Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
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 11, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00154
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I- r it Goods of uality i.

I These are the only kind kept in our store. We long ago discovered that it pays the

purchaser to buy the best grade merchandise, and we are always ready to fill your wants.



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This department contains an extensive line of the best goods .
1 beau
I tt1;_:: At 4 ::9 the northern markets afford. This season's goods and not last Laeee,

year's, will be found on our counters for your inspection. In selecting -

I M 4 ": your suit for this fall, do not overlook the fact that the wem
at tu
i\ 1 VII.. ii.S-r: %**.. best suit you can afford is the cheapest in the end. Our 'readymade k

clothing is tailored especially for our house.
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Ladies will find our dress goods department to be replete with attractive patterns & iaderNer

4 { in all the latest fabrics. Silks, Panamas, voiles and flannels for dress goods.SUPPLIES.. tart


I ;!. Our grocery department is headquarters for the supplies you need in 11. K se11atsa

r r:1 this line. We buy in large quantities, of the best grade goods and |j b

it is a pleasure to give you the advantage Ofthe-icewe are able to make. f tf

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Our bIg stock c.ontall1s ever Tthll1g for furl1Ishll1g .;., -{ ;$::7: ;. $ Ii aide
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; the household. Remember thIS when you are ready i alto

!.1 E ri to buy. t hid .i5. {.prices are reasonable. The goods f. j i J l1.I I fed 4 bt
t r, are thf Wellborn, is 1 : \ -+ :=J! t
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t- lisitors in the tj r
jb.,S3asant: bus-! .
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:: jcocrat office. FromVe and.
f otton
John Knlp. country produce..
i urd one of Suzens -
? O'Hrien m-iehb :.
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to at
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p& local marketMifnt specialist, can lie con/
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-g e '.j Ohio House. whIle are In the city. :\ 'l"

in: :. { acres farm, w.c"aPII.o you
trict. was in town s111
rf 40 acres in his frieu rl
numerous *
J E >hammock and -
. I .1 bdress Mrs. J. J. J. T. Brookins. ocotton 1
:.1- i 14 Fla. S6-lmo. planters, is Co .f Jt
.6 with a load of iorth Steph'ens
- t L taily. to the Worth Stephc. t
tunas in the city r'e* ,

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law good citizen- f Sufn -. big size "ti er" L
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J. J. Kinsman theselling :
today on business j
booze too .. sto Florida. ji
% of the Rock Cul: the sheriff caught ,
J is in town todayand ,. As a consequence
t awaiting the Octob

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, thll1es southeast of town,: a counttan be iin .: d 4r-, .
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Our large line of clothing is now complete in every detail. The clothing stock we

1 i handle is made up of first-class goods, selected from general lines so that every custo-

;. mer's wants can be satisfied.

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1'' t Suits all sizes $5 to $15.00 i 1 Shoes from $1.98 to $5.00 '

I Pants 98c to $4.50 ; Boy's shoes from $1.25 to $1.75 I !

t I Boys knee pants 25c to 48c i t I Big line latest style men's hats $1.25 $2.50

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Dry Goods--A general line, too big to mention in this paper.

Ladies Jackets, large line, $3.00 up to $12.50. ;


W. LAZARUS, Proprietor. 1Lilli

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r NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. I:|>-n H i M minimi IH i n t* KKM-************ -H H H-H' H <--H -i M irnr F i iH M11 M M i n i M 1111 g n >t

Notice is hereby given that we the ,
1 i undersigned will after the publication '

t for the period of thirty days of :
this notice, apply to N. B. Broward, t Having Formed Ourselves Into a Co-partnership

. I as Governor of the State of Florida : ,

at his office in the Capitol Building .
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I of said State. In the city of Tallahassee -

f ; for Letters Patent incorporating : We take this method of thanking our
, ;1 + them their associates; and 8Uccebi '

-, : Ji i I sore Into a body politic and corporate :

, in deed and in law under the name friends and former customers for past
1 f of the Union Manufacturing Company '

< / under the following charter and :

\ articles of incorporation the original favors and solicit a continuance of the
. t of which will be on file in the office
I of the Secretary of State of the said :

,: I 'I j State of Florida, at the city of Tallahassee same for the new firm. We will carryat

i ;, during the time required by :
; law for the publication of this notice .
. ,. I W. L. ROGERS all times a full Line of DRY GOODS
.j J. F. CARVER. :
W. C. JERNIG.J. \ :
D. (X his mark) SISTRUNK. .

: J. (X his mark) SKINNER, ..
; D. C. COPEI.AND.i .
,I' i Charter of the Union )lanuflU'tulinp'.
,1 Company. :
The undersigned hereby agree to
' become associated together, and do : +

I h hereby associate themselves together LIVE OAK
for the purpot** of becoming a body ,
r politic and corporate under the laws :

c of the State of Florida, the provisions a
of which are hereby accepted. The :
following: Articles of Incorporation +.1443444 + $+d H4++++44+ +4++ l'd >++++3t++1'++ ++++++ +++d 4 .L.ti. t,. .asii. .
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become its -- ---- -
shall constitute and --- -
charter upon the issuance of letters annual meeting being on the first (&a'IJ.' D. (X his mark) SlSTRt; K.I .

., !i i Patent according to law.ARTICLE Tuesday of July, 19VS. or as soon ', fSeali\V. B. BRANNON. 'John B. Stetson University
I. after such time as practicable at (l&oall\ J. ( X his mark SKINNKR.Seal .
j The of this corporation shall which meetings the Board of Directors < > D. C. COPELAND.
+ name
i l'' be the Union Manufacturing Company and officers for the ensuing year 1 Witness: R. T. BOOZER. Funs ('ULuasXI: : FIVK TECHNICAL CIIOOLS

Its office and shall be elected by the stockholders, DELAND FLORIDA
o' principal place Stat' of Florida.> ,
I of business shall be at Wellborn under such rules and regulations -.s 5ti
"I Su\\aunt.'f' County)
Suwannee County, Florida. Branch the stockholders shall prescribe* *by* I. It. T.; Boozer a Notary Publicof Affiliated with the University of Chicago
the b\-laws of this corporation
I offices or places of business may be the tate of Florida at large do COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS.--The standards are those of the Unlversity 1-
i ; selected or established by the Board which meeting by-laws mabe adopted bv i hereby: certify that W. L. Rogers J. ; cf Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both
'I' of Directors. any of the stockholders call Stetson and Chicago. See tbe
'Jo' Carver H. W. MOIiIE'Ie)'. D. J. Chicago and Stetson catalogs.
I ARTICLE 11. ed for that. purpose or at a regular Rivers W. C. Jernigan J. D. Sis- COLLEGE OF LAW.--Graduates 0: this College are admitted to prac-
meeting Until
t : The general nature of the businessto a Board Directorsand trunk. W. B. Bra&ROn. A. J. Skinner tii-M law in Florida without examination.
Officers shall hate been first
be transacted shall be: To buy ,, and D. C. Copeland who are each to I COLLEGE TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS.
: own. sell, mortgage and otherwise duly chosen by the stockholders, the me well known this day appeared before Mechanical.: Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses
business of said
,., use such real estate and personalproperly be conducted the me and each for himself leading to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment.
by following named
as shall be necessary for the acknowledged that he signed the COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking In all its branches. Bookkeeping
and officers
proper operation and use of the business persons : foregoing Articles of Incorporation by best methods Shorthand and Typewg. Elective courses open in
proposed to be conducted by this \V L. Roger: President; 1). J. and the accompanying; notice for the other Departments. Large Faculty nodiouj building.

corporation; to buy tell, gin store, Rivers, Vice-President; II. \V. Mose- use.s and purposes therein stated. PREPARATORY ACADEMY d\1. :uejlared: to enter Harvard,
handle and otherwise deal in cotton ley. Treasurer; J. F. Caner. Secretary Witness: DI> hand and seal thi.::$ Yale. Princeton Cornell Michig. ,"' first-class Colleges.
both seed and lint; to buy sell and Manager. Board of Directors 17th day of September 190i.t NORMAL AND MODEL F 'garten in its own
handle, manufacture and otherwise : \V. L. Rogers, J. F. Carver H. Seal) It. T. BOOZER building 2. Primary and Gra: 'e building. These
use cotton seed and the products of \V. Moseley. D. J. Rivers aDd W. C. Notary Public of Florida Lake City. I I Schools especially prepare Public

the cotton and cotton seed; to grind Jernigan. :My commission expires March 7.1 I MUSIC SCHOOL.-A $10)1e than those 'n pianos separate
corn, rice and all other kinds of Temporary by-laws may be adopted 1911. (octl-lt) building large faculty, d by
grain; to manufacture all food stuffs by the said officers and dirvctora ART SCHOOL.-New '' ore

from all kinds of grains and farm until the first annual meeting of the In Circuit bunt, State of Florida j: Stetson has a faculty i HERS, hN C. They bold de- .
products, and to buy, sell deal in and stockholders. Third Judicial grew from tbe UnlverrtfetTN.C; Jart mouth. Col-
Circuit, Susanne
'1 handle the same.ARTICLE III. ARTICLE VI. (Count, la Chancery.M.ittic ; unibia.University Toronto.of Michlg- A ?RUST 'echt There Bucknell over,

The highest amount of indebtedness Harden, Complainant, W. : are
The amount of the capital stock of \0> $300,000.00 In bull million dollar
t or liability this corporation stall II. Harden, IH-fcndar.U j edowment p r
this corporation shall be Two Thousand ; an end- V. beautiful chapel
and Fire Hundred at any time subject itself to Is Five It appearing by affidavit appended I with costly furnlj' .= .
Dollars 'I' 7 oil painUngs.a
Thousand Dollars. [,: to the bill filed in the above-stated' 10000.00
divided into two hundred and fifty ARTICLE VII. i cause that W. II. Harden the defend-i i closed Athletic pip F j) f T pparatus; an en1'tall '
shares of the par value of ten dollars 'P I diamond and
each; said capital stock to be paid The names and residences of tbe I ant of the therein State named is a nonresident j I gridiron, besldo* \ 11 I } )I 111 li H-31 separate bulld-
Florida and is ings for ant ;
ii cash a men
; money per cent of which subscribers to these Articles of Incorporation 1\ Cbemistry. Physics
I resident of the l;nlted States but Mf
shall be in Bacteriology
I paid before this corpora- together with the 4t>eums and i shops;
tion shall transact any business. The amount of capital stock subscribed by more particularly unknown and that electric lights e' I"r ihell road, broad
there: is no person in the State of avenues spacious Auk lo Dealing Pork
I unpaid balance due on the said stock each are as follows: i on <* Je fatly literary musical
1 shall be paid as called for by the W. L. Rogers Wellborn. Florida., I Florida the service of a subpoena upon -:' and other studenb' et rate of 50 (entti round and not *C-
whom trip with
would bind
Board of Directors. The said defendant I tarian teaching
: remalnin six shares.J. and the expenses
J stock shall be sold by the Directors F. Cant'r.'t llborn. Florida, I and that said defendant is over: the are low.For cata hirrumum of ten f res. Call on President,
from time to time the age of twenty-one years: it is therefore lilod
as share.II. .
same may one ordered Agent Prone 152 for "" I).. L.L.U.
be decided by them at not less than W. that said nonresident
Mosetey. Wellborn. Florida ) .
its par six shares.D. defendant be and he is hereby required -I further information. ...1.ud.. Florid
value.ARTICLE IV. J. to appear to the bill of complaint t. -- +;+.
Rivers W [lborn. Florida: ,
This corporation shall exist for a two shares. filed in paid cause on or before Monday ,THAT COMI\-l'- -1- 1 M"arrangement

period of fifty years, unless sooner W. C. Jernigan Wellborn Florida the 2nd day of December A. D. Strt4. Fair.KaU midnight of .
1907.otherwise Ortober : Kheoaaer.t (
I dissolved' by law or the stockholders three share tbe allegations of said .
t herein. J. D. Statrunk. Wellborn, Florida bill defendant.will be taken as confessed by said! ( Hoard of Tne Fair will be koU : :ke's enttie parties a; or two. Mr

ARTICLE \ one share. j, el10*** 10th *
Fur :Not to the' e d a
It is further ordered this: grOUDWt. For t
f The business of this corporation W. B. Branooo. Lake City Florida furthe'lvoID
I shall be conducted by a Board of five ( II. F. D. No. 1). two shares.A. order be published once a week for I Ocala Oct. 5.-1 sale for the+ee !; ed iaformaUon. write ((io"- and will!
Directors a President a Vice-Presi J. Skinner. Wellborn. Florida. consecutive weeks la the Su- Octobermet ttI1 U5 sDlatriet
to give
I dent a Secretary, a Manager and a one share.D. waoaee Democrat, a newspaper pub-I' Friday afterBUe. FRANK C. BOY&
Treasurer. One and the same person C. Copeland. Lake City. Florida lished in said County and State. Parties 14report ").I m..t.
t may hold the offices of secretary (R. F. D. No. 1 >. three shares.In This October 2nd. 1907. of the comai4 who desire to PaMeDger i ot ver

and manager. The Board of Directors Witness Whereof we have hereunto 'I (Seal) J. W. BRYSON, make suggestions a Kt rates either Atlantic Coo. proper
shall have authority to appoint bet our hands aad seals this Clerk Circuit Court. i
such agents of this corporation as 17th day of September 1907. J. L. LEE. (octl-Stj 'cooiiBg Gat' eonv Live Oak at tile JackKonv) up. all'\

t shall be necessary for the successful tSalW. L. ROGERS. Solicitor for Complainant. 1 i linger made the rite of JS.S5 from ----______ __ ,D Pf-

I conducting of its business. Annual (SealJ. F. CARVER. mittee and the or 116.35 from If wok ** '
meetings of the stockholders of this (SealII.. MOSELEY. I all wey'wbollx' ;)::
corporation shall be held-on the first (Seal D. J. RIVERS. fOI.P.nll r NTMi. The convention will n. f"oal UnitJav. ..*.W.d woo l3StTer bavJ *' of

Tuesday of July of each year the first altW C JERNIGAN. ...... Cf'ich; ..r ..." ._ rllelllT'll .. i I tbe 14th of \o r. bat up tl, that fhr wasJncfSw fhm.f

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ONCE upon a time a gentleman from Houston, who was visiting his brotherinlaw 'at Live

Oak, asked him where he could buy a good suit ot clothes for little money, as Houston being a

small town, had no large clothing house.

His brother-in-law having been acquainted with the GLOBE STORE, for a good many years i

told him he knew a place where he could buy a good suit of cloths and save enough in the trade to ,


Buy a Good Pair of Shoes and a Hat. i


And they walked down the line until they rcched the well known corner of Howard street and i ,

Ohio avenue. There_ is where the GLOBE STORE is located with a big line of goods,

Clothing Dry Goods, Hats, Shoes and LaJbs and U ntl men's Furnishings.They a.

went in and found this store carried a big lilt of KIRSCHBAUM & MILLERS cloth-

ing, and good many others known in the market for best and cheapest in the country. He I .Fa

found a complete stock of dry goods, consisting of Ginghams, Homespun, Calicos and Broad-

cloth, all going at factory prices. Their shoe department is so large they were able to sell shoesat

wholesale prices. There was also ladies and men's hats of the latest styles, and a good

many other articles handled by them for years, and all going at low prices, and and the

GLOBE STORE guaranees your money's worth. Money refunded if not satisfrctory.The I

gentleman made all his needed purchases and recommended his friends to do their buyingat ftt r


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t 11'elibonrute+. !j which commences on the : thotI II him it was good for all kinds of bites follow you; go to the rear" and the SIMPLE HOME RKCIPK. d

The Wellbornites going to Live Oak! month will be carried there: and i and MinKs. REGULAR. I I same cry was raised that was raised ---

1 have become enthused over the hustle 1 brought hack for the small sum of : --- -- on the 6th. "Lee to the rear." and Mix Thin Helpful Itt..- "" at Home i

see-I one dollar. "..('t. to the tear." Lieut. J. D. Allen, of Company "D" and Try It.
i demonstrated in :your town ,and j'
1 A. W. McLeran, cotton buyer for I Mr. .Mitor:Under this heading 1 13th Georgia: regiment, took his Get from any prescription pharmacist -
ing so many new buildings go up
I they have decided to build up Well this place, has shipped two carloads ]I w Isb to correct some errors in regard I horse by the bridle amid the shoutsof the following: t i :

of the of seed cotton up to date, and has {j i to the time the great event abovementioned the soldiers and led him to the Fluid Extract Dandelion, on -balf
I born. Never In the history t
; place has so much building been done j I one more on hand. lie shipped his took place, and the parties I rear. Lee, promising to keep out of ounce; 'ompound Kargon one t1t i

time.Mr. : first carload last year, just one week who were actually in the scene. On way and G(Ilo Gordon gave the com- ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla 1tt
in of
same length I t
later. lie says it is not coming very the morning! of the 6th of May l mand "forward march," and in tee three ounces.Shake .
Chas. Godbold has completedhis : : 1S61.1 C !
residence and will move in some I,I fast, but that the crop is very much the battle beginning theHh time than )au could tell it the breastworks well in a bottle and take :a: t

earlier this year. lie say sthe stapleis raged for two days at Chanselora- were taken and the enemy : tcaspoooful dow after each meal and
time next month. I
I very much off as compared with ville. The enemy threw a heavy flying before Gordon's brigade. ]Hay' : at bedtime.
C. W. Hemming's home has "
#'. h.t .- last season. force against Gen. Mel-iw'a divisionof and Perry's following, while Hoke's The above i* considered by an eminent -
weeks and
':, completed for several: I I
\ Is BOW pleasantly domiciled in the j Mrs. Jennie Spencer and daughter Gen. Law's brigade, and tame near North Carolina brigade with Perry authority, who writes in a New + .j.

li% | Miss Allie Bell, who have been creating a panic. Gen. Lee seeing i I occupied the breast works that haftbeen i York daily paper, as the finest pre- '
;t. same. r ;
4ifc. Dr.Smltheon's I spending the summer in Virginia reIsh this. rode ia baste to the place, and :i retaken. On returning, Gen.i : bcriptiou ever written to relieve Backache
t : All of the outside work on
turned home last Friday, having finding G.ea. Perry's brigade in supIRHTt -{i I Lee met Gordon and called him Kidney Trouble Weak' Bladder
residence is about -
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W 8 stopped in Jamestown and Wasainj-; p remarked "Gt>D. Law, this point j "Major General." Thus Gordon: was and all forms of Urinary difficulties.
ed, and ready for the p DustS Is being I
n, U. C., nn their return. must be held or we are ruined, and jI j promoted to a major general for gallantry This mixture acts promptly on the Ht
doctor will not have paid is bettevo \.
1 .t' *e McLeran who bas will lead the charge against the and Lieut. Allen to Captain eliminative tisanes of the Kidneys enabling -
I side work done untall.! fine, which Insures PV
_the summer in the : (fie,")," when a soldier by the name Allen. Capt. Allen was killed acci- II them to alter and strain the
he says he won'tJuae. the hogs, and more i ied
hauh Carolina, after of Graves who now lives at Unadilla, denthlJIore the war. and Graves it-; uric acid and other waste matter 1tk
Wellborn, it the farmers this a
by sition returne-1 Ga., promptly stepped up and took running a canning factory at t'nadil-l! from the blood which causes
H. B. in the
McLerayisitors before. I
ever hold of the bridle on I/ee's horse I la, Ga. : nh umatlism.
t, f two nice cottageb'oasant busi-! :. -}
:s the staple I and said, "Gen., please stop. We will I II I was an eye witnetfti to this tweae I Some persons who suffer with theafflictions .
and they were bcocrat office. From WediieMla Daily.
) ,{. Mallory not let the Yankees: break this line." I IGt'n. and also Roan Groover, of this! may not feel inclined to
carpenters had, I
t5 John Knight and sun. stown, via Perry, with emotion in his voice, | county, and we know this statementis plate much: confidence: in this simple
erd. of Su-
A.V. MeLt cue in II
k. ....room cottaJzen3, brought a O'Brien neighborhood are t1-n thl"YIU said: "Gen. Lee, go to the rear," and I' true!, and should be handed down mixture, yet those who have tried it '

keeper. Mr. today. Mr. day. fair. the grand old hero let Grave, of the:I to posterity. I also believe there are i t i Ray lee recalls are simply surprising, i
\va '
-n have bought Forty-fifth Georgia regiment lai ,| other Pforhla soldiers in this county j ji i iI |i the relief being effected without the
v will be ready foi1: his cotton foi Dr. Goldstein the r
Ta1nF Co. and ID- "Traveler" a few step, thanking him, 'I I'i who could witness the same. j slightest injury to the stomach or>> i
mas. Contracted local market specialist, can be con.uHtV t
I WIG name of tha !' and Mid, "Soldier, you return and I HBV. L. M. SKBLTON.Wllmartu. other organs.; i
'I" In charge of the M&nt of a rise 'i
Ohio House.
, J I ding company. W.Biaent will go out since you wish it." Fin :! Mix some and give!: it a trial. It
Contractor F. / f :
It ? ; J. w r. Caner. Again on the 11th of the same I C.y "i':" 13th Regiment OorYoh cvrtaiitly comes highly recommended.
putting up Dr. -- W. C. Pamell. of t
manager. From the i month at what we soldiers know gla tTS. 1 It fe the prescription of an eminent
. less closed a c f remington an/. acres In his friends Inning cotton, they as the "bloody angle," the Virginians ;, -- authority, whose entire reputation,

-. r numerous dare a big dividend were driven ia during this evening, FOR SALK.A it fe said, was established by it.
t more nice m / ----
nlBftoa'g Yo'it dress Mrs. J. J > Farmers' Union Is losing; a part of our works, and that nice fUll, ooe-ftwrih mile fro* I A druggie here at home when
J. T. Brookins, one
ttw lumber (4 FlaS6lmo..* 'of our hest farmers night there was a party sent oat to the corporation 1iD is in
cotton planters
r i Uyt Oak ..-- .eking!: some good I reconoiter. with orders to report to Oak; 212 M'fftI. 15* acres in cultivation -t the Ingredienta or mix the precriptkm -
load of cotton
Ilea the 'paU1. with a r bound to succeed |f j, Gens. Gordon and Hays and tell them 19 acres of new fresh land for : for our readers, also recommends
t- Worth
who c&n fur5 In the city yes to the :Stgpfro their leaders and |I to place their brigades in position to ottoa. a alre brootsstory: dwelling it as harmless.
Mr. D. o'another -to lead." as any bui- I support each other, to order Perry's gaud barns 3 tenant houses, 1 ----

"5 plat, Sheriff Hickersorve a head to u, i I brigade in reserve; so when morBiD:; stood: young mak2. tw -ltor' | I have a gray horse for sale, ten

the "HodJ good citizen f Su- big size "tiger" >Edwards \\ho ba t.tm i came everything was in readint, wagons 4 sets of harDf>IItI. 1 ooe-bors years old, in very good condition,

' addition '*n t o(''a) on business. J. J. Kinsman the months has returned ,I but it was so foggy you could hardly: wagon, good baggy and harness, all large and able, kind and gentle. Have

. ., '. PUtUC\_ selling booze too pruch mproved. i see a man five places from )ou up tot farming tools, sugar mill and kettle, more than I need is why I will wantto

this "eJ.of the Rock Cut the sheriff caught hr and T. J. HackneyAs o'clock and Gordon's (Georgia! ou- Jerae ycow will give 3 H gallons hell. Apply to this office. J. L

werit is in town today a consequence boor the bay In sewreh brigade was in front, and while he per day 550 bvahete of corn, 11$ White. tWANTED

" awaiting the October They carried along was talking and encouraging bill men
"ytg I bead O f huts, rorn and potatOM111
criminal court, whkl sarIn case of ac- for the desperate work to be dOA your orders for Victors

ago we., and J. W. Kight. who }Ionf..f. '. With l/doclor Bopped at thea !'up rode Gen. Lee, alias "old Pap." | *eM all or a part of the farm at a !I and records, ten thousand records for

I to,p. miles southeast of town, county can be a.etting a bottle of tinctin and said. Gen. Gordon I will fead |, barsaiB. 0IMIte and: fee me before | fall, wholesale and retail. Catalogues IBnnnp

v 1rt q b day trading. fact as well _as ?test snake bite remedy. I this charge:: In person." Gordon re- !; buying. W. It. LEE free. Metropolitan Talking Machine

attn cular --tiger" coul.the druggist reminded | marked. 'General, my men will not w-oct11-1nlO Live Oak. F'a Co.. Jacksonville Fla w-tf
vet, of pine Mount, was very old, indeed'

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fl SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. A GREAT CONVENTION.Not accurate view of the subject. Over .FLORIDA TH} E. j' Congressman Heflln. of Alabama--,

in India the Hindus i says that the material
showing prosperity
in numbers but in importance, The Sea Island cotton grower has t&.

Published Atlanta is the strong symptoms of rebellion against country enjoys today is not becaut
every Friday at Live Oak entertaining today troubles of his own not shared bj II

Florida greatest convention In her history, British authority, and the indicationsare of Republican policies, but in spite of

that John Bull will his brethren who grow the short them. How do talk a
soon have a you Mr lieflia:
I Entered at the Lire Oak Postofflce that of the cotton growers of the

problem there that will give him a staple. He has a more limited Don't Republican policies bring th
as second-class matter. South and the representatives of the: *

"J iTi j International Cotton Spinners Association brand new set of ideas on the race market, and while he has a monopolyin sun and rain and give us good cropeHaven.t *
CHAS. W. IRVIN Editor and M'g'r.r .
i Including many delegates question and the color line. He has production that should give him Republican policies felt u ,

educated those Hindus the flood of
; and now they gold from Alaska
Subscription One Dollar Per Year. from Europe who represent multi- strong advantages, he seems to have tad
r : are turning on him with Cripple Creek
plied millions of capital invested in sharpened so necessary to do aft

I I .f. It is estimated that this year's pea the manufacture of our great Southern fangs to rend him. Unaided and with- : been out-generaled by a monopolyon Increasing business with* DoD t

I f nut crop Is worth more than J15- staple. Never before have these out real Sympathy In any part of the the other side of the proposition Republican policies regulate the law

i 000,000.-Ocala Banner. two colossal interests the growers world the South with absolute which holds him in a grasp he has of supply and demand In Europe.

I .1'I. Now let somebody good at small and the manufacturers, met in convention knowledge that she was right, has not been able to escape from. The Asia, Africa and Xorth and South

\ :;i figgeriu* give us an estimate on the I and as they come together in | fought the battle for white supremacy Atlanta conference of tilt spinner America, which has given us a boon

! value of this year's crop of peanut a Southern city on the most amicable since the l'loSE' of the civil war; and growers has its interest for himas In lumber, cotton, wheat and littlqthings

, ; politicians. No estimates under two, terms, neither seeking advantage of but all round the horizon there are ; well as the others and he' is there I like that'? Go long, maa!

! bits received. the other but to promote their mutual unmistakable signs that she is not to I in force from Florida to see what --'-" -- ------

fight it alone hereafter.
interests and to secure those There H benefit he can get from It. In the< Judge Vernon M. Davis

R j|| I Th> Pennsylvania Railroad Com- uo man in the world today so well an emtseat i
benefits which always come from Atlanta Constitution of yesterday we New York jurist, has just
lift jj I pany has agreed to obey the law and qualified to view this race question returned
better find tbe which shows that
acquaintance, the results o: following from London, where he
m put on a fiat two-cent rate until the rightly as tbe educated thoughtful, closely
the procedure
constitutionality of the law can be fairniinded Southern white in
wan who I
to both. They both have a com Sea Island cotton counties bate the criminal courts, and he
decided. Why couldn't the roads in Is troubled with no st. Is much
mon enemy, the simulator or gambler I strong representatives at the Conference i pressed with their
North Carolina and Alabama show long-range theories on nthnentaJ'j way of
and to minimize his power for I and they know what they administering justk-e
the same good sense? i and who Mat learned his f Among otherthings
evil will be one of the purposes of want: he says:
C1a in the hard stern school
the an exhaustive -
convention. The president of the "Among; the most interested of "Over here tbe
judges in
jl'l Frot. Jere M. Pound, of the Georgia practical experience." And ; criminal
<,* International Cotton Spinners Association those attending; tie conference ofrottou cases are on trial
KI Normal and Industrial School at to his views the white as much as the de-
people of'er
,' is lion. ('. W. MaCara of growers and spinners are .1 fendant. The public tries to find
Mllledgeville. in that State, has been land are sure to come and that tai out
i Manchester. England, and he was interviewed of Florida planters who bow much law the
group grow judge knows
I appointed by Governor Hoke Smith before this century in half gone. I and
by tli.tlanta Constitution Sea Island cotton exclusively. These all sorts of
'tl! as State School Commissioner of -- -- schemes are planned to
; upon hU arrival In that city. i' -- -- growers have felt themselves hampered trip him up. In England
; Georgia to succeed W. li. Merritt.resigned. WIIV MOT CKT; ; TOtirrrilEKV'Lloth a trial fs
... .. From that interview we take the fol : In that the thread mills have conducted In
ITOI. round Is well knownIn a quiet, thorough,
lowing, which will be of special interest I the cotton spinners and throH.rs
Florida and achieved high distinction been practically, their only buyer.. dignified manner and no time is wasted j
to readers i In convention at .\tlanhKaY
our ,
as showing how up
t in the educational circles of this thus leaving them with only three : wltty senseless arguments, squabbles
z well disposed these European cotton that the great desideratum Is to
State by his admirable administration customers as the business *is in the and long drawn out technical t
spinners are toward Southern cotton t"t. together and trade direct wif hi "
J. of the office of President of the bands of three large companies however I Ut t;.
growers and how they share with each other, thereby elimination the
East Florida Seminary at Gainesville, in yarn from Sea Island cotton h --- --.. -- '-
the desire gambler with his tricks to bull iJIT..t ;
and purpose to abate the and
which position he held until that institution In high demand. The silk factories la no public man (, the
notorious evils which are hurtful to bear the market regardless of the ti
was merged in the State law usa large amount of it. and want South today (in whose sound judgment
both of supply and demand. This 3
University. Prof. Pound Is a brotherof more than they can :(t't. A large we have more faith than that ot '
"What is the attitude of would seem to be entirely practicable
Editor Pound, of the Perry Herald, quantity is needed for high-class robber John S. Williams, recently nominatedin
s toward the New York cot-I now in view of the organization of
and well hose and the growth of the
so in this city as one the Mississippi primary to the
I ton exchange and others in tin the cotton growers and their great
of the former proprietors of the '' I automobile business has made a new United States Senate. He
'I' United States" Mr. MaCara was I system of warehouses In which they represents
Democrat. < use for S+\i Island yarn. 23.000 balm the most enlightened public
asked. tau store their staple In the care of I sentiment -
I of Sea Island cotton having gone into of this section on all
Governor "There is need of legitimate middlemen their own people until such time a* j leading
fi Broward made automobile the List
a good j )ear. Issues, and he has what is
tt I ," he replied. "1V a need cotton they sfit" to sell. The spinners have moat
; speech at the "In
Waterways convention to meet thin situation a necessary for the
I I samplers and agents; of course, to do us. respectful and
cotton their
In agents to go (into buying,
it'it'I Memphis Saturday, probably as: I number of growers of Bradford, SuwanotE' thoughtful attention of the North
the market and buy the but these are legitimate and
I. good as any of them, for he is at hibeat s raw ma-/I net'eesary j j Hamilton. Columbia. laker" when be speaks on those issues.
I I terial / middle For
required by the mills. men who impose no need-1;
massing facts and figures and .\lat'b ua counties, of Florid, this
we are glad to learn that
on brokers have a place to fill and the I less burden upon the crop, and the.-fP have
I propositions of that character. organized a company, and wll I Mr.: Williams{ has at last got his convent
foreign spinners maintain authenticated agents; should be able
Happily for his theories there is no rt'I'rt'sentl'1th't's j build a ('O-olJt>fath'e yarn mill. At to take, the lecture
1 on the American to deal direct with the farmers
cotton and
drainage district to be taxed in this exchanges I first It was intended to Invest $50.000 A dispatch from
to make contracts for their I the cotton shipped straight from the Washington says:
case to raise the to : hut the
money foot the now project has grown until "11r. Williams has
supply of cotton. But the waiehounes to the spinners. I completed arrangements
bill Whv
and when he opportunities
says that $500- a plant will In1 put up involving an I
that have been given I not? This would in time build I with a lecture burean
000.000 could be menwho up rnew
profitably used in outlay of $4<)o.OvO. Such
a mill. that
the next ten neither grow nor spin cotton, nor I system of marketing the crow on 1'1 keep him busy all throng
years by the government I IK Htated. will take practically all thi November.
HU talk
will Include
to deepen the are legitimately Interested In its dUtrlbutlon. a simple and adequate ba! is, knock j es-
Mississippi and fa&cy east Florida
Sea Island
I cottono positions
of the
I to bring about ruinous the "future" business, it immigration problems
the as is now
dig canal
to ,
i connect it with the IOlleratt'd
Great Lakes there will be land- fluctuations in the price of raw material higher than a kite, and thecotton i i; growershofte applied to the South, and he will
i no to meet somforri
n spinners : ,
I detail his
is an evil gambler would experience with educated
more find his
owner prejudicial to occnirIlion !
an advalorem who might interested
PS|i| tax to say him nay. Suffering as this I the cotton business than any other I OII-e. The elements in thin in their territory.mill The investments and uneducated negroes, as observedon

which j problem his Southern plantations la hla
country is for transportation facili now exists. The baling and getting the producer and
; jwirty is quartered at the Marion, talk on the race question in Ke-nerat.
I ties, it is discreditable to our national -I warehousing of jour staple has not I manufacturer together are so few : and I.ompcHit d of
I been the following: He probably will discuss also federal
common sense and enterprise that as satisfactory as you and w,; j simple that all bone wine heads

j desire, but the evil gathered in Atlanta T. AtM'Je.vard.. of Make City, edl- encroachment on State legislation
I have intent
we get so little service out of m itkHiMI on a rotn-
our tor The
: I is vastly I moo Index of that (city and a and his friends declare his talk will:
magnificent system of waterways.Think more pernicious in its ef- i iI purpose, should be able to ftnJ i large Sea
, I Island grower: J, K. Williams be one that will
I feet. |: a solution without difficulty I do much to bring the
what France and Germany i I II and put
: ,
of ,
: ii I i 1' I larboa'Iet' president of South to the realization "
1 would do with such opportunities as j! Mr. MaCara significantly remarked :the great business of marketing th- '!the of its needs.
s, "It was not the spinners i i I American cotton Sea Island Cotton AH- ---
t ours! of England j crop upon which ----
I I I j ciatioa; J. W. Hatcher, of Lake
nor of live continent who bfoaglttabout : our national prosperity is The East
m largely ;; Coast papers say that the
City. a large
sea island grower; : J. Cybe9'leld .
Prohibition didn't win out In. the organization of the International dependent irpwn a new and better j' tourists are :tlready dropping In from
-I of lake ,
president of
Pensacola, but it scared the city I Cotton Spinners' A *oclatia.t system that will effectually cleanse it ]i the t Ioe, \:'rfh and that the indications

but it from First National bank of that city -anking In a.jPiesident __
was Darnel the
government into a system of saloon 1 Sully ; devouring parasites" on the id T1 w,"' ig.ne lourlst season. 1B.
C. H. "
regulation that will take away some : "Does your oriation seek lowerj I exchange i I l!'National Brown Larhe ulty d\' nod crowd says that If the
bank of .
i of the bad features of the traffic. The '!I I I priced cotton?" I asked. To thin hej i i Action furthering this condition 1 Brown, of COlumblarneH LIvelY ACADEMY, Michiga.J: cpa'f\S," h. go "dr> it will

new city ordinance on the subjoctpractlcall replied ': took concrete form in the unanimous largest Sea J.lan :'iD MODEL f oi\ of people who

)" abolishes i "We wish the market to adoption by the primary and Gra
the dives, con- be res- cvnferetK of a ..*- North every

fines the saloons to a limited area ;I nonaive to the ordinary laws of sun- 'I $0tetfoti presented' by the committee- I Ido. fly prepare.-A $10\PublUHOOL. j" -N and rottages

and further !ii ply and demand. We on trade 1e than those
enacts that no liquor want )O\Ir cot I relations between growersand large faculty thorc It 1 warm weather

i shall be bold or given to any intoxlcaiea ton and are prepared to pay for it wi .pht..... This resolution ?.,.- Max be tlT SCHOOL.-New ebYRS \ ou I""--ove! it*
t1,4'' person and no such persou t price which will adequately' reward I I eland that much of the prtwent difficulty log soon i.om tbe a Unlverr:1fet1'\faculty: s INC. w,; o Florid

shall b@ allowed I your farmers for the L. & N.'oronto. C.
to remain in the their outlay of in handling cotton could be Waf A TRUST- they come f1-

premises; saloons shall close at 9 p. i i capital and their employment of I eliminated if tbe gro"eho.tltl abolish ..')0 ot In:Jchlg'bull v 'shivering w>al"

I m.. and remain closed until 5 a. m.; labor The interests of the cotton j II' adopt what is known as the war,*.- passenger rat ,ln end panteth for the

I no tables, chairs I growers and the house lion andengineer. '
or lounging places spinners of cottonare I system and establish swills*; pefnrnij paltry vulgar

: are permitted and screens are not identical. The burdens imposed i agents in Europe and ..1ltaerka.f Mr. l fI )
i lIe J JrHTbeen would .too
allowed to obstruct view from upon business and the disastrous Influence earning his \ I| '" 1 ", a
the { "Beware of heroes thandidates *- t\ I I ( 1.- 't'nt. And thee"

street, of the bar or bar-room; of gambling operations UINWI i call ," says the Arcadia among e tie inspection of tha : 1 otbooze tf g filer s.
News. \
\1'-' separate bars for white and colored who are legitimately concerned in iI i The State, and his repot
expenses of Dpi'
a primary
I campaign
patrons. Penalty for violation of the the progress of the industry, whichis I.1 and "the slings aDd I mission is likely l to s; ties Oak 10 Deviling Pork on ask daily people
arrows are
of out- 0 em
ordinance is a fine not second only in importance home sort. rt rate of
exceeding J500: to ': \ diaf 50 (ent.. round
rageous" ,
Ii criticism considered T trip with 'atng! liquor
I or imprisonment not ]I agriculture tieelf. cannot be i I they hassee ktinimun af!
exceeding 60 ; on the JubMa of
exascgerj j| are all heroes in a sense: but in ten tares. Cal, on slot It I. ver:
I view
days or both, at the discretion It has led to the dislocation "Mr Frank
of ths of Dair
i |I: of the salary aad perquisites' tiketAgent Prone 152 for 'ho wants to
! recorder. business, to the dangling
stopping of mills and has walked tbe trhvilte .
|: in tbe further # ad
j to the ruin of perspective, upon which their information health
many, including and Nashville .
not +Joy
burning I 1 wi ,&t-
are fastened
The total gain in the a few of the speculators I there is "' -
tbt-aUIE'heJ. distance
value of
I j too much its L << deterreJJ'
To mercenary alloy in the 'afr. e
of such
properties : lengths has .,
held In Jacksonville the evil extended heroism to state for the main line. Sbt of Oriober fln1nUle

and Duval county for 1907 that the need for a world-wide permit of any hero-wor Inc 159,7 hair wIll' : e cant
1 ship. It.. vain, however, to shout ; miles, for beheljmaking i t'** \! e- ; P.I "-.es Jl.. in which
over 1906 is 1.594,294. organization to combat the
Certainlyan operations' "be YI'are of estimates of lips Oth to tb., rive
of tbe them! for BO man ttrauao,,, For f irrh'vj Tourist
increase to speculators can
brag on and \
shows that was brought home I Physical property of
dodge them tlwile for I of
the metropolis of Florida is making j I to all Europe four years ago. when the open season for Information will be t bees wl informationo wrap; Ve"fde4 a.
i hunting uw October
voters has arrived. n th to aa
good right along. In Kscambia j i - ways, particularly per.lv FRANK CIf BOY

county of which THE PIIOP.I.KM:: Quincy is a Parties i.i
Pensacola is the SI'HR\HSo fine growing little city miring the equity of 4 who District PU en

county seat an increase of I The in West Florida and it has desire to
nearly half more the race problem i an excellent in the suit tbat the. get Atlau'le
rates either. CY
a million dollars U shown, which I'{ brought acutely to the white : local press> but we are getting the L. & N for Lave
people .
at the ,I k
mighty hOD
population considered, is fully as I' in other parts of the world the better tired sendisg the Democrat the threeCf'Pt

good as that in Duval. ;I out there aad from --- -- -- arde4
Now let us | for us down here in the South never getting a copy rate was coastrucV oSohr ;
tear from Tampa. It is pleasant to nothing but close and continued personal of a Quincy paper in return. We ago but tb* L. '.o. Rnal froln''ears all woiVw-erar 'who!!h ) uiJ-t

know that our Florida cities are thus:' contact with that problem will haven't seen one for months. Verbum an Injunction against limit mankind wouldfch'v. }/
.r. but
progressing In wealth 'a1: t'lfthre- Fair ), up r.. that there ar! ,
and cv wasyfilcnS. \f
prosperity ever g
I ,', vught to final decision f i f

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LOCAL NEWS 1807 GUNS 180T I ;;; I Ii cause" of education. To this end we'' :

solicit the help of our teachers and I

i \lP Ling f ll'tif f school workers. We would be glad
Krom Saturday's Daily. ()
back for each teacher school to adopt The Doctor
Having brought over or
of i '
Uncle Enoch Hurst and wife Pap:1'. lalgz'SJ t:
P'.neraount.: were in town this morn- $2,000 worth of Guns with :me, I such plan as they may deem best for
tec, hopping.! Uncle Enoch is 97 offer same at prices that defy .. =sigjt -cIt getting the information to us, regularly Knows

ran old. but is still hale and hearty. competition. Single barreled Rem- ( ( say once a week at least. And

eC Indeed we would be glad to get au
double barreled
ingtons new, $6; i1 ) itj'eILAel
of the editor occasional well prepared or thoughtful --
U was the pleasure hammerless guns new, $15.

family this morning to enjoy for paper (not too long, of course)
aid worth of second-hand
$1,000 guns :1 than anybody else
ibs'.r! breakfast a most delightful' all 1 prices. Repeating rifles and I ( keef) 't JII"., on any of the live topics pertaining toI I BETTER what to do in illness.

me.i of excellent fish the compliments pistols at cost. I 11t. the subject In either a general orj; I

of our genial townsman, Ex- I! {rtm special ,way. II [ lir often knows how to prevent
tuuJ. 11C little troubles from developing
Sberiff J. W. Hawkins. Mr. Hawkins SEETHEELEP | |I I. County SuperintendentVood has : into serious affairs. -

K urea the fish down at the coast --- : S kindly consented to give us all the I

tere he went a few days ago reUrning --------1 tt"J'!] he can in our purpose as has! ur does not have to guess and
Wolfe on Corner i! lit he is
experiment-if a good
; also Prof. Edwards of
je!terday. They were the There was one case in the major's principal our
doctor and knows his business.
flr,l Florida fish that this editor and ------- --- -- ---- -- t:ourt this morning the charge being city High School in Live Oak. .

tr.be have bad an opportunity to I Attorney. II. Wilson of the i runkeness and the mayor fined the County Superintendent Wood in- ITX A LOTS & to setth*

sample since coming to the State and Lake City bar, was a business visitor1 prisoner J seven dollars. One "full"man forms us that the Branford public !! a 11 J doctor and brins

we believe it would have done any to Live Oak e3terday. ,' nets the city a little more than school opened this morning, with j ft your prescriptions berg
old Floridian good to have seen those If our full quarts does the liquor man. Mrs. W. G. Blanchard in charge. Mrs. '

little! Texans that had been born on Hon. U. L. Millinor. of Ellaville, I Blanchard is an experienced teacher

plains and raised many was here today looking after business with an excellent record, which :
the ktaked Work on our new hotel Is progressing I
affaire. !: guarantees that the Branford people: Suwannee
miles from where they could see anything ; nl"f'lWt' learn that it is

I' : of the finney tribes larger than expected by the owners that the will have a good schol. r
J. C. Brock. of McAlpin, paid th s I The*Dow'ling Park school opened t
that meat to
a miaow pick juicy building will be complete b\ the firs'
Democrat pleasant call this morning last \ll"ndaith I I
a large enrollment
J and devour It with the adep- Drug Company
pieces (November> but that it is not like- tits
and advanced his f
After subscription one and a fine interest. Miss Victoria
"old salt. enjoying
nft' of an will the
I1year. y that it be opened to pubic -
!. 18 ram. assisted by Miss Mamie g #
meal to the utmost satisfaction -
the II until about a month later. When '
Tyson are in charge, and have the : : h
they passed a vote of thanks to c'OmI>U-to D II. Wilson, of Columbia of
resolution near l'l'omltt good success.:
Mr. Hawkins, and adopted a I 2 meat and best equipped hotel in
I was among the business visitors here I R.'UlTTII'I'ST: )"': "T&.
to number him among their most this section of the State.
friE'nds.Iay he yesterday and paid the Democrat a !. FOU S.I.}:. --- >
call. Good house and three lots of land. Imernor Hrord Has Appointed the a
live long to bless the children with
-- Again; we rail attention to the fact and store house on West End 0; Following :Notaries Public. roesbe
II!, happy disposition and good na-: s
Mrs. J. G. Bird and little daughter] hat': we oea :onaH>' get otnmQHie4- Howard atreet. Will sell or exchange Tallahassee, Oct. ..-Gov. Browardhas
left this morning for Lancaster toy j! 't JIHIS intended for publication, with for small country farm. Apply made the following appointments p

visit to Mrs. Bird's parents. Mr. and ; 'I 10 I signature 'C'OUI"nyin/l: tbeni. Wean at Democrat office or address : J.\1. Trotman. DeFunlak r

Mrs. A. McLeod.. Mrs. Bird will !I(' not publish coinimtntoatione, I Ho :93. Live Oak. Fla. S27-H'.1: Springs; Miles W. Lewis. 217 Law

remain for a week or more. M 1I 10 matter how important they maybe Exchange Jacksonville; George B.
apply The Hermossa Farms
I ,1I or bow much merit they mayMwses. Frame HUUh00: Thn' Gregory Quincy; W. G. Long Lisbon -

1-aJy lake Fla. 20-2t I Mrs pt Thompson, of morning! [ When our friends write for I Mr. O. S. Mills, of Brunswick G?.. ; Daniel C. Biggs. Walkill; J. L. -re t

passed through the city this 1 the paper. let them always remember is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. ''I Johnson Glory; M. E. Kirkby 46-4?

From Monday's Daily: from Missouri, where she had been x> semi their ftaaaec.' whether tltrwl"aftt M. V. Mills. Mutual Life building Jacksonville;
J. J. Fletcher of Pine Grove was
visiting! rt'latlws.Ir.. Irvin, who I' them p blibHl or not. Miss V. Belle Helton is visiting J. E. Miller Marianna; Miss Pauline
li the city this morning on business.
is a cousin of Mrs. Thomson, ac-i ---- Mrs. I. W. Helton of Porter Station. j Costa. Tallahassee; J. Bowers Campbell -

companied her as far as High Springs j Dr. Goldstein the well known eye this week I Milton; J. A. Richbourg. Crest-
Jack Rollins, of near Padlock. ii and
and will return this afternoon.Mr. : 1 specialist of Tampa. has arrival inour The Sunday school picnic at Tiger i view; ,\. H. Goodson Rock Bluff; P.
tae today trading and greeting his
(city and ran be eowwtlted the 1 alit was" a Stlt'4 tt M in every way. : C: Cater Jacksonville; D. U. Fletcher -

frteojf.N and Mrs. Smith, of Hampton I''[)hio House until Monday, Oct. 14.lhoe Mrs. M. V. Mills, wh has been very Jacksonville; Burton Belcher

Springs, returned from their wedding I who have weak or defectiveeyes Ill is convalescent. Largo; Fred W. Butler, Live Oak: > t
:' A. Gaylard of near Wellborn, '
tour this morning, arriving on tfe* I neurgalia. or headache run get :I Mrs. Roy Touchstone vlsitt"l'i her Thomas J. Sims Hatch Bend; Lee

U ffioOK the out-of-town visitors In Seaboard and will leave this after-1' instant relief! by- his tw Methoocl1l. | mother, \Ins. J. M. Helton last week. ,II Taylor Jacksonville; Robert F. 6-

()>e city today, trading.C noon for their home. Mrs. Smith was'! Have your hlhJr...'* eyes attested The sH-bol Midway is progressing Richardson, It. F. D. No. 2, Box No. n

formerly Miss Viola Hamilton, one oil i to before sending ot whool. ..:yer I n'celv! with Prof. J. W. O' lara ash! 35. Ponce de Leon; D. F. Pattishall !
R. McLeod.: of firm of Barton & the most popular young ladies Lhej: ,""Ia ml nation free' I. Phone II!. !i teacher. Plant City; B. A. Cannon. Fletcher.

MclA'OJ' I I. In the city a few days, Oak society has had as a guest.- 'Ii [ }Ir. X. K Peawek, of Perry, and New Corporations

attending to business affairs. i } Mr. B. J. .Adams of Hampton Springs
The Democrat Is ever on the ok- I I
I Mr. J.:. II. Wis. one of our I smiled Mizell Live Stock Company, Mari
out for what will be of the W Interest friends at Tiger Lake Sunday i I
The County Commissioners are in stantial farmers was in town ) anna C. }'. Mizell president; M. LMizell. -
for Lire Oak and tries to

..*.ioa today having several import- day, and carried out some printed "bwwt" instead'! of knock The MlowiHg !I A 3liM Artli)' \rtidt' secretary and treasurer

tit matters up for disposal. matter for the Union Milling & Supply I ,i Capital stock $%5,000. Filed October -
clipping from the Ocala Star :
When an article has been on the
Company, he being one of the I I 1.
claims for the lire
shows our market forears and mine friends
at. a. Wilder, a prominent citizen directors. Mr. Wise stated that his Mitchell-Foshee Tobacco Company.
little city in which we hold forth Is ev >d>' >e.r. it lit safe to call this medicine T
w star late Oak Is In town today. company had their gin machinery installed : Quincy, It.lItch lI, president; T.
backed up b> the observation of a worthy oo*". Such is Hal- '
IooUu after business affairs.J. and were just making a start. I i V. Mitchell secretary and treasurer.
visitors here who pan the goal word lard's Horehoan4 Syrup. It ponitheiy Al.i
hate at of Capital stock 60000. Filed Oct. 1.
I They a capacity present' I
on: "J. A. Phillips. who return xl cam coughs and all 1'ulmon-
K. Clark one of our substantial eight bales per day and will make I II I Pearl Furniture Company Pens.I .\-
i from a visit to Live Oak avade a few ,jary dispaves. One of the best known
ettl *ni, called on the Democrat Sat- other additions a little Inter. He says cola. J. W. Buliard president; RobertM.
I Inquiries at the banks to ascertainthe j merchants in Mobile, Ala, says: I
rtfty evening and moved up his subscription the cotton acreage in his locality Is I ; Varnon, secretary aDd treasurer 1f
condition of their savins Ac | "For five years my family has not
date one year. not as large as it was last year. and I Capital stock 10000. Filed Oct. t i m1
counts. At the Live Oak Hank he bn troubled with the winter coug'.s
the yield will be smaller, bat the lint Shaw Tobacco Company Quincy J.
II found the had over $I 8t....., in their ewe owe this to Milliard's HOIf-oulI.1
J. D. Dlanton, former county com- is making a very fine sample. Corn the S. Shaw, president: ; C. R. Shaw seen 'ai
while with
casings department
ntUcloner from Pinemount. Is a busi- is being gathered now, and that crop I First National, only four years in child-ren I tar) and treasurer. Capital Rod 1 h

sw visitor In town today and paid If better. Also the waste crop is i $2M$ Filed October.
business over $75.909 The third Siiwannee Drug Co. ort-dw

t.. Democrat a pleasant call. fine, which insures plenty of feed for } bank baa just opened for .....eI'a. I I -----. Dad Transit Company -Miami

the hogs and more hay is being" waved I ; Kirk Mnnroe, president! ; A..t,. Bogg-i.
i and fee made no inqalrfrea. The people C\lll1m"1",(..
Dr. Smithson of Wellborn, is b> the farmers this reason then I of the city took stork that has I i secretary and treasurer. Capittl 1 lit

sonj the prominent visitors in the before Vise Annie Wilson entertained her stock $10.tH. Filed October 5. rI
ever hotels ia the I {
erected one of the finest I IV
? sty today and was a pleasant bus-! ---- I friends last night with both inetMli i Kclipsc Orange Grove Company.
State. During the past ten months
i im caller at the Democrat office. rromtxlnesdas ""i1,. i mental and vocal music at the home Le sbnrg. E. H. Mote, pres .eat. Wil! It e
here has been erected in that citvtwo
II of Mr. and Mrs. D T. O'Hara. She Mocker, .
and trawwre
John Knight; and son mt theO'Hrlen three-Btorv brick blocks, while ilia. secretary I
O. Terry of Branford our of Suviaaee'i afterward accompanied Mrs. W. D.
neighborhood are In town to ; Capital stock, ltt.8M. Filed Oct 5WANTKD .
one to contain five MOf'fIJ.! fa height
t standby citizens, brought a Mercer to her hone, where she spent C'U
day. ha reached the veeond storV. IB this
a bad of fine cotton in todaIr.. net last night in Old Columbus At -Five tJliM&aBd cord.
town there has been spent for brick I
I **n-7 lara he will hold his cotton foior Dr. Goldstein the Tampa eye eleven twenty this morning she leaves : four-foot fat wood! n." per cord
buildings in lire Oak 1130.000.: This
t rt than the present local market specialist, can be consulted at the remarkedMr. for Mississippi, with her father. I delivered in Live Oak. the Oak
showing at not a ore
t outions and is confident of a rise Ohio House. d-w-oet7-lw where he goes to accept a position Manufacturing. Co. w-tf fie
*. Phillip, for a prohibition town. I
i' Price soon. I with the I. & N. Railroad Company

W. C. rarartl. of tbe Wellborn district Mr. W. D. Mercer., made a business :

r TOR SALE-A 123 acres farm was in town shaking hands with O.iiins), sprains and swell-ing* Cured trip to Jacksonville lakt night. : -em S.tLFL J

"M dwelling house; 40 acres in his numerous friends thin morBID "In November. 1501. I caught cold Miss Annie Wilson desires to express I am offering my place with tock.

tslgvation, balance hammock and and had the quinsy My throat was her many thanks to Mrs. W. D.I I feed and farming tools, place abooa'

tool wOOdland. Address Mrs. J. J swollen so I could hardly breathe. I >>..n-t'r. Mrs. D. T. O'Hara and other I six miles from Live Oak, on the. L.
of SlIwa&8t'P'
J. T. UrooklDs. ORe t
kindle, Wellborn Fla. S6-lmo.. today I applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and friends for the kindness they have 0.. P. G. R. R. Place It well
cotton planters, is in the city
told It gave me relief in a short time In shown her during her little stay with watered and close t.> a good schol
with a load of cotton which I !
prolu ueayU I taU,. two days I was all right.:' says Mrs. j jL. them and to say goodbye to O1J 'i i. and churches a good place for a gin
J to the Worth Stephen
w t < J. Htndley was in the city yes41 Cousins. Otterburn. Mich Chamberlain's Columbus. wishing. each and every ;I and st">re. Apply to Democrat office -

tfr from Mayo. Pain Balm is a liniment and one success. I I or Vi.0.. Whatlev. eptl3-liro
Hickeraw' pulled a pretty
I in especially; valuable for sprains and
Ill size ..tl t"r" yesterday mora'.,.
High a good citizen t Su- Ms $ swellings. For sale by Barclay TON !I A D.M I Nl sj IS.XT 111\ N<)TI('...
wtssee. Is in town business. J. J. Kinsman. the blacksmith, was THE BON
today on Groover, and all druggists oct-w
selling booze too promise!on sly, aad Notice is hereby given that I, th-
It. handed.As I'I undersigned administratrix upon the j
\\lmberly. the sheriff caught him open
Rock Cuttbborhood
Our PublicStha'h.. All are invited to inspect my line of
estate of S. E.
a consequence he U now in Jail Thompson deceased,
in town todav.B new fall goods. Hats dress
tndlsge awaiting the October term of the It ia our desire to secure reports I I will OB the 25th day of November.
lace, embroideries hose
-- criminal court, which convenes next and items of interest from our publicchoola : 1907 at the court honse in Uve Oak.
-- corsets, all for oDderwear'1
E- Ban and J. W. Klght. who Monda With wide-awake offleef throughout the count}. We I now Fla., present to J. N. Conner County
New voile
B" a f*.. miles southeast of town a county can be made a dry county will be glad to publish from day today just Judge, nay accounts and vouchers of

\\tt -.* time and all matters -i Standard Pattersns. Fashion sheets i ii laid estate for annual 1'il
*** today trading. in fact as well as name This particular or time to any settlement
I given to any one who calls for sameCone .
..t1gt>r" could not haw been that might prove helpful to our i September 20, 1907.ELIZABETH.
t look while in town I
(. I
I. Hunt or Pine Mount- was very old. indeed scarcely old enoughto -vhool work, or create a more lively i THOMPSON .

have his eyes open. interest among our people *n '1'e I Mrs. C. W. Bache. ii i Sc'i'o; ,t days Administrates! t tJ

JjjjstaYonbuslne. .

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L1 At the Top of Quality. II

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>'\ we are able to offer to the host of friends we :

. : t Again I in this section, a fall and winter stock of goods

I... I G ::1T; that for quality and style, cannot be surpassed.


<: 1 .j f'i "They are at the top.

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I I r a + Get your fall suit now and have the larger selection from

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i Hart Schaffner tf M rx

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Cornrt tu tclt'. neat in appearance, a Juarautml fit. t t SHOES.

Shirts $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. I STYLES J "Walkover"" and ""Crossett"" in the front rank I
UNDERWEAR-Time now to lay in your umlfnvear" j :
of shm s that wear. .fS-oO: and : 4..H( }. t
for the season. J
t AND ,I. & .M. ami Itoytfon >6.M) stars are the ilressitst shoes !i
HATS. I i t .

Our "No Name"ami "St.-tson" hats anleaders in th,.' : slate' T i

: markets todav. FASHIONS i U.x. :.sr.sri.M: : >, IJrc.l I

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Cot U K. Koberson left this i
morning : THURSDAY. OCTUBKR 10, 1907. I t. >.tf lr1llh, Pl\l > k ctnr. PHO\t 159: FREE DEuvnr
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; legit business. i I m'\I\: .\'is. ICHs.llls: :: n'ad-to-wt'Ar department. We are

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fortunate indeed to theee
I secure
Mallory }.'. Home, of Ja I Iin Our stock o( millt"Dd? has trettf i: -
p .
1t..1tprlDt'ntl in only 0.
t \ a prominent visitor In the city today j greatly reduced but we still hate : Now in the time to bay boys' suits I
rt f a ittjrhfi, as thraio u+aall)
: attending! ; to legal matters. : ;onK. excellent values, in cbambry. ;a lid extra pants We have just r--
old in taen lot ,
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t I IIt.'rcallnRham., and madras. at Sc. I trisect( a new lot of pants for school:
let as fcbow the o wWWH
t Mr. John F. Starling, one of ourgood lOc and 12: !,= c. We loa itively t'OUld't'Ar., site 4 to 16 years at from 3-:..' you
I I I alld blwe chiffon panamaf',
farmers, was in town this not replace the good today, at the to 11.50 a pair.

f morning, investigating the cotton I prices we arlt for them. KeajefiibtT i j Boys's tts in brown and gray mlx- +j4: Attractive vo4l H h asuortuient exclusive d''I of>lgns.Miv

j market. I the stock is limited, and now is the : terra Mack aDd blue cheviots, from
*m' skins in all sizes 32 to 37tragth.
-- --- I IHe time to secure materials for school | $;!.*? tip to S.0. Remember Li\-'

,. L. M. Skelton, of Wilmarth.i: wear. :: Oak's how of t'\clHive raerehan pricm $2.50 to |r>.00. WjflMtfsatw .

: was in >'st.'tt.>rda). He reports th.'t j ---- -_ > lMtoe. to It t'Vt'farDt'.t'
the veterans had a very pleasant *: ("I.UIi KLV\IT.MI\T.; ___ |rfetly., frt-e of cost

picnic at the bridge ,
; Tuesday Lusiness has opened up in boo: (;IA)1'Iws.: I

shape, customers realize that it pays BLACEHOMKUV.sit 1I1t'.P
J. J. Dempsey returned to Bran- ,; .
to buy early and gt best selections. I.
ford this morning after having been J ji Luat; kW sloves aremuch M-arc: and ) '.
Our line of ladiet and children's Cool weather has run-*'<1 a rush 1,'
in the tity since Monday in i f in demand. '\'e have a limited .#.'tJ. !
attend-j coats is the largest and best selected for children's Blocking I .
ance at the Commissioners' special'' quantity I of bixte-rn-button browns Iy I
stock ever shown in Live Oak. Why not buy "Black Cat" how !i' to r; (It l 1 plh
meeting. tarns and black at U.iQ; same quaHtv ? I (
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We will not attempt to describe or I and out bay so often. We have \
-- -- sold in Jacksonville at $4.W. 1, ,
; quote prk-*. as it would consume a j'I. I a full line of lie and 2 Wm. Godbold. of the Wellborn 'j Stv oar two-claspi "Noblewe" kid /
whole page, but wish to call joursiHii.il I; > for ladfai' and children. \
neighborhood Is here today. Mf. j gloves at 11.25, all colors and sizes. r' I \' \ l li
attention Specially good tine of child-r
to two styles,
If t ; '
Godbold I* returning; from Wilmarth, : SOtii.rrri: tans and browns at 'I. 5.I !I'' r '' \\
td' inch black t'rI''Yoats (plain with i ren's school stockings at lOc aniSilk '
where he attended the big veterans '
f and lisle in all colors and
picnic Tuesday. collar) and trimmed without collar 124 cents. 1 \

i at f ti.OO and 17.00, these are regular, lengths children's fabric gloves and Levtni t .c Nay. i
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$1 0,00 value.. mitts for school wear Remember -- -- I
Considerable cotton is being bold SKI UTS. f .e \\. ..
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Glad to show th' lio" bu\ !l.ixe Oak's : .. '
I in the city this week. Some ot the '! you 01 house of exilufcire mcr- Our line of "Star"skills t. ." I
larger cotton buyers claim they have I not, an you wieb handle.. I been a Brat attraction in (h.' .!.

"bought. more. this season than up to' :: 1'1' II 1 I : I I II] 11'11 'liid [ ::11 II 111IIII: 1 II Ilk : ::: Uw I I I 1 I I I III, I liP I 'I ": -"'i

inn date last jear.WANTED -
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for City Waterworks < esteday and returned yesterdaiitternoon. ; being: devoted to the work Judge: of the Circuit Court in and for
fl\e. Rail
Township two 'r'
lightwood in any 'ItltftW.. II. accompanied b> Mis. Wil- -- -- i iSuwnanet-i Count) Florida,
". wherein 1 -ast The ,purely. .. to PAT fKtitle
I. It"
) ham. who ha> '""'n the guest of her \t tit\- next regular; meeting of the First Xational Bank of Live Oak. .
;: > \j K BROOYE.I'
f -- daughter Mrs. Ir Thomas.n. for th> Itanett Lodge No 43. F. & A. M.. i iI "Florida is complainant and W. :' .
MO-H-tt ) s -cialHARDEB Massa
Eld. J. T. I ;
Butler 1
(6tht.i afternoon past week October : 1.urk will be in Fellow- Collins and A. Collins and H. lJ.1 I I'

for Boston, Mass.. where be craft & BUTLEi,
Master's ,
I -- and degrees after i j Bean are defendants, for the BOTj I
goes as a delegate from the Snath < The Covaiy CeotBii sioacrs took which an oyster supper will be sr\ i\j pose of satisfying aDd paying the J] Solicitor for (Tompl:nn,tnt..

I Georgia and Florida Conferee to re i the General Conference I t III
of \mt'rl aAdventlsts. next when will brethren are invited to be Col. Geo. Nrt wei" down
, they finally accept present..NOTirK will offer for sale and ell to tits !r

, I Eld. flutter fs also :\ the tax books. The examination hasbeen highest and best bidder for cash Oft I','I Bmaford tats morning > II buolneWiii.

member of the General Council of completed and the rt.'t'So8? OF SALK. Monday. November 4, 1907 in frost j --- -

he conference. While away he will taken to allow time for the assessorto Notice U hereby given that I. the of the courthouse, of said connty. j I Brew. floe a"II!! Known ,oetl
I \islt New York
and make his final footings. The books undersigned special master in chan- be'4
Wtween the legal hours usitor
oib r cities of interest in the N'orth have been I II j of sale the I| more of Lake City,
very thoroughly
examined \\-1'und*r and by virtue of a final following real estate, to-wit: The today.

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: \1--.' (letting Together In the Big 'on-I Very Close \l..o.-\ Had Fire Adds

III to Excitement at Orlando

fercnco--Atlanta F

i Atlanta, Oct. S.-That the time is Orlando, Oct. 8.-The wet or dry i

1 not far distant when the cotton plant election was hotly contested and

ers of the South will sell their pro-i I result is so close that only the official
IIi duct direct to the spinners of Europe count can probably decide. Thirteen
and America, instead of through the precincts give a majority of about ten t d

i middleman, in bales, gincompressedat 1 i for license but remaining precinctsare !

the plantation, with methods in all uncertain. Orlando gave 226

The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy i which lops: has been reduced to a for wet and 220: for dry; Sanford i

College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for minimum, was indicated by today's I I for wet and 83 for dry. Neither side i
all graduates.
I discussion before the international claim victory nor will admit defeat.

SCHOLARSHIPS* conference of cotton growers and Within five minutes of the annOunc-

+ spinners. ing of the tote in Orlando, fire broke :f

Spinners representing hundreds of out in Douglass Bros.: livery stable! i II 1I

$40 $50 $75 and $90 Ii mills and millions of spindles, told I and Mathews' saloon. It spread

the planters that they were not only rapidly and the fire department had
+* willing, but anxious, to buy their COt- had lack with their horses. It was i

l ton direct from the planter just as over twenty minutes before water
son as the planter can deliver direct. was turned on the fire. The stable,

\ \ Big planters and representatives of saloon and two small frame buildingswere
the Farmers Union told the spinners entirely consumed. William

Ohio Avenue and Conner Street of Europe that already they were Mathews proprietor of the saloon,
organized; had built a chain of cot- was overcome by heat and was carried -
I.. M. IUTTOX, G. S. STFI'iI}:NS, i
LIVE OAK FLA i ton warehouess; had perfected a home on a stretcher.
Proldont' and Proprietor. Principal. I business system by which the spinners

!I could purchase an almost unlimited Sanford KeK>rt.
.. . . . . . ........, , . ..-.t : supply of graded cotton, and were Sanford, Oct. 8.11 wet; latest I
HI 111 111 11 n It lit t I I T ' T Jill' I"'"1111I111 t i ,I11I1I, ..J. t..i. t SIll. t 11111111111. II:
eliminate the antiquatedmethod
ready to report, wets, 19 in county. Three

of selling through a middle- precincts to hear from. Indications

fully that rules are made for the protection man. that county goes wet by a small ma-

Live Oak M'f'g. Co. of the good children against "But." said Herr Arthur Kuffler. I jority.

evil doers, they would cheerfully of Vienna, "if you planters wish to 'I i

endorse and help to carry out these trade direct With us you must give c$ Green Cote Report.

Manufacturers of rules. Take for example the rule re- better service than the merchant." Green Cove Springs Oct. 8.-Seven 1

quiring children to bring a written precincts out of eleven give 213 dry

Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, excuse for absence and tardles. Any FOUND UKIX: mm.: and :36 wet. Four dry precincts to t

mother or father who will stop to be heard from. The drjs claim a vic

Power and Turpentine. think how much protection this rule Sudden l Math of MKt Willie P.liinton tory in the county of 35 votes.

may give her child or his child in the At Kllaiillr.Ellaille. .

Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for i I course of a jear's work will cheet- Oct. ..-This community CONSTITUTION ISVLAUH.Drrided .

Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. j!I fully comply with the regulatio nand was shocked and deeply grieved Sunday -

not grumble because it is a troubleor morning to learn that Miss Willie I'pon by Southern Cotton

Electric power-Day and night cun'ent-for manufacturing -' because: It takes time. It is surelya Blanton. one of the most prominent Association Yesterday.Atlanta .

purposes. trouble to rear boys and girls, andit and widely known )oung ladies of Ga., Oct. 7.-President

Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- takes time, but the parents' pleasure this part of the country, had been Hame Jordan of the Southern Cot-

j and pay tome in teeing that it found dead in her led at her father's ton Association, announced tonightat

cial attention, and all orders promptly filled. is well)) done. If we examine the records house, about three miles! from this the conclusion of a meeting of theexeouthe

We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and of any school, we will find it place. Heart dis-eat-e wan supposed board of the organization
I almost universally true that children, the of her i
to hate been cause death the adoption of a new constitutionand
(flooring. Come and get our prices. : who are In repeated trouble at school, although she had never been affected by-laws which authorizes the

are from those homes the heads of with heart trouble before as any one granting of barters for the purposeof
OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. of (children but will antagonize the which do not .
give their cheerful su, had ever known. She was spendingher placing the association in a better

efforts of the teachers to inculcate '! port to school regulations, but arecontinually last night at home before going; t position for the ends sought to bo

Prof Edward* Discusses Them as a these lessons i; complaining of the hardships to Jacksonville to accept apoition, at I gained.

"Iht.lnc.s" for Children.Not Teach the children that promptness t i imposed upon them and their cashier in some store in that city, President Jordan explained that by

only the teachers but the requires them to be ready with i iI I i I| children. This should prove couclu- and a number of friends and relativeswere I I the adoption of a new constitutionthere

rtUre citizenship of the tov.nand every lesson at the time that lesson''1 sUely that the attitude of parents with her that night until about !I is permissible improvements in

couatj should appreciate the offer of is called. It Is rather strange that: : toward regulations means e\er>thim; 12 o'clock or later when all retired i methods of warehousing, baling and

A column each day in the Democrat so many parents seek and make ; to the children. Support regulation ...,,. t>....iff. '!"1!n" to b" one of th I'I financing the annual cotton crop .in

for the discussion of school problems excuses for their children who have'i'I I cheerfully and jour children will most cheerful of them all. I I' the hands of the growers. lie d"- (

1.4 the publication of school reports. failed to be prompt with their work. I haa minimum of trouble. When her mother tried to arotee I dared the new constitution was largely :; j

1 ball be glad to contribute my part. If school is the child's business th I L. U. EDWARDS her to catch the 6:20 a. m. train fur educational, and was the result of
I..'irent should accept no excuse save i i, .ra'Lc! .me she failed
*4 prefer to write upon those fund.iaUU n to get a response long consideration and repeated con-

of education that apply alike I inability to do the work. Parent :', "::"\\".\ :DMs I.NSX.M:. to her
t. vchool and home. The subject ofy can, I ehe\e, less afford to listen to her bed she was found to be dtftd'

lint the child's excuses for lark of prompt- Although It from the
paper will be "Child Labor was apparent JOLLV FOUND GUILTY.r .
Manlio Declant! lie gilled I
,.. Child Laiiness." This will pro- nibs in doing work than the teacher.Olndience. Tour- first that she was quite dead, and had
I it'll tilen.tltaeked.hailer.Chattanooga .
k kly l appear next week been for some hours, every effort was I II I : <'t Line Agent at 1-hur::: I

Today would like to make Teach them obedience to the teach- Tenn. {)et. 7.-I). D. used to try to g.-t some sign of life i ("UII\kt(... of Imbc.: >lll..nwnt.I .
direct lugRestions to parents as to i er's isles. No child that is prompt-j iKdmard: who admitted, during his into the body but all to no effect. I| Ta\ares. Oct. 7.-John W. Jolly, .,

b. they may help the teachers of I! ly and cheerfully obedient to the trial for murder last week that h.Ilrobnbb' <* Her sisters and brothers from I I I former agent!; of the Atlantic Coat'

v city ichool teacher will pet into serious troubl i Tampa Jacksonville, and Madison I' Un railroad, at Lce burg, was today .
had killed
I fourteen men I
The School a Unsine.s.Partnu I i at school. I am perfectly willing to went violently were summoned b j wire, all of whom I I tried in the lAke county circuit court .j

should I shoulder all)) the troubles of any such InIIAnt''f.terday atithe were present at the Interment, which i OB the charge of forgery ,and at a
teach their child-
".t that school is child. Kterj child that has trouble i county jail. He suddenly pounced took place this afternoon in Cornith1 I slate hour this evening the! jury returned -
the business or
the*! child will find the root of that trouble indirect upon the day Jailer and made a churchyard, just south of Lee I II I a verdict of guilty. The prosecution
life that it is even more I .
Important that disobedience, indifference to desperate attempt to secure his pistol Mire Blanton was a school teacherin I was ably conducted by E. W. I
they should give their
-bole orders or tardiness and hesitancy in I with the avowed intention of killing this county for the past year anda I Davis, state's attorney and the d.--
energy to the business than if .I
It were a financial affair, because obeying which is the ugliest! form of I the jailer and himself. It requiredtwo half, and had a host of friend almost fondant was represented by Josepn I
ttHr disobedience in the school room. men to overpower the maniac and over the entire county, for t' Jones of Orlando. There are three
ftilure to do FO brings Injury to 1 1O
{ fra, wherea financial failure Kites and Ht'JlIJntion... force him into a cell know her was to love her as her I indictments for embezzlements an1

Mist : amiable disposition and Merlin character one for forgery pending against; Jon
harm no one but self. Teach Teach the children the correct idea
TIt.\"--0 >hCUMl TKI1L. was ever with her, and those i
them that it is a serious business not of rules and regulations and they will)
to i knowing her longest loved her best.hiller Camp Meeting.
&t thrown aside carelessly for any want to obey them lave them understand -
&** every occasion that offer a that rules and regulations are Date Ila. torn Fixed far DecemberSecond. I -- Pinemottnt, Fla., Oct. 7. 1907.
) By Woman.. Dear Editor and
Readers of Democrat
temporary attraction. Is it right to made. not against evil doers, but for -
r Athens Ga. Oct. ..-B. A Williams :-We are glad to announce and
fcnporarily the of the good. Boys and II
take protection
a child out of school .
New York. Oct.Harry K.Thaw's
U : a well-known farmer in Madison Invite everybody to the Winn, Fla.
ft In school andobey
who their
girls duty
cwarily when Wt' know it will second trial for the killing ofStanford
: county was shot and killed yes- Holiness Campmeeting. November15th
tolfe loss to others the rules deserve as much protection -
as White will begin December
jterday i afternoon byMrs. Loenle to 25th
in their school life as a gool
punctuality and lYomptnos.Te I 2. This agreement was reached between -
Williams, the wife of his cousin. We hate secured two of the best
the hands of a
citizen deserves at
ch them punctuality and prompt- District Attorney Jerome. I! Williams and his cousin had a dispute leaders in the United States to have
Evil doers are not ,
bell. that they should be at town o\ernment. Martin W Littleton counsel for I over an account and in fight
Present a charge of the camp Bishop C. J,
their cOD'UeJed and must not he eo:,*ider-
Place of business every day ed the of the rood.Altitude Thaw and Justice Dow ling of the p that followed the cousin got a severe Fowler, of Boston,, f.*.., and C. S%'.
that at expense
they /hould be supreme court today. Mr Littleton beating. At this juncture Mrs.
on time every Lonnfe Ruth, of Indianapolis, Ind. Bishop
d c Is of Parents Toward Kill'-: wanted the date fixed for November 1.
even true that occasional- Williams appeared in defense of bel'Julband Fowler is editor of the Christian

;7 parents will not only get careless and Heguhuions. but Mr. Jerome opposed this and offered and fired three bullets into '\ltD,,". Chicago and Boston.
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the Punctuality and promptness I If parents themselves: could realize: the: date which was selected ** \ William, killing him instant F F'. McCall, Secretary




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Shoes for men that are the appearance-that's why ; \ \, of Skirts. Tntrt' ,:." <,.- I
carrect style and lasts for ------ %:1' \\k a number! lull on 0f t +n;.i: ,
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the Fall( and Winter season. i I r wJ'J that wc-wili i -t.
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f o boy and and girl a Shoe that I
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U) by our reputation for giving first-class r Boa will he doing \ ,;+r. elf an .,
have no ml in buying Dutchess Trouser YOU do
J values. Don't forget this. not come early and get a cf
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t) such a large stock that there M no room left for it in the store. We aret choose from as they have ever had offered them. Mr. RUHKNSTEIN ha .J.
to have to sell lots of
DRY GOODS. going it at a sacrifice to get room.
W English Taffeta Suiting and Silks Henrietta.' Casstmeres i Boys', Voile School, IIIlSI2unl't Misst", Plan: Goods' Flannels, Broadclots; Silk Gingham all kinds, FIannclcttt'. Moterr ? -rr' r" .
skirts for School ,
GENTS' FURNISHINGS.-Gents'; : wear Boys' School I Shoes.
IHI ftfl ftB E 3 leading The lines. S.PECIA -- aes; Hats in te Underwear.latest shapes Shirts and' std"I les.- lose"erythm. for men--a complete line. HATS--Stet."On. Eutaw isms 11!" .'e
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hunting ,
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::;:-r lr.t. bl >hed 18MI c Mohd.ted Au* it 12.1897 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA FniDAV, OCTOBER 11, 1907.
i .'- 1896( I VOL.
; EltabliBbed .. X. N 0. 19MEN'
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1- ': VET 1f'\It LNDLeaves ference rights,
'nXFEIH.U.\TI' 50976. Received
V. S. .
URRIBlf fXPlOSIONt' fees and commissions. (305.20. Total SEX.iroRcQl'Irnn.-- COTTON MANUFACTURERS

.__ "-"t>t v..rtnm iWoman lit acreage, 10619.29: total ,
__ revenue Senator norah, of Idaho, Found Not
Knew<< llefore tFWar- J20839.03. -- -
' Guilty of Defrauding<< : Government.
Helen St. One hundred and
KILLED OCTIUGHT Chicago. Oct. 5.--- ninety-eight' Boise, Idaho, Oct. 2.-United StatesSenator
the Chicago homestead entries 21565 acres 100 X.TIOX.LSSOCI.TIOY
rot"R ; IN
Clair Noble, a nurse William E. Borah tonightwas SESHIO.V -
I.Y )IORT.UYISWRED that final proofs accepted, 11228.54 acre .
hospital, was ad.isf-"day acquitted of the charge of con- WASHINGTON'
Ccan'n! Car- This report shows an increase of
by the death _. spiracy to defraud the government; of
u. business for
Ul the preceding quarter of
rol ent. a ranch"Australia
I Idaho timber lands. II
to $600,000.The a substantial nature and the officials
she is t
The case was submitted without
Imparted by of the land office are well satisfied MORE THAN 300 PRBfN
information8 I
MUAli, argument by the defense and the
\ of mmintr of Syd- with the same
5,000IBS.) i I i Dudley Uagler, jury was out just long enough to
lip Confederate This increase Is due i
n"s a largely to the
i i neCol. I)( take one ballot.
I fact that new-tonn-rs from
f every section -
;- The verdict was greeted with The Convention Is Preparatory
of the United States,
thrifty settlers -
(her the Men and Shop, Carrr- i cheers and applause, which the court International
Itaa became are coming Conference
1 a sheep: to Florida and taking : -
United States officers made no efforts to re traln.
Destruction 1'n.- ... ....,.<'"_"_ u" I, advantage of "(Minns bj homestead -
!I rancher in AI. As soon as the news reached the
ftne war he was a entry tracts of fertile lands,
--- I IBatter \ fortune. n > i street, bells were rung; and fire department -
warm friend\Irs. No"le' famli:: adapted to every elaw of horticulture I made a spectacular rua Washington, D. C., Oct. 3.-The

Pa.. Oct. -An explosion and kept track of and agriculture. with the result National Association
Orl. i of Cotton Manufacturers
in New I( through the principal streets, stop-
of the metal I" Mrs. Noble fame ti that the State is rapidly i becoming I
caused by the upsetting her ever sit ping eventually at the Idaho hotel convened here today in
ago and enter- filled up with this desirable ela"s of
pot in the No. 1 cupola of the Stand- Chicago hears settlers. I whither Senator Borah surroundedby temi-annual session for a two-days'
hosl'italShe hasudying
tonight '' ed the Ct' several hundred t'itlzf'nsas
here late e'ortl'd. <-
wd Steel Company meeting About two hundred delegates *
fatal. I IInjuring two sons, ; civil engineering .u .. .. __ I ( .
caused the death of four men flier at school In New III t.wrrra zany's Thrunt U4"'ulto ill representing nearly every cotton -
twenty and seriously IP- and Death. -\ brass:> band appeared as if by I
) section of this
country and
others. Nearly all of the York. _. magic, and as the senator reached the more
.fnrM-"-- ten Wan'ro, Ga.. Oct i'!_--News has than a hundred cotton manufacturers
hotel played "Hail to the -
The large Chief.
foreigners. \IJ.I.I.:
men were L.tXlt liFi'll'I.. :
.. rt"achttl'a of
( -'ross a very sad accident from
plant 150 by 100 feet was --- The streets: about the hotel were England Germany, Italy
that happened
} demolished, causing a loss estimatedat tJuctrt<<'r Just End...I I* about eight miles blocked by a cheering; throng whose France, Portugal and Belgium, were
RrHlrt<< south of this city the result of which
100000. The explosion .ascaused 3' En'unrnlin; ;:. shouts mingled with the fire engines, in attendance. The convention hereis
was the death of a little
of a metal whistles and clangs of trolley car
the upsetting preparatory to the International
by ainesvl1Ie Sun.)
baby girl of Mrs. A
cupola, which container Doling It bells Senator norah thanked theI'ropli' Conference of Cotton Growers
in the Spinners
pot \ Shields Warren, of theUnites seems that the little one a week ago.
metal read I' for their demonstration of confidence -
pounds of molten and Manufacturers, which will
. 5,000 land office furnishes the was plating! with a handful of corn,
Breasting! A span in the pot broke, throughout the trial. be held in Atlanta, Ga.. Oct. 7-9. The
report of the business when a grain; of it became lodged in
I allowing the liquid iron to spill over f oil foreign<< ; delegates<<: will also attend the
bj that office for the quarT2L her throat and then- her wind-i .\
followed IOU;
sand. An explosion Atlanta contention.
the wet fi; September 30, 1907, I pipe. Her mother brought her to I
quickly that none of the workmen tell The programmefor today's session
make interesting reading \Vajcroi and consulted with doctors '
chance to w Promptl> l Ifi i.IH.c| < building had a was interesting.
In the here.It. Secretary of Agriculture -
escape. Streams, of the burning t. \\lio Killed OflUer. Wilton opened the convention

metal poured out on the workmen,1 sold-Fifty-s-ix rouimutted was advised that an o|>ration be Cumberland Aid. Oct. 6. William with an address followed by discus
ds. 302.03; acres; fen.nu4O. iMTforuMnl, but this8S
engulfed and objected to Burns a negro desperado" who onThursday sions of the .
i some of whom were l following subjects: 'Gent -
\ 6. K\m''. fi7.01 b.' '
acres: re\p- Mrs Dow line, she being; of the
near nieht; shot Policeman August >ral
literally cooked. Twenty men -: Question of Cotton Mill Fires,"
>3 92, Forty-one timber
and opinion that the
the cupola had every: shred of clothlngj mD grain of torn wouldbe ; Baker inflicting a wound from i by Charles H. Fish, Dover X. II,,
S. 300,01.: acres; revenue. : dislodged bt other
blown off by the force of the expl 6 t : Five )o't. Jupiter flanuuation
slon. Many were buried under th/ reserva1ntries i I and conception; followed was taken from jail ha' mob at an Wa t('." by II L. Phillips. Hartford,
C:9.70:; acres: re\enu"_ and deail'
relieved _
the little
wreckage, and were not rescued fcv one th' I early "'our this morning and shot and Con: \Analysis of C'sage'by

I an hour after the catastrophe. 7 Ilfxcniie from salt- of pr'-I IU funeral
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writes: "I can thank God for my present : ;
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health, due to Foley's Kidney AND RECORDS.We + GtJ+>>#ii +>> + +i.
Cure. I tried doctors and all kinds :t i
of kidney cure, but nothing done me I, i I i ; Hr -:
much good till I took Fole>-'s Kidney : keep in stock a line of Edison's latest improvdd Phonographs \

Cure. Four bottles cured mE., and i i and Records at standard prices. Sold on,;"easy payment

have no more pain in my back an,1 \ plan. Your credit is good. Write or call on \ i
shoulders. I am 62 >**ars old, and : CRO :r

suffered long. but thanks to Foley'c I Live Oak Furniture Co., s.
Kidney Cure I am well and can i i

walk and enjoy ntyt+elf. It is a or A. J. WILLIAMS, (The Sewing Machine Man)
pleasure to recommend It to thoe'needing :
a kidney eilk"ine. City LIVE OAK. FLORIDA.
Pharmacy. oct-dw [ i: ;
Iutut His Choice. \ It is funny that a man'* complexion,.4+ rtfi tI
A jack-knife i* just about as useful "A laboring man bus \'erlittl. <- uso rout h inoM- !lit'inatifiit than ..1I I

to a woman as a hairpin is to a choice in his work" woman's. 1+T ::1 -
man : "There you are mistaken He can -- ------ fi
always I take his pick lUltimo'vAmericas IH i.. DcarOWM Mother. : t

Notice to Our ru".tottteri. ;I \ d''at old mother who is no \ .+.. .(..)
We are pleased to announce that I ___.___ eishtihref years old. thrives 0,1 + '1>
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs I I K you take DeWitt's Kidney and Electric Bitters" writes W. B. Brun- ::1-;
cold and lung troubles i'! not affected Bladder Pills you will get prompt son, of Dublin. Ga. She has tak". !
by the National Pure Food and relief from fcack.uhf. weak kid'u \s JK-BI for about two ears and euj-
I>ruq law as it contain no opiates or : inflammation of the biaddt-i ,tTld i .. xn.'Ih-lIt ,i petite ft-.-l, t.t r ong and ii
other harmful drug and we recommend urinary troubles A wet'k's I'r<'.it- I ,'p$ w.,', That s, ih.' way KU-t i ; f fI
it as a safe remedy for children I meat for 25 ceatii Sold b>' live 0:1: v Bit1- :' ct tti.' tjie 'I1, sty"
and adults. City Pharmacy Drug Co. oct-d\v I l J its I to,'"w tn aJIt
oettlw ti,''., \' "leti' :enezal l-
teams what WII :. .
---- After a man i'' \' ilD 'eQ'
Truth U JHt abcntt as hard to listen .. means he mighty soon undurstt: !ld, !"Do'"t ,hemp ptat"
to as it ill for the average person what happiness Is. ,4"f* 4 n'll...11 kidl'Y I ay "i.,-'"...': : a.
nlin' Cae..ar. I tdrngg "' -
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup was a man of nerve but sickness left ;i ___ I',_ !
is a safe sure and prompt remedy for I its mark and he became aged before ;! It u 'dnD how tJ
oughs and roMs and to good for e'err j hi* time. Sickness is often caned 1!lati es think of the < tblS Jl ;'
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member of the family. Sold by Live by a torpid liver. Herbine will regulate I him on his birthd.t ':I ,I,
Oak Drug Co. oct-lw your liver and give you health. .
Mr*. Carrie Austin. Hollon. Kansas I ,V [?i anal \tt

Half of the journey to success lies writes: "I consider Herbine the bent On an inoffensivquen'ly itit
m the ability to get fairly started. medicine I ever heard of. I am never made in tt" ;.p
without It." Sold by Suwannee Drug less little tube calf :ei
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Out of sight.:; Co. oct-dw i It's.enerall:; > the r oI

"Out of bight, out of mind" is a* I lonstipation folio li
Hi ht. Dr Kin ;\ Now 1 Pi
which applies with special
old sa>iug I
force to a sore, burn or wound that's Teeth." groaned the man with the the liver l prt't'1fi )enl
been treated with Bucklen's Arnica I aching molar "are like mone>." i(establish regular t'J.,' s 0
SaUe It's out of sight, out of mind "What's the answer?" queried the I J::c a' Ha-a\! a G

and out of existence. f'iltoo and:' drug clerk I store- __ _
chilblains disappear under its healinginfluence. 'Hard to get hard to keep and

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H And Vicinity.We {,
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take pleasure in announcing to the public : I\ r
that Saturday, October 12th, will be the I S: 4 iW*
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Grand opening Day of the I : p Lbop
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; We beg further to announce that we have supplied our large | E K fuder
F, store with a most complete line of merchandise of the highest grade f jjR. Start D7ter1ta.New
''I selected and purchased at the various large wareroom: of the entire f jj f ; .
country by i: !I)' .otia:

H A Pioneer In The Departmen tStore Business g >Dore kn'Dot
H whose close buying enables us to offer all goods at prices that stand favorable 1 8U
comparison with any in Florida. No single effort has been overlooked f i: fr
:. no single article unbought, the purchase of which might acid to ]i j 9i a
the convenience of our patrons. i ? ,1I11(-
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HH The motto of our store: "Everything- I -1'afUr

can be had in a regular large City Depart= I HH HH t tIIl faltoi edb]

ment Store, honest prices, courteous treatment = i 1 Caboa]

personal attention, and money ret t

funded if goods are not satisfactory. I %er Der ff RII C

! NH All the wants of the people supplied here. g gf I ert

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4' Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One cause wannee wherein County Alonza Florida,Marshall in a certain is and following being situated described In real-estate Suwannee,County lying- BRflNFORD> MERGflNTILE:

Dos e of Chamberlain's Colic,
plaintiff, and Bill Burke Is defendant, Florida, to-wit.: One-eighth (1-8)

; { Cholera and Diarrhoea for the sum of 1127.55, principal and undivided Interest In and to the DEALERS IN

Remedy. $10.64, cost, will, on the first Mon- south half of the northwest quarter

I was so weak from an attack of day In October. A. D. 1907, durin? : and the northeast quarter of the General

diarrhoea that I could scarcely attendto the legal hours of sale at the board- southwest quarter of Section four Merchandise

my duties, when I took a dose t>t ing house of Bill Burke, located at Township five, south of Range fifteen

Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Dowling Park in Suwannee County, east, or as much thereof aa may be FURNITURE, COFFINS, ETC.

I Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me entirely Florida sell at public auction to the necessary to satisfy said execution. .. .
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A' highest and best bidder therefor, the
and I had been taking other Purchaser to pay for title.J. .

V medicine for nine days without relief. following 7 iron bedsteads described, 3 wooden property bedstead, to-wit: H. RICKERSON. Country Produce Bought at Hj|

I heartily recommend this remedy as 13 matresses, 11 bedsprings, 8 stool Sheriff of Suwannee Co., Fla.

being the best to my knowledge for chairs, 6 rocking chairs. 1 sewing --

bowel complaints.-R. G. Stewart, ol machine, 2 quilts, 1 feather pillow, ORDINANCE NO. CLAn est Market Prices.

the firm of Stewart & Bro., Greenville 1 center table, 2 sheets, 2 flat top ordinance to provide for the
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i Ala. For sale by Barclay & trunks 3 pillows, 1 bureau, 1 clock, levy of taxes for the year A. D.
and all druggists. wNOTICE. 3 pitchers, 2 bowls, 1 graphophone,
1907 for municipal purposes for the BRANFORD Fl!
1 mirror, 1 washstand, 2 tin buckets ,
City of Live Oak, Florida, and to
1 stove and pots, 1 broom, 1 safe, 1
icecream churn 1 Ice box and 1 provide a sinking fund, and for the
Notice is hereby given that the annual interest on, Forty ThousandFive :
Plano! or so much thereof as will 6 i
t of the
undersigned aa guIScirnt to satisfy this execution and Hundred Dollars bonded indebtedness -
state of J. A. Adams, deceased, will
all coat. Terms of sale cash, purchaser of said city.
on Monday, the 13th day of January, : 1 Live Oak Bottling \V od
1 1908, present his vouchers, receiptsand to pay for title.J. Be it ordained by the Mayor and !

of H. RICKERSON. City Council of the City of Live Oak,
for the Estate
report of and
Sheriff of Suwannee Co. Fla.
J. A. Adams, deceased, and there- Florida: R. H. Holmes Prop.
Section 1. For ,
upon apply for his final discharge as the purpose o

administrator of the said estate.J. NOTICE OK SILK. securing; an equal and uniform rate

H. 11'ETIIERLINGTOlk1 \, To \IMIU It May Concern:that the I of taxation and to pay the current i Manufaturers and bottlers of The Famous Suwaal
Notice U given
z I- 7--6m Administrator. expenses of the City of Live Oak for
I of Suwannee t Springs Ginger Ale Coca Cola Iron Brew
-- undersigned sheriff : 'he ensuing tax year, there shall be nee Peat
: :.Notice.Eer ('ollnt). Florida, for the satisfactionof I 1t'IPd aid collected upon and out of Mellow, Raspote and Ginal Lemon, Root Beer, Clloco

1 1: >body Invited to a picnic to a judgment entered in the Circui! I I Me real and personal property within -
late Cream Soda Sherry Vanilla, Pcsin Ola and Frj
be given in the Oak Grove, in frontof Court of Suwannee County, Florida, the corporate limits of the City of 1 ,

p i W. II. McClellan's residence, one D. 190C Tolo.
on the 6th day of June A. ;
'I Live Oak, Florida, for the year A. D. _
"\ -o mile southwest of Wellborn, Sept 2S. against W. B. Collins, in favor olW f t -- ---
of dinner. IS07. a tax of seven mills on the i Every Gallon of water u8cli Artesian. Filtered and rJJ
i Come and bring plenty W. Stovall & Bros, for the sum
II J '
.t 1 Proceeds from sale of cold drinks mill of $332.06 damages with interestfrom : dollar. tilled, my water pipe is connected with the large Ice Fac
II t Section 2. For providing a sink-
k be used for the benefit of the cemet- date thereof until paid anJ distillery.
iI lag fund and i paving tie annual interest -
.? I. ery. MRS. A. W. MIZELLE.MHS. 17.SO costs, and in pursuance of dti L I on the Porty Thousand Five } In every respect my },lant is entirely uptoBt. being operate

1 A. W. MeLERAN. execution issued said judgment Ekvtrical!
upon Hundred Dollars bonded indebtednessoaf = power.

,t } ED. HANK1XS. : will 01 Monday, October 7th,. the City of Live Oak, Florida, dated f We are prepared! to furnish these goods to all dealers in the state '.

i LIVKHWOKT: 1W7. after four weeks publication ol f r -- -- ---.I
IMXiKUS' j February 28th, 1JMMJ, there shall be $
I \ Tar aud Canrhaktgua, I this notice, offer for sale at the doo. levied and collected upon and out of Y{ URS 1--0R BUSlIiESS

of Coughs, '''Of the courthouse, at Live Oak. Su-. h .
For the complete cure
\ r.t real and personal property within -
Cold, Asthma and Bronchitis and all I wannee County. Florida, between thE! : i Live Oak
I the corporate limits of the City oft Bottling
1 i Lung complaints tending to Consumption legal hours of vale and Neil to ththighest
and Wild l'h ( Live Oak for the year .\. D. 1911., ,
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bidder for cash the follow,!
have for maintained an 1: a tax of two milts on tbe ages real estate, being lying and wtuat/1" I .L. H. HOLMES Proprietor.
i lisped reputation as a standard Cough 'I i Stoetion. 3. Thia ordinance shall :
( I tt! Remedy. It contains no opium or [in Suwannee County, Florida, or so I ; g-t lato effect immediately upon i i' 'iHi !-.t..;'!,' !>- t N"W ?Eofi4 i+ t4.: :-! much there a. be tc I
may aewaury
M harmful drug can be given with 1 ,
passage by the Cowneil an ap'iro. i)
satisfy said judgment and rusts, to-
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11' safety to children Price $1.60. Sold bv the iiayor. --- ---

il t I by druggists. Williams JIT? Co. i wit.:
Passed at
regular session! II'
,i J Props., Cleveland, O, SoM by the The south half of the southwest o
II soCity I, {Council this Sth day 1\ -
t; S Suwannee Drug Score. apr-lyr fourth of Section 3$, Towuht| 2:' I i
| tHor, .\. l>. 1907.
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Range east contaiaiag 10acres.
.. \\' llilutls' kidney l'i1h. CHAS. I!. :*iv tI' \\ '.
More or teas. I'arehaeer tCi
Hare you neglected jour Kldnejs Pmfdeat r,;
pay for till*. : ,
Have you overworked your nervous Atte'!: S P. MATS, City <
Wit(tew my hand and sal at LiveOak. :!'t
system and caused trouble with )rout i I 1. S. P. Mays, City Clerk 0: l,
t Florida, this 'th day of September '
kidneys and bladder Have Iou pains !i of Uve Oak, Florida, do l h..' > T
in loins, side back, groins and blad- 1S07.
I jfy that
the above and FIRST AND
der? lave you a flabby appearance J. 11. KICKKR9OX,
I Ordinance No. 6i was duly:I >
,$ 'i of the face especially under Sheriff Sawannee Co., Fla.,
I !! the City Council of the ('II. ScDBRA .
i t 1 eyes? Too frequent a desire to paw LESLIE & L.nm. .

1 f urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills Attorneys for Plaintiffs. eptUtlTI"'ut. : : Oak, Florida on the lot'!, ,

i will cure )ou-at Druggist Price 50c. September, A. D. 1t8. amt -'

- t( Williams' Manufacturing Co., Props., l I. hereby. certtlted t n tl.UPhill Mean $ $ made to all who
j Ik'|>artiii 'J I Cleveland, O. Sold b) Suwanneea Fln-'I approval.

a, Drug Store. aprlyr.vmri : i Mt, Uft.ce; of Comptroller, Witaess my hand and \ buy or wear them. In style,!

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: or N.XLK.: the said City this lth a. 0: ;h ease durability, Shield Brand Shoe*
I Whereas by satisfactory evkleacs
tember.A. D. 1901. toe the mark of perfection.
To Whom It
May : re8euted to the undersigned it baa
Notice is hereby given that theundersigned '
; been made to appear that a ba.kl, gaUO"iatiOti

sheriff of Suwannee under! the name of The ; Examined and approved b' ne t" M. C. KISER CO., Manufacturer '

County, Florida, for the satisfaction 12th day of September V () 1907 ATLANTA CA. (
Chisens Bank of Live Oak. !!:eated ".t i ,

( of a Judgment entered in the Circuit Live Oak. .Florida and organized J B JOHNSON, Mayor:: )

I Court of Suwannee County, Florida under the laws of Florida, has compiled --- ----

on the Cth day of June, A, I). 1906, with all the provisions
requiredt A
t against W. H Collins, in favor of > be complied with by the Banking :

"p' Wolfe Brothers Shoe Company a Laws, of the -
I State of Florida before ....
) corporation, etc., for the of
an association shall be author LAXATIVE COUGH

I 'i I t1 $300.48 damage with interest from ised to commence the business of'' SYRUP] MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY,

1t date thereof until paid and J7.50 banking

St1 costa and in pursuance of an execution X- w. Therefore I. .\. C Croom, THE i [l'"rllblta',01 SI alloBar Engines
f Botler.,; Mw.liJtt'l.; ...j Kolb(
said will
judgment ,
upon Comptroller of the State of Florida.: THE iP&L ORIilNIl Machinery and Suppl.-. C.*"

: % l' on Monday, October 7th. 1907, after b> virtue of the authority vested IPme I ;! t.M:: plete line curried in Itnck Ler-

four weeks publication of this notice, by Section 270:, of the General HEW al Terms. Vnttfor ('atlew,.e.scntsfor .

offer for sal at the door of the court- Statutes of the State of Florid, '''IDEA ;

house at Live Oak. Suwannee County that State .\ the oU'S| l lamHiAsOLIVK las
certify the Citizens Bank of Live :" .

Florida, between the legal hours of.. Oak, of Live Oak, In the County of I :. KNUINKS

sale, and sell to the highest bidderfor Suwannce
aDd the
State of Florida
Tie Ki Clever Blo.tom
and tie holly Be es
cash the following real estate is authorized to commence the business KTery Bottle. ACHINERV.

t being, hing and situate in i
Suwannee of "A Cold
banking under the name or a Cough nearly always
\'JI:?.F '3 ALL COMMlNitTiOJ; t TO
County, Florida, or n much thereof above given with a capital stock of''| eyes nose constipation and throat-the water all runs to the \ 1.0OI. \\ 'PHONE 574. 22 OCKAN S''f R'::. ;'
: Instead of
be passing out
may necessary to satisfy sail
fifty thousand dollars of the FLORIDA.Pkirs.
syster.throuch the liver and kidneys.: I I JACKSONVILLE,
Judgment. to-wlt.: For the of
Given' under hand want moisture the bowels become !I
m.v and I 1 "
The north half of the southwest dry and hard. Nearly all other cough cures 'I
I seal of oSce. this fifth day of are const-pibng: ,especially those containing
one-fourth of Section thirty-five (35), i Seal) September, .\. D, One Thou : Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Hooey and I

Township two <2) south. ltans'' sand and Nine Hundred and Tar moves the bowels, contains no Opiates. 66 66

thirteen (13) (east containing
one !

less.hundred Purchaser and sixty to pay acres fr.r" title.more,.or I .13-'t '-Mnptroller State of Fla The best Chill, Fever and LaGrippe cure

Witness m> hand and teal at late on the marker. Be sure to get the genuine.

Oak, Florida. this 9th day of September. virtue SHI.KIFKS.VVLK.Bv of an fro It has the signature in red ink. Accept no
execution issue d
) A. I). 1907. HON V "
l out of the Circuit Court, in and for DTARI other as there is none "Just as good. It
J. H. m K. ROX.::
Sheriff, Suwaaee Co., Fla. Suwannee County, Florida. on the _... Rsheves Colds by working them out cost, but 25 cents for \ 6 doses, if it cures,
fifth day of September 1907. in favor of the system through a copious action of NOT.
of I). H. Wilson, plaintiff, against Jw. _
Attorneys for Plaintiff sept 13-it Relieves Coughs by cleansing and :Manufactured byCRESCENT
Hoeford, defendant, I have levied strengthening the
mucous membranes of
MIKUIrF SILK. upon u the property of J. W Hos- throat.chest.hmrs and bronchial tubes. ,

Notice is hereby given that I. J. h. ford, and \\'IlI1'elJ, on Monday, October i For Croup Wtooplsg COUth,La Grippe, Live Oak Florida.

1 Kickerson. sheriff of Suwannee coan- 7th. 1907, during the legal hours Influenza Colds, Long, Bronchitis and Bronchial, and aSectlon all Coorti no. fOR SAlt: BY ALL DRUGGIST.

ty. Florida under and by virtue of of sale, at the courthouse door, In remedy U equal to reanedy' Laxative

I} an execution issued out of and under Live Oak Florida, at public auction, Honey and Tar. Children Ilk it. 66 Fletcher's 66

Put up In 25c,60e and$ .. .
I t to the highest bidder, for cash the I.OO betti ate la*
erstory f a.O.OeWItt
Oo..Chicaao, U.'.A.

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