IS* ...4
..... .** DM Circuit Court and Circuit Judgt rf itr L'"'''''' .........._)( .__. .", --- MAYO and ALTON

...... ... ,....+....sod UCMJM Maturf original aa the circuit Juriidirtjoa court nJ oil J e* :r--: :, --. ....... ..'..,.. .Al2wn. .'.._....:.__.T.r..Ar.Ary _.:: ... -.Lv.Alton. :. O '

95ett fIf.ald roanty.and the AIM pewsirra..1 Y. ." .- ....___..=:.Ar. ATLANTIC I1 COAST ij f lI LINE[ pualFrt. I hit. Pass 8Si
wandamua. Injunction. Out 4 .' U.Ar. Flt and and Pass Passenger STATIONS --and- Fn' a d PL"IJe".nr

t 4wttvtat; ...W oa.babeai corpus udMee -. ...;...:.._........._....1Ia.,0...., __...............?......Lv.t No.. 1 No 9 No U. NO.II I 10-1 I Na 14
10. .... tat: Led ary to the complete u< Daily ex Sun. Daily_ex. Sun Sunday Only Daily ex Sun. Daily fOX Sunday_. Only!
[$ UoBai the circuit court wl 111'11 ._...... __Maya_.-...-.__ .Ar. 910 a m a 45 pmt
,,' 6 t titIt 1.5 ROUND TRIP A.. H. P. H. P. H. K.sun.I .
.f aid witfcmH A
? laeuamona county and except empanel the a power grad te. i'11''R"p 1v.- __: 1 ._..._..__._.... At. 80 a rn S 25 p m.S.1tRosd Leave Leave Leave Mite u
} 9." .30 5.10 Do.lin&Park 3.30
.. I
.. tennttiwH
i. to> well 42.. ,There.*... shall be aU UI'II I''-......_.... --.-_.._Lr. 851am S 15 pmt !l10 4040 .22 Mayo Junction 'l.58 3.20 I 8.44
'. i..*..* U. There shall be for nil tae __.. 8,11.J ExcursionFROM Rates 9.23 4.53 5.30& Clark UO I US
:U.. '1 ., who shall be appoint t I v..;:...--.-........ .Aekold. .- ......._ ...;.....Lv. 140 am t 43 pm 1.38 5.03 504-1 I Peterson '1.35 S.OO' 8.23I
Est 10.00 5.30 a 656 Mayo I a 2.48 611
2.0t ILV'
rt'tfaAmrJ**f9f ft ; I*I te. >aaiMiMhu and. office conftrmed for four by yearn tile SeIIaIt Bs.pear..bsll a 1&1' j t-.,,.A.. .. "' :Charlton.....__._.... 8 33 a m 2 35 pm Ar 10'10 Ar 5.40 Ar 6.02 Alton Lv 1.00 (fLv 2.38 8.00

-Ct .....' I Ih &U axed by Raw.avr.bu' .' 110 I 3.t .' J.CKSOX'ILLE.$3S.4ollot Regular stop. Connection mode at Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak.and Perry
44. AU otTeiuea triable la i II J II Ly I. ",?... .__.Keene. .__' _:"'_" .Lv. 8 23 a m Z 20 pm For information u to connections with other linen 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent
tt _III'... upon informntton5bdrtb -t. -, I S.O Springs Ark. sale 'phone 147.Lewin Building Live Oak.
M ''' 'La....._ FenhuUowq.w. .., .. .,...L'. 81Sarn 10pm on
::a <9- Q p .. -- .V V THOMAS DOWLING. President R. P. HOPKINS. General Passenger \
hs.d Jury *l the circuit court for acid 1: U'j daily; limit ninety days.
'E sLIt .RUt..ctillttl tau Mdrt tot any offense triabie in U* 111'11,1,1., .. .. ..u.. .. .Demnark _._......_._.Lv. 808 amI S5 pm .. ,
.1 ...... Upon the finding of suck iKiva r i uit $17.65-MeniPhis, Tenn., on sale October -- --

*...enema udn shall commit or bail die $'' .",!, ............... .._.Perry___......_ .-LV. 800 a m 120 p 11\
t .. t. trtkllitUrourt I .f record which trill'. "jAr. 15. 16. 17. 18: limit
''If lea sgea Wvracstboa.lase. -" October
31. Extension November
,;- 4V The clerk of saM court iWbr SEABOARDAir
,eirt4s4 Idle elector* of Escambia tou If ).fdCtibaTekphooeStatiot! ((0 Flag Station. (r) Register (s) Regular Stop (a) 30.$10.35At1anta .

SAW .....4 attire for four years and his taut ?*ia8 T. P, ALSTON. Superintendent.
Mrs eUM U tint ii y law. Theiberiff ul HHrna.G.wr.l Pawnger Agent Ga., on sale Oct.
bra aauaty thall be the executive o&afcfrt.
.".... riff .kia dutiea and fee ahall be M* ober 9, 10; limit October 20. Line RailwayFor
.WtM 41 The aame rule of proc"" T.- Extension to October 30.
Mr44 KtcH obtain in the circuit court KjMNMytkaUbliUlainthe
.. court of retail.*

; ....... criminal court of reeoA' *" .LANTIC COAST LINE $10.35-Atlanta, Ga., on sale October Savannah, Columbia Camden, Southern Pines, .Raleigh
'".n .... 't*Mket air providwi herein. ahaU appU*} 19, 20, 21. 22; limit
mod the record.
..I:::-oft t:: ew be h4 court from the of court of record..V< ',..... V leaving Atlanta October 30. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
< .. er. hd....n"another county for the .. ,
bud M4r Ute lawa providing for -- Extension to November 15. .

-F tl:=! I *limo*.**tram***the ct circuit another court county.of one The 001I.11'1 lorida, Georgia, Alabama, $10.85-Atlanta, Ga., on sale October Three Elegant Trains Daily
: circuit
M bte 4acmion. order the 12. 17 limit October
....... couity or 0' allY ather cUUOw : ;
.. i.. *> MOT Unna or tort!of teJ1III... hliaJ North Carolina and 23.
.... rfN OT.. A ny civil causa in the court r"to
toy. KM before a referee or in ass*3efthe ttVir $13.20-Btanlnghanit Ala., on sale SEABOARD EXPRESS
pw4Srst.a judge of the court of
cost M uP : South Carolina. October 14 15 limit leav-
b.t W UM by s judge ad litem or ; SEABOARD MAIL
; ._ '
"" NMe4 Ekcambta
ass to tke circuit court of .
ing Birmingham October 21.
tL ,.II'" I 4 Mf MliOT scanty in the same nor
"" ... I ta. le .... tame provisions ai IIWeJ1I! Extension to November 21.
II I."w..Im t o.lrcai4 court of Eaamofbilt>> MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.The .

9.rlaea n. t.... Supreme ( Great fromHasi $ 7.70-Macon, Ga., on sale November -
ClJlllIl..oil. JThe of Travel
.".. pi I ds kw i.....eUate jurisdiction in aD of Highway SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pullman .
.;.. .tttt-.-. >arivinatinir in the court f 11 to 17, inclusive;
-.f.... I.*.*ea.a< of conviction i of felon ta I, Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonvilleand
limit November
ti. of Ettam1"1"
s*.4*ban. IM n!appellate eireuit! court jurisdiction 1 aD ro west Norm South New York via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine

"- ......, hi!** 1..tried talks of M- 4 $1155-Mont8mer7t Ala., on sale 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily including Sundays.

... -." JofI4 '...* .*rtU"error prosecutedfrostibad Court j October 20. 22, 23, 24. 25. : .
.. ;.,. S. M-. .htKr to the Supreme | a itt ;
c**dirt in tMOrdee.edtg 26 limit October 29. ,
,..: hU U prosecuted ; .
/ ..., u the tame rub* *** TO THE EAST THE FAMOUSRIDflANDWEST ONLY LINE :
---.I" "*" ..t... ... Jn... the Circuit Court to $25.50-St. Louis, Mo., on sale October "s
....... O through from Jacksonville to New Orleans.
Operating daily
... .. ort.h. LIMITED 14, 15; limit leavingSt.
6i.; .. ,...... /h-- ; INDIA Louis October 20. Extension Forjfull iHfurumtlon nn1 .Mpr rescivatlfiiscall
,1'4' ..a AaTlcLS Xxx1IlM |SjMS. on 1I.nftt'f" of Seaboard or writeS.
; fAtti( <11 to October 30. .
,;.j #"!* 51 tin no..ko..nowlnll Jlutioa of amendment the Stale of to Filethi. P NEW YORK EXPRESS. C. BOYLSTON, JR.,

:. n-. hereby, agreed to and ah+11 lit $32.80-Buffalo, X. Y., oa sale Oct. Assistant General Passenger Agent.

*"- .W w ii. I.don of the 3t5te d !,t ober 10, 11, 12; limit leaving J JACKSONVILLE E.FLA.
M, ___ rhr1
Oral .I.1909 few ratification tQl&
y. 4"pf5igit / L Klther: branch of the Buffalo October 19. .
*; -.M-- MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE fLY i -- O ..F" -- ....
.1 .. I! 9 r ieks iue thereof. may Fm.iie 71Ql f "J,
s. to tKia Cenatitution; and if thtJellIf' $17.55-Gulfport, Miss., oa sale November Voting Contest. ,- ;;
aav Mow'taas .. N tkree-nfthe of all tilt mtmu [ -

u", ,hr fist. 1M ..... Mptosobwtd..a.>.oa.. .uth their respective't 5", ,)II;: ER" VIA ATLANTA.AND ber 28.12, 13; limit Novem- Mississippi Suffer From Storm. The result of the voting contest \

e If.! Batas t..m sad toe and shall be Puwanew at the Florida Book & Supply Company -

'+.wmttea. .... .. ....-. IK h each. month county janme.iiate'where a pox" -rr" e: $19.60-Xew Orleans, La., on sale;Meridian Miss., Oct. 1.Delayed at close of business Saturday

1 ""' .... ..III.I .;.-h.....! hard MM election of be RtP tU4" L: RS' THROUGH COACHES ,ON AlLTRAINS.: ; ormation brings advices this aftern night was as follows;

.. .w.alto... ..*..k w tWlMi.l lie State the aame, approval shall voting"PO.'v**S+t iMJwKy -.. :.' L Line mileage books, good to all points, via al.October: of great havoc wrought in and Miss Mamie McAlpin . . .982
h .. el the elector* t.., rv .ember 30. und that section and south Missispi -
-. .1W I.NI twat' a4 MKk etection hall a.lopolt l EaSt as Washington and far West as St. Louis, Miss Sue Hemming .4. 919
UIt ......... MM. shall beanie a ihIbt.J" bq : as by the storm. It is estimated
'f_ .. aanendmeatJ Excursion rates to other points. . . .451
atopoiiwi' oa'.. N Miss Isla Brown
J 4 e ,le eeabk tb.eetOI'I) to""' Orleans; rates $25,00. It fifty per cent of the yellow pine

"S 4a. .... tat ....e.rauly.sytlAB3Si@pS AU ame 1 tJ" Limits schedules Pullman ac- 'I ber has been destroyed and it isjed
--"1- buse" so a.fa..Lra1 tbe.ssr4w a'I by wph tM electors this ia are h bit dO ,,:. 'h 'CONSULT: THE PURPLE fOLDER.Wfull commodations and all detailed Information that many lives have been lost able stage of destruction but no estimate

part d u.. c-.UlutioD tl'Olq the r. to above and other the damage nor 1 :'
points woods. All orchards is placed on
1 turpentine
.. .. the _
t ...II 1 Pullman
information rates reserva
io.i ........ .. 1b. uetumpliuie.willa idt r cheerfully given on application eitherin d, and the loss is estimated mention made of fatalities.

.i .... ,..... ;.,.. es,' call on your nearest ticket agent, or write, person or by mail to several millions of dollars. The new opera house was destroyed -

_; t+Ir tve.etts- N, Dist Pass Agent 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Flav.Pise of buildings unroofV I -
... pro.;. ... Trt FRANK C. BOYLSTON n Hattiesbnrg alone the loss isred and
I 'fesiasjtess. of,.. ; t ': Agent, 138 W Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. at 1000000. Gulfport and ed and otherwise damaged. The

tl+ tone.4N weoe NtWtiiMiv .ucor. I iffJS_ge.J....4.\f ? Traffic Manager General'Offices, Wilmington, K, Ch District Passenger Agent, tCw In darkness ; -t/ta :
kN and amud the : \ anton are.. reported as in a deplor- ._ !
W. Bay StreetJacDoaTuIe. > "
j --. .-=,l IL I.1 >a.. eI Flortd at J. ?' <'?*sa; Agent. General Offices Wilmington; N. C. 138 Fla. ""
till "
r Uuiia LWt .ra' .
... ,,; n't I
ti! __ 'ICcLATV
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t I n 'I -r
'd."aJCllJSON.Sherif.SU ., .

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...... _..... '.';1 ......101( -: 'fl' ', :; : ':":_'! ',.'.: ",_""; 'n'.:_"""' '''''' "' -,.

8 .UVJI''' .. ,. OK.. rDAlLY- DJ IOO.R.\T.. 'FRIDAY- = SEPPTlil. IRRJn.---;,-'tIN.._.;. :; or;:'.< -. ,.-:..... .' -
t" ., -, ',' ,. ." .,', ,,' -
.. ; .1. : t .J '. : .
+ "to .- ; +. ++.++ . .. .+;+++ .,. n
++++. .- _. + + + + + ++ + + + t ..,
frf w '
frt I i '1:1J': :

** For $150 I will give you the combined:(course'\ Okk .' pIiy.. '.

+ .board dIW -! \lt'for six months '.
ing), pay your \ '
t MONEY i SAVED IS MONEY MADE .Or, for $88, Twill give you a'complete {Smrse {four mop! js) in _ ingW'. .

old addage and a very true : or Stenography and Itypewriting(! pay: your boarjl and_room-rend v : :

t one, too. nyonet says,our great financier JM: '" l'If t ; : < .! J iDIEKS'
+ "can'make money,"' but the amount / for only $100. < l\ 5 TIr

you make will depend entirely! upon your : you want tuition alone;I will give yolxa: Life:Scholarshiplfpr: f5Qti! Pr I .

qualifications. A day laborer make ..... -'
can .
;;: ft'f\t...
from $1.25 to $1,50 a, day, while a book- I"have traned'thousandS! of young men'and; women :for clerciaj work, and ; : L tO.

keeper or stenographer can make from $15 ,, positions. I will do the same for you if you place yourself under our instruction Ji1u= A. ,.iK:'" ,

to $25 a week. I propose to give you a ,, t'' "-
"""ro -'-- "'- 'r-- t
training that commands a good salary, and I : SOUTHERN BUSINESS ..i'f. .iI IA''' tG' \ "

also propose to save you money in getting it. .
and Conner Street .FLA.
Corner Ohio Avenue '" th I' ?

Get our Illustrated Catalogue. L. M. -ii:rIE PI D. ITIaIlS tfiI '''"I.:

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;>-, .,... i...... -... .,.

+++++ 4 +++++ + ++}.++ ++++-++++++++++++.+.++ + + ... + + + + + ", f5)1oW bhti I ;;; ;;-" ". --

...- ;( ". "
:}ice E1 i sr
walling reply you can remember Sally of the eating to,Cuba Od. I t"
-Urn!" said the other. "I didn't know house, that's all I ask. Yon couldn't = > i'I

tg"SALLY: \ but that you'd been sally enough to pull me up, and I'm the last one who'd -- m

ofOURS" think of love. Well. drop a little pep want to drag you down. We'll shake' Waterman Sept So.-\Je. hl J
into tooth and then we'll hands,'and and"
permint your .
to.ard ....
gn to work and: clear up these dishes." ,And when he went away next morning Gillette Razors are mome .
.* *.
'Whew two, months ,had, gone by the to be seen no'more at Pine Hill,. 11 of the tome *:
return of the prospectors; was looked she had her head on the kitchen table Kodaks Va.. fot thtbptt ... HfL Itl '!:
for daily Winter threatened to set In again and was weeplngliarder than be- of. the Ant .,.,.i'
By CLAUDE PAMARESith early. The days went by and the snows fore. >-"' VW Cuba .IH **. ....
s :* ': to t
came and the men did not return. 'til TIuyIer s" P i l
Diamond, Cat ,Diamond. ; York ud Talipi !
Pi.right'n.os; 'by; 3cnl1tV'P1tanp.t CAt : 'Octe-milng-whea the first Wtezard of (
Question for societies: at the
. . I . . . ,'p the fldl l season Jack lawful was howling: around Pine In;! When a life Insurance debating agent tackles a Victor t / Talking J : ch moved tar, eatrt# = :i ,4 s4
-railroad eating house U.ri He was t /p1I'f"pme,erland be? vat .S4 book canvasser will th 'canvasser get : k. ; --r' today Ukaw **** m .. t .

Hill they called her "Our: Salty" and knocked about and exhausted: that it his life Insured or will he ,sell a ; ', and that fc* ..... t --

"Sally of Ours. Tine IJm\ w,u.4 gull! \was, twen y- ocn ours before they gota book?Somerville Journal. : ( Suwannee 4 t o tat down the .. :t

r station at the foot of 'the ;'mountains, statement from him. The: prospectorshad Its O ly' l'.e. 11mga 1$: 11 .:
had poor luck% and had delayed until \6 1 1 1'precauti01W1 -
and the eating house was for ,the cons First Small Boy-I wish 1 had that 5 !iji aAtL
venlence of,the freight train crews and the last moment In hope of betteringIt cents back 1 spent forcandy. Second SZSZS'SZS ,lSZ : riettatt Ik. 1 _
'I1ie\l'ame an unlooked'for"ealam; : ;
the few mechanics kept In the shop ity "Gentleman George"had been taken Small Boy-What would you do with' c a14. PIh' mn...*J4

there to make repairs. It'was Mother ill. and within! thirty-six hours he developed Itl First Small Boy-Buy more candy. 41sed. M troth ** tfii tigrill a

Walker who kept the Eagle Eating I : a case of smallpox.! .. 1d $ anticipate Ht ft j teei

House but It was "Sally: of Ours" who ".\nd you left him there to die aloue! Baldneu. .W1tk- ,wuluitooaeTelt
got most of the credit. She was a demanded Sally: "Of: course" Dot-Father, why do men get bald hurried pt'11

young woman of twenty-eight, rough\ "We had no food, no medicines.. And sooner than women? Father-Because g'radt; f tit tin .......,
they don't their hair
and uncultured rand by no means goo? what could I do?"' he asked wear so long. -"wu art tl f ...'

looking, but considerate and kind heart. "Shame on you forever! In twenty.. I Caba ,.* ae
four lours the blizzard will have FEAR A DROP IN PRICES.
ed to a degree.. In a way, all the boys, passed. I SUWANNEE American troops .** Wit *
What then? I ask you. Jack Ruth-
came to( know that she had seen trouble ven and I ask vvery other man present *, Hanna :ut t4fd1J'Ee 9*

and they were cartful not to la- here-what then?" Naval:Stores Operators. Are On The the marloei; t&dfci ....... be4tex*

dulge In remarks to hurt her feelings. No one answered her. The partner Watch, I Bread Cake ( 'lihericai 1m l. ..
It wan always "Our Sally" who bound had said the distance: was at least: thirty ,,- will protect Amritt !.. = Ilia G
up their hurts' or was! ready with a miles to the rude shanty they had I. Operators who have visited Jacksonville ml support Secretary Tft -tit as .a

f remedy at the 1 first sIgn of mountain made headquarters, and ,there would be i this week express'some fear Cakes made special to dtional Q Iqrerjaor of Ceba .Inrvation -
a foot and a half of snow on the ground I II
fever.It "of effort of of order 'M't'
an on the part speculatorsto
was a little community seldom; ,I and zero weather after the passing Specialty.. At the. old.
1 blizzard. No man felt that he had one control the prices'of the lower D. of life and prop ty.
added to( or detracted from, and it wan chance In twenty of reaching the sick' grades of rosin and to beat them the Court House.

c quite an event when one day .a. new man. clQ'l\, .__ __ ._..,_ "co. Clegg ,F .tU&n., Eli RThI
freight brakeman appeared among; '"And what then?" asked the'woman The shaving season is now on, and > -- 14
them. lIe was a man of thirty and it again. There was the same silence'and : f .'adwfi
from now: .the;close;of the, present r, "9t #
was at once apparent that he ,was out bhaking of heads as before, 4 oi Ctilld _
are iii life kftd
season ,there, \Itq |be: nothing
of lUa! "element" lehad the" bearing 1 Next morning, an hour after daylight .
but lower grades manufactured, or. Loses ffis Own Watt IN ":
and speech of a gentleman., Mother Walker found the young woman .
hour of the of his bundle at least, most,.of the. rosin made will ;
Within an arrival making up a and putting : Pharmacy'I tbtarsla Bight, Wm. Ptrtt .
train the new hand was! nicknamed "Gentleman George,"aud no one at Pine "What h Itr she asked. I claim ,that they have}scented* an, effort r t and instantly killed VT WUs
Hill ever learned that he had any other "1 am goiug after George," was the to rn4" the prices\ x>f these, grad'esdown' ) ova home ........
name He dropped into his place quiet reply untfl'the; goods are" l In ''the
among the rest, was in time called a "What! Thirty miles: through weather hands of the-exporters 4 been impossible to get a Ml. L.i.' alt

; good fellow, and things went on as be-, like thIs!" Already there have been confer- ... I of the killing, but from wW I heel -
t fore I "There is no man here, and so I am learn Parker went hoes 6- ..
ences' here between some of'the factors i-1 .a
:lot exactly, however-not( with "saily : i forced to go myself. It will be no use I lIght under the tDftHMI"I ... .
and who have {- .
operators come to I I *-
of Ours"" Every man of the crowd I It to argue. If he is alive I will bring; /I IVI T. and half crazed bj 4ftok.
was in the habit of speaking to her J him back. Sry' nothing to the boys Ruth Jacksonville for this purpose and New Goods tend to take the ltte of .** I", :t, ?

1 kindly, but there was something bet 1 am gone Then have them, fit up a the indications are. that if there is ea One of his boys lee*. :.......' O'eti4'
yond that In the 'attitude the new wftim room In one of ,the sheds., Yon to be any further drop, the operators sea the ;r.r.. "" ....
father turned
i man. In a dim way she realized that can get one of the Indian boys to bring will be called for a conferenceand maltod |.t|. *- :
' he was above them In birth and social ua food, and the operator will telegraphto to devise some plan to prevent: with knife la baud i....... .-tfi .,ctlO
standing. She had .made friends with Cedar Crest for the doctor" ,reduced prices.-Savannah :Morning THE BON. awthla,throat The bar M- tit5,5

I the ordinary trainmen as an equal, but ,"Sally of Ours' was gave: before the I News. to where his father' abet ... '
i she feared and respected the new man. railroad: hands kiie;v any'iirfag about; it. Ls utdiog, grabbed H aid "

t She heard H whispered thatdiiap olnt- Tho blizzard passed away .as the day ... 1 will,as never before, t he entire load taking effrH Hi cnr..igb 'tIiof .......-..
ment In love or some family tatter had grew older, but every man knew that is ..
ws .
made a wand rer.of him,.and 'that. added with that depth of snow,on the b'1'o\Ilttl t MELLOW MISTS OF AUTUMN IN ::1 t "- :the Prevailing 1 ,. breast, killlnj boa. Iiodcers this ..,.

t3 the romance. anl the thermometer standing\\i: below FLORIDA son therefore the at perry lam ,...... ......-
Within a month "Sally of Ours" was zero ,the wORn had set herself a were 8t41.e
i in love with 'Gentleman'George," but tremendous task Even if she succeeded (;j ; : ed,to call-Too ; otIffe d. of the kllllae a 4Inquwt shasz laic s ...

not for worlds, would, sht1 have given in reaching l the,spot, she would find j eoroner'1 was ....... ; ..
t (Continued from first ) .. ..
her secret away For i a' 'woman who the sick: man: dead.! page. I! /l l'M but\ look f for future- J t ;\ e killing was found to U )w $. :a ..
had social training l ; she 'a't good Three di.l3"t passed.They were days! 'therefore It aagfi W'c'
no t 1 tumn is a, favorite; ; dissembler, and;. al.hough/some. j of'I the in which the strong and sturdy men J I i I vorite word with me. It has -in it! School Par\er way veil k.... it .Ht 1 i,, .
boys! winked and notlded at'times, none tftluty tried to make themselves believe Bags .for ( ; eountJ. N.?" -. -ft
I' a Mississippi' of melody for me, espec- : and when sober ..* e
of them knew the depth of her feeling. that no shame had come to them !:. f hJlOrable fj"<-- k-
ially after the quivering heats ofsummer citizen but vWft
Only once durmg\be.e'lgtitiu nthslhe'inew JiJ" (tr i iqs H tonn' rvsc-uhig; party, i' v* 4... s '
}I .man was on the road was her se- but they ,ate their! meals and went I ,. .have; ',.been, "drawn. out-- tothe, 1.1 tneitcep', Mi e.r, wee ee.. .. .. ..
ffafgeroua 14's
"cret in danger That 'was when.awitrh a I about their work without consolation. I II last limit. There are words you ''' II s" man.
I' : .,..
was thrown and a dozen freightcars : An'ipur.after nightfall of the third ; know which have in them the careless -! -

were piled in a heap; ,She actually I I day, "Sally of Pun*" appeared. SlwI shallows,or tragic deeps\ of life- t :'IS'i"@I: 'W' ; ;i 'hn 1 nt '}r: -. .*-

1e4 the.rescuing party, and it was her I: had' a burden on Ler broad back. When words that have ''in them either I' I ''it : -i--.L:. f I 7ta.Be 1 '...
hands I helped to( dig out "Gentle- I i her hello was heard she was directed I I fi ,,. ......'
laughter or tears, mornings or mid = Work of
man GeSge" from the wreck and j i to the roam, prepared. Thence ou forrl.ntr ,night, dynamite or dewdrops. But 1 7I'ilJI 1.'WOfDa.n e?....... .
when it was found that he was badly | days neither the woman nor ...,- ,limited. ,I '....
all 'the books there few words
IIn I are
bruised the other tears in her i tr: patient Each j ;
men saw : wu seen. lUDruing; ; Tarmor& who ..
liven r..., tryi
that have for the attractions of
me i -
she would! call out the coudithn of the 'lid
eyes. I i I .. the i....
m1sfrigo@ ..t'
Two mouths after the accident the sick: man ami each night: would !slip ,the word Autumn, Hail! Golden Season aM too Mee
victim of tha wreck took a partner and oat to the coal pile and secure fuel for of the year, I greet you! Thrice THE dtt Ita content by 1M ....... a

set off among the mountains on a prospecting the next day. welcome art thou! The fire started a M114 '4. ,
trip. 1 At the end of three weeks the roam\I The Idea of a Cough' -- - !,'dark, tot shot u. I"i: .....
'I I -i Syrup that will .
io art tbeltro: off With fare- was thrown open_ one morning, the the bowels,and thus assist in act 'I ;: otvoala and &age. gt. "iyrr .t .mass
r expelling colds .,;. 'd Itse\f\ .. ... .
Wall( the Is a hitiirhl '
system new and :
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I and .* -
I cures are constipating especially those .. eonsidegNtetoyo '"

To the boy or girl who forms the most words out of ing Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey # The ION ate- III> J .11<" .
The Florida Book Supply Co., has j Tar moves the bowels contains no ,-i There ran w 1.. tt....

"Black Cat," using each letter only the number, of time just received nice lime of Wall Paper f ,.f he Vila supposed see .' .
j i LAXATIVE a l1uro rolaa rte i it .,
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1 -
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praise meter.
f i children's of Leon,. of kF i- .
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