Live Oak daily Democrat
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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 3, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00152
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Drilled {f ; / 1 3' P2o :.Meeting for

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1Pekin i / e ; ; SL'

Oct. :2.There has been a
Atlanta, Oct. 2.-The official program
complete deadlock between China f '
> for the three days' session of
and Japan over Manchurian affai a i
the International Cotton Growers'and
since June last, and the attitude of It
\ jr\ i Spinners' conference"hicb be-
- ( the United States toward Japan ha:, !% S ;
/j G' gins here next
tit +-wi 1C Monday, was anaounved
ri' now become a feature of the situ-
; ; today. Cotton growers and
.,, /
'# ;5 manufacturers from all parts of the
The new administrations ai MuK- S aia
/ Il' I United States and Europe will attend
den: and at Pekin welcomed what th.3 I
} N % the sessions. The conference hope('
officials call "a revival of America-* to
achieve closer relations between1
spirit" In sending the battleship fleetto ( !
% ta' 1' t yA t, grower and spinner; better methodsof
the Pacific after apparent indifference "'
; growing, ginning, compressing*
j to the Far Eastern situation t
: baling storing and transporting cotton -
and as a result the Chinese officials I s
; increasing values and savin?

are resisting the demands of tho fi( e cost I hall departments, na-
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Japanese I f'l S tion of the middleman, / curtailment
After four months' fruitless negota- teu
t / / F ;b or ellmintUo re f
lions the viceroy of Manchuria Hau speculative dealings

Shih Chang, has arrived in Pekin to I / t /
/ spot or cash mark will
explain the state of affairs in h!s If p1ItlIQIa1Mb./ / Ri
prominent f In the discusslo
Jurisdiction.The r Qi\
The foreign delega> if
regarrisoning of Manchuria is
Vtlanta :
October 10, fojra to .
In The will ,.' f'
progress government lii4 1 cotton states, with stop.,al Blrmlng-
send 20,000 troops, drilled in modern
v ham Ala.; Greenville, Miss., New
tactJis, to replace the 10,000 old-time
Orleans, Galveston
Houstgoiy. :Little
troop now in that part of the em 5 Rock and Memphis. : to

pire. All these troops are being; 1 7
equipped for, winter service. ; Js ,rr
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Japan has met these activities I

the new Chinese administration with Famous, M1ssisjiPpi (atesman11'on't-. .

increased demands,! ", adding __ to tha f""I'- .. -. Hun for CwfjreVs Next Time. }

original questions-the posts, customs ..;- --- -- Macauley in New York World .. New York, Oct. 1.A special to 1
1 V Yalu timber concessions th) f' -- ____ the Times from Washington says

Shengkink mines, the restoration o BOOM MW i-oi\KKK. ; TEDDY AM IILXIIS. John Sharp Williams, the famous

telegraph lines and public buildings, STEAMBOAT R S UP leader of the house Democrats, will

I and the control of rights to reside,Jn .Anybody to Heat HoovveltClioicv; I Ml Things Arrange dfor Their MeetIng not be a candidate for re-election to

Manchuria-another question, namely Is Cry of Georgia NepnH's. in Ix.uKLana Swamps. the Sixty-first congress. He has told

the delimitation of the Korean- U'.\S LO.\DI-D Mil H TTONM{ New Orleans, La, Oct l.-Pr'sl- friends that he intends to take a two-
Atlanta Ga., Oct. 1.-At a largely
Manchurian boundary. year vacation from his congressional
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attended dent Roosevelt w II be within one to T
mass meeting under the
The relations between Russia and duties before be takes his seat as
t. auspices of the Republican State :our hours communication from the
China on the .subject of Manchuria -- senator from Mississippi to succeed
outside world when
League of here he goes into
Georgia, tonight, to
have *. H D. Money,.and In the Interval will
Improved Russia is cooperating I
select candidates for delegates-at- THE[ LOSS WAS ABOUT $55,000 Lunt'nJ! camp In northeastern Louisiana ,
with China in the developmentof devote his time to reading the books
the end
at of this week. The
large to the
Republican national
postal, customs and railroad c uventlon he has not been able to, look at In
Senator J. B. Foraker, of -.k- location of two of his camps,, which
facilities. I the last few years, and to writing a 1
Ohio, was put forward as a presidefltal THO kegnes Jump Hl Into tIC I'ivtr have already been pitched was made life of Thomas Jefferson.

s ; tt' nominee. The resolutions adopted and Were IM'untsf public here today by A. K. Amacker,

HOOT AM, DIAZ. said: "The league was for Foraker f .. of Lake Providence; La., who helped 1
Secretary of State Meets Mexico's first and if he could not be nominated to make the camps. The first Is at

Greet ITeMdent. then tae league stood for I Ga. the junction of thg Tenas river and
any man II Albany, Oct.The: steamer I of Jamestown Exposition: to

- Mexico City Oct. 1. .-With all the who could defeat Roosevelt, Taft or Raymond n.\, '!'was burned in Flint ., the Monticello road, in East Carrollparish lAa"e.ltft IUrr.

members of the Mexican cabinet present any man named by Roosevelt river-,thtsjaiortitpg i at Jones' landing, This camp will be about five
j Norfolk Va. .
&!pt. 30 -Authentic
miles from
President Diaz received Secretary Chairman T. M. Blodgtt, in addressing between; Albany and Newton Alsatla station, where the
reports tonight disclosed that
a number
r Root atilt o'clock this morning the meeting, said that the two.bales'of cotton and a XloetY-I. temporary "White _IIoure""UI, be of heads
the"Preeldent's of departments will
established for
U the hall of ambassadors in the na- league will fight (or a plank in the barrels. of naval stores, besides 201) I secretaries
resign: with Director General Barr of
i floral palace. national Republican convention. d"- sacks of cotton seed. constituted the telegraphers and newspaper

The meeting between the two nouncing "the infamous disfranchisement cargo of the steamer All was destroved -I correspondents.The the Jamestown exposition. John A. 1 1i
Wakefield, chief of concessions, and
second is at the
'fr1 statesmen was most cordial, Mr of the southern states and pr6- except a part of the cotton. camp junction A C. 1I i
Sherwood, chief of admission
Root, who was,presented to President ; testing the constitutional rights':;of When the steamer sank the blazing of Monticello road and Joe's bayou ,

Diu by Ignaclo Mariscal, the foreign citizenship of the 10000.000 of black cotton was submerged and then floated A temporary bridge bas been built announce that their W1.resignations.: It is reported I
Dixon assistant
minister, said he was delighted to' people of America.." down the river Many bales were across the Tensas rive rto give easjcommunication"
director general, and S. W Bowles,
meet the man who had made Mexico The meeting was largely) composedof subsequently rescued. and thong between camps. From
director of publicly, have resigned
one of the colored )I I across the Tensas river to give ear y 1
s foremost of Latin- Amerla -, people. they were all damaged the salvage
aII will accessible They are called the National : were in the police
countries; and he hoped a con- be considerable Two negroe, were confronted

t v 'Unuince of the good results arising; JUDGE:. GIIVY is \\IULM;. were hemmed in by the fire an J the Federal, the Alexanderand with two baffling murder mysteries

;- today the Bear Lake brake, and are one murder and suicide
from and killj
the cordial relations between jumped into_ the river, where they one -

the United States and MexicoPresident To Accept cmocratic Nomination fe r were drowned They were boat hand four to six mites distant from the I j I in*. in which the murderer fled

Diaz in reply said Mr. President. The loss is 'about $",04)0 with no camps.Mr. I II i In addition there was another at-

\ Root's zealous work for a better understanding Wilmington, Oct 1, Friends of surance. iD-1 II I Aback said that so far eight tack upon a white girl by a negro
+ : beers nave been located in the brake
between the Unite: A report has also reached .\ I the victim in the last ease being a
Justice Georze ( ray bf the United riby
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States and that steamer J R. I experienced hunters w'ho nave [ child 6 years old. "
Latin-America was wel'known 1 States circui court pave begun a \he {.n Sharpe, ha* t
been selected! to lead the President'sexpedition.
and appreciated and he wet- movement ere I to present thejurist's gone down at .ttk"'.son's landtag oj l;i The crimes reported:

wned the secretary in the name ol t i i tf"Democratic the lower Flint .She was without I Describing the sport in I Body of unidentified nan taken

th Mexican nation naem to ftl yc cargo. II I I the brakes }Ir. Amacker said: 'Th Mi i I from river hands tied and clothing!
noon a& i
national con candidatefor
Mr. Root I. a iI cane tops interlace and press down weighted with stones.
was t11ep! ------I (
presented teach o presidents t
eJ prpminentDemocratic l delegates to the national convention l until a man mast
I Il stoop or crawl to Body of
Joseph Genlsalti taken
,. member of the cabinet, who al 1 earl :I i
Poke, words of politicians base a instructed, to present! Justice Graffnam a penetrate them Often the banter is.i j from the lake at the foot of Twelfth i

"",Till, greeting and good meeting of Jusficg Gr/yV friE'ndsf, o r and efforts also will be made I on his bands and knees and must'; street police think it a murderer. *

: PasY next Wednesday nighytn the roomsof to get into touch with i i
.J&: MrRo prominent have his wits about him when his HOBS C Price murders his wife be-
went from I
: Chapultepec tcj the Young Men's UemocratiAclab, Democrats throughout the country. I dogs overtake the bear. 1
If the
e nUoaal c&ue the bab) cries all night, and
|rJe Y&a In an automobil'l to discuss ways and means of\launch- Justice Gray's attitude is the same President likes to rough it, he willj i I lo : then commit( suicide.
accompanied E.f I
iTjLoinpton by David ing his c&ndidaoThclinisV as it was three ears ago, when h : have plenty of chances in the several!:'i John GOII6 's 'uek '
the on head with
( American ....
v ambassador.j
f c&atrman
the \.Bavard, of the was mentioned as a possible>> candi: brakes I have mentioned." iron bar In
| 'A crowds in the street cheered I Democratic\ \ (i quarrel; murderer cscaped -
'" him
.! \stpte cifnnjlttee.yBaid. hJwasneartrtyvla date for the presidential nomination ,i .
SLkfpe<1 bv Today : "'J
was the firs i tzvot oj oiuce Gray lIe has told his friends that he was Crimp avtIn Chicago. I
an) y8?? aII American cabinet officer has Hilda Anderson aged 6, latest
as the Democratic candidate for in no sense an aspirant fof the honor.
: Chicago Sept 30
-Chicago was victim of
._ ,weeded by President i ieo. attack by negroes and fifth
.. Diaz !n president. The state ,convention, it but that he would do nothing to balk yesterday seized by a wave of crime to be reported to the police within

M. was said, would be asked to send the plans to have him nominated and when the last reports of the day ten,

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His Object. ., I:!:!:::: :: : : ::: 1111 1111I1 H J .p '- _'
: Solicit 1Tiskey Orders. "what do iI i iliil ii i i i i ii iiiillll II 1111 111111 1111 1111 .fllllllllt.UIIIIIII '
__ (Gainesville Sun.) you"Well think, asked of the cigar! My doctor I fiiiif ; :,

There is a statute in Florida especially recommended that brand to 11II 11-

} against soliciting orders for intoxicating me."
liquors in dry counties or election "H'm" coughed Knox, "so he wantsto
districts. The whisky dealers : cure you of the tobacco habit eh!"

t bare frequently violated this law, and. Philadelphia Press. II IIft

; 'we have yet to hear of an arrest being *;. pyjMJc II
: made for such Tiolatlon. The law XIlt'OD Bonaparte .

is undoubtedly constitutional how- showed at the battle of Austerlitz.

l ever, as evidenced ty a decision of be was tte greatest Leader in the
the Supreme Court of the Unltei world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has

States, In which it is held that par- shown the public it is the best Lini-
,' ties representing liquor houses ment in the world. A quick cure for

breweries and distilleries cannot Rheumatism, Sprains Burns Cuts.
solicit orders in a town where it is etc A C. Pitts. Rodessa La. says: iI ?P131fl11C0IVIPANY
prohibited from being sold by the '"1 use Ballard's Snow Liniment in m,,'
State law, whether or not they are family and find it unexcelled for sore

; representing dealers in other States chest headache corns, in fact for : t i "
who may ship under the interstate anything that can be reached by i
commerce laws. liniment. Sold by Suwannee Drug I q.
The case at issue was that of Oila- oct-dw
miter vs. the State of South Dakota, '

and the Supreme Court holds that: Usual St'lt". iI 11 j

"The general power of the States Cillej-How do you propose to
to control and regulate within their finish off your new house .
borders the business or dealing in, Vlllar-Oh, the usual style, of .

," or soliciting orders for the purchase course--with a good big mortgage. 1.1 i i I Iil
of intoxicating liquors is beyond ques
,tion. Hard Times In Kansas.
"The purpose of the Wilson Act ant
{ The old days of grasshoppers
26 Stat 713 as a regulation of Interstate drouth are almost forgotten in the +
commerce was to allow the prosperous Kansas of today; although AI
States to exert ample power as to intoxicating citizen of Codell. Earl
t liquor when the subject Shamburg has not jet forgotten a Book News and CommercialPRINTERSIINO
of such than could have ,
commerce hard time he encountered. He says: .
been exercised. before the enactmentof "I was worn out and discouraged by I
statute, which enabled the
and could
coughing night and day .
States to extend their authority as to find no relief till I tried Dr. King'sNew I
such liquor shipped from other Discovery It took less than one
States before it became commingledwith "
I bottle to completely cure
the mass of other property in and
: safest and most reliable cough
the State by a sale in the original I cold cure and lung and throat healer -

package. ever di&covered Guaranteed by
"Since the enactment of the Wilson I
j Barclay &. Groover drug store. 50c
law which expressly providesthat 1 1i
'- intoxicating liquors'coming intoa I and $1.00. Trial bottle free. oct-dw i I *

State as though manufactured He Gut the Stuff. i job is too large and none too small for j
therein the owner of the intoxicating I
"Did you hue a good time at the
liquor In one State cannot under the I beach!" i us to handle, and everything in the
clause of the constitutiongo '
commerce "
"Xo, the. landlord did though
himself or send y his agent into Printing Line comes easily within our limit.

another State and in defiance'of its Henry E. Jones, of Tampa Fla.,
f laws, carry on the business of soliciting writes "I can thank God for my pre-
I t proposals for the purchase 0: Folej's Kidney I
due to
sent health
such liquors. Cure. I tried doctors and an kind i oUR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papers I
"Although a State may not forbid but nothing done me f
\ of kidney cure
resident therein from for f of the largest carried in Florida
a ordering much good till I took Folej Kidney one ,
p his own use intoxicating liquor from Cure. Four bottles cured-me, and 1 !
r ; another State it may forbid the carrying I! have no more pain In my back and II and with a well equipped modern Printing i
on within its, borders of the
skoulders. I am 62 years old, and
business of soliciting orders for such suffered long, but thanks to Foley's Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we i
liquor, although such orders may Kidney Cure I am well and can I
only contemplate a contract result walk and enjoy mjself It is a I can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as i I

,_ ing from final acceptance in another pleasure to recommend it to those
State. Yance vs. W. A. Vandercook needing a kidney medicine City I and prompt as any establishment in the i
: Co. 170, U S. 438, dIstinguished,
"The law of South Dakota imposing 1 t Pharmacy. octdw'Nature ilt South. A trial will convince. Samples and i

s an annual license charged for I I must feel somewhat ashamed -
sale, or soliciting orders for intoxicating -!I when she sees what an ordinary i Estimates Furnished on Application.

liquors In quantities of less than 'drug clerk can do in the complexion ij ,
five gallons is not unconstitutional line. I
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because repugnant to the commerce' I i'
.' clause of the constitution of the A Card. I + t

., United States. This is to certify that all druggistsare i
"The highest court of South Dakota I authorized to refund jour money I i '" II'H''" '.H.--,,,,,.. H"" 1:II"'" " ..,,, H'' '" II",,;;""""""",,"' *1 1i
having held that the act of imposinga :
i I if Polt>y's Honey and Tar fails to
license on traveling salesman solic-, cure your cough or cold It stops
iting orders for intoxicating liquors: We Make of Mail
a Specialty
the cough heals the lungs and prevents i
j is a police regulation and not a taxI -I. serious results from a coll i I tI
I I ing act. It is within the purview of, ,
Cures la grippe cough and prevents
and not to conflict with the Wilson!{. pneumonia and consumption. Contains -:- Order Business :-
act. Papst Brewing Co vs. Crea-I The.genu'ne
no opiates. is in
sha, 198 U. S. 17, followed lOt N' W I II
I a yellow package Refuse substitutes.
Rep. 538 confirmed"
( II I I City Pharmacy. oct-dw

If you take DeWitt's Kidney aid
\ man could keep reasonably hap
Bladder Pills you will get I
promptrelief ; py in this world if his neighbors
from backache, weak kidneys Ii
wouldn't worry so about hIs business
inflammation of the bladder and

urinary troubles. A week's treat I I DeWitt's Carbonized Witch Hazel Ii I LIVE OAK
ment for 25 cents. Sold by Live Oak|I Salve U good for little burns and big I
Drug Co. oct-dw I
burns, small scratches or bruises andbig
r t -- I I ones. Sold bj: Live Oak Dru,;
tacked HU Ablln,.
Compant oct-dw
Wife--You ought to be like Jones; I t iii' PUBLISHINGCOMPANY .
1" Jones makes the most of everything I When
you most desire to swear
Husband-I'd make the most
th re are
generally enough women
everything too if I was the liar
I around to make.it impcwsibe!: to do it _
r Jones is.-Chicago Journal. Iff i

Julius Kennedj's Laxative Cough Syrup .
Caesar. I!Ii* a safe, sure and prompt remedy for
was a man of nerve but sickness left J I ,QUits and colds and is good for every j. .
its mark and he became aged before member of the familj Sold by Live I
hi* time. Sickness is often caused Oak
Drug Co.
by a torpid liver Herbine will regulate : Most couples would be happily!fl LIVE OAK FLORIDA
liver and give health i
your you I married if neither
of them
4 I, oee had
,;;. Mrs. Carrie Austin. Holloa Kansas any relatives It rf
writes "I consider Herbine the best j

medicine I ever heard of. I am never I IVWitt Oarbolid Witch Ha1 .
without It." Sold by Suwannee Drug Ptllll. Sold by I IT* Cak Drug Company ,
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Mr. R. Sessions of Grover, is in I c.| W. P. Ubwell, a prosperous I Rev. Ira J. Patterson, pastor of the I I

\Jj town today on' business. I farmer o'the Pine Grove settlement, First Methodist church in Tallahassee 3or Sale

V was to-tout/this morning, attendingto was in town for a short while }I II I The Doctor

Tom Law, of Suwannee Station, is business affairs. I I I yesterday afternoon, en route home I II .

a business visitor to the city today. I from Sutherland, where he has been ';

Little Marion Kite, who has been to place his son and daughter in1 I We offer at a bargain, I Knows

L P. H. Lewis, of Suwannee Station visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. S. York, school. six room cottage with

"i 1 i is, !in town today on business. returned to her home In Wellborn this : modern conveniences, on I,

call morning. Notice. south Ohio avenue. Most-
FOU ,, er anybody else
II and describe same. ;J.G. Godden. W. P. MIzelle 1, engineer on the The Board of Stewards of the I desirable residence section i BETTERthan to do in illness. \

care W. S. Co.'s cotton house. d-tf : Florida( Rail war, returned home this I I Methodist church will hold an adjourned of the city. If you are 1
session at the church tonight UP often knows how to prevent
Wellborn where he
mornipg-from 11L
contemplating purchasing little troubles from developing
went to Fort White at S o'clock. The meeting is important
S. A. Rogers has been visiting friends.R. .
I into serious affairs.
today on business.Col. I I I Let each member be present. i a home in Live Oak come

E. McNeill Capt. W. J. Hillman i up 'to our office and let : UP does not have to guess and
11C experiment-if he is a good
L. E. Roberson went to Gainesville J. II. Porter and B. W. Helvenston I LOST-Black sided, brown back': us show you this place.EDWARDSREAUY : doctor and knows his business.

this morning on business.TO went to Suwannee Springs yesterday heifer 4 years old and red sided, i!

afternoon in Capt. Hillman's auto. white back cow, marked under square IT'S A LOTS better to swine f
doctorand bring 1
ERCIIAXTS-I..eave jour crop and 2 splits. Any informationof
your prescriptions here.Suwannee.
orders for green beans okra and egg- ,Willie Cobb. of Grove them please send to Henry Jones i [ CO.

plants with A. W. Pope at Democrat neighborhood has a jh'tlne{ position It. F. D., Live Oak. Suitable reward. I --

office with Mays Bros as

C. A. Groover's store was broken Lew if i Building, Room 3.

II. E. Pritchett. of Jacksonville, bIn F. Malory, of Wellborn I1lrs. who into last night and a small amount of
Phone No. 44.
the city today, en route to Perry. has been visi ing/Tie/ mother, Mrs. goods stolen. The burglar broke the i

A. D. Hemmjng/f tr the past week window in front of the store. He ; ----- ----- it -

G. S. Fletcher of Quincy was registered returned hom today. failed to open the safe and get any WANTS CHOI' FIGURKS. Drug Company I

at the Ethel yesterday.j. money. II l. 1
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Just received at the Band Dot Secretary of Sea Island Cotton Ass _
Potsdamer, of White Springs is I I' : 'I: II::: :: I :: tit' : !I ::' I ij
shipment of black silk petticoats, FOR SALK. < ('i..tlon'ok'i! !' Fanners for 9
registered a tthe Ethel today.S. .
ranging in price from $5.00 The Information
up. Good house and three lots of land i JUST RECEIVED AT
Band Box. 3-3t
W. Kennedy, of Houston, is in and store house on West End of Office of Secretary Sea Island Cotton
-- TON
Howard street. Will sell Association Lake Fla.
town today on business. or exchange : Butler ,
Your shoes repaired while you for small country farm. Apply September 27, 1907. I New line Voil skirts.

The Band Box Mrs. E. N. Lawler. wait Rubber heels a specialty. Chas. at Democrat office or address Pursuant to a resolution passed b> New line latest shaped corsets.

proprietor, will have Its fall opening Anderson ,West Conner Street. Box 593. Live Oak Fla. s27-4i the association all county and sub- I New line silk, lace, dress trimmings in

this braid, lace vands, applique, dress
tomorrow. Another place secretaries are hereby earnestly requested -

paper will give more about it. For Saturday and Monday the 1 -,Tuesday afternoon, purse to forward to me before the I goods. 4
Standard Patterns Fashion Sheets.
Band Box will sell regular five dollar contain one ter.4 Ilar bit end one 14th of October, a report of the cotton I ,

D. L. Bird Is in Jacksonville todayon tailored hats at $3.50. Remember or two fiivyjShvla, samftlf red and outlook covering the following I MRS. C. W. BAChE, Prop.est .

business. Saturday and Monday only. The green sjik. Purse grin inside, points: 4I

j Band Box. 3-3t "Coutt'liments itma CommhslstanCv Io'ir5t-llue the conditions been !
is to rush the cotton on the mar-
J. P. lowland of Lancaster, is in IVayc s, Ga." Fin please favorable or unfavorable to the yield
I'l/ I i ket and get their money out of it regardless -
today on business. Mrs. L. Bond, of Jacksonville whhas o return tF W. Blume. since the lath of September! I of tbe interest of the farm

been spending a few days with r 8t"Cond-lf there will be in your
er. Warehouse your cotton and
J. D. Barton made a business tripto Mrs. J. II. Porter left this morning county and section an Increase decrease -( '
i News was received here by wire i draw on it if pressed but do not sell
Jacksonville today. for Madison, where she will visit this morning that Tom Townsend was in the yield estimated on the a bale until the minimum price is
o'r friends for a few days.J. seriously hurt his father's mill at 12th of September state as near a. reached. F. G. SCHELL,* Sec'y i
i THE CITIZENS BANK has two / died you ean about what cent or frac-
StarKe, Fla aft last night at per Sea Island Cotton Association.A .
three corner offices to rent over its H. Martin of Jacksonville, twelve o'clock rid111 be brought tion of the crop the increase or decrease
1 banking room. Apply to Arnold P. I i 1
traveling salesman for Stringfellow here tonignty; 't burlal will take has been. LIVK WIRE TRAGKDY.: i
Mickler, Cashier. -
& Dot) of Jacksonville is in town place tomorfW irorning. Rev. J. T. Third How is the staple as compared -
today and paid the Democrat a call. Butler wUV tmduet the funeral ser with last year!
Sam Jenkins, of Nobles Ferry, is in !i 1.lk(1t) lU>y Killed by Taking Hold
4 vices. To be able to sustain or increase I
town today trading.: Of Cable.
1 -. Rev. Sam White passed through prices set; by the Association on oar ,

j Curtis Grubb Jr., is back with the here yesterday-Afternoon, en route to The tent mating conducted by Rev. cotton full information as to supply, j Lake City, Oct. 1.-David Davie Itf-'

Suwannee Hardware Co. again. his home in Mclrtosh from Madison Sam J. Whit)*, evangelist of the Chri demand and conditions is necessary. : year-oW white boy son of Henry Ad

where he hai/be/n holding a tent Han church came to a clone Tuesday This information is valuable to the Davie of this plaee, was killed last
interest of Sea Island cotton night about 9 o cloca, In pairing an
}'. Duvall of Rixford Is in town to- meeting.Dr. night after two week of interesting every
1 day on business. a fcer vices. The evangelist has gone to,I grower and all the home business Interests electric light pole and taking hold cf

T. S. Anderson returned yesterday Norfolk, VSL. on a short vacation j I of tbe cotton belt and we hope a t'.8bJe-witk a full charge of electricity -

F. P. Woodward went to Jacksonville from St/Aug' tine where be ac- and upon his return will pitch hU. every secretary will be prompt in -that held the are light at the

today on business.E. companied /Is daughter, Miss Clara tent at Live Oak. Mr. White is a 'I sending us the required data. We corner of the Anderson Supply Com i

ou her re/ / td ychopk-' She has fluent and eloquent speaker and his i will thankfully receive any and all pany store.

C. Home of Falmouth is a spent a vs ;. >l J>
business visitor to the city today. with her .r TaJiv wrtffriends, and the large congregations which gathered In our prosperity. If a man wants to do something be R

they regreT Uer uepj Ftare to school I daily in the tent.-Madison New Hold jour cotton and do not sell eaR easily prove to you that it k his

Mrs. Tom Whitfield and little son again. Enterpri&e. in sacks to buyers whose only inter- duty to do it.
Brlen, are in town today shop
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6 city today on business. FOR YOU. 1 We have the largest aseortmeet'a: 0
of skirts for Lades and Misses; 0 A
ever carried befor'
i Mr. Faulkner, a prosperous farmer i This departmeat ha* beer a lilt
r ':i the,. Lnraville settlement, is In By telephone one day last week tool panama, from $4.50 up': cue from the start.We e I

II today, trading. came the quiry, "\\'hen are you" gO-I The newest goldeti brown in sill! have the most cvapiete U." m} ,
ing to have }our fall opening. the latest styles | "
tailored suits, skirts,
V J. H. Braswell and J. T. Butler "Every da-" was the reply. And Nice selection of toiles with the i j shMwas,1,
latest broadcloth and: silk.rtm- Kiaaonas.. etc.. ever shown to this sec t
it's true for fall goods are being opened
moved into their the .
office In .
new mifips. Silk drop "" its $b ao to|
Citizens Bank building this morning. and plated on sale right along $12.50. 1 t oa. We wish to impress upon th-

and every day sees southing new i ladies that only one nit of a khl') Ily '
J. W. Adams, of Jacksonville representing added to the exposition. will: be sold also in our best --1 k"r't{

,1.. the Wales Interest just now is enhanced because I ..! of
Adding Machine 4 we > buy one a style.
C0-, Ie in the city today. I in addition to tbe new,goods, I
; -- there are many line end of summer Tli< enables us to buy everyr:\ n 'v ::

1 c. C. Cook left today on a busi- l goods uaderpriced for clearaate. make that fashion mdnatefe as sty Il-)L t

W ieu trip Monticello Large quantities of mill ends in I and assures the customer that she
I)0 *.** other points InVest Florida. madras, gin b am. penal, chambry. all I has something; different' fro maD one
suitable for children's school wear,
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Cool weather will soon arrive
\ Al from :e to 5 cents a yard, under ihf and the children will need new I
Carver has moved from Lake Tl t,",n the inducement The Em-
market and thus the Joys of shop;*" j hoes. The qoeation arrives where
); -Lite Oak and accepted a pog,- are doubled. .rj.. of getting perfect alterations can we get a good servicabte shoe
n with 1 .., for the least Try the Emporium H
, s B. Barton Co. ,; U r hout charge is special tea- money. -
Many of our customers have t.n.u next time and you will be a
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.4 advantage! of these good clean rinatxts. regular customer ever afterr Remember ti

#; A. Hack formerly night oper- for they realize good va J',- '.J'- and ,e. what we carry in we make a "Specialty,,
of ,ladies'children i
ester ** and infants
'f c JDerhas returned to Lire itt cotton goods. are not found 4 r ,} T u ':t ir'pint B1or not a:- ;, %* r* sad will take Mr. Harvey's place u all stores. t- it i.'e1! WP't un.- a-wa; > to oe dad. nI

**' Harvey will ,
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College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for i + .
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all graduates. and fever
writes: "My child had chills
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iI" mine recommended IIerbine. We v.d :
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$40 $50 $75 $90 j publish this testimonial IU 1 cheerfully -;
; : baring recommend children afflicted Herbine.*t?mine.all mothers" :.

Ohio Avenue and Conner Street
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President and I-roprietor. LIVE V/rliY: FLAi Principal.
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t i i Lumber Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights 1

I i :i Power and Turpentine.Electric .
I i I Lights in any part of the city furnished for

f Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. ;

j i Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing ;;
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i j I Wholesale purposes. and retail Ice-out of City orders have special :4
i j attention, and all orders promptly filled.

I jj j j We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and :

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ORDINANCE NO. 03. twenty-five ($25) dollars; 'dealers In Sect to be paid or remitted upon I I Each local agent of Insurance company religious books only ahall not tw'required !,, .' r 4

An Ordinance Imposing Licenses and furniture, sold On Installment, under drafts, checks or orders or where or associations firm or Individual to pay a license'tax. M

Other Taxes, Providing for the contract for non-payment thereof, money is advanced or loaned on ding business In the City Traveling dealers without license a
PajTnent Thereof, and Prescribing fire ($5) dollars; provided this shall stocks bonds, bullion, bills of exchange of Live Oak Florida, Including cor- who shall bargain rr sell any goods,
Penalties for Doing Business Without not apply to persons taxed as mer- or promissory note, or received porations or associations engaged in wares or merchandise for cash or

a Licence, or Other Failure to chants; dealers In gasoline or for discount or for sale, shall be the business of Insuring against fire, otherwise, by sample or In any other
'' COmply With the Provisions Thereof. naphtha, at wholesale five ( $5) dollars regarded as a bank or bankers and indemnity accidents to persons, acting manner, for present or future delivery -
; dealers In automobiles, auto- subject as such to the provisions. of as surety upon bonds guaranteeing to any person whatsoever, by

Be it ordained by the Mayor and motors or other horseless vehicles this ordinance. fidelity of employees and insuring himself or agent cr agents, followingafter

City Council of the City of Live Oak, twelve dollars and fifty cents .Lenders of money, either persons employers against liability for accident to deliver and collect for,same,
Florida: ($12.50); dealers in Illuminating or firms, corporations associations or I I IT employees and life Insur- except a licensed dealer, shall be

Section 1. That no person, firm or lubricating oils at wholesale, twelve I their agents, not taxed as bankers ance companies, shall pay to the City deemed # peddler under tbls ordin-
corporation shall engage in; manage dollars and fifty cents ($12.50). for doing the business of lending or advancing of Live Oak a license tax of two ance. This ordinance shall Include

conduct any business professionor each place cf business: proprietor or money for which Interest inspection I t dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50). peddlers of clocks, stoves ranges.and
or occupation mentioned in this proprietors of each garage for keepin fees or other remuenrationis Each traveling agent or solicitor of sewing machine agents whether sellIng -

Ordinance within the City of. Live ? automobiles, five ($5) dollars; charged In excess of ten per centper any insurance company as described by sample or on future delivery
Florida, unless a City License dealers in Junks, twenty-five ($25) annum, secured by mortgages ''n the preceding section, dong business or otherwise; provided that perman-
Oak hare been first procured from dollars; dealers in oleomargarine orbutterine. bill of sale, power of attorney or in the City of Live Oak, shall ent or locally established agent shallbe

shall the Tax Collector of the city, which wholesale, handling original other legal transfer of personal property pa- a license tax (,f twelve dollars and exempt from the provisions of this
said license shall be issued to each packages only ten ($10) dol ) as security for any such loansor fifty cents ($12.50). section.

firm or corporation on receiptof lars. advances; or any person, firm Fh insurance adjuster whether Traveling dealers going from placeto
person the amount hereinafter provided Dealers in pistols, bowie knives, I corporation or association doing the resident or non-resident, who has not place selling gods, wares or
with the City Clerk's fee of sling shots Or brass knuckles, Spring business of securing such loans oradvances I paid; a license as agent or traveling merchandise of all descriptions, shall
t together cents for license field rifles, repeating rifles or dirk for borrowers upon such ascent, who adjusts insurance losses pay to the.City of Live Oak a license
'f. twenty-five by him, and said every license shallbe knives, twenty-five ($25) dollar; I securities and charging such borrowers I In this city shall pay a license tax tax of twenty-five ($25) dollars, and

issued by the Tax Collect and provided said p'.stols. Springfield or I commission, inspection or other i of five ( $5) dollars. it shall be unlawful for such person
signed and shall have the seal of the other repeating rifles, bowie knives, fee for their !services shall pay a'' Coa'ractors for the erection of or dealers t- sell or attempt to sell
. ;Mayor of, Live Oak thereon. Every dirk knives, brass knuckles and slingshots I'cense tax in the city of one hundred I iHings rr otter: wor'\, -tpn < $l9) I under and by virtue of the license of
. City word importing the singular number shall not be s Id to minors.: I ( $100) dollars for each place of busi I do'lars. any other licensed dealer, storekeeper

extend to and embrace the Every violation of this Section shall ness. I Job printing or.'c running by I I or druggist. '
only may number and every word importing be punished by a fine of not exceeding Every person firm or corporation poser. two dollar end fifty cents Trading! stamp firms, persons or
plural the plural number may be one hundred dollars or by imprisonment regularly engaged in the business of $20): ; steam laundries five ( $1) I corporations kn wn as trading stamp
and limited to the singular not exceeding sixty days, lending money in said city and not dollars; Chinese laundries: five ( $5):; companies shall pay td the Ci'y a
applied and w'.rd importing or by both such fine and imprison taxed as bankers shall pay a licensetax do;jars; livery, feed or sale stables, license tax of five hundred ($500)
number every
be ment at the discretion; of the :Mayor of twenty-five ($25) dollars. keeping for hire, feel or public use, I dollars Merchants usIng trading
masculine gender only may extended -
the and applied to females as Dealers in second-hand clothing I For each public (carriage hack and not more than five hordes an males. Whenever the word for each place of business twelve dollars dray charging for transportation not two dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; of one hundred and twenty-five

"oath"well as is used in this Ordinance, it and fifty cents ( $12.50) ; provided operated by keepers cf livery stable, more than five an,I less than ten : ( $1:5) dollars for each placef
that merchants paying a regular i using single team two dollars and horses and mules, three dollars and business where they use such stamps.
be held iy: mean affirmation,
may "swear" shall be heldto licence shall not be required t') I arty cents ($2.50), and using double entv-five cents ( $3.''i ) ; more Any person, firm or corporation
and the word affirm. fay this license; dealers In secondhand : '('am. the sum of five (55) dollars. t1!-an ten and less than twenthordes. furnishing lights, either gas or elect

Sec.include 2. No license shall be issued bo-ts and shoes, five ( $5) dollars j I Every band or troup or aggregationor sad mules six dollars and twenty- ric having a capital of $250.000 or
and all for each place of business!! ; each I, other traveling or wandering or five cents$6.25) ; more than twenty more, shall pay a license tax of
for more than oneear. dentist, permanently:>ated. five i nomadic people who shall camp pitch and less than twentv-fivp hordes and seventy-five ( $75), dollars; $I 00.000
the first
licenses shall expire rn but fractional ( $5) dollars; each traveling; dentist, I{' ther! tents, slip and engage in business !pules, ten ( $10) dollars--: more than or more and less than $250,000,,
of -
of Cctober year hereinafter, five ( $5) dollars; drovers !'ellint; 'I of telling fortunes trading 'wenty-five horses and mules, twenty fifty ($50) dollars; less than $t00.OOt ,-
license except aj that prosided auction or otherwise five ( $3): dollars horses, peddling, trading or other oc- t $20) dollars. ) and more than $50.000, thirty-
may be issued to expire on All ; dealers In elec'ncal machinery I I euoation In the City of Live Oak, Lunch stands rr eating houses at seven dollars and fifty cents

day at a proportionate rate.with the or appliances for pr fit, five ( $5); I I shall pay a license tax to the city of railroad' depots seven dollars and ( $37.50) ; $25,003 toOOOO.. ;
licenses may transferred one hundred ( dollars fifty cents ( $7.50). twenty-five ($25) dollars
dollars for each place of business; :, $100) Any ; $10,000to
approval of the :Mayor with taken the business out each lawjer. five ( $5) dollars; green : pers .n violating the provisions of this 'j Machine and repair shop. for $25.000, ten ($10) dollars; less
f there r which is they bona were fide sale and growers and dealers in fresh fruits i I paragraph shall upon conviction, be public use, five ($5) dollars.' than $1 0.000. five ( $5) dollars.

when the a issued andt'mplo'ed and nuts, not merchants ore dollar :i I fined not more than two hundred Lung testers striking machines, Pr vided further, that any Individual,
transfer property business stock in and fifty cents ( $1.50) for each place i I ($200) dollars, or imprisoned not weighing machines ptonojfraplH; company, firm corporation furnishing -
in the transferred as license of business; hypnotist, pr fesslonal. '!! longer than three months or both graphoprones: music boxes, chewinggum gas or electricity to its customersand
trade; but such the fifty ( $50) dollars: hawkers and |I fined and Imprisoned, at the discretion stands, automatic pennyintheslot making a charge by meter and
held to be good only
stall be which it street vendors of medicine drugs or of the Mayor. machine when operated f":r profit I who shall make a minimum charge
length of time for out that was patent medicines fifty ($50) dollars i! Barber shops, running one chair. two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) without reference to the meter shall
taken provided
triginally license shall; be surrendered for each day they attempt to sell; I tw ) ( $2) dollars; for each additional each. i' pay a license tax of fifty ( '0) percent
the or Final beef and meat markets and fish cha'r, fifty cents; billiard or pool Managers of merry-go-rounds, more than ab' ve set out; pro-
to and filed with the for City transfer Clerkat markets shall each pay a license oftwentfi I tables kept for profit, seven dollars twelve dollars and fifty cents vded. however the above provision
the time application \* ($25) dollars. and fifty cents (7.50 for each ( $12.50) ; planing mills and novelty shall not apply to companies or Individuals -
li made and such transfer after being Merchants, store-keepers and druggists table. works seven dollars and fifty cents win furnish meters withoutcost

approved 'shall be of the same for each one thousand dollars i I Hoarding houses, lodging houses or $7.50) ; planing mill, including dry to places of business and resi
the original
r force and effect as or fraction of one thousand dollarsof hotels having accommodation for kiln not connected with saw mill, five dences.
license. stock of merchandise one dollar three hundred or More lodgers or ( $5) dollars. Sec. '5. That all confirmed cripples
Sec. 3. All licenses shall be pay of and fifty cents ( $1.50) for each placerf I boarders shall pay a license tax of Restaurants and public eatingsal physically incapable of manual
able on or before first day business; any merchant keeping one hundred ($100 dollars: two 'ons, having accoTiiipodations for labor shall be allowed t opeddle without .-
October of each year and n' license sewing machines in stock for sale in I hundred to three hundred lodgers or seating twenty-fi\e or more persons paying a license, using their own
fall be issued for any fractional portion the same manner as otter merchandise I boarders .seventy-five ( $75) dollars: twelve dollars and fifty cents capital only not in excess! of five "
of a )ear, except ttat any license shall not be taxed as sew* one hundred to two hundred lodgers ( $12.501( ; less than twenty-five persons hundred d. liars; provided. such cripples
; ot otherwise specified in this Ordinance -, ins* machine agent or dealer. or boarders, fifty ( $50) dollars; five ($5) dollars. shall be residents of Suwannee
may be issued after the first Mental healers or all persons seventy-five to one hundred lodgers Sawmills, including planing millsor County. Florida; and, provided further -
t day of April to expire October first, claiming to heal by absent treatment, or boarders twenty-five ( $25) d 1- dry kilns with dally oitput of such exemption shall be allowed

upon payment of one-half the amount one hundred ( $100) dollars; provided lars; fifty to seventy-five: lodgers or ten thousand feet or less, two dollars only upon the certificate f some reputable -
fixed as the price of such license for that nothing in this clause shall boarders, twelve dollars and fifty and fifty cents ( $:.5'')) ; more than physician of the disability

I one year. I''be nstrued as affecting the members -j cents ($12.50); twenty-five to fifty ten thousand and le.s Shan twentvfive )herein} named.
Sec.I.. That the following "f any Christian denomination I lodgers or boarders seven dollars thousand feet, fire $5) dollars; Sec. fi. That each railroad company ,
enumerated individual license taxes who for the recovery of the sick; I and fiftey cents ( $7.50) ; fifteen to more than twenty-five thouand and whose tracks extend Into or -
shall be paid to the City of Live Oak ; each oculist permanently located, I twenty-five lodgers or boarders, five less than fifty thouand feet ten through the corporate limits; of Lire

by the persons engaged in, managing i five ( $5) dollars; each oculist, traveling ( $5) dollars; ten to fifteen lodgers ($10) dollars; more than fifty thousand Oak. shall pay a licence tax of
or transacting the several occupations seven dollars and fifty cen's or boarders, two dollars and lift) feet, fifteen ( $15) dollars. peventv-five X$75) dollars.
businesses or professions ( $7.50) : provided he has no licenseas I cents ($2.50) : accommodation for Shingle mills bother connectedwith See. ':. It shall be the duty of the
G named to-wit: provided by State law; each lodgers shall be construed to mean saw mills or not hating daB!:- City Tax Collector, before Issuing a
Schedule "A. optician, permanently located, two i the number of beds habitually kept capacity of twenty-five thousand license based on a property valua- ;
Auctioneers five dollars ( $5); dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; each I for such lodgers and not the numberof shingles or more, twelve dollars and tion or capital stock capacity of production
each individual conducting the business traveling, seven dollars and r-oms contained in the house. fifty cents ( $12.50) ; leas than rr other contingency! to
of abstracting titles seven dollars fif' cents ( $7.50) ; each osteopath, Boiler and machine shops and twenty-five thousand shingles Pv require the party applying for said
and fifty cents ($7.50)) ; agentsor five y ($5) dollars: pawnbrokers, for I foundries connected seven dollars day. two dollars and fifty cents license to file under oath. duly
agencies for the purpose of solicit- each of business fifty ( $50) i I and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; bottling ( $2.50): authenticated, a statement of the
lag; orders for or making sales ex dollars and hawkers cf f j works and sodawater factories ten Owners or managers of shooting value of the property or amount of
changes r deliveries of, or perform- merchandise; not otherwise enumerated ,j I ( $10) dollars: brick yards or fac- galleries, two dollars and fifty cents the capital stock or capacity of pr'i I
lug any other service relating to or specifically' herein fifty ($50) t'>rles, five ( $5) dollars; building ( $2.50). dnctfoh. which statement under oath I
connected with any of the persons, : of stoves and ranges and loan associations foreign two Shows or circuses exhibiting or shall be attached to the" mon'h'y report
dollars peddlers
articles, commodities or transactions 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 '1
named below to-wlt: u twenty-five ( $25) :' building and loan associations, local, whether covered or uncovered, withor lector. A failure on the part of the !
- Agents for bicycles. five ( $5) dolbra sold from wagons, dollar i twelve dollars and fiftey cents I without horses twenty-five (125) Tax Hector to require! and attach i
each tuner one i '
dollars piano
; agents f. r typewriters, five and fifty; cents ($1.50) ; each photographer : ( $12.50; carriage and wagon factories dollars; dog or po'nr shows, charging I said oath as afor ld.'s1.lall be cause i
($5) dollars; agents for building and located two Including repairing, one dol- twenty-five cents or less admission for suspension: from office.

loan associations, local five ( $5) dollars and, permanently fifty cents ($2.50) ; each I lar and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; carriage and using no other animal and giving Sec 8. Any person or persons J I
I dollars; agents for building and loan itinerant, five ( $5) repositories, not connected with factories no other kind of performance, firm or corporation, or association, '
associations, foreign, one hundred each selling any patent five ( $5) dollars; cold storage five ( $5) dollars; charging: more than that shall carry on or conduct any !
($100) dollars; agents fIr claims dollars; person right to sell patent 1 plants not connected with ice twenty-five cents admission fifteen business occupation or pt"ofeOslon'tor! i! .

t and collections, not taxed as bankersOr right twelve or any dollars and fifty cents ,I factories for profit five ($5) dollars. $15) dollars. ,. which a license Is required by thIs ;
lawyers, five ( $5) dollars; agentsfor rights: I jfivery Concert halls, pleasure: parks or Skating rinks. bicycle rinks or ordinance without first obtaining 'I!

clothiers or dealers, not taxed as ( $12.50) street doctor or dentist or i i roof gardens, dance halls where bowling alleys' five ( $5) dollar*; I such license, shall, except in such -i i,'
merchants five ( $5) dollars; agentsfor itinerant vendor of any drug i variety performances, musical orotherwls street shows. performances or cases as are otherwise provided by !1 J j
monuments and tombst.nes.local any appliance of any kind intended (\ are given or where females carnivals, for each tent or other ordinance, upon conviction by the :11
two dollars and fifty cents ointment for or the treatment ef any disease are employed as waiters structure and for each day. two dol- : Mayor be punished by a fine of not i
$2.50) ; agents for monuments and deformity by any twenty-five ( $25) dollars. lars and fifty cents $2.50) ; all small more than five hundred dollars, or I
tomb-gtones. traveling, seven dollars or Injury Or manipulation orj Electric power plants companies, shows other than circuses, theatricalor Imprisonment not more than ninety ,
and fifty cents ( $7.50) each agentor drug, nostrum or j days .or by both such fine and Imprisonment ,
; other expedient shall pay a license | firms or corporations with capital vaudeville given; under a tent two I -
member of agencies for real estate. twenty-five ( $::5) dollars. I' stock of two hundred thousand dollars dollars and fifty cents ($2.50). in the dlscreti- of the i
including renting and rent collecting: tax hundred dollars. Mayor The payment of all licensetax
Undertakers not embalmers, or more, one Soda water or mineral water fountains -
fire ($S) dollars; agents for safes, foreale dollars and fifty cents Less than $200,000 and more than not connected with other business I may be enforced by the seizure
or exchange twelve dollar and twelve undertakers and embalmers. -I $100.000. S50; less than $100.000 five ( $5) dollars. and sale of the property by the Col-
fifty cents ( 12.50 ; agents for sew ($12.50); dollars and fifty and more than 50000. $25; less than Telephone system, with 100 Instruments lector. It shall be the duty of the

ing machines five ($5) dollars; thirty-seven watch makers and I $50.000 and more than $25.000. or more owned by any person I Tax Collector to report to the Mayorall
agents; for steamships or steamboats tents $37.50) ; dollars and $12.50; less than 25.000 and more firm. corporation or companyand violations of the provisions of this
twelve dollars and fifty cents repairers of Jewelry. two I than $10.000. $7.50: less than $10.- operated In said city for profit ordinance. Tae City Council shall

(112.50) ; agents for sailing vessels fifty cents ( $2.50) or agents of 000. $3.75; provided that electric shall pay to the city a license tax of furnish to the Tax Collector all

s the $5) dollars; analytical chemists, The owners, managers enumerated Institutions I light plants furnishing both power six: and one-quarter cents ((6'ic) for blanks necessary to enable him to
be (IS) dollars; persons firms or ech of the, establishments following appliancesand : and lights shall be required to pay each Instrument or 'phone installed carry out the provisions of this ordin-

corporations operating amusement transaction of only one license. provided such license shall not exceedin ance.
parks with merry-go-rounds, roller apparatus for the Express companies doing; business total amount the sum of one hundred SEoc9. That all ordinances and
or accommodation
coasters and other amusement places business or the entertainment for in the State of Florida and having an ( $100) dollars. I parts of ordinance in conflict with the
of the public profit, '
Md devices usually found therein, office in the City of Live Oak. shall Theater buildings fitted with scenery provisions of this ordinance be and
tenty-flve ( $25) dollars Architects, shall pay the city license tax set opposite pay a license tax of twenty-five and kept for theatrical and other the same are hereby repealed.

BT. ( $5) dollars; brokers dealing In their respective designations: below or ( $25) dollars. Any express company exhibitions twenty-five ( $25) dollars Sc. 10. That this ordinance
"D" ,
k"td. and stock twelve dollars ani definitions in Schedule violating the provisions of this : theatrical shows or traveling shall become effective on and after

} tfty cents ( $12.50); brokers dealIng to-wit: not I I ordinance and any person who knowingly pla>er* and minst r.s! other than the first day of October A. D. 1907.
In futures, fifty ($50) dollars; Bakers, other than steam I acts as agent for such company th"se taxed as circuses, for each performance Panned at regular meeting of the
broken dealing In insurance five otherwise taxed as merchants, one before it has paid the above license seven dollars and fifty City Council, this 10th day of September
($i) dollars; brokers dealing in land dollar and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; bakers i tax. shall upon conviction therefor cents ( $7.50) : provided that A. D. 1907.
taxed as
and land options, five ( $5) dollars; steam not otherwise before the Mayor of said City be managers of theaters or hall employing CHAS If. BROWN,
broken dealing In merchandise. five merchants, five ( $5) dollars; bootblacks I punished by a fine not more than,one traveling! troupes, theatrical President of City Council.

(IS) dollars; chiropodists five ( $5) one dollar. hundred dollars or by Imprisonmentfor operatic or mlnstr- giving performances Attest: S. P. }I.YS.. City Clerk.
Banks bankers, persons, firms or a period of not more than three in buildings fitted up for such I, S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the

dallac brokers doing a banking business months, or by both such fine and imprisonment purpose, shall be allowed to Rive a* City of Live Oak. Florida, do hereby -
: fortune teller for pay fifty ( $SO) whether Incorporated or not, with a at the discretion of the many performances such buildingor certlfly that the foregoing Ordinance -
!.- dollars; commissioners of deeds of capital stock of five hundred thousand Major. Foundries, not connected with theater as they wish on payment No. 63 was regularly passed by

tar states two dollars and fifty dollars, or over one hundred machine shops, five ( $5) dollars; of a license tax to the city of twenty- the City Council on the 10th day of

t a eeata<< (12.50) ; commission mer- dollars. ice factories, Including cold storage fire ( US ) dollars per annum, and September A. D. 1507, and the same
f eaaats, five ($5) dollars; dealers In Less than $500.000 and not less plants connected therewith and the provided that this section shall not is hereby certified to the Mayor for
cash registers or cash carriers ten than $250.000. $75: leis than $ right to sell at wholesale and retail apply to l"cal amateur performances. his approval.
110) dollars; dealers in cigars orwwco. 000 and not less than $100.000. than; i with a capacity of ten tons per dayor Provided further that this section- Witness my hand and the
who pay no other license less than $100.000 and not less less, five ( $5) dollars; ten to shall not apply to any hall owned or seal of the said City, this
tax. two dollars and fifty cents $30.000( $12.50; less than $50,000 1 twenty tons per day seven dollars used by any charitable or fraternal (Seal) 19th day of September, A.

U2-BO) ; dealers in curios two dolwrs and not less than $10,000. $7.50. I and fifty cents ( $7.50); twenty to organization.: D. 1907. S. P MAYS j
-. and fifty cents ($2.50) ; dealers Every incorporated bank, or other :, thirty tons per dare twelve ,dollars Traveling picture or book agents I City Clerk. .
; Sa dynamite twenty-five ( $25) dol- bank, and every person firm or where company and fifty cents ( $12.50) ; thirty to ding business In said city shaH paya Examined and approved by me this t

; lath: dealers In fresh meats packed having a place of business sixty tons per day twenty,!se ( $2S license tax of ( $5) dollars; provided 12th day of September A, D. 1907.
for the deposits .
Wfrhjerarated at wholesale when credits are opened that agents for the sale of J. B. JOHNSON. Mayor

4' .s-0\ connected with an Ice factory i of money or currency sub dollars. ,


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Published every Afternoon the aid of the negro vote which t
Except Sunday. was almost solid for whiskey, Escam- r

ba county succeeded in defeating ,
prohibition in a total vote of 3,160, Solitaire Diamond Engagement i f
CIIAS. W. 1RVIX, Editor and M'g'r. ."
by the beggarly majority of 202. It l X e. 60. )
Rings, Pins, .
was really a great moral victory for
j Catered at the Posto Ice. Live Oak, I ,
the cause of prohibition, for it revealed Bracelets Lockets and
Class Mail Mail ,
Florida., as Second I
l I ter. November 7. 1905: the fact that a majority of the Capital and Stockholders Liability $100,000.OOf
Necklaces Cut Glass and j:
whites in that county are against the if, '

I COMPANY. liquor traffic and that, with the venal Silver Wedding and Profits fl'
THE LIYE OAK PUBLISHING Sterling f Surplus : : : $30,000.88
negro vote left out, the saloons would I
i have been drh'en"out of business. We Presents, finest of quality Vf
-3 mailed to any part of the United had expected a much larger majorityfor lowest prices. ar I This Bank was opened for business Saturday the T;;

t States, pastage prepaid for $5.00 I I IIE the liquor traffic, and it has beenso 15th of February 1902, with a paid up capital of r .

per year; $%.50 for six mouths; nearly defeated this time that it I

11.25 for three months, or 50 cents i might as well recognize the hand- J. Thirty Thousand Dollars tI :
for five weeks In advance. Delivered -
to any part of the city, by writing on the wall and understandthat ExpertWatch r and January 1st, 1905 its capital was increased to 1 I
carrier for 10 cents per week. the undiscouraged forces at-

i ----- -- still arrayed against it will march l Fifty Thousand Dollars f1'
to victory next time sure. The I
Two Alabama counties lead-
1 i.
Pensacola Journal magnificently led and constantly adhering to legitimate commercial

ing ones. too Talladega and Tuscaloosa the fight against the accursed trafficin Repairing. I banking, loaning money in liberal amounts to reputable ;

have just cut out whiskey by Escambia and its leading articleon i individuals and well rated firms, it has added to its lists

t big majorities. the result of the contest Tuesday, .\Ii Standard Makes for Sale by < of patrons all the time, until now, with the bank only I .

l five :years old it has resources of .
far from showing discouragement
11 A dollar dinner is to be held at so

Omaha on December 7th, on which I fairly rings with 'the notes of coming RADFORDThe 4 One-Third of a Million Dollars
occasion Mr. Bryan will be the guestof victory. We reproduce it entire: I I "
1 "Escamb'a: county's fight against Jeweler : with welf established connections throughout the coun- t
Lonor. lie will make a speech
rw of course, and It is understood that the open saloon has been made and LIVE OAK. FLA I try. than handle the -
i Better ever prepared accounts I'
in that he will his lost. It was a hard fought battle, but 1 '
speech announce --- of the public. this bank continously solicits the business "
Presidential candidacy and outline it failed. But thougn It failed, the I
I of responsible reputable people, promising all the 1 1
hla patriotic men and noble women of courtesies usually extended
14 platform. that are by carefully conducted -
Escambia who made their gallant banking houses. :'Hit
'* r- t
The railroad damage suit industry charge on the long and firmly, entrenched T

leads in strange, direction these days. strongholds of the Grog fl ij [W CO.Ju'.t ij. '----c'---s-I-, ..'-l.-s.---...!> s $-$: -$-$-'-$--$-$-'- t

" I A man in Bradford county, this State Shop have nothing to regret except -_ 1

; is suing the G. S. & F. Railway for their defeat. For The Journal's part, I VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORT i f

$100 damages for alleged negligent it would do the same thing over again ___

.? killing of his Scotch terrier. Thereare today under similar! circumstances ,
great possibilities in this branch I and ,it would rather now go down in -

of litigation If it is worked up prop- defeat in company with a majority cf
!" j recoiled another large ship #
erly. the white_ n fnand white women and DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER

. r I whi I c id en of Escambia county meat of Ko el Hand Brand Candies. '
Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages
; Seaborn Wright, the 13-inch prohibition tha re the fruits of victory on .
i This best made at 15 touts
a pound. J
''" gun of Georgia who led tho: the d of the open Bar Room. We AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEOS. RUNNING f'f'HOT

fight that knocked out the liquor i I regf fAnly hat the cause was lost,but Headquarters for Lowney's also.f WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND .

tr 1n that State, has accepted an I out sytftp/niy: goes out to the good PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.ETC 'I
Vitation to down into Dade : little children who labored RATES REASONABLE '
go womeifyrnu -
where a "wet" or "dry" contest is I soihjjja and heroically in an effort '

! on and talk for prohibition. lIon. I Ii to dfJxfTh iskey, with its demoral- ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOti'VhING' PflRK. fLORIDf\ LIVE Dll

i Frank Clark Is also expected to lenda izing, de r/ding and debauching influences _

i : a hand. Mom the confinesk/o. jlhe ++++III IIIII+i++++++ IIIIIIIIIII.1111111111

J county and whoseytreartg are' nevitI F rl[ DOOK K g rW8 c CO. .
! .

1 F i ; on It the was part a of graceful General and C. noble E. Furlong thing, .I ably/burdeH'Al-rest ihatj\ s tney i //sl Uovttl s/r1'evv,.vain over to a I I ABrandNewStockofDrugs jj jjIN %!s

i i the millionaire Union veteran of New make different

t, York who died the other day, to "But wWr e failed the result f COOK Manager
I t .
leave handsome bequests of $5.000 demonstrates that a majority of the and Owner
' each for the Mississippi State Universities WHITE people of the county are f ;

; the Institute for the Deaf and opposed to the Saloon. There were ;

I 1- Dumb, and the Asylums for the over 600 negro votes cast in the county t New Byrd Building

, Blind and Insane. Doubtless there is and at least 500 of them were cast discussion! it has with this paper. You

a war story with sentiment In it behind I for the Wet ticket. The white people are mistaken neighbor. Doubtless i ON HOWARD STREET. Phone 220. '

these 'bequests. The unwritten I divided on the q"estfon-nulllfif'd your delusion is sincere but it is not

history of the great conflict Is full of I each other's votes-and the venal the less a delusion. The Democrathas i

them. I purchasable and purchased negro decided no false pride of opinion and be- Anew firm. The most carefully selected -

Bob the result. The campaign after ing genuine seeker after truth on i stock. Phone orders promptly filled. f
McXamee made a riproarin ;all, has not been without its goof all issues worth the trouble is quite +

speech over ip Pensacola in behalf effect even though the fight was lost. willing to confess mistakes and retrace +

of the whiskey interest, but the result It has stripped the cloak of respect- its steps when shown its error. Prescriptions :=: Carefully :=: Compounded I ,\

would have been the same without -il ability from the Saloon, as nothing For that reason we feel no temptationto 1+

It. The eloquence of an angel else could have done, and that fa-t "beg the question" In any controversy ---- ---

a. could not have veered those 600 I will have its weight on the young I and we have not consciouslydone .1 Competent Druggists. Fresh Drugs :

negro voters one way or the other. i manhood of the community even I so in any issue: with our Tampa i We solicit your patronage. : : : : : : : I
I They were for whiskey first, last
an-1 j though their
t; I' welfare must continue] "contemporary. Newspapers discuss
i ;: -------- --- -
I --
all the -t.
time and i II
needed no McN'amee .
. J for a time to be menaced bIts proI innumerable themes large and small J.I
gab to
confirm +
their faith. The only
I i sence. and as there is no court of last resort :
salvation left for the saloon u/ie Crescent
the South !i' "But the battle to free Escambiij to authoritatively settle a given issuein I Pharmacy
lies in that noble Hepub- ,
lican Bounty and the whole state' of Florida these: discussions and bring the I+
gift to I
} -negro suf from the blighting curse of the controversy to a period our notion is +
frage. I
l LilJO Oak .Plorida.eo
Saloon is only just t
;1 '. _ I begun. Twojearshence to "get at the meat of the thing" as .
it will be +
fought over again in soon as be
.. When Charles A. Dana was allvt'.1the may and pass to the next -

j New York Sun was'frequently an I this county. If that fails the abolition number on the program. Whetherwe +ni 11 II I1++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ II 11 III 3 It t
1 of the Saloon
exasperating will still be delayed are worsted or not, let the reader

I and capable'paper maliciously of injustice resentful II only one year, for in November 1910. detennln.for himself. From the +tl**i"H"H''H'i"H"H"l"H- ...HHHH"HfrH I 111 I I H-M-H-t-H- 11 tI *
li the
those who differed from It. but it people of the whole state wills minutest bit of a premise on any :t
wa I
never vote to adopt a constittit'onal! amendment question xve can go all over the
silly. Not so now. The other I The German Bakery
day in discussing the which will prohibit the sale of universe in endless argument and ,
contemplatedtrip ..
liquor ,
anywhere in the
state. The neither
of our big fleet of contestant might ever admit
battleships to j :t I
Saloon men therefore have but three defeat while A BRAN NEW INSTITUTION.
the Pacific the Sun said. "The constantly charging th> i, +
is navy years at the most in which to ply: other with "
going to the Pacific "begging the question
; Japan and Japan recognizes for war the with fact I their trade. They must then get out, But that would hardly give opportunity 1 I: : Bread Rolls, Pies and Cakes

and is preparing, for it." No and there can. In the face of the trend for the frequent change! of subject
leading i
newspaper in this country has ever of no public excuse that sentiment everywhere, \b i as necewary in dally journalism i; and all the products of a first-clas bakery.

said anything so absurd as this. Mr. sufficient notice they have not had as it. compiling a dictionary, and so ;i: Fresh Every Day. Courteous treatment
Taft, onr secretary of of what It inevitably we leave to our Tampa friend all the
war, perhapsknows i will
coming. be accorded all. Your patronage solicited
glory he
more of our intentions toward can get from his amia.ble :

Japan than the writer on the Sun. It is weakness of charging the Democrat
an old device
and he has just told the Japanese -as old as among disputants with "begging the question" and pass '! t J. RUBENSTEIN. Proprietor.

people with the utmost possible controversy Itself on to something: else.
emphasis L- for one to I
charge the other with Ii t
we did not
intend to g n "begging the question" when be. who i| *+*< > I 111 HIllll H' H-H i H H-l i' H '1 l-M-M-l U 1 I 111VVm t"
i, to war with them. There Isn't a sign makes the : A dispatch from Pensacola Fester- =-
charge, finds -
1' on the horizon of either country that >d in the hlm.elfhornert day had it that Franklin county went h Ah !>1" "M..y W-M"fi/yyiA"Y!.'!>'!' '!-
war Is intended; neither is ready for argument or otherwise wet by :1 majority but that must !i
at i
I a disadvantage. St=LL INOTIIINIG EXCEPT
It neither wants The Tampa have been a mistake, for
; It. and there U the Pensa-
no Tribune \i
bas fatten into this habit in 1 Health and Accident
cause for It. Even the Plunktown its controversial I Journal has a dispatch from i j

r Patriot would have more sense thanto Democrat, relations to the Apalarhteoia stating that the ('om-j Annual.Seiri-Anmial.; Quarterly or Monthly rnrmotr't .
I and with !
: say that our navy is going to the regularity it rings oat, monotonous pete retunrsptowed that the county I II I PITTS & McEYVEN, General Agents, LIVE OAK rLA. ,
"Begging th
Pacific for war Japan. i.'ad gnp dr,: b 11: ma rlty. No i' P. S.We need
I tl"
wjh question at the conclusion of I 't a more good Agents in North Florida
I' every ;, T :ors Fa'ooi.* for Apalarhicola.
j I "'! >> "
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the roo.IS .In TJhe Comparison I I New Piker Enugland.-Missed I hear the Some you've Scenery.great been touring scenery Live Oak, Perry & 6ulfR.'R. Co.

up there, ain't there? ,-

Old Skidder-So I've heard; but The Mineral Springs Route.
:r""r l we didn't see any of it. Went .

through in an automobile you know. ._ --' 1

GIijCij( ".. -Puck. Class ?IRT CUSS Shf1EUCLE. TIYBT CLA33 (tai Clan 1ti'

:1L Lest We Fn and i i and M Pan Pus Pan Pus Pan AUG.EFFE'EIVE IX, 1907 Pats Pas. Pass Pass Pass IFrt sod land
Pasa,Paul f Pane Pau9
forget-Baby is restless, can't slep at 1
I 5 1 13 j
night won't eat cries spasmodically. A M1A.M A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M STATIONS ;A. l A.M P.M P.M P.M P.MP.M, ,

A bottle of White's Cream Vermifugenever
Daly ex 1Sun Sun Sun D ex Sun D ex D ex Sun Sun Sun Daily ea J
.' fails to cure. Every mother Sunday only only only Sun only rwn ly __ Sunday
Lye Lre Lre Lve Lre Lre Lre Ar Ar Ar Ar Ari Ar ArT
should give her baby White's Cream
T is s 4011 1 2 bon .m..Li_ o.L m Y5 Il so sir 1 W! s zs 6 ou
I Vermifuge. So many times when 8 1130{ a 5511 215 b 18 ?..Starr. .. 10 061130 s s7 842; o b
I the baby is pale and fretful the 8 1011351 9 0211 35 2 r2 S L' .Mercer....... .... ,le 011125 b 637; 356 S ris
IS 1140! 9 I13K 3 ffi b Putt.. .. .. 9 bs Il Z? 550 a ssi 3 eo 526e
i mother does not know what to do. aell Sr 91S t1 4s 235 5 Lancaster......... 1471112 542 8 25. 3 3b. 810 1

pp .... ...... !0
A bottle of this medicine would bring 9 2S 9 Il 58 540 ; 351. Dowling Park ; a son Os sir ass s is! S is 3

.. ....... .
9 12 30 12 02 b 3 -Chaney !
color to his cheeks and laughter to 4 W 619 55010f7 2 10 525 8 OS 305 3 1:
Particular people whose pride bind name and his s 11 L" a 936121i 411 S 5 45'. .. Mayo........Day.Junction..... ..... 9 10)141 SO 203 515! 8 300{! 306 ..
eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by 9 9 47 41.6 Sib... ... .. 9 51 255
4 605 913 040 s os 2 esi
J pride in product goes into their stationery have i Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw 16 9 a 1014 9 44 4 143 25 6 6 25 10 {.. .----Townsend.... -Smtb... .... ....... 8 90510 471014 m b 4 Cl S Y 40! 4
I 10 10 32 S of 6 4 Fenholleway s f 58
4 2
< Coupon Bond [irrespective of price for {! 10 10 b 1 7 -Ferry.......... B 1 910 10 150..
preferred A woman will forgive a man almost !'_56 ll 'It b 30 7 1 Nxmntnn Sorinrs. 8 06 9 00 1 30.I .

I anything except failing to note audibly I
::9 over fifteen years. MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. ;
I that she is pretty.NOTICE .

j Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow careful
i methods that make for firmness and perminance are Foil ITIILICATIO.V. I12l! l i ii I! Lre, Ar Ar Ar .
I vl" : 1 i Q, ......Ma'b Junction_..._ Z s Z 65
J1) [ )1 00 1 rID Its beautiful -
still used in making --- -- --,-- ---
l Ht'll,rtmt'nt of the Interior Land X12, 47 {112: 20I 6'SbI! .-. ...:.... Dell.... -..... .. 1 SI 7 240 .
i color and texture, its remarkable toughness and erac- ,It2 5i !!12 2Si :I I 6 02.. ......... .Ff'tenaolL ......... 1 41 T 44 232 ,
......... .. ,. .........
' make it only distinctive paper-but the de Office at (;aillt\ille, l'I.,., Sept. I 1O61231$07: 1 1 Mayo n .1 T 220 'Ij.
qualities a --- ----'
ing J.J, IDOL Ii'--12: P.M'P.M1.U: ... ... .....-Alton........... 1 T 215A.M
;[> luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. P.M A.M P.M A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M ,M P.M !
Notice is hereby given that Milton ___ __1-
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: letters that they will compel a reading ,
Write so ISa ''
: your i i Frazier of Ellaville, Fla., has filed D eXID ex Sun Sun 11 f'X Sun ex un Sun Sun un D ex D es
them {gun Only OnlyOnly; Sun Only Sun On y Only Only my Sun Sun
: -write on i' notice of his intention to make final i-: ; .1
T11'\ 2 12 14 6 16 4 8S
t five-year proof in support of hU i I I

@ @ ((1DP@{ [ID@J\f[ ) @ claim, %iz: Homestead Entry No. I 1
Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and -1
] 29972, made May 2C, 1900, for theI 1
AtlantIc Coast Line. For further information as to schedules and connections
r to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing I I (>st half of northwest one-fourth:, call on any ticket agent. -f D :

of'ourhouse : .. ( costs 'Section 30, Township 1 south Range ,J. LEE: ExslliI'reJdent., u. P. 1I0I'KIX, Traffic )rana er. ... :
{ ,
; no more than v Oj ldhi! W1! i :.:\ lh' other 112 east, and that said proof will be i ii

good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve j made before Clerk Circuit Court, at
. you as wellThe 1 Live Oak Fla., on Nov. 6, 1907.

: :; .American i lIe names the following witnesses i .
COUPON BOND book .h o.&a ,: Writing Paper Co.
artoui weitfhU-tiniahoii and cukHwamt to prove his continuous residence upon Time Table No. 20

sent how you with finely the the mmeof paper prkntlwill a kkulprintLargest be 1: uiufaturers of the ('muer i. and cultivation of, the land, viz: I

or wdlwnteusonyourbuamearlet.statwner who can supply you-If mental i'Aper in the World. R L. Millinor of Ellaville, Fla; U. Taking Effect SUNDAY; JUNE-30, at 12:01 A. M., 1907.
you 1
.terhead. j 29 Mills. HOLYOKE, MASS. T. O'Hara, of Ellaville, Fla.; J. E. SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE

i Brazell, of Ellaville, Fla.; Henry laUD

r Wright, of Live Oak Fla.HENRY
---- ---- -- -- -
". ---- S. CHUBB, I '1's
I 2:4: :
No. .L 1 '
) PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I IJ T. J. LYLE dw.sept5-1mo Register. lfi.edFgt.j Mail Ml N0.and Local '1Daily
and STArl/hvr. I Freight .1
Practical Ed fee paid. Except. EXI DlUly.>res Express Daily ,Dai/7 ExSunday. iI [

: M. DIXON, I I lkepttCun 1:1 1-
Take something now and then to

{1 :. I 35 j ear's experience help the stomach. Kodol will do thi*. I 7 :1 i ':-'-"'-lire t Oak_...... '...- ...Ar :1 j ji'
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DENTIST. I,Good stock of Watches always on hand. It. is a combination of natural digest- 7 : : : : :: Purter L _........... ......y ......Lr.10 : : ::
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OBTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE ]! ants and vegetable acids and contains 140 a m'' 4 6r II JLV La-4 r Lr.O a& a a 4 18 p m a

f WORK : SPECIALTIES. I the game juices found in a hea- '7 Et a S et p m L.. ....-.. Ki 3 6 ..-...._.._. .Lg 1P 1. a m 440 I'm ::1,

, CLINTON & MnKS thy stomach. It h pleasant to take. 519p- r.. .. .....,... W/lmarth-.._... ..'... ._Lr!"1ka /26pm 1'Otxam

BROOME, It digests what you eat Sold b> Live -- j,

\ M.E. Oak Drug Co. octdw.The S 30 a m Lv. Wlmarth........... ..._...._Ar. ;
; U y
------ I 800 r_... _Lu avdk..._. ..._..... ...-:- ;
a m
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Lv. .Luraviilol. j
LAW. 9 66 a m --- 203
Wholesale and Re- more a man has in 4..
: 9 36 a m ,1r___ -Wkhnarth.. .-.--
LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. this world the less pretending he has l0 OO a m 5 29-pLv... ... .Wilmarth._._--_----'r 9116 a t 2J p m
Win practice in all the courts of the State. Special to do to get through it. 0.6
attention given to Conveyances. Collection tail Dealers in Florida I S2 pmLy --Su.aa River.L.. 81'1 a 41d pin
if B Etc. All business promptly attend- Ilo".n
.I to I 39 pm L.___Norwoo-L.... .____L.. 9 u" 4 OJ pc
No home is 'so pleasant, regard- a.1
NOTARY PUBUC STATE AT LARGE : 10263 /) pm Ar.__-..- .Ma>o .. ......_.._Lv9td .
-- arid Western less of the comforts that ODt'111 4a a Lr..._ ......_._.M o............___.__.Ar.to nl4tpml0 .
I IiSI I buy. a*: when the entire family is in &II jAr _._.Atesn................__Lv.
DR. J. W. WEST perfect health. A bottle of Orino 11IV. a a Lr.. _.......A1t ..........__...__ .

and taxatite Fruit Strap coats SO cvatK. 11 It. m :r.Ar_..... .M _....Mayu..=_..=_. .L!' .
Physician Surgeon. 't 1 -1----1. _..... -- ............... ... -. ._.Ar.
It will cure every member of the 1115 a m, 5 4Z pl\tL. : 934 a 8 41k mll2sa

1 Office; Carroll Building Ohio Avenue. ] m.S49DmLv"{ "' _.....--San 1'Erw ............_.......... ..Ar. 931tan
family of constipation, sick headache ;

Residency at Ethel Hotel. or stomach trouble City 1'har- In 3i mi' IE P mLY.--......_.....Sa1410s.d, _..........._.._._.Lre 926a 326pm

nt.c-oiice,N .148. ..._.... .. .
Phone 24. oct-dw LY."..._._ Id_ .Ly.
Rest&nce.Nos. 23 or 168. mar) 112 60 m; 6 M P" L.-Ai 108 a "m

Drug Store(BarcUvlb Groover) No 1"- -- --- 1 12 It.. ml I 611 pm1Lr... ._..,.... .. .. CharMun.... -....""...._.._....Lr. 900. m 4 pm ,

if the world will approve of whata 'I t j L., .... .......... .. ...... .Lre 8 lie t 30 I
1250a 2'l .Kae-- pm
deliveries ml' II m a
man Is doing he manages to let him18elf : !Lr__.... ..F'enhrewu_....- __....L. 0 46 tlll lit
1238 36 p n. a P
& TII0:1If SON, I get caught doing it. mLv.I _"'_.De m IA k.......-...... _L.. '
I 12 5U a m 643 I' 888 a 1.

anywhere in the ; 100 m Ar..__ --_..........Ferry.......... ........._......Lv. 8aam
m 6 be D ; 140.


City. : Picture PostcardsAny I (d) Telein&b or Telephone Station. m Flag ltatton. \0 Register. (a) Register s.P. (a
InE OAE. : : : FLORIDA. Ii Agency Station T I'.I\L."TON.; Superint..ndeftt.
W. s:IIAuu8 Gf'nerall'-nur Agent
r View, Anywhere I

WALL PAPERWhen CRINClaxative Made to Order For -

in need of nice wall paper half A Cent Each 1- f
Sell Merchants
CoPied from any photograph or print forwarded Only t
call ., to us with" the order. Name of party ordering ,
on H.H. PETTY at ,
FruitSyrup i will be imprinted on each card as publisher wita I ,
address. l'otcards reproduced and delivered '
OJNTON:& MEtK'S MARKET. j within 10 days from receipt of order copy and CARRY STOCK OF K

Pleasant to take I description of 1IC'f'nr-for..hich a maximum of 50
'i word w allewcod. PhvCowmilc and I'hototype Comet and Obelisk Flour Meal Grits Corn
THE UNION The laxative. Does Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed without ,
new charge. in return for name and address of party Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all.
specimens wnten on any kind of a
not gripe or nauseate. I requesting Picture Postcard or Your business stationery lot kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, I ij

Pressing Club. Cures stomach and liver percent, to 250 per cent. PROFIT Taking OrdersjandSelhng"AMERICAN"Trade I
Crackers Potash Powder
i Mark)LOCAL Candy, Soaps, Washing ; I ILIVE
DO troubles and chronic con- I VIEW FICTURE POSTCARDS. One Exclusive Lavadura Extracts Tablets Lead Pen-
"T FORGET, in honor to you : Wholesale IhatributorandManufeeterero Agent Wntting ,

"t for thank you in advance (the public! stipation by restoring the i Publisher[photographer.or Printer Dealer.[Jobber.WANTED Local in Newspaper every city cils, Box Paper, Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. j

i Tour patronage. On Howard town and\Ulaxe. LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CONTRACT Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and
f Street natural action of the stomach ,
next door to the Lire Oak Write for terms. TEN Handsome Arkansas -
Steam Photostraite and Phototype Picture Postcards Wrigleys Chewing Gums
Bakery, is the place to haveseat liver and bowels.
will be 4et to any address on receipt of
and nice work done on short Refuse subatliutPrice OOo. FIVE [2cJ STAMPS.American Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers,

BoUce. We do General Repairing Photo Cleaning, In most cases consumption results Inc. Reproductions for Any Purpose fer A ayProcess.
Mending and Dyeing.
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Special from a neglected or improperly
; attention given to Altering
Hau Furnishings. Rates to Merthauu..he treated cold. Foley's Honey and Tar 337 Peartora St Chica, those quarters Vnttine while Merchants in the city.are Cordially invited to make our office+ their fccad-

.. cures the most obstinate coughs and Harrison 4691. ,
deal in Gents' FurnlshI )
prevents serious results. It costs Makers oflPteture Pcstcards.CotorphotoStereoggraph > OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT ."-

I j ;D. A. Nickerson you no more and than you the should unknown insist preparations up-- SlIp lemetau*. CaVnJers., Magaxtoe Pictare Coders for, Newspaper Inserts for Editions Art

on having the genuine in the yellow de Luxe Pictures for Framing., 'Art Studies live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.
: ihnae.222. or reproductions for any purpose in any quantity
LIVE 0 package City Pharmacy oct-dw. i3 St
from 1000 up. Write for rates -

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;:./ 1. .B. BARTON, PresiddiL t\
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'. ):- ..' ,-':' H._M. 'WOOD, Chairman finance Com. "
E. J. BLUM, 1st Vice-President. ,
ARNOLD P., MfCKLER, Cashier.
i D. L BYRD, 2nd VIce-President. ... : .
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i. t.. The Citizens Bank? @f; Live Oak l

(() Opened for business Sept. 3rd under the most flattering Circumstances, and backed 1 bt?

,i t () many of the tyest business men and financiers of this section 6f Florida, solicit the pat.

I' F O ronage of the Banking public ,' and insures every.ourtesy'* and accommodation that i is.O -.

consistent with ..- t /W- J

$' <: ', : v 'JCosd&rvaiiye "

'. : and Sound Banking* Principles.i .:>:v. :

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) Visit us in our new quarters, corner"Ohio Avenue and Howard street, whereva cordial welcome awaits:one and all. /*

9l Our courteous chic'r1 Mr. Arnold ft Mickler, will take great pleasure in showing you, our ,

W. New lodern Vaults, Banker's Chests;'" .Etc. ,

( which we believe will be of muh interest to our customers. The cashier will also \take special pleasure ,in explaining .,

m to every one our new methods and systems of opening New Bank Accounts, buR INTEREST COMPUTING

( SYSTEM in our Savings Department etc. all of which will be instructive and of much interest. [

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.. !) Oct. 1st IS ail Ideal Tune to Open an Account Vht the New 7f ;;Bank. :;

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We hope our friends and the banking public g rierally, =will not forget this, .and be

I governed accordingly. A11:'Deposits Made In Qur Savings Department -

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


r .1 The Citize '-g Ban of Live Oak ,


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t r }'LOmu.nmlm.T..: 1)1:an. LAN'l) OFFICK MAN PROMOTED Prayer: by Chaplain Bond. I PAliTY '

Some talks were made In regard !TICKETS
Letter Showing where Some of Them : ]
.\ Stanford Leaves ,
i Special gent to the adjutant signing pension applications
' Sleep In }'arwa1 Xurth.I .
(Gainesville for New Orleans. and it was deemed unnecessary -

t t (Times-Union, 30th.) i i (Gainesville Sun.) under the present )aw. I ++- :live Oak to DowGng Park on sale daily d. '

!. Mr. T. P. B. Jones of Xo. 431 East i; E. D. Stanford special agent of Assistant, Adjutant L. M. S Jt3.111 : \\ at rate of 50 cents round trip with 1ttL '

'':. One Hundred and Fortieth street sew hit lll lt"l\ Minimum of ten fares. Call tffffi1.II .
the United States land office, who has resigned office: end Comrade ... on ..
t': York City, has given special attention I made his headquarters in Gainesville White was elected to. fill the place. Hllilla.III I 1\. tiJ.et Agent Phone 15l for '

r;' to Confederate the work dead of preparing who rest lists under of the the for the past two or three years, has Col. Hob son being called upon to I U1\Wb\ %\ Hi. further infonration. Ij .t: 111111tit.

(. than those that bend ben promoted, which will be glad make a talk, did so on the subjectof -
skies other ----- -- -- ----- -
working On the organization of the I
to his friends, although
b. above the old home States and in the news numerous G. W. Umstead Is ginning our cot- his speed was increased and rerrttxa

's i\. progress of his work he has found, they will regret very much tt sons of veterans.A ton as fast It is carried to him. Mot he was soaring like-an eagle. Ht remarked
lose him. motion prevailed for the chair-
t' even in the far-away north graves of the farmers are carrying. their to me that he was a Uttk
Mr. Stanford Thursday receiveda man to invite Col. Roberson to be *
filled by Florida soldiers soldiers on teed back home. nervous on such occasions. But
telegram from General, Land Com- present at the picnic on the 8th day'of .
denied a last look again at the old Mrs. Lawson and daughter spenta discovered that nervousness tdtiatidity
missioner R. Ballunger, Washington, October as one of the speakers.
familiar scenes of home. few day!' visiting in the country .was soon gone and .P*
instructing him to proceed to New Adjutant Mickle was then instructed '
Mr. Jones' Letter. last week. the whole Jie gave us a flner speed.
to draw on the treasury and
wil'assume '
where he
Orleans charge
Mr. Jones' letter, sent to the The Confederate veterans had an The Colonel led the Ringing lad Wit
as chief of field staff of the ninth pay the Stale and National dues.
Times-Union because he deemed surviving Interesting. meeting on the 30th. Col. $o nicely.. Dtnl1-"was .theu'k:
Elected A. Tison and A. Bond t'
division,, comprising the States of
comrades and relatives, too, I.. E. IJoberson .was" present and made DOHi c<*d. Sat* a dinner ypti
Florida Missouri Arkansas, Alabama : to the State reunion, the camp pronvbing -
; might wish to know where slept the an encouraging, talk to the oil fee un:eas >ou go out iej
" : Louisiana and Mississippi. to day their expenses and 1 *% *
't dead is herewith published in full'I' soldiers. people who make these good ,
While ,Mr-Stanford made up paid Comrade. Skelton
"Xew York:No. 451 E. 140th SL I regrets verymuch Adjutant Skelton resigned, and J. They are the back )(\ne. sinew ulmudrill

"Editor Times-Union.. Jacksonville, i to leave Gainesville he says it one dollar seventy-five cents onto L. White was elected in his place. The .,f the commercial: worli
is a promotion which he cannot af- his a'd the National reunion
I Fla.: I I olds veterans are growing fewer and They keep the whole of business
I ford to pass by. It gives him not at Va. I ; '
i I "Dear Sir-Thinking there maybe I II thtfiher. etch year. motion. \Succ* s to the union II..
: Passed of sympathy
only more salary, but more prestige,
I readers those who .'Hl
among your t P. G. VETERAN.Farmer. cotton jsrower*; A. DGeorgia
I I 1" would be interested in information as and is a step higher in the land ofti"e..I for Comrade S. Bond in his sfcknes.3, a. .

I work. Having the matter in his and appointed Comrades Brim Stair- -
to the burial places of the following Suite Fair. .
ling and Espy a committee to visit .' Union Macedonia..
hands however, he may decide to
named boys in gray, ten writer desires Fair will be bell
make his Gainesville him. Qomrade W. W. O'Hara came. The fergik State
headquarters in Mr. Editor When have
I to put said information at your :- you a 10th to t't
at Atlanta/Ga., October
disposal."In instead of New Orleans.. forward and was enrolled as a member -i pleasant time among good people a*. tbew
the'date of ile
26th | >
Cypress Hill National cemeteryare Mr. Stanford is quite popular hav- of the .camp and paid dues for home or abroad on land or on sea win' frIll October 10th tt
I tickets be
the graves of about 200 Con- ing been in public life for many years. twelve months.A you want to tell it, to others. Well l U

federate soldiers who died while I He was at one time a member of the I motion prevailed to adjourn to I I I just want to say. Col. J. B. Johnson Ottotjer 28th, inclusive. ParUea it

and I State Senate of North Carolina, and The 31st of December, 1907. Up stale t off Florida who desire
prisoners here among them were and myself by special invitation elthetpfrom
was for two terms clerk I.. M. SKELTON, I take thVs trip. cdn, g"t rates
journal ol
found the following names: I spent the day with our friends a Oak at the

M. I. Kelly. Fifth Florida; Let the Senate of that State. He was ; r ASfct. Adjutant. Macedonia. The Colonel n>ad% :a, Jacksonville or i.'V- Iron,

Weeks. Fifth Florida; J. Cannon afterwards elected State librarian, : I speech while 1 lobed alter Xbaniir- very much reduced ra:.' of 1.85 (rOIl
Pine Live Oak aad return II" $' 0.35 ,
a Ninth Florida; W. D.lnn, regimentnot after which he served three year Final
stated; J. J. Dixon. regiment not in the United States Treasury Department I lo'armers' are working hard to When "t>. arrived on the groundswe Jacksonville mad re- '' r 11I,
; of the tickets to n"- r but up >
:, stated. at \\'ashington.Returning I gather their cotton crops. The crop were kindly received and made to :. 'fbe9',

"In Frederick Maryland in Olivet to North Carolina Mr. I is short in 'its yield. feel at home. I could b.ut notice the ,' midnight of Octoiio tsl
tickets -
;.t cemetery, near the splendid monu- :j Stanford practiced law with great :There is some sickness in the com- children so neatly dressed. It show- entitle par- :
ment to the Confederate soldier success before entering the Land Department the ;itmods. For f'1" and dett
munity-chiefly whooping cough and ed the tender and loving i care of '
i its t ruwtion, Yo ri i>- '" i
1 erected there are the graves of a I of the United States GoI' \'- fever. J mothers at home. These good people Jed ",
great many who died as a result of The weather is delightful for the bad evidently been_1,9ottiDg'forwardt : neAgent,

the Antietam campaign and Moao- I' } last few &$-.. The bright sunshine this day expecting to have a good District Prins; : c.ast U f
Minutes of Camp J. E. Finigan. At:a'l r 1
cacy battle. I is certainly welcome. after so much time. and had prepared sumptuously -mn1I1e.. FIa.I r
"Among the former these names! Live Oak Fla., Sept. 30 1997. rain. ti. for it. Mr. H. was' first introduced

I" f may be found: I| Camp J. E. Finigan No. 1514 m;t'in Our Sunday school te growing bet to the audience and in a very modest I ", -- -

I "J. McNeal, Eighth Florida: G. : their regular quarterly meeting ter. way paid his respects and compliment I Tact is tkeabili8". J u 8ffjj| t
out of a hole as s i' :: : T
: B. Gransham. Eighth Florida; J. R. and the following business was attended Sugar cane is looking well in this to the ladies who had taken so f

White Eighth Florida; Baxter S. to.Called secttoQ. also potato are very good. HHKB pains to make the day a success jumped iat* H. vt'e

L Baxter. Eighth Florida and C. Davis to order fcy W. -\t. Tte0a. We farmers are trying to rakeplenty and I arust say it was. The A ,smnitai fuss iu-' many ,

Fifth Florida. Respectfully commander aad Ute rail calied ant for Jtome use. also hog and! Colonel was-next Introduced and went sloes ti.r are ,,:.;- who beat

"T. P. B. JONES." marked. hominy. t o3 like a "deer in a walk" but soon abotitS.1

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