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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 2, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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
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VOL. II. No.-181. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2, 10O7. TEN CENTS A. SVE



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Resolution raftscd Expected to HelpStte l II Will Proceed With / rip Down the "

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1 S St. Louis, ,lo., Oct. 1-Action that O I! Keokuk. Iowa, bet 1.-Keokuk

may have -reaching effect In anti- put on gala attire t&receive the president -
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1 trust and co poration litigation, and W RRAIrAEOrliU600Yt! = t I I of the United tates, when he
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which may bar fruit in almost every i arrived here at 9 o'clock today The
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state, was tak n by the convention of city was assisted in Itp reception of

attorneys gen ral In its final session : the chief magistrate bV a notable

, here today. committee was appointed : gathering of distinguished men. In,
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} to di ift a scheme of 1 i eluding the govern/Jfa/of more than

r trust legislation to be sent to anti-I 14 dozen Elates members of both 4

torneys general and as a climax i > houses of congress and the inland
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attorneys g<&era I adopt a resolution waterways commissii n.

.. which is expected to aid in removing I ,If" The occasion of/ the president's

a thorn I /the flesh of the state officers coming was the /vement for a deep
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the interference by federal .,,.A"I-MR.hEyrpop." waterway down me Mississippi riverto

circuit co its with the operation of I' the .gulf, and/this city was selected
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state law ''fit' ...IIz as the point of embarkation for Y

Permaneffected nt organization was also 3oaa his voyage dow the river to Memphis -
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u der the name of the National I I where he\\arrlves Friday He; .

Ass elation of Attorneys General '" L ::,: NE1v! POUNDSl1 I IiJLL made a noteworthy speech to thou

of th United States, and a united II sands of auditors.\ The reception to

front 111 be presented in legal the president was Vordial in the ex

actions brought by different states treme. He was ln| excellent spirits.

against the same corporation or trust He embarked on tile steamer Mississippi -
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ui ptist Church. 9:45 a. m. to orrow. He was accompanied -

x The Democrat has just receivedthe by uov. Franz of Oklahoma a

following invitation and printed AItLaV and Zeth[ ullock of the Black

program for next Sunday's servicesat Hills. i s

the Baptist chutch: After he had Concluded his speech,

of the -/ '4. he was presenter with a goldheadedcane
"The pastor aral members

f Baptist church reiuest the honor of by the negroes of Keokuk. The

your presence at/the Third Anniver- Webster in Chicago Record-Herald. president's cane/ as made by a negro
___ .. ___._ plasterer who assured the presidentthat I
Service
< sary of Kbe present pastor
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S Ret. C. A. Rtdle which will be held I negro R
KSCAMIHA tints \\ ET.lly FLAGLEK'fe ROAD GETS HIM. has confidence
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every his administration -
9 on Sunday mot ing, October sixth, NEW[ ORLEANS STRIKEi 1-
nineteen hundre and seven." I and Infa determination to S

,, Enclosed with ihis invitation was Wry large .Majorit)-Franklin I II I DistinguishedExConvict Goes to treat the black race with fairness.

a card containing t\e program of the Wet by Only Twenty-one Eiist C\./t Ro.id as Consult- The incident sapmed to touch the

services. Prot L. Edwards Is U Majority. 1,100 l'HE1Ci1IXIH.ms M.IIi-I i Engineer.Savannah president He rasped the speaker'shand .

act as master of cer onles, and Col.C IX(. MUTT HSiE'm.: : I and held If. tightly while he I
Carter Pensacola, Oct. 1.-The special Ga r ept. 30.--OberlinXi made reply, saying: that he accepted
and
A. lIardt"e, Col. J. O S

C. D. Frink are to*ake addresses election held in this county today to I Carter, former y captain in the the present wit real pleasure and

In connection with speeches a decide whether or not saloons shall be engineer< corp* of ihe United States adding that in dialing with the black

splendid musical program has been licensed resulted in an overwhelming i GUARDS EXPECTED TO ARRIVE[ army ia charge/of the rivers and man as in dea ng with the white
, ; con-iratulate t/e he followed whit he believed to be
..t arranged. We our Bap- defeat for tVe prohibitionists. At : arbor work of Savannah district,
I." I the principle that of
.' thJr only sane treat-
In-
tist friends on unique and
9 o'clock tonight\ with only thr*>ecounty aad wto was t ntenced to a term of
; r arranged servtce. That ing every man according to his merit i
,. trtr t. terestlngly : IH'iiiand .ti Increase of FixeNew five years in p icon at Leaven worth, Ya ,
It precincts hear from, the Strikers as an individual, regardless of race.W1ATH .
it wilt be largely ttended and be a I ; Kans.. after cIcHoR by a court-
real wets have a majo 'Iy of about 600 ('('uts hour
success we ve not slightest
v \ Ilr martial of with Greene
votes notwithstanding thl fact that centering KY U\'})WIR.:.
il doubt ,
or and Gaynor toefraud the United
4 one city precVnct* nd si (een bounty
-- / States government out of nearly
U STIUIiIXG TF It.\I'IIEHS precincts wer carried btt:* prohlbitionistsV Orleans, (Set 1.-The levee Lakeland Lady Gripped Pipe Touch
!, $2. lug Live Wire and Is Killed.
Thelanti-prodihfuonists, In
strike became serf QS tonight when
I in tbs' district, now has a position -
"''- '; lirparing Brfef to Prt .nt to 1-resiI NWashtngtao three of\he arge /cU? precincts 1.100 freight hand rs of tM HHnoii of Importa/ce with the Florida Lakeland, Sept. 30.-Between 6

; dint UOoi\'t.lt. secured a majority / nearly seven and 7 p in. yesterday, Mrs. S. E.
1t railway
Central railroad! an o..ftced they will I East Coast as consulting
Sept. 30.-S. J. Small, hundred, which ga/ them such a big Blount, manager of the Glenada
handle no freight for the steamship eaglaer. It isfeaid he is drawing a
national president <+f the CommercialTelegraphers' lead that the smau.. majority obtained \ hotel at this place. was killed instantly -
'F large salary, an will have an active
UnVn by the prohibitionists in the country lines now using t e crews of vessels
left for Chicago b> gripping an iron pipe
;part in the extension of tbe line from
today on accoun]of the serious ill precincts could not overcome the I to load cotton Jhe railroad announced Miami to Key w est an enterprise whijth was in contact with a live

ness of his wifeJ He had a conference heavy vote in the city precincts. tbat 5 I upon of the engineering -
r with of the I Franklin County Wet.Apalachicola. believed to have been responsible for
Pres
t ent Gompers here tomorrow a: d that more are en- world are |zed with deepest in-
American Fed /ation of Labor Oct. 1.-Franklia I her death r.
regarding -:
route. The loc: I steamship agents terest. Carter Is at present in Chi-
the preparation of the brief county goes wet by 21 majority. i I I .\ few minute before the tragedy.
but be Las been
tbat ithiu eMty-fonr cage, on the line in
R which Preside t Roosevelt has consented Florida and witt there shortly a man from tlwleJectrtc light plant
boon they will b4gin loading cotton I return -
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'; to receiVe from the striking COMKRX GRKAT i'i.1NT.ITiNI to carry oa m a work. had been exam) ng the wires. He
ItVis the I'late vessels with Don-nBion labor.ttus i had left the tote and it duringhis f
telegraphers understood was
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defying the ,i.0 cotton handlers -
brief is not completedREAI1Y absence Ibal 1h, Bunt handledthe
and Gaynor imbroglio is that the ex-
Sold to Hooker Washington f< r -
idle in with the
-- now s4 apathy 1 iron pipe, affff wh'sh was doing
t: -tT-- [ : military ofiek- has served his term
TO I' 'IXSl'n\.;. 11t''ot" of Negro Colony. l lock-out screw m over a thousand I and is now Jengaged in work while this the current /bleb ad been I

Atlanta. Ga,/ ;ept. 30.-A special involved : the men w* were his partners are off while the tk But the Iii.. Turned l"p Down 'I Although DOD /of the thousand turned !
uree i to the Journal from Birmingham, j I still in jail.lt }Macon awaiting action on.
South .\lh't>. Comer has I mn in the cotta loading talons Mrs. BlpOHt waaia rtlpeeted i
Ala., says: "Gf>v. B B J lof the court before entering upon the 1 woman

t New York, Sera. 30.-Insurance sold his great antations in Barber'I'corked today, n< general strike was serving of their term. i of Lakeland and lfer death hasbeen
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'declared Only ree k'_"rs@I'e
companies which 'ere about to declare and Bullock counts, consisting of I the cause of much regret

Charles: Com*, formerly a New 18,000 acres to Internal Revenue in port waiting be' loaded with 'through this little city. Tomorrow
W"nian Club to Melt Saturday.
cotton and the Steamship crews did
Jersey assemblymzfti, dead and were Collector Thompson/of the Alabama afternoon funeral services will beheld

10-- .\ -, Preparing to pay t his wife the district for $1G:.OIO. who it Is the loading. : The Woman's Club will meet a: from the First Baptist church

L- -= amount of policies on his life have Understood, is act\ng tor Booker "-rdJh Handlers Stnke. I the residence of Mrs. Geo. P. Butler' The remain in the evening will De

iY" ... ,,=5 ;..discovered that h s I, blind and Washington. It is sVid to be Wash New Orlean/ Qot. I.-At the ,''on Duval street Saturday afternoon, hipped to Bartow, where the interment
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I Penniless In Salisb -y, N. C. He disappeared ington's intention lo establish coloaies Southern Pacifft railroad docks here at 3 o'clock. All members are re- will take place Wednesday

_: in 1889. J) I of negroes on, tlveland, nearly all today 400 freigm handlers went on a qtMtted" to be preeent as business of morning.
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Mrs. Comer lives in two small of which is under ;sw high state of strike. They demand a wage increase I importance will be transacted Mrs Blount la arrived by a son

Looms In Newark/N, J.. and though I cultivation the Improvementalone of 5; cents 'per hour 30 cent MRS. C E. HUMPHREYS, j i and a daughter An inquest is being
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l\ ; -.. 't1; fears old, ales is in good health. 'being valued at $50. 00." bt'.ng; the present:rate. Corresponding Secretary. I I held this afternoon.
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Ln'E OAR DAILY DRMOCf&T. W'JIDXESD.\Y. OCTOBER 2. 190':'. .-
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...' Xapoleon I. InVhexorner'with that,i fllllMimmimmirKfrLIVE tttttIIIIIIIIJII
bowed at the battle of Austerlltz saw you +
he was the greatest Leader in the girl a litt /while ago.to +
%" world. Eallard's Snow Liniment has You may hat.'\
shown the public !t Is the best LJnif "What is that sheNjwta on her f ;

-;- f!.went In the world. A quick cure for face'j" / \
-n'heumatJsm. SpraIns Burns Cuts, "I don't know."
,?etc. A C. Pitts. Rodessa. La., says: "What does it taste like*"-Yonk- t
"I use Ballard's Snow Liniment In myfamily ers Statesman. OAK
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ff and find it unexcelled for sore J.
4 chest headache, corns In fact for Henry E. Jones, of Tampa, Fla.,
:,anything that can be reached by a I writes "I can thank God for my present +
health, due to Foley's Kidney
4 liniment. Sold by Suwannee Drug
r Co. oct-dw I Cure. I tried doctors and all kinds i
i of kidney cure, but nothing done me
.: Two specimens of the gt nus hobo I much good till I took Foley's Kidney
J h who were incarceratedjtn., 'the city I Cure. Four bottles cured me, and 1 i
Jail last night:\ oke,lose this mornIng I I have no more pain in my back and ? US1JFI
taking with the t. as they wt>nt'l shoulders. I am 62 years old and
nearly the whole jMde of the suffered long, but thanks to Foley's :
lag together wIjH Judge Jernigan's I Kidney Cure 1 am well and can j
: office coat and$ntire law library, walk and enjoy mjself It Is a 1 i i
consisting of .a }lcClella d's digest, pleasure to recommend it to those
and a cob pipe, which was in the needing a kidney medicine. City
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t' room adjoining the local aSt1le.-EX'1 Plarmacj oct-dw ii
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A 3Iot Worthy Article. "Its Con\erdt Ion."Money COMPANYf
i When an article has been on the talks ,/ : :

K,market for years and gains friends "Except on ,tke witness stand riil
+ evedy year it Is safe to call this medicine ttere it says ;'I dO Et, remember. "-- ; :
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a worthy one. Such is Bal- Houston Post
:. lard's Horehound Syrup. It posit il
tirely cures coughs and all Pulmonary A Card. "
*1 t ; ;} diseases. One of the best known This is to certify that all druggists ="," i ,oc ":J,,,, ", ""'co, """ ",. '" ''"",:,,,,,,, ill""""" '''' '',:.: .: : ";:'''Ii I :

;' r merchants in Mobile Ala. says: are authorized refund jour moneyIf
i ; ,: "For five years my family has not Foley's Honey and Tar fails to Book News and Commercial .
been troubled with the winter coughs cure jour cough or cold. It stops ,
We Owe this to Ballard's horehound the COUgh, heals the lungs and prevents f
i i 4 Syrup. I know It has sated my children serious results from 'a cold. II
{ from many sick spells." Slid by Cures la grippe cough and prevents, I PRINTERS ;
f Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw pneumonia and 0
tains no opiates: The genuine is in I: tt
A predatory sow. which took upi a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. :I:
her quarter under our/sanctum the City Pharmacy. oct-dw
other day, gare birth jfnere to a large +
a litter of pigs\>ne f which expired. PalmettoHat Paragraphs.This i Tf
Our staff, hay! /a nose for "some- county maWo "dry" all right, t
thing besides nywXwere soon apprised but we never wlll/\> long as the :;:
of the face and by-removing the walking to Jj>cLontlie is as good IS
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\TO job is too large and too small for ;
none
floor, remove the scent from the it is now i

> trail.--Ex. Hani Times In Kansas. us to handle, and everything in the

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Lest We! The old days of grasshoppers anti Printing Line
comes easily within limit.QUR
forget-Baby is restless, can't slep at drouth our. .
are almost! : forgotten in theprosperous
itl night, won't eat, cries spasmodically.A Kansas of today: a'- I
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge t
though a citisen! of Codell. Earl
I" never falls to cure. Every mother Shamburg has not stock of Bond Linen and
-' should give her baby White's Cream hard time he encountered yet forgotten lie says a; 1+* Rag Papers I !

Vermifuge. So many times when "'I was worn out and discouraged by i i is one of the largest carried in Florida i iI
the baby Is pale and fretful, the coughing night and day. and could t
b mother' does not know what to do find no relief till I tried Dr. King's and with a well equipped modern Printing
; A bottle of this medicine would bring New i f
Discovery. It took Jess than one
color to his cheeks and laughter to bottle I Plant and i
artistic
to completely cure me. The I new type, printers we
his eyes. Give it a trial Sold by safest and reliable ,
most tough and
Sawannee Drug Co. oct-dw cold cure and lung and throat healer can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as i I
i ever discotered Guaranteed by :t:
+ If you take DeWitt's Kidney and Barclay & Groover drug store. SOc i ::t!: and prompt as any establishment in the ..
Bladder Pills will
you get prompt
and $1.00. Trial bottle free o't-< :t
t. relief from backache weak kidneys. lw.I':: I South. A trial will convince. Samples and I
I Inflammation of the bladder and '
<1 ollarx.
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urinary troubles. A week's treatment n\an/ Estimates Furnished
. ;I' for 25 cents. Sold by Live Oak He-I don'y(1ike( him-he Is an :, on Application.
Drug Co. oct-dw EngHshmanyftd Hrops his II's i I i ii
She tt th\odd3
t Bat's ->'ou're an i
In Old Kentucky. American/and drop y\iur dollars. I
-Did \!ol. Mln>6T ever buy that .oJ- 0 e t ti
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stock Foley's :
Kidney Cure will
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'j know and whe/Sw found out that medical aid. City Phar- *
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ORDINANCE NO. 63. twenty-five $25) dollars; dealers In II ject to be paid or remitted upon Each local agent Insurance company .. reHgtaB bok oeSr,ilB'Bot' '> :required "
t' .\ Ordinance Imposing Licenses and 3 furniture sold on installment under drafts, checks Or Orders tie where or associations, firm or Individual to,par Kecaoq-tec.- ; '"*.* ""'
Other Taxes, Providing for the contract for n-payment thereof, m ney Is advanced I dealers;
or loaned on d fug business In the City Traveling;: -rtTimif HriiM.'
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Payment Thereof, and Prescribing; five ($5) dollars; provided this shall stocks bonds bullion bills of exchange .: of Live Oak Florida Including corporations who shall bargain or BeH'aa:geefe,> A
Penalties for Doing Business Without not apply to persons taxed as merchants or promissory ..,t.
i note or receiv. or associations engaged in wares or merchandise for cartt _or:
", a License, or Other Failure tot ; dealers in gasoline or ed for discount or for sale shall be' the business of insuring against fire otherwise by sample or IB aoy otfc.r*' .
Comply With the Provisions Thereof. raphtha at wholesale five ($5) dollars regarded as a bank or bankers and indemnity accidents to persons act- manner, for present or; future,.
.., : dealers In automobiles ant i- subject as such b the provisions of I tag as surety upon bonds, guaranteeing -'I very to any person whatsoever 'by ?"'.
Be it ordained by tbe Mayor and motors or other horseless vehicles this ordinance. fidelity of employees and insuring I himself or agent or agents, following ;...
City Council of the City of Live Oak, twelve dollars and fifty cents Lenders of money either persons I employers against liability for accident I after to deliver and collect for same, ""'
Florida: (;1.50); dealers In illuminating or I firms, corporations, associations or I t- employees and life Insurance except a licensed dealer, shall be '
Section 1. That no person, firm or lubricating oils, at wholesale twelve their agents not taxed as bankers I companies shall pay to the City : deemed a peddler under this ordin
corporation shall engage In, manageor dollars and fifty cents ( $12.50), for I doing! the business of lending or advancing of Live Oak a license tax of two I I ance. This ordinance shall include
conduct any business, professionor each place of business; proprietor or money for which Interest inspection I dollars and fifty cents ( $%.501. peddlers of clocks stoves ranges and
occupation mentioned in this proprietors of each garage for keepIng fees or other remuenratlon I Each traveling agent or solicitor of sewing machine agents whether'sellIng 't.
', >rdinance within the City of Live automobiles, five ($a) dollars; Is charged in excess of ten pet cent any insurance company as described by sample, or on future delivery,
Oak. Florida, unless a City License dealers in junks, twenty-five ($%5) per annum, secured by mortgages,I In the preceding section doing business 'I or otherwise: provided that permanent
shall hare been first procured from dollars; dealers In oleomargarine or bill of sale, power of attorney or 2n tie City of Live Oak, shall or locally established agent shall i'

v the Tax Collector of the city, which butterine. wholesale handling original ther legal transfer of personal property .I pay a license tax r f twelve dollars and be exempt from the provisions of this ..-,,
i said license shall be Issued to each packages only ten ( $10) dollars as security for any such loans I fifty cents ($12.50). section.

person, firm or corporation on receiptof or advances; or any person firm, Each Insurance adjuster whether Traveling dealers going from place >
the amount hereinafter provided, Dealers in pistols bowie knives corporation or association doing the resident or non-resident who has not to place, selling gods wares or ;
i together with the City Clerk's fee of sling shots or brass knuckles Springfield business of securing such loans or II paid a Hcense! as agent or traveling merchandise of all descriptions shall x
twenty-Ore cents for every license rifles, repeating rifles or dirk ] advances for borrowers upon such' agent' who adjusts Insurance losses pay to the City of Live Oak a license
issued by him, and said license shall knives, twenty-five ($25) dollars; securities and charging such borrowers 'n! this city, stall pay a licence tax tax of twenty-five ($25) dollars and j
be signed by the Tax Collector and provided said pistols, Springfield or commission, inspection or other I of five $5) dollars. it shall be unlawful for such personor
l' Mayor, and shall have the seal of the other repeating rI3es: bowie knives fee for their services, shall pay a I Contractors for the erection of dealers ti sell or attempt to sell
R City of Live Oak thereon. Every dirk knives brass knuckles and slingshots rcense tax to the city of one hundred I bnM'ings' cr other wor'-, ten ( $10):>> under and by virtue of the license of
word importing the singular number shall not be s Id 'o minors.! ($100) dollars for each place of busi dollars. any other licensed tValer, storekeeper
only, may extend to and embrace the Every violation of this Section shall Job printing offees. ruining by or druggist.
plural number. and every word importing be punished by a fine of not exceeding ness.Every person, firm or corporation I par er two dollar and fi'tv cents Trading stamp firms persons or

. the plural number may be one hundred dollars, or by imprisonment regularly engaged in the business of' $2.50)( ; steam hJnd1ie"f> ( $3) corporations, known as trading stamp
applied and limited to the singular not, exceeding sixty days, lending money In said city, and not I II dollars: Chinese laundries five ( $;) companies shall pay to the City a
;: number and every word Importing T by both such fine and taxed as bankers shall pay a license dollars; livery teed or sale stables: license tax of five hundred ($500) -
f, the masculine gender only may be extended ment, at the discretion of ImVrl'i0I1.1'I tax of twenty-five ($25); dollars I II keeping for hire, feed or public! use, dollars. Merchants: using trading
and applied to females as Dealers in second-hand I I For each public carriage hack and not more than five horses aM mutes, stamps shall pay to the City a licensetax
I' well as males. Whenever the word for each place of business: twelve dollars -I dray charging for transportation not two Collars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; of one hundred and twenty-five
t'' "oath" is used in this Ordinance and fifty cents $12.50)) ; provided operated by keepers f livery stables more than five and legs tan ten ( $125) dollars for each place of
. may be held to mean affirmation, that merchants paying; a regu- i I i using single team two dollars and Forget and mules, tbre-* dollars and business where they use such stamps.
L and the word "swear" shall be held lar license shall not be required to I I fifty cents ( $2.50), and using double seventy-five cents ( $1.75 : more Any person, firm' or corporation
y to include affirm. pay this license; dealers In secondhand team, the sum of five ($5) dollars. tan ten and less toaD twenty horses furnishing lights either gas or elect- "'
F'.. &-c. 2. No license shall be issued boits and shoes, five ($3) dollars Every band or troup or aggregationor end mules six dollars and: twenty- rico, having a capital of $250,000 or
for more than one year, and all for each place of bu+ines-:: each other traveling or wandering or five cents ( $6. 5) ; more than twenty more, shall pay a license tax of
licenses shall expire on the first day dentist permanently located five nomadic people who shall camp, pitch aid less than twentv-flve heroes and seventy-five ($75) dollars; $100,000or
of October of each year, but fractional ($5) dollars; each traveling dentist their tents, stp and engage In business mules, ten ($10) dollar: more than more and less than $250.000,
license, except as hereinafter provided five ( $5) dollars; drovers E'mngt of telling fortunes trading twenty-five horses and mules twenty fifty ($50) dollars: less than $100- I
may be issued to expire on that auction or otherwise five ( $.">) dollars horses peddling, trading or other occupation ( $2 day at a proportionate rate. All ; dealers in el 'c'rical machineryor In the City of Live Oak lunch stands rr eating houses at I seven dollars and fifty cents
licenses may be transferred, with the appliances for pr fit. five ( $5): shall pay a licence tax to the city of railroad denots. seven dollars and I ($37.50) ; $25,000 to $50,000,
approval of the Mayor with the business dollars for each place of business; one hundred ($100) dollars. Any fifty cents ($7.50) I twenty-five ($25) dollars; $10,000to
for which they were taken out. each law\er.: five ( $5) dollars; green: I pers- n violating! the previsions of this Machine and repair shops for : $%5.000, ten ($10) dollars; less
when there is a bona fide: sale and growers and dealers !n fresh fruits I i paragraph shall, upon conviction be public! use, five ( $5) dollars. I than $10.000, five $5) dollars
transfer of the property issued and and nuts not merchant ore dollar fined not more than two hundred Lung testers striking machines, I Provided further, that any individual,
employed in the business as stock in and fifty cents ( $1.50) for each placeof ($200) dollars, or Imprisoned not weighing machines phonographs, i company, firm or corporation furnishing -
trade; but such transferred license business; hypnotist pr fessional: longer than three months, or both grapbophones, music boxes, chewing. gas or electricity to its customers
shall be held to be good only for the fifty ( $50) dollars; hawkers and fined and imprisoned, at the discretion gum stands, automatic penny-in-tbe-i and making a charge by meter and
length of time for which it was street vendors of medicine, drugs or of the Mayor. slot machine when operated: IT profit !i who shall make a minimum charge ,
.. originally taken out; provided that patent medicines, fifty ( $50) dollars Barber shops, running one chair, two dollars and fifty ceats ($2.50) I I without reference to the meter, shall
the original license shall be surrendered for each day they attempt to sell; two ( $2) dollars; for each additional each. pay a license tax of fifty (50) per
to and filed with the City Clerkat beet and meat markets and fish chair, fifty cents; billiard or pool Managers of merry-go-rounds, I I( cent more than above set out; pro-
the time application for transfer markets shall each pay a license of tables kept for profit seven dollars twelve dollars and fifty cents i vided, however the above provision
is made and such transfer after being twenty-five ( $25) dollars. and fifty cents ($7.50) for each ($12.50) ; planing mills and novelty I shall not apply to companies or individuals
E approved shall be of the same Merchants store-keepers and drug- table. works seven dollars and fifty cents I who furnish meters without
i I force and effect as the original gists for each one thousand dollars I' Boarding houses, lodging houses or $7.50) ; planing mill including dry I cost to places of business and resi
license. or fraction of one thousand: dollars hotels having accommodation for kiln not connected with saw mill, five dences.
Sec 3. All licenses shall be payable of stock of merchandise one dollar I three hundred or more lodgers or I ($5) dollars I Sec. 5. That all confirmed cripples
on or before the first day of and fifty cents ( $1.50) for each place I boarders shall pay a licence tax of Restaurants and public eatingsal physeally! incapable of manual
October of each year, and no license rf business: any merchant keeping: one hundred ($100) dollars: two ons, having accommodations for labor shall be allowed t opeddle with
shall be Issued for any fractional portion sewing machines In stock for sale in I f hundred to three hundred lodgers or I 1 seating: twenty-five or more persons, out paying a license, using their own
of a year, except that any license tbe same manner as other merchandise b' arders .seventy-five ( $15) dollars: twelve dollars and fifty cents capital only, not In excess of five'
not otherwise specified in this Ordinance shall not be taxed as sew- } one hundred to two hundred lodgersor (51250) ; less than twenty-five per hundred dollars; provided such cripples
'f may be issued after the firsts ing machine agent or dealer. boarders, fifty ($50) dollars; sons five $5) dollars. I shall be residents of Suwannee
day of April to expire October first Mental healers \or all persons I( seventy-five to one hundred lodgers Saw mills including planing millsor County, Florida; and provided further -
.
upon payment of one-half the amount claiming to heal by absent treatment !f or boarders, twenty-five ( $25) d 1 1- dry kilns, with dally output of such exemption shall be allowed
fixed as the price of such license for one hundred ($100) dollars; ; fifty to seventv-flve lodgers or ten thousand feet, or less, two dollars only upon the certificate of some reputable .
one year. : ed that nothing in this provld-I Oars twelve dollars and fifty and fifty cents $2.50)) ; more than I physician of the disability
Sec. 4. That the following he cinstrued as affecting the members ( $12.50); twenty-five to fifty ten th usand and less than twenty- herein named.
enumerated individual license taxes I rf any Chrlst'an! denominationwho lodgers or boarders seven dollars five thousand feet five ( $5) dollars; Sec. 6. That each railroad com
shall be paid to the City of Live Oak : pray for the recovery of the sick; and fiftey cents ( $7.50) ; fifteen to more than twenty-five thouand and pany whose tracks extend Into or
by the persons engaged in. managingor each oculist permanently located, twenty-five lodgers or boarders, five less than fifty thouand feet, ten through the corporate limits of Live
transacting the several occupations I five ($5) dollars; each oculist, traveling ( $5) dollars; ten to fifteen lodgers; < $1 0) dollars; more than fifty thousand Oak, shall pay a license tax of
businesses or professions seven dollars and fifty cents T boarders, two dollars and fifty feet fifteen ( $15) dollars. seventy-five ($75) dollars.
named. to-wit: ($7.50) ; provided be has no license cents ( $2.50) : accommodation for Shingle mills whether connected Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the
Schedule ".\." i as provided by State law; each lodgers shall be construed to mean with saw mills or not having daily City Tax Collector, before issuing a
( Auctioneers five dollars ($5); optician, permanentl located, two the number of beds habitually kept capacity of twenty-five thousand license, based on a property valua-
each individual conducting the business dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; each I I for such lodgers and not the numberof shingles T- more, twelve dollars and tion or capital stock capacity of production
+ of abstracting titles seven dollars optician, traveling, seven dollars and r oms contained In the house. fifty cents ( $12.50); less than cr other contingency to
: and fifty' cents ($7.50) : agents I I fifty cents ($7.50) ; each osteopath Boiler and machine shops ani twenty-five thousand shingles per require tbe party applying for said
..b t. or agencies for the purpose of soliciting ''fi"e$5) dollars; pawnbrokers for I foundries connected seven dollars day. two dollars and fifty cents license to file under oath, duly
' orders for or making sales exchanges each place of business, fifty ( $50) and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; bottling ( $2.50). authenticated, a statement of the
J" t' I or deliveries of, or perform dollars; peddlers and hawkers cf works and sodawater factories, ten Owners or managers of shooting value of the property or amount of
ing any other service relating to or merchandise not otherwise enumerated -I ( $10) dollars: brick yards or fac- galleries, two dollars and fifty cents tbe capital stock or capacity of production
s connected with any of the persons, I specifically herein, fifty ( $:i0) I t"ries, five ($5) dollars; buildingand ( $2.50). which statement under oath
articles commodities or transactions dollars; peddlers of stoves and ranges loan associations foreign, two Shows or circuses exhibiting or shall be attached to the monthly report
\ named below to-wit: and clocks, or either or any of them, 'I hundred and fifty ( $250) dollars; giving a performance within tents, of licenses made by the Tax Col-
Agents for bicycles five ( $5) dollars sold from wagons, twenty-five ($25) building and loan associations, local whether covered or uncovered, with lector. A failure on the part of the
", ; agents for typewriters five dollars; each piano tuner. one dollar i I twelve dollars and fiftey cents i or without horses twenty-five ($25) Tax Collector to require and attach
.j. (15) dollars; agents for building and and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; each photographer ( $1230: : carriage and wagon factrries II dollars; dog or pony shows, charging I said oath as aforesaid, shall be cause
1 } loan associations, local, five ( $5): permanently located, two including repairing, one dollar twenty-five cents or less admission for suspension from office.
I dollars; agents for building and loan dollars and fifty rents ($2.50) ; each and fifty cents $1.50)) ; carriage i and using no other animal and giving I'' Sec. 8. Any person or persons, 1
associations foreign one hundred photographer. Itinerant, five ( $5) repositories, not connected with factories no other kind of performance: firm or corporation, or association,
(1100) dollars; agents for claims dollars; each person selling any pat- five ($5) dollars: cold !I five ( $5) dollars; charging more than that shall carry on or conduct any
1 and collections not taxed as bankers ent right or any right to sell patent age plants. not connected with stor.1/i h ent--five cents admission, fifteen I business, occupation or profession for
j k or lawyers, five ($5) dollars; agents rights, twelve dollars and fifty cents I. factories, for profit, five ($5) I ($15) dollars which a license is required by this E,
1 for clothiers: or dealers, not taxed as ( 12.50. Concert halls, pleasure parks, or I Skating rinks b'cycle! rinks or I ordinance, without first obtaining
J f merchants five ( $5) dollars; agents Every street doctor or dentist, or roof gardens, dance halls, where i bowling alleys, five ( $5) dollars: such license, shall, except in such
)I for monuments and tomb-st rues, any itinerant vendor of any drug; I variety performances, musical or street sh"ws, performances or cases as are otherwise provided by
-I local two dollars and fifty cents ointment or appliance of any kind Intended otherwise are given, or where: females carnivals, for each tent or other I ordinance upon conviction by the !
($2.50)) ; agents for monuments and for the treatment ef any disease -: are employed as waiters, I structure and for each day. two dollars Major, be punished by a, fine of not '
\ f' tomb-stones, traveling, seven dollars or Injury or deformity, by any twenty-five ( $25) dollars. i I and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; all small more than five hundred dollars, or

and fifty' cents ( $7.50) ; each agent drug, nostrum or manipulation or !. Electric p"wer plants companies, shows other than circuses, theatricalor imprisonment not more than ninety
: firms or corporations with capital vaudeville under days .or by both such fine and imprisonment -
license given
other expedient! shall pay a ; a tent, two
or member of agencies for real estate,
: tax of twenty-five ( $25) dollars. stock of two hundred thousand dollar dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50). in the discretion of the
r including renting and rent collecting, !
j Undertakers, not embalmers, or m"re, one hundred dollars. Soda water or mineral water f"un- Mayor. The payment of all licensetax
five for
safes
I ($5) dollars; agents for ,
and twelve dollars and fifty cents Less than $200,000 and more than tains, not connected with other business may be enforced by the seizure
') ale or exchange twehe dollars ( $12.50); undertakers and embalmers $100.000. $50; less than $100000 five ( $5) dollars. and sale of the property by the Col
fifty cents ($12.50) ; agents for sewing thirty-seven dollars and fifty and more than $50.000. $25; less than !. Telephone system, with 100 Instruments lector. It shall be the duty of the
t machines, five ( $5) dollars; Tax Collector to to the Mayorall
steamboats cents ( $37.50) ; watch makers and $30.000 and more than $25,000, or more owned by any per- report
agents for steamships or i.
twelve dollars and fifty cents repairers of Jewelry, two dollars and $12.50: lE'ftl>an 23.000 and more son, firm, corporation or companyand violations of the provisions of this
A fifty cents ( $2.50). than $10.000. $7.50: teas than $10.- orerated In said city for profit ordinance. The City Council shall
$12.50) vessels
for sailing
; agents The owners managers or agents of 000. $3,73: : provided that electric shall pay to the city a license: tax of furnish to the Tax Collector all 1
t "- five ( $5) dollars analytical chemists,
; each of the following enumerated las'it light plant furnishing both power six and one-quarter cents (6 t.c) for blanks necessary to enable him toparry )
ti five $5) dollars; persons, firms or out the provisions of this ordin
: f utions. establishments, appliances and lights shall be required to pay each instrument or 'phone installed,
corporations amusement
operating only one license. provided such license shall nit exceed ance.
It and for the transaction of I
apparatus
.1 parks, with merry-go-rounds, roller I Sec. 9. That all ordinances and
business or the entertainment or accommodation Express companies doing business in total amount the sum of one hundred -
coasters and other amusement places of the public for profit, i and devices found therein,
usually license tax set office in the City of Live Oak. shall Theater buildings fitted with seen- provisions of this ordinance be and
shall the city opposite
twenty-five $25) dollars Architects, pay designations or I !)aa license tax of twen'y-flve ery and kept for theatrical and other t' a same are hereby repealed.
their respective
five ( $5) dollars; brokers dealing In ( $23) dollars. Any >exhibitions dollars I oec. 10. That this ordinance
in Schedule "B" below I express company E twenty-five ( $25) -
bonds and stock twelve dollars and definitions violating the provisions of this ; theatrical shows or traveling ball) become effective on and after !

fifty cents ( $12.50); brokers deal- to-wit: than steam not ordinance and any person who knowingly nla>ers and minstrels other than I the first day of October, A. D. 1907.
Ing In futures, fifty ( $50) dollars: Bakers," other Passed at regular meeting of tbe
merchants, one acts as agent!: for such company fh-se taxed as circuses, for each perrormance. -
brokers dealing In insurance five otherwise taxed as City Council, this 10th day of Sep
bakers before it has paid the above licensetax seven dollars and fifty
$1.50) -
$5) dollars: brokers dealing in land dollar and fifty cents otherwise( taxed; as shall upon conviction therefor I rents ( $7.50) ; provided. thitj! tember. A. L>. 1907.
and land options five ( $5) dollars; steam, not of said Citbe CHAS. II. DROWN
dollars bootblacks before the Mayor : managers of theaters or balls employing j i
broker dealing In merchandise, five merchants, five ( $5) ; I I President of City Council.
punished by a fine not more than one traveling troupes, theatrical,
1 ($5) dollars; chiropodists five ( $5) one dollar. firms or hundred dollars or by Imprisonmentfor I operatic or minstrel giving performances Attest: S. P. MAYS City Clerk.
dollars; civil engineers, five ( $5) d" l- Banks bankers persons business, a period of nt more than three in buildings fitted up for such I I. S. P. Maya City Clerk of the
: lars; each clairvoyant palmist or brokers doing a banking with months or by both such fine and ImprisOnml'nt purpose shall be allowed t.> give as' City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby -
fortune k'; ( $50) whether Incorporated or not. acap'ial I certifly that the foregoing Ordinance -
a I.'r. for pay fifty thou- at the discretion of the many performances in such building'':
dollars; commissioners of deeds of : stock of five hundred I No. 63 wa regularly pawed by i
hundred Mayor. Foundries not connected with or -bea'er as they wish on i avmeot !
other states two dollars and fifty sand dollars, or over one machine shops, five ( $5) dollars; of a license tax to the city of twenty-j the City Council on tbe 10th day of
j :' cents ( $2.50) ; commission merChants dollars. cold September. A. D. 1907. and the same
less ice factories, including storage. five ( $25) dollars per annum, and, i
4' five' ($5) dollars; dealers In USthan $500.000 and not plants connected therewith, and the provided that this section shall not Is hereby certified to the Mayor for I
cash registers or cash carriers, ten than $250,000, $75; less than $:50- right to sell at wholesale and retail apply to real amateur erformance (I, big approval.
; ($10) dollars; dealers in cigars or 000 and not less than $1 00.000.less than$25; with a capacity of ten tons per dayor Provided further that this section | Witness my hand and the
and not
tobacco who pay no other license less than $100,000 less, five ( $5) dollars; ten to shall not apply to any ball owned or j seal of the said City this
t t tax. two dollars and fifty cents $50,000, $12.50; less than$7.50.$50,000and twenty tons per day. seven dollars used by any charitable or fraternal ;: (Sal> lath day of September A. K
not less than $10,000 and fifty cents ($7.50); twenty to organization. D. 1987. S. P. MAYS.
dollars other
bank, or
{ Every incorporated thirty tons per day, twelve dollars Traveling picture or book agents I City Clerk. .
t t ,':In*dynamite. twenty-five $25) dol- bank, and every person of business firm or where com- and fifty cents ( $12.50) ; thirty to ding business In sa'.d! city shall pay Examined and approved by me this r

dealers in fresh meats, packed credits pany having are opened a place for the deposits or sixty tons per day, twenty-five ($25) a license tax of $5) dollars; profit I I, 12th day of September A. D. 1907.
efrigerarated at wholesale when vided that agents for the sale of J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor.
j ;.. .connected with an ice factory, collections of money or currency sub dollars. I I It

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3IK. FLAGLER TALKS. financial instipdtions of the west and Jo--f--f--- -- : ;.

4 LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT A \ew York special says that General wyuam J. Palmer the i

Henry M. Ftegler has Just announced famous mn '-nll1l1onalre. famed for \

PubJUfced Except every Sundaj.QMS. Afternoo. that work on the Key West extensionof his philanthropy/ is one of Its stock: t THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK [.

hIs road will be stopped on January holders. Mr Hemming's brilliantly' ,
II:
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.Z 1st next and will not be resumed successful c veer in Colorado is a I 'k r

t j W. IRVIN. Editor and I'cr. I until conditions in the money market source of pnde to his old friends in I ;II I N e. 6055: :>> -

become more favorable. Mr. Flagler Florida and pecially to his Confederate ;

Cntered at the PoitoCce. Lire Oak, I doesn't talk often for publication, and comrade I

., I ter.Florida.November, as Second 7, 1905.Class Mail Mat when he does talk he doesn't deal in Sam Russ whey*, has long been one ,: T Capital and Stockholders Liability $109,0." ji

I platitudes or generalities, but goes to 'II:
of the bright JIg: /s in our State jour It3
f

k i t THE LifE OAK PUBUSHIIG COJPANY; ferred the point.to quotes The Xew him York al'\a1'ng special: re-I' editorial nalism, and staff wag wf for the years Times-Union on toe:; 1 f i Surplus and Profits : : : $39,686.99

that conditions will become 1
riy "I fear I will have the wa sympathy of his : I
DAILY DEMOCRAT will be fff
THE before they begin to get
worse
4 mailed to any part of the Unite the brethren of the press In his deep : 1. This Bank was opened for business Saturday the
he said. "I seen
better
.'T States pastage prepaid, for $5.00per ,! hr5 affliction resulting from the trade : 15th of February 1902, with a paid'up capital of
: stringency coming for a long t
present i
year; $2.50 for six months; death of his brother ear St. Luc'elast I

11.25 for three months, or 50 cent :! time. It was foreshadowed*?> by the week. The TI 3-l"nlon speaksof I j i Thirty Thousand Dollars T j jI jk 1.
in advance. Delivered railroads andI \
s;; for five weeks I popular feeling agaiop it follows I
I as :
; to any part of the city, by ,I I corporations, as reflected in the state I and January 1st, 1905 its capital was increased to ; .
week. "S. B. Russ, (yfe of the best-known
carrier, for 10 cents per
J and national legislatures. Accordingly. Journalists in Florida, has met with I !l Fifty Thousand DollarsL L '!
-- I have taken precautions against
an affliction! tlat will call forth the
Putnam count} went "dry" by a It. road have been
Expenses on my
$ sympathy of \he press throughout :3 fand constantly adhering to legitimate commercial -

good majorltyiinl} the" election Monday -I reduced, and they new constructionwork the State. His tx ly brother F. E. I I banking, loaning money in liberal amounts to reputable .

' and the\ salooa, -people there will I on the Key test extension has Russ. of St. Lucie \as found drowned : f ii dividuals and well rated firms, it has added to its list si

;: have to "mote on.'* been put into s'hap Atbat by January in Indian river. Bast Wednesda 11 of patrons all the time, until now, with the bank onlyI

I 1 we can drop it"\ st where it stands / I five year- old it has resources of
evening. He had evidently fallen
( A fellow In Wisconsin claims and take ir again until the
up not v
I out of his laune /In an attack: of : One-Third of a Million Dollars -
- of laid in Jacksonville, .
610 acres I money market S4n better shape."I
heart disease.! Ills supposed hi-
this State. taluetn at $10.000.009, know very little about conditions death occurred a/out midnight of the 5.I with well established connections throughout the coun-

b' : and says that hejis% going,lo bring f fault on other'railroads or In the Sunday previous! The affection between I i tlJ'

right aw iy fet it We've all Xew York mov market I have I Better than ever prepared to handle the accounts f

t 1 heard of tuck sufta before but did never been into ai t rffrnrlnstitutlon I the brothe nXs was very stron?. j' |I L of the public this bank continously solicits the business "

anybody ever] of them in New York amatter of'Business' The shock of the Is exceeding- i j of responsible and reputable people, promising all the j *
/ t.l/one: \ land y severe to the surviving ; courtesies that are usually extended by carefully conducted ? *
t ; winning out axe bluff I and really not 3\railroad man, brother'j'I ,
: / who !is inconsolable ever the J' banking houses. I '
schemes, worke to except for m little hobtr-do 'n in .r
r one so near and : to him. Only j | ,
catch "sue enl Jacksonville doesn't amTphTtft
Florida. I
of that.
[ those who have through *r. $-$-$_$-$-$-$ $, :
r .f
defT evj; __ : ---olo -- ,
, 1 seem at all agitated over the threatened "It has opened to settlement a ... :!I s s
perience exactly lIar can fully i _
1; y suit. stretch of three hundred miles of the ,
sympathize with a trief so deep v ; :
k ( VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORT
finest country in the whole world
.i i his, or appreciate t\le vacancy i r :
s r If Teddy don't get a bear this time I j Thousands {people who went down .
leaves In his life which hereafter A
In the Louisiana swamps, we shall be there as poorXs Lazarus have been I j DOWLING PARK"WAY ,
must be lonelier than ever. For Sam
1 tempted to consider him as bearing;i enabled to beconu? prosperous producing -
Russ married
never and is now the'sole ..1
a suspicions resemblance to a hum citizens hare had a great
\ surviving representative of his DOWN' IPO THE SUWNEE RIVER
." bug In his pret ions as a mighty deal of praise for what I have doce '

1.1 hunter of big game/ Mr. Roosevelt I I down there\.lt la a most pleasant Immediate family. i: mineral J| Springs. Hotel and Cottages

.J ,!, I t is really a big mat but no man that |I thing to haveV&iu how much finer' Human nature at bottom is pretty ,

...' : has lived la. this Vge of the world I would be the feeling : one de- much the same in all ages. Read MOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. QOOO TABLE. GOOD BEDS. RUNNlHQ
WATER I IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND
: 1 can be as big\s)1 Roosevelt's reputation serves the kind \Ding! are sal i HONE CONNECTIONS WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.ETC
I Is rigkTirDw, aqd the American I'about I him. \J tat United States Senate away back in RATES REASONABLE 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAK. ON JIVE! OAK PERRY

' pebple the 1838 by Daniel Webster, and see how ; JQULF. CONNECTION' AT LIVE OAK WITH All HUM
I reep yw>r man on a :I Cne of the t'C ]! that has
J ,; 1 train allVhe fimeAmng live I I raanelous is the resemblance between :
to

i up :! been put into effect on [ road is the
i PARK HOTEL DOWLING PARK. FLORIDfl
A to itWe exaggecfttc him from every. cutting off of a night train on one conditions now and then a3' ADDRESS 1 LIVE OAK y

1. point of view aoA him I I described by Mr. Webster : -
maze such a( section where there were only two : j i ,
lilt I M IIHIM 1HHH i III 111111111 11 i 111111 ""
:!.1 world-beater t /both big and little j:trains, one by day and the other a: "There are persons who constant- If.ly Mj

P r things that four years more in the i I night. A peculiar result of this was clamor. They complain of oppression ; i 1 -

White House would 1! speculation !
Inevitably bring to more than double the business and the pernicious + ABrandNewStockofDnigsl

t' his collapse. done by the day train, so that not influence! of accumulated wealth. They i| :t:

'I. only were expenses reduced but cry out Ioudly\gainst all banks and I *

s The fields are white with cotton uj revenues were actually Increased." corporations andvall means by which I :* tj

In Georgia and the farmers are la small capitals become united }in orderto I: IN THE
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z despair because of the shortage of A vast deal olf sensational nonsense produce Impotta; \t and beneflcl.-l : l

i labor to pick it The/ go to the I: has been tirlnted in this country results. The carry Vn mad hostility T '
NewByrd Building
towns and offer the negroes fancy !I about a'ar with Japan and that against all established Institutions t ,

prices, double paJv to go back to the i the Japs would (\ce it on us. But \ They would chokett? fountain of Industry I J ,

fields with them \t to no effect I: when Secretary Ta k ,spoke in Toklo and dry al\ the streams.' In a'' ON HOWARD STREET. Phone 220.

.f Doubtless like cond Ions prevail all : the other night and Sectored that war county\of unbot1ndel liberty, they +t I J

} over the cotton belt,mnd haveexcellent between the two clamor against oppreJon.Jln
yet we I l c untries would l/!! a country !

I vacant l w s ,designed *o I "a crime against r odern cldllzat:0I1: of perfe t-.e< ua-dtrJthey would ': A new firm. The most carefully selected /
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3 i meet Just sucJrSt- of, affair and as wicked a4 it would be Insane move heaven and/.*arth against ),: stock. Phone orders promptly filled. i

'!. There ts plenty Vf 'he Squtto h :i ." his audiencwas wild with! privilege and monopoly In a country "" 4

pick lie cotton it is loafIng enthusiastic[ where property Is more evenly
approv.a of the tenti- I
Prescriptions :*: Carefully :=: Compounded J
around the* i' the menL divided than anywhere ,
% town I i Captain me mond Pearson else they rend |$

playing' poor> rooti tb.1 Hobson should get oit an injunctionto the air shouting agrarian doctrines 1; j
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i white man's kitchen through the intermediation .1 he wants to pull off hii Japanese war labor are high beyond parallel they i it:+: Competent Druggists. Fresh Drugs

of the negro cook An.]I1!i any time soon. / would teach the laborer that he I it I! :: We solicit your patronage. : : : : : : : z,
this evil will I' but !
grow worse from year an oppressed slave i + --- ------- --- ---
to year until the vagrant law cease)! The high success-achleved by many 1 +
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to be a dead letter and is pitilessly uthern( men wbo have moved west I Up in Sprlngfi/d. Mo, the oth r !|" une Crescent

: executed all over the So .th.l I t has been. a siioject of frequent remark night,. a gang of negro ruffians made'1:1)]) PharmacyOak
t Thou: nds of them
y out there a brutal assault to muf some! *
jroa .
:f The Tampa Northern''railroad will have gone to yje front In malt) line white boys. Several art 'ts were ,* Live
of activity by she t force of Individual Florida.
either pass through Live Oak or''! made and there was rious talk of I i
merit and tot&
Perry on its way to Thomasville. an 1 : splendid manhood Ijnehing A press -dispatch from + !

the town tb /wins will be the town Americanism of that vast repion I/ where stalwart there on the subject ..dys: ,tt.1111 1111 1111 i II H >-HMH 1 H i fc-H M III I I H 11111 > < i
seen at its best
I that showthe most Intelligent "The better class or negroes in !""- -- --
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l hustle to aft the road. Perry is being many of the finest types originated Springfield have all'elong and are 1 11 II H *> m 1 11 HI.. | I H | | | | | i ,M i i 11 I 1 11H IIII M*

i t arouse! to the situation and if : in the South and ome of the most still giving the loc lluthorltl'S: all i
notable
she can preve lLiveOak from getting among t mare veteranswho the aid possible[ hxjWdins; the town 1" The German
t wore the Bakery
E; the road she is going to do it. ra''e* are reminded I of an undesirabTc l Jement"And ; ,

while, what )stove2ak doing? I'an'I'I to say this by Ting Jest seen a I it is for the-"%ant of that better ++

i! Is the Board of Trade doing? National late bank statement of the El Paso class of negroes in so many other :t: A BRAN NEW INSTITUTION.

Issue of the Perry Ifrrald says on this Bank of Colorado Spring parts of the country that we hate :t:

subject: I I Colorado and wealth that beautiful seat of culture such strained relations between the i Bread Rolls, Pies and Cakes, 1

"So Lite Oak IJ going to make a lyin at the base of races today in tbl : ulb The IaN .
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I Pike's Peak, + '
and Mhlc3l
"pull" for the Tttnpa Northern and I sec is the show town next to Den abiding cegroVb4 ha Nreal rae and all the products of a first-clas bakery.

deflect it from P/rr7. which is on a J of Colorado. pride and Intelligent regaii} for hiss i Fresh
I The vice-president of Every Day. Courteous treatment
direct | this bank i iI
line fro rt Thomasville Ga own intetfsts. shoo d be
c. C. Hemming:, broth 1 prompt in i will be accorded all. Your solicited
to Dunnellon. F a.. points named to I fellow r of our LlvtOak eery Insta e of negro outrage to + patronage

be connected. "e put our citizen A D. Hemming. heartily co-opiate
people on with the authorities

notice now that t is time to get busy Confederate tax assessor of Suwa lee county, a and Join1 with the whites in t : RUBENSTEIN. Proprietor.ttLtILIflttlttt1tflhII.I.IIflhiFt4lI !

and stay busy ntlMhis 1 matter is veteran w 10, before go- bringing taXzuiltV, to Justice But -
Ing west, lived
settled We mnsY not resl.u our in Ja< kson\llle and such is rarelY NX If ,.
tjie case in this
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oars and be coat nt beautiful 1 part of the
k with tie Idea Confederate mcnam-en country, rod the negro [ --_ -_ _- -_ _-__ _- tv*
t that the Perry ro'te is the which is one criminaKjio maker hi -
only of its w vile his offense -! *< .
1 practical or logical one. Those Live conspicuous or laments. Mr. t feels danKerffrom W>1Wj'e.d'lE ,
detection! "
Hemming is now a r'althy \.\ HELL 1NOTMIVG K.XCE.I'T
Oak fellows and honored -
are nighty fine pullers or capture bynrwnbwrs
of his own' .t.
and If we don't &tch they will pull the citizen of Colorado Springs, and race, and is in fact frequently Health, and Accident Insurance. '

F the kinks out of oieir route and take I bank of whit he is vice-presi I ed by them Decent SbietJ-1 I 1d
dent, and his son/C. Annual Semi-Annual Quarterly or Monthly Prem
the road from a*. Let us get busy I t cashier. carrier deposits L. Hemming of is everything lose and nothing to I Pins & McEVYEN, General Agents, LWr OAK FLA. .J. hjtb
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with a "strai g ht? pull for gain by this policy and I
rr the road. they should tf
P.
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It is ne of the strong make haste I need a few more good Agents m Nr-. L r;,::i- :
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THEY COME AND THEY GO. BY TUB REPORTER \ \

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f'' E. C. lIadd $/of RUford. is. la Judge H. E. Ccfter has moved his An Invitation. t

town today.V. office from th for
The LJv-6ak Sale
the courthouse. y ladies of are cordially >I

Is In town IW Invited to the;fiox Ball alley .T
D. J. Mills, of Jtossburg,
R. rJenkin\on ol Thursday aaerpoo from 3 to 6 .
today on business.: tbej rosper- .
-I ous farmers of the-.G/pver! !; itlement" o'clock to learn the game. H B. We offer at a bargain

Cay Reed, of Pinemount, Is In town Is in town today try'Mr. M cAdo it six Solitaire Diamond Engagement ::
with
I Jno. F. Lamb of Thomasville room cottage
business.W. .
today on
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I Faircloth, one Lf the prosperous former roadma er of this division y modern conveniences, on Rings, Pins,

T Carroll Rock Cut, Is here J farmers'frorf near Platyf&ation, on the Atlantic OoU Line but now south Ohio avenue. Most Bracelets, Lockets, and

today on business. iI i is In town today. tr idru>? railroad contracyr, was in town for a I desirable residence section
I "" short while yesterday afternoon, Necklaces, Cut Glass and
I of the If
Mrs. L. Horterof Ellaville, Is In J. D. Pool of Rixford, was here greeting his friends. city. you are
i I Sterling Silver Wedding
town today, shopping. this morning for f octor. fopone of I contemplating purchasing

I II I his family wnd-J \"err1Id, : Engine 309, Q f the Atlantic\ Coast I a home in Live Oak come Presents, finest of quality '

TO MERCHANTS-Leave your Line jumped thetrae while switch-'
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'up to our office and let
I lowest
orders for green; beans okra and eggplants -I Uncle peter hurt, one of Suwan- ing in the yards hfre yesterday. Itwas prices.

with A. W. Pope at Democrat nee countyV.old S !st cltilens/fs; very on the Live/ a\, Perry & Gulfs i I: us show you this place.DWARDSREALTY .

:: track when d/raileV No damagei
office.C. ill at his hom 1n.LUfa.rn (

M. Fries, of Lee, was In the city i i w done. f '

yesterday on blisln ss. Leslie Burrlaand family moved into ILOSTDlack i E [ CO R ExpertWatch- .'

,
the house 'yesterday, recently I sided, brown back

Miss Clara O'ra of Peacock, 13 vacated by Dr/F;E. Thomason.Mrs. heifer, 4 years old and red sided, i iJ _

in town today.,trading. j J white back cow, marked under square I I Lewin Building, Room 3.

and crop and 2 splits. Any Information I
MJss Henry, of Palm

L. T. Brooklngsj(of Lancaster, Is in Beach, arrived)ftst night on a visitto of them please send to Henry Jones, I Phone No. 41.I Repairing.AH .

town today on business. Rev. Curtis Grubb's family R, F. D., Live Oak. Suitable reward. I I Standard Makes for Sale by

District No. 2. I I I

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C. C Curl is In .
- bfPinemountt H. B. Creech, Hhe- market man,, Editor Democrat: RADFORDThe

[ town today oqs buslness.I and family from Madison, moved into I We are having some fine weathernow I 'I

T- the Turbevill@. R. J. Mays or ..VlonUeelio is registered -

I at the Ethef today. Mrs. W. B. Davik I a very glad. I LIVE OAK. f LA
i W and Mrs. W. E. I Health seems to be fairly good, and r
I Quarterman of PerrY, were in towneserday Knows
the people seem to be enjoying life. I
The Band Box, Mrs. E. N. Lawler. r
i y and gueits of the Ethel. We understand thatIr.. J. C.
proprietor, will have its fall opening I I
c I. Dixon, wife and daughter, and 31r.I I II I
i tomorrow. Another place in this L. D. Harvard, of Jacksonville,
. returned B. A. McCook and two sisters attended i
paper will give more about it. home yesterday after a short I than anybody else I

n visit to his brother, L. S. Harvard. I church a in union Hamilton singing county at New last Hope fifth i iI BETTER what to do in illness. i iHC fl [W CO.Jn"t
Tisont 1 '
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W. A. fey rued to his homein .
x Sunday. They report having a fine I! often knows how to prevent
Wellborn thlAinornlng.f WANTED I II Li little
Board in privatefamily troubles from develop-
time. There will be an all-day sing ;
by elderly gentleman. Address I ing into serious affairs.
} ing at Rose Mary church the second ;
JJ E. J. Booth. Jacksonville
was a "J. B." care of Democrat office. 22tCharley I
E guest of the Etol yesterday. Sunday In October. Every body is | ILLS UC does not have to guess and i

Invited i to come, and bring well-filled ;i experiment-if he is a good
i. McClain I a prominent merchant doctor and knows his business.
C. E, PerV, of Tallahassee, was baskets: and let us have a good time i I received another large shipment -
of Alton
In
town for
was
a
registered at te(Ethel yesterday. trfisVfternoon \Ve expect tox organize a singing j |I IT'Q A LOTS beller to seethe S
t short while on busi- II J A doctor and bring of lied Wind Brand Candle
schol that
daJL Every body near |
r ess. j your prescriptions here. .
E. W. Bland}& wife, ot eacock, enough is reque ted to be there, who j Thiw bit math at 15 cents a pound

9 are In the city toa'shopping.. are interested in.A having their child j
: The Farmer* *Union gave a +
headquarters for
I IAlWJl'f's also.
ren trained in sin ing. I.
picnic today at/ acedonia, and a
TilE CITIZEXS BANK has two or Well, I\m no a member of the
large crowd fryn h\re are attending
three corner offices to rent over its It today Farmers' Union, ut I do dish them Suwannee

banking room. Apply to Arnold P. success in thcv: u derta jfgs. I have -

Mlckler, Cashier. ', been told run has b'n
tf a inade that
Col. Ira Carter eturned home )'e a-
1e $1. 0 per hundred po/nd r will bv I Drug Company
terday from envy, where he has I 1li
W. II. MobQyjr Pine Mount, is a paid ifor be/ickfd and thatis n Rflnif
a been> for a fey days on professionalbusiness. F[ & WCO O
visitor iLfi
business the city today. I a p COuotto 35 br fo years ago :
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produce evry kind sold :

C. E. Coody\of/Lee, Fla., was registered for more\harf it /oes'now, and they ,
Tom Bryant of Lura- .
at the Ethel this morning. andjfam1y only paid Jl.OO per hundred then. I Canada and :Mexico: will be here, bci -

vine passed th his ouah berf\sterda -, We will be glad when Mr. I. N. !i sides a number (of the missionary r, r,. COOK Manager

'. i E. M. ClarkW Gainesville, was a on his way\to newJmjm; in Hamilton Hardee recovers. When we meet i i! bishops. and Owner

3 business visitor t.,the city yesterday.W. county. him the other day: "Good morning, j i The city will b\pretty well taxed

Newton." "Oh, It's a boy." "How's: j i to accommodate til? large crowd, aa
D. Stlnson And Elder O. TV Mattox and wife came the state fair /horse
wife of Lan- the folks, Newton?" "Oh, it's justas an show people
cuter. in town in home last nYht cm>r the Seaboardrom I have combined
are today, shopping pretty; as it can be it's Just like w fill the hotels andmany I \
an extendVl/Tip through Wes: /
it's daddy!" Newton went to mill private r sldenc The Episcopalians SCHOOLBOOKSFull -

AL Lai e-pted a position tern Florida. MfC Mattox reports the Saturday; and came back home in the I are In the hands of the ftI

.I Collector with the J. B. Barton C o. heaviest rainUll 1 and highest water in evening. He had some other business[ home committed and many of then' I
that section/f the sYite recently that have houses
leased
to be held duringthe
to attend to, but he was so agitate dover ,
1 am back in town and would be has occurred in many years. convention. supply of .
i the boy he forgot to take hi3 new
glad to have my friends and customert The conventlorf will
beginat
rural proper
out of the wagon and carried it
call to see me at Geo. Davis1 A little note trom/Dr. Pasco written 11 o'clockydnesday morning at and second hand
on with him. That's the truth, so
[' Mttlralth hop. Anderson. 1 w from Xew\ York, Sept. 26, says I'll ring off. "MAGNOLIA." historic St. Paful's church, where a ,

t he had a quiet Vnd pleasant passage, branch posto ce has been established School Books and I

'\\: II. Warnock, of Inverness, was arriving them't p day before at 11 for the convenience of the delibate >-
a hlhit'Sa ItiniMOM>SvIUJ n.\" Stationery always on (
; vUltof' to the city yesterC. a. m. He says: h\ is in fine health] .'. The city rs..decorated in honorof tt
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and the .leather \old enough for J the visitors.Senlx hand
I Gnat lpiMi! <<>|'al Contention<< )11"1Tht"I'Pi.'rl'on
overcoats.

.1 P. Wllkins.Vlligh" Point Fla., 11oriran, IU..hol'
>aril (>|>eratnrH Get 1t.\1(,,(". WOLFE ON THE CORNER
*M registered, 'at\he Ethel yesterMix We are requested to announce that of Ijomlnn aii/ Other \otalde "
ay.t 1'rf Savannah Gx, Sept. 30.-As a ---
the \VomansForeign Missionary ent. -
result of a demand made by the
Society will meek afternoonat Vai JUST RECEIVED AT
Morrow Richmond, Sept. 30.The general
W. operators of the Seaboard Air Line,
MClarke, of Dowllngtffc four o'clock! Mat the MethodistChurch.
I conventionof the Episcopal there has been an]order issued granTIng THE BON TON
; M In the ,
city yesterday, shop- ttkmb
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All are urged to church will begints sessions here on
an increase ia for telegraph
t >111. I import pay New line Veil skirts.
be present a pt business is Wednesday, and already several hundreds
operators on thatJroad to from 15 to New line latest shaped corsets.

) ilta J. I to be attended to. of delegates aod visitors have 25 pr cent.011nre. 1Montgomery New line silk, lace, dress trimmings in
Klght o/'liouston.
spent reached the city. It fe estimated that
braid, lace vands, applique, dress
I > -1erterday here wlfb her sister Mrs, LOST-Tuesday there will be "
12 A. 8. Tort afternoon par more than 5.000 persons \ Togro uiUm.. I I goods.
'I containing one ten-dollar bill and one in attendance won the se* kHH I, Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets.

or two fives and a sample of red and which( will run thr<* weeks, although Ala Sept. 18.The MRS. C. W. BACHE

\: toL J, B. JOhnsQ / nd A. D. Hem I green silk. Purse had printed Inside, many of the delegates! will not remain Montgomery: cH council tonight unanimously Prop.

I went. to the picnic. today at I "Compliments Whitman Commission' that long. J1f>rpont :\tor an, refused to grant flee nees ,_ s

r -'t.' }:(1te4o""t. -, I Co., Waj; cross, Ga." Finder please I ala) delegate, armed today. He] to negroec to selk'whMcy in 3fontgo a- FOK SALE. t

0 return to J. W. Blume. brought one of amous Sherry? ery. There was no debate. Lken e I Good house and three lots of land,
w .. W. QnarteYpian. I I York were granted td 164 white saktookeepers. I
of Valdosta, I
-- along from New as his chef. and store hfHoward use ltn West End of
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:' cityXtis morning, guest Sheriff W.1.. Langston, of Tallahassee j The opening oft contention will str t. JWI gel or ex-
_" ef the 1
Ethel w.
t, came down this: morning to be preceded with Ae dedication of thong fof8 -'nt' tarm. Ap- ... )
riulaj Coincidence. ;;(:
get Henry Cason. a negro, who was Holy Trinity church tomorrow morn- Ply at Imo ce or address

_', Iris many friends wrfl be glad to brought here from Tallah see several > ing. The bishop f London will Scott-Curios\ about -these+ dry Box 533, ufo O-k.:: FIx. s27.4t

shit Chlrley1ackburn/ wh weeksVgoJtVkeep >'fni froitf being ;reach the city tom rrow shortly a counties, isn't itS I r

g belts very si ln New Tork fo lynchedSfle wa/ arras accessory :1 I ter noon on the "Bishop's Special" Lott-How so I rOl"XD-One bicycle. Owner call

ti Dot nonth/hasJ missed his rev to the mu der of the sheriff! : from Washington. Bishop Satterlee'of ) Scott-Why, then a county goes 'and describe same. J. C, Godden
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The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED

I.{ College in North*Florida. We secure POSITIONS for i Mr. W. A. Whitewtll. Emory, Ter.,
all graduates. *: writes: "Mj' child had chills end lever
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Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Streettl i SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY '

I. JI.\TTOX, G' s' STmMIENSPrincipal. t% + Suwannee Drug Company. a

} ; Presides and Proprietor. LIVE OA IFLA., IM ::
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t His Dear Old Mother. I Call no man ha.PDjr'until he is deal Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Manufacturers of '

it "My dear old mother, who Is now -but how mtjfte man who is only is a safe sure and rrompt remed for

r: eighty-three years old, thrives on dead broke? coughs and colds and is good for every
Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Light
i Electric Bitters," writes W. B. Brun- member of the family. Sold by Live ,

Bon,.of Dublin, Ga "She has taken DeWitt's Carbonized Witch Hazel Oak Drug Co. oct-dw
'i I them for about two years and enjoys Salve U good for little burns and big -.- i Power and Turpentine.Electric .
It would be Intrresting to know :
excellent appetite feels strong and burns, small scratches or bruises and
an whether It was fcntance or a visionof Lights in any part of the city furnished f(
sleeps well. That's the way\ Elec- big ones. Sold by Live Oak Dru; y.
the Companj oet dw* the fatted-jfcalf hat brought the Residence Business Houses at reasonable rat
tric Bitters affect the aged, and """ or a very
prodigal gojr home
a + same happy results follow in all cases DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Electric power-Day and night current-for manufactuipg ;
I of female weakness and general de-: Pills Sold by Live Oak Drug Company Notice to Our Customer
children too, are! purposes. '
bility. Weak puny oct-dw We are pleased to announce that
greatly strengthened by them. Guar Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have sp<
De\\
itt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
and
liver
anteed also for stomach relieve backache weak kidneys, and colds and lung troubles Is not affected cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
troubles Barclay & Groover
by
i kidney by the: National Pure Food and
x druggists. 50c. oct-dw' inflammation of the bladder. Sold law We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling &
Drug as It contains no opiates or
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by Live Oak Drug Co. oct- "v*
other harmful drugs, and we recommend flooring. Come and get our prices.tHM 1

I When a man, az/rock a cradle, his it as a safe remedy for child- --.r
Inet le Result.
married life ". \,never be entirely ren and adults. City 'Pharmacy fl-:-i-H 1 iiiiisi-M t I I.1. 1 1 1M I 111 II HI IIIIII H
Mrs. Bower your husband get I
i ir I rocky jf i oct-dw
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Mrs Sow -No- ot> broke.
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f! : ; "Out of sight, out of mind." is ant Now is the Time to Visit the fi f
; old saying which applies with special THE LIVE I OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO.

I tone to a sore, burn or wound\ that's i

: i S been treated with Bucklen's Arnica ; ; will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand .

1 i Salve.' It's out of sight, out of mind Jamestown Exposition I +; Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. : r
and out of existence. tiles too and
'1 ;i: OUR SPECIALY: \Yhite Sand Lime Brick. AskIfor prices. :
< chilblains disappear under its healing + '
t Influence. Guaranteed by Barclay &

.j'!f Groover druggists. %Sc. oct- w. ,0 Ii IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.i! I i The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. j j


i i,t ""' -Perfect How dloVou at ural.Banke feel., old man, The War Path, :=: Air Ship, :=: Naval Display, U 4<**>"F*+ M-I... ".f(< 11 H"H"H"I"M+I'MMl1 i >--*:** ..

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"i.,- when your wi got Dqme from the MII MtMIM IIMMMOI"
: north? / x will interest and instruct you. Do not I

; Tanke f el? Felt like a frostbitten fail
to at For
go once. beautifully illustrated .
r orange blossom I S EABOARD
folder
i containing maps, discrip-

I i A Criminal Attack tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to ,

On an inoffensive citizen is frequently +
Airline Railway.
made In that apparently useless -
k FRANK C. BOYLSTON
little tube called the "appendix. ,
r
It's generally the result of protracted j Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines, I
l I I y ,
constipation, following liver torpor.I District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. { 5 4 Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
Dr. '
King's New
Life
Pills regulatethe I

liver, prevent appendicitis, and I' ;: __ Philadelphia__ ____ _and. _New_ __York.___n __ __ .


establish store.!5c' at Barclay regular habits&. Groover of the oct-dw bowels.drug. !i I I i I ATLANTIC COAST LINE, |I ..i, + T\VO\ LEGflNT TRftiNS DfllLY \t t 1 1r


u
:
t. r Julius Caesar.was i THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE. I 1 Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail i .
a man of nerve but sickness left !
V --
I' Its mark and he became aged before i : iI I I I : I nil::: Ij: I I I 1 'tI ii I -- -

X his time. Sickness is ,often causedby i rye
Modern : Pullman : Equipment. -
a torpid liver. Herbine will regulate n

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Mrs.your Came liver Austin and give Hollon you Kansas health, Use the best Brick in the State.IT'S n n'n : st tltt.

Line
writes: "I consider Herbine the best ] The Jamestown Exposition eat,

medicine I ever heard of. I am never edt
MADE BY j t VA.
NORFOLK,
without H." Sold by Suwannee Drug If nt.'

Co. oct- w. Ii Excursion Tickets 'Jle Daily nit
on
.. The Callahan a.ifl.
Brick Co.
A Fine .Linguist.My Callahan Fla.
For full information call on any 'I
wife speAk five i and Sleeper reservations
languag s.
I of Seaboard, or write, S
't.t; "Mine onlyyft>eaK| one.-but. Lord, 'I* (
she's eloquentI ; I S. C. EOYLSTON. Jp. Asst. GenL Pass Agent, Jackso1' e
.t \V. H. Goodbread
Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l! Agt for Live Oak.

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F LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT. \TEDXG8DAT .' .. .
OCTOBJ31 2. 3110? _z .
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a, the Proof fs fn TJhe Comparison -W. F.THREE Mundee MILLION Thinks'II There n&Will He Live.Oak, Perry &fidltR tt j" :. r


That Many ,I

Between 2,500,000 and 3,009,000 The Mineral Springs Route .'
boxes is the estimate placed on' the cWUT

......
SSBSProve citrus fruit
of the
crop present year
.
; BOOXD BAST POV1ID .
by W. F. Mundee the' well-known '
e 2a1 Caw lUST CLA58 cl'iiEDULF rIE1l CLAD tad Clue'
Commercial Agent of the Seaboard, Frt Frt I EFFECEIVE

who returned this morning from a and j Pasa,I Psss and Pw PaN Pus Pa. Put atG. 18, 1907 Past Pau P Pas. Pare I ad ':"-""

visit to several of the IPw Vu. ,,
principal frutI :- .
317 11 9 5 1 13 2 12 14 6 16 4 E .
producing counties of South Florida. A.M\ .M A M A." P." P." P." AM AM P.M P.M P.hl PJNiP.M
yourself STATIONS __ -
.
I "Last "
year's said Mr.
crop
Dany ex Sun o n Sun D ei Sue (D ea Dex San Sun un Da 77 ex
)Mundee "amounted to about 4000. Sunday only only only Sun onl Sun l'un onl enll onh Sandal 1fIo
I LTe Lv Lve Lva Lvt Lre Lv. Ar Ar Ar A
Ar A7 Ar I
000 boxes, but the crop of the present ..
10 81011 1 2 5 00 .........Lm on .......... 2e. 1i 5U 900 mss 600
I.is 615 t ss;
i I year has been reatly diminished by 9 US,I13OI 8 11 210 61 starr_............ 06113o s 57 s e O833
Vouth 6 1022! 9 02 I1 35 222 522 ....... ..,.. 011125 563 537 55151114015061135
the recent l .
I long and other adverse 225 an ....... ....; 9 5P 11 Zr 650 84 355125 i
8 3a115s 151145 2 5
t cfrcumstanc Fine prices for 9471112 542 a 25 335j515900122f19251158

fruit are m w pr ailing however 600 6 .1,401106!

whose and and there is nV disg untie ent at the 9 9O5l2 IY 35 925I2 9361211 0 // It 54 b u .....Mayo Janct.on......' '
'. Particular people pride name and theVcKjl/OnLnge 201 940 41 a sot D ......... .... ). 2310 (i0 203 518 coo S 06 205
shortage of county 9 17 120 SIlo... .......... 9201017 5 25 255
pride in product goes into their stationery have j l has the banner nruit ro/of the 8401 964 425 6 6 O5 I -Town.end_......... 9131010 o510 32 5 505 01 248 210
year. I I 001 1014 43 628 ...........-Smitk. ... .. ,
........ _... .. 8 471014 143 2 23.
aVe t/atJthe 10 10 32 Fenhollowal .
preferred Coupon Bond [irrespective of price for "Indications vegetable 10 40 la 4 6 Ol 17 6 702 .... ..Perry........... .. 8 g 5 410 i 07.1
shipments made 10 56 11 6 7 1 !
crop bffwffich are Hampttm Sprines. 806 930 00 1 301
s
over fifteen years. from Decem r S|Mjjy. will be the
MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.
Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care- largest and best forf several years.

ful methods that make for firmness and perminance are Instead of hurting the vegetable ,P.MI P.M P.M P.M P.M
.. t
situation, the drouth [ h Lve
still used in making @(M) ((P@(N1 1 [[H((5))(ROOD" Its beau- it by forcing upon greatly vegetable Improved grow-- -i 112 !2,-IP.Mtl, ,:-6 45 ......M.TO Junction..... Z Ar 03 siX Ar 2 Ar 5& .

tiful color and texture its remarkable toughness and erac- 12 4741 i 565 ........Del\..........._ I 51 760 2 40
l ers the Importance of irrigation. 12 55 !I I 6 ..........P tenoll_......... 144 '7 4-1
2 32
ing qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de Many wells and irrigation plants arno' 1 O 6 021...... .. ...Mayo............ 135 '7 3: Z 20

luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. !,' being operated on farms ------1-! I 617!......... ...Alton............. 130: 1 :II: 215
upon A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.M A.M A.M '
_'P.M ___ P.M'P.M P.M P.M PJ
Write your letters so that they will compel a reading I I which they should have been placed ''D \ '
D ex exSun: Sun ,,3.D !n ex Sun Dex Sun Sun Sun Sun Den ex
-write them on years ago.-Tampa News. Sun inn I Oely Onb Only Sun Ooly gun On y Only Only Only Sun !)!un
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@.@ QJJ (fJ @ [NJ [ID 3 @ V V ill) [| No of home the comforts is so pleasant that money regardless will- I 3 s Regular I stop.I 5 Trains! 1 scheduled to connect with 2 12 Seaboard 14 6 Air 16 Line 4 and 8


buy, as when the entire family is in Atlantic Coast Line. For further information. as to schedules and connectionscall
to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing on any ticket agent.
perfect health. A bottle of OrinoLaxatl"e
of your house i costsno J. LEE ENSIGN, President. R. P. HOPKINS, Traffic .Manager.
'' .r' ( : )
more than \ W'l'XlP other Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents.It .

good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve .will cure every member of the

you as well- family of constipation, sick head- FLORIDA RAILWAY

I ache or stomach trouble. City Pharmacy -

various The COUPON weight-8nwhaaanda,4w.-BOND book showing ,; American 'Writing Paper Co. i oct-dw .

and bow firmly the paper print will t* Time Table No. 20
seetloowith the nameuf a loud print I Largest Manufacturers of the {'omerorltabooerwhcanaupplyoulf -

you will write us on your business let.turtwad. menial Paper in the World. | NOTICK--FOU- --PCBLICATIOX. Taking Effect SUNDAY; JUNE 30, at 12.01 A. M., 1907.

J 129 Mills. HOLYOKE, MASS. i Ht'I lrhut'ot of the Interior, Land SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE

Office at Gainesville, Fla., Sept.

2.J, 1007. READ DOWN. CENTRAL TUIL BEAD Dow

i + Notice is that Milton
hereby given
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T. J. LYLE No.'S Nu.L
No 2. No. 4
Frazier, of Ellaville Fla., has filed tdi.edFgt Mail Local

I Practical notice of his intention to make final Except Expand STAnOS BLS Freight
qty EsS..nda7. t
,r-ii.;: DIXON, : five-year proof In support of hU Daiq. Daily Ct'pt Sun
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER -
i I claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. f

35 ,, m'L"' ......_.... Live Oak-..... .._Ar
DENTIST. I f year's experience 29972, made May 26, 1900 for the i 00 a m 430 p .. 10 bo m 140 Ipa

F I Good stock of Watches always on hand. west half of northwest one-fourth, 7 20 a m 144 pm I .._..._._, -.Po)erc?, L10 30 am' Zf) III

.e OKTOPONTIA : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE i! < -1 Section 30, Township 1 south, Rang 740 a ID 4 5V p m,,L...-............__..__LaL! '....... .. .Lv.10 20 a 4 S8 pm,

WORK. : SPECIALTIES. J 12 east, and that said proof will be 7t0 a m 5 (18 pm L\.-.-.--....--- .-- Kirkland ,..,..LY./tO/ 10
a m 410p m
CLINTON & MUKS made before Clerk Circuit Court aLive o 20 a m 519 p m,I --.,....HBmutlt.ast --- ..,_.-.L..I N
I
.Ar.---== : W a m2b p m830a
BROOME
E.
tr M. I Oak, Fla.. on Nov. 6, 1907.

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Lr. W.-A .
He names the following witnesses m <

" I : to prove his continuous residence -j 850 a m r_..... __Luravii"U; __...._..._ ,
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. upon II 05 a m r...-....-...-..-.. ._..Lura 4a_- --.-. I .
Wholesale and Re- : and cultivation of, the land viz : 31) $
: .
; UVB OAK. ; FLORID- I 125 a m r.__ ===-w........ '- '.?.??
R. L. Milliner, of Ellatllle, Fla.; D.i i 10 00 a m 510 p ID'L\_..._.._....._.._. .WtlmarLh___M.Ar.
V3(t.etie.la all the courts of the State. Special 9 51 a IR 120 pm
1k ,tf.ItlMtKMl.."& .gin All to buaneaa Conveyances.promptly Collection attend. tail Dealers in Flori- I T. O'Hara, of Ellaville. Fla.; J. E. 1005 a.. b U pm I,Lr._._..._...._.SuMannee Re.U fti.e[_.......__.Lr. IN a 415 pm

s.... I Brazen of EilatHle, Fla.; Henry' 10 It a m s 30 p m'LT.___...__.... _.........No oud.._ __._..._..L..
Nor AIT""'SUCSTAT8 AT LABGB. Wright of Live Oak Fla.HEXHY 9 45 a ID t 00 P D
1025 40 m'Ar-!' .. ...:: .. ... .' .
a p ----'- ,: -- -- -!
da and WesternMEATS I S. CHUBB, 10 4U a -I. 'Lv..-......-..... ............-.M ---_............Ar. J1"a 2 4l p M

DR. J. W. WEST, I dw-5t llt2-lmo Register O I fI a ._.__.___...._. ____....._.. \.
I Ed fee paid. 1100 a ml Ly. .--..-..Acton.' ".......__._.._.Ar.

Physician and Surgeon. 1110 a mi ,Ar_....._..._.......May a. ...._.. .. ....?L542 \.
I 1115 miL.' ._....... _.__ ........... Ar.
Take and then a p u. 9 17 340
see: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue something now to mi I a pm
mIL.I ._.___._...San _._ .
Residency at Ethel HoteL :, help the stomach. Kodol will do this 1128 a m 519 p -- -- II 30 a 3 30 pmn

i It is combination of natural digest- Y5 53 ._..._. ........_.....Sal __. -.L".
lMne-OIacs No.168.aesidenw. i a a ml' p !t l12iiam! 1:16pm

I .Nut. 23 or 164. Phone 24. ants and vegetable acids and con-! 12 00 mI 610 p mLv.--I .-._....._Alild .-. _.Lv 906a p m

i Drug Stan(BtfcUV&! Groover No 16- +i i tams the same juices found ;n a bea'.-: 1210 a ml 617 P ".--_..-.._-_ ).tow...__.....Lr. 900 4 p mLv. w

F. E.THOIIASON Prompt deliveries;jthy I stomach. It is pleasant to take. I 12O a m 627 j, ___._-_._...-K -__Lr. 818. 230pm h

1 It digests what you eat. Sold by Live I Ii 123 Lr.._...-....__....... .. wa1.L.. I ,
& THOMASON. am 5 3Ii p a.: 8 4.i a ZO pm

gROWN i! Oak Drug Co. oct-dw 1250 am'. 43 p mLr._......-........... ............Drunark._-.....'__.L\. 818 a 1. t
in the I a.a
anywhere ': ORIGINAL I OIl m 50 p m'Ar.....--....-....-........Fom. .- _.u.__<" 8 8o s 140d !

PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, LATESrE'V, t ;

OAL City. Picture i Postcards ( ) TelegraghorTelephone Statton. UI Plat Statwn (rQagislsr.. fit) Recwlar 5t P. (aI I
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2 : : FLORIDA. :
Agency Station 1 .
----- --- -- --- I I P.LAtae.N SuperWendea/
I I W. s:HARkts General Fa.<.,,* -'gut..
Any View, Anywhere j
I WALL PAPER ,
Made to Order For
I i iE ii ii ii ir it

I When in need of nice wall pa- ORINOI Half A Cent Each ia
I
Copied from any photograph or print forwardtouswtth e We Sell Merchants Only
call o tH.I. PETTY, atMEEK'S th i order Name of party wderinwill I'!
I I be imprinted on each card a* publisher sit /
(tL'li0N1 address Postcards reproduced and delivered
MARKET. I within U'days from receipt of order copy and I CARRY STOCK OF

Pleasant to take I description of scene-for which a maximum of 90 j

THE UNION The new laxative. Does : words is fcJUwed.Specimen Pbetosmule Sheets mailed and I'nototypeIllustrated without I II Comet and Obelisk Flour, Meal, Grits, Corn,

charge, in return foe name and add re** of party I Oats I
I Hay Lard D. S. Meat Canned Goods of all
,
not gripe or nauseate. requutillllopecmw..writes on any kind of a j
Picture Postcard or roar business stationery. 100 I kinds. Potatoes Lemons Coffee Sugar Rice
Dressing Club. ,
; Cures stomach and liver per cent to 250. per cent PROFIT Taking Orders I ,
il I and Selling AMERICAN'[Trade Mark]i LOCAL ''I Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder,
ON"T VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One ExcluswtWholesale
FORGET. In honor to you troubles and chronic con- Distributor and Manufacturers Agent I Lavadura, ExtractsVritting Tablets, Lead Pen-
ink
you la advance (the public the i [Photographer. Dealer. Jobber. Local Newspaper
your patronage stipation by restoring Publisher or Printer [U\NTED in ever, : cils, Box Paper Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper.

o"* next door to the On Live Howard Oak natural action of the stomach TRACT.town and \Write; **-.for LIBERAL terms. TEN EXCLUSIVE Handsome Cib"1: Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and

.-, e Bakery Is the place to bars liver and bowels. anaas Photosanifc and Phototype Picture Postcards Wrigleys Chewing Gums
.*C and will be sent to any address on receipt of
nice "work done on short Refuse "ub.t1tlltPrice OOo. Fl\E2e.l STAMPS. Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers,

Ie W._do General Repairing, American Photo<.olort>pe Company El. Bogador Uncle Bill.
C. Mending and Dyeing In most cases consumption results Not Inc. reproductions for Any Pv.r1Mby Any ,

attention given to Altering from a neglected or improperly Process. --

furnishing. Rates to MertaWhe : treated cold Fole>'s Honey and Tar 337 Dearborn St. Chicago. 'Pholld Visiting Merchants are Cc-rdiaMy! united t.. make our office their head

r deal In Gents' FurnishNickerson cures the most obstinate coughs an Harrison 4691 quarters while in the citj

--- presents serious results. It costs -* OLD A. C.1. FREIGHT DEPOT .;I-
[ Makers u Pictare Postcards.ColorphotoSMreoggrapfca -
are{ you no more than the unknown preparations
ti Ca>nd r.. rtcturw for Newspaper Art
and you should insist upon Supplements, Mag-azme Coven Inserts for I

3 having the genuine in the )'ellowpackage. de Luxe. Pictures for Frammir. An EdiI'tiona Yea Brokerage S Commission Co.
: LIVE OAK, FLA. oct-dw. or reproductions for any jrpcK, in any quantity
Pharmacy
Yr' City from 1000 up wne for rates. ti-7t I E


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2. 1901.
MOIOOUT. WEDNESDAY z
.. un OAK DULY:
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I J. B. BARTON, President. .
.1 H M. WOOD, Chairman finance Com.

,, E. J. BLUME, 1st.Vice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier.

) ': D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President.
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r i i. The Citizens' Bank of Live Oak




Opened for business Sept. 3rd under the most flattering circumstances, and backed by.
; I Ifi

[j many of the best business men and financiers of this section of Florida, SOlICI.t the patronage 1


I. t, of the banking: public and insures every courtesy and accommodation that.Is's


' consistent with :i
'

I' Conservative and Sound BankingPrinciples.. '

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h 't corner Ohio Avenue and Howard street, where a cordial welcome awaits one and all. .t.tf
' 1 r Visit us in our new quarters,

Our courteous cashier, Mr. Arnold Mickler, will take great pleasure in showing you our
f
; V1
.
; Banker's Chests Etc..t.
l New Modern Vaults, ,

C, which we believe will be of much interest to our customers. The cashier will also take special pleasure in explaining "*

to every one our new methods and systems, of' opening New Bank Accounts, OUR INTEREST COMPUTING i

r. 1 ) SYSTEM in our Savings Department, etc., all of which will be instructive and of much interest. !

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! l Oct. 1st is an Ideal Time to Open an Account With the New Bank. 1



,, ? We hope our: friends and the banking public generally, will not forget this, and be ;::,

governed accordingly. All Deposits Made in Our Savings Department -3I

during any day of this week, will bear interest from Oct. 1st. !




, \ .:. "I The Citizen's Bank of Live Oak i ii



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t'I J011H.. PAKSIh Iapp; :; IIIIrlnlIlnnil:: 1'1 ''I'll' I' 111:11111111; : 1 1I1II1 ; ; : IIWI': UPI: :::;:: TnmlTl'n;;: ;: 1I1I'1'1 :!!'1uu: =.mwu=:::=mm.lmI' WI IlIinh;; I -
OF KEV. .

I I :;' LEY :I, t SECOND' SHIPMENT' OF MILL ENDS';'1

New Kngland-Tribute
In Far-away
to Memory by Judge J. X. ,AT= i
I
{"onuer.
! News has Cached this city of the : ]
THELADIES'; =:= EMPORIUM
recent death at his home in Bridge'

port, Mass., of Kev. John Howard;
Parshley, one of the most brilliant 1 i Better Values, Larger Variety THan First Lot.
Baptist ministers in
and best beloved
I Excellent to secure materials for school reduced not bay
rt New England and whose early years opportunity wear at prices. Why

a were spent here in Live Oak where good, clean remnants and save from two to five cents yard. ]
his family settled forty years ago,
'. and where his sister Miss Emma 'i
Parshley still resides. He was well Ready to Wear Department) T Suits and Best Skirts, No Two Alike. 1

knoVvn and much beloved in his boyhood ,

here by some of our older Full of new goods, latest styles in Taylored This department in charge of a first-class }

citizens, who and were the brought subjoined up in heart-thiscounty suits, Voile and Panama Skirts, Shirt dressmaker, formerly with large ready-to- ;

;,I felt tribute to his memory by Judge I Waists, Kimonas, etc. I wear store of .Baltimore.
J. N. Conner of Live Oak. will be

warmly appreciated by those who We Guarantee to Fit Garment I
I remember the deceased minister dur- Every Perfectly. ,
ing his outh. I

The rimains were taken to Rock-II I BETTER GOODS FOR SAME MONEY-SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY.
land Mal', where Mr. Parshley was
I
formerly pastor, for interment and
J I the Courier--G ette of that city, pays The Ladies L. S. HAI ,'ARDEmporium ,
p eloquent trlbut\ to his memory in
1l terms of elaboratk eulogy. A great i ; Pro i>;eto i'.

: company of mourn rs jwere present I!1* II III I ;::" II: II 11111111;" I ; ::: ::; :: ;: : :::;:;;;;;;;;; ::::;;:;; ;" II I! : -== :r'I "I' .:mI! : :;;; ;; II: ;:;:;;; :, ;;;" t

at the fun 1, and tee was general ._
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sorrow throuK&oaUtneJdty at the here, and I remember when on one
.
I sawmill here in 1S66 and in Ma1S67. \ I
death of g' and occasion teacher remarked t\ "TICK 1 1ii
so pd Nation man. our his father moved his family iPARTY BBS
th Judge conner's mmu to the him: 'Howard, your tongue will here. His father died here August
Democrat on thX sub oft is as follows either be the making or ruin of you ,
8 1868. and bios mother. Mrs. NancyM.
: v \ I! and you should be guarded how you I Parshley. diC1 here January 21. :tae Oak to Dow fin g fork on sale daily Nat
"Editorx Democ at: -!t is with use it.' The reports of his afterlifego :
1S97. Their reroarus are interred in',, ..:m rate of 50 cents round trip wua
1 some depreeNot safneis that I hand to show he
that was a power asa
the family buryingXgrovnd on thr ,..IJ. I.I. Minimum of ten fares. (ail onl4i'i")44
)ou the two pjtpefs grving, accounts minister and served his Maker all .
old home ptace in thf\ city.scan' ,.r+ ... lilct Agent Phone 152 for
I of the death of Rev. John H. Parshley through life. ijn 1S72 he, several ,
'I I i M '
'" in Bridgeport Mass.. Sept. 3, 1907 others and myself jotted the Baptist How often we\foryrt ttpat;, ife here: 1\\ H I tH-_ further information. 4*+++**

better known by the older citizens of church b4re. When here, he and ni / /
6 .' ,I
Live Oak and Suwannee county aa Wilbur. A aUet/111 CAll. several: thinking ,
f # Only bf earJnMr pleasure; j EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
'
r 'Howard. I last taw him when a others and"Jttyself were together |
i \
that ade nd if\\j\
boy at which time he and Rev. Wilbur much of the time ann we would men \ t f
When we oa btlto b| striving as he I
B. Parshle), the jouncer of the each ednesday night tt the old has bee It..J I/ AND RECORDS.We .
k tow, were boarding the train to so courthouse>> (now the Brown House., worklfe ---------
All the while and waitin;I
1 away to schooL He returned to Live and hold prayer meltings. We would our Master's caU- keep in stock a line of Edison's latest: fnprov&

; Oak on two occasions after he was laed the meeting alternately and enjoyed Ready ever to serve Him in some I graphs and Records at standard prices. Sold onl tf ?
hown and was a minister. I was much good from little
i I. our work somewhere I ment plan. Your credit is good. Write: or call: on
j not here and failed to meet him. meetings and it was then, doubtless, '
Doing what he could the world made
Howard as we all knew him was that the shaping of his after useful .Coor .'Y
better he having lived 1 Live Oak Furniture
ambitious and had.great control of life began. He was born in New ,f NELSON CONNER. f
language and could always express Haven. Connecticut, July %2. 1856. )
A. J. WILLIAMS The :liahanelaal
his thoughts easily and eloquentlyHe It was his father John Parshley FOIn DNIYc1mE: ( Sewing

was apt at school while he was and X. H. Walker who built the old 'iaacs xe-..s a.... BUdJ Rlt lIVE OAK FLOBIIJitih.Te
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