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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 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 )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075905:00144
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LIVE OAK FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. ,OCTOBER. 17. 1006.. : ,
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.'f., Ii ;PERSON DA VIS DEAD !nDlN6 THE fURNACf TRAGEDY IN JACKSONVILLI. .


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LITTLE EDNA SHEPHERD WAS '
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LOSS LJWio WAS FEEDING JIBE DUCKS



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fentracted Terminated r Body Found Floating In
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and Her Death"We Leigh-Heart Broken Mother -
Woman 11. : h V\

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t:'ed L:i& --Mrs.Jefferson v (Jacksonville Metropolis.) -

pjf the President of the One of the most distressing acci-
'. ko' been 'ill for ---'---
; .has dents to occur in the city for some

>'Hotel Majestic in this time was that of the drowning of


f I-toe to' pneumonia, ins A and three months-old daughter of

-_re cold which Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Shepherd, of 736 =

-' [ npoij her return Charles street Riverside this morning

,_adackvwhere, she had at Riverside park.

,,\-. f"-m nths. The sad accident was discoveredby

._gave;;fears were felt ; Arthur Leigh who saw the bodyof

Krs- Davis wonderful 4i the little girl floating in the lake
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'I'brought} ,her safelyBttacta at the south end of Riverside park,

year ago near the small pier, from which it

f I1tlu.",'; ate recovery' until fs presumed the little one fell to her =
t& decided change forevident death. 3.i

-. and the at- The lifeless form was taken from

-: ns announced that the water as quickly as possible, and

i sear. carried into the park lodge where
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,t.,;'believed. that Mrs. s .. Superintendent Hogan resides. There
1 J9l'lIuryve! the night, everything was done to revive the

..)slightly during the .. / --=--- little one. Dr., Diggett was, summoned -
tat today, Shortly' after -- .' and did everything known to
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: morning, 'she had a .t ..:; medical skill to resuscitate the child

;sad, 'Rev, Nathan A. but all was futile.
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._0j!rst.' Stephens' Pro- The news of drowning spread rapidly =

l Church, was hurtod'to : In the neighborhood and the

give religious '1' ',o .' ladies living near the park repairedto

,|tie patient in her last -.. 4\ the scene and did everything ,they ,_

eeusciousnes& could to aid in the work of revivingthe
'Away p Peacefnllr. ("Not yet, --.") child and in comforting the
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remained some tL mother whose grief was pitiable to
tour' later .it was an-

_ _.:"xs.- Davis had lapsed see.Mrs.. .Shepherd was seen by a ?

', coma. The period of Metropolis reporter and said that little -
continued to the end. Edna had strayed from 4 Y
away
SKETCH OF SAM JONES THE EVANGELIST
r -,.r ,OcL 16.-Definite. home and she thought had tried, to i
funeral had not been follow her little sisters to school. In a

""but it Is understood passing the lake she was attractedby a

win beheld here hers # the ducks swimming in the water,

.- i' definitely known by First a Lawyer_ Then Lost His Health and Took to Drink-Story His and in attempting to feed them she -4

: lost her balance and fell overboard.
Till beside of <;
repose
Conversion and His Later Life
(of the Confederacy The accident has cast a gloom over z -

all Riverside where the little girl,

tie tonight it was said Sampel Porter I Jones whom the terest. When 22 years old he was miles beyond Cartersville. On the was known and beloved, and the

i, w uld.taken. tolfc whole world knew as "Sam" Jones, admitted to the bar of Cartersville way to church he said to his grandfather sympathy of the entire community Is
extended to the widowed mother in
,on Thursday. the great evangelist, was born Oct- Everyone predicted success for himas "I want to preach today." 1
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he great loss of her little loved one.
'--- ober 16, 1847 at Oak Bowery, a.debator and a persuader of men But the old minister objected telling

--J. ABANDONS THE Chambers county, Alabama. His he had few equals In the county. A the young man that he had no J

OP ,InsDRAIN.. end came only one day before his year or two of application to office license. "Never mind that," said his words always held the minds
I what is still notable held
fifty-ninth birthday, to a family cele- work, however, broke his health. Sam, "I want to preach. I have some- and more r
the hearts 1>f the men and women before -
Editor of Magazine bration of which he was hastening Nervous dyspepsia developed and he thing that I must say."

_Bears His Name. .at the moment of his leath. was in almost constant suffering. And Sam Jones preached that Sun- him. ;i

r0ct? 16.-Thomas E. Mr. Jones' parents were John Finding no relief in the various medi- day. Standing near the front pews A Prohibitionist.No .

tbandoned the child of Joseph Jones and Nancy Porter cines recommended, he began drinking -. -he was permitted to take the pul- bolder or more vigorous captain -

= !? Watson's Jones. In 1858 his father, having whiskey. pit-he talked for half an hour In }
Magazine in the cause of prohibition than
only eighteen married a second time, came to Each month intensified his com- such a way.that the congregation for-
months Sam Jones ever lived. Whenever a
b'ouble u about Cartersville, Ga., where the son, des- plaint and recourse to the stimulant, i got itself, forgot him and his past !i
money. fight for the abolition of saloons in y 9
has been editor-in-chief tined to fame spent the greater part became more and more frequent. Fora in the words he uttered. From that Atlanta, Macon Savannah or other

tlon since its inception of his boyhood and young manhood. while his future was despaired of. time forward he remained constantly Georgia cities has been contemplated the

1 writing much While still on the youngster side of He was unable to continue his prac- before the people and his vow to r
summoned
V for it, was almost invariably
pwtributlon his teens Sam Jones gave evidence of tice. He became a day laborer. There temperance was kept.In i
with series
having been to open the campaign a
oaThe Life the qualities which later in life made are still men in Cartersville who November, 1872, Sam Jones,
and Times of his plain, forceful sermons.
him men. remember having seen him drivinga then 25 old, joined the North
_ acksOL" Of late he bean a power among years Two weeks ago Mr. Jones closeda
a the Though not a particularly diligent public dray over the streets. Dur- Georgia Methodist conference thenin
dispute with remarkable meeting at his tabernacle
Cbief of student he was a quick one and from ing this period of life there was convention at Atlanta. After 8
whom is Col. j l li in Cartersville, and left for
annof: Town the outset a ruling spirit among boysof scarcely a type of humanity whom years of pastoral work in the confer- he
where
Topics ] Oklahoma City, was engaged -
e'ning the town. The very virtues of his be did not touch and all the while ence he was made agent for the
money due as to conduct a two weeks' revival.He .
th&t make up proved for a time what some unconsciously but none the less surely North Georgia Methodist orphans'
precipitated the was accompaniel by his wife his
reached regarded as his weaknesse3, but he was studying the types, learning home. From this work he resignedto r
its
crisis a day two daughters, Mrs. Annie Pyron and
1dr but which subsequently were seen to their weaknesses and their become a traveling evangelist
Watson is in his Miss Julia Baxter Jones of Carters-
_Ltfta have been but the shadows of his strength. This was the beginning of his great-
_ where he means to rille, and his secretary, Tom Dun-
Enthusiasm, boundless est usefulness and his In-
Mote deepest
strength.
himself to literary I Turning Point In Ute. ham. In Oklahoma City the evangel-
and love of life and interest -. fluence. '
,-Durham energy a
f
Watson, son of ist's success was remindful of his
in all its phases, these were his Just at the time when hope for him i
a associate crowded to
editor, left Known'e'rrwht'rt' younger days. People
nature. For while they had been lost, his father died one
from a
_* gifts
jth his parent. bear him and when the meetings i
led him into over-indulgence of Im- August afternoon in 1872. Mrs. JohnT. During the past twenty years Sam
dosed Sunday their effect was re-
fan Church people about the community Stocks, of 133 Spring street, At- Jones has held revival meetings and
Meets pulse. i gistered the entire community. }
Tomorrow. "smart"boy lanta, a sister of Mr. Jones describesthis has given lectures on social and mor- upon
of him a
spoke as .
Sunday evening.October 14th, Mr,
morning at eleven but rather wild. Others boded I as the turning point In her bro- al problems In almost every city in him
Jones and those accompanying
_ Wannee' Baptist As- that no good could come to him. But I ther's life. the United States. There is scarcelya took a sleeper for Cartersville. Tuesday -

VV the Baptist all the while he was living life, "We children were all standing town in Georgia which does not was to be his birthday and the
_VVct7 for a sitting of watching men and events with a about father's bed," said Mrs. Stocks remember him as the most stirring !
-$ family at home had planned a re-
l"geLtable; has been sharp eye and gathering that experi- Monday morning, "and Sam was on advocate of Christianity that has union and a dinner In its celebration.The .

the church, on ence which in maturer years turned the right side crying bitterly. My ever come within its borders, and relatives from the surrounding

tll be served each nto a quick sympathy and a thorough father told us goodbye saying at the scarcely a man who has not shakenhis country and the grandchildren from

4s invited to come understanding of his fellow men. time 'My children, I have assurance hand. In Boston and St. Louis over the state were to be present. _
jmeetiags with us. that I shall meet you all again, all his work left a particularly deep im- funeral
First Chose Law. The birthday will become a ,
looked at pression. Thousands came to hear
rSung' discussionsthe except one, and here he service. .
_ ,Thursday hour Near his twenty-first year Mr. Sam. Then my brother fell across him and for weeks after he had left Near daybreak Monday Mrs. Jones..

_ V V be nine o'clock, ad- Jones decided that law should be his the ted ,and sobbed, 'Father. I'll his sermons were,' quoted in.the. awoke ar Little Rock, Ark. A,
: for=dinner, and profession. ,The county court house never drink again. I won't I won't.' I workshop on the streets and in the moment later she discovered that.her

about four p. m. had always, attracted him and when- home.As. husband'was dead. '; .
your baskets. ever a.big case,particularly a criminal "I Want to,Preach. a lecturer at chautauquas Mr.; ", '

case was to be argued, he was al-I j I I Next Sunday Sam Jones accompanied -i Jones,'was' in almost constant de- I

It;-khnret tomorrow J wto be found sitting near the'fury I!.I his grandfather a' Methodist I I. mand. Whether he talked religion Big opening of Oathurst tomorrow

j "' eyes bright with excited in- preacher, to Felton's chapel, a few',W politics or life's human interests morning at 10 o'clock.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER" 17, IW6.. .::
2 LnrEo.\Kn.uty" DEMOCRAT,. .
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It. A-B.: r Bnrlicd Glf1

Live Oak--Perry tT;
._ or boy, mad or woman, is, quickly
'B out of pain j. Bucklen'rAroica.Salfeig
applied pj omptly. 0. J..Welch, of Railroad Coj

Tekonsha. Mich., says: "I use It In 'SCHEDULE '
itRf' and all skin TIME
U my family fdr cuts sores

t Injuries, and find It perfect" .Quick

est Pile cure known. Best heallmg ... .

6 T !. salve made. the at Barclay & Grooer ?- Fzt. and Pua STATION
f.. Mail and Pan p I'
: t Drug Store.
I No.1 No. 6 xv a, ,s
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Dally Sunday Only Sun =-
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:; L II SINGULAR CUSTOMS. % A.1M.Leave P.Leave M. LeaveS .
240au
00 L30
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2 54 Lira .
U3 Oaka ?4 51 ;
Com
: Ceremonle That
Bulgarian SOO
h 8SU US Roekysink_.
t From Paean lUtea. L52 307 ..Starr. ._.. --4_
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,' .P ,, The people of Varna, on'the coast of \822 2.0-4 L55 0 230 :::..F: :: .
the Black sea in Bulgaria have a sin- Ar. 8 39 'Az .09 Az,S 40 Lancaster._ Y3
I" __ gular custom which they observe at Lv. .8 W Lv i49 Lv i is Dowling Park, i

HI R !: the feast of the Epiphany whIch takes 8 50 Lv 4.50 4 178li2 Chaney__ _

,;'place on Jan. 6. The clergy, both 8 57 4-51 Ar. 425 29 Maya cttiioq 3+d _
t Greeks and Bulgarians, accompaniedby 8 900 8 5.80 Ly. 4 40 Day-.. :i 3S
,an immense crowd, go to the sea- 06 5.06 4 46 _
H2 is
9 10 Towmend -
I L shore, carrying with them a wooden 15 525 G 12 .. -Smhh _.. ='_
BFL cross. The cross is thrown by the 938 .r..38 5 2'7 --Fenholloway_ ;i?
Ar. 9 50 Az 5.50 M 640 Perry_.... ={1
clergy into the sea, and thereupon the Ar.l03O Ar 630 Ar.G 35 Hampton tp'a.
strongest swimmers jump In after It. L3di ,

R The best swimmer gets It, of course, MAYO and ALTON"K=;
1 and brings it in triumph to shore.
'tL | The Varna people have a still more
!
singular salt water i all the newly No. 7 No. 9 No. U. STATIONS I a- -iii,,,,
<:) : day. After dark at night ,
( Daily ex Sun. Dally ez.Sun Sunday Only Daib-ex
I IS married men in the town are conducted Leave' P.M. Lea ve A.1f.---
with bands of music and singing, Leave Anivt L
so..., to the shore and made to take three 1.60 9.10 4.30 4.40 5.10 Dowling Park 1.D'1
5.2Z
Ma7o.Junetion 'US
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; successive plunges into the icy water. '- 4..5S 5.34 Clark 'our [ IS23 .:
US Loa 5.44 Peterson 'US U .
then conducted home where
They are ,
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EderfewMtSWaAOa, 8 10.00 8 5.30 8 5.56 I Mayo 8 'lJlt
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their brides, accompanied by their relatives Ar 101.0 Ar 5.40 Ar 6.02 Alton Lv 'LOll' i--

and friends, have been awaiting a Regular atop. Connection made at Dowling Park far all trains 'ta a"
them In state. After this there is feastIng For information.to connections with other lines 'phone or colt lie. !t'

IJAS been very busy place for the last week or ten and merry making. These singular THOMAS'phone 147,DOWLING.Lewin Building President.,Live Oak. a P HOPKDQ.'J :

>, days. We have sold a great many suits and origin.customs are believed to have a Pagan Gaitf j

L other gent's furnishings but this was not unexpectedand f 1 FLORIDA '
Photo Amateurs a Study. RAILWAY
we are prepared tomeet] an even greater demand. I One of the most interesting places in
SCHEDULE. ,
We expect to sell suits and New York to study human nature Is at
a
great more
many our a counter in a photographer's shop CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. JA L RY. AKB A.CLH,iv
complete line of furnishings is always kept to the
up where the customers come to get amateur RUD DOWN. CENTall Tyg :-
Standard. I photographs they'have had developed -
: and printed. The anxiety they 'No.3 No.L Ii

.. We sell the Michael-Sterns Clothing than which display to get the products of their DedF kMail and :I..
"shots" would seem to be out of all Except Expzesa STATIONS !
there is none better made. Quality and fit guar- Sunday. D&il,.
results
t proportion to the when you t

anteed. The very latest styles and designs in plaids t catch a glimpse of them, and their disappointment r __
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and mixtures. t if the prints are not readyIs 715.1 m 400 pm LY.-._. __.Live Oak.- ..... --Jr.'L:
i almost as keen, apparently, as if 6
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some important business transaction 7 35 a 4 20 p Ports :s I
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had fallen through. And when they do a m 429 Pili Lv.-.__. .";: .._.Stokley......_. TtlUi

t Suits $12.50 to $30.00OVERCOATS get more the interesting.prints their The faces satisfaction are even of 50 a m 4 31 pm Lv.__.._.. Lanier S.4 La \. '''411

these amateur photographers over a set 803 a m 438 It m Lv.__... ..'-- Kirl-land... ......_-.I.r I tgsas

i it of fairly good pictures is absolutely 815 a m 448 pm Ar"'M'_. WiImarth_._...........-Le., J'i;
idiotic, and their dismay at a lot of 820 a m Lv..__ '" :

,. failures is tragic. The frankness of a 4a m Ar._..... .. .. ....W1hnart.h.---1 "
} ':? these exhibitions is not the least Interesting is a m Lv._._____ .
l .: phase of, the whole 4.6 1 I.
PresS. thlng.XewYork _120_ a m Ar. _'_'.._..._._.__. Wllmaath...._......._....-- _
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,, : '" '9 36 a m 4.as pa9 LV.M-...:..__W marth."I'
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i Firing a Distress Signal. 45 a 114 54 pm Lv...... .....:. _Suwanne River II, -!}.
2.8
When a ship does not carry a cannon 955 a m GOO pm Lv._-......-Norwood- llli'e

r or mortar with which she can Sr 10 05 a m 510 pm Ar...___ 1 ...... .. ..... .May.1.%.__.... ...:.--tt. Un:j;,

I distress signals, a metal socket on the 1020 a m LV__...............Mayo.- .,-
r Have you purchased your winter overcoat? If bridge o'r poop rail is used for that .;
,Into the 1030 a m Ar._____.Al5ton-_.. .. ..-...,.J.-'
not, don't do it until you have seen our line. They purpose. socket a detonatingrocket 1040 a m ]Lv ._ _._ .. ------.Alton...._ :
is placed, and inside this is a U '
i fit like tailor-made goods and the quality is the best. firing tube.. A lanyard Is hooked onto 1050a m JAr.-..... .____ .)(a.o..._ --Lt. -

II the tube, and a man, by giving the UOO a mop m v_._....... ___u&yo._._

;..., They give satisfaction to every purchaser. lanyard a sharp jerk, explodes the 1110 a m 5 19 pm Lv._.___... .._.San U Yedre_-..3'JiJ"
<. rocket. It 1.1
contains a high explosiveand 1116 a m 523 pm LT.n_...._ ......_.....Salt]load.- :
on leaving the rail gives a loud 9.2
report and another on reaching' its 11 40 a m S 40 pm Lv._._ _..._._. ..bld.'I.LJ1Wi

s '$15.00 to $25.00 highest altitude. Both reports are as 1148 a m 547 pm Lv.______.Chultan.U ... ... --w"J.tIUt: 't,

loud as the report of a twelve pounder 1200 a m Ii 57 D m Lv____.._....Keene------3.9 ......L J lIi:'
cannon. The socket is slipped in the .. 3.0
rail at an angle to prevent the rocket 1212 a m 6 05 p miLv._ "__Fenbolloway._ ....-- ..'.Lt,lilt,,.,

touching the rigging.A 12 28 a m 6 13 pm,LV'M-!"_'_M.......Denm6ark.._.._"..'-'.,Is.IS'"
i 3.3
U 30 m 6 20 P m I Ar._........ ............_.Perrr__....--3s11111.
School Shoes Boys' and Youths'Suits Spoiled Sermon.A tl t-;
clergyman was unexpectedly called
t Shoes, Under- upon to'preach before the students of (: ) Telecragh 01'Telephone Statio. (f) Flat Station. lrl Rsit r (JJ
Agency Station T. r.,AISfQI
a well known
A Webster Dictionwear college. He chose a sermon
Neckwear, from his "barrel" and without w.s.HARRIS General Passenger A ent.

ary with every pair. etc : : : : : : reading It went to the college chapel. .
lie got on splendidly until
J near the
close when he amazed the boys with AtlallticCoastLI
his peroration, beginning "And now a
:: word in conclusion to you who are ,jFlo'rida
"
fcothers.

BUTLER BROS.Men's Several Dialect Georgia, Alabama


ture rItcb-McCall-What is that new sort butler of of hybrid yours?crea Nu- Virginia. North, Carolina ; i ;

Why. how do you mean? Me-
OaU-I called to see you the other day South Carolina. J
/ OutfittersLIVE pnd when I asked him what time i

I might catch you at home he said, ".At
j baff pawst tin, sah."
OAK FLA.SUYIANNEE -Philadelphia The of Travel from
J| Press. Great Highway


"The last Quite time Regular.I saw Gayley he FIOrJaa--East W6St, NortilTO ,

wasn't f
very-er-regular in his habits."
"Oh. he's very regular now."
Well well. I didn't think he'd eve THE EAST, THE FAMOUS -

1\ reform Nile ,hasn't" : Ills habits are, all baa FlORIDJJND I WEST INDIA LIMa

now.-Philadelphia Ledger.

1:1: AND NEW YORK EXPRESS

BAKERY Danger From The Plague. .

There's grave danger from they 111101 MONTGOMERY:

plague of Coughs and Colds that m m[ 1rt11:
I are 11LO.1 ER"
Bread, Cake, Pies Etc. A I so prevalent unless you take Dr. ,_
Ii I King's New Discovery for Consump

u Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a tion, Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. PULLMAN CARS AND THROUGH COACH Did '.
Walls, of Forest
City Me., writes
Specialty. At the old Racket Store, in front of "It's a Godsend to people living in: Atlantic Coast Line mileage books: good to all
; climates where coughs trains as far East far West
I and colds pre- as Washington, and as
the Court House. Clegg and Knowles, Props. I 1 van. I find it quickly ends them. It Cincinnati and New Orleans; rates $25,00. I' :
prevents Pneumonia.
( cures'LaOrlppe,
: : !, t gives wonderful relief In Asthma CONSULT THE PURPLE fOLDER. .,

: V and Hay Fever, and makes weak For detailed and full information regarding i rates, y ,_
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|lungs strong enough to ward tions '
off ticket
schedules, call on your nearest agenj:
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Consumption
Coughs and Colds. SOc '
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and $1.00. Guaranteed by FRANK C. BOYLSTON Dist. Pass. Agent, 133 W. Bay *. A...-
'& Groover Barclay W. D. STARK,Trav.Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St Jaeks0117- ..
4 ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT Drug Store. Trial bottle .
free. w. J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Manager General OmcfH tt

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., al He tmta 'bycaoratag. tra4o \ttk LIVE OAK STEAM LAUt'bRYvet s

1BB J a f1Iam&i,M..,, "He wa formerlyoSawaaaee. a city ,

a Jfl tine'of r s puts-all sizes- t ? aM feet equifped laundry in Nile Fku

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%ri V Wood delivered on a mot enl\- wrecks tfcen.M. AH week First elMS in every respect -

ygrl notice air length, pine or hardvoo. --- ,
Prtaspt service and and
\\-MtetMcCrlff. Phone 25. 1 tf B. Straag and mother delivery shipments
Ji'HEY iO Mrs Blair, and aunt Mrs. Brown to oat of town customers when ;

True and tried friends ot the left this morning for Tampa, when promised All lost or damaged articles : -H-

DeWitt's Little Early'Riser them make their future home willta for .. -
fimiU paid : : .: : ; .: : : -
Good evils Sold by City Pharmacy. We regret to lose these good peoph
SDemo- from Live Oak. ,

_a t Bier L. M. Skelton \\llmarth., returned Work under personal supervision of =
this morning from an enjoyable W. A. Keen, of the Lire Oak Bottling -
,--- Works is looking after bus LESTER SCARBOROUGH ..
: Lem BtiU1 visit of several days to Georgia Proprietor
. to neat, In I cess down the Coast Une Railroad

tf Big opening of Oakhurst tomorrow this week }lr. Keen Is a hustler LIVE OAK FLA. 4

-- in Lewin Build morning at 10 o'clock. and a trade-winner, and with all aa ... . . N. .. .... .... . ... ... ,.
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affable gentleman.Dr. .
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L Frank C. Owens of Greenwood S.

r_" ofGa1nesti1le. mad C.,. is in the city. He la conn ete< W. H. Bryan of the Park one For STOVES or FIRE PLACE 4
: with the West Virginia Land Com of the most successful physicians In
night.
WOOD
caU.last and fine fellow
Florida a mighty ,,
pany. was In the city yesterday shaking Any length from 14 inches to 4 feet
O'ie of Houston was iD.
; } hands with his friends, all of
". business. Surrency & Powers are making i a many
z ,,D- irplDg. on specialty of Red'Band Brand Can whom were glad to see him.S. Will deliver in any part of Live Oak -

::-:.: stnrned this morninidays' dies at 15 cents per pound. Nothing
like It. B. Jackson, of the southern
Savannah
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xrm txs Col. J. B. Johnson one of Live day. Mr. Jackson is oe of tie most ;
M pf tAM CO.. in Suwannee ( BROTHERS)
,.. nee naeutorMass. Oak's leading attorneys went tc prominent young men
;:':. / Gainesville yesterday on professional county and has rendered the county
Phone No. 197
.,. business. splendid service as a member jof the
Board of County Commissioners.
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:. Hl.fA!{) JuwUM t l er. of the Grover section was In the Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the .
digestive juices of a healthy stomach
this morning attending the meetIng -
city
.i-'tO o'clock. of the Board. and will put your stomach in shapeto Waterman Fountain Pens

.. perform its Important function of
". ot:fancy costumes wit supplying the body and brain with 4 Gillette Razors and Blades
I if t Fleet,the tailor. 8-18 Buy your groceries from Surrencj strength building blood. Digest
& Powers and get a chance at the
china. You what you eat, relieves Indigestion.; Kodaks Brownie Cameras
Heivenston & Hayman t beautiful hand painted ,
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Sold by City Pharmacy.
JMfbn your winter goods. 2! may be a lucky one. Huyler's Candies

several weeks most
After spending -
jjpJL: : Mason, of the NewborrTO On account of the meeting in progress njoyably with his brother, J. M. *(
: Machine and Records
there Victor
h the city this morn- at the Methodist church C< Talking
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drown, In this county, and with numerous
: till be no prayermeeting tonight at --
&tIF friends In adjoining countiea.L '

'E't., >- the Presbyterian church. F. Brown left this morning for
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I I_ii4r ibc white;at the- restaurant City Restaurant In the Suwannee Bakery has opened lathe its North home In Florida South was Florida.In every His visito war | Suwannee Drug CompanyFlorida

C. T. McDaniel store opposite
the court house. Fresh cakes and horoughly enjoyable. v t v

X. C., bread daily.-Suwannee Bakery.J. .
'L Pile, of,High Point, On account of the home coming ot '

."_ehy_ today registered'at the auto Carolinians, the: Seaboard Air
D. man taD. of Mnemount, U In
C., JDP will MU round trip
sllway
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Icktt to Columbia, 8. C., for ont State Institute
.:J; ober U. 17; limit V0cto ng of the Board of County Commisloners
round
are plus U rents tor tb trip.
: ot which h. Is a nxetutar.
I r". rirkfU will U oa ask October ISthind 66 ItlVKIftlliK .\\"):S\'iy, JACK80XVII.LK, FLMttulrd ) .\.

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', Beautiful plaid silks In all colon & oa ttte Knk of hf ht. Johns Illvrr.IVrfert .
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;ton Kdwards1vlndow. be had by consulting Mr. Dussey,
IQ display In Miss M. V.
Ity ticket agent 'adUtlt'tlo, iVrfrct Ixmtlon.Mrs. .
t'.t i erwear, and are selling it Don't tall to see them they .r--* ,.*. <.. ."'.....-- .
:t lave Just arrived and art beautiful.
-- 1 id \ Schumacher'* strictly private sanitarium f>'rIng bnlnMt"I''

arl of l,,U trrntmrnt for all forms of tbe-
llie4asi's handsome cottage Red Band Brand Don Bens I a niwlal quick and i\\ a

iist ra part of town is nearing just as fine as any bon bons to ybe d' drug habit and alcoholism' approm mntlrol attimilanrr and ,

had anywhere, and they are mach ed rwodT4A nurses Write or call for OotalUxl Information.

cheaper at Surrency & Power, Try as 1
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''' .1aQ U mounting the them \\ in .

8,7-i-MU ,the wood man U on he 1
". --- For backache and rheumatism visi the 2,horse wagon, load of 11 /{rot. Edwards should be furnished j: FLA. BOOK SUPPLY Coy
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DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. t.f 'ft th a "Calaboose," In which to con-j

XASHYILLE ULcmUville Cleanse and purify the blood. Jweek's ) \ I-roe boys who play "hookey. Oneboy has ;Just received a nice line of i
ask for Coca-Cola and r
fc treatment tor 2Sc. Sold bjCity you ark ran away from school and his i which
Comic Post Cards
given a bottle that does not bear the I theyare

twice
Pharmacy. sweet )'OlngaJr ttacher yesterday i
n I Nashvllte 1 r'ftmt1bea" 'mh"" trade mark crown and libel, )tiouailI I I It moral suasion and birch selling at lOc per doten.
I via sell round-trip tickets ftttito t Qffi | r be?ne" find the goods like the dealer, I effect on such
or so much thereof as may bark don't lave any
lo points shown on d testes sary to pay complainants the sum *n Imposition upon the public Thelive i, other methods should be adopt
boys,
Proportionately low rn creed to be due them by Md dec Oak Bottling Works bottle only I ed. They are a menace to other BARDIN & [OWARDS'I '
:_ttr pc4sts; together with the cost and attorn tie genuine Coca-Cola and the bot-I I I '

-" and vet rn. tee decreed named therein"Henry to-wtU," aWe ues containing it are always property !I pupils. __ __ _..._ \ 1tt1Snlya nl1tm.
i Dexter fett yesterday"aTw* : black mule trowel and labeled.fc. I Ii r hnltmtted American ('a1'itato 1 1p 1 1'hone 1M.

.hiilfhta, where lie goes orv ---- __. I Ii footstool of trusts and monon- t\''I .

" regret to learn orb illness atApin i ,, I. Cubans dislike and fear t $400Th
t>t Herman tUrre-ll the, U tanter, of the Luraville see- 1rlcsTaaW-

ibs, tb 'oies, nt West ti'YrWtor popular gent: ot lie Atlantic Coast ;;tion one of the most prosperous and toi ductlng A\ Wbctson lioarittnp;
colored people are
-z\ \6 Ua'k ,'E'S'- Ur :*t that p>KCjope' >\& will !successful formers In Suwannee county !I The at Xebo six Wiles Notth'\o Artie'e !
be Vle to >>e ip *n few tlays. I teas In the ('Ihls morning andmade R CRYnp-nieetlnR and Voows Ytot *nd t Wtlxh
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