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THE VALDOSTA CONVENTION CONVENTIONNext
Next Thursday the important con convention conventIon convention ¬
vention of the Sea Island Cotton CottonGrowers CottonGrowers CottonrGrowera
rGrowera Growers of Georgia and Florida call called canad calla
a ed by President Harvie Jordan to toconsider toconsider toconsider
consider the marketing of the crop cropand cropand cropand
and other pertinent matters meets meetsJin meets1n meetsf
f Jin n Valdosta and indications point to toa toa toa
a large attendance from both StatesThe States StatesThe StatesThe
The Valdosta Times has the following follow following followIng ¬
ing to say on the subject which will willbe willbe willbe
be interesting to our delegates from fromSuwannee fromSuwannee fromT
v vThe
T Suwannee county countyThe countyThe
The Sea Island Cotton Growers Growersof
of Georgia and Florida are going to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet In this city on next Thursday Thursdayand
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and Friday for the purpose of tak taking taking taking ¬
ing some action in regard to their theircrop theircrop theircrop
crop with a view to to making it bring bringbetter bringbetter bringbetter
better prices this year ear Hon Harvie HarvieJordan HanieJordan HarvieJordan
Jordan has called the meeting to
gether and he is expected to be on onhand I Ihand
1 hand and assist the growers in reach reachIng reaching reaching
Ing some wise conclusions The Themeeting Themeeting Themeeting
meeting will be the most important importantthe
the sea island growers have ever had hadbecause hadbecause hadbecause
because it will be more representa representative ¬
i tive and because it will be held at atthe atthe atthe
the beginning of the season when whenthe whenthe
the farmers are preparing to begin beginmarketing beginmarketing beginmarketing
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marketing their crop This is the thesecond thesecoDd thet
t second general meeting that has been beenheld beenheld beenheld I
held in Valdosta and that fact is a acompliment acompUment acompliment
compliment not only to Valdosta but butto butto butto
to the entire sea island belE belt r in Geo Georgia Geor Georgla Georgla ¬
rgla That fact ought to inspire inspireGeorgians inspireGeorgians I
Georgians to send large delegations delegationsto d egations 1
yr to the convention The farmers of ofLowndies ofLowndIes I
Lowndies and the adjoining counties countiesshould countiesshould I Ishould
should take a hand in the movement movementand I
and try tf to make maket it a successful oc occasion oceasio1 occasion ¬
casion They will be the benefici beneficiaries beneficiaries beneficiaries ¬
aries of any good results that will willaccrue willaccrue willaccrue
accrue from the meeting And the themerchants themerchants themerchants
merchants of Valdosta should also alsotake alsotake alsotake
take some notice of the convention conventionand
and should offer some kind of enter entertainment entertainment enterY ¬
Y tainment for the visitors Their
I coming here gives signal recognition recognitionto
to Valdosta and not only onl that but butit butf butit
f it puts this city in closer touch withI with withmany withman
I manyof many man of the leading men in the rich richterritory richt
II t territory all around us This is isworth isr isworth
r worth much to the city and it will willbe willbe willr
r be worth more if we can have these thesepeople these11eo1le thesepeople
people return to their homes with a agood agood at
t a good word upon their lips for this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city and section Let us get up an aninformal aninformal aninformal
informal spread at some convenient convenientplace convenientplace convenientplace
place next Thursday night and let letus letus i ius
us all turn out and meet the visitors visitorsIt
It will make their stay sta here morepleasant more morepleasant morepleasant
pleasant it will be a pleasant occasion occas occasion occasion ¬
ion for the Valdostans and it will be beEr bean bean
Er jf an investment that wi will l bring us usrich usrich usrich
rich returns in other ways at other othertimes othertimes othertimes
times
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL JOURNALWANTS JOURXALrS
t WANTS rS TO KNOWThePensacola KNOW KNOWThePensacola liXO liXOThePensacola
ThePensacola Journal is an un undoubted unr undoubted ¬
r doubted friend personal and politi political politit political
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A f cal of Governor Broward and while whileUhat whilet whilet
t that paper has thus far occupied occupiedsomething occupiedt occupiedsomething
t something like an impartial and andjudicial andl andjudicial
l judicial attitude toward the Ever Everglades Everr Everglades ¬
r glades drainage issue it has been beennevertheless beeni beennevertheless
nevertheless friendly to that scheme schemeand schemet schemeand
i and disposed to take the Governors Governorsside
t r t side of the case For this reason ad additional additional ¬
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4 ditional weight will be given to the thefollowing theJ thefollowing
f following thoughtful and timely edi editorial editorlal edilr ¬
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< < > lr tonal in Sundays Journal which whichj whichIt whichcalls
It j calls attention to a contingency
i L which may ma make any investment by bythe byIt bythe
It the State of Florida in the Ever Everglades EverrJ Ever1r ¬
rJ 1r r glades drainage a very Yer disastrous disastrousspeculation disastrousS disastrousspeculation
speculation involving heavy heav loss to tothe tot tothe tothe
S L the taxpayers taxpa ers The Journal says saysIn saysI saysIn
In the notable debate on the Ever Everglades Everglades Everglades ¬
glades drainage question between betweenGovernor betweenGoernor betweenGovernor
I Governor Broward and Hon Jno S SBeard Seard SBeard
Beard heard in this city cit last Monday Mondaynight Mondayfi Iondaynight
fi night it is generally conceded that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the governo had the best of it itor itorhe or orhe
1 he at least carried a very er large ma majority majority majority ¬
jority of the crowd with him himand himandthat himandthat and andthat
that we suppose was the object of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the debate debateThere debateThere debateThere
There is one question however howeverand howeerand howeverand
and it is a very important one onewhich onewhich onewhich
which Governor Broward failed to toanswer toanswer toanswer
answer The proposition was put up upto upto j jto I
to him by Mr Beard that t t while the theva j i
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title to those Everglades lands is in indispute Indispute indispute
dispute while it Is 5 now a matter of oflitigation ofUUgation oflitigation
litigation in the courts It would be beunwise beunwise beunwise
unwise to spend the public money mone in indraining indraining Indraining
draining them until their ownership ownershipis
is absolutely settled settledThis settledThis settledThis
This as we said is a very Ver impor important Important important ¬
tant point and In fact the main mainpoint mainpo mainpoint
point po nt in the whole drainage proposi proposition proposition proposition ¬
tion NQ private individual would wouldimprove wouldImprove wouldimprove
improve a piece of property unless unlesshe
he felt reasonably sure that he had hador
good title to it itand
or would secure a Iand I Iand
and the state in this matter should shouldbe
be guided by b the same business prin principle principle principle ¬ I
ciple which a business man would wouldfollow wouldfoHow wouldfollow
follow in a similar case where his hisown hisown hisown
own personal business Interests were wereaffected wereaffected wereaffected
affected affectedSo
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So far as we could observe the thenearest thenearest thenearest
nearest the governor came to answer answering ¬ iing I Iing
ing the question was his contention contentionthat
that assuming his own position In
In reference to the states title to the thelands thelands I Ilands
lands to be the correct one the supreme sup supreme ¬ i ireme
reme court > would decide in the the1states thestates thestates
states favor This answer is hardly hardlya
a satisfactory one and does not real really really really ¬
ly answer the question questionWe
We should like very much to have havethe havethe
the governor make a plain straight straightforward straightforward straightforward ¬
forward statement of his position on onthis onthis onthis
this phase of the proposition It is isin isin isin
in The Journals opinion the one onestrong onestrong onestrong
strong card which the opposition to tothe tothe tothe
the drainage scheme have to play playand playand playand
and thus far we have not seen a asatisfactory asatisfactorr asatisfactory
satisfactory answer to it itWe itWe IL ILVe
We do not say that this point pointalone pointI pointalone
alone should determine the whole wholequestion wholequestion wholequestion
I question of supporting or opposing opposingthe
the drainage amendment but we do dosay dosay dosay
say that it is a question that will cut cuta
a large figure In the case and it
ought to be answered answeredThe
The St Louis Republicsays that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the result of the recent re ent primary in inGeorgia inGeorgia inGeorgia
Georgia thrusts Tom Watson forward forwardconspiciously forwardconspiciousl forwardconspiciously
conspiciously as a senatorial pos possibility possibility possibility ¬
sibility This would be important importantif
if true but of course it isnt true so sofar sofar sofar
far as it means that Watson has any anychance anychance anychance
chance to be Senator from Georgia GeorgiaPresident GeorgiaPresident
President Palma of Cuba whom whomwe
we believe to be a thoroughly honest honestand h honestand < mest I Iand
and patriotic man has the good goodwishes I jwishes
I wishes of the government and peo peapie people people ¬
ple of this country in the contest that thathas thathas thathas
has been precipitated by the rascal rascally ¬
ly vagaband rabble of Cuba to over overthrow overthrow overthrow ¬
throw his administration but it is isvery isvery
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very en probable pr bable that he has a long and andtrying andtrying I Itrying
trying guerrila war before him and andthat andthat andthat
that he will wish he was back in toNew inNew inXew
New York teaching school before he hegets hegets hegets
gets through with it itTomorrow itTomorrow itTomorrow
Tomorrow or next day the good goodship goodship goodship
ship Princess Irene frightened with
the incarnate hope of the National NationalDemocracy Nationall NationallDemocracy NationalDemocracy I
Democracy is expected to reach New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York harbor and the day following followingMr
Mr Bryan will get his great recep reception reCeltion reception ¬
tion in Madison Square Garden Onj Onjthat On Onthat Onthat
that occasion he will map out the theissues theissues I
issues for the next campaign and the thewhole thewhole I Iwhole
whole American people irrespective irrespectiveof irrespe tie I Iof
of party will listen with acute atten attention attention ¬
tion Only a man of tremendous tremendouspower tremendouspower tremendouspower i
power could measure up to the ex expectations expectations ¬
pectations of such an occasion but butMr butMr
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Mr Bryan has been tested too often oftento I Ito
to permit per 1it any Democratic doubt that thathe thathe I Ihe I
he will be equal to the emergency emergencyThe emergencThe
The Atlanta papers are slowly be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning to get interesting again after afterfourteen afterfourteen I I I
fourteen months of Eatinswille Eatinswillejournalism Eatinswillejournalism Eatinswillejournalism
journalism in which they did littlebut little littlebut littlebut
but throw mud at each other and the therival theI therival therival I
rival candidates But the editors up upthere upthere I Ithere
there should go through a rigid de deodorizing deodorizing deodorizing ¬
odorizing process and cleanse and andfumigate andfumigate andfumigate
fumigate themselves thoroughly be before before before ¬
fore they set up as guides and teachers teach teachers teachers ¬
ers for the people again And they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should abandon the very bad habit habitof
of writing in double measure and andblackfaced andblackfaced andblackfaced
blackfaced type for matter with realmerit real realmerit realmerit
merit in it does not need such cheap cheapmechanical cheapmechanical cheapmechanical
mechanical circusposter devices tobring to tobring tobring
bring it to the notice and apprecia appreciation ¬
tion of people who read the editorial editorialpage editorialpage editorialpage
page
What has become of the man with witha
a hobby with an enthusasm with a afad afad afad
fad of some kind There used to tobe tobe tobe
be at least one in every eYer community communityand communitand
and he was a valuable moral factor factortoo
too for he was the enemy of all allforms allforms allforms
forms of despondency and while hewas he hewas hewas
was sometimes a bore and frequently frequentlywrongheaded frequentlywrongheaded frequentlywrongheaded
wrongheaded his hopefulness was wasirrepressible wasirrepressible wasirrepressible
irrepressible and he infected others otherswith otherswith otherswith
with his temperament if not his con convictions conictions convictions ¬
victions But like the town humorist humoristhe
he seems to have disappeared and andleft andleft andleft
left no visible equivalent behind We Wewould Wewould Wewould
would like to have at least half a adozen adozen adozen
dozen men in Live Oak each with an anhonest anhonest anhonest
honest decent hobby no matter how howvisionary howI howvisionary
visionary isionar or impracticable and while whilewe
we wouldnt want a dally dal1 visTTirom visit om trom
them r nor agree to publish all allilor norhalt nor norhalf I
halt of what they wrote we would wouldgive wou1dgive wouldgive
give them welcome all the same and anda
a fair measure of ofsj sjiace space ace in which to toair t9air toair
air their hobbies hobblesFINED hobbiesFDiED hobbiesFINED
FINED THE DEAD MXNFrom MA3f MA3fFrom LLi LLiUrom
From Boston Herald HeraldThe HeraldThe HeraldThe
The judges decision in a case C Se set settled settled settled ¬
tled a few years rearsago ago in Milllnocket MilllnocketMe
Me probably will not serve as a aprecedent aprecedent aprecedent
precedent but no exception to it wasreported was wasreported wasreported
reported reportedAn T TAn
An Italian laborer was killed kill d while whileat whIIat whileat
at work on a dam at the pulpmills pulpmillsAt
At the hearing before the localjustice local localjustice localjustice
justice there was fopnd in a pocket pocketa
a roll of bills containing 25 and andhidden andhidden andhidden
hidden in one of the bootlegs was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found a dirk knife knifeAs
As there was no probate court courtwithin courtwithin courtwithin
within many man miles of the town the thejudge theI thejudge
I judge was at a loss to know what disposal dis disposal disposal ¬
posal should be made of the moneyFinally money moneyFinally mone moneI
I Finally he hit upon the solution The TheI Thecourt
I I court took charge of the money and andfined andfined andfined
fined the corpse 25 2 5 for carrying concealed con concealed concealed ¬
cealed weapons weaponsMAX weaponsLX weapons weaponsMAN
MAX SEEKING HIS WIFE WIFEFlorida WIFEFlorida IFE IFEFloridu
Florida Tragedy is Reported With WithThomasville WithThomasville ith ithThol1us
Thomasville Thol1us lle End to It ItThomasville ItThomasville ItThomasville
Thomasville played a part in a sad sadlittle sadlittle sadlittle
little domestic tragedy this week Aresident A Aresident Aresident
resident of Madison Fla was In the thecity thecit thecity
city cit looking for his wife who had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been away from home for three threeweeks threeweeks threeweeks
weeks and whose nonreturn hadcaused had hadcaused hadcaused
caused him great uneasiness She Shehad Shehad Shehad
had been visiting Pelham and writ written written written ¬
ten him frequently until a few days daysago darsago daysago
ago Then her letters ceased andher and andher andI
I her worried husband wrote to their
friends in Pelham inquiring if she shewas shewas shewas
was still there thereThe thereThe v vThe
The answer cam that she had hadbeen hadoeen hadbeen
I Ileft
been gone for several days and had hadleft hadleft
left with the intention of going homeThe home homeThe homThe
The husband came to Thomasville Thomasvilleknowing Thomasvilleknowing Thomasvilleknowing
knowing that she would pass through throughthis
this city on her way He had a pic picture picture picture ¬
ture of the woman who wh was young youngand youngand oungand
and unusually handsome He in inquired inquired inquired ¬
quired of the police oflhers omt ers and at atthe atthe atthe
the several hotels and boarding hous houses ¬
es in the city She had been hereonly here hereonly hereonly
only a few days ago and was readily readilyrecognized readilyrecognized readilyrecognized
recognized from the photo by a num number number number ¬
ber of people But she had cone j one ne on onto onto 1 1to
to parts unknown before her husband husbandreached h isbandreached
reached here ai ana an1r i the discos discotsolate discotsolateman I solate solateman Solateman
man continued his sad search ii l oth other other other ¬
er towns townsOne townsOne townsOne
One of the pathetic features of the theaffair theaffair theaffair
affair was the statement of the hus husband husband husband ¬
band that he supposed his wife to be besuffering besuffering besuffering
suffering from mental aberration Hesaid He Hesaid Hesaid
said that a few years ago she had hadhad hadhad hadhad
had mental trouble and he was then thenadvised thenI
I advised by physicians and friends friendsto
to have h ie her placed In an asylum
She had seemed to recover of late lateand loteand lateand
and the trouble came as a complete completesurprise completesurprise completesurprise
surprise to himThomasyille him Thornasville Times TimesEnterprise TimesEnteqrise TimesEnterprise
Enterprise EnterpriseCOTTON EnteqriseCOlTOX EnterpriseCOTTON
COTTON GROWERS GROWERSj G1tOWERSNotice <
j Notice is hereby given that there therewill therewill therewill
will be a meeting of the Sea Island Islandi IslandCotton
i Cotton Growers Association in theCourt the theCourt theCourt
Court House Live Oak Fla on Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday September 1 at 11 a m mEvery mI mEvery
I Every member of the Association Associationand
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and especially those who have sub subscribed subscribed subscribed ¬
scribed stock in the warehouse com company company company ¬
pany are requested to be present presentB
B F UMSTEAD UMSTEADPresident U
I I President PresidentJ
i Ii J F SHERWOODSecretary SHERWOOD SHERWOODSecretary SHERWOODi
i Secretary SecretaryI
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I I A MYSTERY SOLVED SOLVEDHow SOLVEDHo1 SOLVEDHow
How to keep of periodic attacks attacksof
of biliousness and habitual constipaI constipa
I I I tion was a mystery my ery that Dr Kings Kingst KingsNew KingsNew
IXew t New Life Pills solved for me writes writesJohn writesI
I John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind IndThe IndI
I The only onl pills that are guaranteed to togive togive togive
give perfect satisfaction to everybody everybodyor eTerbodymoner
or money refunded Only 25c at atBarclay atBarclay
i Barclay c1 Groover Drug Store StoreMASTERS StoreI StoreMASTERS
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MASTERS SALE SALEUnder SALEUnder SALEUnder
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Under and by virtue of a Final Decree of For Forclosure Fonclosure
closure cl ure made and entered by Hon B H Palmer
I Judge of the Circuit Court Third Judicial Cir Circuit Circuit Circuit ¬
cuit of Florida in and for Suwannee county in inI
I Chancery dated the 2 2Uh < th day of July A D 1906wherein 1906 1906wherein 1906wherein
wherein E J Blume and Walter Blume partners
1 tradjflz tra < lioz and doing business bus neu as E EJ E J Blume Co Coare Coare Coare
are Complainants a ud d Charlotte < 3 Johnson Lemuel
Johnson and Alfred Johnson are Defendants for fori
i the sum of se entytwo dollars and 11 canta
J72ll principal and interest and the further furthersum
sum of thirtyfive dollars 3500 Solicitors Solicit fe feand f fand feand
and all cwt of this th s suit and wherein 1 the under
I igned was appointed Special Master Mas r in Chancery
j to execute said I a d Final Decree DecreeJA DecreeI
I JA JLa I u SP Special kl Master will on the first Monday
1 in in September Sep mber 190 l the same being tho 3rd day of ofsaid ofsaid ofsaid
said month and a legal sales day between the
legal hours of sale in frontf front of f the Court House
door in Lire Oak Suwannee county Florida offer offeror fferalSnd
for or sale alSnd and sell at I public > outcry to the highest
bidder forcash for cash the following described lands
towit The southwest quarter of f northwest northw northwquarter
quarter northwest quarter of southwest quarter
the northeast quarter of the southwest aouthw t quarter
and sosthwest aollthw t quarter of f southwest 5Outhw t quarter sec
tM Lion > n twentyfour in township three south range
thirteen east containing contal1 n on one hundred and sixty
acres mora or r les less lying and bin Uinc situated in
I Suwannee Suwan county FlerUa er r so ranch thereof f as
n In11 y be required r t is satisfy said Final Decree and
ail costs in in and about ab ut said suit suitSolicitors suitI
3 P LAMB
I Special Muter 1ft Chancery JlIly 30 301906 1
illJMPHREYS do HARRELL
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ORDINANCE FIXING FIRE LIMITS LIMITSOrdinance LDIITSO LIMITSOtidimtnce
Ordinance O iwUce No oi1 oi1An 51 51An 51An
An ordinance to establish a fire firelimit firelimit firelimit
limit in the City of Live Oak Flor Florida FlorIda Florida ¬
ida to prescribe the manner of build buildings buildings buildings ¬
ings and the material used in build buildings buildings buildings ¬
ings to be constructed therein and andfixing andfixing andfixing
fixing penalties for the violation violationthereof YlolatIonthereof violationthereof
thereof thereofBe
Be it ordained by the City Council Counciland Counciland Counciland
and the Mayor of the City of Live LiveOak LiyeOak LireOak
Oak Florida FloridaSection ForidaSection Florida FloridaSection
Section 1 IThat That the following followingdescribed followingdescribed followingdescribed
described parts and portions of the theCity theCity
City of Live Oak Florida are a e here hereby herebv hereby ¬ I
by established and a d declared to be the theMre thelolre theire
Mre lolre ire Limits of the City Cit of Live Oak OakFlorida OakFlorida
Florida towit towitCommencing towitCommencing towitCommencing II
Commencing at the intersection of ofConner ofConner ofConner
Conner Street with Suwannee Street Streetthence Streetthence II
thence running South along Suwan Suwannee ¬
nee Street eightyfive S5 S feet feetthence feettheuce feetthence
thence West through the home place placeof
of C J McGehee lcGe h ee to a point on onChurch onChurch onChurch I
Church Street eightyfive 85 S feetsouth feet feetsouth feetisouth
south of Conner Street thence South Southalong Southalong Southalong
along Church Street to Wilber Street Streetthence Streetthence Streetthence
thence East along Wilber Street to toine toPine i inine
Pine ine Street thence South along Pine PinejSTeet PineI +
I jSTeet Street to Parshley Street thence East Eastaidng EastI Eastalong
I along al ng Parshley Street to Ohio OhioAvenue OhioA OhioAvenue
Avenue A venue thence North along Ohio OhioAvenue Ohiodvenue Ohiorevenue
Avenue to point on the Eastern Easternboundry Easternboundr Easternboundry
boundry of Ohio Avenue directly opposite op opposite 01posite ¬
posite the Southern boundry of Wil Wilber WlIber WIher ¬
ber Street thence East through thehome the thehome thehome
home place of the estate of N MParshley M MParshley 1 1Parshley
Parshley to a point opposite a point pointon
on Conner Street twenty twent 20 feet feeteast feeteast feeteast
east of eastern boundry line of theproperty the theproperty theprOIJerty
property owned by Robbins Mc McGehee McGehee lc lcGehee ¬
Gehee thence North to a point onHaynes on onHaynes onHaynes
Haynes Street to a point opposite apoint a apoint apoint
point twenty 20 feet east of theEastern the theEastern theEastern
Eastern boundry line of the property propertyowned
lowned owned by Robbins McGehee onConner on onConner onConner
Conner Street thence West along alongHaynes alongHaynes alongHaynes
Haynes Street to Haimlton Street Streetthence Streetthence Streetthence
thence North along Hamilton Street Streetto treet treetI
to Duval Street thence West long ilongDuval longDuval longDuval
I Duval Street to a point one hundred hundredI
100 feet west of Ohio Ave thence thenceSouth thenceSouth thenceSouth
I South to Hayne Ha ne Street thence West Westalong Westalong est estalong
along Hayne Street to the main line lineof lineof lineof
of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway Railwaythence Railwathence Railwaythence
thence Northwest along the main line lineof lineof lineof
of said Atlantic Coast Line Railway Railwayto Railwato
to Duval Street thence West along
Duval and Third Streets to the rail railway railway railway ¬
way track known as the Y thence thenceSouthwest thenceSouthwest thenceSouthwest
Southwest along the railroad trackknown track trackknown trackknown
known as the Y to Church Street Streettuence Streettuence Streetthence
tuence South along Church Street to toConnor toConnor toConnor
Connor Street thence East along
Conner Street tot to Suwannee Street Streetand Streetand I
and point of beginning begi ming
Section 2 2Th That t no person per persons persons persons ¬
sons firm or corporation shall be al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed or permitted to build con construct construct construct ¬
struct erect enlarge or repair any an anbuilding
building or structure within the said saidfire saidfire saidfire
fire limits as described in Section
One 1 of this Ordinance whereof whereoftue
tue main material including the roof roofis
is of wood or other combustible ma material material material ¬
terial but that all buildings or struc structures structures structures ¬
tures hereafter builded or construct constructed ¬
ed within the said fire limits shall be bemainly bemainly bemainly
mainly of brick stone rock or some someother somelother somej
j lother other material not of a combustible combustiblenature
nature Provided That any person personpersons personpersons personpersons
I persons firm or corporation owning
or occupying any wooden or other otherI
building now within the said Fire
I Limits may repair the same by b first firstsubmitting firstsubmitting firstsubmitting
submitting to the Fire Committee ofsaid of
said I City the plans or nature of the therepairs
I repairs desired to be made and andobtaining andobtaining andobtaining
obtaining from said Fire Committee
their approval of such I Ipermit
repairs and a apermit apermit
permit authorizing the same Pro Provsded Provideti 1
vsded That the Fire Committee is not I
hereby authorized to allow repairs I Ito
to any building or structure where wheresuch wheresuch wheresuch
such repairs would be worth more
than the building or structure desired
to be repaired Provided further
tht th t should the
Fire Committee
at atany atan atany
any an time give a permit to either
build construct repair or enlarge enlargeany enlaroeany
any building within the said Fire Fi e
Limits and any member of the City Cit
Council knowing of such permit permitob permitobr ob ohs ¬
r
ject to the same for torshall good goodshall goodshall
shall be the duty dut of MU4 MU4member IU4member aMmember
member of the Cityfile City Cltjrfile it itfile
file his objectkMM objectkMMpermit ojC ojCpermit u W Wy
permit with tk tkIt the M y yr < er r re wl wlit W Wit <
it shall be the duty II W UM th thorder 3feffJ 3feffJorder J Jorder
order such work or nrpain nrpainuntil rvp4riuntil an anuntil
until the qusstkm qU etltHi of t alhrwliig alhrwliigmit 1 1mit
mit can bo pee ptiMW41 ptiMW41Councll wpa ti tt W WCouncil k kCouncil
Council CouncilSection CouncllSection CouncilSection
Section 3 3Tkat Th t frM r rcontred trt autI autIcovered i icovered
covered with wi III sJwec S 8fK irM irMallowed i iallowed Ir Irallowed ±
allowed to b H Wilt HUtwithin rr rrwithin r rwithin
within the said Fire FireSection Liauittt LiauitttSection L lrlCI lrlCISection
Section 4 4That I That h MAft MAftanr lwrotfNany r aft r rany
any person per JWN4 M irtn AT ATtion ortlon ertion
tion shall desire to 0 build fctiiUor buildor 84 84or
or enlarge or r rIHr rIHrstructure H ir NM NMstructure i > MW MWstructure
structure within wltla th 1M said 611 Fir n nbSton frybefore Firbefore
before coBtm cOJluIKLag tt < rl taJ K > tfwcfc i b bstructure bi bistructure ti tistructure
structure they stall 11 mtiNNii mtiNNiiand as mat n nand liw liwand
and si sIH speciRcsatiwi > eciicui j f W IiIwFire MH MHFire v vFire
Fire Committee of e U thad e MU Ot Otthe I tlty tltythe It Itthe
the approval ap ron1 0 oC oCwhich Mid w Cue CNtJwhich Cuewhich
which said COMM Co + eaiittr < I if f + a ti tiprme hr hrprove T Tprove
prove of a s4tcll + ch piwi pfei + l MM MMtlons 04 04tions 4 4tlons < >
tlons shall k l + ie t tsons Meta a eil eilsons ft1Iv ft1Ivsons
sons firm or < r eurwnatlK eonMwat e4MP apermit a mpermit apermit
permit If Hell pla m4 andtions m4tions 4 4tlons
tions are not JK JKCowmittel approved by byCommittee M MCommittee
Committee Ote t Hell eisc eh ehstructure MiMWtag MiMWtagstructure t tstructure
structure shall MM k to tovidctl a1itirdvidttI alaot4 alaot4hht1
vidctl however koww that tatJorsons MMII MMIIpersons rerhPersons
persons first fir or fW1tltuII fW1tltuIIthe gor orattua orattuathey
they the feel fe 1 theimielvon theimielvonthe dIIIrMI atgiri 1 1the wed wedthe
the decision of tkiiM the aoM Plr Plrmittee P1rmIttee lhremittee
mittee may appeal 1 to ih the thecif a OM OMcil t tell
ell for suck iraimtac prwtt per oil i ion and andon MI MIon
on such apt attlHll1l stt to UM tM Ct Cttue l ltue lte
tue City Council HM ieoy > gr pewit i isuch tff tffsuch ofsuch
such permit perJultSection perniltSection permitSection
Section 5 5That That aj pr persus persusviolated r rviol8t > a aviolate
violate violated or altempu to vtol ytulat ytulatthe rluteitethe i ithe
the provisions of 0 thte t Jr orshall Jrshall > r rshall
shall upon eorirt coa coatktIa thTr thrr4fore latot latotfore r rfore
fore the Mayor la1 of 0 MM O Opunished Ctti Cttipunished It Itlmnisked
punished hy Y a tie HMO I Ibundrtd r ot I to rx v vhundred d dhundred
hundred dollars t o i i w y yprisoauiewt II f fprison frisoBmeltt
risoBmeltt prison men t in the CU Cttperiod City > pet petperiod pr e eperiod
period not xee 4fXe4MNI < Uiiic thrrr thrrrSection thr thrSection u uSection
Section 6 iTIw The provtei + oar B of ofOrdinance wiOrdinance dOrdinance
Ordinance SJis11 ha aU a ally piy to th thoccupant the thtoocculRnt theoccupant
occupant contractor or orany wvrk wvrkany wxkany
any such bulUHag InlI1tIl or wSection utrormr utrormrSection trwMrSection
Section 7 7TkSw Thte OroMot OroMotgo 0nM 0nMgo Or aw awgo
go into effect err t immeotatel h hpassage ttasiEMtIpassage i ipassage
passage by 11 the tk City C1t Cooacti Cooactiproval cMtIproal Coiiactlproval
proval by b the tll Mayor MayePassed MayorPassed w wPassed
Passed by b the City ClI CotiiMtl CotiiMtl17th t tl7th t17th
17th day da of Awguat A Ag A D J I ICHAS ICHAS ICHAS
CHAS H HAttest allO liNOW liNOWAttest WN WNAttest
Attest President Preshl of e Ctt CttS > C CS t tS
S P MAYS IA YS City eft Clerk ClerkI awi C1 tk tkI
i I S P Mays Ias City Ctt Clerk ClerkCity < < k c cI tI
I City of Live Oak rtorWa do dacertify docertify docertify
certify that the tll ab ahove aN aNII + r ad aadOrdinance 01 01Ordinance
II Ordinance No SI i 1 wa a rogaiarty rogaiartyed r elarly elarlyed ar ared
ed by the City Ch CHaetl Coaa tl o a UM UMday t i1eI Y YI
I day da of August A D l 11M 11MI 11I o osame < 4same
same is hereby oertt oerttMd 4 to t tfor th fc fcfor
I Ifor for his approval approvalWitness approval1Vitness
I Witness my DU haad aM aw the thesaid thesaid h hsaid
said City Cit this 17th day do of ofA oCA ofA
A D 1906
1906S
S P MAYS Cltv tt its ri riSeal C CSeal lSeal
Seal SealExamined Seali SealExamined
Examined and approved I Ithe h hI
i j the 17th day da of Aatgest A 4 A AM 1t t tM ih ihK
I M K BKOOJ BKOOJMayor BI4k BI4kl
1 Mayor Ia or City of U UDont Uri t tI tDont IS ISDont
I
Dont Have Your Cart CartWork CartWork
h1 i Work or k Butchered ButcheredAt B utcheredl
l tt ttAt
I At the Mill MillI a
i I rn m I11o 1irn iI r Cull Cnrlu
u
I I Build them under undertee a a aI
I tee Have Built Hundrod Hundrodam Hund Hundam
am Building more tert ev tl 1
For Best Prices Write WriteW ti Vrilew rriteW
W H ADKi ADKiP ADKisoN ADKisoNP r rP
P O Box No No4 4 TAlLAMASStI TAUMi1ASSft ° s

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