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:
October 1, 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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l8ANI'DEft This Town Section Suffered. From the The Policy King Ends His Life In Fit
1 Great Hurricane. ,
Of Despondency;
1 Milton, Fla., Oct. 1,-Milton was (By private wire E. A. Crawford &

t, UVt: OAK. ru. r"f'- : greatly damaged by .the 'hurricane, : Co.) ,

UATlONs'i the'velocity ot'the wind'-at times being FUNSTON IS IN COMMAND New York Oct. l.--Albert J.

1.l M. HATTON, 'Pre i ); frightful. ,Trees, ,houses and Adams familiarly known throughoutthe EX-GOVERNOR CAUSES THE

., fences were destroyed In all parts of country as MAl" Adams the

+....+++.4--}+ C'i' .' the town. The water from the river Of the Troops-Beckman, Wlnthrop "Policy King," and the silent backerof .
...i %. ForcesExpeditionary backed1' up into the stores, on, the the 'flrm of M. J.. Sage & Co.,
Mobilizing Governor of Porto Rico Arrest
.to I -7,000 of Editor Alex. St, Clai-
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'-'-:--;- M principal street, badly damaging Needed At Once brokers which, went to ,the wall on of .
I Troops Abrams Tavares and A; KV
Oct.,1 stocks ,of goods., C. Clark lost his August 92nd last, committed suicide
of '
Y I Cab.. .. Taylor Jacksonville
',,.L- entire stock. The store of Chaffiq & here this morning-Despondency over

''''f- Co.,1: wasfilled with, water. on. a level Havana, Sept, 30,-Gov. Taft proceeded financial difficulties! ia.,supposed to :f. '

an Fountain Pens J ",,, Sept. SB.-.Americaa' with,the cpunters .(J" T, ,Williams I J to the palace at noon yesterday have, 'been the cause of the sudden '(Jacksonville Times-Union..f h'
Company was damaged to the extentof and took over the 'governmentof deed. I "i > .
I'.tte: Rtaors and Blades I .ire', moving toward Cuba, $5,000, the stock being ruined. Cuba. The act 'was not accom- Before, Justice: I,,L., Farris, yesterday
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'II panied by formal ceremonyor ANOTHER STORM COMING.: ;
any morning former Governor W, s.
r.odftki Brownie ,Came'Haier' : Yt for the most part.will .r :SHERIFF HAS J:;tEXPERIEXCE. j public demonstration,
rd ilia' first.expedh.W .. Jennings,filed a suit for criminal libel'aafnst
--' During, the morning, Brig, Gen, Reported by Jesuits, Who Furnished :
Candies* 1 Cuba: be sent Pigs Negro Tbiei'OUt"From Under Funston conferred with Mr, Taft regarding Information of Recent Storm. 'Alfred SU, Clair', ,Abrams" "of.

_ [iaa lit Tampa the departments, Fla. ( l :Ware Honse,1;;: ; the location of the camps" for w t hlJ) 1 ':ih f Yl8 th', vareSi and, A, K, Taylor,. of3Jack:
h l the first division -of the American sonville.
.E aii 1t qldS\ jfsbBjeijt,!of, 'jtha ,, 'Sheriff JH.;, .R" kerson..who is always -! F'nasfannounced\ha another
..ka, i 1 ts47 indicate that all on the alert to catch the violators troops to be' landed here. The-Bites "tropical.disturbance"reported; as The, charge)of criminal libel .. is

: ;'i.ud. I that the Insur- :l of the law had a new experi- have not yet been" selected. Funston: approaching the Yucatan channel from based:upon an article which appearedin
will command'all the troops in Cuba;
nice Drug -'ley down their,arj s. ence this moraine? A negro> stole the east, but -that there was no information the Tavares Herald, September '
Compa] 4*ii fi**hied Statesi !twat:aaolwrffleg4 aille Pa> it Wl.0': which\ will number about 1,000, available as to the Inten-i 24, together with a cartoon which

Ili j,1ai d amdd@.Kgad escapejojjvewWe Pt5. sity of the storm. former Governor .Jennings alleges la
,, ; Havana, Sept. 39. ov"Taftdlas,
.' :', ., t ymeaaure.sobpd ,the sheriff got on his track, I Its approach was reported to the false, maUetous and 'scandalous criminal -
government gadgajq hP.1 .,1Jrel Iase most all nominated Beckman "Wiatbrop',governor :-! bureau\p. H'\I! Collegf of .Jesuits libel. '
1 a. of Porto Rico for the provla- !
.ao'tronWe of* f ffti 6f last night, but the negro succeededIn. at Havana, the same source from The cartoon which covered' the up-

anticipated; but in keeping out of his' way, Thla' tonal governorship here, recommending which'trie) warming ""of : the 'recent per half of the front page'on the Ta-

_ -. tiiMtructioaa. :from mornluiS11ei1N.Rigke rIQ .J .at d his to the Cubans Mr. Wlthrop'especial I Gulf hri nicaI tHirst emanated. vares Herald pictures Governor
_ fitness for' the Mr
iL ywvv 4.v my It hurried prepara- man under the Suwannee Hardware "position. 1 Jennings in tattered"clothing speaking '

"'" the sending Cq/a sf w afehouse,a H, m e1rarl: us Taft'says that as long as the. provisional I Mrs, .Frank,, reij and. ,< 1W ldren, before the' Legislature' of,'IS99,

et the JWwhich tf. totfarce 1 him*Ito'-C9p1.e' out, government continues 4 it will who a.'l. been, visiting at Hampton with the speaker 'in his box saying:

AI NEE IAKERI "Bad no ectvn )!rP'NI"el1nd be under his supervision aai 4 secretary Springs for several. weeks: returned "As you are a good' old straightout
of '
troops will be as there was no other way to gte war. 1 home ""Saturday afternoon: ', and'put live worked it to let you. off for.

''bJp-1 a&jfch 1 ,rjlff and his deputies Mr. Frank, Esq., out of the light ,ooo." : :
Six Thousand )lent
i marines and bluejac- hair t'o arm tnemselves with spades housekeeptpglbusiness. -Th43had: a The audience is. ;pictured saying:

imi Cafe ties, Etc. hnerIea fleet In Cull aid IdILlhipidut, ;.)(@i lyvas;dop Washington, Sept. 30. -The war deligtyfuj\ jdme'A Pt4 wpre }flue\ Im- "You'are: poor-the, poorest specimen
I protect American tnspit Sheriff Rickerson recovered about department tonight received from proved by the outing. 'Hampton of'a man l'have'ever seen"

[" Secretary Taft, half of the money and thinks he President'Roosevelt instructions to Springs Is a splendid place for a'\ season The cartoon pictures' vernor Jennings

:.&t ;|Mjf4tl! to. order. Cream Bread 1 16rorjor.ofCuhaInof knows, where! the[ f.n, put his.handqontbe send 7,000 troops. to Cub' immediately. of'test and 'it' Is wlnt'more with his face'. toward, the' audience -

order alth\ ,Balance. i .. popular'every.'yeari' >'f \ I labeled "Sherman Jennings,",
At the 4J JUckct Store in front ICtef '- .,_ ._ _
t We and property; '., I { ". ',I '; .' .,.,. ana saying: "Gentlemen, i nave warned u

tt= and 'from Brooks nfe' to exhibit my,
g Knowles Prod; :
personal, to which
hq tll FURTHER-,-DETAILS PENSACQUrSTORMVYater appearance you
1o : speaks pityingly: my 'poverty.I'

: (.U Father ., 4:1': 11 am hungry,'t footsore,;,shoeless and
s oil-thiidnd 1 I ragged,"and task, .relief'.. ,from-, defaulter -
'l{, ..LJ =_ ..... Front Scene- ": of"Ruin and Disaster e Work of .Years, Representing Collinjpbond;which \, : .ion for
... ., $6,0004pity- :gentlem
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-A.c:: :: ,._fghtlVQm.Parkeb g,north;} of jP.rf j', $ ". Millions"plf'Vollars.. .11... Jl all Demolished. by the Terrible, ,Wind, very poor.' : 't:1/1.'c

mtanulmed"by his .. Grounds,for. Suit. 9'.!
8"wo home. (Pensacola, 1oun: lf:} The Damage Estimated From $2,000sooo : 'est portion are 'either, ashore, '.or are -> H *

LLINERY .'TI:-Impossible+ -to get a full' Like an avalanche-like a sudden $4,000,000.. "I badly damaged from contact; 'with pie-ln
wharves and the various wreckagethat '
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dUing, but from what No estimate of the arm'chair labeled _.
Barker' blow from a mailed hand-as irresistible satisfactory formed apart of the great dis an : "exGovernorSherman .
went home Sat- '
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--- = t f; pallet'the influence \ as' Fate, and as inexorable! asthe damage of this great disaster at aster. A few of these, vessels were 'Jennings". -with: papers -)S C
....1 half" of Powers of Evil themselves-the Pensacola can be made. Some plac- anchored far out'in"the bay and these projecting" ,from his coat pocket label (ff ,

'MIs I] sari ito' crazed by drink hurricane that swept Pensacola Wed ed it at $2,000,000. Others believed are presumed to be safe, but they d 115,000 bank ,check"-and he e> '
Stylish and Tasty take,, the life. _. of, one follows; Cont
.?-.'One< of bls' 'boys Inter-u nesday night and Thursday morning, it would run ,to $4,000,000. Probably : constituted only a small part of the reading the -- $30,000

1 '?',the fitter ,turned upontniff fell upon the city with an all-compel the latter figure is more nearly total shipping in the harbor solidated Naval Stores in another '- ....

,! f ling force, and fury. that,no man could correct. Whatever it is, no one can name.'t A picture labeled "Cousin j I
BON-TON( i < tk throat hand threat- withKJ.tnd understand.' ever definitely estimate it. No one Number of Head At PensacOla and I I Bill" is hanging on the wall saying '"
11ft" The boy 'rek I .
1 "May be minister to, the Court of St. C -. .
the damage which .
here Us In: the teeth of the tremendous gale can ever compute Mobile. ,"")
L father's shot James," and ex-Governor Jennings I ...
that poured its Titanic strength the work' of years along the waterfront
""- fitoiS- grabbed it and Pensacola Sept. 30.-The loss' of saying: "I not be able to fool W ,
ttry to show up im. piadre load through, these ,streets from midnight} and the enterprise and ambi- may
taking effect in
tions of "those who down to the life and the damage resulting from all the people all the time, but I've v c_
of Wednesday to after daylight go
best .
... Jl..hlons this Sea- I 1, him -
i r killing in-
of 'em
been able to fool a good
,; Thursday morning, the strongest man sea in ships" have suffered, while the hurricane which struck this city many Cf r v

- :Im t fa Ladies are 'Invit- : c i et t Perry were immedi- quailed,and,felt that .he. was:as'noh- the destruction in the business and Thursday morning is something te good 'many times The cartoon l'4..
of Nature. residence portions of the city, where lures Mr. Jennings leaning back" :..- '\
relentless .
ing in the grasp
rible to
the contemplate.
IL**TIM ly to list goods Jof killing.and that chair, resting his feet bagj ,"
w* ; e on '
: *is Inquest That gale needed only an openingto .stocks of goods business blocks, Already the list of dead has grownto l'

&r ,folnrei qtices : : ;\ I .was found'to was be JusU-held, \ do its(deadly work,of destruction.It \ fences, sidewalks, shade trees, and 26, and it is known that many t the bottom of the cartoon are" ?'.J'
'g I t rds "Before and after taking.
: .",ao< arrest was made, crept under the Ufl Roofing) oJ| ;residence properties, though much more have been lost, and many others

_ u. for the) Children!! '';. t,sad'',I a When
but- when from their fastenings, and sent them The damage to the fishing industry For two days rescuing p '.
nnilakey which the criminal
whistling and whining\ through: the alone, chief of which was sufferedby been at work, but their rtteil' upon "
was conimaa. libel proceeding Js based appearsin Jf.\
as ratnsweptt;: t ., E. E. Saunders & Co.; 'and 'the have. not gone. to any extent. \ ; : editorial
the Tavares \ t
,Herald the
It held up strong men, and shook Warren Fish Co., will probably aggregate are bodies yet' underneath the pn
C. B and is headed "A Jkandalous
W.3iI VltNy e them as a'cat'shakes1 a mouse. a third of a million-possibly of wreckage. -. page Administration. \

IL 'It caught gfeat t stock of tiaber'n| half. ;amiuton-and': the tow-boat. industry At Mobile. r. -
its mighty grasp and 'dashed them 'with the countless lighter, lboAll'dk

rr": :T: tI'm, ': ,.,:drre'sted.Rh of Incrudlary. down,}gain in wanton' 'iste.InpHled launch and small craft; ,equipment; Birmingham, Ala.,. Sept. 30.-Mobile ,: 'brams the

"f. up the waters of the great which goes, with it, will\ aggregate. ; as is still cut off from the outside ty yesterday guest at the agon,

,. : CIr IYCS lear deep; and spread them over the shore much more, world.
--- and was arrested by Constable W.
tmisfrtun9'to' until worked their will high The famous Shell Road is gone and
;} lose they The great; L.: & X. wharvesTarragona -,. H. Hernd n. A. K. Taylor: was, later
ontenU by fire among the busy haunts of men. street and Commandancia street will probably not be rebuilt..
tQlNAL arrested by Constable Herndon. They
IItalNE are Btarted'a lit- And all was grist that came to its -which have been, the pride of the Fifty-nine persons are> known to were both released without giving -... j
7 ,'!n mill. the insatiable maw have lost their lives at points near ,
# short time Engulfed by city, are, still standing, but it is be- bond. : .J I'
$= LiiI'.t and"ashes. Be- of the hurricane-which at times almost lieved that great damage has been the city, the loss being heaviest near .

I ; 4 bout a hundred seemed animated by a soul and done them by the heavy vessels which Coden. I s I, 'r 1.

i4_r 1 .t t ; bushels of cotand''considerable- inspired by a demoniac intelligence crashed into their sides. Muscogee! Voting Contest. .
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",;;:;;;t.;:* a "' !ae { -ships, smacks wreckage-the thou- wharf-the big coal ,export structureIs Mississippi Suffer From Storm, The result of the voting contest

tit ...., and S.Theloss aggre- sand: and one bits\ of the jetsam and broken in two and will require at the Florida Book & Supply Company -

r* d Woe no |nr fiotsam,, of the sea and its shores- many thousands for repair. Meridian Miss., Oct .-Delayed! at close of business Saturday
'i Paa were"again cast forth and churned information brings advices this after- follows
PPosed to night, was as :
The wharf of E. E. Saunders & Co.,
TIVE I : fare ]jugro? woman who In wild swelter of foam into an indescribable : noon of great havoc wrought in and
1 !! and the Warrea.Fish Co., are com- around that section and south Missis- Miss Mamie McAlpin . . .982
from The ,
tthIr... barn. chaos of wanton waste pletely'gone as is also the wharf of Miss Sue Hemming . .. .. .919
the storm. is estimatedthat
sippi by It
.."C eq, ergarrest and in which appeared and disappearedthe the P. A. & T. Railroad at Perdido. Miss Isla Brown . . .451
t".;, I 611 LW-c IfE frail work of mortal_ hands, fifty per cent of the yellow pine
0 and cast aside. These are the largest objects of timber has: been destroyed and it is
.. broken dismembered
z4 ""' tyYuP -c ei;; ; one ofLwDeel .. The;hurricane did all 'this-and the storm's fury along the water feared that many lives have been lost able stage'of destruction, but no esti- "
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who felt the awful front, though not a single smaller in the woods. All turpentine orchardsare mate is 'placed on the damage nor "
horses'H ? more;, and no. man '
; wharf or structure of any kind, within' ruined, and the loss is estimatedat mention made of fatalities. "
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f3in of that mysterious
P h.ctr! strength and 'power '
reach of the waves escaped. All are several millions of dollars.In The new opera house was destroyed ...
,. 1 many Live force,;, 'but felt that he was I '
l' : totally lost. Hattiesburg alone the loss is and hundreds of buildings unroofed -
-nof0. away j js as nothlng-in: .the eyes
__ w s.. 4b ** T & CO,. B1C CJ : nd theI Of'thebig"ocean! 'going vessels, placed at ,1000000. (Gulfport. and and otherwise' damaged. The"
111) __ l ank t ,.,' t\t'\ Of1, glides' w \*irjwlndt. ,directs far in deplor- towd Is,,'in darkness.r'ry ,} i f55 f/
il iKileaaozt "-,' -O, eom : <, storm. *-" t :both steam and sail, by the; great- Scranton; are reported: as a .' .. ." 4! *

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ANCE No. 52. De EDcof Ka wfe4S', 'The- "' d11IJMPH; ; : R. ._' -1 II.
mRDIN ;-- f'Soaie ten IJ tiAkr'tba tb.\.rgriJit1ea: R Refleoo4. 1 > :W ::- "Jnv" E,- .'SLztLRr.' !, t ;<
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tudinanbe to-oxide tlon[ tf.4\fl; loslty- Hhe endlfof. ;fcnowl- home ,. : to'rS .-.r-IV '"
leryl taxes'(rthe yjeaA. D.: lsa6,'J man practice for : '
love of the
the jam some ,
edgesome : '
,tOrhe City \ the tree> and)the.birk febmlbeni CONTA'QRN D4IP Ifri! ]! yYO
for purposes pleasure dispute, some the necessity .
and when the dry season Is en set fire : !iiUf --
of.OakiJlorita jmdjto,jproTlde_jot jsopportins.Jthemselvef bx thelr'knowledge '- _
"to the-teiied-tImberaat bnra'thebrandie (tII; _iT.. ::
a sinking fund and' for the annual but the real use .of all bark and qthecjrreckageVithbnt.'p'ractfcal' : 1d peClficatlonsr i 8li f. t ..
} and, bf i .
bnath6110,000.00 bonded'lndebtedneu knowledge is thiJ-that we should ded.- ; r : 4
interests to the saw
injury (
of said Cityr -.Icate.that reason jrhJcb jrajLglTeit.u? "which rocedUr&'would -disaster full t h ; of Mldiiifg -.. ':, .-,
by God to the use and advantage of togS; : ViII'assume arge ;; -. 44 '

the Be:CUy it 'ordained.Council of by thet the flaIor.itysolLive and roan T... "-",..-. Bacon.-*-'-' *.''L'. *. & *; ,-1_ I 1TfTl contains t to any resin other:or;, turpentfne wood. Redwood of anyklnifand.owing"tolta o ..nei;..earn .lets f \frij. ; ... "ac.1ttX .- ,':' lIn .... -- :
resistant -. to"
:' 'great r'lSpa1d
Oak Florida:,' t [ i i"Section l ; .ir.i l. In severe climatic conditions ins"" l 'i j';' 11" f.....1. :' .., .. ,
of qualities
i. For the purpose s e- Dealer In Antiques-Here are two
Is free from cracking or decay, where II. .. !' -
curing an equal and uniform rate of very rare revolveCustomerWhat C .
cinders !plight, lodge and start, fires -- gxltal '-- ....'
taxation and to the current ex- is thefr'hstof1! I 'OFFICE'XT'FLORIDAPHONE neat'e
pay When burning, \it_is easily extinguishedwith IoYELTX JfO" on: TI ...-- ..
i the o f Live'oaf, FlotIda "They were carried by Columbus.
pensii of City : a smail} :Quantity of water.: 'It has btoadal Ii $e
dr t .. ">' +
'for'the'ensuing lax!'year; there in"What Columbus? : Revolvers',time."' weren't, 'Invented the appearance pf burnt cork and Is 188.<.. .'. : .UV6.QAgi., .4.. ,:
shall be levied and collected .upon harder to Ignite a second time than at V. : -
"I know. Tbtt's..what, .cakes themAlways is 4m..
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and out of the real and personal first-Scientific American.1Paria'SeeondhandMarkett .
within the incorporate limits so'rare.M October 'VSJ of Novesentatlve '
I.. ? j ',. On, Firstly .. 0' the I Ional :!. ..
of the City of.Liye Oak 'f} rda. RUlng. !
; t There is a curious mafketrnear ... .. ..
for:the r.A.cDl190&: ? the taxtof.,7!t Gunner-So that ,distinguished geu- Paris in which everything Is sold at We will handle Apples direct 'franil DtJtrlc Q of ttf.I.
tleman .in the tall hat Is lead. coucma t.
mills on the dollar. your itleh
second hand. Working girls can fit d !
Sec. .2. For providing a sinking ing Has he received many themselves out there from head to foot Bananas direct from the importers, and:if3' :. ctes.a ... '
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fund and paying theanauainterest) ,, degrees from he?the Why different, he has"colleges receivedso As i :miter sass, ">Ilmi' can sell her 'grade of goods are what you want, we hare j: 1--byroad Comm1JlloHfJ. m rUIII
felt hat and straw one. ex- Flortda.cet
on the 10,000.00 .bonded. ,indebtedness old buy a of
of theCity of ;Live Oak, :Florida, many degrees wecan him the "hu change her old' dress for a new one ot the SUPfCilP4 teState : ...... -- '
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'thermometer.-chieago ews.SaperflBOt
man i
dated February 28th. 1906, there and if she likes, buy a steak and a We just received four cars of "No. -Nerj ot florida. I Ilellberl U'M ..
salad for her dinner, a bag of qt it4t...! .' .
f paper of the I
shall be levied :and collected upon *. and have on road 300 barrels of the fC G ) .
fried potatoes, sweets and some flowers Hay stat. vttadTea J ihll M 6''!<.i "
and out the real and Mistress-Didn't the ladles who call of
property within of. the corporate, personal limits ed leave cards? Bridget-They. wanted i for her window Democracy Is king 'Flake'.Flour made In Nebraska, the home of,fj ..... fill_. ;-
bere, and no more attention Is paid to !da.v.nt1 .
of Lite Florida for to. ma'am, but I towled thim ye had of Taw fete__ rw4t <;
it the City Oak Assessor
the millionaire: who Is looking for some-
', 1906 of ,pUnt ,ay .jer. wu,. and better ones ;us'j .... ..
the year A. D a tax of 1.3 thing marvelous which, he may pick up: Competition Candy in 3 -lb lx Collector
one mill on.the dollar. tOOtWe.I cheap than to the man with the wooden b lIt1 Treasurer. .1..rli ;4-'

Sec .3, This ordinance, shall go leg who wants a new left boot in exchange Panatellas, Anita Ferdandez and Resafi CountY CommlBloatrt. .. eel: .
for a dozen sardine tins five of the 0MMf '.i.I@.,&
into effect upon its passage Honest .Money Tobacco : bret Member
by the Council and approved by gloves and a stocking. Ift of public lnstructioa, ... ..- .

the Mayor. BARDWIN & (EDYtARDS Lord KclTln'* 8JtaTe.". Virginia Hand picked Peanuts -'rl' ice, ot the Peace 'a .a<< ... ..I .. '".

Tolu the original Chewing ]; Justice DbbSM.I ... at Ien '
Introduced by J. L. White member I Lord Kelvin once performed a daring Taffy [following

of the City Council and passed by the BAISDEX BUILDING. experiment before a class of .students.In _. I t+a 3. I0.. L l'. -. .

City Council this .17th day of September Phone 196. the course 9* his lecture be said that *51 Lt.Na.10.KA U. N.- u.Sl. .....;:

A. D., 1906.. I while a 'voltage of 3,000 or so would be SOL 14, Ka 1*, No. 14 attdt1. ," M"III.:81WUl"
'" ,.IL,; ". fatal to a man a voltage of some 300. .
& C
Attest: ,, Live Oak Brokerage :
CHAS. H. BROWN;, I 000 would be harmless. He was goingto a ta ble fA u4 lor hi t. !tt ..... -
't .. give a practical Illustration on himself .
t. -<
Prest of City Council, fee District. Tilt I. t..... -{ ::
,but the students cried it
S.'P. MAYS, City Clerk I THIRTY-EIGHT, ."ACRES IN on'a dog!?* Lord Kelvin cast a look of : Wholesale Grocers Orain and Hwii_*_ a I.No. 4, No. I. N.. a. Ns f. .. wt1 .
I S- p Mays City of the I No. U. 1o. U. # -- .
Clerk SOUTH-EAST LIVE OAK reproach his class, "Didn't I figure. lJoNbOt
City of', ,Live Oak,'Florida, do hereby'I LYING EAST OF OHIO: It put,wnYIJ; Tf' he said quietly, as he I Warehouse at old A. C. L. Freight depot.AMERICAN ; .a sk n. NO. ii, K.. ti M4 -J J1M I

certify that the above..and'foregoing walked to the apparatus and safely ...
ordinance was duly' and' regularly AVEM7E. : : ; : : turned the tremendous voltage, Into .lLar Whereof. I ban -... ...... ,.

passed by the City Council of the City THIS '''IS A DESIRABLE himself. ; 'set my hand aid awed "Ie- ,
of-LITe Oak, Florida! on the 17th TRACT FOR SUBDIVISIONTO Chlacie Cologne. ARAGON Seal of the State of n......
day oj>t .September; A, D. 1906t and THE CITY OF LIVE The Chinese ladies have an odd kind 4ssnet the Capital .
the same is hereby certified to. the of cologne-that 1 la to say they constantly ilnt frl ot fiepteoW, 4 .. =
OAK. : : ;. : : : .
Mayor for his approval have upon, their! j>ersou a small PLAN. :; G.
Witness .my hand and the seal ,of WITHIN FIVE MINUTES' bag of sweet srnellinx; gum similar to ,
01 said City this 17th day. of .Septem.. WALK." OF COURT, HOUSE that which was used 111'l the ancient JACKSONVILLE, FLO 8eccety' of .. ......,

ber.A."D.: 1906, LOTS 150 YARDS FROM Egyptian: women. Numerous costly H. JUck noD, Sheriff if $.. '
Jars recently unearthed
at Pyramlda '
(8eal( ) THIS PROPOSITION: ARE contain the cosmetics! : and perfumes naee County.

S,'p,.>lIAYS,. City. Clerk. SELLING TODAY, AT ONE, which! were csed by Egyptian princesses Rates, $2.50 and Upward. Rooms and Prmi JII:: '

Examined and approved by me this TBOUS.DOLLARS.. : all of which! bear a resemblanceto $3.00 and [Up. ff t of Ifltentloo to A.tJW\ #

September 17th 106 those! in VOTE: toliy amoas; Chinese ten Patent. ""

M. E. BROOMS Mayor.THE \" ladies,. .- of the_.Ll.zhest_ rank...,, d ptbZ TLrtt oft teal tI .f e Iffaltaralnenesr
j U
and Service la the
( .is. Cuisine : Unsurpassed ii"e"e
$6,5OOFOIL t. : :
Sorry II* Spoke., its of Florida., notice ta 1eref .
He-I'd like to know what: enjoyment ,that undersigned. bate y.
you can find In going from stare to H. N. O'NEAL PROPPJi I, > slid do. fcartbytogether tfal ,aIrlN

THE 38 ACRES.. store looking at tiling: pn haven't,the ei *
> lor the
.. e
Tel psrp"
least dei\ of buy tog. She-I know I '
can't buy them, brt there is a sort of +0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0i ._alc Jacorpor te melancholy i pleasure In thinking that I JUST A Till on the llth Uf< tfJL t e *

could have bought them if I had married '.. D., 190C. .Pt>\f M B l.Brovard. .i 'ie
I George Scads when 1 had the i Wood Governor of the flute t

I I Real Estate and InvestmentsBAISDEN chance. Instead of taking you. 1 Sortila, for letters patent ...... .... Fsir -4'
Described : iis the "Life Oak Drift ... ** .
BUILDING. A 2 horse load of .. ,'
wagon !J-Company under the .+-
"So you don't envy any, of the world'smen 2 About. grocer
your .
Phone 190.PROFESSIONAL of genius?" 18 inch wood for 150. posed charter, the ortfte tla .
i ....... ... .
"No." answered Mr. Cumrox. "I ad- should be fresh in aW I? now on >filo! In lbs ..** tfStcreUry ,
s.w. r. mire them but 1 don't envy 'em. A i Furnished on Short Notice. i ii of Stale, for &f .... '"

genius is a man who gets a monument No groceries, not eva.. ,Drtda, *' -'- .....

PINK OF PERFECTION I CARDS. after he's dead Instead of three square i Leave orders at M. L. Burnett&Co.O n. J. T'jk*. .bI.... ",.
meals a day while he's Uvlng.-Wash- betterM .
I the u..o
I goods are W. J. UJIhMLi
ington Star. WIMBERLY.Y. : .
in soda water is found ... '
e .
2 ..,..... a B.W.llclvean. .
without effort in every OBERSON & SMALL, l O4O4O4O+O4O4 O4O4O4OO4O4" .
glass drawn from our immaculately IV bui ( H. Ilruba. a.e
are after, White's Cream Ver- business carefully, .. ai .....
The Great fleadaclie C F. E. Tbonu....
clean foun Cure
ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW. mifuge has a world wide reputationas ,,* k4

tain. What's your prime the best of all worm destroyers, that our stock will | Walter J. Btr-- ..,,
nil do general practice in State and T.1 J. C. Daiidtft ---- -

favorite in flavors? Haveit Federal Courts. and for its tonic influence on weak Bro mo. Pep sin fresh F. H. lirrmrr. aaa 1 i.I .

? Syrups sweet, water t nd untrlfty children. It improves I lt;=.
Y81 AND i I. (Ur-STABtsL: LJtwra'PSONZ T. 8.. )laladeL
clean, pure and scientifically No.190- their digestion and; assimilation of "Note the Word Pepsin." Wee. cannot tell,1-/1 r. r: "' 1 ,
LIVE OAK. : : FLORIDA. their food, strengthens their nervous ,i Charter of "ft* Idle t4.b i t 1f........ is

carbonated, why system and restores them to GURES IOn :indigeston( space what all weli3 !rick E Supply Comptftf.adersljned ......,.

shouldn't our sodas suit ;I(X S. f.E.THOMASON health and vigor natural to a child.If omDIa. NenonsnBSS t srts111111! ..

everybody! wd ; THOMASON you want a healthy, happy child I in and see us, or te1ff ,; dves together herebf 5".,,....
the for the >NM.*s
get a botle of White's Cream Vermi- !arllling .... ..
a nllr -
needs. corporation B>4. .
\SICIANS fuge. So Opiates Absolutely Harmless.Dncritta your of the States of 1W'lor4da grad., ; ....
City PharmacyON & SURGEONS Sold by Snwannee Drug Co., and PHONE 85 f91iewlng V ...P ""'
all Druggists. ill 10*, u.. M< lOt !
> and teaa ot Ilatimtadt. .f *e
; 3 LIIOAL : : : FLORIDA. for Sale By f. .....,.
I. t
i WALL PAPERWhen The MAYSBRCFREE ( \..... t'l'HIIA >
City PharmacyLIVE al. The name Ol t6e Mrr': -"

-leeivecy M. DIXON, wanting Wall ..jft shall be "TSappjy'qonjp uM
L. Paper call onFlorida OAK. FLA. I II Dot :b acts i '
I "
i -- 4123trwivr. >>UJ;
Book Supply Co. I, .* fTie Principal j, ann !
I of 1 M M A*
at THE BAND BOX IJ. tie eorporatlea ..a
Always a nice in stock. e Cit
Of .
: : AND : ; U fr uaalyill
WORK, : SPECIALTIES. 1. TWICE 1"norida but the cvrpp.aatD I-

New Fancy Waists, in I Don't Have Your Cart AS ; '.Uie., the right to WJ Wit
silk lace net and any point wlthta tto e...w4 -
nuns- i M.E.. BROOME, ''f ..:. '
\Work Butchered
veiling. S'at1IJ'e, '
of .
The UmtoHs to Mtp

Ready-to-wear: Hats, I ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. At the Hill! . ,oo9t Re&so Be Tran.acted. Mil' ft.
for ladies and childrenfor I : AUrICLE
II. ......
early Fall wear. Will practice in an the courts of the State. Special you Expected( 11 1. The ceneral aatw r .r1U.e .
t attention giren to Conteyances. CHetk o: f .1- eu
of Rut Eta All business promptly attended I 1M Timber Carl rI Mun when the baby first come be UaI1JUf4 k tM a
am r
Kid Gloves, elbow I,I to why you should watch 1" to Dag ... .
Norm PDBIJC Sun AT LisctDR. \ the "little ailments. .take and manrtaelaee all lilt .., .
length. ,
Little things grow to big '"'" H bra
things in the baby's e..AIl W[;ii.t to cement, Mw .-
New Muslin Under1 1 J. W WEST, I Build them under a Guarantee. little ana big,.can be averted by keeping it in perfect it bay and sell asd fn........ i..

DR. McGEE'S BABY ELJXIE. tndt or bul14111 .......
wear in, beautiful de- I I I Physician and Surgeon. Have Built Hundreds and t It keeps the stomach. and bowels right. Takes ail 61b1' JjS! 14. household r.stleesAM...1:1: .1 1. I .. .
from btbabies des
signs. am Building more every day. away teething time. Makes LEAN babies -" ; to
Office: Carroll Building Ohio Avenue, well. Pleasant to take. Good for delicai /fII 4 hold bus, al elr '81' c
Residency at Ethel Hotel For Best Prices Write sick .to &cl1.., 25 cents and 60 cents bottle ate y*"s erg tiP" b ... I
-' ate; 10 buy ....
Phones. -Office.N..168.Reaidenee. ut ail
.Nos.23 168. W. ". ADKISON, f' -J.: del Art .
w aU
Mrs E. N. Lawler. 'I k1A4a of _
Drug Store (Barclay;Gnorer)N .U P. o. Sex N. 4. TALLAHASSEE FLA, I LIVE OAK DRUG COMP! irCptrtJ an4 chattial. to ...
teD.era.l 1rhol..Je Ml ..

g1tatIIe bua1nell, to bay / 4
di v( dry loodJ. gygwi

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t ro

,PHA : uv t .'OU DAILY"'DST':I i
'" DaY locml fly .itiea.-: fill ._>. ,-
ANDS.riish"eA, I .*''and"- ;,notions- ,''furniture. and .- :' ',- I :
: 1 and to bare all'power.nee6ary .
: 1 f-,. ,'t., _.< -H ): : { 1 f. '1''''' .;
?; "
t : -
incident'/'to4 ( I"i'
and ;g ner;l -
J! gj >cli Hoii } : } Y -o_ & le,and retail bnslaess;.to''dell
: 1I
I stocks, bonds, notes, mortgages

f Ita....... of buildings; 'all evidences of Indebtedness. MAS.QUERADE SKATINGFRIDAY

ii- ; : *,SeC. 24 The cqrp ration! shall t hare .

A4M.WItOeP4 6efof a eil 'ehjoylall' power rights and!prlY- ,
.\ Ut: ) ,of Corporations of this class ,, ,

lli.U,:h .the i Jaws of the-?tate/of igbyl, .... --- '..' .., '--"

r aTO'8U: and bo-sued in its cor-

n AT rtoMDA leave fe: ,capacity i ,to, contract and be '
wo PJf
('with tolssue certificates : : NIGHT October 5th ,

LIVE'oAKF, and bonds for the corporation; .
deal'i in and decrees .
:: judgments and -- ,' ;
do all those things not ..inconsist ,,' j .' .,"' ,'

far First with Its charter and not incon- .' Doors *' ; ,' .
; Open at 7 O'clock : : <:
p. m. ,
with the corporate ,laws of "
lifelki I Apples ati-e cf (rgri q lJS said State of Florida.. .,. '- ,

( tt fret the importers, and IPS' Capital Stock.ARTICLE t

I% m wKat you want we have,tieNomw III
Section 1. The amount of the --
; stock authorized by the cor: No one will be admitted on the floor ,
cars of No 1 'NeW:i shall be Sixteen Thousand.

tOft'" 300 barrels of the Fa ( ; ($16,000)) dollars, divided into One unless in costume and masked before 'r

Mt 11 tea and Sixty Shares of the par .
the home of ,
W t
of One Hundred ($100,00)) dol- I
... __ 'I,: I each. Ten per cent,of said capital ', 9:30: o'clock when all will. unmask at .. !
I'Jtta: Crfy In 30-1b pails '. ; shall be paid for in cash or ., -. '-, '

2i Aftfcf k F rdandez. and Resago:'(VJSa "." ( corporation-equivalent shall to transact cash, before any sound of gong : : : : : : :. ': J ,. : ., ,,. ;', Yv

i MT III t and the balance of said cap- : :' "'.' f;

tte4 be paid In' at such ,
pfefc*. Peanuts etockjhall -; :' "
and In such -manner" as the ,, ,, ," i i ,.
cfe UK ttirNl) l I !,I" !; ,, ,
Chewing Gum- ; f of Dlfectors"may'rrequlre, And '

r---- ...the respective of stock'stock shall.holders be issued upon Four Prizes. Will Be Awarded

g paymentf'of ten per cent4 of the ,
age & Commis ; stock by ,said stock holders

Represented: by shares held liT I

{ acll stock, holder so paying. The
Orsfers, Grain and HayS- of said certificate shall be pre-
r. 1st prize for Most Graceful Skater ,
J ?rat depot, .by the by-laws. of the cor'- -, :

.. '
-- -", e Term For Which The Corporation 2nd for Prettiest .
: prize Fancy Costume ; ,, :
Shall EXist: :;

IV. ,
: ,Section 1. Th ; \ 1. : ,:
I : s _and continue_ |for 1&? : period of .

PLAN. ", years unless sooner dis .. .
CtNVILLIE. FUORlI f according to r law.\ 4th prize for Least Graceful f'F, .; --

| ( *1'bj"'JVhich The Business is tot

--- : I : Be Transacted.

4 tJpiL Rooms 'and Private:}! ARTICLE V.
Section] 1 The business of the
? |

...-$..w-lAd-11Up, ) cqrpprajion the} control shall, be and conducted management by and Admission lOc : Skates 15c for evening; ,

J ne Ifairpassed in 'the\ So ( > a Board of five directors, a presi .
nt, vice
1"H -president; secretary,
I .and a gen-eral man- -
EAl : -I *
PRpPRlil r ; $ Provided, that the of--

t-, ,- -- .. -.;... ; s of secretary and treasurer may

i : filled by one an4 the same person; THE AUDITORIUM

nd provided that the number of : r:

:,. : I rector ,;may be changed from time ,
time by the laws of the corpora-

i i ; I provided that there, shall ,be Porter and ,Dexter,Proprietor s .

\ DO time less than three,' directors
more than five
l Sec: 2. All of said directors and ,

all s ; shall be chosen from ameng
f \ the I da, 5 shares. A Young Mother at 70. Agent. Memphis and payingfee
stock holders of the corporation I
A. Lee Humphreys, Live Oak, Florida of 50 cents, an extensionof
= not even the annual meetings of the stock "My mother has suddenly been
I !, return limit can be secured
t 25 shares.
holders to be held in the of Live
made young at 70. Twenty years of I
until November 30, 1906.
::- a t": : Oak, Florida<; on the first Tuesdayin ,F. E. Thomason Live Oak, Florida -' intense suffering from dyspepsia had .
I : November of each year, each stock 5 shares. Dally to September 20thround
until six monthsago
that part entirely her
I trip summer tourist tickets will be
: holder having as many votes as he Walter J. Bryson Live Oak Flor- when she began taking Electric
I ; : has shares paid for in the corporationand Ida, 10 shares. j Bitters, which have completely cured on sale to various resorts. Full Information -
I schedules, time tables,
.until the next said annual Chas. H. Brown, Live Oak, Florida her and restored the strength and
etc."ill be ,
promptly on
will a and until their successors are 25 shares. !I activity she had in the prime of life,"
elected and qualified. The directors 'I. application to
't'9 T. S. Baisden Live Oak, Florida, : writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick of G. E. HERRING,
Live Oak,
: shall be T. S. Baisden, of
Me. Greatest restorative
5 shares. j I ; Fla., L. & N., R. R.,
Live Oak,
ft4: Florida; C., H., Brown, medicine on the globe. Sets Stomach, ,
you : Florida! ;: F, H. Bremer, of Live Oak J. C. Baisden, Live Oak, Florida Liver and Kidneys right, purifies the No. 118 W. Bay St.,
we hsra Florida; R. ,J.. Taylor, _of Live Oak, I I|blood, and cures Malaria, Biliousness '

'. Florida; and A. Lee Humphreys, of R. J. Taylor. I and Weakness. Wonderful Nerve MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS

tele; Live Oak, Florida; and until the next W. J. Hillman. Tonic. Price 50c. Guaranteed by j -ATEXTRE11ELY -

s annual election and until their suc- B. Helvenston. Barclay & Groover Drug Store.IA11' LOW RATES
cessors are elected and qualified. T.
;; A., Lee Humphreys. VIASouthern
; S. Baisden of Live Oak .Florida, ROUND TRIP RATE&Tla.
I II : shan be president; B. W. Helvenston, Chas II. Brown.F. fe
ats I, f of live, .; Oak, -Florida, shall be 'rlceI E. Thomason. Railway
BRO< : : I president; Lee Humphreys Walter J. Bryson. "\i"
: Oakt..Florida: shall be secretary and J. C. Baisden. The Louisville & Nashville Railroad FROM JACKSONVILLE
'treasurer sand F. H. Bremer, of Live will sell round-trip tickets from w>- -M5& ,
F. H. Bremer.T. Tickets on axle :,October ,1;
FREE DELIVER ) I Oaks Florida, general! manager. The S. Baisden. Jacksonville to points shown on dates I limit October 8. *'''Mp
and directors -
duties of. the said officers indicated. Proportionately low rates
.. $44.70-San Francisco and Los Angeles -
shall be prescribed by the by-laws STATE OF FLORIDA, from other points:
of the corporation.Limit Suwannee County. 'I I One Way (second class)
$32.20-Dallas, Texas, and return. Tickets on sale daily Sept 15
'rYtct ? of Indebtedness. Before me personally came F. H. Tickets sold October 6th and I' to October 31.$37.00Washington.

? ARTICLE VI. Bremer R. J. Taylor, W. J. Hillman, 7th. Final return limit 21 D. C., and Re

_ : Section 1. The highest amount B. W. Helvenston, A. Lee Humphreys, days from date of sale. I turn-Tickets on sale daily toSeptember
MANY i of indebtedness or liability to which |32.80-Buffalo, X. Y., and return. 30; limit OctoberJO.05l'hicago.
A F. E. Thomason, Walter J. Bryson,
>. the corporation may at any time sub- Tickets sold October 10th, 31.
GOOd Rcosons Chas. H. Brown and T. S. Baisden.
ject itself shall not exceed twice the 11th and 12th. Final return I$- 111., and Return
to me all well known, and known to
l amount of the capital stock of the limit leaving Buffalo October Tickets on sale daily to Sep-
me to be the persons described in,
> cpecleape corporation. I 19th, 1906. tember 3,; limit October 31.
and who subscribed to and executedthe
Names and Residences of the Sub $54.10-Saratoga. N. Y. and Return
'. ....'" foregoing articles for proposed $19.60-Xwv Orleans, La., and re
'nre'cam. and the
scribing Incorporators via New York, allowing;
... ..1t watch charter for "The Live Oak Brick & turn. Tickets on sale Oct-
.... Httts IIL. Number of Shares Subscribed For days' stop over Washington.
aU.uta Supply Company, and who severally ober 12th to 15th, inclusive.
row to big By Each. acknowledge before me that they executed Final return limit October 30, Baltimore, Philadelphia or
k ... kb7'.Ufe, All peal ARTICLE VII. New York. Tickets on sale
_ H.t .....tri. 1&b. perfect the same for the use and pur- 1906. By depositing ticket
q plalC places of 30 limit
Section 1. The names daily to September ;
p New Orleans
ms's auI' ELIXIR, poses therein expressed.In with Special Agent -
t-."* ... krrate a! ht< Takes aU thea residence and the amount of capital witness whereof, I have hereunto and paying fee of 50c October 31.

....-.a.f......... *akss L A.!f babies fat ;.. stock of the subscribing Incorporators set my hand and official seal in an extension of return limit Many other attractive rates.
k $ m. t feed lor delicate wpl are as follows to wit: For further information apply to
.... .. .R Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida, can be secured until Novem-
+ seen bottle at yon' : F. H. Bremer. Live Oak, Florida, ber 30. 1906. J. K. )McCALL,
this 17th day of September, A. D.,
20 shares. Passenger and Ticket Agent.
1906. $17.65-Mem]his, Temi., and return.
R. J. Taylor, Live Oak, Florida, ,
._ (Seal) J. F. HARRELL; Tickets sold October 15th,
shares.W. .
; 45. Final Passenger Agent
Notary Public. 16th. 17th and 18tb. i
Hillman, Live Oak, Florida,
J. St., Jacksonville, Fla.
return limit October 30th. By 108 Bay
commission expires July 13th,
neaa, to My .
bay andgroceries 10 shares.B. depositing ticket with Special Pboae 743.fof
i W. Hthenston. UT Oak, Florl- 1117. ---- -



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YE OWDAILY D _QCM select : --
Islnncon- ilaad "
'.'Atlanta, 2nt todarjy; ; to V F i
bibulous and other officers sad.. whellliheS : t ; ; : ;- ,
fined 'among|: he'' element, ffW11NG4ra : *
PUBUSUEI}E RX ArW i NI tll 11td is iiftt a4Tth+4salogt ai J e ha>a e fr jnstaii h -::. 'overni I : ', s4 ? F..
1 ince l m aitrt tuned eri? em and, 1 >'; ; '- .,
0# after a#ing n ... 1b! ti.'f : 0 : <> r rr 1i. t ""'-- .
F. SIIR Udltr wgeg. In Atlanta 11 I end .. ; !' : F E @ -
t Alyr the f sot of. lat Out uthe1leJtftlJ es fYfl : ..: __ I' .. 5' > ? -

can control'"her iho d1umete.. nn : e.'L Wbentbt time; Jjtr .

THE LIB DlL MJBUSHIULCOMPilL jnenl&ha,. ought, .ab.o1bh.b'salooni''W1 << Wilt>be,, can sad_but it win; e t Spfihgs.lHdtel _' r-i ib1f.lY': .
y s'6a ; evexTwlieifit come'feooner-iarlaterrtorthe-XJubans.. : ; HOT AND COLD BATHS $URPASSEO.. GOOD TABU.:. '::

Entered at the post-office Live goes to the brain of a decent man are not fit for self-government WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BOWLING ALUEYS BILuURt T I. II I -

Oak, Florida as second Class Majil# but when it gets into the weak head mongrel race is. !. PHONE CONNECTIONS.: .WE1.I..EQUJfPEQSTABI.ES.o.8H* ::- i.....

Matter, No'embeI105.. < ,- i of>% ..viclous rowd .jf is the, most ef- : T '
; / 1 T'hq t SuperioriSheepskiiu; } RATES REASONABLE ggglSSBSai! i"' ''' +.c
I L. 3. -* %*_ A.Jlt } tJuid agent .of the (;'deVil on this 1 .
Onceupon' time, two pieces of
.. a ., SV.W' !... W11 --
earth.- '
-- -
tHE DAILY DJrnOCRAr'WU.'be sheepskin met'In'a narrow pathway. FflRKHOTEkIJOWtIN6PflRK.FlC'

I, mailed to any part of the United "Stand aside You!'" haughtily said ADDRESS ,..". of Month +i. aurdal 1 *' ," <,
for If you want to vote In the next .., >GS,
States postage prepaid ,
theVfirst who was of pompous, overbearing : ., lAta (1.
3 per year; $%.50 for six month{ Election you' had :better be, consider, mien, and emblazoned with 1.I4 t T

$1.25 f or three months or Ing the matter of your poll tax. I many quaint and polysyllabic monstrosities = Oak of Mis; 'i1, V

i 50 cents for five weeks, in advance. Here's a useful. pointer from the St..I in Latin and Greek. "I am," Live M'f'gjManufact eet,*Llva Oar.A. !

Delivered to part of the city ;Augustine Record on the subject {
any a college diploma, and entitled to the ".- : ... $',--

i by carrier for 10 cents per week. .I "Attention has been called in the. I II !veneration of all the uncultured ot W. EYe ot :.. tw>" = .

news columns to the fact that the land!'* of ?w.rJ. i
the the dt1 iJsoa I .L_
DEMOCRATIC!NOM : time for paying the poll taxes will ,get, there behind thyself: b. ;
ffS.i; "AWj Ice "" aen:
Expire on October 13. To: save all:sacastically retorted the second Lumber,. Shingles, Electnp of Oca1&"p.d'Lire ... :

ror. Member of Congress;, .Jod' CoagresgionalDietria ''l question as to qualification everyone I sheepskin. "I, am: a drumhead, and : .yeaterday, j .......,
t 0&\
Cotainbk t ; 1 I' J elSibig 1 vote ;should; call on ,the II' Po er'and TurpentiiiElectric n
I make
FRANK CLARK.-if ( 1 .more stir in the world: in .e> 1Thearn .. .. :t
1 Collector and satisfy himself that he hour than do in thousand f+r f fty
1 an you a or the rut. 'Ht .. 4Pk
For Justice of the Supreme Court: is qualified for the next election. Lights in part of the city f f| )L .
to hot any ished.'Ji .. t
CHAS. B. PARKWtL o* ? eiii' i' i I. Thooe' fe&ret, You ,but lead posing ; it yesterday for a short -

I JAMES B.WHITFIELD: of Le n. 1 1I who have not paid their poll ali and failure 'while I incite wars; or Business Houses at a very'reasonable rate ;
I I I tax should not wait until the last r .1
j political triumphs and all the apt al-> Bulat Gum .. "
; For Railroad Commissioner moment or they may overlook this. I enthuse day and night current-for manufacturing purpos ii Bpp1t qf -..
iteration of (fministrelsy.
i R.HUDSON BURR of Dade. Important matters'Pensacola : and entertain while you merely olh Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have r -- D

i.,, For Member BOON of Representativea- ..--: .... .. and Mobile and the surrounding fusticate Go to--omitting, if you tion and all orders promptly} f filled. ; W, ciark of Bottoa, na... ..I.I.t ... -40'LUll' .
W. R.DORMAN, wish the third and last stanza'.1'Puck. for a few hours I It
t W. H.McCLELLAN, country have been hit hard citY Ii

.. For, ax.Assessor: and they. have {the sympathy. of the .Polsonin r''V '-<;, 1: 1' .. ......
j' b {Ai O. KIN. :TT whoJe.eountryln the- disaster which .
'.f W ... has 'come upon them. The property results. from, chrohi, | constipation. ;,; ells. 25C,.at the CUT U_":, 'II

; For Tax Collector which- is quickly cured by Dr;'King" L1VI3.OAKPUBLISHING- -. e-only white rutautu' .. .... .. '
I '. J. N. KEEICS. damage has been very heavy, but the :
loss of life was comparatively smaiUBoth' New Life Pills. They remove aliwhich'ls.'qulckly'cured i

For County Treasurer by Dr. King'infuse i l .'J'l.
cities will soon recover and the .
GB. ,LORT, fact that neither has called for outaide new life and vigor; cure souf i I: aa- McCormick a prottnt4 t. .l.. "'

For Member of School Board was la the 111I .. .. ..
: stomach, nausia, headache, dizziness of O'Brien I.
t' assistance shows that their .
M.A. ADAMS. f'':\ peorpie' ; .f
':/J h feet and coliCi :without griping or discomfort ; -
t M. CARVER. equal to the emergencyand !T. __ ... <
25cl: Bartclay -1 !
E. R. WISE. are not discouraged by the disaster. Guaranteed by + ,. COMPA.Boo .N !
.. ...

For Member Board' C;quntyCoopmiysiongs; ,'1.' : '.. I t. \is, bad enough; but it Is' does not .. & Grover!, .Druggists.: 4 ., ....., 1\' .. .l. '.\.,. .I'. t ,-1'f '. ,>1 : .-:;. I i Y Byrd. went afternoon down ** i... 1 l__ _if .<
M. L. BURNETT; approximate the horrors 'of''the Galveston Little .ElizabethHumphreys, why yesterday
J. C. DAVIS. flood In which a large part of has been spending some time at varl"I. ; ''' t.p, -_ >
J, H. GRANT. _
W, A. TISON. !i'' rtf;P; ( .the city w"s. totally wrecked and. tons. points in the North, returnee ; of .t-
nearly' 7,000 lives lost. home today. Mr.: C. E.
News.atif i sarong the tisltor to tI
t her father, went to Jacksonville yesterday
krteyfin. I J iStKi -
I :and" -' The adoption, of the drainage .to. meet(, .her. but by some, / sU .--
A man who wlllfnlly knowingly :
amendmentYto the constitution will means he missed her and Elizabeth ; ofiteen

li ,, for his own selfish purposes, take a load of responsibility off the came in today by herself. Commerciail .- Stansell let .. a

seeks,to arral| ;thB..towu.agalllat..the Legislature;-for- that. august body i |i !dangeroniljr Ul It I

,country or the 'country against the rlJIUt. ...
supposed to have something to dow Elder J. P. King who assisted .
town deserves to be ostracised. Yet ;rdi !,
} :. : \thregulatingrthUigs! la this State, Elder Skipper in a meeting here: .
; IIaTG tried 0&
therea who any **
too you
a many men for] will have tno [authority\ whatever' In and at Jasper i ,, Was In ;thercitythla :11 ttb4y
|politica preferment/choose 'to thus ,. ; ,: iff ;( '" Printers TOil will find it atjr. ft* :

4play the !demagogue: and seek to ,rise flee premises:" and' the board .ofdrainage morning' and left,//.for: his,home in ::.:t.. m, .
; commissioners be in.ef North Carolina, Elder King is one ,1::;,
i through the ignorance and prejudicelot Tt t u :
fect an independent_ government? in of the ablest\ and most entertaining ; r Jcksonti
their fellowin n.- Titton';(Gi.) H.; Downs ot M.
the commonwealth of Florida. By ministers of. the Advent church andhis '
Gazette.{ .a [!$e city this morning,
virtue of its organic creation, it will work. in. this 'section will be. productive .
;ia Ethel .. .....
'"" be responsible to itself alone and of great. good. No Job and none too 'snail
The authorities..up.lln..,:' Aua. 1ta: have. the, Legislature will } : : too large | I"! ,-,_-,,, iM -. .
j caught the .f i to : ;: no more Prig 3ier f. 1\. DowllBf, otXwuiathecltrfortt trey .. fcvVt
elloBupposed fhaj -
the"'most thorUyto' or regulate it,, S.: }i\. : Leftbetter);. .State agent? for to handle. Eve thing in the J .. .
been one of active"ringleaders' ..
than to amend. the constitution itself.That's the Fisher Piano Co., who"'has his
iln the hoodlum riots and,, I hrit A=j A mor ing. -
headquarters line within l '. -
too much 'power to put In the in Live Oak, received. comes our ... .
very naturally, he Is Identified as
one hands of five men entrusted with the a telegram yesterday announcing the ,.' i
of the worst toughs in the city, frequently 1.V,}I. Brooks, of Tenet! 1* .fc ** ,.. ......
handling of large sums of money collected death of his father in Alabama. Just !
before the courts for violating WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OP MAIL ORDER II R I endlng a few dan ..IeM!
o as. taxes from the people and the day' before he had received information tllll!
the law. If he led the"rioters in .. e Oak friends. ..... ...,.>>,;< -
under no bond for the faithful per- that his father was much j[
their murderous work he should I
formance of. duty. That would be better and the announcement of his '' i 14-
at least life term in the I I. H. Brnwell cam la fly ..
penhangIngwould ;
'" ...
; .
all right In bureauratic Russia, but death came as a serious shock. Lt !f'- V I It
be better it looks all wrong In democratic Flor- OUR STOCK of Bond, Linen and Rag papers *. it and spent BUllda,.at the tft*..l [,

Ida. The old church building of the the largest carried in Florida, and with:, 't, Mrs. Bruwell. i 1t'Ii

The Republicans have been count- Antioch Baptist church, where Rev.C. equipped modern Printing Plant, new type, and 1 I .""
ing between Bowling, of the Palk trg :
largely on hostility .
A. Ridley ci5 "
preaches one Sunday printers furnish -
with Stationeryastand
Bryan and Hearst, but they will be The extraordinary growth of the we can you '0= the..list of Park '1.1\0111 ":

disappointed. Mr. Bryan has an- prohibition sentiment in Florida and be afternoon: in each month, is soon to prompt as any establishment in the South. At& vi.-i Oak yesterday. I:."...f.-1V .
replaced by an up-to-date new easeflas
nounced for publications that he is its rapid conquest of the liquor traf- will convince !
heartily for Hearst because he ad- fic are shown by the following facts Already plans are on foot I YtL J. L Brush aDd Ub f+.le.r t
looking to that end, and it will not SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLIC # see' "
and figures which find in the
1mires the man, believes in his integ- we last : ot Jacksonville .tIt bs lio
be long before Suwannee will have ,n....
issue of the Lakeland News '
rity and ability and so much wantsto : I Saturday afteroooa.
another new church building. Thisis -- ; ;t.l...e ,
see him elected Governor of New "Of the 46 counties of Florida 27
one of the best communities in the It t '
are r un
York, that he will canvas that State under entire prohibition of the J. W. Canfield. of JeeMrM

for him if his services are desired. beverage sale of intoxicating liquors. of county its prosperity.The and we rejoice. at every sign UVf m me ia today to make 10.. !ft,...."..l,4 h ...
Of the remaining 19 counties 9 have ; .tie waltt lime brick t t8E. pint. i "
the liquor traffic cornered in a single

Lake Mark Tapley, the Pensacola town or city leaving 10 counties Traveling: Representative of !kif jt
LIVE OAK FLORIDA Cobb of the Park. e'" *llJtesterda.1
Journal comes out strong in emer- where license is the general policy. Sam Leopold & Co Merchant Tailors .tea
} la
gencies. The great storm put out.its U. S. J the tHf.mora "Mi. ... -
Even in these ten counties prohibitionrules Chicago A., will be at our J his
UTe Oak ft...k
electric lights and destroyed its motive throughout the rural districts store on Tuesday,. October 2nd, 1906 1,111\ ....

power without! a moment's warning under the State law forbidding the with a display of woolens for Fall I 7'I !DowUnl

between one and two o'clock in sale of liquors within four miles of land Winter, 1906-1907. the like of I \ & from 4 fetlitrtlaa'n ...
the & 1 Savaaaak a4 ...
the when E.
morning paper was a school house or church outside In- which you have never seen. We urge A. CRAWFORD %fternooa .. '
for JMb)11"
nearly ready*;.to. go to press. But a corporated towns or cities. Of the you to call and inspect the line and ; -.

little ithlng like. that couldn't stop place your' order NOW. Fit .
total population of the State of 628- guar-
the'Jofflrnal. -A- gasoline engine was BROKERS Cox, of Lee. ... b.. .... -
; 542, there are 273,054, more than anteed. Prices Right. Don't miss oa a gait I Iq
riged..up to furnish power; obsolete one-half living in counties where this opportunity. S. J. White Live GRA? '" to her Mae A,1 tkexetarned =

lights Installed (Including the candle total prohibition reigns. Nine coun- Oak. COTTON STOCKS AND : home yeLP

of our daddies) and the Journal
ties prohibit the sale of liquor in all v. J. $. Parke
came out 'a few hours late, with the of the 1'as ...
but one town leaving in,the State but Hon. W. A. Tison, of Wellborn, was whichwiB"yield In .11\ '*"
We .,
thrilling story"ot the hurricane and present ah investment the city tie se ea we
: 149,047 people living in counties in the city Saturday afternoon and Ptld! Our *
its awful work most 'attractively dis month office a $'M.... "'bIJTe '
where license Is the policy In more made our sanctum a pleasant call. from 10 to 30 per cent per If g....'
than one town or city." Mr. Tison Is the Democratic nomineefor capital invested no risi
with practically Ud
tried frit4iBMft e4 ,h.
County Commissioner from his V ....
Ex-Governor ,Jennings sprung a It used to be the woes'of Cuba district and being one of the oldest See us about it. a' .' Wtile .** f*. ,
Sold ..... "
real sensation the other day_ when he when Weyler was doing things on citizens of the county and being bj OHr >11 6.t.

instituted criminal libel proceedings that Island; but now it is the shameof thoroughly familiar with its needsin I Correspondents: V. P, Randolph & Co. Capital's. L 1. T. L.b. .rtf 4."

against Alfred St. Clair Abrams, .editor Cuba brought upon her by her own every particular will make an ----- k tortgLITe of 11n+"". sar4 .',

of the Tavares Herald, and A. K. pusillanimous forfeiture of her rightto ideal officer. He says Wellborn is Tie Cboien. DissOlutJOil-, ; and. Oat tla..... .
&I .
Taylor, the cartoonist. Mr. Jenningswas self government. Palma resignedthe still growing and the prospects for "Some mt>n.-:- remarked the assump. The copartnership *|JJ rellaw-M M *0 K4-

moved to this action because of presidency the Cuban Congress that little five citizen I $
city are very brightThere "are born to lead." C. &* G. B. ;;;;
between snr
statements in the Herald abetted by refused to meet to preserve the gov- will be services at the Epis- "Yes" answered the caUtlou. person sting undet ; the ot __. etietees'**

the cartoon, reflecting seriously upon ernment and there was nothing for copal church tomorrow night at 730. but the trouble is that every !t! A. L. Humphreys J ofe1U city list &Jaw. 1l i ...

his personal Integrity and "bunch- It but for Mr. Taft as the representative At this service there will be a mis- man who feels a disinclination to do name of dissolvedA-Florida k 1!f off Ali and good aaMllew4l .. ..."" ,
actual work takes it this day ..".,
ing" the derogatory stories which of Uncle Sam to take the reins. sionary address by the Rev. Lind- for granted that HuDlPhtd'' I air
he U one of those retiring. C. E. fIrI ...
have long been current about him in Our troops are landing there now and sey Patton for many years missionary Star. men.-Washlngton ;;:'lt.a.
t ftinue the business> W. Bennett
this State, having reference to his if the insurgents continue to insurge to Japan. After: this con- ----- ---_-- I!i collecdi wM u. i
hilities ends
accumulation of a fortune while in they will be whipped into submis- firmation by Bishop Weed. On Wednesday Not Difficult. ; <-: and teiathea 14 irtir ** < *

office, for.whlcbTlhe' salary .of' that slonal; ,no matter what. the.cost nor morning at. .7:00 there. -will High Priced Doetor-Yon are noweonTaleseenr. ( week Past ba .....4 i..,.

4 5 office dldx't'account. Thet trial of bow 'long If takes. The Job will bed be celebration of.,the., Holy Comm unIon and.'all youtneed Is exercise i etel .lQ.. -

"'{ this :case: wilt'' probably;;sljtj r these ne' (thoroughly_ .Ibr j that: U UncleSam's and Evening Prayer and'sermon miles ,You should yalk,ten to fifteen,i .21. i100.rMention '' : Pa+vtre ire i 4h to' ... .", ,.,

a' way. But all.. (his ,does not by the. at 7:30 m. All a tlay% 's\\M".: but! your. WaUtlng J of Iles ..
"' torles thoroughly and!. .the long eu,: Bishop, p. are should have an 1:1.: tag> Z0.. .4<>

.rlouV.: puWKs-wIU'at} ; last know how 'mean annexation.The Cubans will cordially invited to attend these' serI doctor. HI abject travel, around Patientfinright t.-.'., )lerROe.. ts ...... S .... -

much truth there U in them. I be given another chance. A general I vices. Choir practice tonight at 7:30. tug to borrow money to pay your bilL .adcertiseingnts.; 1f .....


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J.r tL1it --' : d -- ._, .. ., '. '-.
: :1J r, ,Mrs.'Jphn llTllar"JSte"mored m ii4'1f nwo"tharmm' --- '- -' '::- : :
'#.flBEYIA60"l ... ........ ,
one''. -- -
tatox obi
I the iBardta'cotagestiipt .deaf 'daughters Rb'gie and 'Rqbii; of .

LIN G q :t:):'f ( flUTe f : @s > .Jthp-Jf. $; BarMnrestdeh q uraviild"aie"rrt T3wn t E"odrarN r'Itlb W t "
} -
AIr .. ""it J.! 3 f! :
i1 Jri. 7Y -, :h a : datiSEt) "wft1eale-tor ; :: :=
# :: .. : : t'.,;:J' -,1.4't : "" : 'f !f ". -'If> q Augustlal Qh t ; s ir'{ : :
# """ ) \!.: Any 1 ; to 4 td
... $ fMC WWUNEE ": 'B. Lucas, who 'is now with Horn

lIVEri-i .. "c; Oal & key: at Branford" spent Sunday De VU \ WttCh)J el.5alv is Je 3'.\_ a"t< II .rJ1 : U L1 i 1f' .
Hotel '
!. lc.ands.Rai l : 7Dij' in the'city.. .,He...returned. to. Branford" C original: and the name Is stamped on Will deliver anypartofLfve; Oak== -;-

this morning., every box. Good for
' +.,n...a4tEYR GOOD BIWARQTAiij', .0tEt'ABLEs : ..(" ;:,;--'of.,.the,'Psrk. was:here- J boils, cuts and bruises;and ema."letterl$ : I rtl'jill1JU'J: ) I -:1' : i ..

""'" ,siupYPAvi'd .. r H. J. McCall formerly an attorneyof recommended'for piles. Sold by-City --p.-XoADOo" &.. ..oAISDEN

' h"'U'O "" .. 5 Live Oak but DOW of Jacksonville Pharmacy,. j" .

41CN1M1LE.'< "" T'. ... ....... I&\4'. COMIiECUOAATUyI ci" c- '1 of Perry, were, was'seeing his many Live Oak' friends I _. '' ,. .' : :") .,... ..t. t 'I" !(BUTLER. BROTHERS' )I-, .,. .' ;.'
; !;;
.- y.' this morning. Mrs. M. A. Harrell, who has been "

MIfkMWUNGPARK I \ ; fLoRID ::TRM T- :;; _-, ," ti' here for several days visiting her son, !I.q c ': }' hone. .. No. 197

_" ':d. eotMoultrie, ; Ga. was Mrs.:' Archie house l and little soar; Col. John F. Harrell, returned to"her ,.- ..- ,
J -I1r4aT; of Lake City, came over Saturday, l home at Ft. White this morning.Sha :: .

i.-. and spent a, few hours -the ,guest .of was accompanied bjrAer-little aught r>? i I i ,C I s "/ I j

Oak M'fg: .;" t of(Mayo, spent part Mrs. Curtis Grubb., r, Pearl. "' v vvvWaterman

jin Live Oak 'M'-'" n ,
'- Buy your groceries from Sorrency Mrs. J, L. Bream and children, who ) Fount j Eeris -

Manufacturers of : iiri.\-v.;
'' .. '- thi'city. today. beautiful hand painted china. You weeks with, relatives and friends in )I Gillette Razors ';and Blades

ShitIc i Ice Electric ; ., ,'m may be a lucky one. South Georgia, returned today with '
'- ,* .
a,of Ocala.was a Tisij&rday Mr. Bream, who went up Saturday to rg ; KodaksBrownie CamerasHuyler'brCaijIies > m
: /
lower and Turpentine --,\esterdaY, Suwannee Bakery has opened in meet them. ,: : I

: th@ C, T, McDaniel store opposite --- ) i "

L ..... atthe city furnished faniS- Tb p, of e Park, was in the ,court house. Fresh cakes and Misses Mattie and Fannie Turner; :,. -
for.a short time'j.otBulst .- bread "daily.--Suwannee Bakery of Alton who spent the day in the Victor
it It I wig NMonabJe rate Electrj # city'wlth the family of W. J. Harris 2 Talking lachjjie aid Records

.fit >M...facturing( purposes.I .- ':: Garden Seedgjfttfit Mr: and Mrs. C. Rubenstein and yesterday left in the afternoon for : ; -' .", ,'

I Mil e-f :: Bays Bros. tffltiui 'daughter Miss Bessie returned from Lake City where they will spend several '
..-- City orders have II I Suwannee 1
Jacksonville today, where they wentto days with friends. Drug\Company

: ifJJ ,iWlIW.i X' :: of Boston, Fla., wasirafe' keep the "Day of Atonement." '-- ., y
.. 1r ? hours yester. j : o
'> -" H. F. Dexter and his attractive f .

:?'" Beautiful plaid silks In all colors daughter Miss Ruby returned,toaay .

'''-j-\ on display in Miss M, V, Edwards' from Asheville, N,- C.. where the '- .- .> -
i za 'tp rat, the City Restaurant window. Don't fail to see them they family has been spending the um- _} .

3OAKPUBLiSHING__r .-" ; / > ;t: restaurant In the have just arrived and are beautiful.We mer.. Mrs, Dexter, Five Cents, and
( .
: ,the boys returned about,a 'we**,ago,
i, )",,;: i'-' .are making' 10,000 to 20,000

.";jjcCof'oilck,:a promlnentcUlBrleoas'ln shingles; per day Can fill large or A most excellent t congregation

.: the city yes- small,orders promptly See,our pri worshipped at the Baptist church

-'f *"' : > I ces. Live Oak Mfg, Co. last night andheard the pastor on SUWANNEEBAIERYq.i
-- ,
COMPAN1if ; .; 'Soul Winning Following the, ser

{;-: ',-,', f1'nt'down tO.'Galnesafternoon -. U. D, Higgins,formerly of Live mon there was one application formembership,1 -
111I""[ [........1__ r "r ,,'91--,- on a Oak but now of the Park,. spent yea- '. and one. addition by Bread Caked: Pjesltc.{ :
r '
the his
;" .. :: I terday city with many k 3t :
baptie'i: v
3-f "-. friends, all of whom are glad to see "''I <-t ? .*'

k News'.anl ..< ,"of Jacksonville' him Miss' Annie! Grubb came over fromLake'lC1t8atrday Cakes made special to order..,. Cream Bread a
> jiif flsitora to Lire Oak afternoon and
!\'.\...- < Specialty. At the old Racke $Storem front of
... J, B. Hopson returned today from spent.,Snnday:with her parents Rev.
i j. ': '.. .
sxlTsergtaasellrof-.i"'!, --- Quitman where he has been spend- and Miss Curti Grubb. She returned -,
Wellborn, morning. the Court.House filegg and I owle?, Props
ing several days recuperating. He has to' Lake City this Her
OmrnerciaPrinters l J! ill for 'several
Fi 4ugerousIj' entirely recovered from his spell of maqy'Live pafel friends were delighted
out !f;.' ; '
to }
k'-7''Z':. fever. see rjer%;
.. :. ;:-- '

; lit felt tried. any 'of'Fletcher's Red Band Brand Bon Eons are Miss'M.. V: Edwards',- is opening her .

r u : !J.twin. .F bind It at' the City Just, as fine as any boa bohs to 'bet line of!flail and' winter hats and they '
.., ,I." "
.., =' had anywhere, and they are muchcheaper are sptendii .nd. 'magnificent crea \M/Vi/\M/\8/V8/V
... :
-; -
;; i.-A3 I at Surrency & Powers, Try tions ot\the millinery\ .art. She wants ,
= e. '....--- .- r.i' wDJ,1ItacksonTtlle. was ;
IadT.IA.Live. ,
at her
*"t I them. every Oak to'call ;
i dWthla' morning, registered store and see them: Go early before ,
hfp aid M3 too 'small for3L j$- ,City Clerk 8*.",:'P. Mays went down they are\\picked. -Zj. 1 over', : L i
Lj "
;" to Perry yesterday to spend the day :- iii < ice E

,- ififrtUig] i in (the Printing ." ,rH. 1 Dow ling, of DowUug with. Mrs. ;llays. and his little. grandson *. Learn Stenography-- and Typewriting ,,
ili ti -
; "pity hours
for a'few
if Sparkman Sanford, who is still it pays better than a clerkship,
+_ wNkis our limit ":' .,,;,. ... -, quite sick, ; teaching or day labor.. Our $30 of-
'f< __
*..ff ', fer lasts only this week. 'If you be- \ New Goods, Stylish and Tasty! j
LB.Brooks, of Terrell is in the
A MMHIY:: IF MAIL ORDER FRIIiliNl C. Wafagifew.days- with, his old Just what is in Cascasweet is on gin now you will graduate and havea A
the New Year. M
the bottle in plain English, Best foraby's position by
*Wt Mends.IjlBrimlJ.
...."'- stomach bowels and loss of Southern Business College and Short- TON"wiU
.. '
,- 4':2, THE BON=
-< sleep. 50 doses 25 cents. Sold by hand School.
t ) came in Saturday
n 1M. Unen and MOM' "'M4' City Pharmacy. *
Rag papers agent the Ethel
..twl nniIn Florida and with weS Iki: Ereawell. Rev. Ct A. Ridley is at Antioch, ,as never before,try to show up ,,
of from where he will
wife five miles
? Col. Max Myerson and town
\\&n PiM. .lltnt, nQW type, and artistic :.' Jacksonville were in the city yester- be all week in a protracted meeting. /1 the Prevailing Fashions this Sea-' "

l m ff&W you with Stationery as cheapII l. tkalint i DC. Qf of the Park Park visitors was to day. Mr. Myerson la one of the most This la one of the oldest churches In son, therefore the Ladies are invited -

fly went. In the South. A trial prominent business men of the Flor- Florida, and it is hoped that a good 1
,yesterday. to call.-Too early to list goods
Mill convince ":," ida metropolis.For meeting will follow the efforts of Mr. 9 ,

i Jft..u.,. n'RSISIIF.DON APPLICATION.riORIDA : It'J.LBrush'":". ._-. .. and Miss ,Nellie backache and rheumatism useDeWitt's i who Ridley is assisting.the church and Mr. Odom ,/1 but look for future notices : : : f:.

:2 of< Jsrksonville, 'were in thedsr
Bladder Pills.
-, f ernOon.'i Kidney School for the Children!
.- Cleanse and purify the blood. A Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the / Bags KI

week's treatment for 25c. Sold by digestive Juices of a healthy stomachand .
.!-u e W, of Jacksonville,
: will stomach in shape '
City Pharmacy. put your
WI PUBlISUlN6 CO. ; .li tsday tq make' some repairs' I! to perform its important function of /I ii i\
2mUma trick \( i/
plant. passed' supplying the body and brain with Il
sshsps-- Rev Mr. Odom of Starke
&flit OAK '1t gbh ,through our city today, enroute to strength building blood. Digest /l Mrs. C.W. Bache
the Park
; spent part
Antioch church near Rixford, wherehe what you eat, relieves Indigestion.; !
--J I
la the city, shaking *
M *
is to assist Brother Ridley In a Sold by City Pharmacy,
>da lire ,Oak friends.
series of meetings. "" /F:"' ''' ''''
'm'I' !!1 r4til''
-- Dovltng Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wood, who

Cl returned yesterdayS Misses Vivian Evans and Mabel have been spending several monthsin
RAWFORD & _Sajannah, and left
_. rflOon for Jacksonville. King who have been visiting Miss North Carolina returned home
Bessie Johnson, in the Pine Grove Saturday night. We are pleased to

-- IMtOKERS ::= OfUs, >ho has beenaialt section returned home Saturday af- learn that Mrs. Wood is entirely re- THE ORIGINAL r"NED

to her son, A. J, Wil- ter having a delightful time. stored to health. Their many Live The 'idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on S't
( ;
STOCKS AND GRAINi ".home yesterday. -- Oak friends are delighted to have the bowels,and thus assist in expelling colds from a-
T. J. Webb, one of the successful them at home again.
_. the system is new and original in Kennedy's )
ASrt r of the Rocky Sink farmers of the Luraville section was -- Laxative Honey andTar. Nearly all other cough

I'i ;'$tht Investment which will lta. the dty this morning In the city this morning. He is a Capt. C. J. McGehee and wife ar- cures are constipating especially those contain-

:i It to 30 per cent per month on { IfS06 pleasant calL deputy sheriff and came up with a rived in the city last night from their ing Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and

"". negro woman charged with arson, honeymoon and today the Captainhas Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates.LAXATIVE .
*** with no
practically J VWed friends of the been receiving the congratulations -

St us about it. ..; furs tattle Early Risers. Miss Alice Appleyard, the accomplished of his numerous friends in Live .

$150 fold t daughter of Editor Apple- Oak. All are glad to have them at A certain, safe and harmless remedy for

.VR Rando1pb & Co. Capital .- --t4 yard of Lake City' was in Live Oak home again. The bride is very popu- all, Coughs, Colds Cro1Jp,-Whoopng: Cough

I a few hours today enroute to Hamp- lar in Live Oak and her many friendsare La Grippe Bronchitis Influenza and all Lung

.... [ pissolatlonTh .: Te Oak Saturday atter- ton Springs for a two weeks' visit. pleased to welcome,her as a per- and Bronchial affections. Mothers praise thechildren's
tots I red manent resident of our city. favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey
., tQttt copartnership bey at the Ethel. '
;. A cold is much more easily cured and Tar
B.A KamPh'e
Utln, between C.
"* underButs $ ithson, of Wellborn, when the bowels are open. Kennedy'sLaxative Don't forget the opening at the TAR
!U Humphreys
y t'M'J' Noveltt\ last flight The Doc. Honey and Tar opens the Band Box tomorrow and next day.

: ... .. of Florida L. 111hUrtl' and good natured as bowels and drives the cold out of the Mrs. Lawler has made her selectionsthis
t Ott UU day dissolved A. tiJI t Prepared at the Laboratory of X. C. DcWXTT CO.. CHICAGO, U. 8. A*
HUIDPhreYl system in young or old. Sold by City season with a great deal of care .
13 03 BTB2T BOITiS.Sold
assuaIngsa MVj Pharmacy. and everything she'will have on dis-
flue the business collecting !- 'I : inett, who has been play at her opening will be strictly by City Pharmacy.
MUUet and
.... @
JlUlfll m.and relatives In Jack- men un- up-to-date in every respect She hasa
; t. ... 1 Co E. lIUlfll p ek>< past has returned and can- beautiful line of everything the
n .. A. L. i i'f' married to travel .in crews
p4. 1 ladies will want for fall and winter
h........ lE1p1431kQi ,n, 1906. .r ,z > vass country.and town on small sal S S2S2Sl. 2 2J&V a a 46 3WM& AM-OC YAXAIAIAI -
t ,. 'ttA.. ... -. .- ; are nuking r a I arY'rl',good; commission. Splendid costumes ; besides a large-line of other
4. .....''... llcmocrata4Tedireiugnt J c 1 ,:." -. Bead BranCan-: opportunity tor a hustler,:: experience handsome goods. Ladies;; be sure and ADVERTISE in the DEMOCRAT |
I .''ention call at the Band Box tomorrow, and & '
..... at'the Viola
lays -Ils/oj/ Nothing: not Jle; ssary. Apply +
t; .. $., next day. A
fit .. ..;;'."" House. U. s.- Uvlng to\. tf -f" A

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r 1..; : ; > "' talaaiaisn ;
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We ,still bATe ,Our' ':BI-.Jt: ha br tute :
plates. And there'rtaH ome$ U& c .
I ,p "'-, '- '
wilderness here and, another therewhere <':
an fieteE -
BUTLER 'BROTHERS : now there is HOB, .for. eve ry- ofttn; 1 H**

thing motes In ckcles1-bleb 18'at ineY
new (discovery and the lUau who
all a ort"*" "'
today""laments a:'dearth'of the wilderness and fay ever lfi\i1g\ op

may lire long enough to'find hlni-: coq, peadiet

: fall; Announcement self one dar wielding' an ax as' dun as the eernpe tab. str nt; but t.'"

,1n" ; the pen he now bewails wIth-and for hehenefita to b. :

A new feature' of our stock this season will be a complete tJ"DOt miles remonstrate.from'a grindstone.slth the writers.We.. ,shaII who the Section sse 5, T. thaj Olt19S do nut

V"O { .," are picturing us going to eternal smash of the .
: proceeds a. "* -ih >
line oft for want of tall,timber. Their work Is Iwrfcf drainage 1"li ryweeJ<
____ _. _.. _' aem for such dnumMn.. !\
not without its good effect In staying ApprwedMattUliv ,. .

thee denudation of our nearby recreation hi th fl ttH .

grounds and we are content to' ar :
f BOYS' CLOTHING That SectionCoOStitutfoa aloe st
watch the wily old wilderness creeping: I! Of the Scat, of f.-
awn*IB hereby amended .Bbeyshouinetb.ngjamlft
up In the rear of the advancing army vfe: m aSuDr

(1 ._ of invasion reaching out with sure sIlent e lenCourt rf>ti -
( fingers aJ! reclaiming her own. shall b. .
Every possible advantage to purchasers has dollar a year. The ssJi ;
building anew her razed stockades and .hail 1e three tbweud
been combined in our efforts to make our unfurling to the winds her dsfiant ban dollar.a years" it In tl\ia h
That the foregoing j place
Juvenile business a signal success. A greatportion nerets.Recreation. Article V of the( eatiwwdastsid yOU

of our stock are the superior produc- and the same shah he as ,
) the State for wPreial. ; '
\ !
tions of the Ederheimer-Stein work rooms. The Ear. of Inaeeta. general election olSectioIl re :' THE FIRST
Simply because a tee has no ears on L Article XVUattk;"I. .

the sides of Its head it is no sign whatever Approved May 31st,1- TMdimagIIL UVE OAK ft*.'

t.y that it is wholly without some ,
S :' .
That the oo ...,.Imp'h. ialfaattll
sort of an auditory nerve. This Ja the Constitution of uiStsfrrf. ,
y Ai Suits i in.double breasted jacket indkne pants proved by the fact that grasshoppers to the Judiciary Dei arunett tek CL 8Aa.Ill -:>'
km S3 of sail ArtkL lx prnsi S-t. :
and doubly breasted' Norfolks with bloomer pants. J rickets, locusts and_ flies all have their by agreed to and tiaB be, >d. ( .1L BROW W. *

situated iu place -uader of the State at the 1Uet\!__ lp.HoIDl.: .
ears queer
made and lined
:'t? 'Durably ;; carefully the ftrst Tue rfher. .*'a teJ1it1nt! > .
1 1k '- .. 1; the wings on the middle of the odj! .A. D.I te;J&c;;tie 'ro._'

$3. O to $7.50CHILDREN'S L and even on the' sides, of their legs. wit Section :g. The annual ,,' u

The 'common house fly does its hear. each of the Criminal Con ,c' --
i lit <- '
,". :"" ",., :: b lag by means of some little rows of hereafter to be. established aid"bJ'thecountJ''lrheruuduOUlh

r rf SUITS corpuscles which are situated on the shall be as follows: 1a CIIIIIIlioU' ic FLORIDA RAIL \
knobbed threads which occupy the thousand population! see tboaw?

Children's Suits in Russian Sailor Blouse with large place which are taken up by the hind, thousand counties uf population.scum fif tera fifteen tkae&s basa :;: ,, '..1.wrnt .
of,other of Insects. The counties of from Uegtj-Se ft OJ' ..tAr. It ...
',sailor,collars,.bloomer pants, made in accordance with wings species live thousand popula&a,tftand fe%a LI.U1INI

;: t highest_standard: for boy's clothing garden slug or. shelless snail has its la counties of more this tte ._ Kt
i organs of hearing situated on each population twenty-fiv h tuojid! t* -_

$2.50 to $6.50Boys' side of its neck and the common repealing tion in conflict any and herewith.ail parts a? !fee>H.

up grasshopper has them on each of its Approved June t,IjUft. Nat

broad, flat thighs. In some of the AITICLI mi tftllt
smaller insects the basesof That the following smend llutlfl
they are
the Constitution of the State of&3
iLl the wings and in others on the bottom to the Judiciary: Department feWS .. r
School ShoesA of the feet. boos 40;41.C. at4tJ2 " and the same ar*beret,
_._. ......._ be submitted to the eJeetenai&i. IC"It*, LL----- ..-.. f .. -
Webster,Dictionary given of ODe Mam, general election to be held utbe'*. 1 09 PIttpm m
Way ter the first Monday is NGYember.J.l --...-........ -

FREE with every pair. He was romantic, but bashful for hisage. ratification or rejection, to.wte T4 I ..,. .
( At twenty-five it expected Section of 40.Escsmbiarbnereyth There Eha& U aft! 11I.IILy", --- ....

D >. nowadays that a man should be matterof county county shall so determiM by%+ HI 'iii 1.1. I..... .... 'd1Jf;.,.-
fact She hs! in vote east on the,.uestiou ttue, It.-L.
: ( was equal romance, _
""" l. : a court of record and then Ail bit.' : LT.LT..__ -"-
I 1 Cii" W -,.' but a trifle older old enough indeed to court who shall be appaabd nth!,- &3&. 1rf

XTRAGOOJ what it means.. -This label l ,on clothing is like ( be a widow. The conversation had confirmed SU yews and by tbeSenateabaahsair'whose calary lb I" 4a.mAr--j..:....-) .'..'!. ::-=''...- '
turned on the ever important subjectOf aft hundred dollars a jtar peyab'a s et'U:

: -. r 'the painter's signature, on.,$ masterpiece of I mothers-in-law. There was a lull in the county of Eecamiiia. Tsa" na Ar-.r .... '
.. : ; .. record: now established in fsctnla m .... --
-" Ly --
art. "It vouches'for.the genuineness: of, the qualitythe perfection I the argument Gazing far she sighed and upon be the the adoption court of of record th .t u rodeo law| pi ..

r and said: ill officers of such criminal court tf sa --

I- of..the work, ._ I "\h. me. !. I.shall never have, another be officer of such court of Ttaxieti L --- m.
r mother-in-law: !r' "'" the duties and receive the fmc: ,:. _.. .... Ii1 -
until the expiration of their jseesR' I it pm Ly.- I --
Our men's is still, the standard in I He looked:at her with interest for a Section 4L The said ewrtisgjefe t ,
\ clothing department up to exclusive original jurfcdietioa.d aas t lit p m LT.._......- a.. ..._. 1
J moment and then suddenly blurted out;; which ahattanM alias ; WI
not capital
\ every particular-nothing but the best and in the latest styles. "1.Iy"motJ r-' died when I was very and shall have in Ewamfci*es.* i10pmlAr-_ -p -
t with the Circuit Court and GM9fe .... ...w
youns! county, the same original jurafflw*i '
.;,r" It was an inadvertence but he could cases and matter u the eneaiwrt ", Lr-,. ---.. ,- ...
'H judge of said county,and the eat t" \Ly.-.'.__'
BUTLER, BROTHERS not draw back. She threw herself into writs of mandamus iajnacnoa:, ;t_

1 his arms, and they have lived happilyup eertiorari.prohibition habeai emm ._.. '
proper and necessary to tilt eoBfW
'O-O--O-- -{D to now.-Kew York Press. their jurisdiction u the ores*_Iii JHpit
judge of sid county. except the JIll :tY- '-*
I thortty to summons and eDFaaaiP il. -

A Badly Burned Girlor Section 42. There shall be n- W' .... .._....
,, court in each year. Il3pmL.--
Section 43. There *h&a lit fat ,
.. .
boy man or woman is
quickly prosecuting attorney who ilafl K B _i HO.mLYfl -- '

AAAALLLALAAAAAAAALAALAAA. .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW.AAtA.. out of pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve who the Governor shall hold his and office confirmed for four tote fru*? s B\ 1 p 111,Ly--:..._.........

I E is applied G. J. Welch pensation shall be fixed by law.; sI l ....... ,. '
,promptly of Section 44. AH off enaea 1ritUeidarssas!! b IIj U' pili Lv.-- 1r"
3. .. Tekonsha Mich., says; "I use it in shall be prosecuted upon *; *;*. .. ..... ..-
to be filed by the prosecute t at G5 D 111 v.-- .w ,,

Special Sale on Dress GoodsiporIiiiii i I.t my family for cuts sores and all skin grand of may record.indict jury for Upgn of any the the offense circuit findiM tnaw court tf-_fw I*i* : 4'13 Y.----' ,

I --11I.
: ... injuries and find it perfect Quickest the trial circuit in judge the court shall!of emit weed.wMdgfor '-..*', .. I' 'ID.b I .
est Pile
cure known. Best healing be upon ormatwo.. J. ..
salve made. 25c Section 45. The clerk of aril !m lief tlMw8asare ..
AT at Barclay & Groov- elected by the electors of lleurbri *:" til l legs gb or Talepbe..Si seise.
t er Drug' Store. shall hold office for furyeaa.ssdar f: 8tatoas. !
.. tion shall be fixed fcj tow. tile,* *if:'. c-n.I. Iwsiciel Atfee
be the exeestmcourt .
bia county shall
= NOTICE OF ELECTION. and his duties ud fees aki3fcs*
The Ladies' Section 46. The sane ruksjrf
t WHEMAS. The Legislature of 1905.under the practice which obtain in tile *|i '
Constitation of 1885.of the State.of Florida did county shall obtain w the eourt ?' TlANTIOGOAl
,.. pass fiveJointBesolution.propoeingAmendmenta laws relative to criminal courted..w."J ;
to the Constitution of the State of Florida and as otherwise provided knack.111 ;
the same were agreed to by a vote of three- control the court of record.may W nenda**'.
fifths of all the member.elected be had from the court d
to each House
All this week we expect to sell Dress Goods 11: that the vote on said Joint Resolutions were en- cuit court of another county Wand tb a0.
tend upon thier respective Journals with yeas under the laws providist : { Florida Georgia. A = r
> and nova thereon and they did determine and venue from the circuit evert at-1It! W ,
3 at prices greatly reduced. l direct that aaid Joint resolutions be submitted to circuit court of another ww .1-i jIDaJ'
I. the electors of the State It the General Election in his discretion order the me-
I' is November. 1906. Escambia county or of atlJath done -: Virginia: North Cat '
... I't Now.TBEKEFORE" L H. CL4T CRAWFORD.See or more terms or Para d tarn't ,
... ; retory o.t State of the State of Florida do hereby of record. Any civil cause a tb!
I give notice that a may be tried before a rsferea 12 Hari

W e have the largest stock of fine dress goods in the city, in fact we have i I III.> GENERAL ELECTION qualification may be tried of by the a judge iwto ad"f hte tad*:JL. r South Carol

more than we have room for. We must reduce our'stock this week. Now is the I r will next be succeeding held in each the county first Monday in Florida: in on November Tuesday of ferred any other to the county circuit,court fa the d yp1/1 few',

chance for the ladies to purchase.their fall.goods at reduced prices. A. D..1906.SIXTH the laid DAY Tuesday OF NOVEMBER.being the ceedings ing Section to the in 47.same the The circuit preyis SupreMCWt court DIII Wg<1lrrTj. -: The Great Highway *+ t 1 u t

j for the ratification or rejection of the shall have appellate jurwdo E
ffJ '* .. .' <- .. '. """" Resolutions proposing Amendments to theCa"tutwn Joint- and in equity originating ....ia i OFIU.r
c of the State of Florida.vie and in cases of conviction
: !;l 1'i i ft of record. The circuit cosRr!" 012 .

;: r.; ; : *, See the new grey plaids at 4Sc '.ard.i r That the following ARTICLE amendment XXVffl,to Article XVI demeanors shall have final tried in the court+d t hf0+s d ,

3 t of the ConstitutIOn of the State of Florida be and peals or writs of error Prase r.-
it is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted of record whether to the SuP'01'
J > *
t to t t
the TUR
.. electors of the State at the general election. to cuit Court.. shall be proseoitw ,
7 I. be held on the first Tuesday afte the first! Monday and according to the Mara robs I

i You will, find any quality and any color you like-all new and up-to-date. \I,,S a-8ctioD November., A.D..1906. for ratification or rejeetion. preme proceedings CourtApproved from the CircW ORIDA AND WEST INDlEl :

":. ,r'. Treaearer 32.the The Governor the ComptroL'er. the June M90a.. ,

A. F. C. Ginghams lOc. I there Bioilei'IUceeoi8el'l of Agricultur4 in o.ace.General the are State hereby aid of Florida the Commia-and AITIcis aasu AND NEW YORK I '
I eonatltuted
That the following
and "f
board d
a of ,
draiaage Sate -
I i era, and art hereby authorized commissioD-I of the Constitution of the ad J s e

Calicos all colors 5c. 1 r'S and establish system of eanala.drains and.empowered levees dikes to the witted same to is the hereby electors agreed d tM to a b ,
reservoirs of such dimension and 1R Tlltwroi HONTQOSEIY m' nEf J t
depths iD for re
I::: the judgment of aid board of aa era I election in 1906 d
''r lioDerl is deemed drainage commia- Section !. Either branch f [ [

Fruit of the Loom bleaching, Qc. I I:,:: of deemed the Forda swamp beat, or and by such overflowed aid advisable pare board or Lands,of portions to drain within thereof and the reclaim State aa fa ,a,meats agreed regular to session this by three CoMtitott thereof.-Mths d*,"all-a- !.ILLLT EOL 1 114 }-L

I lionel'l from time to time drainage eommis- ,ed to each house, such P"* J :'f;
1 irrigation of aDd to Provide for the be entered upon their resPx r::; -
3-4 unbleached muslin ,= the lands reclaimed and to 1 M
maintaiD the and arid
I, such aulh eansla manner drains 18 will.bevees be meet.dikes and reservoirs in newspaper yeas in nays each caunt1W k A.N CARS AND THROlKmt*** At
I territory 10 drained, Idyantageoua to the published, for one month -j e

4. Ready-to-\vear goods arriving daily. New suits, skirts, waists, etc. Our Section 31 and the That commerce the the board State thereof.6f Florida,its inhabitants the which next election general the elect same sh a+a TO rJ, *tIe Coast Line mileage fc *s *

=: New York dress maker will arrive this week. I missioners to establish are drainage hereby districts authoriiil"of' and drainage empowered com- electors a majority of of the the State electors for sDP rota*s; sK : _,', far East as \VashiAl. s' a .

.. anes thereof in the State and fix the bound- meats at such election sha ddr ti and
r I board of drainage tJf Fbraa. That the rnentethesame shall beeiB New Orleans; r' \A
thorized and eotnmiuionen N and it is au'i tution. The proposed s
of all the to prepare a list or lists submitted u to enable t 1
alluvial A
i 'i or swamp and o .
able I'anda Within such overfttwed tax amendment separately CONSULT we PUWUP -
drainage r
l aDd levy teeediig district or 1Iistrieta. at the election at which for |
teD eentl an acr e tax not ex tofore adopted by the***#> rl::&di 11i

THE LADIES' EMPORIUM and annually the;various by laid tax board per& &ere of drainage per InnWIID ii to 8Iiionen be fued, a adoption part of of the the ConstitUtW same. bars ed and M informal ....,..

ties &asesItor of the various eonrre June 61% & ns. .
embraeed m Approved schedules ... :
w eaU
: '.. drainage dllitrict or part or in whole within such The votes east in compwn0/ .." on JMr I...r.
for- ; drof &ta and enter theme Ib&I1 receive such amendments and the ., C.BOYLsToN, Diat. ru. A4wt' 14\ ?
31' Headquarters High ,Grade Dry Goods and Shoes at Low Prices. tor coon h or counties m upon the tax nulls returns thereof.shaC beT.J.H.WCKKOK.S14 why:vale
which alleh lands restricterrusre ,Tr".Pua.AIt.W. ..
tie and the amount 10 levied mar: ulaatiensand fitole tt .
t.' : fortMcdalland age cimmiuionen in such br: the beard of drain- General Elections in the G. Pager ........
= :Agent ; Home Journal Patterns, way be prescribed bJ'the boud manner and form IS IN TfmnatNT s 5a50 (. Trap Maws

I'. nsiouers from time to time which of amounts eh ll L.S.1tateao a< JI-lUTt. Gm. r... Arm\. aele.wi 4th .t

!=1 ''Free Delivery. L. "S., Harvard ,Proprietor. Phone 159 r '.. other be counties collected taxes wherem th..ario eoDeeW such leyeq ia have been made of the. ( Capital 1906. ,t the tu><

l r.eeonIance
and & with law. IL
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:; 1 ff 11M .. & sad fopfU therefore fo'make'him;avant,'end ."_Jwvp..Aa 7 4Sp: Ar.Jaeksanvfll S.Ry Ar '
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toe for 19 SOp Jessup.Ga. 8. .
...1WM .. .IDU...aet eakyf UEIOII. t&kethe iifing opportunities three adjourned to the nearest inn; AL;_. .,_-Ar.LT Z 50a Lv.ttacen. Ga.S.,Rhr -i--, .
UOaIAr-Atlaata. : -
eiMti eoademna:: grand took bis liquor kindly; So did ... iLy'T I.:..1..>._.... Ga-S.Ry.Lr ir
tot .
:J. *. 4JtIdl .M sue h p reen.bme..Lv SOa& ... Ga..,S. By LT '

:i- ;i w...hI I/P "tile+"re r.IIefte1Ita tion bd PaId t4. : !tfiient'but':; these. .opq other the asylum Ana'wbea the the trio arrived ....DaaviUe.Lv. t S 2Sa 4Sa IAr.D<oa.Ga..S.ArChae'anga.TS. By.Lv ByJ.T ..'., *

governor could ._.
W. Aln 1 h' : (J.L 5 3fe Ar.Lexiazto. KQ.&CLr jf R
erred make head or tail of their{ : .. I ",
storj. T4IpAr.Qne'aatd.OQAC.Ly. .
: at sutra tt.U kiss Legi i -. : do not comeflrthe ..
eeeuement at unities)] therefore wired to mayor LT' p LT LSno'natd.O Big 4JU ,
J. '''" MIiID of wch tlraitlatR ; Ar.Wishin8to..Lv
7 lOa r-CciMio, Cl Big 4.1.Y'
1IId him .. )
II u.. t which was the who .
; I'OCeecIa t man was _.Baltiinor _,.LT
The, ."'I k ...... of therefl'Qla. be, detained _W.Phil...-L. S! : Pates.Ar ., _

**.* it ...,..... { Ie IUch drainag puAMftVtd I-..- pry; :W.eeki mOnth. ,' OC .Y t:1: ." grand, but'the.telegraphist The; major :jrppiled, l ... New York...LT -7-.Ifla;.;; {Ar.Chieago Pa. Lmes.Ly _.:,:-
# t 27. : .. ,. .. ., '. spelledi"! t 8 45pLv.Cine'ata] 1L&'D.Ar "
1905. l j' ro
.... ... :i'' y" A "1..1 ,.s. TtiaiArfhiageMva.EoutsLr
two .
_" ; f", words. "Le grand" (the tall and Florida Ex- : ,.
bet! t i iJ 'AiCaaNtotot '' -'t ,:1 meantime this ) Pullman Drawing Boom Sleeping LT.Cin'nati D.Ar"': y
",,,,,, if; The, g cernor. on. exauiining the and Jacksonville to New York. 45p C H.& .
iI "" ?1 5 ffl. Ar-Toledo-C. H.& DO
I'I'M' hI the Stay of ; men, saw that one was much -"WashiftCtOlk and Florida 7 5aAr! Detroit Mkh.Pja.LT .

'4'M .....I :;r II hereby amende4 p I ey-should' be earning' ( than the others. so he prootp,Iy cl:1p Pullman to New Drawing yorlCtDining Boom Sleep Car. -PLY, Cin'nattBigFoor

4 $ WIit ...,.. l. 'Boctbnr t. The 'c: him into a strait waistcoast and I 0 .. .. -3"- ..... Ar.Ckvelsnd.BigFetrLv-, '- .

*** fe title =Coot!aha11' 'ot -: the other two away It was three LAND or TBK SKT 5 P1iLr.Lex .. ..Rp.Ar" ..
eithing and Jt can Jf \ 810p'LrLau!svilie..S. Ry..L
The : ;,
$I tfl.eer61! fN1. 1IkU",. three a Baler, oath : later before the error was dhicoverOOlamarek i Jacksonville Fla.......-Ar 732; Ar.St LnuiB..S. Ry.LT .
W i fan! ...j. ....,.a rem.H +nd flee :%Savannah, Gs..;;.,..:.At 19 Q2a Ar-AnniBten.A&Ry-LT .. ',
: ";
Tba& the fOl'elroiJl& ;" it in this bank. .ColombiaAshville & C.-?." L* 13 Ola BirmhaKA.S.By. >'
V elf the ame 1ru place Forsare.-- .- ... N. C-_-.Lr !QSp aKllQlhi&-.Fr'o8CQ.J.Y!
rata Coll.lltitutica .
II -ot Springs, N. C._Lv "
a lame IhaU be Bismarck ,could forgive but 9 tOe Ar Kansas_ CityFriaeoLT
t1M.tat.e. IUbtai laeteetioa ., Knoxville.T* ".. *.. .
for -
$***>** ...... approtal or ''" 1 wished to do It after 'proper .- K--Ly 8 30p Lv.M.s, Ten- .

,Cj; b M M P16mIIEf 4tS &ettiolt 1.ArtW.Wofta of repreaen i' n. /FIRST NATIONAL BANK, tion., At the beginning of the : : ..,.. Loulll llnatt,Mo..Lv O.Ly 9 20a'Ar-Hot Spnngs.Ark.Lv; < ,

** *.. tlul I Jlpr.,8d May! 1906.AaTICL2. "' war Field Marshal) Wrangel who Ni -Daily PsKmaa Drawing Room Baffet

4 ***** tarn. xXi:.. ::. ,LIVE OAK, 'FLA.! at the head of the Prussian troops \ DINING CAR SERVICE ON Sleepint Car Between ,J* k oaTite.J Henderson.:
Tbt the ALL TBALNS. .. Jla.Athvilie.Hot Spring Knozoili and Cintinoatti -
J 1 TWt tile Collltltutioa of am.nd.'eat: fe exceedingly annoyed at one point I -
tl.e '
.,. Ie LU Judiciary De)utmellf.Sute at be telegraphed not to advance : -' o. >" t
bt &a M. Uoa It of said ATtidn V. fob and he returned LinutH-Difly Solid Vestibule Train. Through day washes and PaUiBin '
tiQ ... agreed ': President C. A. HARDEE, t a raessag Steep.
to and IhaU bi olmogyd ggp Atlanta.Chattanooga CiBeUnatU.
Vic Pres < Ala Pullman Sl Car
ej>ipg mup\\
ILap el tU 8uq W. J. HILLMAN Wham that -thpse : !
: tM at tilt nneralleeuoi; gDSN,, ashler, r King : J1C8. Col via Birmlntham Memphis Kansas City.
-39i if ft .ArM Tuetrt.r the first who the .
tudJ b w.A. D..J. spall most successful -
ei? tfcW Itza. Wit: #.ratitia.u..A.aT T' tions deserve the gallows" After FREEMAN. District Pmsaeoier Axc&t.108 W.Bay St.JI JoDtiDe..Ha.

lt# &** fet ... eecb ktioa of the 9.: CrinlinaJ he allllllilalary or t Bismarck' Ignored him completely : .P.T.K. W.H.TAYLOR a. P.'A. BROOKS MORGAN.A.G.P.A;

Imtt 1 ,.ws 01 ti IIcnaftep b.. eatabrl&bed Cour delay 4s 'one day they met at the king's : .

..... t.IML"tt .I7 ttle.tit eountJ.. s hen IUch rontt'a .where It was especially awkward :!

> #1 ....,. o.Itt u.oa.nd populatloB.tol1ow. In on COWltleaof, thOlJaA1 )FLORIDA; RAILWAY.. preserve ,a coldness. Wrangel. 'Oak Perry & Gulf
eagatlea ., .. WaJ ala everybody "duV and presently ,
v SCHEDULE.ilffla.
., IIMrtt. 11M -u..of from ...,"'1i\--!- i turned to Bismarck. who was 'seat
htstt '" tbouaand : AIL TRAINS ON S. Lt, L. RY ANB A. C. 1..RT. AT LIVE OAK. and
I..I next him. said "My son
...14 ewntin -1 Railroad
tttiw ot Company.
: .
tar 5 I popa'aUon thou not forget "No. was the "
WrnJjns and : .
.. any alt
1M t After
LL. .I U. !ii reply. a pause Wrangel ,
idI ltie4i .. 1ft Ap iov ,d June 8. 1901\. 1 -'No: !2, 'No. 4. again "My son canst thou not EFFECTIVE .

MM fit ttM "'.' Mail Local Frt giver "With all myheart" said : .
i :
; .. .
Amcu d
XXXI ; ,,. '
:.. t:. r '" f I STATIONS. .and ; c: I.If )
'"t N botddh6itE ..... That the follo ameDdmutl to Expreu.Daily. Except marck, and the breach was healed. .Wei H..o r NO... + '
t** iat. b the the Cooititution of the State of. >.. .' Sunday. ,<, 1 o c: 6"c: 1 del

bate to"Jladlelal7 41. Co C3.Department?46,44 ud tow.7. { ., Danger from the PRSaenger Fri.IJIdPua' STATIONS" : :. b 11:2:1:: z f 'J.c z

V. be aad the & .:.. :s ii.. = ;I

... .... SttSMfiyttsS15tor \ > o'-aLY._ .,... "Live.. 15 Oak-. ..... ..--Az-IO 20 a m 110 pm There's grave danger from Sunday No. &Only DeDy NQ.ex.a Sua.. ""'; ItJ _Q

tw 1. fttificAtioit or reJection. t tea* !* t. : :: :- --- -. I a m Ii U p mPA P. K. eve P. K. P.,M. A.. u. A.JI.

tP II III .lpJf1f4 roe 8 Dtrot ctlon 40. There shall U tltahIIW! "" L! ""..'.":"_....5 e ......__._._.;...L : 'f U am' 618 so prevalent, unless ;you take Leave 1.30 I 40 -- Arrive, He Arrive UO shrive 10. t Arrive I."
Eacwnbiji .
.q Iwby illy whenever .. L Pili King's New Discovery for US 2 U _Live Oak.,
.mutyfhaUao determine !by t mkS : Lr. ... .......... .. __. .....L.. 'US 800 ....Boek, Sink.. ,411 6.8 US t.ll
,n 'SOam f1l
rete $ lpm I I.U 1.42
........ east on the acatku atI a ria 14 tion, Coughs and Colds. ,Mrs: L62 801 _..starr ...c, 5.11
i ... a coon of record and then shell b,V' ""- 'f" .. ._ ____... 81S Mereer US 6J1D.9.E8 9."
.lt1 to I'8In1' whollhall alpomtedbytberw 'J- Lt." : ; 8.6 ,8U. SOS pj Walls of Forest City Me., us I 30 1 4 eS 6.11 ash '.118.

-tfwlblttett t4 Ii'lt&tl ed and by the whose Senate salaryh Mho shell hold in Ar' :_..-' __.'._. ...-.:.Wilmarth..WUmartlu._._.. -.. __..__.Ly 938 a 4 SO pLv It's a Godsend to people living B Ar.09 I.OC Ar :S 40 Li caete.. L. s:56 48 Ly(6.00,011 L.axis L.6aa
ilbstve 110 Park
..b Ire hundred donn t reap tuytbli+ nsa d ...-.. .. .". ..... ........ -_..._Ar.. climates where coughs and colds Ly 4.45 Ly. Dowling Af S 39 Ar 455 Ar 1.10 Ar alt

:"" .ea bill .. \..tMCwiaty... now established pf Escambi in, Eac The mbiiw ertmlula! !! 'f." ); A", OJ_-".",.....',--, Lyjavlie.y. .-_...__ vail. I find it quickly ends them. .u Ly U9 4.110 415 420 _-.Chanq...Beu..._... ,a S ss EO Lv50 A.rU8 t.06 8.08 406

Ifr, .itt1 ... .pon the adoption! of theta amenda n '. Lr.........,..,,...._LuraviUe,_____., prevents Pneumonia cures Ar..4 25 Mayo Junction a 28 5.03 S.N
and **the court of record aTn r5ta 4.5 4.51 .. ... 15 US Ly 9.00 iTaoa
alt efficen of aueh eruBiaal court of|not ',i.4 .__. gives wonderful relief in Asthma I 6.00[ Lv. 4'M 4 40 ... silo"_. 19.144 Ar ass AfUI
8.06 "'-
f officer dudes*of and lueh receive court the of teasel emohmetai u4 til .' ";d1-; ",, Lv............. _.W mar 0.r .'ch..i... .__.....Ar. 36 445 pprtlLt.w"w.n..says.w.w5awanf100R11er.u..w..LT i Hay Fever;, and makes .weak 6.l0'626 4 6 62 lE _.. Townsend.9_.smith.-: au ee 4.1 4.50 US US' 1.3..28

1lbrtw'dr' .w tM upiratlori, of their prveaal to i : ; f 3Z a III 4 32 Pin strong enough to ward off U8; 3 Z1 f+..Fcllhollowl1. Lw E 247 15 Ul 4.02 8.30 8.15 LOB US
8eetba ..
/ The said court anti J1Idn : Ar. 540 ....PPm ....
Af 6.50
.... ., eielutlve original jurisdiction ofaa N i, L r-- _.Nonreod._.__-._...LT. 'ZO. III 4 U pm tion. 'Coughs and Colds. 50c ; Ar 630 JAr'fjSS, I Hamp"'n ip... I.Lv306 Ly LraYO 3.50'L.1v7.30.00 L-i LrSJiS UO
lilt capital which shall arise i in EicamkaMd ,,.",,\, 3.2 ,
**..* rtry hall have in Eacambia county CM 19 AI'.___ __..... .)Iay.._..-........._.._...Ly. 11 a JD 100 p.. $1.00. Guaranteed by Barclay

covnty with the the Circuit same Court original and jurudietia dread Jail tli .",'''',' '/T.T-.,_,._.,....._ ya...:;..;..._.___Jlr. Groover Drug Store. Trial MAYO and ALTON
.... ... ... fWN .*.*.and matters.the circuit coot lei< ,- ? "- .
,'r ., ,... ...,_Alton. ,. .
udce of aaid and the .' -n. .,. .
......, ...f mandamus county injunction aute, tie petawrnaoi Y" _._. ..__._. ...._'_....._ Fla'i I t Imo' f
'. 4 Ier orarf.( prohibition, habeas wit >' i. 1.1i Fri aDd Pass Paaaenger STATIONS. d Pass Frt. s Pus I PI8e1Ure! !.,
.. kN1,- roper and necessary to the complete Caps sIetheir "-' : Ar..........._......_......\la'o.._......_....., free.AILANTICCOAST No. 8 :, Na 11. 8 loIo. 1& Na H

\ .... Jurisdiction u the circuit wart tab 11.. ,_....... n..,,.. Jlayo....-.:...__..-.Ar. i 10'a"'m a 45 pmc" ij I U LINE'[ Daily ex.Sun Sunday Only hail?el SUB.- DaDy n Sun Sunday.Only
jud..of aid county except the pore i ... ::. 3.$ -P-K- P. K. A. H. p..M. A..M.
Jwelty to summons and empanel t gaud 1a pm .____._. ..__.......___.... 9 0'a m 325 plSII"Pm Leave Leave A etv Arrive ArgM"
Section 42. There shall be six. .tenor.. f "' 1.30 6.l0 Dowling Park 3.30
eowt IB each year. t .. v.:--!....._....Salt ,.___..__.Lv. 8 61a m 311 pmtf. ROUND TRIPExcursion 4.40 6.23 IMazo Junction US 3-90 8.44
k .kU ti.etion3. There ahall be fat uA w ..r:.. 92 U3 5.34. Clark 'UT 3.10
r ,I frweecuting g attorney who shall be spjiM lil_ I M !i.A. .____. _..Lv. a (0 I'm 245 pmtl. 6.OS 6.U Petel'&OD U5 8.00 all
', Anita 1t1f1a. Governor and confirmed by ue 6ea -e'j' 2,5 RateFROM sM 6.30 a 6.56 l Mayo' 1.0 a U8 a

the shall hold KU office for four fn"*Wpenaatkm -t' 11r.lljL'" : ,...,.;.,..,;..,...?...Cbarlten.,..,...._...._....... 183 a m 135 pm Ar 6.40 Ar 6..02 Alton b TOO Lv 2.38 ,L" 8.00
J, Wek1, 0.ft r shall be fixed by law. 3.9 Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak and
&abe 44. AU offenses triable ia Hit! : If.IIIL'.\ :..."....... ,,"......._._.. ._.__.._.__.._. BY3am l20D II aa to connection with other line, 'phone or call oa General Passenger Agent Perry
wall be -
; ... It 1 h 1 prosecuted upon information Sto -,"" [' 3.0II Building Live Oak..
bead by the prosecuting attars* "i p. '......-__ & ._.... ___.....LT.Ill 115 am 210 pm
', Zia aU nil grand Jury of the circuit court f.!rid .f u $38.40-Hot Springs, Ark., on President. r.. P. HOPKI 3. General Paaaenger Agent

a My Indict for any offense triable ia He t R .T.........____Dramark..................__L.,. a 08 a m 135 pa
tfffltt It qtdtk.I. ee record. Upw the finding of ouch) W* 1. daily; limit ninety days.

the circuit judge shall commit or bap ubn tIii w' ,. a P. ..., ....... ......_ ____.....Lv. 800 ami pm
... 04'altatay& i be for upon trial Information.In the court of record whirl-, $17.65lemphJg, Tenn., on sale

OrOOT. 8ectkm. The clerk of said court Pi K y ober 15, 16, 17, 18;
elected by the electors of Escambie ewe ttbeneeephsaeStatios, ifs( Flat Station (r) Register (s) Regular StoP. (a) October
0 shall hold office for tour years,and lot W 31. Extension.
Man shall U axed by law, Tbe sheriff fl 1| .T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent. ember 30.$10.35Atlanta .
few county shall be the executive & **I lEaka. Cee.nt Pawenger Agent.PLANTIC .
(tote*, eemrt,and bia duties and fees shall MKJ Ga., on sale
Air Line
&.cUoa", The same rules of f fractiie -
t be which obtain in the circuit told ober 9,10; limit October
I ewnty shall obtain in the court of.--.*. Extension to October 30.$10.35Atlanta
4 laws relative to criminal courts of temtd
Columbia Southern Pines. Raleigh
W u etaerwiite provided herein shsu arp4' COAST LINE Ga. sale ,
e1Ls er..o.trol the court of record. CwSMy &{ on

tbrasd *.sth 1Ws rte I be had from the court of reo"" ober 19, 20, 21, 22; Washington Baltimore Philadelphia New York
IIttee. rre.ei ,, toll eourt of another county for the_ ,
y w, a4 M rthe laws providing fad *l' leaving Atlanta October
I .. 4' wl. tkd Sail circuit court of another county ;Tn *l. :! .,,-.. d Extension to November Three Elegant Trains Daily
I ">ey fai hi*discretion, order other | t Ga.
epw"* $10.85--\tlanta. on
EUwambla county or of anJ
Resr.,4Kuo set or more tenna orpartsof tenM"1* s Ijrginia North Carolina and ober 12, 17; limit SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
4 ...rd. Any civil cause in the cow ? : ,
Stay hi tried before referee,or'-ass of"" ; ..-. 23.$13.20Birmingham. SEABOARD EXPRESS
t &lif nation of the Judge of the covrt w South
mgr ke tried by a judge ad Btem.or g'ia Carolina. Ala., on SEABOARD MAIL
lbvide esr Ttr.dq fmwd. to the circuit court of j"gel "' ) .
October 14 15 limit
bel I ey etlivr county in the same WM"IT? ;
.iMtothe same previsions as IOven.J i 1.-4:" ing Birmingham October
....11I.111 the circuit court of Fl PULLMAN
tWllua 47. The Supreme Court d .aTe 5 Great Highway of Travel from Extension to November
sktfl is LU t "., J
II appellate jurisdiction ..\ lad U equity originating in the c L $ 7.7Q-3acon. Ga., on sale FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pull

ft&t. Wrwurd a41*era The of convietion circuit court of of feint Estym:.. .J a--Eat West. North South. ber 11 to 17, ; Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonville
"" Skafl have final appellate Junsdletiw of read .. > limit November 20. York, via Richmond Washington. Leave St. Augus
d.Aasaon court
I tried in the
;--1.:,.....i. Kale. or whether pro ecuted WI f ,. -" $1155-Montgomery, Ala., on P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays.
........+ed recwd.. to the Supreme A .. .
......... p wt Court shall be prosecuted indat the : ..;.3, October 20. 22. 23, 24,
*t .. rufei rJ ,
ow r .. ofdin g to the same Courtrase to 26; limit October 29. ONLY LINE *
11I"114"RJrO.eeenaed. freestnga from. the Circuit 'il '

."..., .. tr ft... ... .AAppv vd Jua.6,19OS. ?-i: l lPA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED $25,50-St. Louis Mo. on sale daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.
... ..
f.-. e i i i" : ober 14, 15; limit ; Forjfull iHinrmntlon "".1 >! rr crv.-itli! iixinllrn
..... Aattcu XXXll \ nav net'rl of l Senlxuml or write
TM the following amendmenttof( J Je J. ND.'NEW YORK EXPRESS. St. Louis October 20.

.,1 .. < tke Constitution of the State rf WTj,i tension to October 30. S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.,
1."'" a lie. seme is hereby agreed to WW Assistant General Passenger Agent.
'WIIIr st.
\ .... Mtted te the electors of the State ; $32.80( -Buffalo N. Y., on sale
M oral election' In 1906 for retifiawoa or.. JACKSONVILLE
6! : 1et\IoIa.. Either branch of the;* ( MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY ober 10. 11, 12; limit

it es 6 ...-atar_Ion thereof. met R.., ty 'Ql ing Buffalo October 19.

t-f"; ,....f w M ....e reed.U to U this by three-fifths Constitution of.:elk-tht--- a [ ER" VIA ATLANTA. -Gulfport, Miss., on sale OF SALE. the indebtedness of said estate will
t $17.55
:. : s4 U eeek) house, such prOP 1 -$ J is that undei on Monday the first day of October
hereby given
$144 NllpeetiVO ta : '
12 13
entered upon their 1 : ; ember ; limit
....... tu pen and and shall be P'sew.ptpet order A. D. 1906, between tbe legal hours
>"'1wi............. nays where ber 28. of an issuing
.. ... U each county, ,IttI1 ... CARS,AND COACHES ON ALL'TRAINS. of sale of said day and at the front
fI i pat&.1u1 i, for one month unn- t_! : court of the County Judge,
ae.. I the ant general election of R'+ ""' $19.60-Xew Orleans La., on Flor- door of the court house In Suwannee
he Suwannee county,
a esari e ..... i' s 1ie1 Ilioa III e State the aaml, for shall appl'OnoC lt w, ,; Line mileage books, good to all points, via October 12. 15; limit the 31st day of August, county, Fla., bid off and sell at public -

N I. .eev.ead 6 Maktsi 1 of &:1.tlectorl yoU" t .. as St. Louis ober 30. Extension to the highest bidder
f ...r1. such election shall s ; Washington, and as far West as wherein and whereby out-cry
"* tMsth&.meAUhecomea! ;syJP i New ember 30. for cash, the following described
--'p w.b ewe :;; Orleans rates administrator of therefor
lilt.. The proposed an-- fOIl" ;' :;", ; 2500. as
.'+ue brl.Rata !S.b.ltt d U to enable the elect! '** i-i Excursion rates to other points. of land, or so much thereof as
...... .... AUs iiie i tat y ,5 of J, A. Adams, late

.'it. iN ,... ...... Mendmeatseparately.the election at which this IIIU are'f n W*"f ,';- .:.-- ," ... CONSULT-- THE. : PURPLE: FOLDER. Limits, schedules Pullman county Florida deceased, may be necessary to pay the Indebtedness -
t Woe adnfited by the electors t11p of the aforesaid estate to-wit:
eed tie.&..,. a,.,.bf the Constitution from the "" commodations and all detailed to make sale of so
....., aIi dftliA "eat.......... Apptur.d!Jaw;MM. ;.. .: [gfl information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- the real estate of said de-
"* sub Township four (4),
MIiwtt rteeb TU votes in eoraplian cheerfully given on application, to satisfy eight (8)), in
cant > be
t us call write may necessary
.., ..... on your nearest ticket agent, or ,
the east
.. .. can"&IIotH south of Range fifteen ((15) ,
-. in or by mall to
J.'i 4 q retiree thmof.shaD be IU WTI if I.STON, Dist pass Agent 133 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. person of said estate, I,
.., ... situate the county
#iesed reetriet ne I
\,'" .... .... uarorro"Fop 7r+',Pass. FRANK C. BOYLSTON n. as administrator
fI! Fla.
f.,_. .... Q Mra)Elections ia the Agent 138 W Bay St.,Jacksonville. and state of Florida,
... r ta Twrutomr WHERBOP.T I ha'L...., C. District Passenger Agent, of the said J. A. Adams, Suwannee
sk ......... .n4 and elrxcd the"' er Traffic Manager, General Offices, Wilmington, N

t f* N1e.. (11.1. jRut.'ef FIoJ'idaJ ftrat---atp .."\.f".d.,! ; 1 Agent General Offices, Wilmington, N. C. 138 W. Bay Street Jacksonville, t t If' the purpose of paying J. H. WBTHERIXGTOV.
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't qualifications. A day'' 'tborercan make ,' "" c a r ;;' :', "
., 1 from '$L25 to'$1,5oa'day; while a bookkeeper ; :; I '.have trained thousands i'of young, .sand wonif Q for clercial!.work, and played Jia&'" . .

or stenographer can make'from $15 i it ., iwsitions: I.will do the same for you if you place yourself under bur'instruction attft : !} ;: /. -

T ,T- to $25 a: week.. ,,1 propose: to give youu. a f CQLLEO&
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training that commands a good salary; and I SOUTHERN BUSINESS t--. .

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1 This wis on Thursday in the evening -1 fir, but I put them all In* t for: ,good t A bee gathers honey; by the, aid of. turned went cf the Apollo s-_ i 1
Mrs Preston reminded
him- measure. "tonguet"which :
Its <"trunk "lower lip" or
_ .An Autocrat or ; "Aren't you going In to see Jim pa?" "Them chicks dl i't come; out'n the/ : Is used as an instrument for ex'tractins Apollo had ppiicFItstruer : f T }
"Dunne's he's.call1n' with convlctlori. Ui. head e( t[
on me? testily, shell today; be..declared .f the nectar from flowers.--Thf, i
slew .alnu +The fabte
t "But you-Wa letter""I --' "tongue" of a bee la not as was once : '

f; The Poultry farm | ain't in no hurry toanswer It. '"\o," answered Jim quietly.. They.' /,too\\1ght to be the case a' tube throw: his making Apollo :. 'Cat; $_..--.-, _.
Pm makln*. up my mind." came out Thursday.: ) favorite rots thrj NI; .' ; u: i
ia 'milt
,-- [, wish the juice (Is 6ucked.;ut his ?' QO thtf :

By Otho B. Seng .' .. ,X similar reminder the next' eveningmet Josiah gazed at him in actual, con-'j'i i more after the.fasboii J of..alnW.brooniWth : :.-' name, i ; l tf ot tM >'
with a like rebuff., sternationi brushes or ,-
,But on Saturday.evening Josiah did "I Mr Preston," courteously,,;, 'I(; \ this broom the bee Flm it" t 1. -. .. ,
\ ,Copyright, 1800. ,by: a, H. .Sntcliffe, | not want to be reminded.. He marchedbestroomcarrying "I hope: 'there Is no doubt.In, your mind the bpf flowers,}}h'hon)'iearesretp efi.;mgterlal and t 1t : ed''theCc 1 t .,....""., ud. 14ft'f
dlnd ....:... aa$ tWtt .
I n smalLbasket ,that these chicks.came from the eggs ..\
ly wa+wswt+ws v swrssKwas down surface 3ttt
.i groovean-tbe-upper ot- each
.- Oue lot
was tu\1j1Jff
*Josiah Preston always bad,.been of a and displayed! Its CntentsI I you gave me?" the tongue to the...mouth proper From *t three $1 iOd rla 1I.tM:
twnty large fair and beautttul, Josiah shook his head I .tot
eggs ; mournfully.
1, dcgpx>Jl q idlfpositton>ir1bfut hls\Jihdrif| ;': t that point the l&Iw' jscjnveed' for SL? I 1 sew- Dy
_ toe asto1JI PJ jpung persops.f "S3; te said ..s1 wI1. They're all oVtflce 'rHet"1lrst .j 'ors, T
t jl through a minute Info I
tendency In this direction seemed to 'straln.wHe the slity"ducks of Itrt i
"There young man be growled; right I know the \ .t
called the "honey sere
'Strengthen after his remnneratlveexr Is answer. Three weeks ',, satin: silence'pondering over the' stomach vulgarly the sum of $21 If ioie' : :
;"there my a
real chen
bag.aThe'honey ba.1s.a II15Itt
pertinents In poultry ralf fug;. {j. f from towhtilyoa i bring me fourteen mystery: I Instnictfons-oai i ?_ .- ...
!laboratory, by some mysterious idtttd
Joslah'a mind apparently held but chickens out'n them twenty eggs. I'll "" :Hour doth. the littla :busy bee Improve i got .thirty ducks f ofl-. I
which has not .been -
one;,thought-hls jl ens._ ''Thejwrttijvas: >i = give my consent* ".escbshlning boor: suggested ,f explained process by science the juices yet are thirty for $ia-making i .t t pt"iho

.' "All right Mr. Preston." returnedthe Curtis smiling. "Bns are good 'for What became of the ;tai tip
made for the sole purpose.of providing ; converted Into honey. When the

,: them 'with a' sci'atchl1g'ground.. The young" man, easily. "I shall be on many things Mir.Prestan.' : ". j'r chemical process pure of transforming the War Pros a Tbt t ", :\- l
The autocrat sprang up excitedly. '
z sun rose to give.them light and warmth; "., "' :i nectar,into 'viscid honey has been com Perhaps the most, AiI
"Pa Preston be _
cried Flower Indig! "Jumnlnipgerbrea< : exclaim '
} night followed ,day' that they might nantly. "Jim doesn't know anything 1 ed. Til'let; 'a" dine yon'batcbed'tbem pleted the bee disgorges it Into one of fiocent incident la tki: t.t *.....1 --- yttda _c

have time to rest. the cells made: for the purpose of a re- leading up to : "J 4 Ntt'al
about chicken,raising and"- eggs out in the. beehive.
When.Flower'Prestan, Joslah's only "Time he did, then; sharply.. "He'll .Jim laughed pleasantly 1 j!I ceptacle. For:years. the mlcroscopists King Theodore of !>>Wt T tlit' '1. ,","
daughter; cams home from boarding j and the entomologists have been studyIng -. thumb bite. The $
dt ,. "'
have chanCe'to When 1:
a show what four years: "J surely did :Mr. Preston ,t1 a 4
school and her father. discovered : the bee's but'Its work- Wt '_l
by laboratory, practically a prisofierfiwhen ; --a .. I
of science is Flower showed the.inenbators three
good for. And any little me +i.Mm't{ '!i'iqIP-I JIIC':! !
o diligent questioning< that the words Incubator thing he don't happen to know youcan weeks ago,tonight. I observed! that the Inks 'are at present among the 'unexplained Mr. Stern,a Brit ____ ,$l -' t 1
brooder, trap nest: bone cutter .. !G. "lid-
mysteries. called the
to'that upon "klag C
similar in
learn him" and with a sardonic temperature was my ( 1-'W
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elicited no .answering enthusiasm he chuckle the autocrat. .tramped out, beehives. I verified' this on reaching 1 first mistake of tit?r 1 1t I .T tt'
y grunted'sarcastically' "A gal that's Horiie and C..... r w
seek audience I
I leaving a greatly perplexed young man': hohie by placing a thermometer In 'ahl"e > > an
been to boardin' school tor three yearsand"don't i and a dismayed tearful girl ,So I put' the eggs In' the upper i isectian A. famous veterinary surgeon declares the; king had dined .tool .' .
know a l leg band from a bone that grass beats aU the drugs In a8lMfk
his court Theseconii'ffalas'interpreters
of them
"He knows rou:1n't do It. she the hive, separating: ,
cutter. sobbed. "Three .wa b from tonight." i!, from. the working- apartments: of theb a cure for sick horses and two utter j jmen. arty stresave +

"You must learn about things'as soon "Good thing he gave plenty of time" !; ?e3 by,.a cotton clothl. I was positive mules. Horses should have a few The InefficJeucy;el- : fit t :
as yon cat;, dear whispered the moth quarts of dally from spring until
; grass
observed Jim, cheerfully they would! hatch)but you,may(Imagine angered the dusky a>baai >
rnerTousliO '"If you can't talk paultry fall, he The prevalent notion .1 f.rnany .
; "Plenty of time! echoed Flower |: my surorise'whcu C:cy began chippingthe ... ._ L and there he ordered the$ ... .. 1
I > talk with, your pa'l "might just as.1 that;,ii, is harmful as idiotle ana cruel, u
shell In nIne i
i despairingly -"Why, Jim, don't JOtt.i.; een'clays. en.- Mr. Stern, "uDAbJ.t:. 11r..JftUi i&
well be Id'the desert of Sahary!" Grass to. horses the "'" the atflpg 01 tf'c
same as
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'pn' ::
: 1 know, that twenty-one day's are required I guess I'll'put ta a brooder, sight turned, around ;_ .. ._ -
"There's one comfort" continued Josiah vegetables and, fruit to us. Their,crave"ing u.
to hatch chickens I said Josiah: recovering( himself somewhat umti."- Now, he was ad 7
; "I ain't raised the only f o1ier' ] for,It,proves their need of It. Yet and l4 J.-
'til f frfThese Las t $300
1 "Well buy a hen on my wI71 ctiipks ca me If, but to bite the tbUmh if
Is la this; county" .. i too expensIve' There ",' home and put her right to work with up ilnia a defiance and a'ihittance.
there. pa. Dlrs. Preston I patin' at this time in the night. away from It as if It was.,poison in- h std... tl I f' $
twinkling t
The quick 'pL
eyes. :
spoke soothingly. "What:,is the matter stead of the .life giving medicine it is,
There's very little chance of jour He bore the preelous.peepers away caught the Innocent, .;. 1 e< all Al
? muttering-woudertngly-:-'' ,1] '. designed by their Maker for them. ) .: -
being 'able to' get a sitting hen, I lad the missionary bit J4 ftM .
Squire; Curtis' boy got home from ., When the
"BrgsJ! Hatched by bugsj.! Arid two they, gnaw bark of.. trees, or I .-
collige t'other day and gloomily, : that sprang the war, the< ,
what do you days ahead of time!" eat leaves It. Is because they crave '
: "Is that a particular breed! inno t -
think, Instld of IItwlrln'law so's to help : grass and.can.tget It. Millions of bush- I forces of the king IUd bit
Later the autocrat announced In the .
his >pa, he's b eu"ltudyln';bugs. Four Gently'"Jim: Curtis! Don't 'know that !! county: paper the'engagement of his els of grass" waste yearly by the i own hand In his .reined dij. .] YltLQ R t.i ,,

years In collide, and don't know a thing you to the wayside which should be utilized for I daia.London Standard '_'" I ,,'J '1iJ J-'i-
but you must have a hen that wants to sit! I daughter !fbrilllant .young. selfentist ,. ,.
bugs .
our noble faithful helpless dumb col- mddibPflt.t ;* ; <
James Curtis.' ,
You can't make one hatch eggs if shedoesn't aestlslL .
"Maybe: his pa wanted him to," remarked league the horse thus itarrlae 1. \ "-
making him lie l lr ...... "'"" -<
want to. t -
Mrs. Preston pacifically. t healthy and happy. Summer Even for a man ta addiea M .' -
"Well, I can buy an incubator" un Told ;Her AVoe la Eons visitors .....,
his wife Ott. L4
as either fcy :
Waal/1, harshly, "I can't: crow over who hire horses should remember these .'
Squire. Curtis, none. ,,lira, boy. don't i dauutedly. i A stately woman of middle age was facts and give the animals a chance to speech, and for her to rat -, t rW t i.. 1 t tat0st ..; --

know nothlu' ,but bugs and, as near as iI I 'yotfd be 'four or five-days late bye! telling her troubles to a younger wom- get at the grass by the roadside once same terms constitute JJa Ilitilit i "' ";

kin tiger.out,, that gal don't know ,In the time you could order one.and haveIt ,, an as they were on their way to an In awhile Scotland. Any one v&ai b! tl1 nn.., nIfI. J ;asz .I r, ;,,,,,

thln' at ail The only advantage Is shipped here. And tomorrow U employment agency.. Wllkie Collms1 novel'"ilta tail, _.a ,., ..
it'ba let
It took her a year,less! -to learn: itr! Sunday, Oh" she cried understand- I "I have bad all sorts of servants" The Plausible Lie. will remember there a tsit *\ efod ..:; .. ..:..

When young Curtis,began,calling at tngly "pa had it all planned-that's: said the stately matron,-"and they have We resent calumny, hypocrisy and The heroine sends,a note, ts 1 J1b Ihi! a. ,

the farm, which he did with suspicious the reason he wouldn't see you until done all sorts of queer things but the treachery because they harm us, not signing herself "Your Wo_ c.t-t M fiH a fIiri., ,* .. .

promptness. Joslah's cup of misery was tonIght.' .. colored girl 1 have now embarrassed because they are untrue. Take the de- sufficiently careless and <.la tats fattti ttd's' t .. ,

full "I ,know, Flower," with sudden Inspiration me so last night that I really didn'tknow tra tlonnd'th .*mlschlef from-the en- -write his reply on the back af\ '_ te4wf'" tk if'1J !I *"" -- :: ""

; For 'the land's.sake." 'he exclaimed "I'll make an incubator.: what to do. My dear I was so I truth and we are little offended by It. letter and signs,, hhnself T|j entirely: at1if tl..... 3. "'"

testily to his wife, "can't you go In Come out and show me one of yourfather's angry I could have cried. Company Tura it Into ,praise. and we may be band. This note, croup ', uwttUit? *sea ." t1ea :-

there and sS-n" Indicating with his so I may get an idea of the came in unexpectedly to dinner and pleased with It.nd yet .It Is not cal tossed aside as.of. no rtto tom genano 5t.'jJlll Tti;.e j ,"

thumb the room from'which came the principles involved. ComerSlightly 'tha'j j'i I there was hardly enough to go around. nmny and treachery that do the largest the hands, of an, uttscrepd .*11 "" : -;:

sound of young voices and laughter. encouraged Flower led j I served every morsel of all that was .sum of mischief in the world. I who, to levy blackmail oa j ,.

"You let that galgit boys and bugs : way Meeting her father, she ask e.1coolly I i{i i on the table, 'and there was nothing left They are'continually crushed: and are keeps jt and produ $, ttof'marrfage. __ t QI! lzt .tom "

Inter that slim brain of hem and she : "Have ;you any objections t3my r tor the maid. When she came In to felt only In'bemg'cbnquered.' But It'ls, .1 ,Kootin Ioru ; --to M $t tIt* i. e. '.r; ;b

won't be good for D thln'" ,,showing the incubators to Jim palUe's I clear the table for,the dessert she took the glistening and ,softly ,spoken lie*.: gone through, and yet the WT .bout. vrrraltl t- .., __ ;?io=-

ItTb re, there(pa.- don't;tali! :BO loud. .going. make, one to hatch those In at a glance the emptiness of the the amiable fallacy,'the V triotic4ie of maredegally v ) _.:-Cblctt*(-* .iih t tilt t t ', """" '-
You didn't want my mil to-come in and .eggs. dishes. and her face.fell visibly. Then, the historian the provident lie of the aid. ,- t bate n.l iMi I, tti !f<; "Ji-.

Preston grinned. I seizing tue crumb tray and ,beating politician, the zealousJlle'of; 1i ,"- -.: ,
let when you used to come to see me." fhetpartl- I. r L... t ik$ Bplintt1ftI i Je
.. "\o'obje<:tlonS. Xot'n the least Go tattoo on it with the crumb brush, she san, the merciful tie'of the friend :andthe : ..&1".1KalAl. .
Joslah's face purpled he clutched at i I k .lIi !It H* ;
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i ahead! Show him all about: 'em. andtelijhhnjeferytalng danced around the table singing; careless lie of There is a group of JsW -_.'
his collar band as If he were: holdn;; .- : ; know. Twoa't I each man to himself south of New Zealand eane1 wta pf the .It. i u. .. Jl"'" -
*- you "My lord they've licked the platter clean. that cast tha .
;. "You dou't'mea ; he Jrtapk raysterj.over humanity .
gasped. l.Burden'.his ,brain uoae. .lie might put My lord, they've licked the platter clean terSjpr.Sevfn; lsfer pig! axed J yl&l
through wnidi
j .:.Mrs.Preston'' ive'thank any* .
nodded."Don't : ,; ., :
r while he to i a prt "
1 the eggs into cold storage "'Of her'd's to be subjected l' ,1 !Jo1
course I'stopped soon as man yhp pierces Jt) as we would thank
take It '
so hard, pa ,she murmured builds the incubator." : stint rainfall l e'UfemEpt : : y.
I I could regain my.composure, but not one W14 dug a ))11111] .
wp.l Hair1P31
r' one of.the. soothingly likeliest young"Jim men Curtis, and,-Is ,I autocrat,On Tuesday rowarted ol the third ,week; the before she. had given !It away to my !(that- tide thirst; forr truth flfsert; remains *the Fuego I Islands! *and-mtlj1lffi foi.1t 1Ddt.LHAit .. .......... e,...... :
'' "I co 1d'.t nd It better it 'twanvt for i I, : guests that they had eaten me ,out, so with us even wren we have willfully del uviag t' '' WT4JU.t tf., 11.. d .
Jim this Fbwer. I told that the rain often takes
saw to speak. I'll her left the '
the bugs be moaned: feebly. "If be i I! discharge Just as fountains) of It.-John Rnskln. On around -t qty et Uv lpI .. .
Hm.if ,he brought the chickens I'd announce I sleet and snow.
soon as can get another
didn't want to be a'lawyer like his pa. I I the engagement in the county Hess glrl"XewYork 'the worM from four&', "" that .... -1 ,

why didn't be take up somethin sens-1! !!,! paper an' give you $300 for weddin'folderols. >. ? Faitlifu to lilt Friend. nine degrees there ut,1?> ', .1 ... -
ToohE and
;Irving friends -
bier than bugs? What good is a bug? :!;I ." How the "days Svhen were, from which rain seldom ffi .fj'M;. ..tit ttr tett .. M UBttj t

Bugs-millions on 'em-couldn't hatch i i j Flower set her red lips In a firm "Talk'about human It Started. gling! beginners.they' were both strug. Is called the "zone of'coastio 1*J Jtion t.k'othtt bll k4 .-.j Ilie
beings 'On
having ,one
out occasion Irving
one chicken i i"He's -
'straight line bhe had not Inherited descended from such as your! exclaimed i was to" be but at the' eeW, ts r g tttI .. t "
to Queen'Ietoia "
studying bees now pa. and I i'all her characteristics from her sub- several localities along # .. "
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they're good for honey," Poll "They're much more likely to and was delighted at the hon h : 11., -
j j"he'has I little rainfall.
ever so hives I missive mother. hare evolved from birds. You can'tspeak or. An 'officious: court functionary took ....... ei t t as l 1
many -newfangled i I want to
I r "Lend pencil,
me your pa. their language, and I can." it upon tmself to tell the"player "not Vutfto V! $ $ oIn a
In his "
ones- pa's back Craft OB a
yard. 'i folde-
Josiah only groaned. 1 I. make" out a list of wedding "I don't deny," responded Jocko to mention this matter outside" lest Guest (at anniversary .- kt ellvE ese- .
:irols. '"that they got their long tongues from other actors such
:, "And It's all as Mr. Toole.might belong to branch of the ,. rat
pa. arranged only I I j I Saturday evening came but Mr. Curtis your family." think that one al r
said he'd have to be old fashioned! did not they should be presented Ily. I believe. Poor'Re1t1] 11otMt"tunat.wa
; appear.t. It was then that the two had their too. "Let me tell ,
you, sir. said that .
enough to ask your consent and }10w.I' "Where's the, bug professor Flowf Irving, belong to the branch
celebrated monkey and parrot time. "that Mr, Toole is .
not, :
er, like a good girl said she'd never ,f err asked her father tauntingly. Chicago Tribune. only a'deserv any plums on 1t.-Tlt-B1tL- la the 'llil =
edly renowned At s
eame lan he Is
; also ,
a .
anybody without her
marry in
pa's consent | "He's wrapping the chickens up truly Christian gentleman. Toole The Sheep Drives tit teat lrt Oi1
That's a good deal nowadays, i cotton so they can't take cold." re- often eatea If ,,
A"French View of EDKUabmea. saved me from,adverelty, perhaps starvation The wolf will perish. b31. #, # alt try ;;:'
pa. totted Flower spiritedly. To an American a Frenchman Is a when I was unknown. If.John sheep. The sheep Is not + 1wp3 f4 at'

Perhaps It was .because of Josiah's !i The old man smiled grimly, but the waxed mustachio and extraordinary L, Toole b not worthy to be glorious folk hare ttlwLtam
reputation for irascibility, perhaps because j smile died as Curtis entered the presented .
'y away stovepipe hat. In "Chalne Anglalse"the to her most gracious majesty neither Is sheep presses forward : 'f".
the young man felt that he could room. French Idea of Uoo8 ad Ty i
; an Englishman Is Henry Irving. wish yon driving;: before ,him .
'express himself more satisfactorily la i]I! Tm a little late Mr. Preston" he given. He speaks French with a shock- sir!"'-London Standard.The good day. driving'before him osn. 't .. '1''

L writing,-that his formal application for said cheerily, "but here are your birds." Ing 'accent ends every sentence with H>metntk., Man ,.3- wf

the consent of the autocrat reached i He handed the, autocrat a fiat wooden "aU right and when he Is Introducedto The.hyacinth, has its Yes, maa Ask those : --

t Josiah by mall :. \ box. which the latter opened with a woman does not;remove his cap Greek mythology. According: name to from the English, those thousand'.iL # Hha :
The'old man read the letter several -trembling.fingers. He removed a sheet from his head his ..
or pipe\from, his story ju told yflvid.ilyacinthuft: 1.t those bonsiuds is o. .Itf* !ta# t t

times groaning 'and grunting: When'"of'-cotton. : displaying a number: jnouth.,. "- ,' pesuUful, b ,
"''r he rose there was a grim smile on his! fluffy, sleepy. peeping chickens.J I commana *}* 4'* /!- 'fin- kin! and thefa'vorite sheep ured
fields! of forwardQptypt .. > !#
''l *' large >pt cujtijate Apollo. "' .A 1ft/II
face and a look\$Tdetwrnfaiiatioa la fcitfieea \ hete-4ra,etg>teen, remarked Jim.' ., ),1.lords. and ..;,'
.mall 'Ones.=VJr n->- i' r'LI. i ;ir h.'TP8 gbeia: j carelessly "four pore than you asked ''' : A, i
rrai eyes. '" 'nee 1iJ.B.S .. ""

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