Live Oak daily Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075905/00156
 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 14, 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: UF00075905:00156
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Which Arc Murdering und Robbing Ixx-al I'niuus Vote to Continue thr ;
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\\r"lihy Mm Win Fall In \, F i ."Tit and Declare Small's +

Their Waf 1 r g Office Vacant i

2aftntonlo, Tex., Oct. 12L-- i New York, Oct. 13.-President s. J

Special to ke Express from Guaya- I Small appeared! confident today that

ma, Milr< says: Jesus Drocamentoaa4 I the strike was at an end and hop -
RW-trdi Robtes. memb/t's of two tul that his men would be re-lnatated.

of tk i weal i teat fatnihe/m this sec- I The strike will be called off tomor-

lion, mete mbushed/ ate yesterday row, and n will b, back to

by a hand <\\f twelve Yaqul Indians, work," he% ,4 1 '"
pteeatecnto cmn Lllled outright and "Will : a word pf adyic

Hi tompaalol fatally wounded. The to tbe men whether tier should

Ustk iwcvrr*! In the vicinity of the i vote to caJl it off iid seelr're-IntUtt->

I (Srl.ra' rnUnlng camp. ment?" h/e/ was isked.
Tk# aatYcaped after robbing "I wll COve/tl t point at h. meet

,,* c a tea.. T\r killing has aroused lug today jyfth tBtr nxn in New

ile. Vyl **Uont the better element York," hereplied.x'x'"Tte

frf ii> ttotrkt a\J the military has object la sending out mj .

ni n MndW out a large deMMleft Statement to tie men yesterday was
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t..p.aaa .E on the trail bfeb. to put the question right up to then

Our resources are exhausted, aid if

.-------- trey want t \continue the fight thrj

will Dave to turn i-Ole funds.
wise: ltl.IS: 10 IIKMVUK
"What If the locals recline to call

I -- it off?" be was aeked.

I /ere l.*l llrtly ( revn Concerning "Well, there will, be nothing to to

} a t'... IJve l sue*. but keep up the flgbt as long aa U*}

Sir Thomas Lipton to pet sitar us with another Shamrock :an, but it will be up to them to pro-
t .... Yrk. Xt 12.-Mrs. Hetty prepares
Ireland m Columbus OiepatcK. ride funds. Tie strike ;';Irnplat
........... referred to as th erlcheut
-- from the beglnn'ng.*'
...... ta tW world U strongly op- -,
I Strike JlOl reH.
p+eeN he t.4.n+atlonal marriages, ac- IT is I "Then the strike is hopeless sat! Naught
; ar.4s4 ,. .. Interview with her, __ i The October term of the Criminal ------
as well be abandoned*"
.ft*. u ......tu.d today. So Feu southern Whit.S(>t'k Civil I i court of Record for Suwannee roaei Ju.It"'urr.. of that City, l'os'cwse"s
"That is it," replied Mr. Small.
{ I ant laird Gladys Vanderbilt U Service Position. : > ,.t i 1.1 regular session this mora lU'inarkabUPOMIIN..
President Small Suspended
*.. *' 4*ch4er.." she Is quoted as Washington, Oct 12,-That IK) few u. ji R:ae o'clock by Judge Crtr. (Bradentown Journal.)
Chicago Oct. 14.-Tte follovltfmcsage '
*M M ,..,. are thousands of white men in the South are seeking fit. docket for this term Is an unj't Daring the visit here last week of
was sent to President Small
s_ )er.*( working men In the :ivil\ service positions I* now a matterof ; :lh heavy iH e. forty-Blue ea1.'pP.arDI *e Jade O. s. Fair. of Tampa. The
by the executive committee last .'=ht
t+e.4 ...**. haul epough to be any deep: concern to tl e oshciate of the na it. Some of these were Herald' rUe bad the pleasure of
Under article 15, section 7 of tbs
!lets h...**d The girls who go to Postoffice Department ,V recent examination I .' miiuuvd canes from last term and meting and conversing with him He
consc.tu.ioc of the
Coranterc al Tel.rapbers' .
K..p. tp a** their husbands deserve for portions ta the railvav 'r.1 t.r.. wer arralgiMxl and plead guilty' ib a lawyer b>' profession and does
'; Union of America, you tr*
.Ml they nt knd more. ereby suspended from the offic ol
'Mrr*,*! a f-rrtnX wotiny ecaube the mints in the Sautli. aDd seven-eighths cm ,o. The! actual number of caseso but solely to renevo suffering and
resident, to take effect Immediately.
..-. ..... br\g h fu a title. I of the appliylnts wernegrOt's. : t>" tried at this term will sum up not with a view of making money. ."

*...* 4te...n him The : Detfjirtrae. officials SMS it tMrt>.-f.>e. most of wbkh will He has effected many wonderfulcures ,
PoyoTce (Signed.) S. J. KONENKAMP
bin, irrvit ald (>e had no Inteu- are I> sa' that (H,' l." dlt'we of if tb;*> record of the some of hk-h were reported In
rrrxt'ti. Acting Chairman
a4 '... .< rilrnu fro/t\ubiness. Chen reason yhlte m kts4 ot taking the ,. .-IC- 'i fv' up to hat it has been the Tampa papers. having reed

i pC om p( tMMfyWs.Y she said, "my examln.-lii t >flfls that !\ >ui.uHeitrt: )"a: ,,, 'I i 1-'t. yoy tfeae reports tbe scribe was moved NEW PIIASK OF QUESTION: .

..... in tkr w./ rid fcVall have been are serving ia-the"rall \ a> mail service I.' fury ", .dfawn and the venire to ask the judge about ills power,

..... I hut been ousj" forty-too In one SoutUenrTTl.c all of the ,.: recur At le /.his tternoon '.\ uIC.J seemed miraculous. Mi"tti!\...ippi Town Wants Separate

! frara and w.rk has 01\de me young appliiatrrVwere negroe Postofllce at f1 rly. Judgeeatzssounded Judge Farr, who, b* the by, 131St'ent.thre Schools for Italians.
and happy.'' officials declined to give the name ot 1 Ill' .h1! k Ittf1'b' ..f.unowrnvere atr years e. stated that
, : Hattiesburg, JL 118., Oct. 12.A
Of the flaanilal outlook: Mrs. Grtr n this city.They titlttPd: CaAo"\rnson..rbarg'd' o* be had possessed sine, boyhood the I resolution callin tgr separate

had this to M> : "We sa\ely passel look tima the whole situation :Ltrtek/ .,set" g Hty: Ed. Lane. gift of healing by layifig on of hands
schools for Italians
5y/tans and Rug
th. Period when there wal> danger of is grave, and it is very evident thit tIIt', sate of liquor, plead not gullt : lie l. unable.to explain it. but says scan Jewish childreayla Hattlesburg

|>aulc Money may be tllht again 'hU particular examination is looked Andrew Jordan, larceny pleadnot that he regards It As a divine gift bOUhe
was adopted today local Board
bout tbe first of the )ear, but 1 do upon with considerable concern, so guilt and Lonnie Taylor plead : bestowed upon 1m/to enable him to of Education. It wulVe presented t9

lot look for serious business embar- much to that they are extremely: cautions tie same to a charge of assault and : relieve suffering: /nd viewing it In the Veek
Council In
City next an el-
raument about talking on the subject KtterThe officers seem to be : that light he iWls that he should
fort to obtain fuads lor erecting
make no charge ftr the cures that he
--- ---- ---- ---- ---- uVtermined to put the blind tigers out
separate school buildings.
.1 \TTLF.s\lKKs: 1\ r.KKKl.\ of b.. io.... The following are up for f'fft't. The be/e\oence! that beams ,
IUOWi..tro"+ 'I"It..lnll.: Recent race antagonism in this vicinity
from his coup /na e evinces sincerIty -
---- trial! on the charge of selling liquorRthont
especially against Italians I
Macon, Oct. ISho.tI after 1 1''lkt''mau'" IU.I... dated by T"iito. i- : IkenseBullev Pinkney .
the for the resolution.
Ir t o'clock this morning freight train No. ness of ifurVokin (;1o\c. John Jordan, Jas Neal, J. J. Kinsman -i While her/, he cured one lady of cause

IS, on the Central Rallwa, bound New York. Oct. 10.-Mounted I. it. II. Hammock. Charlie Boner, I rheumatism nd another of both Patti's In tbe palmy 'days of the t

for Columbus met with a terrible rheumatic / and drafty fi He has famous dlra but well known
Patrolman Louis A. Brown had K-l Lane a&tl Walter Pert. a millionaire
ddtat In front of the depot atfcolds. aC-1 narrow escape from being stung t.) \Ue \heeler.. Rebecca Bailey. effected miu> curt of Vheuiaatlsiu lov r of ".music believed thai

when the boiler of engyeNoIMS : I and near gla simply by paving his, she should hive
: death by a rattlesnake, ha the Flat- I.. 118), Sec>tt Stewart, Walter Wallace uropean study. Tte
;: was btu\n to atoyis and !, bush residence! section of Brookljn. Lonuie \lor.Sylrester Thomas hands on [the affected part\ Askedas announcement w s made that be had

tagisecr C. S. AVfra and Conductor to whether there: cures taken her und
' I A buckskin glive say4d his lifr Sallie Williams. Leon and Lawson perc\permanent r his wing and would
C L Allen were krUed outright and he said that the were, that give her al
Where the raW I' cauie from Is what and John Foster are the aggregation a mos education abroad.Christine's .
..aor.4 Fireman Geo 'e Howard was the trouble returns In
rVsidfnt a
There arm was perfectly
is puzzling who will answer to various aamult
tautly lnjure. dying\ att'r. Brake- many vacant lotsln that vicinity. and I Charges, raneiog in degree from aggravated modest manner be related several instance willing that she should take adfaat.

*** Flub Perrv color< d'U slight- in one of them, i ldr'nt"rt" Illa-1 assault to assault with intent of cure be bad performed by age of the generous offer of her patron.

'f ..!.,.... Brown on : waot Ing when Patrolman to commit murder.

Tie Leaf of the
/aeesl a thism. pertIe t of tiv depot When he heard I II the chiWrH trj- Kill are expected to o.-cui ----- phatlcally. / \

ww. iMaa away/ and th \ freight I lug that there "'ai.a. awake IB the on'a! short time for trial I wo\m-nt'n. FGSSlull... "If 1 hale the Jdnd of voice I l>e-

....... .M "....sf'd, ) hol 3 grass te rode at tell peed to the The Suwanaee Criminal Co rt has I -f--, Jie1e I fugue, 1 do not need a traJa.
.... t! \\' utseskk. Millionaire
seem is thq railway einban'vMor \lots, im home, waich has buI refutation already for dispensingu.tie ; lag in Europe. at lust Just now, I

.... .k.t* the engine: stool I I trained to obey e,eryOWBMU>>!. I', without any needless delays. I i Tagai y* After Hpr.I can ring 'Lere and earn t a livelihood

ebq I" a.ri..i occurredi I perfectly still as ''he .-troin rt I{ San Fra cico. Oct 16.-Miwj and then'' when I findXthat my technique !

tw..be were killed were in I jumped off and made a rush for the I until Brown seized It with his right j Christine XielAi. the Saa Francisco is deficient I can on my own

ea. ..* M the Vm.. The fireman was I tall weeds I band juet bat of the tead, and toIn politenian's /o\ag cIa.ahterViae! money, go across the Atlantic to for

b't.r .** in. (akin* of water on the Then he heard a warning rattle free. '!$": ) llcenu \as v: '.- .T. ;: great schools of music and study o.

..4e TW to white men were i and the snake struck at him, bury He held the Fnak/untn one of the \,\ide\! that agents: : my own account I don't want say

b.4' 4 ta*. >...., In a moment ing its fangs in the thumb of the children got an Xmpty milk bottle, !I love-sick millionaires banging to n?

Mi MNt... .*iX>a raw created. In tne tough buckskin glove on his left and into this his /a tl\"e' was shoved skirts and I simply won't hawthem.

band There It hung for a moment, IIt'l; fi: ,d"? i imprisoned, ."

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t 7 NIC t AVT: CP CHRIST AND IX- ern industrial world and society do !111II11i> . .i111HIII111i111111111. . . J I > > . >IM> iIM. M> H> I. M. I. H. III II. M. "111' U. . . .......
nCSTIUALISH. cay its foundations, to the scandal of H .iimiiiiBinmmmi 11111II111 imittiiiMi MM 'MHli
: civilization, the outraging of human : sr
If bet Uw of Christ la to cover
justice and the final damnation of all j
_ Mf1f I.. It I* meant to cover every- .
such workers of iniquity, except they ..
tititft_ There U no realm of thought
.*.! *'I asplrat'on or endeavor that I I re nt.-X. Y. Observer.

I* *.** from the Pr3sure of that 1! j
hard Times In Kansas. i iI
s to*. of ladifferent to the findings of41ft.
.. J..tke which shall finally en-i The old days of grasshoppers an.1. LIVE OAK

fc* that rule of right against all !1 drouth are almost forgotten in the j fi fir

_.*...n. The Gospel of Jesus prosperous Kansas of today; a.-j!j

f O rivet deals with all phases of hum- though a citizen of Codell, Earl i i i

Mi .... and Interest. and as time Shamburg, has not jet forgotten a i oj a

C*.. b?. discovers new fields for In-'I and time he encountered. He says: I i

. ....... Md adjust Itself to novel "I was worn out and discouraged by |

, ...+tlt OB* la State and society. I' coughing night and day, and could -

l rr.. the first Christianity has had find co relief till I tried Dr. King's f I j

, a swims to the worklngmen. Our New Discovery. It took less than one!

t |.rd .u a workingman, and did bottle to completely cure me." Tte

and spuarely es.
fall work fairly
day safest and most reliable cough and

!. tie. tirpt'Dter' shop at Nazareth.t :, cold cure and lung and throat healer oj

tiN Iwrlre apostles were all work- ever discovered. Guaranteed fo>

L M**. ..Ies, perchance Judas Iscar- Barclay & Groover drug store. 50c I il '

!R M ... aa Idler by origin and choice. and Jl-00. Trial bottle free. oct-d. '

TV* first preaching of the Gospel -- COMPANY

*a* largely to the busy, careworn 3
Cla***, lh* common people hearing

If gladly Christianity has never ; IN INDIA. I I. '-uI ? ct
j 1 Besides the excellent religious effect
ftUslvel7 a rich man's rellg- f
of the recent lectures of D,' t
lea, or a poor man's religion nor ever I
Charles Cuthtert Hall on the Barrows I
ran be. In Its essence it seeks IIIii r
foundation In India Mr. Muker- !
Mt tt.. k>wty. tolls with the toiler !
ji, a prominent native lawyer in Cal-
puts K* trath llghtlngly under the ,, .
cutta, credits Dr. Hall with a very I Important I: j i 'I I I'I :" I :: 'I I I 1 1'1':1:;: illn: I : I "i.i
fcvy kardfna of the poor, and:
I though quite unsought, i
4rUrs tt. chains from off the bleed-
political influence. When the AmerIcan Book News and CommercialPRINTERS
tae limbs of st>! wretched captive
lecturer arrived In India, S r 1 j ,
It l. sot U b. supposed that tha
Hindu community was in a Jf1'Y sul- |
pet gr.wth M* myrial complexltv '
len state of resentment'against its ,
.4 lIteJ.a\ Industrialism. of which
British rulers on >ctbunt of the late |
.A wa, boast. has evolved problems
division of pt.f province of Bengal, I
U.*.a It bak IU perplexities, wblchan
and a widespread sentiment favored I 1
..*,..4 iMkkolntlon of Christian
the business j I I I''''' I ., ..... 1
and social boycott ofi I I I" I II I II I I I I ill I I Ii il I: I .
H*, .r that horn Christ bAa no euro
all Occidentals. Missionaries felt 1'
a..rvkt.g word today for shop and
,a:fiery grave Increase of difficulty ingetting |
txtaUat-roooi aaTfccr them thattwet r(

...,. .. I* othing/ th IttaeJMrs a hearing for the gospel. [
Against this prejudice Dr. Hall had
,ww.t1b9 cac eatabstianity. i
to pit himself and it is said that he' ,
/t. .. Chr the ,

s4s'Ilsle''''''of easel op eesioa, nor overcame for himself it but remarkably for all, not Christian on'j 'J] VTO job is too large and none too small for

utlln tfcat I. done IsV secret by

.L of A directorate la Wall streetty degree workers for and the even government In an appreciable itself.! :' 1. M us to handle, and everything in the

*' -ill rot some time come under

,..f:.. by the Rabbi of GilileX CondttI..a Says this wrIter "It bespeaks :, Printing Line comes easily within our limit.
great credit to Dr. Hall when vac ,
of ands aad traffic naaufac-
think of the marvelous effect he has i
t.r. aid dUtrlk! .Uoa, that are most
... produced on the minds of an agitated : I
rlB. owes to trained
eooao -
people and the amount of DR stock of Bond Linen
lets. ar. clearly rtstbl and hopefully good : 0 and Rag Papers
L feeling that he has succeeded in i
>. to UM caM of Him who to the
CM .! UMMV *tlo44a HU scepter over \ringing about between Christians i ia is one of the largest carried in Florida,

\d non Christians." This certainly

A rtvliUallou of the world, con-
lteitlag IU derUalea of millions o( >3 an admirable tribute to be won.i r and with a well equipped modern PrintingPlant

by a commissioner of the Prince of !
.e+i as realty aa the fortunes of a

(Bidet iBdlvUa .' Peac\and an apostle of the good tid-I II new type, and artistic printers, we
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I Ings.-The Interior. '
It saaf km taken for eraated that
Dr. ball delivered the Cole can furnish with Stationery cheap
you as
Uttj as
n.. law of ()rfat. .. It basteas to
ure for 1903: at Vanderbilt Univert:
appty lt.Hf to modera Industrial j
ZU.aa. ..1the following con d city, his subject being: "Tb Univer-3'! ;and prompt as any establishment in the j

e'sal Elements of the Christian Ht'II-
ausds at l.at-that tho ultimate :
South. A trial will
ion convince. Samples and
.._.. !. all ciMtloiu of business !

..aU .. l.. what Is moral In add' H Estimates
.\ 11.1'1"OI.H .ua:. Furnished on Application.
ttes .. .bst U legal, that the rule
Happy ii the man whose heart retains ;
t' Vr.Ui.r'ood shall prevail rather i
i its youth even under the prefl- J
t\a. la. "brlgaadige of commerce" i(
i; sure of ears; who though grave can 'r
tat efKry III"" high or low, shall i
still be cheerful I
whose hopes are as
t6.. ". .. '
a . strong as ever, though the objects s y
aid ren4' )ored ball have no dif- .
are changed who baa lost !
; nothing
hv.ew., or stall arbitrate i .11I1 III I I I I liil" .lrll' i III'' IlIdIiI: II I .
their difwt I 1'1 Idlll'llil 11i :n :;:;:::rpr It
the finer tastes and I
sentiments of hlif .
hrnecm r. tney Have them, that t .
stl! ... prwveaUUva measure shall! earlier years who can still admire j

t.. Lakes fur the protection of em-! the beauties of nature in whose ear1i '! : We Make a Specialty of Mail
'i the voice of youth
i sounds
ll Uy.... ra the war of improved hyW PIE'aMnuy.1
and tbe laugh of children
.. aad walUtloa. and the ado
p- Order
| who can enter into the pleasures and :- Business !
ll.. of aafrty device! that shall be r :-
share in their enjoyments with a' :
A fall dlvltloa of
the profit. of manutVttr I
keener relish perhaps, because they i iUI! II :'111 I 1"1--' I
*. sad that cash man. having | I IU' :: I I I'ir -m: q: I
recall i lIi11 "'" i
4... the beet that he may under the the memory of bygone dan'l
and who can travel the dow I
n- .
tMJIUaoj surrounding him at aay i .
road of life with more hope for the I .
Opt tin*. hall l>e content with Ill, 1 .
future than regret for the -
past. For '
.4**.. aa4 remain at peace withsaaaataJ. I 1i
such a man even old age bag iU ..

pleasures, for though at tlui*$ the I
It mould (>A my to give reasons
shadows of the past may darken his'
f.r ta.*.. rartoma statements, which spirits, LIVE OAK
he has but to turn hU i i| I

fma the standpoint of ChrUtlalty.r thoughts to the future to dispel )

M> many catagorlcal imperative them. .
How vain
and empty appear I!
bet they nay well be left to each to hi mall
scaa'a otxui fence In the sight of God gained and distinctions H PUBLISHINGCOMPANY .
by trafficking I
with truth, justice 1
&. long M men own no higher law and religion: how worthlet-s IIi I

thaw that which Is Imposed by men that accumulation which, while it

to .iwr thin themselves so long corrupts and enervates the soul, can !I

M aajtalng that will scrape through not satisfy the heart, and which ha I .

l&. BMike of the law of the State who has wasted his life la gathering I !

without landing Its authors In prison must leave behind; and how Idle I jl I

U accepted as the thing to be don!. and hollow that popular applause In I

a> long aa the rule which businesssnra I witch the weak fanatic fancies he : ..

adopt U the devil's adag hears the voice of God.-West Palm :

"l hatsver you suspect the othW'naa I Beach I j l li LIVE OAK FLORIDA

Is going tq do to you do it to

lies, aid do It first." &0:110 long as

U. only "deal which the masses t
i1 I IL :
,ave Is a balf-dtal or no deal at all.Co t :.

that extent will the law of Chris ;. : ) ++ .
It* tem:-orarily defeated in the mod- ; ;;;+; ; ;; t; : ; 1. ; i; iiiiiiiiii \ i ttllllll'ii ; : ;11"III'.I.: ; ; :":.": :':;:'

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_JiM."'.'\n: %(). 03. twenty-five ($25) dollars; dealers in I jest to be paid or remitted upon Each local agent of Insurance company religious books- only abal3'net'ls" ;II

(1tra.AAS. I._.. tkr+v.e.. and furniture sold on installment, under drafts, checks or orders or where or associations firm or'In- quired to pay a license tai..., :,
Taws. 17evkflMg fur then contract for n n-payment thereof m Del is advanced or loaned on dividaal, d lug business In the: C'ty Traveling, dealers without tce&9t
-_ *** .,. and ITrwrlblnjltb fIe ( $5) dollars; provided this shal stocks, bonds bullion bills o! exchange of Live Oak, Fl rlda. including cor-i j II who Thallbargain r sell any goods
hl I'. lad.g 1.1..... \\' not apply to persons taxed as merchants or promissory note or received iporations or associatlolh' engaged lathe t wan* or merchandise for cash or

p'N".......... fir U'1wI' rallurr to ; dealers in gasoline or for discount or ror'sale., shall be business of Insarns: 'against fire, I 19th r.v se. by sample or in any otter
..a. u.... Itw I'r"vI.**.. Then naphtha, at wholesale, five ($5) dollar regarded as a bank or bankers and'indemnity, accIdents! tb'persons, act -if nne!'. for present or future dell-
.-.lr ?: dealers In automobiles ant .- subject as such to the provisions of'. trig as surety upon bonds.. guarantee : ve- Jto anr: person whatsoever bj

K t *M a-r tt>. Mayor and motors or other borseless vehicles I this ordinance. I ling fidelity of employees a :jltsurind 1 b-- elf or agent r arents, following

M __1' *a* tt. CMf of IJ,* Oattsr4s twelve" dollars and fifty cents Lenders of money either persons, i( employers against liability for accident I Infer t to deFTer and.colleet for same,
( 12.50): ; dealers in illuminating nr firms corporations associations or t employees and life insnr- I except a licensed dealer shall b*

L 1'toe4.. |>.r on. firm or lubricating oils at wholesale twelve their agents not taxed as bankers lance companies,.shall pay to the City, 'deCTed a peddler under this erdia-
M t. ANt ..,U- la, manage dollars and ftfty cents ($12.50), for doing the business of lending or advancing f I of Live Oak a license tax of two I ance. TrW ordinance*shall include
I..r.=.9t'am .*** !........ I>r fusion each p!:r(' rf business; proprietor or m-ney for which interest. Infection ( dollars and fifty cents. $2.50). i ,,e(t dlcrs of clocks, s'ovec, ranges and
B4iOBed! la tblsta'sr."b proprietors of each garage for keepIng fees or otter remuenratloa Each traveling agent or solicitor: of sewing machine gents, whether: selling -
wr 7sA'swa .* II* CHy of Live automobiles, five ($5) dollars; [ is charged In excess of ten per cent any insurance company as describedIn bv sample or on future delivery,

t was! ..>*.. a City Licenses dealers In junks twenty-five ( $e-51) per annum secured by mortgages the preceding section doing business or otherwise: pr vided that permanent
o.a tie. Ire procured from dollars; dealers in oleomargarine or bill! of sale power of attorney or In the: City of Live Oak shall or locally established agent shall
a A ffl rasa* .<>*rf_ of tfc. city. which butterlne. wholesale, handling orlRtnal ther legal transfer oq personal property pay a license tax f twelve dollars and be exempt from-the provisions of this
aN at all b. hued Irt each packages only, te"n ( $10) dollar as security for any such loansor fifty cents ($12.50). section.
.4 ., mrinrattea on receipt advances; or any person, firm Each insurance adjuster whether Traveling dealers going from placeto
_i"a, if a. fcr.t.aftr provides Dealers In pistols! bowie knives, corporation or association doing tbe resident or non-resident who bas no' place, selling! go ds 'wares or
_** -
., to 'a 'k- <'Ito Clerk's fee of sling shots or brass knuckle Springfield :: business e-f securing such I'ans or paid a license as agent or travelfcg merchandise of all descriptions shall 8y
trt.iNc far license rifles repeating rifles or dirk advances for borrowers upon such agent who adjusts insurance lose pay to the Cl'y of Live Oak a license
11M' I" '.a4 a4 said every Ikense shall knives, twenty-fire ( $25) dollars;; securities and charging such borrowers 'n this city shall pay a license tax 'ax of twenty-five ( $25) dollars and
lI.a *
Tai Collect r anr.y.r provided said pistols, Springfield or+ commission inspection! or other: of five ($5) dollars.Contractors it shall be unlawful for such person
s' M
b. Sisal.d"**'' M,. ll>e teal of the other repeating rifles bowie, knives fee for their services, shall pay a for the erection of or dealers t sell or attempt to sell
11''k .""'HIt. Everyaf' dirk knives brass knuckles and stint 1'cense tat b the city of one hundred buildings cr other -ork. ten ( $10) under and by virtue of the license of
Q f .. ta. rtagular numbera shots shall not be s Id to u.Inors. ( $100) dollars for eafh place of busi' dollars. any other licensed dealer, storekeeper -
..sJ c Every violation of this Section shall ness. Job printing ofEces. running by or druggist; '
.-.. '. and embrac the
M' .:.talwr sir ..4 .v.ry word lm 1.., punished by a fine of not e.\roel }:very person firm or corporation power, two dollars and fifty cents Trad'ng stamp firms persons or
P1.ta, I ButaUr be 'ns one hundred dollars or by ImprUonment regularly engaged !In he business of ( $2.50) : steam laundries five ( $'>)) corporations kn wn as trading stamp

ii iie *.* ':.* sat'N plural...li.d to the singular may not exceeding sixty days lending money in said city, and not dollars; Chinese laundries, five ($5) companies, shall pay to the City a
.a***Mf** sat .'*ry rd Importing r by both such tine and imprison :axed aa bankers shall pay a license dollars; livery, feed or sale stables license tax of five hundred! '"l$500)( .
.* meat at tbe discretion of the Major tax of keeping for hire feed
.Ma. ..df only may te ex- twenty-five ( $25: d-liars. or public use, dollars. Merchants us'ng trading
it* ar f Dealers In second-hand clothing) For each public carriage, hack and not more than fin horses and mules stamps shall pay'to the City a Hcdane
to female aaWfcenever
..44 ..1... the word for each place of business. twilvr l dollars dray, charging for transportation not two dollars and fifty cents $2.50)) ;; tax ()f. one hundred and twenty-live
r I' se d la Its Ordinance, tt and fifty cents un.5'pro: operated by keepers f-livery stables more than five and less than ten ( $125) dollars for each < place (
aa41 Is as
.... animation. vided that merchants paying a regular u'.ng single team two' dollars and Corses and mules, three dollars and business where! they use such stamps.
'.64 t > .Q
e47 1* shall be held 1'cense' shall not be rPfl;;l1't'd to fifty cents ($2.50), anll u !ng double eventy-five cents ( $3.75) ; more Any person, firm or corpora'lo
,*4 tP s nay this license; dealers in econd- team the: sum of five (13): dollars. than ten and less than twenty horses furnishing!: lights either gas or electric -

N +1M.... arm hn lltwee shall f,. Issued hand boas and shoes, five ($5):; dollars I Every band or troup or aggregation: and mules six dollars and twenty having; a.capital of $239.0'Mj' or

(Ic : ilea ... and alg..aw for each place of bu<;lnt>:i L car!> or other traveling or wandering or five cents ( $6.25) ; more than twentyand more shall .pay a license tax of
for m.rc tear the first 1 dentist permanently located, fide 'jdmadic p.o 1 le who shall camp pitch less than twenty-five horses and seventy-five ($75) dollars; $100,090
.>all eaptr. day
I ($5) Cellars; each traveling dentist their lents s-,p and ejgage In business mules ten ( $10) dollar; more than or more ud less than $250.009( ,
.f .. but fractional :
4 < '(>"% *b ),ear hereinafter fire ( $K| dollars; drovers selling nt of telling fcrtuiies trading; werty-flve horses and mules twenty fifty ( $50) dollars; less than $140-
!lt..trept a pro- auction or otherwise five ( $5) dol- horses llE'ddllnr. trading! or other occupation ( $201 dollars. 000 and more than $50,090 tbirtv-
I t.a.1. M> lie UMied to eiplre on that tars; dealers In elec'noal macnery In the City of Live Oak I unch stands < r eating houses at seven dollars and fifty cents

4.r ai a protK>rttonaie rate. All ''or appliances for pr fit, five ($5) tall pay a licence tax to the city of railroad depots. seven dollars and ( $37.50) ; $2S,00 to fVMHO.
t. transfrrrecl with the
bt.- n ./ busl- I dollars for each place of business; one hundred ($100) dollars. Any ;Ut\ cents ( $7.50). fwenty-flve ($25) dollars; $10.090
aas#*"I| *t the Mayor with the I leach lawjer five ($5) dollars; green hers n violating the provisions of this :Machine! and repair 6h> |ps, for 'o $25.009, 'ten ($10) dollars; leas
..* I v .bka key were taken out. growers and dealers in fresh fruits paragraph shall upon conviction be publ'c use. five ( $5) dollars. than iaoOo.. the ( $5) dollars.

.!., tlert la a bona fide sale and i and nuts not merchants one dollar fined not more than two hundred }.,I:1g: testers striking machines, I Pr vldedjfurther. that an, Individual,

ins*t.r of tb. property Issued ani I and fifty cents ( $1.50) for each place ,( $200) dollars or imprisoned not weighing machines, phonographs,, company, frm or corporation furnlsh-
j ..r4..).4 in IB. bualnf'transferred a. stock license Inlr .I lor business; hypnotist pr fessloual; !Io-, :er than three months, r>r both gramophones, music boxes, chewing '!'np gas electricity to its customer
jj .4 Iut moth 'fifty' ($:>0) dollars; hawkers and ru"d and imprisoned at the dlscre- gum stands automatic penuy-ia-the- and making charge by meter and
.td te for the .
j tail M a to good only I I' street': vendors of medicine. 'drugs or :.01 of the Mayor. slot machine, when operated: f r profit who shall make a minimum chargewithout
IrMt* of dm for hlch U was pa'ent meliclnes: fifty ($3) 'dollars H:.rber shops r
J JI Jf Jl Jl i rtfl. *gaunt ltv taken license out shall; provided be ..urrend.4 that- I for each day they attempt to sell; ,n ( $2) ,,dollars; for each additional each. i pay a license' tax of fifty (50) percent
U M beef and meat markets and fish '*'a-r", fitly cents; bl'Iiard or pool Managers of merry-go-rounds, i more than ab ve set out; pro-
r4 '. .. filed with the City Clerk markets shall each ray a license oft 'aMei! kept for profit seven dollars. twelve dollars and fifty cttts I v'ded however, tbe above roI.IOJ1 iii.
at t*. tin application for transfer I wenty-ft H'I' U%5) dollars. and fitly cents ( $7.rfor each ( $12.50) ; planing mills! and novelty shall not apply to companies or )Individuals
such transfer after be
to Made, Merchants store-keepers and druggists table.; works seven dollars and fifty cents wh. furnish meters withoutcost
tag approved ....11 be of the same for each ne thousand% dollars Hoarding houses .jjgh,? houses or 17.50) ; planing mill, including dry to places of business and residence

fwr. sad effect! as the original or fraction of one thousand dollars h"'tels having accommodation for kiln not connected with saw mill, five *.
l ."... of stock of merchandise one dollar three: hundred or more lodgers or ($5) dollars Sec. 5. That all confirmed cripples -
Fss I All llcrntea shall be pay- and fifty cents ( $1.50) for each placef boarders shall pay a license tax of Restaurants and public eating physcally! incapable of manual
.14. oa 9t before the first day of business; any merchant keeping one hundred ( $100) dollars; two sal one bating accommodations for labor shall, be allowed t.opeddle.wjth-
ti4+ilef ..( neb year, and m licensealai)1.Isaaed sewing machines in stock for sale in undred to three hundred lodgers orb seating twenty-five or more persons, out paying a license usingttef'bif1lcapital

for any fractional por- the same manner as other mer- arders ..seventy-five ( $75) dollars; twelve dollars and fifty cents only, not in. excess offl'*
..... or a fear, eicept flat any license clmnilise shall not be taxed r.s sewing one hundred to two hundred lodgers ( $12.50) ; less than twenty-five per hundred d liars; provided, such cripples
4 otter.it* specified In thia Ordinsar machine agent or dealer. or boarders fifty ($50) dollars;; sons five ( $5) dollars. I shall be residents of Suwann

.. nay te Issued after tbe first Mental healers. or all persons seventy-five to one hundred lodgersor Saw mills. Including planing mills County, Florida; and provided further

lay of April to expire October first, claiming heal bv absent treatment boarders twenty-five ($25) d'l- or dry kilns with dally output often I such exemption shall be allowed*- ",

SPAS payment of De-half the amount one hundred ( $100) dollars; provided lars; fifty to seventy-five lodgers orb thousand feet, or less two dollars only upon tbe certiflca'e'f some re-,
lied as tbe price of such license. for that nothing in this clause shall arders, twelve dollars and fifty and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; more than putable physician of the disability''

.*. )earte. be c nstrued as affecting the members cents ($12.50); twenty-five to fifty ten th' usand and less than twenty- : herein named. t
I. Tbat the following 'r any Christ'an denomination lodgers or boarders seven dollars five thousand feet, five ($5) dollars; 8ipcr6.That'eich'tallroad! company -

s numerated Individual license taxes who pray for the recovery of the sick: '::nd firtE'cents ( $7.30):>> ; fifteen to more than twenty-five thouand and whose tracks extend Into or
aaali be paid to tie City of Live Oak each' oculist permanent located. twenty-five lodgers or boarders five less than fifty tbouand feet ten through the corporate lim'ts of Lift

iy U. persons engaged In. managng! Ire ( $T) dollars; each oculist, travel- ( $5) dollars; ten to fifteen lodgersr I $ 10) dollars; more than fifty thou- Oak shall pay a license tax rf: .. ,

or tranuctloR the several occupa- !ne. seven dollars and fifty cents boarders two dollars and fift) -and feet fifteen ( $15) dollars.Shingle .seventy-five ( $75)! dollars. '}-
l flee businesses or professions ( $7.:>0) ; provided he has no license cents ( $2.50) ; accommodation for mills whether connectedwith S -c. 7. It shall be the duty of the ,. ,
limN, tOP ; 11 provided by State law; each lodgers: stall be construed to mean saw mills or not having daily City Tax Collector before issuing S -- .
Ndirdule "A. onMclan! permanently rated, two th*> number of beds habitually kept capacity of twenty-five thousand licet(>. based on a property valuation ._ ."
Auctioneers) ne dollars ( $5)); '1ollars and fifty cents ( $:.50) ; each for such lodgers and not the number c.hlnr.ll'oI i r more, twelve dollars and or capital stock capacity of production
f earb Individual conducting the bus* optician traveling, seven dollars and of r ems contained In the house. fifty cents (n 1:,5tH; less than "r other contingency to i:
less of abstracting titles, seven dollars if' cents ( $7.50) ; each osteopath, Holler and machine shop ani 'wenty-five thousand shingles; per require the party aopljlag for said '
and fifty cents ( $7.50)) ; agentsr y license: to file under oath duly ,
I five ( $5) dollars; pawnbrokers, for foundries connected seven dollars day two dollars! and fifty cents .i.--
agencies for the purpose of solicit- each place of business, fifty ($30):; and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; bottling $2.50). authenticated a statement of the
lac orders for or making sales ex;' I Value! of the amount of
dollars peddlers and hawkers cf works and sodawater factories ten Owners: or ;manas"r* of shooting property or -
clange i r deliveries of, or perform- merchandise: not otherwise enumerated .i$10) dollar! ; brick yards or fact galleries: two dollars and fifty cents tbe capital stock or capacity of pr- .

tnr toy other service relating to orconcreted specifically herein fifty ( $;)0) rigs fin ( $5) dollars; building ( $2.50): duction which statement under oath ...
with any of the persons. dollars peddlers of stoves and ranges nnd loan associations foreign two Shows or circuses exhibiting or shall be attached to the: mon'hly report

articles commodities or transactions ind clocks; or eIther or any of them, hundred' and fifty ( $250) dollars; gating a performance within tents of licenses! made by the Tax Col- "
tamed below to-wit: old from twenty-five ( $25)>> building and loan associations: local, whether covered uncovered, withor le-tor. A failure on the part of the
Agents for bicycles, five ( S 5) dollars wagons, Tax C'-(lector to require and attach
dollars each piano tuner, rne dollar twelve: dollars and fiftey cents without horses twenty-five ( $25)
; agents fr typewriters five ; 2.S0 and fac- dollars s, nd fif'j cents ( $1.50) ; each photo-I ( U : carriage wagon ; dog r pony shows charging
. ( $5)>> dollars; agents for building and permanently located two rie! including repairing one dol- twenty-five: cents or less admlssi1 nand I' for suspension from office. t .
loan associations local, five ($5) dollars and, fifty cents $2.50)) ; each :ur and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; carriage mine no ether animal and giving Sec. S. Any person or persons
dollars; agents for building and loan 'irm or corporal! n, or association,
Itinerant, five ( $5) p'jKMsltories. not connected with fact ; / no other kind of performance'l
')l1ot() rapher.
associations. foreign one hundred dollars each selling any patent C1rlt'-. five ( $5) dollars; cold Stor- the ( $5): dollars; hat ball carry on or conduct ear
(UOO dollars agents tr claims : person bisin.>", occupation or profession for
; right to sell patent u ge plants not connected with ice twenty-five cents admission fifteen,,
and collection, not taxed as bankersor right. twelve or any dollars and fifty cents factories for profit, five ( $5) dollars. n 15> dollar which a license is required by this
lawyers five ( J5) dollars; agents rights Concert halls, pleasure parks or Skating rinks. b'cycle! rinks or ordinance without first obtaining

for clothiers or dealers not taxed as ( $12.50): .street doctor or dentist, or roof gardens dance halls, 'bere''urlf'ly bowline alleys, five ($3) dollar: I such license, shall, except Ja sucharcs
merchants, fife ( $5) dollars: agents Every r4 as are otherwise provided bv
I Itinerant vendor of any drug, \ performances, musical or street sh -ws. performances or
for monuments and tomb-it nes. I my appliance of any kind Intended otherwise are given or where females carnivals for each tent or other ordinance, upon conviction by the
fi local two dollars and fifty cents ointment for or the treatment of any disease are employed as waiters structure and for each day tw-) dollars )- Mayor. be punished by a fee of not
U2.50) ; agents for monuments and I or'lnJury deformity, by any twentj-flve ( $25) dollars. and fifty cents $2.50): ; all small more than five hundred dollars 'or
tomb-stones, traveling seven dollars or manipulation or Electric p-twer plants companies, shows other than circuses theatrical imprisonment D'.t more than ninety
and fifty cents ( 7.50 ; each agentor drug, nostrum exped'ent.! or shall pay a license firms or corporations with capital or vaudeville given under a tent two days ,or by both such fina aad Im-
member of agencies for real estate. otter twenty-five ( $25) dollars.Undertaker lock of two hundred thousand dol- dollars and fifty cents ( $2.30). nrl onm n' in the dl cre'I' n of the
Including renting and rent c llecting, tax o? not embalmers lara or n1"re. one hundred dollars. Soda water or mineral water f Ul)- >!:I.\'Or. The payment of all license
fire <(< $5) dollars; agents for tafes, for and fifty tents Leas than $200,000 and more than I talns. not connected with other buiness. tux may be enforced by the se'iure!
tale or exchange, twelve dollar and welve dollars: and embalmers $100.000. $50; ; less than $100.000 I five ( $5) dollars.Telephone and: sale of the property by the Collect -
fifty cents ( $13.50)\ ; agents for sewing ( $1.50undE'rtakers: dollars and fifty and more than $50.000. $25; less than i system, with 100 instruments r. It shall be the duty of tu
machine, five $5) dollars: thirty-seven owned Tat Collector: to rt'portothe Mayor
watch makers and $50.000 and more than $25.009, or more by ant person
agents for steamships or steamboats 'ents $3750)of Jewelry: two dollars and $1 2.0:; : less than :23,000:; and more firm corporation or company all violations of the provisions of thin
twelve dollars and fifty cents repairers than $10.000. $7.50; lews than $t0.- tad operated In said city for profit ordinance. The City 'Council shall
<(< $1:.SO) ; agents for sailing vessels fifty( cents ( $2.50) or agents oft 000. $3.75: provided that electric I shall pay to the fits a license tax of furnish to the Tax Collector all
five ( $5) dollars; analytical chemists Tho owners, managers enumerated In- light plants furnishing: both power I six and one-quarter cents (6 0 for blanks necessary to enable him to t
i five ( $5) dollars; persons firms or .u h of the establishments following appliances and lights shall be required to pay I eath Instrument or 'phone Installed carry nut the provif ions Of this ordin ;;.S-

corporations operating amusement s'ltutlons. of onlv one license. provided! such licence shall n'-t exceed' ance. .
parks with merry-go-rounds roller .rid apparatus for the transaction Express companies doing business I In total amount the sum of one hundred Sec. 9. That all Ordinances and

t coasters, and other amusement places I bu-iness or the: entertainment for or profit accommodation 'n the State of Florida and having an ( $HI'I)) dollars.Theater I parts of nlinance'lD conflicfwith the ....

and devices usually found therein, of the public tax set office in the City of Live Oak. shall building: fitted with seen-i: provisions of' this ordinance be and ..
license op-
Ucnty-five ( $25) dollars :architects. hall pay the city av a license tax of twenty-five pry and kept for theatrical and other the satuo. are hereby .repealed.Sec. -,
five ( $5) dollars; brokers dealing In poitte their respective Schedule designations TV beh.'w or. ( $:!5> d liars. Any express' company I exhibitions! twenty-five ( $23): dollars 10. Tbat'till.. ordinance fItpf-
b cds and stock twelve dollars and definitions in violating: the provisions of this I : theatrical shows or traveling j shall become effective on" fend after

fifty cents ( $12.50); brokers deal- to-wlt: not'ordinance and any person ho knowingly players and minstrels other than the first day of October A. .I). 1647.
Ing In futures fifty ( $50) dollars: Makers, other than steam acts a* agent for such company I tho ,se taxed as circuses! for each performance Passed at regular meeting+ ,of the
7t brokers dealing In insurance five otherwise taxed a? merchant.one before it has paid the above licen- seven dollars and fifty City C.Council; this loth day t.f. Sep ,
dollar and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; bakers tember. .\. 1). '1907. .
($5) dollars; brokers dealing in land taxed as tax. shall upon convictl therefor ,.nlll $750 : provided,
and land options five ( $5): dollars; steam not otherwise bootblacks before the Mayor of said City be .nagors of theaters or balls employ- j, CUAS. 1L BROWN.PE'tIldt'nt ,
I brokers dealing; in merchandise, the merchants fie ( $5) dollars; punished by a fine not more than one
( $5) dollars; chiropodists five ( $5) one dollar. firms or hundred dollars, or by imprisonment oillraUe or minstrel, giving performances Attest: S..I*. MAYS, City Clerk
d d- Banka. bankers pers'-ns. than three in building fitted for uch I, S. MaysCity Clerk of
r dollars; civil engineers five ( $5) < for a period of n )t more up
lars; each clairvoyant palmist or brokers doing a banking business.Nether months or by both such fine! and Im- *>trpobe. shall be allowed to give a* City; of Live Oak, Florida do heby ,
with a
fortune teller for pay. fifty ($50) \\ incorporated or not. pr5sonmeut! at the discretion of the many performances la such building; certlfly that the foregoing! Ordln
dollars; commissioners of deeds of capUal! stock of five: hundred hundred thousand Ma>or. Foundries, not connected withachine or theater as they wish on payment a nee No. 63 was-regularly passed b

otter states, two dollars and fifty dollars or over one shops fire ( $5):>> (dollar; of a license tax to the city of twenty- tbe City Count!! O'q.tile 10th day 0,

cents ( $2.50): ; commission merchants dollars. lesstban i.n factories, including cold storage! five ( $25) dollars per annum and, Sept mkr. A. O. 1907, and the aaIs
five ( $5) dollars; dealers in laws than $500.000 and not olants connected therewith, and the provided that this section shall not hereby certified 'to the Mayor<
: ;
$230,000. $75; less than $250- wholesale and retail to cal amateur performances. his approval.- ...
cash registers or cash carriers ten $23: right to sell at apply I'
j ($10) dollars; dealers in cigars or 000 and not less than 100000.not less than; with a capacity of ten tons per day Provided further that this section Witness my hand and
tobacco who pay no other license less than $100,000 and $50.000 'or less five ( $5) dollars; ten to "hall not apply to any hall owned or seal of the said City. M.'.
tax. two dollars and fifty cents $50.000, $12.50; less than 'wenty tons per day. seven dollars U1'.H! by any charitable or fraternal 4 s.-an 10th day of September. ".
( $2.50) ; dealers In curios two d d- and not less than $10.000, $7.50.other and: fifty cents ($7.50): twenty tthlrtv organization. D. 1907. 8. P. MATS, '
lars and fifty cents ( $2.50) : dealers ] Every Incorporated bank, or tons per day. twelve dollars Traveling picture or book agents City CleiK*
In dynamite twenty-five ( $25) dol- bank and every person firm or where company I and fifty cents ( $12.50) ; thirty to d'lng business in said city shall pay Examined and approved by me .

lars: dealers in fresh meats pocked having a place for of the business deposits or s'xty! tons per day wsnty-ive ($23) a license tax of ( $5) dollars; provided 12th day of. September.. A. D. 11
or rvfrlgerarated at wholesale when ertdlta are opened that agents' .ttI sale of J. D. JOHNSON
sot connected with aa ice factory, eollacUoai l( of money or currency sub 'dollar

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"UYtOAK DAILY DEMOCRAT Ail.Iaw-a'a'ilsg; men deplore lynch', York World. Tie World says .. _, .... ,a.t.f .
,:g as at fear al evil which strikes kt 'Sixty-five arrests are made for these 'I:
aod dots murders. Thirty-three alleged murderers f
Published every Afternoon the very roots of civiliation
Except Sunday. Immeasarabl.more: harm 9"n goal, are brought to trial. Twenty >MAT
result. Two of the con- !
:C q ICh even when a g'i.Ky can wfco deserves I unit

creak:, tsVl en EtruncXi p by th mob.Eat vlcxed men are sentenced to death. I Prompt Service
CUAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and M' T.Kntercd what grecileMapntive to lyncl-I Three other* receive rffe sentences.A ron

ing could there bo/thjhwhe reprieveof murderer i i\ New York City stands J Liqeral Treatment

at tire Postoffice. Lire Oak. fiend afte had i chance of oae Intone hundred of I I
a negro raM
.... aa-
Florida., as Second Class Mall latter pedtalt/ his crime. In Absolute
been fairly triaft. his guilt fully, proved escaping the : of Safety.
1i. November 7. DOS. twenty-flWyears of the nine- I ; \
and te rVd: had the full benefitof the first AC

every rejneiy and resource: which tdenth century tbAe were only two ---4 .* .*.' J

THE LifE OAK PUBLISHING CO HP ANY. the law provides! unsolved murdeycasts In New York

f /rom 1900 /o fbe present day there W

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be Gainesville Is universally conceded have been o\e/300 unslved* murder I I Patrons of this i bank speak : .. .

mailed to any part of the United by the traveling public to be" the best. caC I s to New York City.

i. States per" year pastage; U.5for prepaid six for months J5.UO: interior town\\In the Ste..-Gainesville -. newspaper In the Stale rNo has j 1 in the highest terms of \J C
Sun. "
$1.25 for three months, or 60 cents \
for five weeks in advance. Delivered The travelin pu c toss the same been found to siy a word in defence t accomodations they re- 'fi J, r\

to any part of the city by bouquets in la's lap.- Ocala of the Governor/in reprieving the negro ..J
ceive here. ,'\I ,
i carrier for 10 cents per week. Banner. rape fiend I under sentence of j' : : : : i )

,'- The traveJln pu Ic! must be wta death in Jacksonville, and who was toted A ..'

A mighty fine old'Confederate teti fixed with bo/quota\ or it tosses ave been exe last Friday. The t ttD --- ... _i ,,i tr. HH.
i J oran was' honored when General them profusely In the lao of Live Oak mperate andy -

''I J wftfl was elected Mayor of Orlando and says sh/ is the nonpareil of the on the sub- O*

X "'the other day. interior elt /s. reprieve of a I FIRST NATIONAL BANK t the city

Again the rumor gets into the press The Knot boom for the Pr:4: T ency' th in Duval ,

that: Governor Droward will bea', .can- seems to be doing very poorly these surable. The :1 yesrt m,
idldate tor the United States Senate da>s. It Is even said that it was case was apurt :

J oe Kyear. We begin to suspect thatxuiere never Int. dad fo/ anything but a the sene ti I K, P

is something, In It. .- blind TI ., }'h/ladelphla'. Public pardoning Live.Dak, Florida. TaU.hiJ

.. ,. :., }:edger saya"Senator fit b ere or comd J < I
\\y Pens, !\ nJL la ma1dfJg'great preparations lu o. s candidacy for the m have been I JimVISIT
to cordial welcome and : I ,
give a republican non'/atlon for Presidentis vernor gave j j JIR

generous entertainment to the United not taken seAoubly, either by the days. It is l 1'w 7

Confederate Veterans of Florida who party leaders yh\ are booming him t makes for JJt. / M,*

Tuet In- annual reunion there. On the on every occur*m or by the independents [ impatiencejustice -;'-- ->$--a-' '-!.'-,s' -fri $-u"- v-t-t-H a KIA'"
4 of this month. The old soldier who wM and --- - -- ---- ---------
who falls to go will miss a good movement in the statX to elect delegates rude Justice )0: '

Thing. in the interest 0( President x "
Roosevelt's DOW LI NO PARK! :

The Putfa Cord Herald and the choice.- /
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Lire Oak Democrat eem to hare The Alabama legislature is to assemble -WAT OO'AH UPON THE SU* NSFt! RiVER/ '",..
EPISCOPAL-The// regular church
formed sonYeihlnf'of
a mutual admiration
socIeS But-they are both { In extra session early next service was read brf B.V.. Helven- Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages;
month, and one fd the si cified subjects absence/of
papers of tWstribUy firat-clasa and scan, in the the rector. .r+
with wbi/ it '8 to dt'1t1 t the HOT AND COLD UTHSUNSURPASSED. '. OCDTAiL.E. GOOD BEOS. ftUNNI
Sunday school veil attended.
have more/ dmlrera thqn that of one reform of the c'lr f nal law In the WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILUARD TA3LES, TELEGRAPH AND \ "r
tot the /other. LeesburX. Commer METHODIST- a pastor gate
\ matter of drat tag nevtf tr'alA! SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.(TC
cial. two *-\cellent etrnums-preaching al
statute will be urol, e, 11 re ( RATES. REASONABLE LFSCOOECTIOnATL1YE0AIdwiHAtLPtA4NADa
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that bath tuornuig and eyening hours. At j -- -
fuso a r.ow n sal upon :1

I Governor Uroward ha/ appointed ,>pr.>!Jy te,'hni, :1\ rounds ant unit! 'he>m \ruing the chore service member he stressed to atteti'i t'?.ol'it t _;S PflRK HOTEL DOW IhG P1 ftKV. FLORIDA\ UVCO.KI
I arris. of tb& Ocala Danner
for ,
masons poouestlon In dire ly to tLe
as a dole ate to represent Florida at the yogi 'ar serf/ce of his thurc'i .t -I--tt'- ... & l-IIII Ji -- -
of gin or nnocence wilt H Htti*+ U III ; I MMItt\
Brother yutill fas been giving ha
Confereocey n Combinations and .
such trial be gr ed. Here is .
Trusts to by old in Chicago Oct. great reform atStates st In sight.; Otherhoped cougreRat: ins t,. me good sermons oa

72. And twi thffia emlnenV lalhe chasm citizens closed of Flor between example, it is to Alabama( will folio'stie freely topiBAPTISTViev 3. Wambolt preac I i ABrandNewStockofDrugs | \

ed two \erj\fie
ida. .Ojfe touch of nature makes the sermons to large

whol world kin c ongregations esterday. His subject ;
\\,- thought!; that the majority of
tor the mormVg hour was: "ThereShall IN THE
only two for the prohibitioniets i In \1
Re Xo flo\e Sea and the eveu-
"Ninety cent of the
per exchanges
Orange county would btyi temptation lag .ul>j H.tfa V'Con&ider the ,.
: LilleHo
are nothing bat Now (
gamblers, and I to soon for the "w/ts" to resist, rowV | Byrd Building
think we could They etc. Rev. Warn
get along withoutthe \
TVvjill: contest tlifc election. \
other ten," shouter James Tat- bolt is a g/:ted (\ator. and his ace-
Jls; atch t tWj- there Jsays: ON HOWARD STREET. Phone \
moos jeet'frday w re highly appre 220.
an English spinner in his 'The 'ne\' and, y'thction is not
Mat .>d tJe
blt audit
t the late ce.
'IijeeC Atlanta convention f
Ot r witht..
Tpe canvas .
U ADVENl"-The Vongregation olthp
Ajca sonorous, heartfelt
eat up from every cotton"Amen grower vf t Ibe votes was ot made' >esterd.v: Ad\cnt church ha\ with them ye,- A new firm. The most carefully sdect"e

Mr. Tattersall certainly do talk to t-y IaC local c ImlHlocefS becaus- terday pJ>v. King t Jacksonville ed stock. Phone orders promptly filled. > '
of the muddh ich has taken plat .
suit us. one of tie strongest Xnd most elo- n I
It appears tt one ballot box was .
1 u-nt inviisters of theifitate. Elder I .
I ..ent In, natty up, with the tally Prescriptions :z: Carefully :a: CompoundedJ";.
It's cold this morning & reaVwlntcr King ; at the mot 'ng hour o&
hcets mlssh ",
and another box
day for Florida, arrived atead of cal general iopics, making some ver> .--..
'111'1 t be 10"1 anall.
The 'wets' haescrwces -- --- -
time, but this day one y ear from good poiits. and at night Vn the subject ,
-l'curf-.t HI Alexander St BrotheV Competent Druggists. Fresh Drugs |
cow we toon't be complaining of any of ecislan. King ha: I
f'1a\ r, his frtoi Jacksonville
Chill In tns atmosp re. Tho two and. a bplenald flow of lajiguagand hie We solicit your patronage., : : : : : : :-, ,
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great unkn Was wllH>6 wrestling to H: Itfls expe-tVd to e charge of their j" word pictures are very file. The --- -- __ ___ ___ _'U _ _
ttat he will seek
the Presidency, jrlth millions of congre lions listened with rtuch In- .
to !!aa th cloctiop thrown out and '
rooters makn\y( pandlmonium of *ere t tp these sermons. the Crescent
i:other one :alA lId," PharmacyOak
ibises for the! respective favoritt es.

and the wholir country will be at the The ,\
successful man is one who t Y
delegate; from England
to the
\ quadennial /bite eat which is one not only Live
reset ('otl"lconvention in Atlanta sure he is going to eat AY/or/c/a
ot the real/ikonder9\of/ the world, for but who
v as Lskod by a reporter in that city also knows when and where,
nothing to equal iTsis known anywhere
eje OB earth. what was the most wonderful thing ..... II I U II Ii r
he bad seen in America. His It It 1 .1 It II II I 111 II U II U II 1111 It

was such a beautiful repl 1 DiamondsSolitaire -- ---- --- ____ n __________ __ __ _
and impressive .... ,
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At the great convention of rural tribute to our nobi; metropolitan

mail carriers of the United States, journalism that it uak.us all Diamond Engagement I

held In Atlanta this week, thye mo.it proud: I The German Bakery

important matters advocate *ere "\\hy, you kuowea/d he. "i 10 Rings, Pins, ,

good roads and the parcel coat, eajs Washington a Journal
talked to Bracelets A BRAN
y mea Lockets and NEW INSTITUTION.
tie SL AugVstine Record. /Preside nt few minutes, and iWless than anhour ,

Lindsay sat \ that the g/od road* one of our Necklaces Cut Glass
party came
up to me | Bread Rolls Pies
Question Is l/elng rapid/ solved by and showed me a loud interview head and Cakes

the extension of the rural mall routes bad with me." \ Sterling Silver Wedding

and that parcetbost U found to come Sometimes, the big dailies get out Presents finest of and all the products of a first-clas bakery.
as It Is now being ad/orated by teat he news quicker than that.'\said the re Fresh Every Day. Courteous treatment

Baas of tVe American peop 1e. porter. lowest prices will be accorded all. Your patronage solicited

an indication Vf ttre growth of the "Yes, but blast me, ther.'aso't .

rural mall deliverV srctem. the Pre sl- Cmlog thing in the interview all

lent said J163,000OoV that dunag the past eleven 1 had said." that ExpertVatch I.I.J.[ RUBENSTEIN. Proprietor !

I ears had been app r o-

dated for the trice of which \
4 Murder has unnHMi
reached the d/m en. m tit 111 H I1I1 U II II I1III II 1II1 till 1 II
oust J5.00DOJO\had been retura- ions of an industry in \e4' -
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to the treasury. V\lso daring this City The World of that cUy. Dry Repairing wcr>>iyv..>>1 543rae b w. -- t --.,,*>->-.H- -- --

nod the carriers kad 5.
spent $7 been getting
un; some figure vc
30.000 for horses, wagons and other subject and says: i

ulfcaenL President Lindsay urge* On an average two humSrid aha ) RADPORDThe Health and Accident Insurance.

it if the.parcel post,IsVdopied. t forty murderers are comniitle-d in Anneal Sen I-Annual.Quarterly or Monthly Premium i

anues will far exceed\fo'Expense' Vew York City every year.JccJrdlnt! g Jeweler PITTS & McEVVEN, General Agents LIVE OAK, FLA. t

acted wltk'lbe new ykur. to a statement made by'' the Xew ll\f OAK. FLA I P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in North Florida. tfLIVB i 1''

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A. C. 'Wltey, of Greenville was in I The fall trade has begun in earn- } e ra." with much fidelity to bring the

.a* city TsjkrjUy.. est now, and the merchants with ads .ftor Sale I 1 price! of cotton up to ten cents per

l in fife Democrat can rest assured that pound in the seed. The Doctor

C. n, Jorda f Dowling Park, was a big share of the trade will come -. I The esteemed family of Mr. G. T.

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1:1 town )It '. their way. Patterson, one of the 'firm of G. T.
We offer at a bargain
Patterson Co., turpentine oper- Knows
for the
VQ. ivnnard, of Dowling Park, Last season six room cottage with ators here, has moved back to

fOnt Sunday in the city. from Live Oak Fla., to Quitman, Ga.. modern conveniences, on Nailor, Ga.

"TV- October 15, 1007. Train
Tuesday. south Ohio Most M. G. Patterson & Co., we learn,
J. pX/mith, of Mayo was in tbetltf will leave union shed at 7:15 a.vm. avenue.
have sold their turpentine business to B'ETTERtMn anybody
1"tr day-.. ;$1.75 fortteround trip. Two special desirable residence sectionof to do in'illness' 8ur
1. W. MilHnor & Co. We learn also
\-f Elder Kin will l/ad the prajermeeting the city. If you are .
Mr. M. G. Patterson has suspendedhis often knows how to
A Silver o\/lton. was regis reJ } at tire Advent church Tuesday prevent
& \ contemplating purchasinga tie business, and is only rnnnins J 8 Ill; little troubles from develop-
at tie Ethel y erday.ti. night andXwili also preach next ing into serious affairs.
home in Live Oak come turpentine business.Mr. .
wiWvisit I
Sunday. lIe Dowling Park
Gaot/r, of TallabasS. p, was it the latter part cfKthe week. up to our office and let and Mrs. Jas Page's 'new arrival |i I ur does not have to guess and
is a pretty young girl and now 11C experiment he is a good
the city jtfbtfday. <4 us show you this place. all is joy and work combined keepingthe I doctor and knows his business.

E. A. lilts, of uraville, one of Su- I
L' went little one contented.
Lake City
I \ al. Lovier Wan tee's olde and most energetic IT'C A LOTS better to see Ibe
visit his family.F. Elder O. T. Mattox. evangelist and 11 J doctor and bring
r yeatenlay atize ain the city early this
I I mw [ lW CO. president of the South Georgia and your prescriptions here.
r or ng th a bale of cotton forQuite
r. 1Vo /ward spent, Sunday in ml et. Florida conference of the r Second Advent I

I Tallahassee/ltth his. family. _-- Christian chutcn, announces I --

Lewin Building Room 3. that he will preach / on the It
a purnlter/ol our country ,
Jim Peavy went to Madison this second Saturday night at 7/30 o'clock t SuwanneeDrug
) friends are \n today, some trading. *
I I o Qf on business. I some bringing lof cotton. and others I Phone No. 44. in October at tb /chapel.j'Let everr:

Y -, body come thay can and bear Bro.
here to attendee term of Criminal
furs MaudeYrajlor. of Mayo, was --- O. T .Mattox. He is no stranger Mid
court, which convened today. JUST RECEIVED; AT Company
of theVthel yesterday. will be like -
a trot you most ;. edified .and

THE BON TON gratified to /bear fhe wondrous !
\ / Jimmie h tig, accompanied; by his I
1 t:. L )'f9ttby went down to Pine 1 truths he will/place b/fore >t>unurlns "" '"II"" ,, :;
friend, Mr. tarp, A>oth of Columbia, New line Yoil skirts. 1
j M4. nt tby morning on business. J the meeting.The "
; S. C., wereLitors in the city Saturday New line latest shaped c4sets.
Aj colored
and Sundlv.r Mr. King was with New line silk, lace, dress trimmings in Baptist association I
i the Hearst
W. Hull, of
convened here ast week, and
[! he Suwannee /rug Company for braid lace wands, applique, dress many Ii i
t. u la the city today trading. goods. were in attendame. I
1 jL I some time and made many frienJs -
Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. Mrs. Wright, of Jacksou>*'rTe,
t I' l-anler, of Rossburg. was ] who were very glad to see him again.
j1. MRS. C. W. BACHE Prop. spent some two or t .rt"r weeks BLANKBOOKS
the ,I.ltorsln town this morn- --- ,
so g ]
her moth rfMrs. Johnson, r
SALE-I havetea
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I } French l ate mirrors, odds ndnd s turned hwriervcently. \I
i was left a!wit tw v nly a short time Messrs. G. W. Dempsey J. T. --
1 |l. Falrelork and wife, of Harris,, of made toVn der goods sm tf" T/ie services ill he Tippett, J .C. Hilton \\'. H. Holland, '
I 1* ..vr sue ts of the Ethel yes bell at less tharNfapfbry cua for the afteimooi
j held thls I
at Pine Grove school
glass alone. StrtWNsHl measure 2Ox M A. Clayton J. P. Page T. A. Hoi- $up-
j Lrday !I jemeterr bj itev. $. T. Rape of Well land and many others were here last
60 inches, fith Hs-im?> bevel, and : plies inks
i! pen, paper,
I horn, and tluiinerment will be ia Saturday, shopping.
1t't' J M. Hall, vfie autloneer, went t as smrjt'as 12x20 inches. ;Vt r. A! /
t't the Fife G oveemetery. Mr. Pot* Miss Minnie Tyson closed hr''1! etc. '
Ktbite t a morning on busi C sin's Garage. All are framed damerWt
!j out a'er" beautifulfs'nKet school at Peacock, and now accepts j
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a.as. j Books cf th: t ndJrd
.tJ1.I'i tnort1lug.ii .t4," -lR-th., 4)ow)4ng-iark school 1
Ur. Goldstein on aroun1"MI,
\ Wader, stenographer of business "H." I A uthors: Musical Instruments -
I Miss Ann has decided to remain in
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"'ulmoul It Items. --
IW KoUrtonxvSniall, came in this our city until WedneMla evening I
I His };nery y, and supplies.!
awning from/ :e City. Octobpr 16th. Don't fail, if jour The new cotton gin erected by W. I
}'atlkc'r (o stjtfdent )-ufjt my boy
eyes are giving )OU trouble, or jou J. Green is ,
tyftw- n Lrl.r. ready to begin
J' posseswPS pie, v of doesn'the ---
en'jrgy I
s. A. Faker two sons, of In-
I are in need of a good hair of gla>f*.>s ginning. Ue wiu alj be ready to ?

1 twaws, are ainjmg the visitors! to the to see Dr. Goldstein before it is too grind lOU corn /n a host time. Cot PresideiV X'es I :
T College sir in
\ rUr today.f I v._'_ late. For his reputation is such ihiwe ton is opening {1st aid picking is tin direction In of;the oar attraction :

j'C 7J' do not hesitate to recommend him orrupati/n of/all row. of gravitatinexerts consetjoence wh t fll.. EUflX t K & HW8 CO.

T. AnWy/came up from Brooks to the public. Eyes t'xahllnt'drrc'e. J. W. Holon a model farmer, we call *scientiftr/lly, \ potential ,

,,IH. Saturda/Suid spent )'eslerda y O fce. Ohio House. 2t but be/is nly one in.. perhaps fifty of1 ,187poundsX f
Jth relativ/3. ____ l' energy Chicago ,
to be (oinid here: XHe has gatheredabout Tribune. '1 4'I

The sail intelligojice was received 500 Kjjdfjela corn, will make +I C f TOOK Maiu* :r

JAT. pastor of the here thi/ moaiing/l of the death ot 300 n ti0wne'
Ffold bushpKsweet potatoes fattening: Man has tai h'ln anything be has I II
Pmlyteriaa )( arch, left for a few- Lillian, Ahe s'ye r-old daughter of 75 headflne hogs, besides will make never tried to reason out.

dan' trip to/Atxher: this morning. Mrs. W. T. Poutfher. of Mt Oliveneig'hWrhoya. two bales long cotton, all with three; ..

VjPhisi i doubly sad horses. He is no cotton raiser either \\'hen a horse tops suddenly in the : -;- --

c. C. cVwk. proprietor of the Florida bereaveftumt.fov
Book tVXes Co.. has returned ds the c..u .....d tesals 1u..
trva t ten dajrUusiness trip to Wen -- .
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1 Mkb Wynnt.oular, salesman" J BETTER.60CDS FOR SAME II 0 lET. Eiiiporiurri Store NCWS- SAllE 6300S FOR LESS IIORly,1

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aththe Use Oak iMg. Company, was" u -- -------- _I. ________ = -=.. -
Mortal rick jrstfroay, but is .a.b'e. .MONDAY. OCTOitERU. 1907. L :\. H; UVAUD, inviirlrtor. 't PHONE:). FREE DELIVERY ii
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ladit'lf. New shipment of ladies I II
I'.. ( -- ripen. Chiffon Panama,

WI- art Mr. ,\. D. Hemming went T'i. co.it". only one of a kind in t'a1 ; : jail i colt.... il.c new shades of :I o
I better numbers. '
l is Hto|. Intrrday to visit theirs / -V" J ; r '. .. I M e. grey and black. ...
;[ J Ha'n coatI from $5 to u;). j f. '. own.1
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Mrs. Frost a.nd Mrs. ( 1 I Snappy line of cloths for
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inch broadcloth and Kersey ,
; 'J. I a. ( dneti .
tbaot y ; ,. i mU V skirts and boys' pants
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/ _y t etNI.tsln.llcolors, $6to |30. ,: : aDd suits. -. > .t'.
\ 1 ('ur |li> and 112 numbers are I !tMZ. 1
*** luWtvrnt to West Lake /l"l".a"i, S"* th kmolJll1'gOOd.:: some short
I .I.-ciall good. : t' .
*...* !**e mo ins to do some ma- / length came in with the mill I tnd,
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*** west at t..- West Lumber Com- \ .]; extra god values at 1:> cents.
'"V. P4M I 1 1- IIO"l'JlU.'O.TS.; i. + Dig stock of outings small stripe

r .IF J: .t "1 We have a email line of bbn'., i i 1 lit aa4 solid colors, lOc and 12c.

M "...,a). tra..IIDf salesman -l. 1 j I overeats, 4 to 12 years lei. i ,_ __ .
*.* the iii'I\ SUTN.
Biscuit Company, II'l' $3.50 up.
k S
} taw.a UUtt Mslat for a few dajsa r r- Have jo decided jet about the

..*... '/ .. i ,:.J\ f t j writ? Nothing to gain by waiting.Now .
is the time to make jour selec

Mot tb.tP j'blf'; ) block is be 'Il :/,m 4 -- ,.\"., .. 1 Did you sleep warm last night [. J v I ;'I Liens .

*** ...*.4 ,.cr jr Mly now and the ',:::;:;--;'"'' Let us show you some good values ,! OI'ES.r GOOUS. i V/e noticed quite a ?tw new suits !
*** **H., H If. Ins tine headway in blankets, 75c to $5.00 a pair. oat vwterdar This will be'a busy
tf. Wftcia If )'OU expect to buy materials for1' week!' in gar suit department. Before
tit l'I.CI.\h.-
never stops inruran
Comforts, $1.:5 up. $3.50 for
$r Oak I a nke skirt or suit you will fiad we ; jotf Had off joar mall order, come la
the best down comforts.
-- Everything point i ti a c )!d I. have the largest and best stock to :, and see what we have to offer. If .

.. t.a..n.k' \' winter. We mu.-t twgin to make' stlect from, and will let )ou be th nothing in stock suits, we will lie !;
Reunion.r .
.'. < Ua bees received from the our preparatiom :'ia- chIlJ.a I SILK U.VDEUSKIKTS.Black I judge as to prkes. We sell 4-inch i j' pleased to order a special for you..

1 mrta.l 'I tafeta petticoats at $J..!> broad cloth at 98e. Think )ou willj We guarantee all 'of
I.atral passenger agent of will all need cloak, the ones they.L, I tour altera-
u.e f I pay $1.:;; for the sage grade else-
I tfoas.
Aboard cut full and made of We Bt every customer
to 12-00. pecfeci-
Railway that, on acasst used last year are all too small] .. .
.! ice n. I where. ly. We only have one suit of a kind. I
unon at Pensacola en good heavy silk. it
and some out of style. See the ; j
36-inch brialant'nes! I
at 4St
BKU' !i worn i Think these ov" r before
SI. :2d senJ
you I
and %3d. that thi"
\1_ -U round trip tickets at $6.00 i I big line at tte Emporium, for then Percaline and "Heatberbloom"GHt( We have some beautiful dress jour good hard earned money away Ii

t-04 to return October 26th. ladies'" children's and young skins $1.25 to $3.50 in black and patterns in black tamise cloth, small never to return). it

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.. all graduates. I JMts. W. A. Whitewett. Emory Tax.
writes: "My child had chills sad tent
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Ohio Atenue and Conner StreetPreside SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

L. M.anddProprietor.. LIVE OAK, FLA. ". S.' t : Suwannee Drug Company.Now .

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is the Time to Visit the ;

Some -Eastern-statisticians figure! 1

that the population of New York City Live Oak'f' Co.

will exceed that of London within ten g. Jamestown Exposition tIT t-

years and that It will double In ,

twenty-five years. A curent magazinesays Manufacturers of

: "The present generation will

undoubtedly see In New York Few the Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.The .
world's greatest metropolis.

realize that the population of
persons Power and
New York city is already one in Turpentine. War Path, :=: Air Ship, :-: Naval Dis JJ.I .

twenty of the population of the entire Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for
United States, or that the growth of I Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. will interest and instruct you. Do m*
New York city in the century past hasbeen
Electric and fail to at once. For beautifully illustrated
five times more rapid than the power-Day night cun'ent-for manufacturing go

promth of the whole country." purposes. folder containing maps, di crip-

-- Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have tive matter, list of hotels, etc., writ to
Ise\ti itt's Kidney and Bladder Tills special I

relieve: backache, weak kidneys, and attention, and all orders promptly filled. j
Inflammation of the bladder. Sold : FRANK C. BOYLSTON
We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and
J by Live Oak Drug Co. :1
flooring. Come and get our prices.

Home is a place where you can be -, District Pass. Agent, Jack ()I1\'ilh;, IlL

comfortable if you haven't got comliny .\ Woman's Way. I The Stages.Knicker II III

visiting lOUt thing Mrs.about IunUngThere buying a really is one handsome good-I -How do you play poker'? I I j jI ATLANTIC COAST LINE

Bocker-First sit in, then I
If you take DeWitfs Kidney and and I you you j ,
expensive dress.
HUddtr 1'111.OU. will get prompt : pit it out, and then you go 'way back I !
-Mrs. Larkin-What that
is ?
relief from backache', weak kidneys. and sit down.-New York Sun. j j :
Mrs. Bunting-Why, you feel as; THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.
Inflammation of the bladder and
though you really ought to buy another j
Out of Sight.
urinary troubles. A week's treatment -
not quite so good to save jour: I !; !i"!;"!II I! !!llt"I tT>llll !I'.;ili!I"l!!;" !TTm'T?' itt I nttrm i '" I P' ljjj
"Out of sight" out of mind is
for :a cents. Sold by Lbe Oak an
Drug: Co. oct-dw I I best one -_St_, Louis_ Times i iI old saying which applies with specialforce ) I t.. I ... '-lit it-.- ". .-111I''" .It".. 1.1.,1 'I'

I to a sore, burn or wound that's I
i) \Vitt'u Carbolized'ltch Hazel
Immediately after the arrival oilKve I been treated with Bll1I.Ien'srnka I
PilK Sold by Lice Oak Drug Com-
the argument as to who ownedt:,1 ... SahtIt's out of sight, out of mind SEABOARDAirline
Fden probably began.; octdw''aited and out cf ex'stenc fibs too and I

-_. I. chilblains disappear under its healing
\\ Too Long.
Take something now and then to influence. Guaranteed by Barclay &
r help the stomach. Kodol will do this. He---Do you know I hadn't bn Groover druggists.; 25c. oct-dvt I Railway.

It is combination speaking to the johnny more than fiiv
I } a of natural dige+stf -

f ants and vegetable; acids and con nsiautes Sbw when be called HH an idiot No woman ever died really happy.t i'' ,4iMcaure Savannan, Columbia, Camden, Southern Fine?,

tales tie same Juke found in a lica- t bored-Wby the d..l3y'- she has no way of learning 1! ? Richmond
ehi... Raleigh, Washirgton, Baltimore
thy stomach. It Is p4"tCaDt! to Uke. what ht>epitaph will say. I
II Philadelphia and New York.
It digests what you eat. Sold by Uv I:
Oak Drug Co. oct-dw >> I e\\itfs Carbonized Witch Hazel Notice to Our Customer. i iWe i'
I' ,Sahe U good for little burns and big "?
Working-Up-- llusinx.- 1' burns, small scratches or bruises and are pleased to announce that jKoloj's j : TWO\ ELEGflNT\ TRfllNS\ DfllLY
Honey and Tar for coughs :
"Markley's doctor advised him togo WK: ooe Said by Live Oak Dru;
in for motoring." Com|aB>. oct-dw* told'and lung troubles is not atfcl-: i : Seaboard Express Seaboard I Mail
ed b> the National Pure Food and
I 'Why. there wasn't anything the --- Drug law as it contains no opiates orother { :
matter with Markley." The tragedy of extetenre is sot in
harmful drugs and we recommend ,
"I know ; but his doctor's specialtyIs bavfftg to de! so wack as in the necMty -s-
of tag it as a safe remedy for children :> Modern : Pullman : Equipment
surgery. -Philadelphia Pres !fro\\ up.
and adults. City PharI!
- --
raaey oct-dw -
IIU Itoir Old Mother. No home is nt" pleasant, regard- :

'My dear old mother, who b no. :t"> of the comforts that money ui'.lha I I The Jamestown Exposition I.ine
One advantage; in having children''
..." j-three )Pars old. thrive CHE'ectrlc > as when the entire family t* InH I
is that they help lOU make an unwelcome
: Bitteri." writesV, n. Urea- orient b aUh, .\ bottle of Orl.o INORROLK, VA.
: caller anxious to leave.A :
len, of Dublin, Ga. Sbe has taken Laxative Frvlt Syrup costs $0 rents
H will Excursion Tickets on -1. Dutly
cure (1B'm!
them for about two years and enjoys : of the l"dn
naltta.'l \ -
an excellent! appetite. feels strong and fawily of con UpatJa sick bad.rte j
'. or Momarli t..W On nu h.ren.l\"e citizen is fre- For full information and Sleeper! d i
Urfp well. That's the Elec- City Fharm3f rw rvatl'*'' '
way quently made U that apparently useless -! j of Seaboard, or write,
Uie Hitters affect the aged; and the > oct-dw little !
tub called the "appendix. i S. C. DOYLSTON, JR.. "
ASM. Genl. '
tan happy results follow in all cases '-- It's *"" \1:" J- "
generally the result of protracted
of female weaknej.8 and general d*- 'hllo the lilanir. constipation following liver torpor. I -,, ---

WntyV ak, puny children too, are Mother-WillieTit's Dr.
very naughtyof King's few Life Pills regulate I -- ------- -- -- --
r greatly strengthened by them. Guarantr you to do that when jour grandmother the liver, Have
prevent appendicitis, auievtablish you anything to sell? Do you want *
.* regular habits of the bow@ls.1 j| Have you "lost" or "found" anythoa
Vtlaejr troubles by Barclay & Groover Willie-Well, she began it She :ic at Barclay & Gro ver drug I.tore.

dnuclfti. LOc oct-dw* told me not to do it Brooklyn Life oct-dw [ An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your demta's. 11 J Ja Jd <


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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1607. !OXU.\\'. MTODKK II, 1907.iProofSs .
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::4t' Sn TjheCompariaon yond case Foley's of medical kidney Kidney trouble aid.Cure that will City is cure not Pharmacy any be-- Live Oak, Perry &: Gulf R. R. Co.


The Mineral Springs RouteWUTBOCND .
Marriage is a mighty good schoolin
-- -- --
_t which to take a course in diplomacy __ EASTBOCIPAt
A 11'MO41clr .
az.Sr 2x4 clan filar CLASS SCIIEUt'LE lIUTCUII Sal a..

Frt Pnj) 1':1': l:E('M V E E rt Fit
I r A Card. and and Pais 1 Pass I Pass Pass Paso i. 1H, 1907MATlONs I IFas. Faun Fass'Pau.'Faa.' I ''F rd :
Pax. Pax -- I I'asar::: r .
This is to certify that all druggists 3 711' I 9 5113 ,2 12 1416L .l4'' I -

I are authorized to refund your moneyit A'MIA.M A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M, :A.M A.M P.M.P.M P.M.P.MP.M-=

Foley's Honey and Tar falls to Pail!ex Sun Sun Sun D ox Sun Des D. Sun Sua Sun I D.i" e.
Sunday 1 only only only Sun only Sun Qn ."Iy only only' SaaaiayIv.
cure your cough or cold. It stops Lve, Lve ye Lve Lve Lve .1; Ar Ar Ar "A;. lor _
I the cough heals: the lungs and .
prevents ; 7 4511 10{ 8 40---; ;; S Live Oak-.. ..... 10 11 Ss' twl7i a
t serious results from a cold. : 8 05 11 30 s 5s 11 0 21' 5 18 SUITMercer_. .... .... se s. 11 3o S1"4% 0t'1lS .
zA I' 8101135 1 9 t2 l l 2 i2 b ....... ... 1101 11 25 II 371 J M 0 ,
Cures la grippe cough and prevents a 15 l l 401 11 n 2 2 b ?,. Plate...... Y' 11 22 150 $343O' 6s U
3011 s 1 11 4S 23' b : 1. .....LancmcterDowhDK ...... ,471i1: S 42 151135'1.
pneumonia and consamption. Contains i iI { I 1M
I 9001225 9' 11 &i 4000 $40 535 Park .. '
no opiate, The genuine is ina i 11 06 2 1 3 515315 740
I. 505,1230 92-I202 404 5 49 S +l ----_,Chi cev ... 10 '4 1 S 2 Oej: I. 1l.920L'33 :
yellow package. Refuse substitutes. 9 :i 9I21 54.5j.Mayo Junction
10 So 2 51*' 8001001"
Particular people whose pride and name and 52o 9 si 4 1 6 On Day 52911(7 51' 256,
City Pharmacy. ...
9 36 e4 7 4 6 1 -- Silo 9 1 19 ill 5 OR 4R
oct-dw.1 9 4+) 9 .4 4 25 6 1 .Townnend.Smith .t- 9 10 32 5 Ol : 40'la
into their have 0i ... .. ..
In product stationery 14
ftU goes 4 4; R 21 :- S 4710 14 4 11 2 23,
If the world cannot beat 1. 2'- 10 2 5 gl 6 4i; Fenhul.way R 29 9 56 4 21 Z 07.
Bond of for I l0 +'i ,10-4s 3 17 70! -Fem810 91' ii 1100
pfffared Coupon [irrespective price it will turn around and bail you asa 1. rb, 11 '5, b 3 7 1 Namr'.m Ss.rinea. S 06 30 ___ 00_---L _o

[ over fifteen years. genius. !!i MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.

1 R- ,
of but the old slow I ,I'.M_ P.M P.M P.\t P.M
Not the cheapening hurry today careful I Ler.t We- LyeLve 1 Lye i Ar Ar
rmthocU that make for firmness and mi I II -i 12 1 ttl i : S tS .... Mayo Junction. S 156
| per nance are forget-Baby is restless can't slep at 09
-- -f -- --- -- -- i -- -
.' p11 rar cal Its beau- ,12 tl 12 %Vi 55Ji .. ....... Pell........ P'i T Z .
uud In nuking fU) pb) rID) night, won't eat. cries ,
lIill spasmodically.A
I : i ,,12 12 25. 6 02 ........ _1'04.111I'.......... 1 44 Z
bful color and texture its remarkable! toughness and erac- bottle ofhlie's Cream Vermifuge ; 1 01 ,t235:-.--. Ii ...... ..M.).............. 'l3!, 2 ZU 1

taf qmlit'cs nuke it only a distinctive paper-but the deluxe I never fails to cure Every mother I i -t"'iSI-:P.M A.M r.M;;,P.M P.M m P.M.... _,........ .. A.MA.MP.MP.MP.MP.MP31 T t 1.AM 1

and Incomparable paper for all business correspondent should give her baby White's Cream D ;;';;; Sun ;;;;;;;;T-1; -- D exlSun Fun Isult Sun D.1 D... r
Write your letters so that they will compel a read- I Vermifuge. So many times when Sun Only Only Sun only Only Sun

tA -wMe them on ; the baby is pale and fretful, the 3 i ; 5 1 2 FF : :

: mother does not know what to do. I

CJ !J [ ) @ [NJ IID@ [Q) V bottle of this medicine would bring ,' s Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and
i color to his cheeks and laughter to Atlantic Coast Line. For further information as to schedules and connections

I his ejes Give it a trial. Sold byI call on any ticket agent.

to strengthen their appeal ando reflect the standing I Suwanne Drug Co. oct-dw J. LKE: ENSIGN: President. R. P. IIOPKINSTratlle alanager.FLORIDA .

of jrour hou*? ,. .,/. "j\0 fS/ffil/ (Ml[Rcos snomorvthan i -- __' __ h __
*1UllP\JU\J: l vy/u\JlB'' other
: I The smaller the fish that is caughthe RAILWAY
l UinJ -bat other bond will .
fjr> pipJH no poper serve I larger the one that managed tu --
a. well-
jrat I get away Time Table No. 20

1p. s'' .) 4D atcr': American Writing Paper Co. I II Effect SUNDAY JUNE 30. at 12:01 A. M. 1907.
...- ....... ..... I Napoleon Bonaparte Taking ,

s.1.m...r .a_4a 4...w._p #.V eI pra.-I.nM-*.I be i I I I.arjj -!.t Manufacturer of the ('OlD- i showed at the battle of Austerllts, SUPERSEDES. ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE

:::. -;:::::= f mrrtbl 1'aprr in the World. -- --
: ::
:: .. tie was the greatest Leader in the: BEAD DOWN. CENTRAL TW1S. &AD 1su. 'rI
t ; 29 Mills. HOLYOKE MASS.tltQtS3iO -------.--
___; Liniment has .
i world. Dallard's Snow 3 I Ia L. 1 .t i > *
lIindr..t Mail INS j' lanaiDail
stcfwn the public it is the best Liniment and I- :iTA nUN:'. 1 ... rrw..
-- I I Ex mm. t-apre.a tv..Ij ran.wI.v
0I in the world. A quick cure for I : ha'I !. i D ily ir. ..

:(At. CARDS.M. Rheumatism. Sprains. Burns. Cuts, 00 a mi 13upm'L...... li..O.k.. ._. ... .__. '. twiSMr'a;
I LATEST, NEW, ORIGINAL C. Odessa.. La.. 7 t11 a 1111{ 4 U pm' ........__,. ..,...,..., ,...'.(oI.f..r._........_.. -...._..... .. L.. JIt 3P a o.I. .. p ..
etc. A Pitts.
says'"I T 40 a M, t 5W pm L..._._.._ _.....-r.._. _..._._._L.Ia{ ZO a w 4 .4.. 'w
.. ..._ ,..... .. _...... .. .
Dallard'a Snow Liniment in 'lliot a ml 5 III' r m 1. f{>t. _.Lv.:10 10 a a.,4 M n.t
Picture use my 5 l' m'Ar.'; ...Wilrrarth ....._. .. ... ._.._.Lv.'p ... 4 'tl
a m r a sn r w
.. ............ ........ .. ;
t> family and find it unexcelled for sore 1 v. Wlm.rth .Ar. a
L. :: :: : :::1 : :; :::: L.Suwann.: : .e)tl..l..: : :: a :j: : ::
chest headache, corns, in fact foranjth'ng It U a m.! 5 at II m 1...............__ _......f"f'I".ood...... .................._._I..I' 4b a lit s a. s..
Any View, Anywhere 25 Ar._.... ..... ...M.yo. . ? 3
; that can be reached by i .i '5 : :: : 4o 44 p en'm L : Mayo...::..: :: : : :::::::::::=:.Ar.l ; 17 a :I 1 :': :
Made to Order For ,, II" a rn: 5 C' p""I....... ._.._... .....So.. l'ee'r,.. ....... .... __.. Lv.1 I '
liniment Sold by Su annee Drug .
"hfl ""' ,....... : A"l) : ilKllhk Half A Cent Each Co. oct-dw* 'i '1s 1 : :;' : ; p p: t:=::::=:=.:::::_:=:i.c.N'harltun.Aekoki.P. +.d..t.v...:::.:::::.::::.....::. :..?::.1.v.L. ; oe 11 2.a :'; t< : :

..... 1trN1A4a.flU.I Copied from any photograph or print forwarded | '2 zn p at R r. p II m L...................._..._._... K..._....... ..... ..........._._.I. I 6J >w p -

'- ..u.be with imprinted the order each Name of party ordering'win I: The man who boasts always of his t; :; : m'mi: :' : SS 41 :m n.l.v.l.v.:::::=.:.=:.::.....:::::.)..Dena.ark enhollow .l. :::::::::.::......=:=:t:1: : ;: : 'I'f :: ; :
I on card as publisher with Leo no 6 fI; PMIAr-._...._.._.. ............. .Purr.Purr. Le..3O.; tot. _
f .:. imOOME.InOAICT addreu. Postcards reproduced and delivered ancestry, admits that his merits have ----- : --
within 10 day from receipt of order. ropy and
I il description of scene-for which a maximum of 50 I been burled Luraville Branch
E word U alUwed. I'h to.imile and phototype iii\\tan Lura\ille and Wil'1uttlh.

,f A CJU S Euit: AT LAW. ,. Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed without Henry K Jones of Tampa. Fla., Vr eat I IBoond fart
I charge in return fur name and address of I I
party I IMrM i
: yg U. F1AIt1UA : requesting specimen*,wnten on any kind of a writes: "I can thank God for im present --JO anvil-v.- -------Winn.r'h-- .. ..-. .-..-.-.-... ---..- -_-*rj. Sft a*
; ............IMat..'. tt.- I Picture Postcard or TOUT business stationery 104 health, due to Foley's Kidney g 50 a m'r I :..?. ...:..::::::=::.:.=::::. 1 uravlw.-------:: : : ::=:::-: .: Lv ll A s wAlton
.. p QIIIRt.-.. i en.ctlOltj, per cent toliO per cent PROFIT Taking Orders --
4 aaa a "-.wa.. .-tl, .u..t'l, and Selling AMLKICAN tirade Mark] LOCAL Cure 1 tried doctors and all kindsof Branch ..

MEW PICTURE P06TCARDS. One Exclusvt kidne cure, but nothing done me
tiws** PI...t.V LsDR lirt\\nii Maxi and Alton.Buund .
V>Kulesai stributor and Usnufaeturera' Agent I _
0 -- -- -----
(Photographer. IValer Jobber. Local Newspaper much good; till I took Folej's KidneyCure. -.;;.!-'- H -- I west

Publisher or Printer [WANTED in Four bottles cured me, and i ,I Biwd."
every city

J. W. WEST, town and. vil\Ajr.. LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CON.TRICT .! tate no more pain in my back and 05u 040t.s m i Ar.::::::::.:::::::....:..:..:.....:::: :::....:::..JI.,.. :..::.. .:::.:::: .::._.:.::::..::-:....:'... .::. .i..1 lit Ill Writs for terms. TEN Ilsndxornc Ark- ________ - -0-
Phyjuun and Surgeon. aua PhoUxunile and Phototype Picture Postcards ahoalders I am 6: years old, and Iran Hthtdukd to rcrritt. w;tb fu1lid J.'r 1 rttrH hard Ltd Atlact (',nt k..e tMrrU
w;U be sent to any addre on receipt of suffered' long, but thanks to Foley'sIUdcey bound at Li>Oak for Inforn ation iiardii g iatm tl bookies d ctrttctiis t|| .) I* .
.... t..wa L5a Ll.l. Ohk Avenue.at I l\E(2e.] !STAMPS. I II T P AII'TNi.1"'in..rc'.t.' I. P. VNtoiwKl. .. r.A I A
Cure I am well and can
ltteat.htwr l4h Held. I American Pholocolortype Cftmpdny i iI
... Not ian Reproductions for Any Purpone by Any v\a'k and enjoy mjself It is a -
"' -a l1.. W I ii '
..s....... M. I' .. ... I Process.3J7 )leasure to recommend it to those ; _Hil..JE

!.... .*.. I..MtSf A v.-.e' N. 1. Dearborn St. Chicago. 'Phone needing a kidney medicine. City

-- Harrison 4691. 1'1rmaey. oct.dw. -

IIt.-... ,. L 1lMUY....#.. ----.
Makers oCPicture Pwtctrd. CoLnphotoSterewCTsphs. -
& TIIO. IASON.l"n Calenders. Pictures for Newspaper Art' Some men prove their courage by
BRO\\'N If its Grain Flour Meal Grits
Supplements. Magazine (.oven, Inserts for ...di-I staying way from home; some b> going Hay, ,
twns d* Luxe Pictures fur Framing. Art Stlldlft 1: late.
repniductians for in quantityfrom home in the Grocery line. We
or any purpoxc. any I or anything
10UO up. Write for ". '". 12-7t I 1

411 S.A L w tL.niUII. -- ---- ---- -- '! .V :Mont Worthyrtit'le.. have it, or will get it for you.

\\hen an article has been on the
--- -- -- Ten loads of Groceries in
CRIND market for sears and gains friends car

WALL 1 i evedy >ear it is safe to call this medicine
PAPER stock. Some of you mer-
a worth}' one Such Is Bal-

Wh nin netxiof nice wall paper lard's ilorrhound Sjrup It positively chants get wise and save
Laxative Fruit
Syrup cures coughs and all Pulinooarj -

call on H. It. PETTY, at di--a-te: One of the best known money by buying from ns.

Pleasant to take merchants in )Mobile Ala., sass:
For five years my family has not
"---- Tho new laxative. Does

.%. ( Wt'OIU''. been troubled with the winter coug\* \ihitirjr\IerchantsareOonhallvin\itfd to make our office their head-
not gripe or nauseate. we owe this to Ballard's HorekounlSjrup quarters while in the city.

tTBUC STKNOORXPHKK.Offir 1 know It has caved child-
tfp.talr>, Cures stomach and liver "my .* OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT Ai'
sick Sold
ren from many spells. by
(nd.. II..k UulldiDK. troubles and chronic con- Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw

InK OAK . FLOKIDA. stipation by restoring the I A baby in the house helps swell the Live Oak Brokerage & Commission i

'rofits of the gas and electric light
T. natural action of the stomach -
J. LYLE companIes.

liver and bowels. !

PracticalWICHMAXER ..rue. ub.tf\: ",ice 5Oo.t Julius Caesar.was .
Use the best Brick in the
AND JEWELEF __0 ________ a man of nerve but sickness leT State.

IS results ts mark and he became aged before
)Aar a rg.I.rwa, ce In most cases consumption (

rra.i stwfli.4 W-alehr. aiwavr IIn h.nl from a neglected or improperly 'is time. Sickness is often caused IT'S MADE BY

-- -- -- reated cold Foley's Honey and Tar '>y a torpid liver. Heroine will regu
and ate liver and give you health
urH the most obstinate coughs your

_J i PRESSING CLUB prevents serious results. It costs .Irs Carrie Austin Holloa Kansas The Callahan Brick Co. Callahan Fla.v. .
on no more than the unknown preparations writes: "I consider Herbine the best _
and you should Insist upon uedicine I ever heard of. I am never -- "
work u: sh mticd.
bating the genuine in the yellow Tithout It." Sold by Suwannee Drug

I .... Phone 22 I 1ckage. City Pharmacy. oct-dw* i Co. oct-dw \ H. Goodbread, Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l! Ag,tfor; Live Oak /I


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;'" t J. B. BARTON, Presid ----: -.+ ',.. J
J. BlUME, 1st'ViceFrcstfent.I < I H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance Ce... <
} () D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. ARNOLD_ P. MICKLCR, Cashier. ':
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( Capital and Stockholders Liability, .

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T heg t tize s' Bank, of Live Oak;

A Bank of Steibility. We Solicit Your Busines

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1 .;......... ....1......... Mt %. / Our stock of Boys' School Suits are one of the
: Vhetr : f'i: i.:"" II 4 :::: best made for serviceable wear. We had them!
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Question i n j made good and strong so as to stand the hardn -
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is settled \ i' I
:": '.. az" wear of school boys, yet they are "neat and
; ",. ,.. skill ul blending "'(1-:{.",._.., U o U nobby" with plenty of style, in all sizes from. .
cf gold tobaccos qJ o i 3 to J 7 years old.

will produce" : delightful \, II} I II We are offering' j

shake. Oar i long experience in s 1' I ; II n
-, the,cigar business has given us ? n In
i. the knowledge necessary to obtain the i ( I I ; i iI for the 'next ten day Come in a.nd fit your {

c desired results., t IIl l I j I, II .. _boy_whh a good suit. Also with i

, ,, We are sure Huckleberry Cigars ''t, Il II E s.1c 1, Shoes. Hatst and Caps j
,will pleaseyou; they are "just ripe: '- **

LEE ROr Al1 ERS CO., Makers II E:3 =AT ;
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ti CROUP ANDPneumonia flEi S. J. WHITE ':
j' g ,q Salve Ei I ,

f! _'4_ be Family Safe-C sar& 25c, 50c. $1.00. Relieves Croup f SHOES AND FURNISHINGS.
in20 miens. Aborts Pneumonia in 6 hoars.. Biffins work as soon as
Ma i>lcu Osieih L.Eivh rds..n,hft.Ch.m., Greensboro N.C. TTTI A.1.TTI TTI +
W TA -TAwwM wTTI .I't"' 'NI -
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I....... .; ;Z; .":**V:.t.r.. ;4". YOUR NEW FALL CLOTHES
\\J'T'i:1': '; f -" ; a .
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} .? .i. : i Are ready for row r
,, you
.. :\ :
:1. in our store and
I ; .k.tf1 "
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,., ,..". ...,. .!i'f.? ":.:XO..s.:;r-t.,: ., \,.,.. J(, _'- K..1"" ,: ; .' are going to hold a
'.. :-.: .t.J.; -"'.t!!:'..''''.:;.''-I'. "''7'.l.4. ':-i-.. 110""- -, < ''':1./ ... '! .1

-.- i> ..' a: 't: ; ;:: 1 Special 1 Opening Reception .

..$-t .-:)\- .1:!'; L 'I" r .
i' $ .. ,
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I .14' To introduce you to them. You're.invitee!; and when you

'. -- = : come you'll meet a lot of the finest clothes you ever .1

r6 '- c sav.Ve feel that our good friends and our good

I p g.-s ;, cldthes. ought to know each other better..

,,. // These are Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes and
kl ; you can put it down as a

I ( It l! fact that better clothes, more stylish, more perfectly tailored, never came from

'I :::. the hand of a tailor.

.- &a ? The new suits and Fall .
\/" overcoats are certainly very-snappy; you'll find your

r .fl. : kind here. It is hardly necessary to say that Hart Schaffner 4 & Marx J I
I : { ; clothes
are all-wool
"1 always ; you get no cotton-mixture. stuff under that name. .1

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:; ., ;il ; blocks shirts
and neckwear like
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