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Live Oak daily Democrat. (Live Oak, Fla.) 190?-190?, September 21, 1906, Image 7

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came the very next day and was a amile amIle amile
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third miles or an average of six and a ahalf ahalt ahalf
half miles for each working day The Thesix Thesb Thesix
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his stone to his following who did didlikewise didlikewise didlikewise
likewise We then exchanged exchuu ed stones stonesand stonesand
and each holding h > > ldlng the stone in his right righthand ri rightrand bt bthnnd
hand w with t11 his hi left dug a hole in the thesoil thesoli thesoil
soil meanwhile > uttering words of sup supposed 8Ulpoed supposed ¬
posed magic import In these holes we wefinally wetinnlly wefinally
finally placed the stones and covered coveredthorn coveredthem coveredthem
them with sand We then grasped graspedhands graspedhnnds graspedhands
hands and assured each other that we wewere wewere wewere
were the best friends rien s possible possibleThe
The Editor and the Tramp TrampBret TrumpBret TrampBret
Bret Hartes first stories appeared In Inthe Inth inthe
the th San Francisco Overland Monthly MonthlyThen MonthlyThen ollthlyThen
Then be was appointed editor of this thismagazine tillsmagazine thismagazine
magazine That was In 1809 About Aboutthis Aboutthis Abouttilts
this same period two or three weekly weeklynewspapers weeklyuew weeklyuewspapers
newspapers uew pa ers were struggling for exist esIstence existence exlsteUtoc ¬
ence enceOne enceOne eUtocOne
One day the office boy went to the theeditor theetUtor theeditor
editor of the Soaring Eagle and said saidThere saidTherp saidThere
There Is I a tramp at the door and andbe antIhe andhe
he says ny he has had nothing to eat for forsix forsix forsix
six day dayKetch daysFetch 1YH 1YHctcll
Ketch him In said the editor It Ifw ItWfO Itwe
w WfO < can find out how he does It we can canrun canrm canrut
run this blamed paper for another anotherweek anotherweek anotherweek
week
The Prisoner PrlBoarrAn
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a Scottish + h Jail lIe asked the solitary solitarywarder solitarywnnllr solitarywarder
warder for the governor Hes away awayfushinV awaytu awayfushin
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Well Ill see the prisoners said
the inspector inspectorHim
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ly who is guarded g utrded by h poverty and andguided andguided andguided
guided by b love loveSir Sir Philip Sidney SidneyDeWitfs ShIneyDeWitts SidneyDewitts
DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is best bestGet bestGet bestGet
Get DeWitfs Good for everything everythinga
a salve Is used for including piles pilesSold pilesSold pilesSold
Sold by City CIt Pharmacy PharmacyHave PharmacyHave PharmacyHave
Have you seen the display displayof
of musical instruments at the theFlorida theFlorida theFlorida
Florida Book Supply Co CoAlways CoAlways CoAlways
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Brands It 1 have no interest ia B the matter only that I tract tractto 110 110to
to buy a good shoe once in a while You Y Cu will W1lremcmber remember that thatI M
I handled your shoes shOCl1fhen when in m business in In Quanah and nd know knowwhat bowwbst knotswhat
what they are REV WALTER WALTERGRl GRIFFITH GRIFFITiTSilverton GRIFFITHSilverton FlTIf FlTIfSil
Silverton Sil n1reca n1recaCould Texas TexasCould TexasCould
Could the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes be bemore bemore R Rmore
more convincingly onvincinglyshownl shown j You Youare are just as anxious anxiousfor I Ifor e efor
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man Electric Lighted Ligh ed Train between St Augustine Jacksonville Jacksonvilleand
and New Yorkr via Richmond and Washington Leave St Augus Augustine Augustine Augustine ¬
tine 1210 PM and Jacksonville 120 PM daily including Sundays SundaysONLY SundaysONLY SundaysONLY
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Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans OrleansKoriull OrleansFurtull OrleansFur
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JACKSON JACKS0NVILLEFLA VILLE FLA
NOTICE OP SALE SALENotice SALENotice SALENotice
Notice is hereby given that under undeland underand undeiand
and by virtue of an order issuing issuingout
out of the court of the County Judge Judgein
in and for Suwannee county count Flor Florida Florida Florida ¬
ida dated the 31st day of August AugustA
A D 1906 wherein and whereby wherebythe wherebthe
the undersigned as administrator of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the estate of J A Adams late of ofSuwannee ofSuwannee ofSuwannee
Suwannee countyFlorida count Florida deceased deceasedwas
was authorized to make sale of so somuch somuch somuch
much of the real estate of said de decedent decedent decedent ¬
cedent as may be necessary to satisfy satisfythe satisrthe satisfythe
the indebtedness of said estate I IJ IJ IJ
J H Wetherington as administrator administratorof
of the estate of the said J A Adams Adamsdeceased AdamsI AdamsIdeceasedI
I IdeceasedI deceased for the purpose of paying pa lng
the indebtedness of said estate will vrillon vi1Jfn willon
on Monday the first day of October OctoberA
A P I 1906 between the legal hours hoursof
of sale of said day da and at the front frontdoor frontdoor frontdoor
door of the court house in Suwannee Suwanneecounty Suwanneecount Suwanneecounty
county count Fla bid off of and sell at pub public public public ¬
lic outcry to the highest bidder biddertherefor bidderthereior biddertherefor
therefor for cash the following des described described described ¬
cribed land or so much thereof as asmay asmar asmay
may be necessary to pay pa the indebted indebtedness ¬
ness of the aforesaid estate towit towitThe towitTbe towitThe
The W V 1h of the NW 14 of section sectioneight sectioneigb sectioneight
eight t 8 in Township four 4 4south 4south 1 1of
south of Range fifteen 15 east ly lying 1 1Ing 1Ing = ¬
ing and being situate the county of ofSuwannee ofSuwannee ofSuwannee
Suwannee and state of Florida FloridaJ
J H WETHERINGTON
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