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Entered at the postoffice Live Livek LiveFI LiveFlorida
t k Florida FI lda asSecond as asr r Second Class Mail Mailflatter Mailatter Mailter
flatter atter ter November ho ember 7 1905kHE 1905 1905ijHE 1900t
t ijHE kHE DAILY DEMOCRAT fill rill be bemailed bemailed bemailed
> mailed to any part of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedX
X States postage prepaid for 500 500per 500j 500per
per year 250 for six months monthsI
I 1 125 for f or three months or o r
50 cents for five weeks in advance advanceDelivered advanceDellvered advanceDelivered
Delivered to any part of the city cityby cit citby cityby
by carrier for 10 cents per week
ft At their meeting in Lake City last lastSaturday lastEaturdar lastSaturday
I Saturday the members of the Sea Is Isjjland Isl
jjland land l d Cotton Association for Columbia ColumbiaTcounty Icounty I Icounty
county after discussing the best way waytp wa wa4o
4o tp controll co roll the price of cotton during duringthe duringthe duringlthe
the coming season decided that acompany a acompany at
t company be formed in connection connectionwith connectionwith I IlWith
with the warehouse company to buy buyHip buyp buyup
Hip up p all the small lots of cotton at the theprice theprice theprice
price agreed upon at the approach approachIng
I t Ing Valdosta convention and gin ginit gint
it and store it in the warehouse warehouseDelusions warehouseI
I I T Delusions t melt rapidly under the theI
I r I white heat of experience but none of ofthem ofthem ofthem I
+ them vanish more quickly under such suchcircumstances suchchcumstances suchvch
vch circumstances cumstances than the humbuggery humbuggeryso
t so popular in boozing circles that to tovote toI toyote torote i
vote the saloons out of a town in injures ¬
Jjures j jures its prosperity pro perit and kills its itstrade itstrade I i I
l trade Madison will now learn asLive as asLive asLive
Live Oak learned years ago that such suchtalk suchI I Italk
I talk is the veriest scarecrow and andthat andthat andthat
that the only prosperity destroyed by bydriving b bdriving bydriving
driving out ou the saloon is the pros prosperity prosI ¬
4 parity of the saloonkeeper saloonkeeperCarlisle saloonkeeperCarlisle
Carlisle said consistency is theto the thebugbear thet
to t bugbear of small minds and there therehave therer
t r have been many paraphrases of that t thafamous at t j I II I
I l famous epigram but it has remain remained remamt
t ed for Henry Henr Watterson to say some something something something ¬
thing really Ile new and strong on n that thatsubject thatsubject thasubject t
subject in the following anent th thnow the thenow thenow e
now happy fusion of both of the old oldfactions oldfactions of offactions d
factions of dIe Democratic party under un under under ¬
der the banner of William J Bryan BryanThere BryanThere BryanThere
There is but one consistency consistencyworth consistencwQrth consistencyfighting
worth fighting for and that is integrity integ integrity integrltr ¬
rity of character and convictionNone conviction convictionNone convictioni
i None of us is the same today that he hewas hewas h hwas e
was yesterday and in American Americanpolitics AmericanpoUtici Americapolitics °
politics during formative times a a de decade decade d dcade ¬
cade stands for a generation generationThe
The esteemed St Augustine Record Recordkindly Recordkindl Recorkindly d
kindly kindl says sa s of the forthcoming forthcomingspecial forth forthcontinspecial oming omingspecial g
special illustrated edition of the theDemocrat theDemocrat th thr e
r Democrat1Vith Democrat DemocratWith Democratt
t With W tl its usual enterprise enter rise the Live LiveOak Livet LivOak e
t Oak Democrat is making plans for fora f fa ° r
a special illustrated trades edition to tobe tobe t tbe 0
be issued earl early in November Several Severalthousand Se ral ralt I If
t thousand copies will be distributed distributedat d
R + at the State Fair at Tampa whilthere while whilethere e
If t there will be a general distribution distributionwhere distributionwhcre distributiowhere n en
where the papers will do the most mostgood mOitgood flh0 flh0good st
good It goes without saying that thatEditor thatEditor thl thlEditor
Editor Sherwood will present the thepublic th thpublic e
r public with an edition thoroughly re representative nr r E ¬
r presentative of and a credit tothat tothatthriving to that thatI th thjf at
jf I + thriving section s ction of Florida which he hehas hehas h hLas e
has done so much to advertise to the thepeople thepeOlle th thpeople e
people of the entire country countryIn
In view of so many lllan lynchings l in inSouth inSouth i iSouth
South Carolina the TimesUnion TimesUnionthinks TimesUnionthinks Timeslimothinks °
thinks that state should advertise advertisefor advertifor se
for a Governor And yet et we have haveheard Imveheard hat hatheard e
1 heard of no State Executive in the theentire theentire t
entire country who has worked har harer hard harder d ¬
er than the Governor of South Car Carolina Carolina r ¬
1 olina to prevent l + lynching in particr particu particular ¬
r lar instances or to have lynchers lynchersbrought lynchebrought r o I
brought to punishment He has gone goneto goneI go goto Il e
I to the full limit of his personal i itluence in influence ¬ i itluence
tluence and official authority and andthat andthat an anthat
that he hasnt succeeded is due d e sole solely soh ¬
V ly I to the fact that public 1mb lie sentiment sentimenthas sentimehas at 1 1
1 I has not sustained him It seems to tous toI tous I
us that the TimesUnion is unjusta unjust to toa I Ia
a Governor who has been conspic conspicuously conspicuousl consphuously c ¬
uously uousl and exceptionally energetic energeticin euergetin is
in his efforts to suppress lynching lynchingand lynchi lynchiand Il
and punish lynchers lynchersThe lynchersThe
The most popular issue in Florida FloridaGeorgia FloridaGeorgia FloridC a U
C Georgia Alabama Ala ama and every other otherSouthern oth othF er I
F Southern state for the next few years yearsshould yea yeashould reursshould rs
should be the strict full and im impartial impartial i ipartial m ¬
partial enforcement of the vagrancy vagrancylaws vagrancylaws vagranlaws c v
laws We Ye can affcrd affc d to postpone postponeEverglades postponeEverglades postpoEverglades ne cne
Everglades drainage and all other otherkinds oth othkinds er 1 1kinds I II I
kinds of politics to that one over overshadowing oreshadowing r ¬ I
shadowing question for in the ranks ranksof rani ranif s I I
1 f of the vagrants will be found nearly nearlyall n near nearall arly arlyf y
f all the negro rape fiends actual and andpotential andt at atpotential d
potential who have become such suchdreadful a adreadful adreadful
t I dreadful menace to the South Southare We Weare
I are confronted by a condition not nottheory a atheory
theory and it will be easier now to toenforce t toenforce II I
enforce the law than it may be bethe m mthe inthe
the future for there is everywhere everywheredemand ro i iI
t I
demand for labor and no excuse t for forI or ort ordemand r
I o j I
To sustain its contentions that thatlynching thatlnehing thatlynching
lynching is due to a savage lust for forrevenge forreyenge forrevenge
revenge to the blind primitivesavage primitive primitivesavage primitivesavage
savage instinct in human nature for forvengeance forvengeance forvengeance
vengeance the Live Oak Democrat Democratdevotes DemocratI Democratdevotes Democratdevotes I
devotes a long and able editorial to towhat towhat towhat
what might be called the ethical his history histor history ¬
tory tor of the development d of lynching lynchingin
in the South The Democrats article articleis
is very interesting it is exhaustive exhaustiveand
and convincing and we wish we could couldprint couldprint couldprint
print it in full in this paper It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was written in answer to the Heralds Heraldsclaim Heraldsclaim Heraldsclaim
claim that the uncertainty of the thecriminal thecriminal thecriminal
criminal being legally punished is asmuch as asmuch asmuch
much the provocative cause of lynch lynching Inching lynchlug ¬
ing as the innate spirit of revenge revengeThe 1 IThe
The Democrat De ocrat tacitly admits that the theuncertainty theunceltaint theuncertainty
uncertainty of o legal punishment be being being bevisited ¬
ing visited upon the criminal has hassomething hassomething hassomething
something to do with arousing the themob themob I Imob
m mob but it insists that revenge is
th thla the chief moving cause If we ad admit adt
m uiit t the revenge theory we may ma ask askwhy aslwh askwhy
w why wh are there no lynchings in Engj Engjland Eng Engnd j Iland
la laci land nd France and Germany whose whosecitizens whosecitizens
ci cif citizens are supposed to have as asmuch a amuch s
cim I
ciS m much of human nature as a we of the theI th thSouthPunta e I
S South SouthnPunta < Punta Gorda Herald HeraldIn I
In what hat we said about lynching lynchingwe I
w we e of o course cour e referred to its mani manistations 1an 1 I
f stations fe in America for it is i ipractically s
i iluacticalh j
P practically unknown in Europe EuropeCe II i I
V We are all the creatures of o oevolution f I I Ieolution
e1 e1ti evolution and European character characterhas r
e1h rs I I
h has been evolved under conditions conditionsradically conditionsradically s
r radically different from rom those which whichhave whichhave tvhichave L
h have prevailed here In the old coun coontries countries ¬
ti tiii tries until within comparatively re recent recent recent ¬
c tic cent tih times the masses of the people peoplehave peoplei eoll e
h have ha ave e had practically little or noth nothing nothI nothing ¬
ii ing to do with either making or en enforcing enforcing enforcing ¬
Selfassertion f forcing their own laws Selfasser Selfassertion ¬
t tion in that direction was rigidly re repressed repressed repressed ¬
I1 pressed by despotic deSI tic governments governmentsand
a and so it came to pass that in the themoulding themoulding themoulding
I moulding of individual character over overthere overthere overthats
t there there was abject fear of the thelaw thela thelaw
1 law la because its penalties s were swift swiftand swiftand swiftand
S and dire and the primitive passion passionof
of revenge inherent in the human humanheart humanI
j heart there as here did not dare dareassert dareasscrt
assert itself and men and communi communities ¬
ties submitted to outrages of every everycharacter everycharacter
tcharacter character from sheer dread of the thetyrants thetyrants
tyrants who owned them and drove drovethem groethem
them at pleasure We are not nottroubled nottroubled nottroubled
troubled that way here hence at attimes attimes attimes
times we give unrestrained expression expressionto
to the passion for revenge Out of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that iron discipline through the long longfearful longfearful longfearful
fearful centuries in Europe came camethe camethe
the present race of people whose whosevery whoset whosevery
t very instincts compel obedience to tolaw tolaw tolaw
law no matter what the provocation provocationto n
to disobey it and avenge an individual individualor
or community wrong But even there theredespotic theredespoti
despotic restraint could not always alwaysconquer alwaysconquer
conquer the primitive passion for forrevenge forrevenge fo forevenge r
revenge and if i you want to learn of ofthe ofthe o f
the most widespread longcontinu longcontinued ¬
ed pitiless and devastating reign of ofthis ofthi o f
this passion and the greatest lynch lynching lynching lynchjug ¬
ing furore in all the worlds history historygo historgo
go read the record record of the French FrenchRevolution FrenchRcyolution FrettcRevolution h
Revolution and shudder over th the thebloody thehloody e
bloody story of the National Barber BarberBut BarberBut
But all this aside Europe at no stage stageof E Eof e
of the game presents a parallel case to toAmerica toAmerica t o
America for that country was never neverconfronted neverollfronted
confronted with a white and black blackrace blackrace
race problem in which the tic two twoethnological twoethnological 0
ethnological extremes in humanity humanitymingled humanitymingled
mingled with each oilier millions millionsstrong millionsstrong ntilliottstrong
strong every day in the year on onterms onterms o oterms
terms of perfect legal freedom and andin andin an c cin d
in a country in which the vile vileshameless vileshameless ile ileshameless
shameless bloodsoaked lie of Lib Liberty Liberty ¬
erty Equality and Fraternity wa was wasthe wasthe s
the shibboleth of the political party partyin 3
in power and the cantphrase of al all allits allits 1
its literature Under such circum circumstances ¬ I Istances
stances we e suspect that even in law lawabiding I
1 abiding Europe we should have an a n i ioccasional
1occasional I occasional expression of the primi primilive
live passion for revenge that would wouldtake wouldtake trouttake
take the form of a lynching bee beet beeWHAT beeHAT
Harvie Jordan president of the theSouthern theSouthern th e
Southern Cotton Asociation is a asentinel
sentinel on the watchtower overlook overlooking overlooking ¬
ing the entire cotton situation in th the theinterest theinterest e
interest of the producer and he is in inaddition inaddition i iaddition Il
addition a cotton grower himself on ona o n
a large scale with a selfish interest interestin t
in getting a goojiprice good price Hence what whathe whathe t
he says as to marketing the comin coming comingcrop comingcrop
crop ought to be of some value In Inthe IntIle I Ii
the last issue of the Cotton Journal Journalhe al
he issues the following address to tothe t o
the cotton growers of the South Southwhich
which we give our readers for what whatit
it is worth worthBear
Bear ear speculators are hammering hammeringdown
down the price spinners will there therefore therefore ¬
fore buy sparingly
If you OU want a profit on this thi cro crop cropyou cropI p
you must market sparingly Every Ever EveIbale Everbale y
bale you rush on the market is th the thestrongest e
I strongest possible bear argument argumentMarket
I Market your cotton only so rapid rapidly rapsly d ¬
ly as the spinners demand it or you y u ude Ur
I ii r de dearly rh yjfor for your our hurry f I
man wants wantsto J Jto
If a Florida newspaper
I Iissue f
to handle handle the Everglades drainage drainageissue drainageissue
issue with any an satisfaction to him himself himself himself ¬
self or enlightenment to his readers readershe
he must be a specialist on the ques question question question ¬
tion and that is what very few of ofus otus ofus
us have time to be Most of us are arein arein arein
in the obfusticated class with withEditor withEditor withEditor
Editor Jordan of the Punta Gorda GordaHerald GordaHerald GordaHerald
Herald No matter which way that thatissue thatissue thatIssue
issue may be decided in November Novemberso
so far as it is involved in the proposed proposedconstitutional proposedconstitutional proposedconstitutional
constitutional amendment the deci decision decision decision ¬
sion will not reflect any discriminat discriminating ¬
ing knowledge of the subject on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the voters for ninetyfive ninet five percent per percent percent
cent of us dont know enough about aboutI aboutthe
the subject to warrant us in voting votingone
one way or the other The issue issuewould issuewould issuewould
would be e more nearly nearl settled right i iit H Hit ifit
it were left to Governor Broward and andthe andthe andthe
the TimesUnion with a capable and andimpartial andI andImpartial
impartial third party to give the de deciding deciding deding ¬
ci ciding ding vote votej voteIf
If you OU are laboring under the im impression impression impresslon ¬
p pression that you came into the theworld theworld theworld
v world at the wrong time and that thatthis thatI
t this is not the right age for you to toI toget
g get a good start in III and make a suc success success suetags
jc cess of your life dismiss the delusion delusionand delusionI
a and cheer up Thomas A Edison Edisonought
o ought to know something on that sub subi subject
j ject for he started with nothing and andUs andI
Us I is now rich and famous and in a arecent aI
recent article in Peal Pearsons sons magazine magazinehe
he says saysI sayhI
hI I would rather begin now as a apoor aIOOr apoor I
poor boy than to start again in the theconditions theconditions th thconditions e
conditions which surounded me in inearly inearl i n
early earl life The opportunities for aoor a apoor
poor p oor boy or a poor man are greater greatertoday greatertoda greatertoday
today toda than they were then make no j
mistake about that The world is iscrying iscrying
crying for men of intelligence It is issearching issearching issearching
searching for them everywhere This Thisi3
i3 the golden age for men of brains brainseven brainseen brainseven
even a little brains and Id rather rathermuch rathermuch
much rather take my chances now nowwithout nowwithout nowwithout
without a friend or a dollar in my mypocket myI mypocket
pocket I > ocl et than to go back even twentyyears twenty twentyyears twentears
years ears The world is growing better betterand betterand
and stronger all the time and the in invitation invitation initation ¬
vitation v to think is becoming almost almostirresistible almostirresistible almostirresistible
irresistible in every branch of human humaneffort humaneffOl humaneffort
effort That is raising raisin the racehigher race racehigher racehigher
higher and higher higherHicaking higherBIllkiu higherBreaking
Breaking BIllkiu Into Society SocietyAn Societ SocietAn
An Arkansas city cit editor makes this thisannouncement thisannOUlcemellt thi thiannouncement s
announcement In order to break breakinto breakinto breainto k
into society societywithout without being compel compelled ¬
led to lay la myself liable for using a ajimmy ajimUl aimmyI
jimmy j immyI I beg b g to announce that 1 1have 1have Ihave
have lately received permission from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the College of Health to use my an ancestral ancestral ¬
cestral coat of arms The device is isvery isver i ivery s
very ver beautiful consisting of a jack jackrabbit jackrabbit jackrabbit
rabbit rampant spitting in the face faceof faceof fat fatof e
of a bulldog hull dog couchant on a shield shieldquartering shieldquartedng
quartering green yellow red an and andpure andpure d
pure white The green is emblemati emblematical ¬
cal of the color of my forefathers forefathersthe
the yellow of that streak we all have haveiu haveiu havein
iu common at times and upon occas occasions occasiOllS ¬
ions the red what I sometimes get getin getin ge gein t
in my eye and what I used to pay 15 15cents 15cents 1 5
cents a drink for and the white is i
I emblematic of my bankbook at pr prsent pre present prent e ¬
sent nt and my intentions all the time timethe
I the whole surmounted by a crown of oflambsquarter ofI o olambsquarter f
lambsquarter greens and three green greenonions greenonions
I onions abashed The motto is In Inhoc Inhoc I Ihoc °
hoc fricassee > meaning memir my greatgrandfather great greatgrandfather greatgrand
grandfather grand Cather was one of the 3000 or orM orIOU 0 r
M l 0u + ragged Continentals who cross1 cross1ed cross crossell
ed the Delaware in the same boat boatith Loawith
with ith Washington I might also add addtlat addttat ad c cthat d I
that my m wife is distantly related to toLord toLord t o >
Lord Nelson whose father was one oneof oneof on onof e
of the best section bosses on the road roadfrom roadfrom roa d
from Cork to Dublin Look out for formy fo foI
my coming out function functionSpend functionSpend
Spend 5c for cigars candy candyor sand sandor Y
or cold drinks and vote for the themost th thI thmost e
most popular young lady lad y inj in inLive
Live Oak at atFlorida atFlorida atFlorida
Florida Book Supply Co CoC
C C COOK Proprietor ProprietorMASTERS ProprietorMASTERS
Under and by virtue of a Final Decree of Fore e
close c05ue made and entered by Hon B H Palmer Palm e
Judge of the Circuit Court Third Judicial l Cir CirI Ci ¬
cuit of Florida in and for Suwannee county in i I
Chancery dated the 24th day of July A D 1S06 l O i
wherein E J Blume and Walter Blume
partners partne
tradinz and doing business as E J Blume Co a I
are Complainants aid Charlotte Johnson Lemuel Lemu 1
Johnson and Alfred tred Johnson Juhn > Qn are Defendant fo for r
the sum of seventytwo dollars
ami arc 11 cents CO con ts 8
321u 7211 < principal and interest irter t and the further
sum of thirtyfive dollars 13500 Solicitors ft
and all casts c u of this sit and a d wherein I the under
igned was appointed appoi = ted Special Master in Chance Chancery r
to execute said aid Final Fin L1 Decree rs
I rs Special Master will on the first Monday
in September IdOd l the same being the 3rd I
said sai + i month mo th and a legal sales day
between the th
legal hours of sate in front cf the Court House e
door in Lire Oak Suwannee SU annee county Florida l
for sale = Ie and 5001l eli er
at public
outcry to the tb highest high wt
bidder for cash the following foUon described lag lands I
towit The coulhweat lout wC6t quarter of northwest northw
quarter Q = rter northwest quarter of southwest
th the quarter r
quarter of the southwest
quarter Q
southwest quarter cf c south southwest est
sec se ¬
n twentyfour in township three th
th south ran ranze e I I
n east contaicinc one 0 hundred and wiz sixty
acres more less les
or lying and btinj situated in
coaaty Florida or so much thereof ther f
as 1
miy be required to satisfy S4 Sfy said id Final Fi Deere De and a 00
oil coats ts in and about said suit
HUMPHREYS Spe Special a Master In n Chancery July JU 301SOS 30 lS3
Solicitors for Complainants Compla L1ta
cawlw catr l r
Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages CottagesHOT 1 1HOT
aoon lose beauty and anden and6tr6U andstre
6tr6U streeau when en kidney tils tilsItself 1s 1sasa t r re
e asa eau tautens tautensBut ens Itself on them themBut u rff E
But do not despair despairDRMcG3E desp despDaMcG y + w n nBACKACHE
will br1n brine you back to lift llefud liftti
fud ti idbuaah l1 tn Lout out oT oserlous = rlo rloLl f 1 t ti titiJee
Ll tiJee > jO pa1us in the bncktnat bncktnatAll 1 SJ t tA
A All tone O1 feeuuer feel1n ner nerVOl
VOl votaneaa 8UO iI headschethey hea ch theJ theJall I 1 y i 1 1all
all point to k1U6Y kiin diSbHe i i p si
1 11 i 010 ot its itsform3 for ls Get GetweII well wellap °
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8op ap this t terrible rri le ttiOas8 ttiOas8In j +
In un3 3 by buying a bottle botUaul 01 01U1i ofthis ympbtAwM + oJ
this wonderlul ul realt realteuro r rantwiy 1100Y ta taft i u i r1YliLCeciTOt1 r1YliLCeciTOt1rla9
ft rla9 A sure euro lorwill fur r Rheu Rheulu I1i R Rrrthts N I
Wsouixten Wsouixtenin
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Ordinance Or iuauce No 51 51An 51An 51An
An ordinance to establish a fire firelimit firelimit
limit in the City of Live Oak FJorll FJorllj Flor Florida Florida
j ida to prescribe the manner of build buildiugs buildings buildugs
iugs j ji ugs and the material used in i build buildngs
I ings i ngs to be constructed therein there n and andfixing andfixing nd ndfixing
fixing penalties for the violation vIOlatIOnthereof violationthereof
thereof thereofBe
Be it ordained by the City Councilnd Council Counciland Counciland
and a nd the Mayor Ia or of the City of Live LiveOak LiveOak LiveOak
Oak Florida FloridaSection FloridaSection FloridaSection
Section IThat 1 That the following followingdescribed followingdescribed
described parts and portions of the theCity theCity theCity
City of Live Oak Florida are here hereby herehv hereby ¬
by established and declared to be the theMre theire
Mre 1 ire Limits of the City Cit of Live Oak OakFlorida OakFlorida
Florida towit towitCommencing towitCommencing towitCommencing
Commencing at the intersection of ofI
i I Conner Street with Suwannee Street
jthence I thence running South along Suwanj Suwan Suwannee
nee Street eightyfive 85 5 feetthence feet feetthence
thence West through the home place placeof
of C J McGehee to a point onChurch on onChurch
Church Street eightyfive So feet1 feet1south feet feetsouth feetsouth
south of Conner Street thence Southalong South Southalong
along Church Street to Wilber Street Streetthence Streetthence
thence East along Wilber Street toj to toPine
Pine Street thence South along Pine PineStreet PineStreet PineStreet
Street to Parshley Street thence Eastalong East Eastalong
along Parshley Street to Ohio OhioAvenue OhioAenue
Avenue thence North along Ohiovenue Ohio OhioAvenue Ohiovenue
venue to point on the Eastern Easternboundry Easternboundry
boundry of Ohio Avenue directly op opposite opposite opposits
posite the Southern boundry of Wil Wilber Wilber Wilber ¬
ber Street thence East through the thehome thehome
home place of the estate of N M MParshley MParshley 1 1Parshley
Parshley to a point opposite a point pointon
on Conner Street twenty 20 feet feeteast feeteast
east of eastern boundry line of the theproperty thejlrOlerty
jlrOlerty property owned by Robbins Me McGehee Ic IcI
i I Gehee thence North to a ooint on onBaynes
Haynes Street to a point opposite a apoint apoint
I point twenty 20 feet east of the th thEastern e
Eastern boundry hOUlldl Hue of the propertyowned property I Iowned
owned by Robbins McGehee on onConner o n
Conner Street thence West along
Haynes Street to Haimlton Street Streetthence Streetthence Streetthence
thence North along Hamilton Street StreetI
j I to Duval Street thence West along alongI
i I Duval Street to a point one hundred hundred1tlU I
j 100 J feet west of Ohio Ave thence
i i South to Hayne Street thence West West1i Ves t i iI
tisloug i along Ha ttayne > ne Street to the main line lineof
of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway j i
I thence Northwest along the main line lineof i
of said Atlantic Coast Line Railway I 1
to Duval Street thence West along
Duval and Third Streets to the railway railj rail i
I way track known as the hYU Y thence thenceI
I Southwest along the railroad track k I
known as a the Y yn to Church Street Streetuence Streetthence
thence South along Church Street t to o
II Connor Street thence East along
I Conner Street to Suwannee Street StreetI t
jaud I I and point of beginning
I Section 2 That
person per persons persons
sons firm or corporation shall be al ¬
lowed or permitted to build
con construct construct construct ¬
struct erect enlarge or repair any an
building or structure within the said sai d
fire limits as described in Section n
One 1 of this Ordinance whereof whereofI nf f
I the main material including the roof roofI
is of wood or other combustible
ma ¬
I terial but that all buildings or struc ¬
Hire hereafter builded buil ed or constructed construct
I ed within the said lire limits shall be h e
mainly of brick
stone rock or some sons e
lather other material not of a combustible e
nature Provided d That any person n
persons l er ons firm or corporation owning otvnin
or occupying ocup ing any an wooden or other
building buildin now within the said FirLimits Fire
Limits may ma repair the same by first
submitting to the Fire Committee of o f
said City the plans or nature of th the
repairs desired to be made and an anobtaining c al
obtaining from rom said Fire Committee e
I their approval of such repair and i a
permit authorizing the same Pro
tided That the Fire Committee is no not I Ihereby
hereby authorized authori d to allow repairs S
to any building or structure where e
such repairs would be
more utor
ethan than the
building or structure desired a
to be repaired Provided further
that should the Fire Committee at a i
any time give a permit to either r
build construct repair or enlarge enl ge e
any building within the said Fire
Limit and an any member of the Citj Cit
Council Cou cn knowi knowing g of such permit ob oJ o r ¬
ject to the same for good reasons itshall it itshall itshall
shall be the duty of said objecting objectingmember objectingmember objectingmember
I member of the City Council tofile to tofile tofile
file his objections to such suchpermit suchpermit suchpermit
permit with the Mayor whereupon whereuponit
i it shall be the duty dut of the Mayor lIa or to toorder tDorder toorder
order < such work or repairs stopped stoppeduntil stoppeduntil stoppeduntil
i until the question of allowing the per permit permit permit ¬
mit can be passed upon by b the City CityCounciL CityCouncil
Council CouncilSection CounciLSection CouncilSection <
Section 3 3That That framed buildings buildingscovered buildingscoered buildingscovered
covered with sheet Iron shall not be beallowed beallowed beallowed
allowed to be built or constructed constructedwithin constructedwithin constructedwithin
within the said Fire Limits LimitsSection LimItsSection LimitsSection
Section 4 4That That hereafter when whenany whenanr whenany
any person persons firm or corpora corporation corporation corporalion
i tion shall desire to build construct constructor
or enlarge or repair any building or orstructure orstructure orstructure
structure within the said Fire Limits Limitsbefore Limitshefore Limitsbefore
11 before commencing such building or orstructure ort orstructure
t structure they shall submit the plans plansand flans flansand
j I and specifications of the same to the theFire theFire thePFire <
Fire 1 Committee of the said City Cit for forthe forthe forhe
1 the t approval of said Committee Committeewhich Committeewhich Committeewhich
which said Committee if they ap approve approve approve ¬
prove of such plans and specifica specifications speclfirations speciflealions ¬
1 tions shall issue to such person per persons persons parsons ¬
sons firm or corporation a building buildingpermit buildingpermit buildingpermit
permit if such plans and specifica specifications specifications ¬
J tions are not approved by the saidCommittee said saidCommittee saidCommittee
Committee < then such building orstructure or orstructure orstructure
structure shall not he allowed Pro Provided l > > roe roeided ¬ i ividtd
vided however that such person personpersons lersonpersons personpersons
persons firm or corporation shouldthey should shouldthey shouldthe
they the feel themselves aggrieved by
the decision of the said Fire Coaintittee Com Committee COIimittee ¬
mittee may ma appeal to the City COHH COHHcil COtlllcll Council
cil < for such building permit and apon up upon p pon ¬
on such appeal to the City Council CouBClltue
the City Council may rua grant rant or refuse refusasuch refusesuch
such permit permitSection permitSection permitSection
Section 5 5That That any person who whoviolates whoviolates r J
violates or attempts to violate any aD of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the provisions of this Ordiaaaee Ordiaaaeeshall r
shall upon Conviction therefor be before ¬ 1
fore the Mayor of said City Cit Citpunished be bepunished bepunished
punished by b a fine not to exceed ex fi fihundred See Seehundred vt vthundred
hundred dollars 500 or by b i iprisonment Ilrisonment 11 11prisonment
prisonment in the City Cit prison for a aperiod i1period aperiod
period not exceeding three moat moatSection moatSection tootSection
Section C GThe The provisions of t tOrdinance tltls tltlsOrdinance ttIsOrdinance
Ordinance shall apply to the th owa owaoccupant I Ioccupant
occupant contractor or workman workmamany orkma orkmaany
any such building or structure structureSection struNureSection structureSection
Section 7 7This This Ordinance Ordinancego s alia aliago a ago
go into effect immediately upon uponpassage Iu Iupassage
passage by the City Council and a aproval aproval 1 1proval
proval by the Mayor MayorPassed layorPassed
Passed by the City Cit Council this il il17th aI t j
17th day of August A D 1DOS 1DOSCHAS 190 +
tr t
Attest President Pre ident of City Cit Co CoS e MY MYS a
S P MAYS City Clerk ClerkI 1 1tl
tl Ii IiI
I S P Mays Ia s City Cil Clerk CI rk of ofCity tie ti LI L
City of Live Oak Florida do her hercertify
tit l1f
certify that the above and fore < tl I > t
Ordinance No 51 was regularly regularlyed re Uhirb Uhirbed k
ed by b the City Council on the tb 1 1day 11 a aday H Hday
day of August A D 190 aad aadsame tie ru U Usame
same is hereby certified to the Maye Mayefor 1tatfor kh
for his approval approvalWitness approvalWitness
Witness my hand and the tb seal sealsaid sealsaid I Isaid
said City this 17th rJ ttt t tA
day da of A Ayala 1I s
A D 1906 I IS
S P PA MAYS 1 YS S Cit ft CerkSeal Cerk CerkSeal CerkSeal
Seal SealExamined
Examined and approved by b me tuethe methe
the 17th day of August Au us A D I 1 1M l K
M 1 E BROOKE BROOMEMayor b < lf lfIa
Mayor Ia or City of o Live Li n OakDont Oak Oakt OakD
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