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Live Oak daily Democrat. (Live Oak, Fla.) 190?-190?, August 31, 1906, Image 6

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makes mak s life now as safe In that city cityas
as on the higher uplands E W WGoodloe WGoodloe WGoodloe
Goodloe who resides on Dutton St StIn StIn StIn
In Waco Tex needs no sea wall wallfor wallfor wallfor
for safety He writes I have haveused haveused haveused
used Dr Kings New Discovery for forConsumption forCo forColisumptlon
Consumption Co the past five years and andIt andit andit
It keeps me well and safe Before Beforethat Beforethat Beforethat
that time I had a cough which for foryears foryears
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years ears had been growing worse Now
its gone Cures chronic Coughs CoughsLaGrippe CoughsLaGrippe CoughsLaGrippe
LaGrippe Croup Whooping Cough Coughand Coughand Coughand
and prevents Pneumonia Pleas Pleasto
to take Every bottle guaranteed guaranteedat
d at all drug stores Price 50c 5 c and
100 Trial bottle free freeThe free1lIe freeSaebem
The Sachem of Pokanoket PokanoketThe
The sachem of Pokanoket known in iuthe inthe
the history of New England as King KingPhilip KingPhlllp I
5 1 Philip was the youngest son of Chief ChiefMassaeoIL ChiefMassnsolt Chieflllassasolt
MassaeoIL His Indian name was Po Pometacom P PoW
W metacom but his father was friendly friendlyto
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T to the English colonists who gave him himthe himthe himthe
2 J1 the name of Philip His warfare upon uponthe
the settlers some fifty years after thefirst the thefirst thefirst I
first landing of the pilgrims pU lms at Plym Plymouth Plymoutb ¬ I
oath rock harassed them greatly but butPhilip butPhilip
1 Philip was at last killed at New Hope Hopeand I
and the war thus ended The title of ofking orking ofd
d king corresponded better with his Eng English Engllsh English ¬
lish name than the Indian title of ofsachem ofsachem ofA
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The following advertisement Is from froma
a Danish paper The he hotels charmingly charminglysituation charmlnJlysituation charminglysituation
situation surrounded of a nice garden gardenthe gardenthe gardenthe
the good cuisine the kindly accommo accommodation accommodation accommodatlon ¬
dation with moderate charge and good goodconveyances goodconeyances goodconveyances
conveyances with easy occasion for forsalmon forsalmon forsalmon
salmon and trout fisnlnfr the ascendlug ascend ascending ScendIng ¬
ing of the surrounding mountains has hasdone hasdooe hasdone
done this place well known and praised praisedof
of all travelers X No B BThe The Landlord Landlordla
la spoken English very good goodThe goodThe goodThe
The Siege Sl ce of LJbon LJbonWhen LlabODWhen LIbont
t When Lisbon was besieged b by the theSpanish tlIeSpnn1sh theSpanish
Spanish in the fifteenth century such suchPortuguese sucbPortuguese suchPortuguese
Portuguese as were captured were weremaimed weremaImed weremaimed
maimed Their eyes were put out outtheir outtheir outtheir
their noses lips or ears were cut off offtheir ot ottheir offi
i their finger nails or fingers amputated amputatedand
and In this miserable plight they were weresent weresent weresent
sent back into the city with the announcement an announcement announ ¬
nouncement noun cement that when it was taken all allthe allthe allC
C the defenders would be similarly treaty treatRefuzed treat treated ¬ I Ied
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Refused Refua the theHenry King KlolrHenry KingHenry
Henry VIII bad six wives The Themost Themost Themost
most extraordinary ambition was dis displayed displayed displayed ¬
played by the fair ser In general to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain the dangerous distinction of be being belog belag ¬
log his queen One Instance alone is isquoted Isquoted Isquoted
quoted of his meeting with a refusal refusaland refusaland refusaland
and that was on the part of a witty wittyDuchess wittyDuchess wittyDuchess
Duchess of Milan who replied to his hisoffer hisoffer hisQ
Q offer that she unfortunately had but butone butone butone
one head and could not afford to lose loseIt loseIt loseIt
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r Real Mortifying MortifyingGeorge HortlblncGeorge
George kissed me last night she shesaid shesaid shesaid
said and Im so mortified that I Ihardly Ihardly Ihardly
hardly know what to do doWhy doWhy doWhy
Why do you regard kissing before beforeyou betoreyou beforeyou
you are engaged as a disgrace disgraceNo
No but In my surprise I forgot to tomake tomake tomake
make a pretense of fighting him off for fora
a while whllechlcago Chicago RecordHerald RecordHeraldThe
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The Word Tord Vice X MeeNice ViceNice lee leeNice
Nice Is one of the exceptional exceptionalwords exceptionalWords exceptionalwords
words which have risen on the scale scaleand sCaleand scaleand
and improved with age It is from theLatin the theLatin theLatin
Latin nescius and originally sign signified slgIilfied signfled ¬
fied Ignorant To Chaucer it regularly regularlymeant regularlymeant regularlymeant
meant foolish foollshuwise wise and nothing nothingnice nothingnice nothingnice
nice In Spensers time it still meant meanteffeminate meaoteffeminate meanteffeminate
effeminate From general foolishness foolishnessthere foolishnessthere foolishnessthere
there was probably first a specialization specializa ¬
tion to foolish fussiness s about trifles triflesThen triflesThen triflesThen
Then the Idea of Ignorance dropped droppedout
out and the word meant particular particularabout particularnOOu particularabout
about nOOu details accurate It was credit creditable creditable creditable ¬
able to be a nice observer or to toshow toshow tok
k show nice Judgment And so in the theend theend theV
V end the positively agreeable meaning meaningof I
of today tod todsymas S 1as was evolved evolvedLOW evolvedL01C
LOW 10 HOUND THll HATES I1ATKSvia
via viaLOUISVILLE viaLOUISVILLE in inL01JISILLB
LOUISVILLE XASHVILLK IS H ItThe HThe HThe
The Louisville Nashville Rail Railroad Hailroad Railroad ¬
road will sell roundtrip tickets from fromJacksonville fromJacksonil1e fromJacksonville
Jacksonville to points shown on dates datesindicated datesIndicated datesindicated
+ indicated Proportionately low rates ratesfrom ratesfrom ratesfrom
from other pointsY points
Y 1705 1708Memphis Memphis Tent and return returnTickets nturnTickets returnTickets
Tickets on sale September 9th 9thto 9thto 9thto
to 12th inclusive Final re return return return ¬
turn limit good to leave
k 4 4Menphs
Menphs Memphis returning Septem September ¬
ber 2Olh 2oTh 1906 1906322oI 19063220Iallas
3220Iallas 3220 322oI Dallas > Texas and return returnTickets retunlTickets returnTickets
Tickets sold October 6th and and7th and7th and7th
7th Final return limit 21 21days 21days 21days
days from date of sale sale1280ButTnlo sale3280Buffalo
3280 1280ButTnlo Buffalo X 1 and return returnTickets returnTickets returnTickets
Tickets sold October 10th 10thMth 10th11th 10th11th
11th and 12th Final return returnlimit returnlimit returnlimit
limit leaving Buffalo October October19th October19th October19th
19th 1906 1906S19CO 1906190oXew 19061900New
S19CO 190oXew rNeu Orleans La and re ¬
turn Tickets on sale uctober
ober 12th to 15th inclusiveFinal inclusive inclusiveFinal inclusiveFinal
Final return limit October 30
1906 By B depositing ticket ticketwith ticketwith ticketwith
with Special Agent New Or Orleans Orleans Orleans ¬
leans and paying fee of 50c 50can SOcan 50can
an extension of return limit limitcan limitcan limitcan
can be secured until Novem November Xoyember Novemher ¬
ber 30 1906 1906176lcmphis 19061765Memphis
1765 176lcmphis Memphis Tenn and returnTickets return returnTickets returnTickets
Tickets sold October 15th loth16th 15th16th 15th16th
16th 17th and 18th Final Finalreturn Finalreturn Finalreturn
return limit October 30th By Bydepositing Bydepositing Bydepositing
depositing ticket with Special SpecialAgent SpecialAgent SpecialAgent
Agent Memphis and paying payingfee
fee of 50 cents an extension extensionof
of return limit can be secured secureduntil secureduntil secureduntil
until November 30 1906 1906t60 19061603Chicago
4003 1603Chicago = > Chicago Illinois and return returnTickets returnTickets returnTickets
Tickets on sale daily to Sep September September September ¬
tember I 30th Final return returnlimit returnlimit returnlimit
limit October 31 1906 19063S40lIot 1906310Hot
3840 3S40lIot Hot Springs Ark and re return return return ¬
turn Tickets sold daily dailyFinal dail dailFinal dailyFinal
Final return limit 90 days daysfrom dasfrom daysfrom
from date of sale saleDaily saleDail saleDaily
Daily Dail to September 30th round roundtrip roundtrip roundtrip
trip summer tourist tickets will be beon beon beon
on sale to various resorts Full in information inormatlJn information ¬
formation schedules time tables tablesetc tablesetc tablesetc
etc will be furnished promptly on onapplication onapplication onapplication
application to toG toG I
G E HERRING HE1S1UXGFla < I IIn
Fin In Pass > > nss Agent tnt L X R RM RMXo R RXo RNo
Xo 118 11811 W Hay UU St StJACKSONVILLE StJACKSQXTIIJLE StJACKSONVILLE
JACKSONVILLE FLA FLAXOTICE FLAXOTICE FLANOTICE
XOTICE OF 0 ELECTION ELECTIONTo
To the Sheriff of Smvannee County CountyOf Count Countor
Of the State of o Florida FloridaBe
Be it Known That I H CLAY CLAYCRAWFORD CLAYCRAWFORD CLAYCRAWFORD
CRAWFORD Secretary of State of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State of Florida do hereby give givenotice givenoUce givenotice
notice that a aGeneral aGencral aGeneral
General Election Electionwill Elcctionwlll Electionwill
will be held in Suwannee County CountyState CountState CountyState
State of Florida on Tuesday next nextsucceeding nextsucceeding nextsucceeding
succeeding the first Monday in Nov November November November ¬
ember A D 1906 the said Tues Tuesday Tuesda Tuesday ¬
day da being the theSixth theSixth theSixth
Sixth Day of November NovemberFor
For One Representative of the Second SecondCongressional SecondCongressional SecondCongressional
Congressional District of Florida FloridaI
in the Sixtieth Congress of f the theUnited theUnited
United States StatesFor StatesFor StatesFor
For Two Railroad Commissioners for forthe forthe forthe
the State of Florida FloridaTwo FloridaTwo FloridaTwo
Two Justices of the Supreme Court Courtof
of the State of Florida FloridaFor FloridaFor FloridaFor
For Two Members of the House of ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatives
Representatives of the State of ofFlorida ofFlorida ofFlorida
Florida FloridaFor FloridaFor FloridaFor
For County Assessor of Taxes TaxesFor TaxesFor TaxesFor
For Tax Collector CollectorFor
For County Treasurer TreasurerFor
For Five County Commissioners CommissionersI I
i Ii
For Three Members of the County CountyBoard CountyBoard i I iI
Board of Public Instruction InstructionFor I
For Justice of the Peace in and for forthe forthe forthe
the following Justice Districts DistrictsViz
Viz Xo 0 3 Xo No4 4 Xo 5 No 6 Xo
7 No S No 10 No 11 Xo 12 12Xo 1 1No I IXo
Xo 13 Xo 14 Xo 15 Xo 16 and andXo andNo andNo
No 17 17For 17For I
For Constable in and for the follow following following following ¬
ing Justice Districts viz Xo 1 Xo
2 Xo o 3 Xo 4 1 Xo 5 No G Xo Xol0 7 7Xo 7No
Xo S No 10 No 11 No 12 1 Xo
13 No 14 No 15 No 1G and andXo andNo
Xo 17 17InTestimony 17I 17IuTestimony
InTestimony I Whereof I have 1m e here hereunto herpunto hereunto
unto set mv m hand and affixed tin tit thegreat > i I Igreat
great Seal of tle State of Florida t tat
at Tallahassee the Capital this thistie thist thistke
tie t e first day of September > r A D j I
1906 1906LS 1906LS I ILS
LS H CLAY CRAWFORD CRAWFORDSecretary CRAVFORDSecretary CRAWFORDSecretary
Secretary of State StateTo StatTo StateTo
To J H Rickerson Sheriff of Su1 Su1wanuee Su Suwannee i I iI iwannet
wanuee County i
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t i er r rt rer SUWANNEE BAKERY BAKERYBread
The TheJob
Job Jobwis Bread Cake Pies Etc EtcCakes Etctvisd
wis wispaclficat tvisd tvisdpacate
paclficat paclficatrabbit Cakes made special to order Cream Bread a
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JVcatch catch Itwe It we mus Surrency Powers and G W Townsend handle handleand
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5 547WINS Quality QualityWINS 4
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WE x T TE E NOW NOW HAVE ON EXHIE EXHIEin EXHlBm EXHlBmin EX
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1 PAIR HANDPAINTED DRfSDfN VASES VASfSi
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1 1Tshese UANDP HANDPAINTED AINTfD PUNCn BOWL BOWLThese BOWShese
These Tshese hese goods are the finest import importof
3 of China obtainable and will be gi giaway giaway
3 away free of charge to the person o or orsons < r
1 7 M sons holding the lucky numbers numbersBEGINNING numbersBEGINNING
71
1 BEGINNING SEPT SEPTi 1 1and 1i
i i and continuing until Dec 24 we will willwith willwith willwith
with each CASH PURCHASE of 25 25one 26one 2 5 5one <
one coupon ticket which will willentitle wH1entitle willentitle
entitle the holder to achance a achance achance
chance on thesebea thesebeautiful these thesebeautiful
beautiful beautifulprizes bea tiful tifulpnzes
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prizes prizesi prizesAS
A AS S TO WHAT THE LUCKY LUCKYbers
i bens are we do not know and will not ki kitil ktil
i til the 24th day of December when
we
a expect expwta c ca
a telegram from the house from whom we wethese Wlthese wethese
these goods go ds telling us what the three
lucky w ware nlare n I m mare
are This telegram will then be placed in our ourso Q nso Qso
so that th t every eve y one
may see just what nUIn nunil nunilthe nurnthe
the prizes prizesSURRENGY nH 1it 1itS iffI iffIlHigh
d A SURRENGY SURRENGYHigh S BEN CY POWERS POWERSI
I 4High lHigh High HighFREE GradeOrocers GradeOrocersI rs rsFREE
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