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Live Oak daily Democrat. (Live Oak, Fla.) 190?-190?, August 27, 1906, Image 2

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A I Ced beneath OOne so as to rfiect r aeet lightupon light lightupon lightJ
upon tJ1 > On the under sides of the fish One Oneof Omof
J of these prisoners survived for or three threeyears threef threeSears
f years under conditions so strangely dif different illtferent different ¬
ferent from its ordinary habits of life lifeand llfeand lifei
i and all of them exhibited the develop development developmeat ¬
ment of spots of pigment on their lower lowerlurfaces lowerurtaces lowerjurfaces
j lurfaces The experimenters conclud concluded ¬
ed that it is s exposure to light thatcauses that thatcauses thatcauses
causes the coloration of the upper upperparts upperf
f parts of 0 the bodies not only of floun flounders flounders flounders ¬
ders but of other fish and conversely converselythat
that it la to the comparative absence absenceof
of light that the whiteness of under undersides undersides undersides
sides of fish is due They extend the thesame thesame thesame
same principle explain to the colorless colorlesscondition colorlesscond1t1on colorlesscondition
condition of the skins of many animalsthat animals animalsthat anImalsi
t i that pass oil their lives In caves en eS
Bird SongsNaturalists Songs SocgsNaturalists
Naturalists have long been puzzled puzzledas
as to how birds learn to sing Does It Itcome
1 come natural to a bird of a certain certainspecies certainI certainspecies
species to sing the song common to Its Itskind ItskInd Itskind
kind or does It learn to Imitate what whatever whatever whatever
I ever song It most hears during the theearly theearly theearly
early days of Its life Experiments Experimentsmade E erlments erlmentsmade
made by a well known student of bird birdlife birdUte birdlife
life proved that most birds simply learn learnby learnby
by Imitation He placed young llnnets linnetsto
a to be reared by skylarks woodlarks woodlarkstitlarks woodlarkstlUarks woodlarkstitlarks
titlarks and other breeds and in every everycase eeryC81e everycase
case the linnet learned the song of his hisfoster bisfoster hisfoster
foster parents Again a number of lin linnets lInil linnets ¬
il nets were reared ared where they had no nochance nochance nochance
chance of hearing the song of any anybird anybird anybird
bird at alL aJ In due course they began beganto
to sing but their song was entirely entirelyoriginal entirelyIf
If original The cuckoo however seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to be an exception ex eptlon for although it is isalmost Isalmost
almost invariably In tns rfably reared by foster fosterparents fosterparents fosterparents
parents of any species but its ownIt own ownIt ownIt
It always sings to perfection its own ownpeculiar ownpeculiar
peculiar song quite uninfluenced by bythe bythe bythe
the vocal efforts of Its guardians guardiansHaM
Hard to Catch Up UpTwo UPTwo UpTwo
Two Slleslnns seated In a music musichall mnsJcj
4 j hall began to argue about the music musicof
of Wagner The argument as it pro progressed progressed progressed ¬
gressed grew heated The upshot was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that the younger challenged the older olderSllesian olderSilesIan olderSileslan
Sllesian to a duel duelBut due1But duelBut
But the older Sllesian declined to tofight 10fight tofight I
1 fight fightNo I
No no nOw he said 101 I refuse to meet meetyou meetyou meetyou
you The risks are not equaL You Tonyou Youyou Youyou
you see are a bachelor whereas I am ama ama amy
y a married man with three children childrenIll
Ill tell you what to do Go get marvied mar marriedand mllrnedllnd ¬
riedand vied and watt till youve a family as aslarge aslarge aslarge
large as mine Then when our risks risksare risksare risksare
are alike come and challenge me meagain m meagain
again againThe againTho againThe I I
The younger man complied He mar married i iried I Irled I
ried Three years passed and one day daythree daythree daythree
three years later he went accompanied accompaniedby
by a nursemaid to his opponents opponentshome opponentshome opponentshome
home hometIere
Here I am he said fiercely My Mywife
hfcf t wife Is at home In this coach are my mythree I
t J three children Now ow for or the duelBut duel duelBut due1But
But the older man shook his head headNot headNot headNot
Not yet awhile he said I have havefive havefie haveflee
five now nowExercise nowExercise nowEereise
Exercise For Business MenThe Men MenThe fenThe
The average city business man with without withont without ¬
out physical Impediments to fight fightagainst fightagainst fighagainst t
against can probably get along success successfully succesrtu1ly successfully s ¬
fully on such an exercise schedule 6che ule a athe as asthe asthe s
the followingFirstFive fol1owlngFlrstF1e following followingFirst
First FlrstF1e Five minutes each day of ofpurely otpurely o opurely i
purely muscular exercise such as can canbe canbe ca I Ibe
be taken perfeetly p t1r well in ones room roomwithout roomwithout roo roowithout m
without any special apparatus apparatusSecond apparatusSecondShort
Second SecondShort Short Intervals during durln the theday theday th thday I
day of fresh air brisk walking dee deebreathing deep p
breathing This can all be secured In Inthe Inthe 1 1the n
the regular order of the days business businessA
A man can easily spend as much as ashalf ashalt a ahalf s
half an hour walking out of doors doorsevery doorseery doorsevery
every day This is for heart h i fun funand lungs lungsand lunginnd
and digestion digestionThird dfsestlonThlrdThe digestionThirdThe
Third ThlrdThe The reservation r of at least leastone leastone leas leasone t
one day a week for or rest and recreation recreationfor
for being out of doors for playing playinggames pluyllJgiUjJ pluyltganies g
games iUjJ etc This is essential This Thisfor Is Isfor Istor
for both body and mind A man who whothinks whothinks wh whthinks o
thinks he can get along without at atleast atlesst a aleast t
least one vacation time a week simply simplyproves simplyproes simplproves y
proves his Ignorance IsnoranceWorlds Worlds Work WorkThe WorkThe Workr
r The DUe of a GirL UtrLThe GirLThe GirLThe
The bite of a girl may be as produc productive productIte prod prodfive ¬
five of poisonous germs as Improperly ImJro ly F
S flieifcite flieifciteMiller the tat Sb1tI tatMiller
14 + Miller I u rUI er ofin of ofIn o oL oH
H In a ax lecture lecturebl
> x v a bite bl te of 0 t a aefibring aen
11 en efibring n r bring a quicker quickerrte
ot4ie crte rte I Iot4ie death than the bits biteProfessor bitsProfessor blt bltProfessor
Professor Miller who has hasstudy hasal
< al 1 l W eca I iecai study of the bacteria of ofthe otthe ofthe
the mouth said that only a short time timeago timeago timeago
ago he experimented on a beautiful girl girlIn
In Germany and nd found that an arrow arrowdipped arrowdipped arrowdipped
dipped In saliva from her mouth would wouldsend wouldsend wouldsend
send itsf4rtim Its tlm m In death throes more moreterrible moreterrible moreterrible
terrible than n one dipped In the venom venomof venomof venomof
of the most deadly snake snakeWhat What toEat to toEat toL toT1dn
Eat L
Twin Born la Different Years YearsI
I have often of n been present at the thebirth thebirth thebirth
birth of twins said an old nurse nurseOnly nurseOnly nurseOnly
Only once oncewns was was I present though thoughwben thoughwbenthe when whenthe
the twins were born in different years yearsTwins yearsTwins yearsTwins
Twins born In different years years1 You Youare Yonare Youare
are crazy said the young bride brideNot brideliot brideNot
Not a bit of It it said the th old nurse nurseThe nurseThe nurseThe
The The thing happened in Pittsburg in
1899 The first twin was born at 1130 1150oclock 1130oclock 1130oclock
oclock on the night of Dec 31 1899 1899and
and the second was born at 1 oclock oclockin
in the morning of Jan 1 1900 There Thereare
are maam a number of other cases
re rey recorded of twins born in different differentyears differentyears differentThe
y years <
The Cat Had Chicken ChickenThe ChickenThe ChlclcenThe
The old housekeeper met the master masterat
at the door on his arrival home homeIf
If you please sir she said the thecat thecat thecat
cat has had chickensNonsense chickens chickensNonsense chickensonsensc
Nonsense onsensc Mary laughed he You Youmean Youmean Youmean
mean kittens Cats dont have chick chickens chlcke chlckWas ¬
ens e ns
Was them chickens or kittens asyou as asyou asyou
you brought home last night asked askedthe askedthe askedthe
the old woman womanWhy womanWhy WomanWhy
Why they were chickens of course courseJust courseJust courseJust
Just so sir replied Mary with wItha wIthatwinkle a atwinkle atwinkle
twinkle Well the cats had em eml emlA emA I IA
A Comprehensive Verdict VerdictA erdlctchild
A child In an English town waskilled was waskilled waskt11ed
killed by a steam atomizing apparatus apparatusfalling apparatusfalling apparatusalling
falling f on It t The coroners Jury Jurybrought jurybrought jurybrought
brought in n the following curious ver verdict verdict verdict ¬
dict Death resulted from shock fol following fol1ltIng folowing ¬
lowing l bronchitis and whooping coughcaused cough coughcaused cou coucaused
caused through the shaking of the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house by the firing of a gun at the thegovernment thegoemmcnt thegovernment
government proof butts on the Pulmstead Pulm Pulmstead Pulmstead
stead marshes marshesRaising marshesRaising marshesRaising
Raising His Wages WagesY Rages1You
Y 1You You ou know I told you a few days daysafter daysafter daysafter
after he employed me that he said saidhed saidhed saidhed
hed raise my wages in a month or so soZ soZYcs
Z zYcs Yes And nd didnt heNs he heNo heXo
No I misunderstood him He Hesaid Hesaid
said hed try to raise my first weeks weekswages weekswages weekswages
wages by that time I havent had a ashilling ashilling ashilling
shilling yet yotLondon London TitBits TitBitsUJu
UJ UJu Bucolic Business BusinessThat DnIDeaThat BusinessThat
That was a perfectly lovely gent gentman gentle gentleman gentleman ¬
man I met last night declared the thepretty th
pretty milliner He has a good veilable veil reliable rellable ¬
able business too tooWhat tooWhat
What is it asked her friend friendWhy friendWhy friendWhy
Why he sells farm Implements Implementscontinued Implemenfscontinued Implementscontinued
continued the pretty girl girlWhat glr1at girlWhat
What at kind of farm implements implementsBuckets ImplementsBucketsnothing implementsBucketsnothing
Buckets Bucketsnothing nothing but buckets He Hetold Hetold H Htold e
told me he kept a bucket shop shopDe shopDetrolt De Detroit ¬
troit Free Press PressPtomaine PressPtollJnlne PressPtomniue
Ptomaine PtomainePtomaines PtollJnlnePtomaInes PtomniuePtomaines +
Ptomaines according to Qualn are arealkaloids arealkaloids artalkaloids
alkaloids produced by the decomposi decomposition ¬
tion of animal substances The word wordptomaine wordptomaine wog wogptomaine
ptomaine was at first restricted to al alkaloids alkaloids ¬
kaloids produced < 1 by cadaveric decom decomposition decomposltl ¬
position posltl n but it is now also employed employedto et
to designate desl nlte alkaloids of animal origin originformed orl origlforme ln lnformttl
formed during life as a result of hem
fcal cal changes Induced by b > some agencor agency agencyor
or other acting actln within the organism organismYouth or organismYouth anism anismYouth
Youth and Pleasure PleasureYouth 111ensurcYouth PleasureYouth
Youth Is not the age of pleasure pleasureWe
We then expect pect too much and we are aretherefore arctherefore ar
therefore exposed esposc l to dally disappoint disappointments ¬
ments and mortifications When w we weare weare
are a little older and have ha c brought broughtdown brouhtdown brouhdown i
down our wishes to our experience experiencethen eterienccthe experiencethen
then we become b > > ome calm and Ivejln to en enjoy enjoy e ejoy
joy ourselves ourselvesLord Lord Liverpool LiverpoolFortune LlverlOolFortun
Fortune FortuneFortune FortunPortune FortuneFortune
Fortune is like the market rnlr et where wheremany whereman e
many man times if you can stay 8m a little toe toeprice tbepice th thpace e
price will fall and again a lIn It is some sometimes someUmes
times like a sibyls offer which at first firstoffereth firstotreretb
offereth the commodity at full the then thenconsumeth thenconsumeth
consumeth part and part and still hold holdeth boldeth bolteth
eth np the price prlcoBncon prlcoBnconA Bacon BaconA
A proper secrecy Is the only mystery mysteryof mysteof rs
of able men Mystery is the oul only onlysecrecy F
secrecy of weak and cunning ones
Bread Cake Pies EtcCakes Etc EtcCakes j i
Cakes made special to order Cream Bread a j
Specialty i Mays Bros Broome Turbeville
Surrency E Powers and nd G W Townsend handle
four our bread and no othersR others
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1 1 BOW BOWi R RI Rkeys
keys goods are the finestoportations finestoportationsJ fines m ariadons
1 J of China obtainable an ancwill VTJll rill be given givenaway gIvenaway givenaway
away free of charge to the person prs n or perSOflS per persons persons ¬
sons holding the lucky numblrs numblrsEGINNING numb s 4 4BEGINNING
Si Sia a i J t
m BEGINNING SEPT1 SEPT1ahd SE 0 T 1 1wIth j
and continuing until Dec 24 ve will give givewith gi re
with each CASH PURCHASE PURCtHASLoff URcHA lOf of 250 25cone 250one = Itfl Itflone r y
I one coupon ticket WhIC whicliwill whicliwillN will 1
all ct t N entitle the holder to tochance k kchance j tj I
chance onthese onthesebeautiful on these j jbeautiful J
l beautiful bea beautifulprizes ltiful V Vprizes
1 prizes p r I z es i H t 14
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bers are we do not know
and willnbt will not know un until unl ¬
tie l the 24th day of December when
we expect to get geta f fa
a telegram fro mike m the house from whom we bought i 1
3 these goods telling us what the three lickY liicky l i cky numbers numbersafe j jj
j a ale e This telegram will then be placed n our window windowso win do M
so that th t every everyone one may see just what Cumbers win winthe WIn
the prizes prizesSURRENCY K
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