Suwannee Democrat

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Material Information

Title:
Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
Creation Date:
January 3, 1963
Frequency:
semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates:
30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note:
Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID:
UF00028422:01153

Related Items

Related Items:
Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by:
Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by:
Suwannee leader
Preceded by:
Suwannee citizen

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1~C -~aed ugut 1. 18?LIVE OAK. FLORIDA, FI'I,)AY, D)ECEMBER 6, 1907. V'OL X1 No. 2


01 [SS G[ SENSATIONAL ARRESTS CO G [SHS O YNDCMING-OUT O O USNES TTMPE

IxPected a8 Result of at Big Texas
FIre. .IDate~ Changed Prom the 7th of DeOF MWHAT THE Houston, Texas, Dec. 3.-A section BRLIN (tNCHARWaTEt. cnie to the 11th of JanuaryT.
MO EN SAI of gas pipe with a turpentine ball at [ZVIJ I )~N MEO:N c oIciserbgiethtoa- IN EITHER BRANCH Olp Co.
eithfe-r end, another turpentine ball, NZJM~f~1iote i abiliy oive some of the
GILES ON SECOND DAY
a kerosene soaked mattress and oth-_____cdiaetobprsnatheoer evidences of incendiarism have lendte to be edpren Saturday, the1
901l STTE PM been discovered in the second story RAN~ P[ETdate has been postponed to the 11ith~ O IL ~ lD
uq of the Dunn building. The grand HO-A RA IETday of January. The same commit.10 S f B SAN O
Jury has subpoenaed a number of leempn named by the petitions will

le sextrons and Novel witnesses. Insurance officials stl he exece to lerv ono e the commitNo mannssensational arrests will be made oa J0YI (Ckzinon Aig un Speaker-Pres.tesorceinadeteti nt
N w ~~w h c I p tl l t ac c u t eo t h e fir e o u da y tihe tc a l ( I lt e T h a n k s a r e e x te n d e d to t h o s e w h o a n d S e n a t e
recevedthe etiion andwer so Washington, D. C., Dec. 2.--Tb

So moal message of Presiden', building and other property valued go st aetecru~in ana eueo rsdn o
at $750,000. ~Washington. tDev. A brilliant thenm in charge. J. K. WOOD, vl a edtdyI oh H r.
Roosevelt, read Tuesdayat$5,0.o etwsrdtdyInbhHsi
~ Icone characterized 0,- mneoting, of SceayPoTr.of Congress, and practically no busttte Jont session of both hou ammlUinCttn h -tehcnSceayPoTm
Farne~'UnonCoto, heSititheogro-. today. in the ness was attempted by either bod,
at Sixtieth U'nited .States con- M1Pnll)Pr., of the Farmers' Union ia!.~nd li1, o f lfslr O rP'rsflt!iv s TWE)TEGTYFU. beyond listening to the niessage rhe
~aais hit~thusniwill take notice that the price fixed hi-re were nota!,ie _atlecrjn-s in the galleries of both the Senate &ond the
hN ofical ctio ofthe1;nin I ofof tjt of- Washington, De. 2.-The eflgag!-- House were crowded at the beginulag
whoicia aurction io the sondisfonma galltrel so"-f pilne ca ,ta Th ctSo n-~!~ito omrSnao er of the session of each body. but a or nrasidenl brecm end eea hc cto stesls f from )ii~ T0~t;o h -lia.Tecw 'vs of West Virginia, eighty-foulr te reading progressed the attendorntonlvatesfr Io-2 ,re Toer 4 cnts, tording teo inw toilt Ahu tot'c t >fr timTed ,to I 'a Is old, and isMaud Ashford :anee diminished somewlbat. In the
grade. Thunerseendin a to ave bei hol;, abou uI aeke ht 10 a V>i~o newsipaper woman, was main, however, it was well maintatnps riff benpotate any restoi ti nesadn st hi, P~ it o~' ~lt1 conli rned toda Y by- a brother of theedutlheatsnec o te
gftorif e elec ton d a e s hence this notice. E. It. W ISE, '-)I v 110111 h;'Ve 11it lfont wrvd I young" W otnti.uTheltakesldocument h d f l enom e of s of
a erteeeto.President and Organizer, Mllgr '~ll,. t- O&s0.one ot t -- h marriage a ,; dou eth dfl nfrm he1p o
place,,, aboutNew Yar's the official readers.
m.~ o e ye c a ry the dong r a y- S uw ann fe, C ounty U nia.. r il r i te e t _
moetneesar t df ay-Tho 5ir'1g SEckle's (f 11.the wer Senators and members were supapse f heladngntina lllte ,moofrcr, ena iv.W.0. fg O IfR plied with printed copies of the melInpfidnilelcins tvllr Tefr sage and many of them followed the
isa prebidential elcios Jose))
m~~~~~~ Ios Wia motnc rmt~I[[ NOT D[YIAT[, 111110", toe farnai 1weC siiii f otr )I What.[D~ UILL reading clerks with scrupulous car,.
aofthe President is the i 11i~t ~aI t-s~eh.r0 The reading consumed about two and
tuca hodrssio ord ths(tihra onby a quarter Lours in each of the humsg
luncial depression or striL- -- l~~Dmocrats ot -Mr. John Shiarp W iiSlLII\ l)T )IUY Th os i o oa olwn
pointing to the moral lesson M 1 ,' tMSVL AE im sterial~ oeo.;,- --SITOSAXPUDVM
,fpgrgation of dishonest business I VEThCIAII IC'lasashired< vrtO0I~ I ()illl COPIMtINT tlIi To NI-% C. C. ( The l ea di esd in the follow
IT PLAIN. for ov'ations for t hose thnt ledefnetedaen.hema
of the introduction of many bills, but
________The vast hail oi- til.e house, of re
atho o th m ssae rge H "10,0at 4ys iran g %%mh cheers of I~-some measures were presented. I1
action as to a definite cur-; 1:dr iekrterHlAIIFFT the Senate so far no bills have beet
pls.thugB[eWinti NOT th 1 i1licans" Ind Demloerals for thiIv[ IHWR DIJlk LLLLIL introduced, but there Is scarcely a
IIE11 OT B AL (ANIDU Ef lrL cs and the sekrreceived i,,ao hoe ds sno elcy
Wis of th. world. lie urges that ident ~r the United S:a:es. The lIa$.~...... t LII 4>ii~ i~ ~ *~ ~It t .1 1 ~O '> arid to. ~PeeCLes will be d.-diver"
Us federal ~ .~rn rnent invest igat'? of the reTire~ettr ation will h~ t w3 I I II II fl '141) P. hI :1 II) We I I I b -r of tho~ who are a b;e ;iu t~i-c I ~ e -;.-a:.r, b.~, '," I'"t, :~,g Camp s'.t~-ikers. On the whole a grand good















THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1907.

8LAL'GHTERING TECHNICALITIES The Tampa Tribune is correct Wililiam' Kidney Pill2. F LO R IDA AILY
The Tallahassee Sun, like the when it says that "Congressman Have you neglected your Kidneys! _________Democrat, Is hostile to the unneces- IClark made a great hit in his address Have you overworked your nervous sary technicalities which are so coni- at Live Oak on Tuesday evening, s system and caused trouble with YouIreF bl o.2
stautly employed in our criminal proving himself a loyal son of the kidneys and bladder? Have you pains. aigEfc UDY UE3,a 20 .Kzp
courts to defeat justice and encour- South and eager in his determination iIn loins, side, back, groins and blad- SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DM~ age crime by hiding in the escape of I to aid his State and section in secur- jder? Have you a flabby appearance ------ -----crmial. i Sn asdicoerd ig heir first recognition by the of the faLe, especially under tPAD DOWN. ---CSNMTAL TIN&.
a case up In Illinois remarkable for federal government." -eyes? Too frequent a desire to pass No. 3 No. 1.L
the fact that a host of technicalities I urne? if go ilas Kidney Pills "' ed I and AdAFONI
were put to flight by a sensible sup- A Tallahassee dispatch says that! will cure you-at Druggist Price 50c. "1,,iIa:. I aily. reme court, and refers to it as fol- the Governor has supne'rmWilliamis' Marafacturlng Co., Props., 43epnleOa.ArI
suspended~~~ane frm am 4 No im Lv ......... .............. Eier Oakw ..... .........
lows: office M. D. Jones, tax collector 0!: Cleveland, 0. Sold by Suwane 7 o In, 4 44 pmLv .......... .............J. Porer ...............
"Every time I see a judge who' 'Nassau county, and appointed J. D.' Dru Stre apl~ i-i 5 6g1 n) Lv ................ .......Krkhind......... .. .v.
.2.1 a m 19 p rAr ......... ...........W idmarth ..... .. ... ........
rises superior to the technicalities et' Ogilvie to fill' the unexpired term.: -.......a........................ Wimarth ... .. .Ar*.
the law, I rejoice with a great re-! Jones Is said to have left Fernandina' Subscribe for The D)emocrat. I o 65 a no' 5 ?4 p "ILv ..... .............. Suwannee Rtv'r ..... .... .. 1
I,) I., a n)5 S n o L ........... ............. Norwood ......
o) 2 a mn i40 pinAr ....... *~
Joicing. and I am thankful to say that in October, and it is alleged that his -.- -li*am52p~L....................Mayo............. 9 3s
I am seeing more and more of it of iac counts aesrt 4,0.lIs Pouarrgii on runs,11
late. The Supreme Court of Illinois, Iwhereabouts are now unknown. .t- We sLall know each other better 11 3. a r. 5 F-p m 1, ....... 'SaltRead.. .. .~
It ,112(0 rn 6 I~~SftPlpI ................_.....AskoW.. . . 1 Iv 9Vtal
In a recent decision, affirmed the con- i reported that he went to South: when thei.n ists have roiled away. 1u p" p M 6 1-, n m Lv ................ ..( ..lw...... -ato '....... .I 4,f its
vitio of a man named Cook, who Amrca ut tlat N ill be too lite. r P20p R27'n L..... ......... Ffnhllt..........Iv .
1,- rn R 3 rn, I.......... ...... F 'hlo y 1 4Sg
was proven to be guilty of grafting-- wait till then niany painful nliin- 112 FA p mn 41 V nllv............... ........ Ieonmark...
9 io m0 i 6 ;ij E, mrAr ......................... ......r ry... .. 3
and pay roll padding, when there we,-e Thie Jameos:own Exposition closed ,derstandings, many uinneceisary jars, .- --
no fewer than forty-two errors aris- its doors at midnight. Satuirday and' many pitiful collisionls will occur. Luraville Branchl
InK out of the technicalities of the passed out of existoinct in a joyous: with sad results to a i~eak and weary Ietwe.'n Luraville andi Wilnitarth.
law cited by the attorneys inl ti1' carnival, in which rhowsands parti- humanity. Tht, time to enter i!o Ws hifthey sumte..hsi -.' :i ite Iligtnt and mutually helpful flet- Bound.
'riei~~ow hi ouuntea Thist in ti e as now.-te aiiO i v ii ft o ~ r n. .......... ............................ari
freshing Illustration that attorneys for that huge debt it succeeded in aoshI one Ait a.te i.. now..- ........-........ u ....
PAID not make a farce of the law by I acuultn with Ar....................1uruvilge.
accuulaingwithno ro~sion~ Echage.Alton Branch
piling up technicalities and running! It payment. r[he iExposition was a tw nMaondAtn
amuck in oratorical and brow- success as a show, but it wats a tinian- t)IWINAMtI. NO. 67. --beating tactics in the examination of cial failure. It drew visitors from 'An Ordinance Rtequiring IL-.ilroad' Es itess"all parts of the Union in good num.:, I Tr I -_ -d. -~ ---- ------Ya....
bohrs. but the% didn't come in ti~ le; ~ Cit wf 5t a r Ar ................... ..... ..... .... Alton .
The Houston (Texas) Post Is one crowds and shoals necessary to m'" Livu Oak, I lorida, to Provide it
of te sron paprs f te Soth, avenue hatpan for sadCrossing, and Trains sceduled to cornect mth~pabOrd Air i.1re utpt k'Lrd ard AtlartC.Me
oftesrogpprso h Suh1a vet~eo ht aut a out. 'Lourd at Live~a Fur inforyation regardirg rates i-checkh and ef treeltr *164;.
and always strictly within party lines. P-----~irescribing his Duities, and Itnpos- T 11. ALSTON, Superintendeflt
It has believed in Bryan from the Considu-red as a candidates, Gover- ja- Penalties. start, through good and evil for- nor N. B. liroward miay he saf- lei rlic yteMyrad
tuneF, and it still believes in hi. Ilv eliminated from t' h'".ci ufn at ortv I ~eo e l E t t o a e
faith May well inspire weaker Demo- contest next sear. I .. l~othtloe.. Re l E t t o a e
crats. It sas: for l'oung; Mr. Brian, of .Jac'k:oi 1I01K hert1od _.
"if nominated, Mr. Bryan will yulle. And speakiing of Ying, Mr. :'n~ Wgousg
j)rove a candidate of whonf) the party Brvan or Jacksonill, renfiids us Alne 1;( 11'0' Of 111iia inOr Side' track.- n ude ~r~jiin o~i n(lm~ o mhay u elI be proud. tis Ioftv' char- I tha a good inm yer a,- abotit t %Z hio AV('.~ ii h iy ~ 1ehnreadt norg o our rous od nm Itc r ani.
acter and luminous geniu w ~ill in-1 Clu tha Ol "C",41 (i "od an v e loriia, anid operating I Forty acres one milenrho or Iu~ull ~rd
spire the nias,-es with confidence an d cr-own of tliorns" spevc'i lad cati'llt Liteecytu and they are On hude n -x~rrs n iefo .or I.
hope, and they will rally to hi-,~ tl,.e popular in aginalio, Hor ~ rt e'ii. ofrihadi~ Our choice residnce lots on Georga aveue
standard as they never have be fore. terson was in the habit of sarcastical- stationed at the Ohio Avenue street One achrie. n uppner lStrin Grogathe iuesfrmhe
The so-valkd conservatives who de- 1v~ referring to the author of that' *,1. ing of -ichn traclhs,. in said City, m1 es in uber nring rohadhee ue f Ii
clined to follow hiniIn. I S96; and speech -i "Young M r. BrNIan, of flagtiian or watclinian from t Tim wilb0li o uca
uni our of eght o'clock in theng
that thew nowrI they nce eaed webefraIa."at icl Iledr. do' SIto W Tha i sallbeth







THlE SflIANM1'P DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY$ DECEMBER 6, 190.








Desires to give notice to their customers that their BIG STOCK OF MERCHANDISE V IS GOING at a BARGAIN and Clearing House Certificates will be accepted at full value.



In Fact We Offer for the Next Few Weeks


$1.10 WORTH OF MERCHANBISEFO$10

CERTIFICATES OR OT HER MNY



54-INCH BROADCLOTH. CLOTHING DELPARTTMENT. SHOE DEPARTMENT.
We beg to announce that we have 1,00O yards OUr line of Clothing is new andI up to date. Our Shoe Department is complete in every style.
of 54-inch Broadcloth, in all colors, which was MEN'~S SuVIT., ail 1ricteS, ~ ow a lid the latesc styles. Any size, from Baby
sold and Fells everywhere, GUARAINTEED), frc(n-I from......... .' t~ 2 ho, s to the larget sizes.
$1.5 o 1.0 er ad:Wewil ofe t or l I1S'S ULlT S a rc I 1'1 tor;
$1.25~~~~~~~ to $ryr:W ilofrt u We also handle a nce line of LADIES' AND
customers, as long as it lasts at, the 90 hli~S~~al~~- .ead~MEN'S HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES, Etc., and
yard 90-h n t line of merchandise.


C ALL and see us ~J J ALL and see. us
on~~ th well- onJ thr7ll
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4 THE SUWANMU DEMOCRAT, FMIAT, DWSUM Or LW?.


SIIIANNE X&OC A ROOSE17ELT WAS MODEST. are the proper ones to loaft adh Im h~ub.
Surprising as it is, President Roose- remedy the troube NEWa~m,
velt actually had 110 specific remedy From our experience and obeqa- kbp a edma IM
Published every Friday at Ilyve Oak, to offer in his message to Congress for tiofl, we do not think trash barret woogm
Florida. the financial troubles which now be- in oe ntesres r 1
set the country. He had the good proper methods of keeping the streets
Entered at the Live Oak Postoffice sense to recognize that he was no ex- 'in proper condition. These barrels M R& C. IL lph
as second-class matter. dronaproblem which required the adbxsaeol nivtto oM&0 .v

CM WsRIEitrn ''. kill of the bebt special's!. in the :111ter the streets. Many times refu sp MRS. W. c.w
CHA. RVNEdioran Mg'. and, and that any opinion from him i :1, litter go into them that should' MRS. W. L
________________- oncerning it had no more value : many times they are filled to Icivic Cew.f
We are not writing half enough than that coming from any other in- nn over; and many times trash
letters in this country. The deflciz telligent. well-infornmed, thinkitig A:s thrown at them that miss and go: ('t)i".jth jAAV U
of the Postoffice Department for the man. The most he had to say on tV h et. W ae oie man I P!eas, #ak-e n'r- ev
last fiscal year amounted to moie subjec*: was as follows, and it is but -neamong the, private residenCeS, Cornrh I.odep' \0 13* .
than six million dollars. another expression of what seis uv !1at ali kinds of trash have be,n ar rqt',~ io bep"
oe the gonea oclso about the :ac 1k upon thle streets to be hauli'_J noxl r 'iz,!r r)Ijj
Senator Culberson, of Texas. has fiatt'r: ..he ovnience of the city d a,..D"1
bee eecedDeocatc eaeroft~ ~ ned a greater e'.asticitv in :r.Sometimes iis never haulelf ait wh:c j~mj 'L. SM
been lecte Demcrati leaeroofthe Senate, and as Mr. Culberson is a jur currency, provided of course. that off. 1flcesi to aePace t
self-poised man who never loses his we rec:11gnjuze the even Egreater netI if we are allowed to do so. we Other imPortanit bust.u
temper, the choice is a good one. of a safe and secure currt:ncy. T'..ere MR. JULES SALOMON. would respectfully recommend that tendance ii requst94.
But it is yet to be seen if he will not nfit it lways be t1- mo.st rigid ,x Th 1bv1,,n)'.ien kn~ h w or'- of keigtesrescens IGl3
lose his head in a supreme parlia- 'aiflination b,; tho narional authori-of r.JW Sa n nJdefo unth ididul____mentary emergency. t.ces. Provision ihould be made fo.- l ioa ilth d h~supon the city. Let each in________an einer' enc'y currefncy. Th,,e enitr- in -'~r ti~.1.: Sloni1vidual, residence and business 11 H O
gencv issue should of course ue ad-An ft.e*s lW: rvln ~~os.set hi w rmss
The news comes booming across:nt 8&.r' varaeig W raide'Ia' '1o:u..w
the vast wastes of Siberia and the with an efftciv goodsnt and u4n.poeth nih
mighty bosom of the Pacific that conditions carefully, jtre-cribed by t!.. i in fti~z yers 1 :),arance of our stree!A and we feel new fad od Ht,*
Secretary Taft, who is now in St. governmkent. Suelt emergenc- i',ue, t- iru V I: h i~ sure that you wR1adu neeypo-,ae e:w
musto~ be. based on adeuat wi iith si.~b!(? way to have a cleaner towu. s~ L e ~~ rov lo
Petersburg, has said in an interview:mutbbadondeaescrris"I announced a year ago that I wouid aprvdb h oenetad~ <~~utIa mlore attractive one. '
accptth D miaton or Prsien must be issued under a heav% 1 t' ra& a.l v-wtds of %o ai deir progress and i 'I I a '~ h _Thi wo l ptr.n cU*tP, aniI i 'V t antl to ths, n etu "
and I still hold that attitude." We Ih.wudpritcrevi~: n e si1
suspected as much, and our heart's sue ret~ the deVn fo it %as u.- Ij'rj ~c N'.o ln he
desire is that Mr. Taft may get safely ge* wh:!e seeurin,_ its rt-irement L A Ir re, .;.rx i f--c n wudln tei1. of
home, promptly precipitate his full he demand fell off it is 'o r,,1 1 to*e11ps1ndrtedieto M rs. C. W I
weight on his rival Foraker, andl r4tiat to dtI*t2rn1in h't 1p, .. -m.
mash him too flat for recognition. ficers and direro,-s of il.: final ;* i .-s--s----sss--)
_____________________ huld cver bte a,:o l'0) e,o lol $ $ ~ $
The New York World has jus t,! l& r~s :j "Y ~i'completed a poll of seventy-six Deni,-- beP subjev,,f Tit,~ I~s'~r ~~. ~ h.
cratic and Republican senators z, a-s Lanks. Le~a ionT :: )*>1U
Washington and the result is that s, ul A e enac. Lo "'. t.> ,t 1Cn iec
fot-ordeclare that Bryan's souzatadtht-itr-:;
meat that he would accept the Demo- 1 I.1 WeC fl1u-t 1-11:, rfrt,:A:.. '7 "*)' Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for
cratic nomination for president e ntewss j~hU o iIth ro ihwihw r uhn
eliminates all other candidates. Prac- sub-'ect can on:. an zmlI< ~ I .. ..a a'~ tical'y all believe that he should rua tamn amtoun.. No eilto cnV-",. .;

on a conservative platform, although In:; possibility Iguaranteo~ tho Ibus> lt. .. 4 : bf f
U~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~h torq Justfna whttaRltomsol fseuatv n hi .~ r :~















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'THE SUWAMiR DE)IOCUAT. FRIDAY, DECOEM a'$61




!J- SUME, I St Vice-President. J. B. BARTON, president. H. M. WOOD, Chairnan FUo1CmMm
D. L BYRD, 2nd Vice-President.AROD .MIKRCsir :

Capital and Stockholders Liability, or $1009000.00.




THE CITIZENS' BANK OF LIVE OK

A BANK OF STABILITY WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS




O A E S1D Sm thon of W~ellborn, w~as a, Mr Orin Harreil and family were, B R.....6"M
---- ---- Iilo n t e '. '. ,~tr a in to la shopping yesterday. HiI I & i~tA Wt YOU
-A11 \%.\..tllao Nebor, wits in! Lavt udge carne up from louston: UfI1 iINS1
~ FYAS hii ct% vcestrday' af eriwoon on busi- ion butess this morn;g. I NOTK(EI)THIE
t(aIner I f roug Mayo Y. Y. Hlingsou wasi a business vs
0. C. Allso wa fronioi hAtri ct this morning. I lick Hawi'k (orn Shllers $1.75 SANI"Y L
~ t hmjo'I ~00?d i P f i (J. se. Alisont was ere romy t-h1) 1to inte iy2E yd.1wide sea isand.. 1.0)
91C r ~ r~for l.afayett- 1ifr se1lm~tyeKra it Miss Lula WIaiston, o: Hlouston,' 1" Ito J.r Mat~o Snuff. ADVEfRTISING AND Of FIR IN THE
hW) non is, itciyhointoday. Fine Wove :rc jtvais at =15c a yard. IAIYI~[J~RA
4"P.~lii t 414141 t.*rin round. Jo n Mixon, of the Whiiteo School Mr. aid Mrs. Reuben Harrold were 1CJURA
tha tt~ions have been un- Hos sottlenient, was in the city here froia Groover ve,;trdav after- Blue BlcWeIul it e }IXN'S IRVIE COPAWNO
bM o hat hIp tilme If 'Rill eno trading this morning. noon. L 1l-1lat, 45c yardi. MSATUI I)AV MUNING PQST
Sroost totween now and 1. A. Mikel, from north of town, Mr n r.Wltrlcwrh -gallon Graiteu Ware Satmepan, 35c
pg of his roundAi for the was inl the city this morning, shalk- (if Houston, were viior-, in the ciy -quart Graitite Ware Snaucepan, 25k)L~e~ AINAO c
Wem of court iing hands with friends.I morning. ALA I ~TLROtS$.
J. JhnonofCarabele isin Mr. and Mrs. j. L Barnes and
~ ~ I~Uy.tlit, city today. Mr. Johnson is mov- laliglttr, Miss Jerold, were in the if I
~~ JcI~~~~r ~ ~ i 1!, 1.owe cfd his family and household good> city from Groover this morning. *I~ NFl noeo h opIsfo

f., ~.rnr aried n he o owling Park. where hiy wiin W~alter licCullers is the proud!101 ~ UIII above Journals with our name s

Sb..4 s ith 4,1I itizens today. 11 i I et mrigV ~~abod~ABORATORY. with One Dollar.
%r,.Bon. C ibntnlettlis morin fo I, anki is wearing a rod ale. They will send you an order on
\-bK,' Ga., whcre hie goeg to visit 1:i-, WtV#~c several of our Inr- 4a 13ak whl crssn thet us for the tvn' prducts. ltrtai 011 .Itrav. to%1411 for Jackco1 ii Ir. v ho 1, still quite H&., cl Qavi's ir having sowi, Yery arlistrie N. a' tr'I", ou Ol 0i aV(n1Ue this value V2.7').
si*r.- M r llroiin will mak" i*rti:lonoww .nng 1:i-lrtdnthj ug on a b c~ce 1,:d a very fly
im ikdjir.*.to i tim tow V -il jiiii o iai i' liza, t v" r ap4 f'I l I h or : erious

1. ~ ~ y I a y or II. v\\ 1;11 the (Ul" *vy e red j.l 1 :,-s1 t for Live Ca%, w liere < e heL f ii d to set ii W
4,o Tt, 1wliev'k Jen Hrafotl spon W.Vi.enis for several day:-,.__1 flti 3UdllL
r 1ii; 'n. ofItanfrd spnt.Oii to visit for a few d!o:. loewEtepis.it he junlitd off 1h whee~ l in
h ftia :i N o w Eatp .'se to s ave hi w1sV&f any 'thing but a'
.orn. iii s S.1illion, 0!11o of the lwK Mr. Carmichael, of the firm ot adI~.Tewelwscmitl
&. a ls ~pl'. .riit ~ e Sarnvh of 1)0wl1i1.4 O- I'
SW o 6i 0,pe% w uepeet in Florida, and candidate, for t he of ,' n,~ the city ve K'rdtv, buy-
h ~ .4~u pt V h er ree t b of l, ta road1 Co ni vi >10 tone. iS i1 ------ --- the--- -------n01 that the TAi% 1,,r County Teachers 1i-,t or in the city l oda-y. NMr:. Salo 'r.~ ~ ryrtrnd:e' NOUTICE -: ------Jkhe SrnslatStrai 'i e Loin oIc o ot t onfon iro 1~I~: N:c shrbygvnta fe
g inoi htail ii wrinendl etin loat Aio hsS t nhscma rir. Gray *retre h besaiczlp~~ctUllee h




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V .~ THE SUWANINN 'EE I)EMOCRAT FRIDAY, DECEMIVI 6, 190.



THE FINANCIAL $ITUATION
3 is still the topic of the day, and while the way ahead is not yet clear, lets take couge
brace up and press forward, expectAing an early settdment. While matters are beigad I justed, there are some things you need any how, ant we will be pleased to supply ou
As usual, our stock is full and complete and pric(3 as low as any house in this couty QPECIAL notice is called to our fT( P A ( all kinds. Also to ourstog
LS line of Ladies and Misses CLOTH111ING, Claoks and rain coats,al61
which are being offered at REDUCED prices.
We still buy seed cotton, but at present can onl-r pay about 25 to 30 per cent incah
balance in merchandise. Hope to do better soon. When you need any thing comnd see us, will1 assist you in any way possible and will make it to your interest to deal ithus

A. W. fIcLER AN, ==Weillborn, Fla




Can You Write a Ghost storyI R. R. COMMISSKJ AGtS Live Oak, Perry & ~f R. R
No doubt vou know one YOU have' been tell- TH uMiVITTU UIPi )INTEI) !1 The Mineral 5r9rings Rote
ing for years. We will give aT1: FRD
CASH- PRiZIE OF TEN DOLI.ARS 2_d C1&93 FIRST CLASSIC
for the best Ghost Story wvritten byv vourI 1,~ asJI~ Pa.';..' SI4RI OCT 1 137 190 b
or old, male or female. AR flN AJM IRI
J3 7 49 1 i
The only condition ii that each contestant :AM A.M AMN P.M'P.M PA ~I oN . .
send Fifty Cents for a -ears subscription STTIN AA AAtt~ u .
to THE SOUTH ."RN CYCLONE, a mon'thly *''" .v ~
ublication, published at Live Oak, Florida. A
mCyclone is full of ginger and red hot; I..'- O: :
A 1 *11,
E:zcursion Tickets on '~ 1.~ Daily . 44' H!' dctaii iflt~1Th ~ .:.
For fuh 1nt'rrn.~ti1 '~ >~ . L. . '.~ ~. *~,-...,r













THEj StWANNE DEMIOCAT, FRID1, DECEMBMI 6, 1I0n.

APPLICATIO N FOR this corporation 1s to exist shall be Wilmarth Notes. ------ ---- -------eARTE gientatt e Aty-ice 5ye reglanna
CERTArnntyie y.erla nna Well, Mr. Editor, there has been L ~Y
laororatos wil, af eating of the stockholders of said some changes in the section foreman.V l 0
pubicaionof h~snotc1 corporation shall be held in the office here and some changes of the moon
plctooftinoieof the Company in Live Oak, Florida, also: so they keep on time pretty WellU EOK LRD
3ble N. B. Broward, onV TAueOID
Stthe state of Florida. for dyatrhefst onay In together.
gLetters Patent incorpor- January of each year, at which time Capital $ 75,000 -:- Surplu $35,000
a boy corporate under sald stockholders shall elect a Board t odynihw lerse H. F. DETR Preden. .4. INMISYei .~
~me f Brwn-Toma-of Directors, and attend to such other one stole from the home of Mrs. Sand-::EXh
&014y, with the follow- matters as shall properly come be- ford a trunk, and broke it open and '1)RL(hWLCakc.
~rte heeto ttahedfore said stockholders in meeting as- robbed it of $2.
&rtr hreo atac'I selubled; and the Board of Directors Rev. Skelton has returned from Zl
0. RONelected by Faid stockholders at said fo, in DeSoto county, and report hav. BRT O WAN, tlme, as soon thereafter as practical, O L R O HCR D T
F. THAON Z elc a President, a Vice-Presi- ing had a good time hunting. fishing; OLR OTERDT
v. G;RANBURG, I deat and a Secretary and Treasurer, and eating oranlges, anti his llulki ho
w. i~. IJLMER.1,e lw-l. of which two offices may be, that he was well taken vare uf. lie!. ~adernsmtin o hero
w.p of. ULMrER. held b% o:;e anld the same person, and o,,hs twelve tnounds inure than when 4nwe hyaepae tItt
at such first, annual meeting the Ihe left one month ago, ad a vory ~eti odsvn ak BY
1. he am ofths cr-Eoard of D)irectors elected as afore- flattterinm report of the colmrv and
yI b rwith tsplace o n ui hal adopt by-laws for the gov- leall means put your dollars to
y wit h r s pla e o fakI Fl rid ,'e inent of tie affairs of said cor- people In that setio'n of the State He
t u c oteCrnho poration, and until and before said says itr at a good ratetrv aof intni ral
with state othr U nc State frst annual meeting, the business or g(W people. Beans, tomatoes, cucum wr tago rt fItrs
re de te orited Sotby thes 1 IS'esses of said corporation shall bers and pta o e.'s arc, being shippd
be detdrmined byo ay PrsihteV'e by placing them in the Live Oak
~reto' bed oorpoerbya Presidentad a Vie from there at th.is time; a~so orangesBnk
timr nd ntl aidmetin, I lemons, tan-erines, kumquats,, _saas
2.The general nature of tirown ieOk l salh rs-ec, and untill therd mering C.o S.duin
or businesses to be tran- Bron F.v Oak Th a. salIepsi- t. n epeteeavnwpa
U14 corporation shall oe a den; Thso, of Live Oak, for their spring crops and are ,.ulclva V E 0 BN
p~al dug busiess, in lud slial be Vice- President, and W.I ting strawberry crops. LIV E 0 A K B A
Ia d bslingss for ud- profite Live Oak, Fla., shall be The merchants here seem to be doing 4 PIER (CENT IN.TM1EST PAIlI) 0N SAVINGS DEPOSITS
bl ga dslig fo rft1.Secretarv, and Treas4uror; and all or -ai ----------------__-------Chem cals toi et a tic e hie undersigned incorporators, TO- f i lv w ell, notw ithstanding, the panic = U = --- -------- 6". ..
ad every other goods, I wit: C. S. Brown, 1F. E. Thomason.: Is tin. It is to be hop~ed that it will-- __meandise usually car- W. L. Ulmer, V. Granberg and W. 11. soon pass over and times get better.
jiaUW of like character; IJones shall conmposo the Board of We noticed Mir. C. A. Walker the VSTTEPPLRHAT N LAUERSR
and operate for profit a,' Directors, other day and he seemed to be d!ro ping
jrug bu'1invs including! Article I, T11- h it;t amlount ofi
are of dru 's and chemi-I inidebtedr,~. -r Lali'to vhich theI about. We asked the cause and he
aln other articls incident to corpor,''. it 'i t tildI subject smlnl repied ItL anuthr gal, DWIGPR
p aft a retail aud w wholesale l ca nk L' t,! )k' ;0~ ;,! P it,, fa il "y just my luck.' %other andl li.v are 1) ,* lD~ po t 1PON SLMANSFE RIVER
establibhieit, engaging Ipai! 'Al to vao.cr;iorc I' 'l doing well. Hurrah for Arch; t'-, all
lthe buying, nianufacturingj 7.l~t Th- nanit,. and r 'lsn-m e
9fllI clauses of commnodities'**- i .c.~ (V. ri4.thtr AtR:\)ineral Springs, Hotel and Cottd'e
to said businiests; to bily, 01 1'! as (111loV
6"t or oth ehrw ise U .,e a nid dk- I~ p~ %% Liv O a~k, I'll AND CO D BA H UN U PA S D TI O TABLE. COC BE S aN
ol real estate, Lous,.s and l.')ts tweio% sharte-. <%, ,k* 1)aA2CLlAh NUPSED CDTBE OC ES RN1(
@SWlans;to ,,jovallth F.E.'11rnaon Lie akFl WATER IN EVELRY FOOvl a!LJAR0TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND
ber ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ HN landCTON; tWeELaltL~' ; fonsn, ieOk l::' )*'h .) EXUIPPED ;TABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS. ETC
*privileges, r gi ts, and fran- t w % shares. 17 MILES COROCTMN LI E OA .OLL VLAK E
Uarat ed by the laws (11 thle W. It. .1ont's, orange' Bend1 Flt~r -';L -A- UV A-IHAL RI
ofFlorida. in OWe co)nduot of ida, tweiitY hre. a a ~un RA E R AS N B EIMISFOMLE.A.OLVOAPR'
auiad bu iftess. V'. Granilwrg, Live t).ili. -I'i'A-",-N 111 on aiinL~l' 0. i*
d The anw-.wnt Of the :wen'ty shares- 5DRES FRK P10 1 L D(2M.IN6Pi L iIR.IrOA
itwk of s:'id -orpoatioi 911211 W. L, I'l iler. 1,40 0'0- 'i rkia, a
rkouand Dllar~s 4$1 0,00f) ;t %"t. AT_____________(if___________________________1!!L_9 f one liun:lred shares,; S~wt, ki dit.e mld hares shall be Of par lCount-s oi Si t :1 t- 't-ier is a itarri 01k; tei~ c 1 wa-sr
~one hundred dollars ($100) Iliefore w't- r.dat, 1t..~nfY,,.S b c i e it e u mc a
~%and said capital stock Imay 'aine C. S. Brown, IF. l. Tous
hrin cash, merchandise. L. Ulnmer, WV. Il .Jn ad .
w services, all of which shall 1Graiiberg, to mie well knlo%% 640h1o00 on1H l PH 111-41111311 OWo~
in vlueby he oar ofoath del'ozos and say s that thev si,4fsaid capital stock may be )ed and acknowledge"I.. : fortgo lif 1- ~ 1 ~ I
3 33
I'VIV CONSTIPATION. ~YSPEP. + .":& ~ *:''.. 11, '
('III? I,
~IJI
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
~II1E! .,.~Th...........................* -, 3 r
-3 ,3.* V *1'
AGUARANTEED CURE kr all dsedses ~'duG8d by -~ :'.~. .1.
TORpiD LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. (Tha L4~t..O pur- .. 3
today may lays vo~ a sw.1i spell tod JrTOW 1: A'; :3







,~. THE S1UWANNEE DEMOCRAT, FIIAY, DECEMBER 4, IM ..










Beinning SATURDADEC. 7






and Closing TUESDAY, DEC. 17.
Nothing like it ever attempted in Live Oak. The most sensational bargains ev er offered a h season of the year. Instead of waiting until January to have our Clearance sale we hae& cided to reduce the stock NOW.








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_The Suwannee Democrat


M WA&MAuruit 12. 197 LIE OAK, FWRWDA, FIDY DI1',IECEMBERm 6, 1907. O XIN

!%HOPS AGAIN OPHJN M1ISTAKEN FORl A TURKEYRf
A [IN[ (AKE ~!is r~aie~Rtr BIG MIR AT MONTBROOK ISMll 11 ~ e ~PNCI O[ NN


OutHuningNear Jacksonvll~e.
~M BY RUSSIAN St. Augustine, Nov. 25.-The Fl'or- tTines-Union.
'OTLVOI' HAS STOPPED ISS-n
ON TRAIN ida, Fast Coast railway shops here' (')PN 'S; jjt aksniNv
i 'eaai i peaio, ferbi N111,11 DE~STRAW.4)vII Ot aktlilNv ING CERTIFICATES
againin oeratin, ater bi n i This commliunity- was shocked yes ter- et
c~osod down for several months. Tha dI Ionnwe h a es
br t~e rien o bein wrk tis mrn- Ad n (urre iinl ewhen he ad lilICII o
HG HOM[ N %L-tie at the shops blew as a signal $30 ieache-d here of an acietthat oc-1I uuw L

irg, and a large force of skilli~d Tiire brothers, John. Edgar and w

S u rgent C ableg r n engaged. G re t c ee ien t I're ailed P lan t on W d e d y m r i g f r a t r e C onditions A re C onsidered to B e
Goevinment vA Teesoswr closed several ~I~bil t(uc hintii The'y camped that night in fto, (~ gi adCniec
y~tnmonths aooaconofthe uncer- iRsoe
taint of te ties an In he iner- ouds, and as day began to show yes-,I~oe
tainy o th tims ad I theIntr-!tcrdav morning they proceeded into vening time a very few men were Motruk ov ...r b 91 swampii In search of turkeys. Thov
Russia, Nov. 24.-- kept busy, only sufficient to meet ii- M o tro N v 2 4-Fr rk sicc--dd In killing on e~ and contin- a in t ,No 99 b %
cl1n ofteou t ill the Florida 1.uiber Company's tlu tt Wsigtn ov 9-Te'
pftyJ bearing tast shopwakenyfl by the nihtat9 'coc Ed -ar and Jack %.vut in one diree- nouncement by Secretary Cortelyou.
d a y t o P r e si d e n t 'In t re s ts o f S p la n t w a s e n v e lo p e d in fl a m e s i \ t1 i g o h h n e s b o g t
-Emperor Nicholas. Inq; bu it e lvn ntenih
kiivn te usinwork will be greatl\ appreciated by Abu it e ivn nteniht- :1k toward each oilhe, and when criiae ol o ercieI
thesein itthees ausia well as he were soon onl the scone. buat \%itl~in gunshot Edward Nwa., confident criiae ol o erciei
~mnte an labo ate c employed,.h iegandsc iim Le hail(discovered rs gam e. secretary considers the crisis In the
American sceayof tht bean wodtonas soon dvstrovod, enta; 1i ,1d it %.is hiis brother, John, w ho,
Iuia and Amria to of ho3e tha codiion money market to be practically over.
the tour thel warreant thew rala !~ "'i r. .1 i~-ois cotne to Inct hi official figures have not yet beeia to Secretary to ~~~~~future be lastrk w-k~rteo~adrn left hont thtatr". s
Ds to Tt psa lin maintaining the large force of Y Eda '~ iiIo ven out at the treasury of the
highl-cla~s mechanics at the shops, >: i otbngStldfl" amount of certificates allotted. The
withtheresorcehae pay rol ls are a source of gre~a alo0! ov Oi to, istielguish it, but L)en cio'i- t of tile allotmient-, r;ad*'.
Shria,~i--t an teaper-rveu i loves (o1 tlo Ill; .
c arte do the apep lIe v n ei thi onniuntv o ilt-itii w s a turkey, when im however, is to be about $35,000,00).
a e ofu t h e eve op et I () A It Wit f [he olan ii~ d ~ i:-i: i e i -htw strdh and this Ns probaby the limit. All
fture a d eveimilar t NO TICt'. L at Illv kk )lk tlu ld & I:0)1 criP out: M Y G ,d o i individual subscriptions having been
eternd sae, oieishrb e simila to m i tti. t whites afler- rejected, it is anticpated that nearly
A meri an th t the iot ih \I 1b'i'1!d~ kin 11.t 'm l. I t t hui e 1 w hole of thie $35. O,900,00 allotit would become tho i iiarso 1 nwneeCul~ arldf ~ Yti ..' k i I~ q Ie di-wllb sdtsecure new issu16
of the country fl Od fl -d n Mdical Aszociation will place all E. bU: w -;~v~ a~ red ank notes 'As thee issues will 'e
He ws plase wit h is past ,eaei.sinthe hands3 Niiih I1 L i~.11t. 'red %k ithin less th:in a year, they
ed visit to Russia an-l I A -d- rc. I
~athecoldno lng *e tl~ iuspIecial agent fo: 1:, D *hr*~ ~ ~ ..-.i ot constitute a pornianent ;iat IIi n o i i()c~ o- at set- tilon of the bank note circulation
tieuiV,.L~1mi1i9srrat,.rtt.of the V Th effect of the new loans up~on
N~tiICE. bV h:_T liL0 1, ciii. t!it j dcceured will r as r s ur
sale prices. THIS IS THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME = + F,





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T=U IUWAIIN DEMOCRT, FIDAY, DECEMBER 6, IWT.



lorida Live Stock and Vehicle
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-1

Horses, MuksDriving Saddle,~

Buggie Farm andD

Horses&

and WgonsBig Stock of


-J BUGGIES AND WAGONS ALWAYS ON HAND
WE CAN PLEASE YOU IN PRICES. COME AND SEE US.

IL-ink t e- Place for Money. 11i- W As So soilit skull I Pdt tured byh) iltiag" UL111.

aa '.~t Iuh~d?;'r(lad ~ w ; .~ Liv Oak Bottling
4'e

~v~e . ..o: *.: re ~I ~ >j ~ yrau. .. A.1 Iflr. ~ poach Mellow, Rasporte, Gino., Lem(n r
a! t_ aif 1a t ~ i, .2.! rn Sassaparilla, Chocolate, CreamSda
1.a~~~~l) ...:-*. Vani.la, Pint-apple, Baranna, Puckcye Roo er
a~~~~i..~1 ;, ,Ij 01.,'1 bu : ~ ~ ~ \ ~'W i ~ etter and few equals. 1tuss, h- t ft a f 'rd to LI 'a *~ *'- 1' i;. : I
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THul f UANE DOWMAT, MRIDAY,DEim ,1 .. .2 >

fftffs APPLICATION FOR CHARTER H SNI CNVfl

(PtC 'And Father Acquitted of Brutal o
rs Pder and Pursuant to the laws of' 01
XTIST the state of Florida, the undersigned *I)UflJ (AIl III J~p"'l(
Thereby give notice that they will ap- Gainehville, Fla., Nov. LIS.-One of (;SOWN AND BRR1DO PlY to flis Excellency~ N. B. Browrd te os nrstn mrdr trials;I A I .
5,3LIALrIES. ~ Govertor of the state o! Florida. at, li-d in l, C,-v:tY fr sevral :ears V~ V WSml
Talahasee, Florida, on the twenty-1 CAcusio las ngh a
0I.IRIdS e-ghth daY Of December, A. D. 19o t,ai toi-an~snls
-- fl"j5S.f or is soon 'hereafter as colznSe] ca n;!':, %-when the jiiry in thub,
ix h, ard, for letters patent incorpor-!i-t ot B. l". I~iwvlt-. and (;-ev0fr acting liranford Farmers' Unioni ".~viwt:teI~r1T~ eneH v aya e
Ware!.ouse land Ginning Conipa, '.n (*_-4: wil, (te vil.CVol offl y Names forI
PRICE, M. MI,~ ~ der the fllowitng Ipoi'Jv -Larte, i.:py 0:v t:1 rctit~'dcn for'A rcigt N w B

I~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~Il flt''1ieO Stcr ttr~ia-tI (if (>org,' 1Lo\-o
AND) : :, G EO N of I 1^~d, 1) 1i V. %.11 t o 1 e.ItQ re u ire-' ro gt*, foy h's Lube. huma b esth depend on one o u O~ l gwdoz6iof Thu Ls Vb y M
zk~nt or gan alone? This question Is becoin- I' 1 selling a1t Nth & trumaOW111M
zpHo\'N 159 1". J1. SW\EATr. mn
TS S. IIII i 1, i%_' 4 I IC.1110 *!1_ ng widely discussed since L T. rate. I have contnce4 ay hu
L [~~~. HATCHS -O ,.:h* 1*~t,~ Jn .Coprfrtavne i tt~ory that =ads ef people that these thin an
.LANGIEL ti o ii>N.~ ~~ii the stomach Is the tru.3 iat of li'e 50, and the number is growing 117
.I. o.* .Aivreii. .Ila: d ~ ei~ti and all health dependent Upj;a it. leaps and bounds."
Mrsooe, woha etwt! e An~ong more reccnt converts to Mr.
Iu~~br4~rti~II 0 ~:d~ ~, ~ makabe scces i tt~ ~2 ~c~Li2 Ccceyr's beliefs is Mr. L~lcrL Hinds
.1 r t ;c le s 4 f I n o i i w t n o f B~r an fo r di :0 r : i I 1 W r a l u c s I i -,c r
M.D 6 R. C~ekmar.iM.1.. Untionu Wadrlv~iti_ ait .* new medicine, bel.evc'j tIs tom- 1: Vt 6 Tappan Street, EVerett,
(D innim. 'i~pw.~r ach is respuasibi- Ir mu.. siness, Mass. Mr. Hinds him thi to $a 94
I'rsknir ~ \V.I h unersgne, Hvi ) ~ ~!' ~ ~rI~t L and that this o.r.an 1 :! in the the subject:
~~I~tKA~hVI~s Io~: Vi 1u 2~* C.' Sd.t Ce USou ng 2L r:U't \'c.z o::. "I have sufferel with soa
", '?present generation.
purpose of fornwjng a lbody o. i and ': this theory recently, L. ':' mto~ o lgtyas a oec
andSureon, orprat~, ndr ;:i~ OI.,II, ot asyced time and agr:n tj tI v.2y ry enough to be in bed, but just felt b14
the laws of IIhe S,,jo~ o 'l~ eiie a iU record all the time. MY greatest ru~ e
Liveoak.~ l~t b adat h' ~:yy~ ~ ~~:. ~. ~'~'~'~ by o b.t tlent ho wheeverI hvewhereverdit.Iy tatveaway fttCre, wold Ittu Ba(ifn' store .~' 1 orporation. J 'j~. te [Adiu.* of t, answer always ii, 'Uecau .t2 Ut estort.i In the Mcnling feellnug As tiMe Us
~J. C. BartieI(* store. OfitI'e'~ ~... ,, ~ the stomach to a normal cenlijon. when I Went to bed.
40.cl 11 Na e. nd A'at t~ !.kr c' No1: one~i Mondeyta-tda X7e "I bad a vz~ry i-r~gular apmetlts6 AM
phones II~I t' 01 ~ ~ >-iNo.one will deny ,that morehaif-sili menrad, w ,ws troubled with dizzy spells IfI
16 and 131.ifr' m~.~ ''' ~ ~ ~ "~ ~ ee eore. Not-idiMng ca WC~ a tosood for any hIgh of time, I VWl
betler31air' wl twa w i- evrbeoe.Ntln cioClVe3t have a dull pain in the lover part of
A.B uALWarlihouse and Ginning Conilianv, aiLn-Y~t~~s Q1~Ib h atrw~hC:.Te r back. I was nervous and felt AlR
A. BS*Auand its principal place (of business, i% II appeal to tlhe Suprewe Court. Just half-sick most, of Caie tie. TliCY tLa& time as though something terriba Aiall be B~ranford. Siiwannt,~ Comnty,-- duii't know reM!:.' wtis the mattQ, was gein7g to happen. I tried may
BERC)N& S ALL Flria. ji ~oo~hbrn ~~inI d ~ i with them. I hae tallied with thiou- Linds~ of medicine, but nothing Over
A*1Xrta;' places~wr of a will is iiu sands during the pes7t twr) years, and helped me.
1~ot rd at'I ies of iv frnst aiet as icertamn as wi ai I i gs. few knew indeed 'what the'.: t ouble *.Lad about given up all bope of
RNEYS -:- AT -: LAW. I l' lerriit was. One said nervousness, ariotXer ever being In good health again. we
Dgn ralpait iR gStt and Artich- I (-Nature of I.usiness% to It Ne%% IYork Life -1b Nott's fir sId kidney trouble, another liver com- I heard so much of Cooper and doFeeral ors TransarivilP'uim. plaint, somne eonstipatbGn, or Ilit, cidea to t-y his medicine. I took one
Federal_ Sc!Wi Cors 'I'llo g'da wItire of nh rsnts inec ill tile trouble, or lung trouble. Man.,- bad bottle of h13 New Discovery and was
1 &0 1 [UP-SAIRS. LEWIN BUILDING lIV N5t 1We I itS3ei d 1) inr1viar!t*Iwllacei n!* treated, as they called it, fo, most of -N-0tv surprised at the result. I
'I-oNs No. 190. orfri I i l be 1 a I of oldtlt .. these diseases at different times. A -i'ned 131 pounds In afewweks I
Ii~t~iue; UtOII OA'. ILli' FLORIDA i 11, ilt, very common complaint f3 'all ru t ow eat anything T wish, and fedl
all~l down.' or 'tired all the time,' or 'no like a now man. I cheerfullvy reeow.
jilti~~ S o~ ~ 1~ it h idis' I.,.. arlpetite.'" j T"nG nsU~1~t
A Id ~II ll l ~t' 'I. I .i:.' H'- \ 1H.VLS 1~I "I know positively that every bit of from stomach trouble.*
9 It c this crncill health 19 caused byf it is worth anyone's time, who 19 90t
Jo B. JIINSON itid tor c'ii~tomach trouble, and nothing else. MY! enjoying good health to learn of Mr.
uNMET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,!'nt.htW~ IL i~ &i ~~(I> New Discovery puts the stomach In' Cooper's wonderful prenaratlons. WO
IAIV I)A'e~ I It~I:~hAP .zc' ~' a 1..K h i Ilie ~e1 ~ IU h ,, Sound condition in about six weeks. amr aellin~ them in larg quaat"
~ li?. IttieH'' I' Jtt~t~ ~ .., .~ .-t. 2Mighty few peop1%ft c2a 1t2 siCk With A1_.Suwanuc- Dru9 Co.



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LIVE OAK9 FLA*

Whoi'salle and Retail
Dealers it,

Horses
and
Bugles

Mules
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Studebaker and Florence Wagons, Wagons
~ Lg1Wgos, Turpentine WagnHaestc


~~~~~~-vo anhod aosnFr ~ i l n We handle the following wlAtlk i a B'~ W~onsDrayWagos, Dlivey lo of t'1 )~l'')~Anchor, Crawford, Ellis, Blunt, Babcock, Is&
:Iura> .(1 M-1t~ at' Jones, Hackney, Sumners, and Wire-Wheei a ~ Waonsand Roa Waons: : I~x~'st 'K;H~ebearing Schacht Buggies


THOMAS TULYA II *,TI IKT0)\ thte 1- : .:: :v~'' ~ '.~: .. n. ti-'~Cn~~trt Army anil bV-caine a the Frank Dunn jeweirstr
t AMr So~ki~1%) b-freshopn. T flames sp!l i
bies in Jack.-nvilk- t"~ a ": U;c i&. V iia l' er ''~ ~: x ~ r'fKri.!r),;a MssJJaT far titajn., thi'z h lca Jacksonville, Fla., Nv -i nrsthe "afr' 7 i r. t,, .- ~ i r r.s r~ F.. ,, ':u:v rs ine chiltr-un. c ,n:1arration was unerC O Telfair Stockton. mnn.snanaztor or, the nare- ,'f 01,- T:,, .' r ~ M .. r > r. : .f ;srnirr~.*' in l7 to bu ijinms destroyed were
the Florida Times- Uni: W this a'."- c mx'rg i!,,i~ ~n~ t'T n-ws- M. Fx~~ X, ''Ir i~eA Llkt'~ duhe n, u ~ o hae:Ms il ernoon at 4:210 o'clock, ,f para.,is ( f ;tapvr. iK- :r,~n al *ft 1 N cami:. f,,! G' 1. W. Lawton -:f Miacon, Ga. ir~ corner Preston andF nnr
the throat. He was km4- in Qrlncv, wa-ue ftK f .:-, 'iv ( G re r~:-r' F. r! i' 1, 'I't p: S. L S________Fan 's dery t r~ Fla., October S. lxK' ': was e6,,catted at p ?Iwv andi (ietawl if S n-. 16:'.~ F1 V 1:~' I. TEXA Samsne dnw r to 4su
Ask SQ Oils Varnishes ~'. Guns Pistols Rifles Amininition ~






THE 61WANER DEMOCRAT, FIAY, IECEMBIII 6, 190-.



Swatnee HardwareCo
4 HFDQUATERSFOR AI)QUARTERS FOR

flHeaters, Fire Dogs, Fire HARDW ARE Shot Guns, Rifles, Revolv&tStove Boards, Steel HEAI)QUAJTIItS Fl els, Ammunition, Shooting
SesFaring and Agricultural Coats, Sporting Goods of
; gagesCoo Stoes, tc. Imements of All Kinds. all Kinds. :-:-WE ARE AGENTS FOR
We also carry a Full be of Buck's Stoves and Ranges, the
Builders' Hardware, ash, famous Van Dyke Enamel Ware,
Aeroto Pumpts, adnds Wand Mills, Doors, Blinds, Lime, Cent, Devo Pnts Gold' Cane Mills,
Pan,'iVarnishes, Brhes, 1,;1
Pant N1 SYIC a
Etc Se u, nd e ibatI Keen Kutter-"'Cutleryv and Edge I Tools. The Kind that Carriesa
right.
YOU Positive Guarantees

Suwanfllee Hairdware, Co.d
Unj~t'(i hI'~Ij 1UIIIl~l L~U~LUIIl~I~ past
~.' r a '..ied i:iTil fl A nie Vp~iaiId S>~~'~ "' '' A 4.
~~arged. ~~A*' WHS ti ~ A~'T AI~ favCj solicit a coi~tint~aiicecftl~e + 4.
alias. I Ic was or ~ lit h~' ~ ~ *' -----. ".'fl~'~"' ~ 4. 5at~he ne~v firm. We will can-v






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16 ~THE SUWANME DEORT FRIDAY. I)ECEMBI 6. 1"7.



flow About This?*~ As fa

You pvill never be, or see anybody. a full line of the
better dressed than we'll do it for you f famous
with
Boyden, and
Hart Schaffile & Marx Clothes. ono ,upy
shoes from $~t i
Here's one of the models, all woolW
perfect tailoring; and we'll fit any man4Orsocofhrtudw a
who come.-, big, little, fat thin. These hosier~yis Complete.Weaesilh.
clte-aemd 0irt ling the well known"mry hre i
clothesare mae rio't. y y est shrterad tort rtit$O t6
jq You want your clothes to fit, we bs hr aet eala ~Ot 15
wont sell them to you if they don't.

No name and Stetson hats always on h
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ka.4.nsa to e- Washington Dec. 4.-By a vote of
Arkasas who re-124 to 4. the ouse Democratic cat.
as sayng tht he tonight ted down the proposi4 hhefrtdayat of Rep tative Jones of Viito the senate, fail~.ginia to ta the desigmatlon of mm'k
~Is rd xaclybit~ ,*' onity meme of the committees out
toda t h wold I ~ ~.' ~of the bands f the minority leader,
ii11th natant on a bill'
ted oviingfor~ I Willilams, and y the same voted
/opted a resolu onaffirmatively place!~~~ ,poet.i jg the power Mr. Williams.
~of bill, Senator Da- I Mr. Carlin Virginia, Mr. Jones'
it~~~ we h ms it as he ostcolleagee, offe d as a substitute the p ted in the senate ~floig re lution. Ta its
absoltelyprohbicsthe sense of t ;s caucus that the mrporation that shall ority leader requested, authorized
a nt from doing busi- and istructe to nominate minority
of the United Statesj. members for* g en to commitforeign corporations / tees." Mr. Carl ,Mr. Henry of
an business at all Iin Tex ~'~as, Mr. Burg ot Texas, Mr.
penalty fixed for /B ~-~\urleson of T and Mi. James of
th p -e a
the ropoed lw ,-C~-- ~ ~'>" &~ ~-Kentucky wr among those who
in fro fiv to twn Spoke agaalnst he Jnsresolution.
-pnImp nment, each dayj IL- The substitute directing the minorjeatt of the relation- IM.ea it Yr,* leader to u nate committee
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LIVE OAK DAILY DEORT EADCME 6, 1907. 1





Oening aeo oia


At The Live Oak De PartentS
This will be an Interesting Event to all Holiday Shoppers. Otr Line is Complete in Every Department, Consisting of TOYS, NOVELTIES, AND A GENERAL LINE OF CHRISTMAS PRESENTS,

Presents for father. Presents for Your Cousins. Presents for YourU
Presents for Mother. I Presents for Your Swee'hearts. Presents for Your F
Presents for Sister. I Presents for Your W~ife. Presents for the
Presents for Brother. Presents for Your Aunts. Presents for Anybody and Ev

COME AND JOIN THE MERRY THRONG. POPULAR PRICES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS,

jAt the Li ve Oak Department Store,,,


NEW V01tK'S CLIMA1,X. That's It: www 66WW6 1-0HEW11 44 I N W O S ,7
James J. Hill 'ys the NMetropolis a jnj thcn N~on~lrr '%01 w o don't get Make Monley nl ak~lil el E
raksnvll-Ra
har 6 teLiut en I %iicii ll i i oiav a btl!o
inter Yorke ec f.Ne Ynvetmen Jakonil Reala' Estateon thatu wiYaoncuapalt
th pno ae .His a ro~ughil beot Th cohinaig atf the low pric made isLAR juARSt asOUet
cano the Grea totr onee hunre perl ien ari asitv Jaksnvll is surehs tonrow
at~o>)iaW E HAVE DECIDED TO PLACE ON SALE a ,*cial Fall C.om of roads whens c ef h climax of a he f nag rciistr a nd~ all~ D~io i ad rJ state i, tat su he a ret In a e l e our..rLlk ad tr convneon vesth e n it ati son vil ma Este ha t ilahne pelt iewhc to do ai b iless aod lie No th-,ou drugit, 5r0k? selliad o anN oc n g Tc a u h e $0am nhi ara sae
reyo buying three lots int theno Speia Fall cobnainthrnvso
~~'framc~~~ cainot btdmeol.Mr.Mln e hnr .t9 one thue parent prices Jaksnlesure to 1 said Mr. Haillntill somekian cout- he's onsect dl r~ ~~ nti adter ~p ices ollow:ovfle
let somewhere by oiake arun thee he ttrue moet combiation preeot.g edeor king itsc elf ntire Mura HilHihshppoeeybauiu iha
ntae ct hael eders plc avenue, pitaveod, frmae St. e ohns divenpvestner althelsueoW
inwshpible to deopmies bsid Sotp)kt.wbisi t rois By, auyn ahe subdivsin tht iscal Ftand eomntreelynvstr
*'There are tw ~ ~ vo oatet lor the ~olv.eral neilindlarsosefteSecadkiie i- $
-ew rk cano aedacet bunan" onor, b sane p10opulare present selling prices.Tetrelt aycoc rmp

leassmee Exam ina o un d h le' occurre d 11a p on n thiscoieration J acksonv i present selli g prices... w Jaes oknahe Ne Bita nie, wihlnMnutrr ru i ~ ~ Esrand Parkeit, approached by beautiful ighay Cnn, rh nis trie several kidney orastn fogigsel cur.mgiietsb rb, hig -as clan, trictl whiti and tf
dec-dw I ~ hair tru;~ or ZiTK' iu a ~ ~U .1. I,-. and
t)rug ('o. i ~ ''~ 'I'~"'l'i'C s,~',i',* *c. 'a L ~ 1' ~ to se~A th~ j.hi.;tcr to a ~* ~ :~.. i.- i~'REE.
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ORIN ~'AYS OL Beginning STURDAY, DEC. 7
and Cosing !YU ESDAY, DEC.6 17.,
?idng like it ever attempted n'L1 ive O4k. i- The most sensational bargains ever offered at this
n of the year. Instead of waltin4, until January to have our Clearance, sale we have de*7' dto reduce the stock NOW,
Our regular customers we! kiow that our merchandise is all high class. We handle ~MEMBER ONLY A FEW PRICES HAVE BEEN QUOTED. Better values than these will be found.
Ed-'b~ Re For Cash Only.














71

Ln X OAK blunay,
40aor7 -;7,
JACESO. DEFUML co not 6 $ 4 6- 40 a- 4b -Ow
LITE UK IMLY 00" T nearly mndidates State
It is the 7ruile e believe, in most
PumMed eve". Aftwum t f and F I offiemes there.
States thit of its brigbftst 1 Those wh 'wem &"Pt Sauday. not Wt 4 an ele1 and glut o'-ppor! ity a t hem In

Minds (so times a majority of i
I X-g-T zl-em) 110 letm! &nd aZce-w*tiA9 I CHA& W. IRVIS, Utter an ou" ci' V on lit f J&3u&rv. ud
i te to tue metropolis and
..Zes. gra
i it W,11 be a A ing for ou.ZmwfA at the rmal-m JAve Oak, there sset shop to do basinem :, *Y cindidat % 11 d
Bul e rVe
fjuN&, as Skmad Clan Mail Mat- Thl'. is the With oar own Jack-'
notice o a Bob c. ee right bow the ardw ift oft In:
W. November 7. 1105. Ind thit the reason WIE are tha: the occ a w in i:! pro %auch a tood f candidwes for bi .1-v -,, e & tinalY r%- f-t)m iis ces ro
elective L m that hvdy
point of Y; e b a 3111 e sam, we )*zgan s,.ch uumTHE D.ULY VEMOUUT will be waz.* li:z, p u,.. for be a
laded to arr p= ot 1b* CA"Led a2d Ys wlz etk:, U0
pqp*3zition. if not
tte c. I Every Mfeguard is brown
Sutes. pa.-14e Prepaid. fe., $5.00 &:d 'rom L.Ow
z Nl Ximm or any ozh : "
S tou_ x:, Nez that 'eal;" ihspe&A
W mr; SL54 for $a mouthc -e The are fi* entTv
Of *telll: e h1a S a Q -, U) 0 a 4"..
1. 4215 f X I t-*e L C a Z S, 0 7 Ctri 16 troRer of CMVWV- am an
for fiTe V **,s, in advance. 1*- m,**-:,,d e 0" t'*'ese can- A
Se I L
C3-. 13 cal!s swom s statements to him five thev are under the dkeet came,-. tor ct'z s M %eek- down Supavam
al Government, and its the qrongest
12 lcqul of V I 14A. e Y -,z 1.3 i: S:,q .A d :uz a' z1ght--_ Z,
11 W 8. 'West Bankin
1 1: ,_a 99
or Best Methr&4
'o : e reB:-L or t4 enrjee,
Z :a L Of o In F, k Cia-k fur Sze. Trmzment.
7 -S 70 'M S 'cl, -and lh q or
Or Consent u e Metkk
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Y, C:.; 7.., e : d. d recon! =aze f6
T mbers
pered m greater nu
Ittutions.
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He a t iS cons, Watet us grow. our Protts are nm
u --ned Our. CaDi ur begftming.
tw was a,:, o
st..%. is,vv fte man 1:2 -v - % fit
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The Helvenston Insurance Agency.

thelat fftenYears has paid to Policy holders nearly $700,00,00, and has paid out durin 19f 1 O O f

Another insurance agents together have paid' practically nothing. This tells the story. A,



~ M~DKA AC S. 1. Fort~uval is here on busi-' Committees Appointed.#%s
AIJ[J)JI~3ness 'this af*oon. T1 president of the Board' of d o ~~
Trade flounces, the followjeg cW1A!UNW O
-MI. C. Skeen, om east of town, is Q~ttees accordance witA the re N01E H
here shopping Z1y. e.lit action f the Board:;Rts Weofra abrg nSA T L
Christmas goods on display at J1 H. Davis, C. D). FrinX and D. G. six room ctae wt
U".iv Oak aid Suwftnes 'Wolfe's. 6-Atcotae SM~ AND OMlt INlic
<. ty "atbered by th~2 omte 'Scrn a modern conveniences, on
Rpotr. ,Mack HingsA/ of Lanier, was in tories for Live Oa\-$. A. Finely. j. south Ohio avenue. Most I OA'SHM orH
4 town trading (1~ orig B. B~arton and C.- H.\. town. desirable residence section Q'MOE M1NN
Oats~*0 and Pe-t~:~ Sih air sa Cotrnmitt96 on ?gislation ft he ar F AUDAY I 1'-, NG PIL$T
S Ii ingso'of Lair petition our i~xt Legislture for an ciy I 9O .LL~rLk,,flEAcl &c.
1 business visitor In\the city today. Amendment Ao the Con utiou n I contem plating, purchasing.
the IFrohigto usin as to Oa
jN.Busle? is -here ff~ Alton I Fo ueto,' a horne in i~sve a come I ITO P.ROUCTS VO
Mrs. E.- P. G vrwent to Lake 'enable thf people to vote on te que;-; bU~eS. b -City this mornlng\to visit friends. tion oV statutory prohibitf~p-C up to our office and let
Tan ~e'% just rpgeived at Mrs. Joab Bltaturn. of Suwannee w Bleb.. .E(rtrnd .A.SYO Fill in one of the coupons from
4l-5brn above Journals with our name
1. Wht -4-5tSprings, is In the cily sho-pping today. I-Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL A (~t ~ flWRDflQ(III LABORTORYV, with One Dollar.
Smit, Aton isregskeed heywill send you an oi~r a
Ethrlug this nmornbg from Pensa- auuce assrenbh'd at Teruperan L liiRELT value $2.70:)
Vcola. Hall \ist evening to hetar the first o,':."-'1t loat -and. powdered sugar at I-N Mrs. .1Kinstry"s leer ur4es on "The, Lewin Building, Room 3I
~ L ~EVD~fS. '6-4t This, morning reported to be I\Vorld's \Gr'-at Etaires.'. The siil-;PoeN.4.Si ale
the toidest weathet of the season to jtu' las'ki* a 4k l n hn N.40S w n e
Ob. L E. I'ton went to Tal- hit Live Oak. %,nizidefqa1 faciliLy d --ia1-,ied by ______,M last JoncsirV".2' cKin'Ary in bandg. ("iel oburn's Gavater 3Minst ~D u
JonVilliamV asie of the :ii :Ol an4 thereniar1tble purity' 1 Cbuns retrMnrlS,
s h ietdy Ba tMayo bank, spej last night in the Auk preci: iofl (' tht, iangtlige !~1 pres;er~inl, a good show for t~h
6-10t city with friends. cxro 'Is' of wolorhb1 and sutririsk, fioney the%- chadr.1 had 911
--- i r r ain c .i fro e v la n e a u d ie n c e ., a t t h i - -
.12 the city o Y. jar? Guess and get a Teddy beer awi. butt rather deep %*ice and resorts at The Graud Saturday.
~. keee, ~ d s aon fre t Wlfes.64't t nne f he trcs be orator to In the firot part Dan ifolt, Biflyl
Mr. andne mnod i*mn impress her audience. Language Morris, Joe nunlevy, Tommyi Calvia, JI~DI~ 'f1
kvfr oa.M.adMrs. .. NVj. Soaley, of D~ow- i., simple and direct, her', gesturs, 111lly Ciiniiu and Roy Peck wer I. IX XJVRJ
'Saec yurprsetsbeor ling Park, are having their house- febut she succeeds, eviden~ly with-it ni-rely adequate to thle spirit t of funhlgoods niwed',to Live Oak. They out studied effort, in securing'h f makingadtesng ftepr A*kb. Wolte's., 6-l0t will live in te -1 Jones' house. dli% ided attention of her andie'Rce.- -forrminvo vvere robdpvipd with entirely JEWELRY STORE,
that ~ ~ C h. '* ~
in We \ dice is hereby giveti that a er *~U 42'' :n '.
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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1907.

idlgZ le Sani's Appetite for Oysteri9. 1, Mountaifleer'o Remedy for 060"Othe ifUlA ~ (Leslie's Weeky.) (Naslividle Tennesseat.) An o@ima
Y oun ~Every year the demand for oysters "I traveling oeth emme ~ S3 o
Y o n e !* is largely increased, and the supply,. monasasottm go1d1o-eranifeetkon or
t ~hougli annually growing Freat.,,ered remedy for the ootbachees."oig id
*~ fails to keep pace with it. /The re- said Clrus, Fleming, of MArtin, at the wti mdCt.Y oung W ornon suit is~~~~~1 that oysters now stabout uae\.Istpdatam nai-whnadCty
Y ou g Wm en @ ~lter entmor inthe~ewYor Tuane\ 1stopedat montan- BE IT 0RAD
L1 er en or n h 'e Yreer's hou4 one night. Along about adCt oni zt "AG odi Hl temarket than they did tw yer g,2o'clock 'W the morning I Rea ndCtyond t k
"AEIt thed aieragg isH lftehotlie/ price being' with a terri e tootjiache. I arousedOaFol:
Q t e verge wh les iI Section 1.-W hoever,
so begin yo' business education by entering the well W 0lo $12 uhl UJor stetewoe I celje wit my groans.
largest oyster markey in the country, The old man go up and gladly offer- cne rpatcn
% the City of Live (~k,
Baltimore baying 4tallen behind of ed to give me.r He nou
known and popular een ou'oreotfmeitey.
ltyer.in the yard, oot a~andful of yellow of oaid Ciyeey.~s According to the United State3' clay, bruhi nt house, poured er, sal poty chr rola
Government st~tisties, which are ad- it in a skilkt, and be tan heating It scarlet fever, and nuttedly incomplete, the oyster pro-i When It was dried out nd red hor, comes within his practice, duction of this country is more than' he made mne slap it to Iy jaw. The city, shall be Dunhshed by t 1000000: bushels per annum, of a pai Dot excedit aiv momnt rderrble
value greater than $29,000,000. but In -another moment my'toothachenoecedgFieHdeWheras,. frmely annd o stes hd etirly isa peaed. I'~eptthe Dollars, or by lmprso a.( y We have three distinct departments: Wees omrvcne ytr a nieydsperd 'Jetteceignnt 9)& r
*~~~~~~~wr the only kind thg&t reached the hot clay in my jaw until I fell off tocein nnty(0dy,
3 iieresuch fine and lmprisoumestv
BOOKKEEPING and BANKIG, W tables 9f dwellers far' inland, now sl(ep. It is a great remedy." dsrto fteMyr
thank 'to he grat ofsce.o 2ofha thi aori SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING, thns"otegetdev*lopment o
%.rfioaigcars, there 1% scarcely Baidly Mixed Up beoe effecthi mdtly
TELEGRAPHY and TYPEWRITING, AbahmBrwrfWitrtnrNabcmeefetveimgt
a r~froad town in the country where Abaa rwo Vnetn .passage by the Council mad
presided over by competent and experienced instruc- oyiters on the half-shell mnay not be i ,had a very' remarkable experi- by the Mayor.
tors, whose, years of success as teachers, guarantee enjoyed. -ee; he says; "Doctors got badlv Attest:
to you good instruction. d iseae upwove mecoesadher S. P. MAYS, C. H. BRW
111. Public Speaker Interrupted dIes;tocled it kidney trouble: City Clerk. Prft
Public speaker arrqunl !n- fourth blood poison, .and zb 1, S. P. Mays, City Clerk otft
Scnoirsnips: $40, $509" S75PJ $90 terrupted by people coughing. This fith stomach and liver trouble;, butofLvOaFridoerb
Wrt oayfrCtaou. Adr l iqiis ol3ud not' happen if Foley's Honey tione of them helped me; so my wil fe Lv aFoia ohrb
Writetoda forCataogue Addvss ll iquires t and Tar were taken, as it cure .s1 advised trying Electric Bitters. whi -1 66, thas tfregrl pa isse y oughs and colds and prevents ipne-lare restoring mie to perfect health. Council on the 6th day of
0 L. M. HIATTON, OR 0~. S. STEPIIENS", i inionia, and conisumnption. The I OneC bottle did me more good than ber, A. D. 1907 and the saun Ig
PRESIDENT. PRINCIPAL. 0 .1~ -u ne oains 1)0 o;-,iates and is, ii- 1'1 tl~ five doctors prescribed," by certified to the Mayor for W&
u eilow Iia Stiuannee Drug ',Iarnnteed to cure blood pl)OsoI1. po IQ I I1.p 1y ndalsoiclvrn
E~e npn.de-w~~k~ivadalsoaclvr n Witness my hand and the at'.
ih6*x copant. Braaid city this 6th day of N
4 wA Oa1 1 ibl to( i1 my (liv-r druggists, 50c. dec- d w A .10.'
'II d~t]s shuirg -S. P. MAYS, City Clerk
-J r' uio. The World's Oldest lloflukf. Examined and approved by uk
~~il itIt lliiy Ms.L. Killcrease, who livis at this November Gth, A. Do 1907.
I of'holic. ofFul"'s f oI I,,,N Mi 1,, a small village. thre. .B.JHSONm
ind Tar haive lor s~oldj without :ui" i '~ of Quitman, Te)tts savss .
Real isiai e For SalesSf ve ~aii x ~~i'Wd h er ld h list Johnnie: Pa. equine/Cis a h&-%
other Than benoficial res-ults froin its htv.j 1weni Uhrn 1u1n e ", 6. She isn't it?
1:ofrcoughs, coldsn lung troui- I i es with her daughter, who i 57 Father: Yes.
dred~~a~ acre Thisn isw bon' thlmbu god.nuine 1'ears old, and with her granddaugh- Johnnie: And,,eoo is a kind of an
~o One hunddacejinntwnoCoubsraF oe'xy S lone and Tar in the yellow ter. who is C)2 years old. It I.% be- Ox, isn't it?
Onea hlndiree ntd twp.ntg, on Rock road adioininv cemererv ..,t-ounds. ;vL- continsno patso oertive th~r. ..lc ei the o l & Fa t'er: -eAot x
~ij: rQ.hw. ft THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE,
the money in the world ea~ 't t'm., ~ -- ~












LIVE OAK DAILy DEMOCRAT: PRIDAY, I)ECENM 6, 1WT.

AL CRDS I C~drg'sCate under the provisions lof this orfavorite tonic is White's Cream Ver- dinance, upon Conviction by theMa-I C HI R ::lDV
mifuge, the cure for worms and all or shall be punished by a fine noa :lE 13ca5a lI~@V
chlrnsdsae.It not onliy kills ceeding five hundred dollars or D i e
the womS, bt remves te muc s oned not longer than ninety day, SELRA LW.and slime In which they build their or both such fine and imprisonment, *.
COUNSLORATLAWnests. Its action on the child is at the discretion of the Mayor. j :I
*FLOREDA. mild and leaves him in a healthy Sec. 4.-That ti riac hl
elum"bofthe stata Spec condition. Joe Daniel, Surmac, Tenn., take effect Immediately upon its pascar.ae Coflkctsm
boni prpa atted. says that he gave one of his children sage by the Council and approval by
ftAT AT AW&White's Cream Vermifuge when the the Mayor.
STA, A LA03. doctor thought it had colic, and from Attest:
the first dose the child passed 763 S. P. -NMA YS, C. H. BROWN, w e W iEST worms. Sold by Suwannee Drug City Clerk. Pres Council.
nand Surgeon. CO. dec-dw 1 1, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the~
Building, Ohio Avenue. -~-----~--City of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby
at Ethel Hotel. "Will al~ohol dissolve sugar?" certify that the foregoing Ordinance I
HL. "It will", ref Old Soak: -it No. 67, was regularly passed by thel
Ko& 3 orN& ill issove' Id, brick houses and City Council on the 6th day of NotDatcla & G;roover) No. KC horses, and iap Pess. and love, and vember, A. D. 1907, and the same isi everything else *orth having.--. hereby certified to the Mayor for his F. E. THOASON Champion. approval.
& THOMASON, Witness my hand and the seal of
There is nothing better offered the said City this 6th day of November,
*public today frsoahtroubles, 19 1)7.
& UGONI ysesindigestion, etc., than S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
KODOL. This is a scientific prepara. Examined and approved by me this?
FLORIDA- tion of natural digestants combined Novemiber 7th, A. D. 1907.
with vegetable ac'ds and it contains J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor.
LYLEa the same juices found in ever.- maINANC~ -NO. 08.
healthy~~~t stomach. KODOL is guaran- djaieloiriglePyen
Practical teed to give relief. it is pleasant to In (i~ikle i tj boil In es

I AND JEWELER tae twl ae o elfn ersons, Firm or (orporatiOn who
,*,Jyear's experience digesting what yo eat.as., Sol bCoit'(ntracts for tlt~
of Watches always on hand. Oa rgC.dcdIult (of hearingng H~ouse ('erti.mE.~~~~ --S----,-tdosn h t eeme ta. thate il thet ('itY of Live Oak, THROW AWAY YOUR CfTCHES.
there is as mucli room for improve- value Thereof, and iniposinga

of r c t i v e d e f c t o fr ~ l u t t h e e y er n e g h r .n t f o r t i I. t i I H e r e o f R e m e d i e s "fthe anfactr Of leseya lie it ordaiiwd by the Ilayor u
Take ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ (-t DeitsKde n lde Ycouncil of 11! cityv of Live Oan Dr. I. V l. the great advertiser of all kinds Wf contagious diseases of thida man fac ur oofe worker, ah is now mak- Ithe human system. The doctor Is
at Barclay & Uroover Drug ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Pill s; they are for weak back, in-'1 tsnl eUlw ~ fin,, his headquarters a h ua-mkn h efhatelm ak
at B rl y & u o v r D-w9 fan m ton o bl dd r ba ka hv S .1 I 1. it. salb f irm or l cor l~o nee lDri Store, this city' and curing zm~d performing other miracles that an eKzxu'- Sl wLie ~ person, 'ersonri orsad ofoalokia- of disease s ire nrov;ng him to be one of the most
LA. ~ ~ ~ ~ adw(a CRAWFORD, [Srld Co. Liec- 'l e to puirhaIse or contract to pur- tha thf tma aP ymyh e wonderful inn tl at has ever come.

~3LIC STENOGRAPHER, thase withiin the city of Live Oak. tI ilh lrd to n letb it vhini ouir midst. if you are sick,
Candor~~~~~~to is tile alrd malit gieaoll(d, n fth lain o .p = ( U O Rpsts w e e hRyo 'l kn w i ('eriliate Ii%-udo the tle rusteeouof Treatnent, miay be sen a! the Su eaf or lame, or broken down in Ill
Cando Ban B ing he t ls y u o met i g ives Nol C ear icate isu sd bte A ( trustee c o f v n i c D u Store, where he gives' health, it ill Pay11 you to call at the OAK Ban l Ri DA. he_______ tellsI ofu bamehkn elsing buiesi tl, :ii information that may be desired iu ane D u tr n e h
De~it'5 Cabolizd With Hazl eit of lbeak, orida, asandef in reard to those, wonderful Florida i dortor and get further information O NA C LO RIDA l e G t D tt. L v So d bOee s m t a k, the ida f ace vaue for h n erb lg. ov 'is free of charge. i js to h is wonderful Florida Herb alI
OakDru Co de~d s i cethancate fnles s u pro, lie also gives a g,,rand moral freel ricovt'ries, all of which are for sale
~~ace equrin Ralrod it'rsoiis, firin or corporation shall 2 vningolo.-tteSuaneDrgSoe
~,m~uOwning or Using Tracks netnm tevr
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1907. \\'N, nor :i;t:> to ally mnd:yislim::l add: ~
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stok~~~~~~h andwoo shoe th Theld onfr.aDteedoiAie n .)a
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