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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 4, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Cairo 11. Oct. 3.-Presideut Washington, D. C., Oct. S.-The

Roosevelt arid party arrived at the I f c National Association of Cotton Manufacturers .

Cairo wharf omptly at 9 o'clock \ i. t ? convened here today In
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and were saluted by the Danville \ \ semi-annual session for a two-days'

battery and hun reds of steamboatand meeting. About two hundred defe-
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other whistles. The party was gates representing nearly every cot-

met by the reception committee s ton section of this country and more
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headed by Mayo George Parsons Vc-' : 1 than a hundred cotton/m nufacturi -

l and fifty carriage all drawn by white ? 1 ers from England, Cetmany, Italy,
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"horses conveyed A hem along the line i France Portugal and Belgium, were

of march to St. ary's park. A squadof n in attendance. The contention here

police and $10 Fourth regimentof (IaC' d is preparatory tb the fliternational

Illinois natio al guard, headed by Conference of Cotton G veers Spinners -

the Fifth Regi ental band, led the ''I and Manur/e/ ure /, which will t

.r procession.On ; be held in Atlanfe Ow., Oct. 1-', The

arrival at the park. Mayor foreign iielesalA will aUo'attend the

Parsons introdu !ed Gov. Deneen, who I Atlanta on utlon./

addressed the people briefly and e a : The prWyimmeAr today's session

then Introduc President Roosevelt, was interesting. ifecra, >ary of Agricul-
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'\ who began speaking at 9: 40, and continued I ture Wilson o/en I the conventionwith

until flO:50, after which the an add followed by discussions

f party return d to their boats and remained It is umored that tne president is not satisfied with the results at the peace conference at The Hague and int of the fallowing subjects: "Gen-

in port until 11 o'clock, t*..*. ... v.... ,.------S-..*.. vi flue O .na.' Wasntn..vii. eral Question of Cotton Mill Fires,"

when the flfcet started for Memphis -Morn in Sponesman.Review. by Charles H. Fish, Dover, N. H.;

amid the booming of cannon and -- "Cotton Manufacturing and Fire

::1 other popular demonstrations.Over FA.V.Ol'S SOt' ": CYCLIST, t GKKAT: EPISCOPAL ('nX\'I-:XTIOX I I Waste," by H. L. Phillips Hartford, s
NEW\ MEXICO STATEHOOD __
lO.OoO people listened to thepresident's ,, ; Conn.; "An Analysis of Usage," by
< Walthmir, of Atlanta, Will Recover Meets In Kichniond With Delegate
aaJress, and ovation after George Otis Draper, Hopedale. Iass.
i i iC ovation was given him. From Accidennjii Jeniiaiiy. --I T -- From Many Lands.

More than 0,000 persons were Advices from Berlin state that 1'PiF.S.: HOOSKVIj'LT: PKOMISKS; TO Richmond., Oct. :.-The Forty- Sl'ICIDK DKL11AY.

scattered alone the line of marcK Bobby \Valthour wh injuries in ] Sl'PPOUTMHASIT.K fifth nia1\general convention of --
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and 2.000 school children .on platform I a race at Berlin Suuflay night were the" Protestant Episcopal Church con Ceu"e: of Poor Health Ian From

3 saluted the president and supposed to bo fa)&I is slowly improving vention in the Halted t States convened he North Hit.His Head Off.

r rtr party. and that Ms recovery is BOW GOV. CURRY ?INCH INTERESTED[ today and organ bed for busineea. Miami Metropolis.)

E ,_ expected. Wathodr had a terrible Of the 102 members of the house

t IIATTLKU KILLED CHICKEN'S. fall while going/it a pace that would of Bishop only ten were absent and The ordinarily quiet community of 4

have made the/ swiftest mail train the. attendant of clerical and lay Delray was shocked early Saturday
full Will lie Introdiired Nest Ses'4onand
fi Got Away With Three lU-fore He Was look like it wsl standing still lie members of tfe House of Deputies evening by the suicide of Edwurrd S.
Pushed In a Finish ,
i Discovered and Killed. was taken from\ he track unconscious was nearly complete. A large number Mann, of Saginaw } \ top 1

and suffers; from concuMion of foreign high church dignitaries part of his head U1't almost
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of the brain.. At fiat it was supposed Cairo. Oct. /.-GoCurry, of New were preseni, including the entirely off by a : from
l' Mr. J. A. Thompson, who resides he was dead but arriving at a Archbishop of Ape West Indies and a single barrel shotgun, the muzzle
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11 t on Mr. S. J. Carter's place in the nearby hospital h/ rallied. Mexico, who peat last night on the the Bishops of London. St. Alban-j, having been placedt inVhis mouth and

I Naylor district had a rather unusual The accident was caused by an am- boat with the\ I'E8idfttt! received a Montgomery Niagara Quebec, Ontario I the trigger pulfcd.. wtie tragedy was

experience with a rattlesnake Sunday bulance surgeon ttemptlng to cross promise from him to support single and McKefizie river. I ended about 5 'o'cVcK and the body

I- Bight, according to reports which the track in order to reach a rider statehood for Ne\* Mexico. The businessVf the two houses interred yesterday morning at 10

'I- come from there. Mr. Thompson who had fallen and broken an arm. "He anthoricttl me to say," said was confined t<1 organization, and o'clock in tbj, metery at Delray.
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heard a noise among his chickeus The physician was struck bVal- both bodies re ,lected all of their Deceased hid been in poor health 3If
the Governorthat he is for t
and went out in the yard to see what thour's motor paced by Franz Hoff- sta.te-I officers by ace!amation. Routine for some time \nd, arrived at Delrayon

1 ,; the trouble was. His daughter went man. The impats instantly killed the hood for New Mexico alone, and will business, preliminary to the general; th \ !1J f, coming direct from his

with him carrying the lamp. They came do all he can to secure passage of a i home Mich.
( physician and near ending! the business that comes before the coavention in Saginaw, to visit his

I. v found three frying size chickens dead life of Walthou\and Hoffman.r. .'I: single statehood bill. We will have i was then disposed of. sister, Mrs. Fred('i. Fenno. He brooded

In the yard and also discovered that over his affliction, and it is said
, t --- ---- the bill Introd kl early in the mxt!

&J three other chickens were missing. s. sl-: x.10n'QI'ITTIW.. session," the oAernw added. "and :I A ta.UX OF CORN had not only eon mplated suicide,

They looked about in all directionsto .- I but has discussed Last Friday
will tight it to a finish."
oj see what had, killed the chickens Senator llorah, of Idaho Found Not ''In (reorgU 1UI>)\ Throat Koults in with a of voting people Mr

.. f-. but could discovek no cause. Finally. Guilty of Defrauding Government. iHath.WajrcroM. Mann visited e Hou% of Refuge, i
AX U.M'AID: KILL I
\- ', the daughter tang t the fiery eyes off Boise. Idaho, Oct. :.United States and while tkere the
I: f./ Ga., O"t. %.-News has lightb/use
f something out in thV dark. Then she Senator William;. Borah tonightwas thought at tb4 at Hills-
.e; (':1U"(-,,, Shooting: of Uailriut Man In : reached \Vajcnws of a \er> sad Hcli -
could detect the din\ outline of what aCQUitted of the charge? of 'OR" i boro wool e a fine p ceJrom whichto
.f; t' I Plant ('itf.I Beat that happened about eight mites f
: ,.. ke thought tas a monster snaka. spiracy to defraud the government of I. commit #x&c/Je.& /Later on,. and
south of
'0 this city the result of which
The father's actenWn was called to Idaho timber lands. Plant City Oett; .-Special Ageat when the party retyfoed from a bath
. was the death of a littl }t\\o-year-old
} r it and he fired \t the object with his The case was submitted without Booth of the Atlantic Coast Line. in the surf they .found him with a
0" baby jrirl of Mrs .\. /Dow line;. It
. Pistol the big reptile instantly argument by the defense and the who acts in the/capacity of a traveling rope with which ft is presumed he
+ seems that the little on*, week ,
a
..r.f .t began flounder ;bout shaking its jury was out just long enough to detective, vjks shot and seriously ago intended to hang himself. t
. was plalnq''y handful of
) corn
1C rattles andycreeping* away from the take one ballot. injured about fc30 last night by D. On request Mr. Mann was allowedto
grail
:2 !. when a of it\vcame lodged in
). K ne. An effort *as made to kill, it, The verdict was greeted with Crosby of this cltf, who is said to remain at the House of Refuge

? but it was soon da the weeds and : cheers and apPtau/ which the court have owed Boothr the railroad a her thrbatjand the wind- over night. Saturday morning he returned .
pipe. J er mother toWa
i:hushes and Mr. Thompson was afraid officers made no efforts to restrain. bill over which theft was some dispute croMLlnd % to Delray and said to hi*
:n > doctorahf'l'
to follow it further. lie was con As soon as the new\ reached the A warm argument arose over _* Y sister. "I could not do it" and to a

; Went that he fire department the paying of the bin which both fIt "
struck the snake and street, bells were run and query said. "Commit suicide.
was advped U*M an operation bo
I;. *n effort was made Monday to bee if made \vSpeJtacular run men became greatttexcited. endingin but That afternoon deceased purchased
I [ performed, thin was objected to
I It: U could be found. Nothing was seen through the principafitreels. stop- the shooting of 4 OJooth by Crosby. a pair of canvas shoes tending to
.10 by }lB. Dow ling, she being of the
of the snake until Tuesday, when it ping eventually at the Idaho hotel Booth was shot Un three places accompany a party to I'alm Beach Jr.d
opinion that the grain of corn wouldbe
: ;tea. found in rear of the barn. It whither Senatot Borah. surrounded once in an arm an once in each 1 dislodged by other means. IBflamatation -
tad received a bullet through Its I I b> several hundred citizens was es- The wounds are \e y painful, bat room and in a few minutes the house-
and congestion; followed
:. '{": body and was apparently paralyzed. corted.A should cause no permanent trouble bold was startled by the report of the
and death relieved the little one, the
,:..The fight was renewed again and Mr. brass band appeared as if by as re is receiving th best care at the gun. Rushing into the room a grew-
; ,- : funeral oecaring on Snaday.
Lt '. ,;:: _Thompson soon had it killed. It was magic, and as the senator reached the hotel near which th shooting occurred some right was beheld. Some of the
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-w 'Very large one and had fourteen hotel played "Hail to the Chief." skull was picked up at the entranceto
Vanious
\ bean Dead
rattles It had made Its supper on The streets about the hotel were Crosby claims tha Booth startel the dining room, other fragments

,!tbep! frying-size chickens and was blocked by a cheering throng, whose to hit him with a "b ly" and that he Crawfo\vHl f Ind., Oct. %.-Mrs. of bone and flesh were scattered over

r :. Probably shot in self defense] He is unhurt Susan E. \v\ace. widow of General
fixing to go off into winter shouts mingled with the fire engines the room. His head was literally torn

it ,;, ; 4esrters. Rattlers are said to be whistles and clangs of trolley car and was not arresteJ. Booth is well hew WallaceToVd last night. off from the mouth up. r

..mI ,plentiful this season than ever bells. Senator Borah thanked the known throughout)ithis section and She had eat\ terary ability and

:' et, and there are more large ones people for their demonstration of confidence has many friends who will regret to assisted her/distin lshed husband In J. J. BrannarfTof Luraville was a

s. ,hate been ,known In the past. throughout the trial. I learn of the trouble. his writings! > business vpttfpr to the city yesterday.

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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT+ FRIDAY OCTOBER 4, 1007.
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jiiMtMinmiinii iiiMiiii H i I 11 i 11 i I i i I M I > I* I i I M I M 11 I 111 It
FLORIUIAXS HONORED. A womanx just-tea to pity a man
1 because he has eh little latitude In ; .Miniiii m n' 111 *4 < 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1It
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evening dyes st I
t At Late Meeting American .1rssociaUono

'S .\ Napoleon Bonaparte

R (Times-Union.) showed at the battle of Austerliti, :
he : the greatest Leader in the :
of a number of
Since the return
world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has :
Florida lawyers from their vacation
it is the best Liniment : LIVE
the shown the public
at
that
learned
trip, It has been OAKI
C meeting of the American Bar AssocIation in the world. A quick cure for -I

at Portland. Me., during Rheumatism, Sprains, Burns Cuts, }
August Florida received a fair share etc. A C. Pitts Rodessa, La., says: -- j
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t1 of the honors. "I use Ballard's Snow Liniment in mi- : : : ,
for Florida elected by family and find It unexcelled for sorechest '
The officers
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headache, corns, in fact for :
I L the association were as follows: I
B Clark- anything that can be reached by i j!I'',
Vice President-Walter
son. Jacksonville. liniment Sold by Suwannee Drug ::El:! PUBLISHING II III

Williams.Member TallahSteee.of General Council-It. W. Co oct-dw j jT I I I :,, i: I

Local Council qpuis C. Massey, Moat women i{etgnd to be madwhen : : :
a man at their ankles: j i: .
ledell. Jacksonville loop
Orlando; George C.
they are mild l| h&,doesn't.. i iHani I ,
John Pensacola
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Duncan U etch f.ryt. acksonvllle; '- I'
Tuiif In K.'o. :
William A. BlaunT l Pefcsacofa. and I.
William C. Hodges. T' ahaee. I The old days of grasshoppers an-I : ,
The general oVcers jot the association I drouth are almost forgotten in the !I : J -cQMfLNYi
Kansas of today; a'- : :
for 1907 ate as 2ollors: President prosperous '
d J. M. Dlfekmson.: ChiAgo: ; secre-! though a citizen of Codt ll. Ea.l' :

I tary. John Hinkley. Baltimore; treasurer I IShamburg, has not yet forgotten a 1:
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Frederick A. Wadhams. Albany. hard time he encountered. lie says: j :
Mr. Clarkson, the vice president for ''I was worn out and discouraged by : : I

; Florida was re-elected to that office. coughing night and day, and couldj i I,

i!. He is president of the Florida Law find no relief till I tried Dr. Kind's j: } .. .. ,,, ,, .'. I
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' r school of this city. Mr. Williams of New Disco\ery It took less than one I I

'" ; member Talahassee.of the was general also council reelected asa safest bottle to and complete most reliable cure cough me" The an>l .I:: g t I Book, News and Commercial I

cold cure and lung and throat healer ,:
ri. l
2!i Notice. ever discovered Guaranteed b% I :

it. f. There will be a call meeting of the Barclay & Groover drug store 50c I : I OPRINTERS

: Sea Island Cotton Association of Su- and $1.00. Trial. bottle free I
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; 1 I wannee County at the courthouse in
i: Live Oak. Fla. on October 11. 1907. If as many things happen to a man .
he tells hi\ 'M there did, he j: ""w 0 ow, ". .,,,,,,, "'"""""'"'''''''"''''''''''" """,,,,,,.,,,, ""1---;
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All clubs are requested to senda as* I 'I' I
delegate or send a reporter as to never would havrfSfached home I:}

the condition of the cotton. This is -r-- j:11 z
important. Henry E. Jones, of Tampa 'la"I :

Make all reports that in within the writes: "I can thank God for my present :
section at Live Oak. health, due to Foley's Kidney "
,1 1 M. J. CHESHIRE, Pret Cure. 1 tried doctors and all kind I: NO job is too large and none too small for II IIlIS

W. D. WHATLEY. Secretary. l I of kidney cure, but nothing done me : }

( much good till I took Foley's Kidney I : to handle, and everything in the ;
In most,cases consumption results Cure. Four bottles cured me, and i '

from a neglected or improperly hate no more pain in my back and I: Printing Line comes easily within our limit.
treated cold. Foley'a Honey and Tar shoulders. I am 62 years old, and '
cures the most obstinate coughs and suffered long but thanks to Foley's :} I

prevents serious results. It costs Kidney Cure I am well and can '

you no more than the unknown preparations walk and enjoy myself. It is a I : o DR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papersis
y !' and you should insist upon pleasure to recommend it to those
having the genuine In the yellow needing a kidney medicine. CityPharmacy. I':*<'! one of the largest carried in Florida,

package. City Pharmacy. oct-dw oct-dw :
\ t and with well equipped modern Printing

( Decidedly VnnAaral. When a mankinds out his real" I

f "What reason hay! you for calling value to the vy6\d his natural vanity I: Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we
: gets a /oil !
? her an unnatufwJJbother? rude
"She seems tXtU ik the girl is I can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as $
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good enough jfir her bo> "Chicago A Card. if
! Hecord-Hera/d. This is to certify that all druggists I*: t and prompt as any establishment in the i

,l are authorized to refund your money ::
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel if Folej's Honey and Tar fails to :I'i South. A trial will convince. Samples and i

Pills. Sold by Live Oak Drug Com! cure your cough or cold. It stops ):
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:+ I pany. oct-dw I I the cough, heals the lung and prevents IEstimates Furnished on Application. I

1 J I I serious results from a cold-I'I'I :
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, Acquiring Polish. Cures la grippe cough and prevents!: : +
I 1t .
t i A young mother in Spokane had pneumonia and consumption Contains f

r i engaged a new nurse for her baby. no opiates. The genuine is, in I :
The nurse came to her and said: "I a yellow package. Refuse substitutes :

I don't know what's the matter ma- City Phariuacj oct-dw* -t... tl .. .... .
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dam, but the little one cries and n t

cries. I can do nothing! to quiet it." It is as ha'Y /or the average! man :

I The mother thought a moment. to forget a fAfft he has done as an hI i We :Make a Specialty of Mail

Then, brightening up, she said: "I I' injury to heat.DelVitt's !
remember now, baby's last nurse was
a southern mammy. You will find Carbonized Witch Ilazl i -:- Order Business -:-
I
U- the stove polish on the third shelf of Salve Is Rood for little burns and big ; L" : I

the kitchen."-Suokane Review. I burns, email .., ,,
scratches
or bruises and ": ,, ,, : ''',. .,,''''..NI
big ones. Sold b> Live Oak Dru ;
If you take DeWHt's! Kidney and Company octdwIluoger'ha I IKl'nntllCi's .

Bladder Pills you will get prompt :
N. +
relief from backache, weak kidneys, matle men do a lot of
i inflammation of the bladder and things for whhtfKyiey gave ue credit
1 urinary troubles. A week's treat- to ambition/ "*- ,
ment for 25 cents. Sold by Liore Oak + !
fr LIVE OAK
Drug Co. oct-dw' Laxative Cough Syrupis

-- a safe, sure and prompt remedy for

Disapproval. oughs and colds and is good for every t.
"Does T our daughter play Chopinof member of the family Sold by Live ii

Beetho\en>Vasy d the musician."I Oak Drug Co. oct-dw PUBLISHINGCOMPANY !

don't think/ '* answered Mr. Most couples would be happily i
Cumrox. "And fterfte trouble we married if neither one of them had .
have had with ridge "''hlt) hope she any relatives !
doesn't learn/-Washington PostJulius L 1

l'rol ily Will,TOO. t
Cat'tar. "But Sau
suppose: awake from your
I
I was a man of nerve but sickness left dream to find thaVhe feet of your
, its mark and he became aged before idol are but '
clay \
f his time. Sickness Iii often caused "That will be all right if I find : .

I It i by a torpid liver. Herbine will, regulate the rest Of KII turned into dust."_ I I:fi LIVE OAK FLORIDA
' your liver and give you health. Houston Post. :
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I Mrs. Carrie Austin, Hollon. Kansas,
I writes: "I consider Herbine the best Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any :

medicine I ever heard of. I am never case of kidney h i
trouble that is not be- :
without it." Sold by Suwannee Drug I yond medical aid.

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; ORDINANCE XO. 63. twenty-five ($25) dollars; dealers in ject to be paid or remitted upon Each local agent of insurance company religious books only shall not be required -

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. ..

Other Taxes, Providing for the contract for non-payment thereof money is advanced or loaned on Bring business in the City Traveling dealers without license

Payment Thereof, and Prescribing: five ( $5) dollars; provided this shall stocks, bonds bullion bills of exchange of Live Oak Florida Including corporations who shall bargain er sell any goods

Penalties for Doing Business With- not apply to persons taxed as mer- or promissory note of received or associations engaged in wares or merchandise for cash or

out 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) dol- regarded as a bank or bankers and indemnity accidents to persons, act- manner for present or future delivery -
lars; dealers in automobiles auto- subject as such to the provisions of Ing as surety upon bonds guaranteeing i to any person whatsoever by

Be it ordained by the Mayor and motors or other horseless vehicles this ordinance. fidelity of employees and Insuring I himself or agent or agents, following

City Council of the City of Live Oak, twelve dollars and fifty cents Lenders of money either persons employers against liability for ac- after to deliver and collect for same
Florida: ($12.50); dealers in illuminating or I firms corporations, associations or I(I cident to employees and life Insur- .1 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 I deemed a peddler under this ordlnI -
, corporation shall engage in. manageor dollars and fifty cents ( $12.50), for doing the business of lending or advancing of Live Oak a license tax of two I I ance. This ordinance shall Include

conduct any business professionor each place cf business; proprietor orproprietors m+ney for which Interest Inspection dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50). peddlers of clocks, stoves ranges and

occupation mentioned in this of each garage for keeping fees or other remuenrationIs I Each traveling agent or solicitor of I sewing machine agents whether selling -

Ordinance within the City' of Live automobiles, five ($5) dollars: charged in excess of ten per cent any insurance company as describedin by sample or on future delivery,

Oak Florida unless a City License dealers In junks, twenty-five ( $25) per annum secured by mortgages the preceding section doing business or otherwise; provided, that perman-

shall have been first procured from dollars: dealers in oleomargarine or bill of sale, power of attorney or in the City of Live Oak. shall ent or locally established agent shall

the Tax Collector of the city which butterine. wholesale handling ori- other legal transfer of personal property pay a license tax of twelve dollars and be exempt from the provisions of this

said license shall be issued to each ginal packages only ten ( $10) dol- as security for any such loansor fifty cents ($12.50). section.

firm or corporation on receiptof lars.Dealers advances; or any person, firm, Each insurance adjuster. whether Traveling dealers going from placeto
person the amount hereinafter provided. in pistols bowie knives, corporation or association doing the resident or non-resident, who has not place selling goods, wares or

together with the City Clerk's fee of sling shots or brass knuckles Springfield : business of securing such loans or paid a license as agent, or traveling merchandise of all descriptions, shall

twenty-five cents for every license rifles repeating rifles or dirk advances for borrowers upon such agent, who adjusts insurance losses +I pay to the City of Live Oak a license

Issued by him and said license shallbe knives, twenty-five ( $25) dollars; securities and charging such borrowers in this city shall pay a license! tax I I i tax of twenty-five ($25) dollars and

signed by the Tax Collector andIa"or provided said pistols, Springfield or commission inspection or other of five ($5) dollars.Contractors lit' shall be unlawful for such personor
rifles, bowie knives, fee for their services for the erection of dealers
) and shall have the seal of the other repeating shall pay a to sell or attempt to sell
of, Live Oak thereon. Every dirk knives brass knuckles and sling license tax to the city of one hundred buildings or other work ten ( $10) I under and by virtue of the license of

City word importing the singular number shots shall not be sold to minors. ($100) dollars for each place of busi- dollars. i any other licensed dealer storekeeper -
Every violation of this Section shall Job printing offces. running by or druggist.
extend to and embrace the
ness.Every
only, may number and word Importing be punished by a fine of not exceeding person firm or corporation power, two dollar and fifty cents Trading stamp firms persons or

plural the plural number every may be one hundred dollars, or by Im- regularly enraged in the business of ( $2.50) : steam laundries, five ( $5) I corporations, known as trading stamp

and limited to the singular prisonment not exceeding sixty days, lending: money in said city, and not dollars; Chinese laundries, five ( $5) companies, shall pay to the City a

applied and word Importingthe or by both such fine and Imprisonment taxed as bankers, shall pay a licensetax dollars; livery, feed or sale stables, license tax of five hundred ($500)
number
every be at the discretion of the Mayor. I of twenty-five ( $25) dollars. keeping for hire, feed or public use, I dollars. Merchants using trading
masculine gender only may extended -
and applied to females as Dealers In second-hand clothing For each public carriage: hack and not more than five horses and mules, stamps shall pay to the City a licensetax

well 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"as Is used in this Ordinance, it and fifty 'cents ( $12.50) ; provided ( operated by keepers nf livery stables more than five and less than ten I ($125): dollars for each place of
that merchants paying a r'guI using single team. two dollars and horses and mules three dollars and business where they use such stamps.
be held to mean affirmation, I
may heldto lar license shall not be required to'' fifty cents ( $2.50) and using double seventy-five cents ( $3.75) ; more I Any person firm or corporation
"swear" shall be
the word
and affirm. pay this license; dealers in team the sum of five ($5) dollars. than ten and less than twenty horses furnishing lights, either gas or electric -
include
Sec. 2. No license shall be issuedfor hand boas and shoes, five ( $st"'ond-I Every band or troup or aggregationor and mules, six dollars and twenty- II having a capital of $250.000 or

than and all lars for each place of busln(> other traveling or wandering or five cents ( $6.25) ; more than twenty more shall pay a license tax of

more one year the first day dentist, permanently located five nomadic people who shall camp pitch and less than twent-five horses and seventy-five ( $75) dollars; $100.000
shall
licenses of expire on but fractional ( $5) dollars; each traveling dentist, I their tents, stop and encace: : in busi- mules ten ( $10) dollars; more than or more and less than $250,000,
October each
of year hereinafter five ( $5) dollars: drovers selling nt ness of telling fortunes trading twenty-five horses and mules twenty fifty ($50) dollars; less than $100-

license except as that provided auction or otherwise, five ( $5) dollars 1 horses, peddling, trading or other occupation ( $20) dollars. I 000 and more than $50,000, thirty-
be issued to expire on
may All ; dealers in electrical machineryor I I in the City of Live Oak, Lunch stands or eating houses at i 1 seven dollars and fifty cents r

day at a proportionate be transferred rate.with the appliances for profit, five ( $5) shall pay a licence tax to the city of railroad! depots seven dollars and ( $37.50) : $25,000 to $50.000,

licenses may with, the busi- dollars for each place of business! ; one hundred ( $100) dollars. Any fifty cents ( $7.30 ((twenty-five ( $25) dollars; $10,000

approval of the Mayor, taken out each lawyer five ( $::;) dollars; green I pers'n violating! the previsions! of this Machine and repair shops, for to 25000. ten ($10) dollars; less

ness for which they were growers and dealers In fresh fruits paragraph shall upon conviction\ be public use five ( $5) dollars. than $10.000 five ( $5) dollars.

wheu there is a bona fide issued sale and andemployed and nuts, not merchant, ore dollar i i i fined not more than two hundredi Lung testers, striking machines, ] Provided further that any individual

transfer of the the property business stock in and fifty cents ($1.50) for each place ;i ( $200) dollars or imprisoned' notlonger weighing machine phonographs, :'company, firm or corporation furnishing -
in
as of business; hypnotist, pr fesslonal, than three months t-r both graphophones, music boxes chewinggum I gas; or electricity to its customers
license
trade; but such transferred fifty ( $30) dollars; hawkers and fined and imprisoned, at the discretion stands automatic pennyintheslot I I and making a charge by meter and
held to be only for the
shall be good
street vendors of medicine" drugs or of the Mayor.Barber machine when operated for profit who shall make a minimum charge
which it
length of time for that was patent medicines fifty ( $50) dollars shops running one chair two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) I( without reference to the meter shall
out provided
taken
originally license shall; be surrend- for each day they attempt to sell; I I two ( $2) dollars; for each additional each. pay a license tax of fifty (50) percent

the original beef and meat markets and fish | chair, fifty cents: billiard or pool Managers of merry-go-rounds more than above set out; provided
ered to and filed with the City transfer Clerkat markets shall each pay a license of (I table kept for profit, seven dollars twelve dollars and fifty cents I j however, the above provision
for
the time application i twenty-five ( $25) dollars. 'and fifty cents (17.50) for each ( $12.50) ; planing mills and novelty I shall not apply to companies or individuals -

is made, and such transfer after be- i Merchants, store-keepers and druggists f j table. works, seven dollars and fifty cents who furnish meters without t
I I
ing approved shall be of the same I for each one thousand dollars, Boarding houses. lodging houses or $7.50) ; planing mill, Including dry cost to places of business and reslI -

force and effect as the original for fraction of one thousand dollars hotels having accommodation for kiln not connected with saw mill he dences.
,
license. be i I lof stock of merchandise, one dollar three hundred or more lodgers or ( $5) dollars. I Sec. 5. That all confirmed crip-
Sec. 3. All. licenses shall payable and fifty cents ( $1.50) for each place boarders, stall pay a license tax of Restaurants and public eating ples, physically! Incapable of manual
of
on or before the first day I' f business: any merchant keeping one hundred ( $100) dollars; two salmons, having accommodations for labor shall be allowed t opeddle with-
license
October of each year and no sewing machines in stock for sale in hundred to three hundred lodgers or seating twenty-five or more persons, out paying a license, using their own

shall be issued for any fractional por- I. the same manner as other merchandise boarders .seventy-five ( $75) dollars; twelve dollars and fifty cents capital only, not In excess of five

tion of a dear, except that any licensenot } shall not be taxed as sew- I Vone hundred to two hundred lodgersor ( $12.50) : less than twenty-five per- hundred dollars; provided, such cripples -

otherwise specified In this Ordinance machine agent or dealer. boarders, fifty ( $50) dollars; sons, five ($5) dollars. shall be residents of Suwannee

may be issued after the first I I ling Mental healers, or all persons seventy-five to one hundred lodgers Saw mills, including planing millsor County Florida; and. provided further -

day of April to expire October first claiming to heal by absent treatment or boarders, twenty-five ($25) dollars dry kilns, with daily output of such exemption shall be allowed

upon payment of one-half the amount one hundred ( $100) dollars; provided : fifty to seventy-five lodgers or ten thousand feet, or less, two dollars only upon the certificate nf some re-
fixed as the price of such license for that nothing in this clause shall b arders. twelve dollars and fifty and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; more than putable physician of the disability

one jear.Sec. be construed as affecting the members i cents ( $12.50) : twenty-five to fifty ten thousand and less than twenty- herein named.
4. That the following r'f Christian denomination 1 lodgers!: or boarders. seven dollars five thousand feet, five ( $5) dollars; Sec. 6. That each railroad com-
any I
enumerated individual license taxes who for the of the sick; and fiftey cents ($7.50) ; fifteen to more than twenty-five thouand and pany whose tracks extend into or
shall be paid to the City of Live Oak I each pray oculist, permanently recovery located, I twenty-five lodgers or boarders, five less than fifty thouand feet, ten through the corporate limits of Live
'
by the persons engaged In managingor five ($5) dollars; each oculist, travel- < $5) dollars; ten to fifteen lodeers: ( $10) dollars: more than fifty thou- Oak shall pay a license tax of

transacting the several occupa- Ine. seven dollars and fifty cents I"r boarders two dollars and fifty sand feet fifteen ($15) dollars. 'I seventy-five ($75) dollars.

tions, businesses or professions ( $7.50) ; provided he has no licenseas cents ( $2.50) ; accommodation for Shingle mills, whether connectedwith Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the

named to-wit: provided by State law; each lodgers shall be construed to mean saw mills or not, having daily City Tax Collector, before Issuing a
Schedule ".\." optician permanently located, two the number of beds habitually kept capacity of twenty-five thousand license, based on a property valuation -

Auctioneers five dollars ( $5); dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) : each for such lodgers and not the number shingles or more, twelve dollars and or capital stock capacity of production

each individual conducting the busi- optician, traveling, seven dollars and !j 10f -cms contained in the house. fifty cents ($12.50); less than or other contingency; to

ness of abstracting titles, seven dol- fifty cents ( $7.50) : each osteopath, i' Boiler and machine shops ani twenty-five thousand shingles per require the party applying for said
lars and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; agentsor two dollars license to file under oath
dollars pawnbrokers for j foundries connected seven dollars day. and fifty cents duly
five ($5) : 'I'
agencies for the purpose of solicit- each place of business, fifty ( $50) and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; bottling ( $2.50). authenticated, a statement of the
ing orders for or making sales ex- and hawkers of I works and sodawater factories, ten Owners or managers of shooting value of the property or amount of

changes or deliveries of. or performing merchandise dollars; peddlers not otherwise enumerated ( $1 0) dollars; brick yards or factories galleries, two dollars and fifty cents the capital stock or capacity of production

any other service relating to or specifically herein, fifty ( $50) I five ( $5) dollars; buildingand ( $2.50). which statement under oath
connected with any of the persons of and loan associations, foreign two Shows or circuses exhibiting or shall be attached to the monthly report -
dollars peddlers stoves ranges '
articles commodities or transactions ; either of their I; hundred and fifty ( $250) dollars: giving a performance within tents of licenses made bv the Tax- Col--
and clocks or or any
I
named below to-wit: twenty-five ( $25) building and loan associations local, | whether covered or uncovered with iector. A failure on the part of the
Agents for bicycles five ( $5) dol- sold from wagons, tuner dollar twelve dollars and fiftey cents or without horses, twenty-five ($25) Tax Collector to require and attach
each one
dollars piano (
lars; agents It-r typewriters five and fifty; cents ( $1.50) : each photographer 'I ( $1 2.50: carriage and wagon factories -.dollars; dog er pony shows charging said oath as aforesaid shall be cause
( $5) dollars; agents for building and located. two including repairing, one dol- twenty-five cents or less admission : for suspension from office.
permanently
loan associations local, five ( $5) and, fifty cents ( $2.50) ; eachi] lar and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; carriage and using no other animal and giving | Sec. 8. Any person or persons
dollars
dollars; agents for building and loan Itinerant five ( $5) repositories not connected with factories |' no other kind of performance, firm or corporation, or association.I
photographer
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
(1100) dollars; agents for claims dollars; person right to sell patent i plants not connected with ice twenty-five cents admission fifteen bisines. occupation or profession for

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

clothiers or dealers not taxed as ( 12.50.street doctor or dentist or I roof gardens dance halls where bowling alleys five ( $5); dollars; license, shall, except in such '
Every
merchants, five ( $5) dollars; agentsfor itinerant vendor of any drug, I! variety performances musical or street shows, performances or I cases as are otherwise provided by
monuments and tomb-st,mes, any of kind in- otherwise are given or where females I carnivals, for each tent or other ordinance, upon conviction by the
local two dollars and fifty cents ointment or the appliance treatment any ef any dis- { are employed as waiters, structure and for each day. two dollars Major be punished by a fine of not

( $2.50) ; agents for monuments and tended for deformity, by any'' twenty-five ( $25) dollars. and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; all small more than five hundred dollars, or
tomb-stones, traveling seven dollars ease or Injury or manipulation or I Electric power plants companies, shows other than circuses, theatricalor imprisonment not more than ninety

and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; each agentor drug, nostrum or shall a license firms or corporations with capital vaudeville given under a tent, two days .or by both such fine and Imprisonment -

member of agencies for real estate. other expedient ( $:5)pay dollars. I stock of two hundred thousand dol- 'dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50). In the discretion of the
twenty-five
Including renting and rent collecting tax of not embalmers lars or more, one hundred dollars. I Soda water or mineral water fountains Mayor. The payment of all license

five ( $5) dollars; agents for safes for Undertakers dollars and fifty cents Less! than $200,000: and more than I not connected with other business t tax may be enforced by the seizure
Mia or exchange, twelve dollars and twelve and 1 $100.000 $30: : lees than $100.000and five ($3) dollar and sale of the property by the Col-

fifty cents ( 12.50 ; agents for sewIng $12.50) : undertakers dollars gimbalmere \ more than $50.000.! $25; less than Telephone system, with 100 Instruments !. lector. It shall be the duty of the

machines, five ( $5) dollars; thirty-seven watch makers and $;;0.000 and more than $25,000. [i or more owned by any person. Tax Collector to report to the Mayor 1
gents for steamships or steamboats [ rents ( $3750) ; dollars and $12.50: less than 25.000 and more ,! firm corporatl-n or company | all violations of the provisions of this

twelve dollars and fifty cents repairers of jewelry two than $10.000. $7.50: less than |I and operated in Raid city for profit ordinance. The City Council shall

(112.50) ; agents for tailing vessels, fifty cents ( $2.50). or agents; of I O' o. $3.75: provided that $10'-1 j i shall par to the city a license tax of I furnish to the Tax Collector all
managers i
the ( $5) dollars; analytical chemists The owners enumerated institutions light plants furnishing; both power I sic! and one-quarter cent. (6'4c) for I blanks necessary to enable him to a
fife $5) dollars; persons firms orcorporations each of the following appliances and lights shall be required to pay I[', each Instrument or 'phon- installed, carry out the provisions of thla ordin-

operating amusement i establishments transaction of only one license. I o'rov'de 1 such Mc T-e shall! n-1 exceed 1 1I j ji I anc". I

parks, with merry-go-rounds roller I and apparatus for the accommodation Express companies doing business: i tin i I in total amount the sum of one hUD- i i I Sec. 9. That all ordinances and .
or i
coasters, and other amusement places I business or the entertainment the State of Florida and having an ''I dr-d $lCU}> dollar parts of ordinance in conflict with the

and devices usually found therein, of the public for profit office in the City of Live Oak. shall I Theater building fitted with scenery I provisions of this ordinance be and

twenty-five ( $::5) dollars ;architects shall par the city license designations tax set opposite Or-I pay a license tax of twenty-five and kept for theatrical and other the same are hereby repealed. r:

five $5) dollars; brokers dealing in their respective "B" below, ( $25) dollars. Any express company j(exhibitions, twentv-fip $25) dollar Se. 10. That this ordinance
binds and stock twelve dollars and definitions in Schedule violating the provisions of this .., theatrical shows <>- traveling shall become effective on and after t

fifty cents ( $12.50); brokers dealing to-wit : not ordinance and any person who knos- :: players and mins're's other than the first day of October. A. D. 1907.
Bakers other than steam, for such fir taxed cirruse9, for each r'ormanc Panned at regular meeting of the r
in futures fifty ( $50) dollars: ingly acts as agent company j I loP aa p
brokers dealing in insurance, five otherwise taxed as merchants, one before It has paid the above license ,, *. seven doUr aDd fifty City Council this 10th day of September -
bakers
<$5)< dollars; brokers dealing in land dollar and fifty cents ( $1.50)taxed; tax shall upon conviction therefor )I i -ent < $7.50 : provided. that A. I). ISO7. ,
as
and land options, five ($5) dollars; steam, not otherwise before the Mayor of said City b* ', manners of thea'* -s or halls employing CHAS. II. HOW='i.
bootblacks ..
.
brokers dealing in merchandise five merchants, fi$5) dollars punished by a fine not more than one {'i traveling troopea. theatrical, l're.ld nt of City Council.

( $5) dollars; chiropodists five ( $5) one dollar. hundred dollars. or by imprisonment !. operatic or minstrH. giving; per for mames Attest: S. P. MAYS City Clerk. I
v dollar; civil engineers, five ( $5) dollars Hanks. bankers, persons firms: or for a period of not more than three :;: in buildings fitted up for Bach 1, S. I'. Mays. City Clerk of the
business
each clairvoyant, palmist or brokers doing a banking! months or by both such fine and Im- i: Mjvrpos. shall be allowed h Rive a* City of Live Oak. Florida, do here-
fortune teller for fifty ( $50) whether incorporated or not with a prisonment at the discretion of the i iMa i many performances ia su-h building by certlfly that the foregoing Ordinance '

dollars; commissioners pay of deeds of I capital stock of five hundred thou- >or. Foundries not connected with \i i i or theater as they; wish on payment No. 63 was regularly passed by I

other states two dollars and fifty sand dollars or over one hundreddollars. machine shops five $5) dollar: f'f a license tax to the city of t entyI the City Council on the 10th day of '

cats ( $2.50) commission merchants ice factories including cold stora I I live $25 dollar per annum, and, September A. D. 1907, and the sameis
: I Less than $500.000; and net less and the hereby certified to the Mayor for
five ( $5) dollars; dealers in plants connected therewith tfovlded that this section: shall not
cash registers or cash carriers, ten than $250.000. $75; less than $::50.-$25 right to sell at wholesale and retail. '' .uvly to l'' al amateur performances. I his approval.

$10) dollars; dealers in cigars or 000 and not less than 100000.less than; with a capacity of ten tons per day I I'rovded further that this section :I Witness my hand and the

tobacco: who pay no other license less than $100,000 and not $50.000 or less five ( $5) dollars: ten to i shall not apply to any hall owned or seal of the said City this

tax two dollars and fifty cents $50.000 $12.50: less than twenty tons per day seven dollars fed by any charitable or fraternal Seat 10th day of September A. .

($150) ; dealers in curios, two dol- and not less than $10.000. $7.50.other and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; twenty t- organization I D. 1907. S. P. MAYS,
lars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; dealers Every incorporated bank or thirty tons per day, twelve dollars Traveling picture or book agents City Cl rk. r
In dynamite, twenty-five ( $25) dollars bank and every person firm or where com- and fifty cents ( $12.50) ; thirty to d"lng business in aid city shall pay Kiami&ed and approved by me this .

; dealer in fresh meats packed pany having a place for of the business deposits or I sixty tons per day twenty-Ave < $25 a license tax of ( $5) dollars. : provided 12th day of September, A. D. 1907.

or retrigerarated at wholesale, when credits are opened dollars. that agents for the sale of I J, B. JOHNSON Il.-ar.
of money or currency, tub-
lot connected with aa Ice factory. collections




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LIVE OAK j"I),. 1 V*.luKMUCRA, ,I FRIDAY OCTOBER 4. 1907.
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WHY NOT .\ PEXAL COLONY: ; $ .?'

I LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRATPublished State Senator Gorman, of Maryland ; DiamondsSolitaire
flRST Ti lMNK
every Afternoon suggests that the Philippine It- THE !f'ii

!, Except Sunday. lands be used as a penal colony f?

which negro criminals from the Unit
-
Diamond Engagement
Thereis -
ed States should be deported.
L W. IRVIN Editor and }t',',. '
} CHAS. So. 6055:
in the suggestion,
abundant merit Pins :!
Rings, t
and if we\ could ever get the Repub-
J Entered at the Pc toffice. Lire Oak. lican States of the Union to disso- Bracelets Lockets and I t
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Florida., as Second Class Mall Mat
I ter. November 7, 1905. ciate the negro from the preposterous Necklaces Cut Glass and Capital and Stockholders Liability $100,000.09 J
sentimentalism created by such ,

I! agencies as "Uncle Tom's Cabin," Silver Wedding af and Profits I
THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPAHY. and look at him with the eyes of Sterling i I Surplus : : : $30,000.00
,
j I common sense just as he is, we believe Presents, finest of quality II
t DAILY DEMOCRAT will be T
, THE that the Gorman suggestion This Bank opened for business
I was Saturday the
f mailed to any part of the United lowest prkes. t1 I
States pastage prepaid for $5.00 would be adopted, and that soon. ; 15thjof February 1902 with a paid up capital of r

$2.50 for six months; The question of negro criminality in a
r per ,ear; I \
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents this country is assuming fearful pro- i Thirty Thousand Dollars !

for five weeks In advance. Delivered -: portions and our penal system is very
to any part of the city by I far short of being successful. The. ExpertWatch : i I and January 1st 1905 its capital was increased to j
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carrier for 10 cents per week. '
I chain sang and the convict camp I j I" Fifty Thousand Dollars f x
have largely lost their terrors for I '
The President will be In Memphis negro lawbreakers. From these gangs 'L'd constantly I adhering to legitimate commercial a'I I

j tomorrow where the beep Waterway and camps every month in the year Repairing. I banking, leaning money) in liberal amounts to reputable .. :
': j Convention wit bZ: session and great numbers of convicts are being ir dividuals and well rated firm, it has added to its list I

-h Governor BrowaTS who with about a.i' I released, thoroughly hardened in depravity Ml Standard Makes for Sale by J of patrons all the time, until now, with the bank only
I the old it has of t
. dozen other Governors, is with the and 'lunch more dangerous I year resources

t I; Presidential'party. wiu'be'' one of the"criminals thanWien they went there. RADFORDThe I l One-Third of a MilliDn Dollars

t orators of the occasion. ImmedlatelyWRla to
They prey upon I +
f' I 3L well established connections throughout the
, the public, roving like wild beasts Jeweler with coun-
, f' The community which denies 1U I through the country, fbaflng in gangs LIVE OAK. fLA '! 1 try. .
, i Better than ever prepared to handle the accounts I It
children ample educational! advant- around the towns and titles plungedIn I .
I I -- of the public this bank continously solicits the business
ages is guilty ol a negligence for fornU>f Tic corrupting ,
every
I 'I I of responsible and reputable people promising all the 1,
which there can \J*> excuse. Quincy large numbers oTyetrtig negroes' who I I i courtesies that are usually extended by carefully con- '
I boasts of its weauV but it cannot look up to them as heroe .and perpetrating -Ii Yoducted banking houses.

'I't,. with any basis \f tri/Ui, boast of its crime without hejmatien from I i I .T. .

i wisdom If It IsyefusingSas is reported murder and rape tb petty la 'eny as I f En. ijij NEWS[ GO.Just ij. : -s-s.-s--A A ... i $-9-$-$-$ .$-$-$-$-

; a large j oportlon oKlte children i{ their base nstinctsna. proiipt. This

.. the benefits of education merely' criminal negro popular n Isferowlns VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE: RESORTDOWLING
; for the want of school room. \ rapidly in every-South rn Slate and

i beyond the possibility wf reform as i PARK"KAY

f I Some of\he papers' /are trying u> most of them are, to }\ep them in i I I!

bring Frank ayes, of the Pensacola our midst is to create and encourage
rrcrivtM another large shii1 1nitnt DOWN UPON THE SUWANIItE RIVER
Journal Into t\fi nice 83 a candidate conditions that are bad enough now

for Governor. Fjrjfnk is an anround.I I and will ultimately be of the most of IUd Hand Brand Candies, j Mineral Springs Hotel and CottagesHOT

Jolly good fellcnObut we opine that I frightful character. There Is but one
i This best niadt at 15 rents a pound. i
he is too bury maVtag\ his Journal ]practicable solution and that is to deport AND COt DEATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. RUNNING

one of theAest and itoost readable them to a penal colony, as England Headquarters, for lAwnej's also. WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND
PHCNE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS. ETC
dally papers in the Soikh to waste' has been doing with her dangerous -
+ any time/effort and moue/In getting! I criminals fool generations. The RATES t: DfTAonMAm KtAoUNAoLt c CULESCOoECTIONATlVEOANIWTHALLTRAl5fADDRESS
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Into the political game.-Madison., great body of our Southern negroesare
5 J' New Enterprise. I Ii peaceable and ]aw-?bldlng and I PARK HOTEL DOWUING PflRK. FLORIDA LIVE OAK'
I
__ ,,1, fairly industrious and it is a3 important -
+ Conflicting reports were at first ,\ to their future as that of the 4 fr..r I t.,II .,S.+Ho-1o \ \ \ lIS \ \ M H I II II 11 II I 111.1 HI > HII11

t sent out of the result of the prohibi- ':whites that this increasing horde of F fl[ DOO&NF8 K O. +

lion election in Fran tin county but 'black criminals'should be shipped oat ,

the accurate returns how that the of the country instead of being allowed | ABrandNewStockofDrugs | !

county went\ w majority of 2lVViRe/Carrabelle l I' the whole South and a black C r TOOK Manager .+;.

precinct h wever vote !'dry" by cloud over every Southern home. This and Ownerany :i: IN THE

'I' the handsome majorltyjw 92, and I proposition should get Into Southern

under the law t.b* lIq /or traffic is politics and the Issue should be pressed -I

-! abolished in that precinct. Apalachi'cola -1' incessantly until the whole country t -_ ____ n__ __ NOVAByrd Building

j, : went .wet", of course. I 11 Is made to realize that it is both practicable -i taxes at all and this herd crowded +
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I Ij necessary. !I to the polls and defeated the will I

j The DeLand News says that the I of a white majorit\ In Texas there

1 State Railroad Commission should j IIt I II We und,retand that. the re"Is going is a law which prohibits the paymentof
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a either compel thai* & N. railroad ta'1! 'to be a t't or dry" campaign In one man's POIt, by; another. A new firm. The most carefully select

\ adopt the three-c\nt fare or hand |! Marion rounV pretty soon, and from That law is stVlctlylenforced, with i E ed stock. Phone orders promptly filled.
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I 1 :j their resignation t\ the Governor.. ;, the local coluiluis of th/Ocala Star of the result thatVrlw effiOrts of the .;.

; That's mighty plain talk, but who i!; W(dnesda). w\ taker'the followingneat saloon keepers t4 buy t'gro"oter
| Prescriptions :*: Carefully ::: Compounded : :
can blame the News\ Think of four little arguiiL.>n/for prohibition, I en masse \ >roliibiti elections by .;.

cents a mile fto a railroad In this although the Starys not on that side paying their poll'tax, have been completely II +
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I i many of the oth r Stat .and the "Only four It\ men before his of good; government and Competent Druggists. Fresh Drugs !

j railroad holdln the lyes In big : honor this moAingX Booze was the 1 i ful majorities. We need that law-I :I: We solicit your patronage.. : : : : : : : .

.i luck whe they re aye//o keep the cause of tbel/appf'a nee. Three! of !: a law in Florida. I .+;. --, ,. -- -- --- ---
1 rate at thre>
of Florida are *titled to know I! were arrested for atten Ming to carve I The boom of Joe Folk, of Missouri
uhe Crescent
why the excessive four-cent rate continues -,' up the inmates of west 'nd and one for President has reached Florida I I Pharmacy ; ;

to be charged by the 1.. & N. for clearing out a salo& with the I and settled down In Marion county

There may be a sufficient reason for proprietor's pistol. These festivities I where it hopes to grow and strengthen -
Oak Florida.
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It, but we can't suspect its nature. cot $e participants high but then I and possibly capture the State L. < J J1111
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Give us light on the subject. the way of the transgressor is hard." delegation to the National Democratic

I I Contention next >ear. An address i' IIIII .+ I M I'll H'iU 1'1 H II F I 1 M-II III t d+
A Hungarian count with an un-j The result in the E&eambia county has been issued to the Democratic
= 1 pronouncable prohibition election in which the will j I 'S->->iil'MH 1 l"M"l'l"H"+ .. II'' tt*
name U announced a* J I voters of the county signed by a ; ; lf'H'IMM'H lit H' 1 I 1+ F4+
the latest success in the American I' of a clear white majority was defeated number of leading cittkens. endorsing ? !

matrimonial market. He has captured -I by a purchased negro vote makes Governor Folk in strong terms an 1 ;| The German Bakery jj
(or Is aboijt to) ten million : a strong point for John S. Beard in calling for a faceting at Ocala. Gotobr ,

erican dollars, nd one of the \' \m-I his attack on the validity of the 7th to organWe a Folk club. TbH +
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Fifteenth
i bilt girls goes\...with the trade I' Amendment to the Federal is at it should beXpublic sentinten! i I
necessary attach ent. She is Min : Constitution. In his speech In the in the South as to \he nt-xt o.Imo-i|
oVthe I I State Senate last spring ; Bread Rolls Pies and Cakes
Gladys daughter late Cornellm on his proposed cratic nominee' for: Trwldent is In a !'
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Vanderbilt who was the son of the amendment to disfranchise the chaotic condition and it is tinua that : I
late William II. Vaiilerbllt. who was negro Mr. Beard laid: It should begin to crjstalize. NQ man 1 \ and all the products of a first-clas bakery.

the man who observed once upon a ,I I "You think jou 'fcave' got rid ofthe is authorised pak' for the South j ;M; Fresh Every Day. Courteous treatment !
time "The people lie d- d." This negro in jour eiec !3ons. By meansof nor even for Florida this i
on issue for i
\ will be accorded all. Your patronage solicit 1 1i II
the white pfhnary sib
referred to the American people not I as long .is no man knows what the majority:

the European nobles, for William H. the white citizens are united you sentiment really is. The oaly way to' ;

doubtless had the prescience eventhen have perhaps for a time done so. But I flnd out is by some such practical i 1 I I J. RUBENSTEIN. Proprietor.

to realize hat with plenty of'!' mark you this, The time will come I step as that taken in Marion count,
the Vanderbilt would'ultimately i! when some great. leueariees
money stock on and Governor Folk is
which the a pretty good ++++++++..111111111 1 ++++1H.. 1 i 11 M 1111 >fi-i 1111+++*++t.q
; get into good society overin |i white people will be dijvided. -I candidate to start w ith. But there '

: Europe on a fair exchange of doll Each bide will then strive to others .
are and
we susptvt that behind ;" W-M4' H' H'V v-W wYv H iw,, /!-! .:": +M(1
I lars for titles. \nl\. yet old GreatGrandpa ) secure the negro vote, and the negro and above and over them all. in % VVK SELL
NOTICING
EXCtis'rHealth
; Vanderbllt used to call himself j holding the balance of power will de- the end will loom the stalwart per- '

Wanderbilt U the absence of an l j termine the result.' sonality of W. J. Bryan who will :: and Accident Insurance.Annual. .

educated accent/and keep a ferry I: That is just what happened in walk off with the gate receipts a'JI I (1 Semi-Annu&l.Quarterly or Monthly Prvm.uma. .
|: Pensacola last Tuesday. The saloon usual and lead Pins & McEWEN
where he put folks across the river us Into that undiscovered General Agents, LIVE OAK, fLA.
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for a dime a head. element of paid the poll tax for hundreds land lying!; beyond the Ides of 1 1I P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in North Florida. :-
negro voters who\ never pay November 1907. ,
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s E. N. Green & !Dress is in town Webb Ross, a\rgminent citizen of Notice. I

today, trading. \ the Rossburg. meat is in the The Board of St wards of the I'' for Sale I

city today transacting i business. Methodist churtfi w/11 hold an ad-1 The Doctor I

\V. M. ROSV Rossburg. Is intown journed session he church tonight 'I .

today tradiry. S. R. Jones saHainan for M. L. ?
at 8 o'clock. TXe\eetlnE is Import
Burnett & Co., Majo \Ve offer at a bargain
we \ yesterday ant. Let each'member be present. Knows

W A. Walker/of or Uossburg is in to spend ayffile with relatives. i I six room cottage with

town today tr g.p J. Right a prominent citizen of modern conveniences, on

Sheriff J. P..Brawn, of Titusville
Houston is a bus ess visitor to the south Ohio Most
Harris,ofiiacon. was a guest city avenue.
D. was in the erday, looking fora
than else
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city today. I BETTER anybody
of the Ethel re1e1' ay. negro that Is/vVnted In his county I desirable residence sectionof | what to do in illness

i The Live OaH Drn; Co., Is havinga the city. If you are often knows how
itlon UC to
made business tripto
Col. J. L. Lie a WANTED- prevent
stenographer.
new coat of pal ( put on Inside Us contemplating purchasinga I 11C little troubles from developing -
Lake City ySt4 ay. i Miss Lottie Pichard in care or
store which will g catty improve Its home in Live Oak come into serious affairs.
E. II. Pichard, at Live Oak Bank. Iw
J. C. Crawl ,1of Rock Cut Is In looks. up to our office and let U P does not have to guess and
--- H C experiment he is
a good
town today oN >1Isiness.r For Saturday and Monday the show this
; W. M. Holloway.y Tallahassee us you place.EDWARDSREALTY I doctor and knows his business.
Band Box will sell regular five dollar
I
State Superintendent of Public In-
Is in !
J. E. MercetfojLPlatt Station tailored hats at $3.50. Remember inKbe"erloseelhe
: struction was regfWred at the Ethel 11 J A doctor and bring
the city today oa Business. Saturday and Monday only. The
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\ this morning. your prescriptions here.
Band Box. 3.3t [ CO.

G. A. Davis./vyi'adlson. is a busl-
Edgar Davis Las accepted a position -, --
Dec visitor toe city today J. L. Johns, 0/Madison, was in .
with the Dat/s Grocery Co. ai
\ Lewin Building Room 3. I
town yesterday i ternoon, enroute ,
new store Just opened in the;
grocery
of Grovejr
C. BembTyjend son,
W. home from Per /. ;vhere he has been building i SuwanneeDrug
toftr trading. McCulloch Phone No. 14.i I
in town .
are j for a few daymen business.We .
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J. C. BalsdenJeft this morning on MEUCTtAOT* Leave jour
trip CalnesvIlle. are very sorry to learn that orders for greeorbepiJrokra and eggplants -1.I John Darkness, f om the sand hill Company
a business } Dr. L. C. nutes. taken
sick
very with A \\'/Pow,e, at oe-rat i ioMct' country aroun 0'/ rien is shaking

at his home ye eTday. lie Is some I i i hands with his friends here to.I :- ,,
A. K. Evans oLSuwannee Station mray : 'n::::I:' n" I ::n I I P!n:: I ': W

|i In town today'on business. better today. II I I day. .' > -- --- --- 9

E. 1'. Groo>eivretarned this morning :i, --
JUST RECEIVED
Just received at the. Band DOt iI AT
8 II Register Jot Tallahassee is from Jacksonville, accompanied I I j Lr. w. S. York, wim has been visiting -
shipment of black silk petticoat. .
a guest of the ttttiel today.N. by his son' Dre who had to come (i his brother ) f A. S. York, for THE BON TON,
ranging In price from $;).00 up. The I .
home from school, on account of his the past week, rrwrned to his homein New line Voil skirts.
Band Box. 3-3t
II. Claytok yid son of Peacock. eje*. \ High Springs tnu morning New line latest shaped corsets.

are In town tod on business. : New line silk, lace dress trimmings in
J Mrs. F. F. Bardin; of Lake City,
Ex-Sheriff J. W. awkins returntU G. H. toss ne otSt fi ii ep srosperoua braid lace vands applique, dress
g turned spent yesterday'wiUi her sister. Mrs.I \.
goods.
Thou. last night tNurto fa is i w t ay and
t today from a ( the coast. lie
). G. Bardin his
ofd place, returning Standard Patterns Fashion Sheets.
1 from a buslne' tip to Tampa. home jesterdayV fternoon. had with him a t oe lot of fish and laid the e. r c 1, also

I i of ear's MRS. C. W. BACHE Prop.
Ij he looked as thoug\/ had enjojedhis paid qub ,
,
j T. R. Woodsfam, of Augusta Gall ., nevi on. a hop yore will
Miss Clara O'Hata, Peacock was trip very much
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registered at UTH Ethel today. at3
w s
a ip
in town this morning; on her way to fOr g FOIL IU LJ-.

Ft. Mjers. Fla., whfteshe will spend LOST-'I' erday aft noon. purse i sJlh
MUs Daisy & nb rg left this morning Good house and three lots of land,
Messrs M L Burnett Pete Bardin.
sometime with friend} and relatives containing onWten-doUar bill and one
for visit t friends in Jacksonville and store house West
a on End of
j -- or two fines aniViy ample of red and Grover Sj>erfOig, Dad Hnes, Dr J.

J f VVet and n ev. d A. Ridley com Howard street. Will sell or exchange
THK CITIZENS BANK has two or green silk PujrfSjiad printed inside
a -- for small country farm. Apply
three corner offices to rent over Its "Conu>limea>B Whit }ian Commission prised a party\rat t' went to Nobles
T. J. HackneyWellborn, was a
at Democrat office or address
toVhe banking room. Apply to Arnold P. Co. \Vajjm>ss. Ga"\Finder please Ferry estenj(y aHernoon and spent
business visitor city jester- Box '93. Live Oak, Fla. s27-4t
Mickler Cashier. tf retnriv/to J. W. Illume v the night on the rivet returning, this
day. '
----. mornlag What time thee spent oa -- t

J. \ uraville Is bacK J. I... Kent of Madison came up I Miss MauUe Marion, of Marioa. the river they were fishing and hunt One evening this week Mr. Walter t+
F. Brannon ) ,
last: night and sjVnythe night with 'N tshay ing. Blum lost from his pocket a purse
in town after a j&r days' visit to re Fla. spent ) here with Mr*.
/ his son, J. G. Kent or this plare. He J. K Davis anJQeft in the afternoonfor containing more than $2fttln cash.
latives.
left this morning!TorSt short visit to her homtit sSe hi jut back from 11. Macke, the well known construction lie at onte placed anj .ad" in the
Daily Dem\ at and before the
Col. Frank D'w returned from a Gainesville. a trip to Jme.. town.There man who came here with paper
Bros months and bad been on fX streets an hour the L
---- Hugger many ago
this
Jacksonville
business trip to
morclng. / \ FOUND-One Vicife. Owner call was anJnforjnal party Jht"D has worked on sa emof the finest purse was retihiped with contents
rte
undisturbed. .
nder Mr.
and describe sam Walker Paja andVwas fortunatefor
returnedMrom
C. C. Skeen. a>prosperous farmer care W. S. Co.'s..cot on house dtfI honor of Miss\ Plunder. Those prcwnt just a vacation up
about Fitage/al& Ga. Mr. Macke is Mr plume that\t fell in the
of the Ilixford settlement, la In town were Misse PInuder and Pules- \

today trading. f ), .\. and C "'. JDixon, prosperous" too Messrs Peter f/eltz and Karl an excel { worn" and we hope bands of'an honest gent man. Don't

I farmers of the\ofavland neighborhood I Bardin, Mr and Mrs Briggs .Irring- that he will find It to his interest to forget that an "ad" in th Democrat 144fr

J, R Tboma3 n. of Lafayette are in the 'ty today, trading. I ton. make his home in Live Oak. always pays.
!
county was In tlcity this morning i aaif

on business. f .n.-; ;: I.n ;; ;
tmt.m-r.:: :: =--=ulUwum: :mm; : : II ::Im"n"nm:: ; Ir: 1 I :: :::m:: : : il i ill ;lllnll'ili alt
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J. P. PhlllipsXif prominent citizen n tnfed
BETTER GSCDS FOR SAME MONEY. E niporiuni StOre NeWS. SAVE S309S FOR LESS ONLY
of Ocala is in town today greeting

bit many friends. N _--v

FRIDAY, OCTOBER a. 15U7.- I .1. lhtl\'rtlI), i r'"prietOr. PHONE 159. FREE DELIVERYIIOMKUV. .
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Co., of Fen oioway, is in town ''Ii : %\H-I;'%( '. AM mI.1S.: llou TH Buy Good Shots : (iLOKS.LOM r

today on busigfyst31rs I "Black Cat" hosiery, as all who You can't get good shoe just I _

t have tried them will testify, oqt I aay where. There are loU of I*
I silk gloves are stiller fi
C. D. Bhckwell returned honw look out wear and out value all Never before BU our Use bees wo |oor shoed made and some stores >
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in .....H.e have
complete. Brown being (be Iea4iag sell thm. bestmush a new $:
this morning fn/ra a few da>'s visit y I.U. Only the
shipment of niUaene pure silk gloves [eV f;
tQ friends In Jasper.Mr I g color we nave a alee aetection of their price are good enough
16 hutton length double tip whitestyles. Lthes
bags and belts in all shades and for us-or for you if jou know.
> and buck at 11.50 Tans [
I I a pair. and
A. S. York/eft yesterday after Elastic and rtbboa belts are Don't take chaste, don't speculate
brown in all the leading shades
anon for Atlan where she will I quite popular also brown and bla k in shoes. Our methods are at ? i
$%.'.
spend a -eek.. r\"o, : !father belts in girdle effect. See a surety of satisfaction. Priceisn't : iM

: some of tbe latest styles IB the win everything:, though from the The express man just brought in a

Henry W. Melty.' a genial farmer I dow and front show caw*, lowness of ours one might think shipment of kid gloves 2 clasp Nob-

from the Iloc\/Hill district id itown \\e have two lots of belts to close I we thought so. Quality. style lers" all colors at 11.35. 16 button M

today on .business. out regardless of cost, one table at j and comfort count more. Of these i kids black and all shades of brown .

1.: cents 25 and 55 cent vateea; you can get more here at a specified at $3.51. laD order houses get $1.00

Chas II. Brown rE'turnedester.- Second table at 25 cents for &' amount than anywhere Vol -
: for same ...U ty. ,
day from Tamp'wben> he has been l lf l and 7 5 cent values.IlAMiKKIiTIIIIItS.. know of.

for a few day on business. { I ,
i ( I Wf. M'iM'LiKs.
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t L. W. Helton* of Ferry. was In th ; BLACK CVT RV' D I I i
CM.CAGOI.ESOSHHOSIE ; I Ii
city last nl route home from abusiness ;- COUPAHY -- -- I I r Just to keep the children coming
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trip Jacksonville. others. Every mother is interested Our line is very strong on plain linen our way we have purchased a big line }

A. W. Ross, a :tude'nt of the South- in where to buy the with Barrow hems at lOc and 12l.c, I v3 I of tablets pencils, composition books, I } MF

all the adlombroidered at 15 to Su cis. I
era best hose. With goods etc Just for a starter, will sell a 300
Business back a
College, is at his
in cotton, we are still selling. The style of checked handkerchiefs : !
Studies, after a/ ..e's illness. new i page pencil tablet or a 160 page ink P

"t '/ even the staple every day child- i have made a great hit, we have I' j I Tablet, and a pencil for 5 cents Or ft t
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I .
Tens ribbed hose at old prices. I
1 J W. Lump n, .Tormerly express: Ii'i.} S speciall : them at IDC'S Last but not least i I y i I'-'UT still with every pair of school

.teat here but daw of Tallahassee. 5cts will bear inspection ..
our specials at <>purchased \\
25c numbers Try r e..ilIgi"etwotabII
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strong on 4TKJ
t *U In the city/ \terday and paid I
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It, / .rt Manufacturers of \
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"Sure. I c ake my wife rest i Now is the Time to Visit the
Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights),:
' easy when I* be out all night." a ,
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t His pear. Old Mother. j jj Power and Turpentine.Electric .
j "My dear old mother who is noeightythree I Jamestown Exposition
years old thrives oil i Lights in any part of the city furnished for

Electric Bitters:' writes W. B. Hrun- Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.

' E eon, of Dublin. Ga. "She has taken i I IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. u Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing
them for about two years and enjoys

u an excellent appetite, feels strong and n purposes. t

sleeps well" That's the way Electric i ; The War Path, :=: Air Ship, :=: Naval Display, | Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special
Bitters affect the aged, and the
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i H attention, and all orders promptly filled. -
same happy results follow in all cases
of female weakness and general de-! will interest and instruct you. Do not We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and

blllty. Weak puny children too. are : fail to go at once. For beautifully illustrated n flooring. Come and get our prices.
greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed -
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also for stomach liver and
1 t tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to t++1111+I+'tMF+ m i M H M i m m
kidney troubles by Barclay & Groover i
druggists. 50c. oct-dw u I SNOTICE

I ,I i ii FRANK C. BOYLSTON ::1: ..
i If a woman tells/you she doesn't : i
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$ Contractor and Prospective Builders:
: believe In a patntC medicine it is a'j'
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sign she is gol ga try tome of it. District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville Kla.
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, Out of Right. ,
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} "Out of sight out of mind" Is an ATLANTIC COAST LINE ;+i will furnish you your"'Lime, Cement, ...Building-sand ,

old saying which applies with special f Plaster,'L'alhs and'll kinds of Brick., ,
ill' '
11 force to a sore, burn or wound that's OUR SPECIALX? Whit! Sand Lung Brick. Askjfor prices.i -
been treated with Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.

;: ,I and chilblains out of disappear existence under files its too healing and UPI! 1 '!d i The Live OalfBrick & Supply Co:

Influence. Guaranteed by Barclay & MMi+ f+ HUM IMUM Ml I 1 I I IIM1MMMM ++

' Groover druggists. :5e. I _,_
octdw'I Use the best Brick in the State. -- u
fI I IM II M IMMMt t > M M f >* > M I t M H 11
Not a Quest km of Mind.

Miss Anne Tekk-My mind will 1
t I IT'S MADE BY
SEABOARDAirline
have to change A good deal before I I
shall believe in wXmen wearing those !

shocking Miss Sue loneckdfSO t\('asldt'-ns. No*, i Ii i I The Callahan Brick Co. Callahan Fia.W. Railway.

should have said it V as her neck and I ,

shoulders she would ave bad to I

change first. J JI H. Goodbread, Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l Agt for Live Oak. ; Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,
I Raleigh, Richmond Washington, Baltimore.
A Most ,,"orOlTrtl<'l(". I --_. .----- .---- _._-_____. -..- -- Philadelphia: and New York.

When an article has been on the I I>'ng: \\indcd."It I Marriage wil\ teach a man a lot :

market for years and gains friends takes oula Of things that h5 ne\eh
: > pr tf* long while bead expected
evedy year, it is safe to call this me-j I| to shave >ourselA dyfsn't it?" to learn. ,*-T : TWO ETRfiINS DfliLY
divine a worthy one Such is Hal-1 i
I "Not so very loVfc; 1 can shave n yj .
lard'a Horehound Sjrup. It posl-J A ..
l'rlmlnlttttacl.
theIr cures coughs and all Pulmonary !'j I elf quicker thamy old barber : Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
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could. i \ On an iooffene citizen is frequently :
diuaases. One of the best known I'I .
merchants in ) "It's a facji you Ve he stammersPress. made In that apparent usewi !:
Mobile Ala, says:
tt'rrlbIY.-Phtlade-IPa !<> littte tube railed the'appendix : Modern
For five years my family las not : Pullman : Equipment. .
It's generally the result of
been troubled with the winter cougtrtwe (i protracted :
owe this to Ballard's HorehounJS \otJce to r CustomerWe -. roaetipatlon. following liver torpor. :

>'rup. I know it has sated my children are pleased) to : Dr. Kiag'sew Life Pills regulate : The Jamestown Line
announce thttFoley'g the liter. prevent appendicitis and Exposition
from :
many sick spelU Sold by
i Hone and Tar for cough, establish regular habits of the boweH .
Suwannee Drug Co octdwhumor cold and NORFOLI VA.
/ lung' troubles It' not affected :Se at Barclay & Groover drugstore : .
1 b> the National Pure .
Food and
'I "You have no s use ," h e Drug law as it contains no opiate or i,, oct-dw .:, Excursion Tickets on Sale DailyFor
complained "Y can't take a ''other
harmful
drugs! and we recommend -I i\ Ik>\\ltt'8
loke." Kidney and Bladder Pills full information and
it as a safe remedy" for children Sleeper reservations call o': an. agent
relieve backache, weak of Seaboard or write,
"I took ona heil I got you" she and adults. ( kidneys and :

bitterly replied.- $ -Me-l.'p. city Pharmacy inflammation of the bladder Sold I S. C. EOVLSTON., Asst. Gent. 1'ass. Agent Jack'. a, .
J t oct-dw b>' Live Oak Drug Co oct-dw ;
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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 19C11. -""; .3',-. "':. -:
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Ijhe P roof fs fn TJhe Comparison her If the the it fVsomethlifg av tratSjDf age oman what nice will you and not say.about question Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co. .i



Jealousy iJ theVroof a little man The Mineral Springs Route.

gives of big recognition of a biggerone.

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Ga 1iJ Lest We zn1 Clus 7113?CLASS cl IIEDL'Li'. ( "fl f'I I z.4 clw
EFFEI'EIVE
Frt Prt Frt
forget-Baby is restless, can't slep at and I and Pass Pass Pass Pa a Pass AUG. 18, 1907 P.sa Pas. F Pass Fusand and
Pa..'Pass
night, won't eat, cries spasmodically.A IPasaiLaea
3 I7 13 12 146 164 8A'MjA.M
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge A.M A.M P.M P.M PM AM A.M P.M P.M P.M PIMP.AI
STATIONS _
never falls to cure. Every mother
Daily ex Sun Sun San D ex Sun ID ex D ex Fun Sun un I Daily ex
should give her baby White's Cream Sunday only only only Sun only Sun run only only only, Sunda!
Lr Lve Lve ire Lre Lve Lye Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar
Vermifuge So many times when
the is 7 4b 11 10 8 4011 1 2 (0 5 Live Oak_ ..... '10 1150 6 t 9 00j 4 IS 6 Al
baby pale
and fretful
the 8051150.. 8 58'11 218 5 18 .Starr ..... ... 10 061130 557 842 0o a is
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mother does not know what to do. I 8 10 11 35 9 11:11 2 22 5 .. .. ,Mercer....... .... l0 of 1125 S 8 y7 353 5s151150
906,113$ 2 5 Platt......... 95'i1 7" 5 50 834 I 350 5S30115
\ bottle of this medicine would bring 0 9 1: 1148 236 5 Lanester ..... .. 5471112 542 s zsI 3 3S 510

color to his cheeks and laughter to 9 "59 2511155 pp 5 40 S 351 Dowliog Pant .. ...i 9 1105 2 V S 35 818 31S 3 ::

his e>es. Give it a trial. Sold by 9 (t61t2 301 9 12 02 101 5 4. 5 39 ...... -Chance9... IO 57 210 S 8 08; 3 0& 313
whose and and 9 1 1135 9 3 121 411 b 513 ..d.yeJunction. 9 ID 50 2 Oa s1 8 800 300 3 05
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pride name s5e
Particular people 944 y
Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw 93'1 94 /ii 6 600 .Sib.......... ... 913 0 515 25I
50t 24
pride in product goes into their stationery have II 9 M OUj 1011 314 4 8 6 1,. i..........Townaend....... 9 10 1014 32 /a Ol 2 2 23

preferred Coupon Bond [irrespective of price for It is strange umbreill that'lt is so difficultto 10 H SIj 110 82 b 517 Ol 6 70 46 c :...-FenhoU.way...... ..Perry......... ... 829/ 16 9 946 425 16 2 150 i
lose an that is ready to N 56 t11 71 HamptonSprings._ .. 8 06 9 30 00 130i

fifteen years. be thrown away \ i
over t N_ i MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.

Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care. XUTICIPOI. ;. 1'UU.ICATIOV. I' ,

J make for firmness and perminance are I IP.MI i ,P.M P.p. P.Pt P.M
ful methods that : Lvel, Ar Ar Ar

still used in making @((5)QJp) ) [ (00 l { ROlfi) Its beau- Ut'I.rtmt'nt t.f the Interior Lam I --- -I 1-1t-:,--I I ......M.yo Junction. i 8 2 55-

and Office at Cainestille Fla. 'P'I'! 12 ZO! i--1-1 I $ ..... .........Dell........... .. 161 7 50 2 40
tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness erac- Sept. 1% 6 02 .......... Pf'tfl'aOlL......-... 1 44 7 44 232
ing qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de i XI, 19t 7.Notice Uil 071............_S1ayo. ......, 1 7 2 20

luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. is hereby given that Milton P.MA.MP.MP.MP.MP.M;t---S! 7I......? .....\I1on.............. A.M A.MP.M'P.MP.MP.MPM 130 T 215AM

read- Frazier of Ellaville Fla. has filed ;- --- -- ---:
Write your letters so that they will compel a I ;;:D : Sun Sun iD Ssn flex Sun D ex Soo Sun Sun Sun; D ex D ex
notice of his intention to make final
them on Sun I'un IOn1) Onlrpnl Sun .Only Sun On J Oniy Only Only Sun 'UD
ing-write I fite-)ear proof in support of his 14"6 8
-3-\7\1"1\9\-5:11'13\ \ \ \ 2 12 16 4
claim, tiz: Homestead Entry No :

I IIIIiII @ @l1D @OO IID@ [Q) I 29972, made May 26, 1900, for the
s Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and
west half of northwest one-fourth. Atlantic Coast Line. For further information as to schedules and connections

to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing Section 30, Township 1 south, Rang call on any ticket agent.

of yourhouse.t \\ p)/ 1 ')1"1"-I ), costs 12 ('ast. and that said proof will be J. LEE ENSIGN l'rt:-il1t'nt. IS. P. HOPKINS. Traffic Manager.
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other
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no more than lug U- Vi1U : made before Clerk Circuit Court, at ---
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good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve Live Oak, Fla.. on Nov. 6, 1907. 1
!! FLORIDA RAILWAYTime
well-
you as He names the following witnesses

4 -COU BO DboohhowiRlr 1 American Writing Paper Co. II I I to prove his continuous residence up-

artoiu weighU-finishoB and colors I on, and cultivation of. the land, >iz.U : Table No. 20
and how finely the paper prints will be I '
_you with the name of a local print- Iarsest aUUra.tnrt'1'oI of the l um. t U Millinor. of Ellaville, Fla.; '!>.
eor.tationerwho can upply you-If f! inertial Paper in the W orlll. Taking Effect SUNDAY; JUNE 30, at 12-01 A. M., 1907.
I JT O'Hara of Ellatille Fla. J. E.
you will.wnU lu on your business let. : ;
..tcrhead. i 29 Mills. HOLYOKE, MASS. | Brazen of Ellatille, Fla.; Henry SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATEREAD A

I 1Vright of Live Oak, Fla.HENRY I ._. __
S. DOW. CENTRAL: TIME. READ DOW
S. CHUBB. I
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I T. J. LYLE :| dw-sept25-lmo fee paid. RegisterEd Mixed Na3 Dally Fgt. NaL Mail and STAnON MaiI Nat and. I Freight Na4 Loul los

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practical i Ii Sunday. lla.ly. Daii7
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ceptSon
DIXON, !! Take something now and then to I ,
L.M.
i WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER ;
c.
the Kodol will do this.
35 year's experience help stomach. 700 a m 4 30 pat.L.. ....-....... U. Oak_........ .._.Ar b0am i 40 p.
DENTIST. It is a combination of natural digest- I 6
r- I Good stock of Watches always on hand. : ants and vegetable acids and con 720. m 4 U pm L. l'i.r_. .... .. .L. II 30. m i 2j pm *

ORTOPONTIA : CROWN : AND : BRILXE 740 a III 4bpm 1 r__..__Lanier ..., ..-,. LrOZOa m 458pm l
hea'1
tains the same juices found in a $
- WORK. : SPECIALTIES. THE ; 750 .. 08 L..--- K\l'k nd L. 4 40
1. thy stomach. It is pleasant to take. I m II at 10.a at p m

UNION PRESSINi CLUBFor It digests what you eat. Sold by Live 6 20 a m S 9. r Wdmarth-- --Lv.10 00 a 4 25 p m

BROOME Oak Drug Co. oct-dw *
d M.E. I I 830 a m 1 t.W th.__ _..._Ar.B .
work short noticd. / 0bt
neat or. 850 Ar_.... _Lllr.tJe-! -....-
a m
is tit teacher to Lv____LU ..__. f
Society al yI a man 9 06 a m --- -- 20.5
ATTORNEY COUNSELOR AT LAW. Howard St. : : : Phone 222 i
look supremely happy even when his 9 25. m r ..___Wi1no&rL.. =
LIVE OAK : FLORIDA. -- -- --- -- -- Lr__ ____Ar.-
+ bored to dejfhNo 1000 a m i ZO pD. Wiima.rth t ,ia m 120 pm

Wi" practice in alt the court of the State. Sp eial I It 116 III 5.a m ._._._. ... .-P.h-w._..._ ......_......Ly.. 16. 4 k
attention to Conveyance. Collection a p m t 15 pili
given !.II 1
.f Renta. Ete. AU business promptly attend CLINTON & .
.J to MnKSI I home i* so pleasant, regardless I J 1011 a m S30pmLr No r1.L. f4Sam 400po $tSg.

LARCI ____..._ ._._ ... ._
Nor ART PVBUC STATS AT i of the comforts that mosey will 1026 a m 510pm!Ar. .M.3F4 ::. .: .r .Lr. _931am. S t' I'mIL.
--- I I t0o a m ._- ....... ._........._._Ar. ---
| buy. as when the entire family is lu -.Mt.-
I' ...... ......---,_.A......._..........___Ly.
DR. J. W WEST Wholesale and Retail I perfect health A bottte of Orino 1050 11Wa.a m. ._- __._..A nton..........__._.__Ar. .

Laxatite Fruit Syrup costs 50 cent 11)0 a m _. _....._._._.,.:.51+a.:=. ..........____Lr.1l :
Physician and Surgeon.Office It will cure every member of the!! li a m 5 U ; LY_...... ___Mr-........_.... ___.Ar. t jam 1 i0 pm AirIL

: Carroll Building. Ohio A venue. Dealers in Florii: family of constipation. sick !tt'taJ-1 i 1118 a m'i: 54t P rnL.-_......__.sa.[; .._.........._....- .Ar 53.D SO: II III

1I Residency at Ethel Hotel. i ache or stomach trouble City 1'har-1, 1136 a mi; 531 p UtILv, _._ ......-......'=ad............___.__.L.. 9 26. m I 26 P"

Pbone: -Olic*. No. 168. da and WesternMEATS : mact. oet-dw' i 12 p 610 II ILr__.-...--__AskeB) .._._. .-- __.L.. t 06 a II III 1 ;
Residence Nos.23 or log. u1z
............. ... troy
Drug Store BarclavlA Groover)No 16. It a 111'' 617D m L._.__......___a..t:" -- .L. 900am Pili

------- -- -- I It Is funny thj! there is so ninthmore I I 1211 a ml 6 27 p m15!, _........__....hiA.................__L.. 8..... II'> 2 30 p III ( dIM
harm in of poker than afte
a1ame .... .... .. ....
c.S.:laowN. P K. THOHASON : !L ------Fenha awal-- .Lv. 613 211:
,I in a little *\\&e.LATEST .\ I 1239 a m 6 36 p m a pmI alto)

I BROWN & THOMASON. 12 50 a m.I; 643 II m I Ly_.___. .--.._Ikr:: k-.-.............-.._Lr. 838 a 1 It100m IIhd

---- + -- -- ._.-...-__._-_('errr.........- -....._....L.. 839. 140 bia
\ m
i 610 p
. Phone 24. NEW, ORIGINAL[ j
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PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, (d) Telegrach or Telephone Station (f) Mac Statis (r) R**8f1er. (s) Regular Step (a hal
Picture Postcards :
; ; Agency Station '1 P ClLSTOM. SupeJ' nt.ndenL >
! LIVE OAK. : : nUII1H. Prompt deliveries I I W. SI HAUlS Central Past anger Agent Ji?

Any View, Anywhere ,.
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in the
WALL PAPERWhen anywhere
/ Half A Cent Each I

1r Copied from any holograph or print forwarded We Sell Merchants Only
in need of nice wall pa- City.
: to u.*with tM order Name of party ordering I fther'
. will be imprinted on each card as publisher, with i iI
. per call on H. H. PETTY, at I, aJdR'... Postcards reproduced and delivered (
. within 10 d..,..from_receipt of order. copy and I CARRY STOCK: OF r ws
CUNTON;& MCCK'S MARKET. description of scene for which a maximum of SO u '
words i* allowed. I hotosnnile and Phototype 4
I Comet and Obelisk Flour Meal Grits Corn
illustrated Specimen Sheets maitni with.ut ,

I charge. in return for name and address of party I, Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all
requesting specnnen write on any kind of a 4
ORZNOlaxativeFruit Picture Postcard or your business stationery 108per i kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, t A
cent, to ISO per cent PROFIT Orders i
and belling AMERICAN(Trade Mark LOCAL I Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder,

VIEW PICTURE Distributor l-OSTCARDS.Manufacturers One ExclusiveWholesale Agent I Lavadura, Extracts, Writting Tablets, Lead Pen-

!Photographer IWer! .Jobber loaf Newspaper cils Box Paper Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper.
SyrupPleasant Publisher or Printer [WANTED in every city 1 ,
;..wnandvilbwre. LIBERAL E\CLl'3IVE CXS Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and
TRACT Write for termi TEN Handaonerk-
to take an-as Photosimile and Phototvpe Picture Poat- Wrigleys Chewing Gums
;irds wifl be sent to any address on receipt of
The new laxative. Docs t lFRIEND FIVE [!to.1 STAMPS. Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers. ,

e American Photocolortpe Company El. Bogador Uncle Bill.
not ,
gripe or nauseate. tor .
N"t Inc. ReproJuttions Any Porpoae by KayProcess
\ i .a
e Cures stomach and liver ,i I .apd
TO FRIENDThe 337 tatern St. fbica (o. ?hone Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited to make our office their head-
troubles and chronic con- quarters while in the city. N
Harrison 4691. J
stipation by restoring the personal recommendations of people 55 OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT ,
*ho hive been cured of coughs and Makera ofJPictwe Pcst rds.! Cobrphotovttreoggrapfca .3tr

natural action of the stom- colds by Chamberlain Cough Remedy Calentiats. Pictwrw for Newspaper Art
have done more than all else to make it 0 Supplements." Magadn Cusses Inserts for Edi
live Oak
ach, liver and bowels. tions it Lase.rVtares for Fru II.c.A rt Studies, Brokerage Commission Co.
staple artule of trade and commerce e\ei or reproaVtrtiHM for aay pos.see.in ass Quantity
alfuM 'ub.tltute.. Price BOo. ..large put cf the civilized world. from teIO u0. Wnl* fce rate 12-t

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L B. BARTON, President. -
.' H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance Corn.
' E. J. BLUME, 1st ViceVicePresidentPresident.. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier.
D. L BYRD, 2nd -



1 The Citizens' Bank of Live Oak




I :: Opened for business Sept. 3rd under the most flattering circumstances i and backed by'

and financiers of this section of Florida solicit the patronage -'*
j : I many of the best Business men ',.

I :; of the banking ublic and insures every courtesy accommodation that is ,

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consistent with xConservative ,
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1 3 -' Visit us in our new quarters, corner Ohio Avenue and Howard street, where a cordial welcome awaits one and all

1.l Our courteous cashier, Mr. Arnold P. Mickler, will take great pleasure in showing you our ,

k;; New Modern Vaults, Banker's Chests, Etc.,

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

s $6 to every one our new methods and systems of opening New Bank Accounts, OUR INTEREST COMPUTING

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


Oct. 1st is an Ideal Time to Open an Account With the New Bank.
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\: I i : We hope our friends and the banking; public generally, will not forget this, and be

i governed acco ingl y. All Deposits Weido in Pl..Itavings; Department -

\\1It. I during finy day of this week, will beat' interest from Oct.,.1st.
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H i LIVE OAI, = RLORIDA. I



!$v 3$; '

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TAFT LEAVES JAPAN' '

\ tlw a bit of 1
To continue His World.Toklo. T.runud. M 1 appiness.w14
f 'In
I Oct 2.-William/H. Taft, lJ"

American bade farewell secretary to Japai of waiC at officially 6:15 : l 1 Thepleasure derived from chewing .;

o'clock thfk evening left the brilliantly !) ; ;
anyf = : 4rI.f !&p; j

station deco for \K\ted>e amM Ehiwbasfci the firing railroad of a r-- 2t h) iIU"1f1rt..t;;' ':' ,'1/ : "I ;1. ROCK RYE t\ 0 b acco1 1t

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saluteVn/a
great display of .
military =: 7/f''f! r/J. ,/fIfl.fll1f.'w.. ( '. I
;I fireworks. Off & of the government a3. cannot be compared-with the cost. '
intludin/tBB heads of the war .
and navy dapartmVits. the staff of ifli!( t. \\v \ .

II tha American embassY and the municipal IU&" A Rock Rye chewerhas the habIT
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officers of Toklo, assembled oo ; ., : / '
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I the platform to eaten their best / "' '
t, wlshesjfor the health and success ot ""l.'{ ..'" /\1 : ;/ of contentment which has been contagious ,

the oJitlngulshed traveler during hU \ iIDnnnn"! ,

ton around the world. from thefactyhat hundreds of converts

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FIW TllllKK \\K1IKS': : ISEOf \. \ I i -
t \ = are added each day.
rtiidence I I \( \"Lh' 1t i ,:= .,
Richmond J J. Pu-rpokt :
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Mortfm rays $3,000. '\\1' 'It1 ,T = .;

Ulchmondl.. Oct. 2.-J. Pier- -' I
-- jitter tobaccos made than those
I pont Morgan delegate to the conTention tJj'I I k' ,
manufactured .:
:=' : by
from Cie Diocese of New =- -
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York, will occup\ the residence of = ===_ ;- ;;;{_=: LEY BROTHERSINC. /
_= WmSfOI\S _
Thomas Kutherfora. during the Episcopal .. leIT\.N.C.
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IN
TRUST
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General convention. Mr. -
Morgan's secretary and a steward
have already arrived and Mr. Morgan --------
'J guests will be three of the visiting man Potter of :New' York has It" ,'. ,1 contribution from the peopleV>

bishops, including r : Bishop Greer the residence t ot .. -tat- Sfp.i'wrUe should &11 feel it ,our duty to help sPARTV I TICKETS I I : !
h of New York. ( eriy n }irHnford., near Fifth and the cause.< As the Lord has bless-d I'' -
r Mr. Morgad early in the bummer Grace streets and will have several us, let us help they orphan children

leased the.Rutherford residence distinguished! prek\tea j and laymen as who need our help so muchCITIZEN. +.p Live O A to Deviling Pork on sale! daily H
paying $5,000 tuvefor on conditionthat his guests Bishop Gibson of the e\ rule of 50 tents round trip with; .4Mirimuoi
he be allowed io put in at least Diocese of Virginto has accepted' temporary '" ..
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... z ... of Un f res. Call ont
one additional bat' and to supplement use of th andsome residence> *>><*>
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Mr. L. S. Harvard, proprietor ..u.Ji AA A \ & 'Agent Phone 152 for ttttrt:+
the housefuraishing in whatever of Peter Mayo. opposite the Jefferson -, ...,....*.>.. l IH -.+.It
Ladtes\Ejiporiuin.
manner he deemed desirable. He Hotel Here 4ill be held all the ha* bjin th. .'" ..... I t J t t I further Inrornt tlO:1. +10+l U t H
condueti of a new line nadterti -
will occupy the ;house only three :octal fnnctlons by the Bishop
glen leg in the i emocrat VThe first oa-
weeks, and In meantime Mr Virginia to distinguished visitors. Georgia Stets Fair. midnight of October ::nth These
pne-rpj yes\-day. It is called
Rutherford \Europe for the .
---- -- ------- T'e Hi'iT; oriun3 \**s." and each day The Crorgla:;; State Fair will be bplJat :'ck '* entitle parties adnssr'1; i I.Il tJ

same period. The\, lge Ctu''e. tie hatter will vkeo changed as f> .Ulanta. Ga., October SOth to tfc26th. rte grouodM For further an 1 dta:'.
Mr. Morgan has one of
obtained ,
Sand > is h&naie!!; Day at the Ace' b fore
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thaf reJders the
the most spacious an4 stately homes special the date of sate for tb**e! *-1 information write to
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Baptid chlrch nd the members and and new additions to\he ,
stock and tickets will be from .
In Richmond. It 'jli formerly the October 10th to KKANK C. BOY LSTOS.trlet
'riond jir* requested to attend and the e\er ac banking ,
ring incident October
:&tl1 tnclHMve.
t residence of James/ homes Jr.. 01 be ; Parties u Paasssger Ag ot
millionaire tobautonist. wholiU the prepared cause. to co'al .Jnite liberally to'.to a store td business\ like Tl eLadies' the slate of Florida who desire to. Atlantic Coa-t I.inef. .
3. Untporitim. togeBLer with take this trip can get rates either I Ii
father-in-law- L. M Curry former '
.
The ofufctflage gt cadla is noa- such othjf store m\ Jackl Ot1 Fla.
news be laI
as from Jacksonville
minister ,i : or Live Oak at the
ectarian ud donga; gW work for I terestin/ \
to its patrons \ coagratuljpe much --- ---
reduced ot -----
rate 13.85 from
Y-1"
Mr. t"tPaln. of the number
the Brothef'Bean
State. writes that Mr. Harvard on his wdeaI Live wholly p'aunt'
who will lavishly dari Oak and return or $10.35 from It all wor we
? \e now has 53
orphajrt iri the home wakadvertising methods, :Jsckyoavllle
and
wish
I and return f'nal limit maakfad woqIdSferer havI!<-med
tie convention.
Bishop Henry Co 1-
_. < iivd it is being suppoftedjb* hftn .
for
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voluntary great success. h. '; ,
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