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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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Related Items: Suwannee Democrat

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Monday More Xf'r Being Received

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arIoel/La.. Oct 14.-No per- .

.'-. rwel I */Staaiboul from the presl- Oct. 14.-Owing to

44.11 es o Bear Lake today exhich / f the fact that wh'te men In the South

..p ; tr started from there 1tt chow no great Interest In standing
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..,I, tilt fciorn'RS. and no me'beng' 7 civil service examinations for the railway

.. "I-." LttnUJ tomorrow. Tie: : : f mall ser"lce. tte postoffice do-

bra c t nal. the report tha' the partment 1? In\ quandary. A fey

,.......;. At aadbis remaining corn- weeks ago examinations were held In

.....n ads de an early start an'1 '; various parts of the t Bouts for tlerk. "

u.: t r' wet In high spirits: and ships ID the rVlway mall rT'co. bat

k. I J: of sett! fortune than has yet I eight out of tefc-of hc/e who stool )

*tt. armed In l\\ bunt tt.t'mlite nt-r|>es. I/one Southrmcity

Y feral mem\erg of the party have o! tfals of," t'- e po toffco: A-parl.

M.n bean at theV lake, and bear -.i ment dwrare, /v"er> Jman feared tube

irmcKM a. e reporter to be numerous. ( examined wa apegro. Tie Harris

Two U U'lIH woke ,'esterdala of the city la not given. Many if

_,.t.a: :A; t of the: camp. the regroCT, It is l'udentooJ. pascal: '
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The presidenif spent yesterday in I successfully and now the department '

and around cnftup. the only ext'rc'se A+. t / / : :' does not know what to do about IL 'eE

by him being/ walk along Bear lake I\\ The negroes are not wanted but boa
and a row ofc tie water. No members ,7 :t % to get rid of them is a putile. Railway .

of the arty made any attemptat mall clerks are needed.

hunting \The weather remains

perfect for hu tlng. There was a CAUGHT I.V SAVA.V.VII1.

slight; coating 4f Ice on tbe water this
And Mn't Come to Florida
mcrning. Tbi president will come Morris in Spokesman viev%. to An wrrChanre !Ilf
h OJ of F4nhoIw..ee n -_ __:______. .-
lets StAmboul next Sunday before .....
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starting Monday on his return toW.'bIDrton. GOVERXOK IS NON-COM3iITT.IL --- Columbia 13. C.. Oct. 13.-J. .W.Mcnefee _
''BIG sirs i City Council Proceedings.I -
[AS]. who was ton'ght arrested Iii

rt --,--- -_ About Extra pion, But Is Int..- I I L ve Oak Fla., Oct. H, 1307.I Savannah, Oa., was Indicted bj thfl

I IIIIIVIK: JORDAN TALKH. lening Member. On Subject. ,I C'ty Council of Live Oak met tart rai,.4 ury-+n-.tbe' mettle Collrt .T I .

Talla1aEEt'e..lorll1a.. Oct IP, TMTs gu la r s(-eston. Tavares, Fla.,, charged with grand I
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The rumors of an extra tess'on of Present: C. II. Brown president 01 larceny, it behg alleged hy the of
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l tiff! lietMtvu F.nuen I'nlon and TIUMIS OF JMP is now said tint: the session will be Co-inc:.1, and Aldermen S. J. White, authorities of U: \"\tlanUc Coast Llcr.ailroad kG
>".th.tu (Vtu n Association.Gi.Oct the J. E. Wood. J. M. .. : Compan
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called for latter part of the Barclay and D. G. that white agent

M....,It... 13.-A large month. The Governor remains noncommittal.,1t I ; Bardin. of that road at Ltesburg. Fla, ha :
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/rae4\4 fill representative farmers >ut it Is understood that 6FRMAN OPI u CORDIAl TI e minutes of September meeting with the connivancy of hls.predece-, : is

tiles*uta cad business men : he Is interviewing members of the I r rye read and approved.The sot, John W. laHy. stole a dl4poseJ
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"1Mea -M Lincoln counties beard Legislature, on the subject and according : : following bills against the city of a large quantity of nrcandlar,
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iilr I/se.M J.rdan here jesterday. {o report there Is very llkelj I i \|><1 Tlt K e IV-olere .MatVih I'leak 1 wore approved and ordered paid: from the railroad wareh .

.. etlM.tard the events of the recent to be a session. The reasons for the \ His SlaWmruts Est. C. V. Byrd, $3; S. P. Mays, Jolly was convicted at/1':/Tarfll on 1

r .,1MNs1 c tton congress in At.1f'Ct session are. apparent' In the Insumd-I i, 1230.24; L. O. Mfg. Co., 1113.33; October 9 under] the chine of forgery -

ws/b a'd (*. It will have upon ency of the funds provided to meta M. L. Burnett & Co.; $96.01; J. 8 and sentenced to t/0 years hi i

... twt+...t of the South's great the appropriations. I PW York, Oct. I/ The .Mail's 'vinkaid $67.45; Hair Hardware Co., the penitentiary.Menefee .

\ ..* I Tho appropriations could be indefinitely iv.b'r from London gays: $9.S5; Suwannee Hardware Co., was located "by the d tes- # .

t( ties Ml) years," he said "the held up by the Board of StateInstitutions I )1:,. Taft's flgurof looms huge and $11.45: I.. 0. Pub. Co., $47.08; R. H tivea of a surety company at Lena

s tsr...*t e4 tb* South who control a and this action has been 's I .omp. Hing in the A'ar East and his Haddock $75; R. H. Haddock S. C.. but he received a "tip" and soddcnly ,

........, a+..a the world's great nec- taken so far. to that none of the appropriations i -Itadow rails athwart the European (streets) $256.28; W. D. Wright left that'place this evening' and

...%. a..* spent their time and en- save one or two small c'u'ac.-lioiirs.: illS speech at Shanghai $ JO; W. T. Stokely, $12; T. B. Walk was apprehended; at Savannah en m-

*.*... .s.a tie rroductlon of cotton ones have been paid/ The Controller and coming Ti its to fit Petersburg er. $28; Fire Department $61. formation wired from Columbia. ,

Ht ... l* are realizing that as even served notlcr on the Governor I and Berlin aVe themes of paramount Total $1.070.69.Reports The amount involve la between shad

.... ..**.4 upon the proper marie hat the bills tor1 the mansion furnl- importance London and on of Marshal Tax Collector S,000 and,000..

... .f Ib. pro ........ as the notice was/ notsrrvcduatlaftet{ i tiirrci.il or the political aspects of the were approved as read and -' -
est Ifl.-b interest
or thought of each
la *.b.. ff ctkallclve month tne furniture was purchased that Taft p'lgrimage"! discussed, comment ordered filed. I
a thing at the letting of this contract
r .... a eetton crap.' eclarp Mr. matter was adjusted an I firmly believe
'a' 1.edae aad. equally a* loag to put tho status is thatlnlJ appropriations am : 'tntion of the Gr ted States to leave presented to the Council and ordered of thin Honorable that every member w

.. _w-t In Ifi' t'd'' cotton : held up with ,110 immedlat" prospector no doubt as to its\.\!!iatic polio embodied in the minutes: body baa th belt
interests: of the city as well
. IWb Bat uatlr he plant is of the being: paid, and thin is a matter German opinion\s sln;ularh coid- Communication.Gpntlemrt as every

II Htr that ?Iu lug nit I hat will of necessltj, be determlo t.il to Mr Taffs declaration that the -Of the City Council citizen at heart certain critieWmi to

, tat lse with all the cot n ithin in the Legislature.' Philippines will opt be sold Hisatement Live Oak FlaV-I wish to say with the contrary, notwithstanding.

Me alert pace off r m Itb they I Ir It does not mean necessarily ta.it carrieso' Berlin thinks a reference to letting or having let Respectfully subm'tted! .

M to deprn th pI' f'S ore 't will be nececcary' for the 'b' to pledges that Wa/hingfion will not the contract for\qertala machinery CHAS.!. BROWN. s w

$.... b. '". y 10' 'st point .'11!.t> an additional. tax lev\.'. but it : .'Le a bargain 1911 with Japan. 'or the Ci Nate Vorksr the HairHardware By vote of Council, the contract for

I *., will never b IC able tol :ommand V.m! be E-CM5&rr tot the Le-ish.iur' wi.en ? for revising the o a after'joking; into furnishing an air',compressor for the -

W tell I.tri..lt' value of t. com- to act before any of the sj eciai fane ta, ;th"IfUlt.rinU't"at>', bwhich a late law, Aud that a contract City Water Works, was awarded to

.. a ihir: 1 could be diverted t/r the purpose' .>I.o's! >II114 be diverted will be nnlntoa I [ the !collar rea- the Georga Supply Co. ;

i't' pacing tbe appropriations. S,-\"('';!! )M the Pacific srae states to them thi> erta mb rs of this By resolution of Counc'l:!J. the if ret
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seed and what w4 mint
.' ; < colonies of l Mla. tt, ivr-ahi' e c h; a interestsdr'y committee was instructed to ftra'c' ten
1sN. b. added "is! of of the faads in tilt State tre..vr y
I. a systes
tbe: street ahthe tart eat of Of tr
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L. wtleebuies ia the tt'IE and payable ...eJDag INalanrpo t'! a' '-- \ Hair
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be cupabte SoutIt'f'D.otthotding'the could be dJ\-ertei w'th the prop1'1 THE RKVAN IWH>M -. 11: .l vre C" hen it I/ill be aeees- avenue aDd dewa'k t' tartif..cial

f ? fJ11/"u .*nt're wason and It auCor.t. to the settlement of t'." --- 'a' '' ..t i' i" meet \\ let the con- atone tiling. a ttirty' t i

r: \.+tQtrvlCtlep fruit reports obligations levied v> the Leeislat nft C.inrtnq Cron faUI W.nttr'n ...-:. 'r.- tar this machinery, if indeed wet'M same.
} Dis there Is a outcry A.i'U"; find the need of the outfit, to A pett'O was press ed t, t '
the: cotton belt. .Oat tbls > porutr ,', t. t-t.--"Th,. fIn; .1'1 Council,
a.eh.m of msnch d'vor ., oP c,th-r company. erein' ate trire"
"are :OlEetI will be bult c''aniot '
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J. e'nled the work 1i i ie Sfct: C'H'?'. '('0. tb ir. r'S

aiI.to ;. f., i aWn* Ire said the ..,. . .. 1 I. to t acre t1 ", done ,
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"'- ..e'cotnsl won'aof I ? C. H. BRtm'Itile
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ever "'k''' !is BOW on and : ,.: t, I .r't i r.. f,1 >, :UfJ V".r. n, rjrr.ine: H. Sbne- the a Chinaman t: Presid11t of COUSC'IS.

"i\. .... '" 1., fin.'-h. t'. r'.ud! be fojnddkect.\ : ; I. ., I 4 rnu tt'ar iio man had tl:e s'! t I P. MAYS. Clerk.







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?Ilk: 11r"U6ROl"TE CHIEF.Clow , , t t t ' ;., It 1 1 1 .rr ........1
'. .. dIJliJlllniH+-ll111lHUJ.'t. 1'i I i ;I I i I i J P. I III +1 trl I I H 3i i M 11\.i..
: tie Garten AH Over the Country u'D.00 S. acr, ot Keyest.. oft +- .&;1M" ..i

t Saj d His Mot tgaged\ 'Home.s About 3Oli. 1.t'S l''Kll, ...a o.t"s t.. .. .+.. 1 .t
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a Trip Jaae toss n.ine3Union. I
(Atlanta Jon rnai.) -
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t One of tie most compelling figures
r of the assembled: cflral mail carriers Gen Ab awyer of Key West the .

U that of Paul L. Lindsay, the clean- smallest man in" lorlda, and who Urolably :Iii LiVE OAK

faced young president of the National tte smallest: man of Us again :
association. HisVace is clear and the United States, uto: is perfect- '

the fl&w of hla wor}s Is easy. His .. and proportionately developed. is "
presence In the c'ttr. directing the pending a f/w days in Jacksonville --

mo.tents of a large body of men mingling vfth his friends, of whom Iili
cased to parliamentary procedure. he has a arge number. Gen. Sawyer ,II+ i

f* good. H urles himself well. is not as tall as a yard 5t ck *socg i 1

During the Convention an Interesting : ani attracts considerable attention ,* PUBLISHING
talc regarding Mr. Lindsay! the man whenever he goes. lie is a
has been rolled. It Illustrates forcibly splendid talke and a good reasoner :
the fteaTTsr his association that nd wlen Le starts to discuss politics '
HIM II
dominates this young man and by or any topic of/ he times he can hold -

Inference account for his occupancyof his own .ithte best of them. Iii '

a position ofy honor that would has just relur ed from a visit of several ,
tot ordinarily h/ given to one of his weeks toyhe Jamestown exposition COMPANY I Iif .

few ywars. Tlte tale also serves to and varlouV points in Vlrg'ni! .
graphically dfplct the high personal and says that he i\ in most excellent: .ili


Mr. Lindsay/la held by his fellows. met Gov. Swan on, the chief executive I III
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Iortp Soon To Fall Due. j i| of that commonwealth, and i if -

Last June\t was suddenly discovered tas become an arnt admirer of the
: by the \Rural Free Delivery governor. In tli- opinion of Gen. :

New." a raonbily publication ot Sawyer the Bern raUc party should 'II ;'
Chicago devotee to the Interests of nominate and elecs Gor. Swanson to : I

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the rural mall ctrrier, that Mr. Lindsay the presidency of United State =-- "" ;0 ""
was carrylfg I a heavy mortgage "lie ia a man, eve y inch of him," :

on hi* borne tear Tucker over In said Gen. Sawyer esterday "and : f Book News and Commercial 1
IKab count/ Georgia.! The mor- if the Democrats of the south wanta ,
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Uata was to fall due the following man for the pros enc} who wouldbe
month and Mr. Llndaey could not an honor to tL/ party and makea

; inert It This hXld nothing of particular most excellentpresident. they i PRINTERS
t IDte ..t. A\man who cannot should center upon Gov. Swanson of i ;

.aeage Us owd financial affairs Virginia. If nominated he could be i ;

af'fOd not be a source of worry to the elected: provided] the party would i r' I Ii' :" Ii II ,,!
j eoamunity at laie. nut the additional drop all faction i differences and'

fact was crrelated that Lindsay work together to Vlect its candidate."

bad mortgaged his home to Gen. Sawyer was 3p well pleased with (' Ii!

s.eure funds fey- the furtherance of Richmond, Va., tie grand old cite : I
the null Mall (\ rrlers. organisationv 1 of seven hills, tJlat he says he Is ;,
v !''tempted mak/it the''
to h's ohme In
f Raise ,! future. If th/y only had the Key "XTO job is too large and none too small for i
The the "R. F, D. News" went
West climate there, 2
p the general
.lid. Lindsay's popularity had prorated would be wi Ing to leave his native 1 III us to handle, and everything: in the :
: during con/cations of the national isle of sei.
the Before
returning to ]
body and tidy personality was Key West Gen. Sawyer will visit several ; 11 Printing Line comes easily within our limit.QUR !
sell known: wherefore it was no ;I(j cities In Florida, and will call ,
difficult matter f of."The New to present j .
I on some of his old friends .

light his A predicament subscription In was an started Intimate, '0'I' Julius Caesar. j rt stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papers !

raise tho roqulrfd sum of $1,560 ,II' was a man of nerve but sickness to'tIts 1 1 ti
is of the :
with which to discharge the mortgage ':; mark and he became aged before one largest carried in Florida, ;

; but movement was hU time. Sickness U often causedby ff i and with !
well
i sell > $2.100 was la1!i a equipped modern Printing
befor3the a torpid liver. Herbine will regulate .
the. hands +
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your liver and give you hraUTi Plant
,! amount i from all over I II Mrs. Carrie Austin, Hollon, Kansas. : new type, and artistic printers, we :

I the country In contributions of nickels I writes: "I consider lIer !n'" the best furnish
and dimes ani, quarters.' I i medicine I ever heard of. I am never il! can you with Stationery as cheap as

1 The mortgag was discharged without It.. Sold by Suwannee Drug :! and prompt establishment 1
weeks before It fell due and the Co., oct-dw. as any in the ;

I, .;t Lome risked of for tbe tie asa association's laUon'a president.good, wu :I II The Important I'.ut. South. A trial will convince. Samples and

I .ned for him.: "WbereMid I M* It? .a' i ,'. i ::! Estimates Furnished on Application. :
vt'atg millie i "T. -i Ii
Shot Off Hi* null. tbit < '
ruak'/\e hu > ; na-l l ::
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P (Perry Herald.) "I'apa we_ t as t. nr r, ,1 .. .
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:nvhop +bt damsel. ,? t'ni'v <
OgleUJol'pe'De 1mark. son of Mr. J. :
>t it? at's all i'a .. :u.t. tom'knowl'ittsbwtg : :
r.. PftrmarJc.1'was the victlm- of an :. !
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accident Tuesday afternoon last :: //I I : : i : "3SKj :1
b'l i :it \ Jf I I ; ;: 'I.lfIHI".If' i-fT'tllll .UI
bleb be lost his left hand the :
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.; Ctleet of a charge lai of!arm No.'and seven shoulder shot taking after forget-Daby-U restless can't s-? a- ': | :i i j We Make a Specialty Mail I

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night woa't eat, cries Spasmodic!'.. | | f
lx-lng .fired from; a shot gun which ::1
\ A bottle of White' Cream
Vermtfusaevcr '
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Ml from, his! .sroulder as he waswalktniC '
03 a* railroad trt' t1). Wjlarn tails to cure. Kvery ninth' r J I -:- Order Business -:-
hou'.d give her baby % htte'b) Crt-au- i! hi
that be was on hU way to. a i I
Vormlfoge. So many times when it
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ckbor'c house and carried the gun I I "L :!"IUW .
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the baby Is pale and fretful the 1 r.uft: I IUM:.. r I 1111 If[ 11- .
M
ah ag.; As be reared his destlnat'on: I mother doa not know what to do 1.
and whflfi on tic trestle en the Blue ,1' .
V bottle of this BMdleine would bring ; :$::Ii 1.
Crrk MtaNoa of the 1. O. V. & G..
color to biB cheeks and laughter to !f t. :
k-H RUB sltppodnoqni his shoulder and ,
h.' eyes. Give It 1tr11! <1. Soil by 1Suwannee
fell and It Is suppoved the hammer .
r.m. (. contact ...It8 tie; at any Drug en "" |: ,,

rat* tfa gun! was discharged\' and the .dw''I'I g LIVE OAK

load "NIt lathe hand- eeiot ept a few 1 + :
s'attertng 'Vhtcb loi "ed In the & ,
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.t-a.ider. He Called to negro who
*.. near KMl ted'tim"' to e home of U
Mr WhtlfleU ..h'lln tin carried Ii 1 PUBLISHINGCOMPANY 1

dim bark. to his Dr. ones was ,+
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..n'IIo!>%d and bland UW. A 't .
Varoaey sent out to him The hand !
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.M found so badly EhatteVi that i Ii
,m>Utlcm at tie wrist was found

K ct.ttry The physician! left him j r Ii i ,
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r.-Msn u well aa could be expected.It 'I ,,.

was a ser, narrow escape the --- "_. 1 +
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Iwsssg maD bad and we are truly glad ; +Ii LIVE OAK I

IMt Ms wovnds are not so serious is FRIEND: FRIEND ;it; FLORIDAHIIMMMMMM

U,.., ratgbt have: beea.I The personal recommendations of peo. ,' +if ':
pie who have been cured of coughs and j' I: 1
cold by CLitnUiUia's Ccu h j'I'i f
."'U'. Cajbollsed' Witch HaaelI'tlha ;;; Remedy
have done more thin all tl t
") to snake it : ._.. '
Sold by Uve Oak Drug Com- staple arti!e of uJe and conmrrct \" .1 '.... It It It It .j..F.l..tiw._.........t t I I I I I H I I I 11 II till It t II t UI 1 ;
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OKWVISCK NO. 05.Imputing twenty-five ( $25) dollars; dealers in i sect to be paid or remitted Each
upon I local agent of insurance coin religious books only ball lust .e acquired
La Itrdlttaatp. Licenses and furniture, sold on Installment under i I drafts checks Or orders or where any or assoc:aliens, firm or Individual {o pay a license tat

I)1_ Ta.r... Providing for the contract for n n-payment thereof, m nay Is advanced or loaned on d tag bus.nes in tie: C ty Traveling dealers witkoat PNs! *.
...,.....< Tbrnot.r. and llrwcribingng five ( $5) dollars; provided this shall stocks, bonds bullion bills o! ex- ef Live Oak Fl rida. including coricrations who si all barga'n r tell aafareV6r caok. Ii

r...k... fie .... llu lnesa \\ |th.r not apply to persons taxed as merchants c'; ange or promissory note or r'Cev-; or assoc,at oni engaged In a' merthaetl"! for v*.s e*

a I r..t... U1hf'r.lIurt" to ; dealers in gasoline or ci for discount or for sale. shall be the business of insur ng against findemnity -.', ot1 ei\*-te. by sample or In a* ,*, ee
Itas'tp/r Nh the "rntL..lon" Th"nI' -- naphtha at wholesale five ( $3); dollar I I regarded; as a bank or banker, and arc'dents to persons act- l'"anner. for precenT:' cr fut.r. ,l, *

.. ; dealers In automobiles ant I subject as such t. the provisions of In/ as surety upon bonds, guarantee- veto any person whats..* .fHrj

,. r u "*4 b> the Mayor and motors or other horseless vehicles, this ordinance :ik; fidelity of employees and insuringiinlovers W. or,.agent r avrts fm..*..g
. n', '_.. J nf tb. City of Live Oak. twelve' dollars and fif'1 cents .: I enders of money either persons against liability for actvent :"Per to del'ver and collect f," sn*
t ttls.'rli ( 12.50)' ; dealers in illuminating! or arms, corporations, associations or 1 .: t employees! and life In.ur- except: a licensed dealer era : > ..

: ..... I. tt t .. p..,.&a. firm or lubr eating oils at wholesale twelve their agents! cot .tat 4 as bankers arcp companies stall pay to the City deer ei a readier, under C' I. r t'.
.(kail la. dollars and fifty cents ( $12.50) for doing the business of leading of the Oak This
1 ros.si ea\iae manager or ad a 1:cense 'ax of two an e ordinance *t\U 'flf' ''4Teddlers
. M e.rl.et as, ......... feceion each place "f business; proprie'or or I varcing m ney for which interest Inspection I dollars and fifty cents ( $:.VJ ). of clocks s' 0...., r-aRe sit
' r ...._.... .ed eaed In this proprietors of each garage for keepIng fees or other remuenration Each: traveling agent or sol'citor of sewing machine agents. wre'fer ..v
. ft ltI..... w...t. ta. qty of Liver automobiles, five ( $5) dollar-: i is charged in excess of ten per eeatper "ny insurance company as described log bv sample or on future
1 .. en4a, ..!... a City License. dealers In Junks twenty-five ( $25) annum secured by mortgages '.n the preceding section ling business or otherw; pr ylde>J. that per-ra
.(! Mats *... trot orocared from dollars; dealers la oleomargarine ir bill: of sale power of attorney or in tl e Ci'y of UTe Oak, shall ent or locally establ'sted agent .l .'1
H. Ta CoMortor of the city; which butterine. wholesale I handling original ther legal transfer of personal pro-I 'av a license tax f twelve dollars and be exempt from the provisions of tk"

s.M t..ooB. .tell b. I.o-e4 t. eaeh packages cnly ten $10) dollars !erty as security for any such loans II fifty cents ( $12.50) section.

p-' 041. aV. or rorporailoa on receiptfcoroiaafter I or advances; or any person firm Each insurance adjuster whether Traveling dealers geiac from part
fII "_. _*t provided I Pealers! in p'stols' bow'e knives, corporation or association doing the resident or non-resident, who has no to place, sell'ng go do ware or
..lg..l.e to '.. e't, Clerk's f" of sling: fhots or brass knuckle Springfield busine-,8 ef securing such 1 ans or I wild a licea-r as agent or travel'cg merchandise of all description..Asl.

....' ..* rata fur .,.-y Item nl'4' rifles repea'lcg rifles or dirk I advances for borrowers upon such I agent who: adjusts Insurance lossesn pay to the Ci y of f ive Oak a ll<*ea *
W.o4 i>t Ma and aaltf license shall Knives, twenty-five ( S21!; ) dollars; securities and charging each borrowers this city shall pay a license tax *ax of twenty-five U-S ) dollars! antit

a* K*.*4 k* tt. TM Collect r and p-oYIJf'd raid pistols Springfield or I commission. inspection or other 'f five (15) dollarsContractors shall be unliwtp for sash I pen
irta*.. std oftari haw ire seal of the other repeating rifles. bowie knives, fee for their services, shall pay a for tbe erectloa of or dealers: t ell or attempt tn -&M
J w, of Ue Oak thereon Kverv .dirk knives bras knuckles and sling 1 r cense tax t the c.Itv of) one hundred buildings r other work tin ( $10) under and bv virtue of tie licere! of
hots shall not be s Id *o m'norsKverv ( $100) dollars for each dollars.
t MNporiiai tb elaajalar number place of business any otter licensed dealer. storearej-
j ...I .'.' .ti..84 's sad embrace the violation of this Section shall : Job printing 01fCt'.. running bv er or drnegistTrad ,
.?.< ..iBt>.r. aid every word ImM *>e punished Lv a fine of not excee-1- i' Every' person firm or corporation ")rower two dollar and fifty cents 'ng stamp firm. -ersons or
< >*tot iM plera! BumbW may be :ng one hundred dollars or bv Imprisonment regularly enraged in the business' of ( $:.50) ; steam laundries, five ( $">) corpora' ions, kn wn as trading stampcompanies

I **'+.4 s4 N*tto4 to the singular not exceeding sixty days I II !lending money in Mid city and not lollars. Chinese laundries, five ( $!it shell pay to tbe CI'y a
...>%pr fad **er w rd laporlng! I r by both such tine and Imprisonment axed as bankers. shall pay a license lollars. livery feed or sale stables license tax of five hundred $510)

I ,*o maor.Ha. a*. >r oaly nay be exwooM -I at the discretion of the Mavor tax of twenty-five ( $25) d liars. keeping for hare! feed or public use, dollars. Merchants as'ng trading
j std ...l!+.o> to femaleaa Dealers In secosd-hand cinching! I For each public carriage hack and not more than five horses and mules stamps stall pay to the City a license"
j. ..,1 M ..... I Ctettl.ta te word for each piece of business. twHvp dollars 1 dray. charging for transportation no two dollars and fifty cents ( $250) ; tax of one hundred and twenty-five
: ..*" to ooe. to ibis ONI..& ito and fifty cents ( $12 501 ; provided i o Derated by keepers f livery stable. more than five and less than ten ( $1 _" >)> dollars for each place f

: .y be MM t' awe* aarmation.o4 that merchants paving a regular using single team tWb dollars and ore and mules three dollars and business where they use: SJCf stamps
.. .' 1Ct"notE'! shall not be required to fifty cents ( $:50). and double tte 004 ...., **ail be held using ; more person firm or corpora Ion
f N ....... e fM.lr. I II nay this license: dealers 'n second team the sum of five ( $5) dollars tan ten and less than twenty horsesnd furnishing lights. either gas or elect!
I : Xe Ikeae* !tall\ b. Issued :': hand bo ts and shoes five II:; ) dollars Every band or troup or aggregation; .> mules six( dollars and twenty- etc having a capital of $:l50, or

J lea .... !.... ... '.lI.r. and alii for t'JC" place of basin""ss; each or other traveling or wandering' or 'Ivp' cents ( $6.->r> ) ; more than twenty more, shall pay a license tax of

j Jim'.eM stall **$... n the first day {.,I deptist. permanently looted' five nomadic people who shall camp. pitch .nd less than twentv.five horses and seventr-five $75)) dollars; $100000
j' III. eoa.* of Hoed tear. but tract'oni ( J5) dollars, each travel ng den'ist their tents st 'p and engage in business mules, ten ( $10) dollars; more than or more and le's than $251.000
r'.*e.r, ...-pt a. "t',.'nallt'r pro- five $5) dollars; drovers pt>t1int of telling fortunes trading went>-Sve horses and mules twenty fifty ( $50) dollars lent than '3la.
I .4 war be toieed to expire on thitoreoart auction or otherwise. five ( $5) dollars !- horses peddling, trading or other occupation ( $2: .!'rty

: Ma' ooat rate .\111 ; dealers in elec'rica machinery ia tbe Cit of Live Oak. iinch stands r eating houses at seven dollars and fifty cents

1 I'". .... .. bo "....f -rred. with the or appliances for pr fit, five ( $5)* I shall par a Hcen-e tax to the city of railroad ae-wts. seven dollars and ( $37.50) : $%'?.001 to $ 1010twentvfive .
., .*...\ of ke >'._r. with the bn"l- ], dollars for each place of business; one hundred ( $100) dollars. Any '}fty cents ( $;.50j.'achin lJ5): dollars; 110.100!
a. tv O.tell ,...,. wire taken out. (''t.trh lawver, five ( $5) dollars; green : pers n violating the provisions of this and repair shops for !o $25,000, ton ( $10) dollars, less

"' ...... la a bola Me sale ant growers and dealers in fresh fruits paragraph shall upon conviction, be publ'c ne, five ( $5) dollars than $10040. five ( $ ', ) do'larm

..... ., of !.. rorty taxed an 11 and nut, rot merchants ote dollar fined not more than two hundred Lung testers, striking machines Prided further. that any Indltld i.?.

..,_.. .. tfe* b""'f'. a. stock fa.bo1 j!rod fifty cents ( $1.50) for each placeof ( $1'10)! dollars or imprisoned not weighing machines, phonograph' company firm or mri-ora'; furnishing .1
t...... oacli travof rred license I bu..ine"s: hypnotist. pr ft'sCion, longer than three monthr bo'h graphop1 ones, music boxes chewinggum gas or electricity to i'. customers

of a'1 w roM >. b. fol only for tbe I fiftv ( Jirt; dollars; hawkers and fined and imprisoned, at the discretion stands, automatic penny-in-the- and making a charge by tn-t r aid lk'p
rna.fIke for which it was street" vendors' of medicine drues or of the Mayor slo machine. when operated f r profit who shall make. a mialaam etarga

rt, tai,i* t.fco. ov' Fronted. that patent medicines, fifty ( $ 0) dollars Barber shops running one chair two dollars and fifty cents ( $:.50) without reference '0 the meter "aU
ir* ... tta.l ..... "fcaH k mrrendi for each dAY they attempt to sell: tw ( $J:: ) dollars; for each additional each v pay a licence tax of fit', flf' p"'

red .lid -"It lh. City Clerk I I beef and meat markets and fish cha'r fifty cents; billiard or pool Managers of nierry-go-roands cent more than .b ve set eel: prov .

a. i>. ll.. .....t... for transfer markets shall each pay a license! of able kept for profit, seven dollars I twelve dollars and fifty cents 'ded. however, the above 'tro,'.lo.

to *. >. sad .wk trt..'.r after betty ; h..nty-fi vt' ( $25) dollars. and fifty cents ( $750) for each I ( $1250) ; planing mils and novelty shall not apply to romnaa'm ee Individuals

) ........ at alt bo of the rime Merchants utore-keeners and dru- table works seven dollars! and fifty cents wh furnish meter wit'ojicoat
.... nod .... aj tbe ort i.al I ';:sts for each ne thousand dollars Boarding houses, lodging houses or : $750) planing mill including dm 'to places of basta..s sad reldenctsx 5
ret..a.li.r. 'or fraction of one thousand dollars h' tels having accommodation for I kiln not concocted.with saw mill, five

i "M Mcewi stall be pay of stock' of merchandise one dollar three hundred or more lodgers or ( $5) dollars. Sec 5. That all r .mOrs- err'

ee'* eo M before. tbe Ant day oft I and f f'v' cents ( $1.50) for each placef boarders shall pay a license! tax cf Restaurants and public eatingsal pie*, phys'wllv incotobl. of s.essat

tie...e..< (wet year. and a license business: any merchant keeping one hundred ( $100)( dollars: two ons having accommodations for labor shall be allowed oprMi.'a

*. ert to '.... for any fractional port owing machines in stock for sale in hundred to three hundred lodgers: or Beating twentv-five. or more persons out paying a Ucenae, "*leg trnr one

... *f a 'e.'. e,r.!.i t' a any license "I-t. same manner aft other mer- b arders ,seventv-flve ( $75) dollars: twelve dollars and fifty cents capital only: not 'a ex_ of tit..
+ .re >o rW.4 In tb'* Or1 "'Mnlise. shall not be taxed as sew- one hundred to two hundred lodgers ( $1250) ; less than twenty-five persons hundred d Tars: provided" .*.* Mp.

.... ... .. (....>1 after tb. first 'ng; macMne! agent or dealer or boarders, fifty ( $50) dollars; five ( $5): dollars. plea shall be re.ideat, of *.*....e l-

; ... .. 4p11 M ..pH. October first dental healers or all persons eventv-flve to one hundred lodgersor Saw mills, including planing mills : County. Florida and. pr..v14.1 f.ether. ilk
-- -...i ., ...blf tie amount Maiming to heal by absent treatment boarders, twen'y-five ( $25) d I- or dry kilns with dally output often such exemption shall t* .,....,
11.1 ae IB. on*. of soak NorMie for one hundred ( $lOOt dollars; provldvl lar;;; fifty to seT'oty.fh.lodgers or thousand fN-'t. or less two dollars only own the certln!>a'. r....e r..-
tiM tel that nothing In this clause shall arders, twelve dollars and fifty and fifty cents ( J.50) ; more than putable physician! of Ue *..|. s.

lilt ,.... tbe followingNeeae V c nstrued a* affecting the mem- cents ( J12.50) twenty-five to fifty: ten th usand and less than twenty- herein Banned

I' :=_ ;::-_=: .U-&M tUt"8 Vrs f anv Chrlst'aa denomination lodgers or boarders, seven dollars five thousand feet five ( $5). dollars; Sec. 6. That each rallr..i .*....

.1N r .... %. tft. OKy ef Uve Oak ho pray for the recovery of the sick and fiftev cents ( $7.50) ; fifteen to more than twentv-fi\e thouand and pany whose track* exteo4 M .. w

.. ... ...- ttel..1d laocal. Nanagtnge. trh oculist permanently located. twentv-five lodgers or boarders five less then fifty thouand feet ten through the corporate it.'Is o/ 'M 1

.*a.- ... ..'+ ootupaor *ve ( $5) dollar' ; each oculist, travel- < $ *.) dol'ars. ten to fifteen lodgers: ( $10) dollars, more than fifty thousand Oak shall pay a nVe.*. '4i I8e.ntft't"

I .. taoslesr.. .. or ""......0.. nir seven dollars and fifty cents r boarders. two dollars and lift feet. fifteen ( $l'j! ) dollars. ( $7"\ d* IUS .. IIlE
oa-.d 'S7}.')) provided he has no license rents ( $250) ; accommodation for Shingle mills whether connectedwith *<' 7. It shall be 'a. lets of t.a

I twetMai.1M '." H nrovlded bv State' law : eachvitVian. 'lodeers' shall be construed to mean tAW mills or not. having dai' City Tax Collector, bol*** IMH .1 *
permanently 1 ca'ed two he number of bed habitually kept capHCltv of twentj-five thousand license. ba e-1 o* a or* .et. '*. .*
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1 e.. r.abailtlal ......... it a hi! 'oHars and fif'v cents ( $2: 501 : each for such lodgers and not the numberof shingles T more twelve dollars and tion or capital steed renorli* ..f -' .. 1a.
vrtlrtan. traveHnc. even dollars and roms con'a'nd In the house fifty rents ( $1250) ; less than ductlon. r other Mft"'"*** 'e .
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salsa fill o......tMI '...... actra tfolt .
i *" t<* ....* ill \!11 apatf'et 'f v ofn's < !7.Srt) each osteopath. Roster and machine shops and twentv-flve thousand shingles pe reiulr th port 4tTilynf -- 1
I ve ( $r > dollars: nawnbrokers. for 1 foundries! connected. seven dollars day two dollars and fifty cent license to file a" : O.H r. for Iie pnMr .4ef.. f aa'ra :u'1pta of buslne fifty ( $50) I and fifty cents ( $7.5'1) bottling; ( $;:.50). a .nt...et '.' e 4y
> ,1f 1M' o aatMf ma5Q'
cferrhandfse. works and sodawater factories Owners of value nf the nropert- 1ft.,
J 'nllain. peddlers and hawkers tent or iran.tjn rs shooting
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.. not therwise enumeratH s. $fo> dollars; brick yards or fae- galleries, two dollars and fifty cents the canital Mock< or !attics'duet't
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MM. ". > dollars: building ( $2 50). *. w>lchtatement ea' '
gtr ..a.a111ti. .' ti anaactione 'r>'!lnr.<: .>..ddl'rs ur stoves and ranges -n:1 loan associations, foreign t+TO Shows or creuublbltl.1! orsh.ns hall be ac's't ed to t' e mo! '
I of them in,lr >d and fifty ( $2 56) dollars wlth'a fort of Iex"atrade! bv ti.'ec'or. ..
... .r .st 'T> 1 clr>r's. or e'tt'ttr or any ; : ; a performance tents .
I !; I 1 niliii and Van associations local, ve ewered uncovered wit \ failure tee -HI' .,
\ 'r ,.r M .' e .1 $ .11flV: "''d from wagons twentv-flve ( $2: ;; > her r OB
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If'. : i' : "f\ cents fl 10' : each phot '- ': .( f''r)0: ; ca;rhge and wagon far- 'ollnrs! ; dog ., pony shows, chargingtwentyfive said oath as aforesaid of' II i'w
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h ind' .' .i":i' lOr. Itlnf'r.nt.Vt> ( "> I I 1' .: >jrn'<: n"t connected with far- "' no other kind of performanceIve "rm or cor[>oi .,i s '
if '"tlrfly.: .> ( $s ) dollars cold sto- If tha hat shall wr ," i I"
.. i .M..ii 'i't.i. v : e;t: > person selling' ; any t'i'-; ; dollars; charging more .
t i r'un rltht t.> Fell patent : "> purr; .->. not connected with lc' 'e.ty-f\"fI cents admission, fifteen S *">re'f, oicir,. Ira .*
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hrs; dealers in fresh mats, packed credits pay having are CMeM'CI a place for of bu tile deposits r a1_ .. a i i 'l. r'e; ':,x "' I oJ ,' fl ; ;r : 'day of .September.. A. IX. I' 1II

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-- lOI .* FOR V.\lm.\L\ such regulation that started the protest ._:.;:;-t-l_$ -f-.- ,---- f-f--t-l-t-f4 '
UVEk( DAILY DEMOCRAT
against the saloons themselves i I
Let Governor Vardaman of Mississippi
and made the prohibition movementt
P'JbU.hed every Afteraooa call out the militia an dI 1 J
t Except SuniUr.CUAS. t a necessity Hen Watterson say .
march at once upon tl e rebel General -) i .
r. j that the saloons ehoaJd be so con '
..1. commanding the
1t' George Helm
ducted that they would\o mod nee I
.' W. IRV1N..," Editor ad M g'1.' second: Mlssiss p:' div slon. United police ln i Confederate Veterans, and a wealthy
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planter and life-Ion Democrat to I than any Vher p\ac> <5fbus'ness! .. : J Liberal Treatment f' ,

.. Entered at the Poitofice. Lire Oak, Such salooA town* as ar left bad I \
Second Class Mall Mat boot. Right under the august
Florida. aa better take dounsil of tpe experience Absolute Safety.
ter. November 7. 1fOb. Vardaman nose ?o to speak. fs Gen .
of others an eral fomenting treason and rebellion
---- Helm
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rigid regulation if theySiant to kee I It
and unless he is quickly
suppressed ----
THE LIfE OAK PUBLISHING COMPAKY. down the rising tide of prohibition t 1
r't he may seize the so\erelgn
-- within their limits.
-- -- -- own
state of Mississ'ppi! [ by the scruff of

THE mailed DAILY DEMOCRAT of the will United be the neck and the: slack of the breezes t Patrons of this bank speak
to
anpart
and yank it right out of the solid Twenty years from now the automobile
Statt, pastase prepaid for $$.00pr
eat $:.50 for six months; South into the camp of the enemy. will be a part of the equipment l I f in the highest terms of

ai.:& for three months, or S)\0 cents General Helm has Issued an openletter on every! up-to-date farm. Why not J 1

for fire: wicks in adrance. De- la which he strongly advocates The automobile is no toy; it is aa in" the accomodations they receive -

ihered to any part of the city. b>' the election of Pres'dent Uoo< eelt tent'on: bpecially Designed for utilit:.
carrier for 10 cents per week I :: here. : : : :;- *
: for a third term. The dispatch giving and It Is: as much\he legitimate successor .

this lhsiES:ppi sensation to thenibllc ; of the buggy the wagon and:!I i ..

'. The Governor iksaid to be in cor- saysGeneral: the horse as a mean\of transports>- I --_ _- ..: .

rw-poadence with toanr taembera of Helm waives the question ton on the country rold as the rail "II I

Uo legislator kvajjkjn&4dTieo; : on the of republicanism aside as too road train is tSK uj sor of the

quest:on of 'pjlliiJs 1 n extra scbston. trig al for discussion, and urges that otage coach and the fnfight wagon..

I let us be preturejrfor the worst. party lines be dro;.)i #d in order that I Vutoinob 'es williget /heaper even, I FIRST NATIONAL BANK M 1.I .

the business interest of Ue South : rear as tbXdnnnd/for them i fn- ,

" I This li the kind of weather that may be benefited b\ the retention: of creases and 1&-4 me /bey will be bail .

will put *em oi the Jupp for Florida, \lr the chief ,
;I RooseveltnLpflJee yea to carry freight as v#>ll as passenger

I boo e or no boot squara'tl ,con,' be urges. l>eNg the coDstructioi along the c, entry toads. Farm1: '; f L
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Live
Oak Florida.
I Florida winter clifcrte carries more of the deep water tnisi from th-e : bill) gradually recog ze their advaat ,

hope and health arc jK/and comfort lakes to the gulf In\a lengthy des ages and adopt them as a mode 01 .

I for weak and shivering mortals than cussion of the subject. General Helm transportation, and then new life will I ;

I I all the booze Jo nth in America. makes a dramatic PIP.3.10} the voters I be given tot.e good roads movement i.r rr 'f
'I' t r
\I of the South to st nd.Ur4 rr _ssage to for the immense saving and conven- r ,-

Mr. Bryan can puts It very neatly at the voters of the North: j !tense in such reads will be even more
.I times and of 'WeaS3ure -s.-,;:- -t -!o"-1--- !.'- -! -+-t'-
as a piaster compact you from tl e bottom obvious then than BOW
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Il l dear-cut statemenrie baa few equals of our hearts of our grit < ..mSdenceatfts I VST; THE FOPUL. R ;(ALTH Alit,)-PLEASURE- R :SCRT'DOWLING ,

in this country. Tne other day he ?Q the ability, honest kid integr't\: I "
The Tallahassee San has apparent l t
was Interview d In !chmo|d. Va. of Theodore Roosevelt, and Fill hel' ,
\ U' 'ected Park Trammel 1// '
as i A/
and among oUuVlhlnia, heiaid this you elect him in 1903\ Hi: first oc- j
('andUate for Governor and S:-y-
1 11 which decerres t go-Gie rrundi and upanc of the: paldanlal! t .air was
i near the end of a column article' I
fa almost good ei ugh to /* into the accident deplored by no 4e more "ftY D3MN tlPOH THE S&.u"ft; ItfVkRMineral .
Pj r "If anyone can find a man who "
: l next National P mocratJc platform: t ban himseif. and be pled ed hiui- I
will run and should run, and cou'Jrun. Springs. Hotel and Cottages ;
j "The\rusts n alnUly two seta of e'f for the balance of the term tJ I j
L1 except Trammel, I am listening "
4\; attornesneyet at be State capitals carry out the McKinley policies, and HOT
AND: COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS ftUNNINS
for the sound of his name. Several
II I to protest that all/tats legislation te, did Who can say that the man who WATER IN EVERY ROOM LUARD TABLES. TELEGRAPNAND:
gentlemen already announced and
1 I i'!.Ii U an encroachment.! Federal control bu acquired world-wide fame in the SHONE CONNECTIONS WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS eve '
,. several more apparently gettingin 17 y* LIVE OAK, UN UIVEO KPEKY
i II'i ; another at Washington to protest ; of peace cannot be trnsteJ RATES REASONABLE, fOp
i readiness to do so. fee 'W; AT LIVE OAK AITH ALLJftJUkS ,
that all Federal legislation Is a longer in his own household, and thate '

'i 1\\ violation of the rights of States/ should not be given two terms conditions s\.intbjt prescribed they l can bj meet the Sun tbr \D: 'css PARK fiO fEb. DOWUING PflRK.\ FLORIDA t v.0AABrandNewStockofDrugs

uithitr which to work out his own ----
\ Th.re will! be no'\eoples call for -- -- ---- -- ---
ill Bishop Turner the notorious policies t4+lf
Mr, Trauiuaell an'm\re than for lh<
\\11 negro preacher-agitator up In At, I "General Helm declares that the I
ot Ts! jppreheni
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lanta\who was formerly a wide 'Tin4 achievements of Roosevelt have made I
'. wants the p\ i COMer Ufe ; race but Democratic success impossible and and-hust\; : !
abandon I out K iacom pan\
baa longN Inca that role that as a matter of e\pedienr> tbe
I 1 with Giobrlst\! al with
; made a spVech to hU brethren> up in Democratic party should unite In Brownyet i
"
} nom n wise e ougb /to say witwunn }
St4 Louis thtKother day and capturedi electing him president, rather than
tS jpopiilar reference li\..'.-. IN THE t
i : audience ul tkaf startling au- trust the countrj's interest in the
Th"re Isn'tTu-acyof
public enthmanr.
oouncement thaCVVeaua Christ was ands of a man of unknown quali-
on allY Stat '
not a white manu are members ties. NewByrd Building ,
i.1 prohibitiony Public sent'uien iatagaant
of the
I same ra< aJesus Christ
for f industry bas the call I'
I whose akin wag f dacomplexion."* MI\I;; : Till; r.oxnn OF TIE.. ON HOWARD STREET. t 1
got\ls and it will take a politic'an! of tl;.' Phone 220.,
Where the Fman
1 flop exclusive: In > of the prom'neut ;een* ,
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magnetic kind to rally any consM! r-
thlA ,
information / om on point he if Florida they are ether! toVell able following: in hilS behalf fo; ,'' .' I
didn't say | t he ought by all i '>oanLj of trades or callljr? upon the < A new firm. The most carefully sslected
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means aiuf set the educated or\es Mr Trammel is a line vouu..! !
world rid to rise from Ue dead and do
I right on / cb an important JgVe. Old mmethtng to existence man who has made a most creditable; stock. Phone orders promptly filled.

Turner Ja3[ been half cracke orgtnired justifyrtheir career for himself thug far. and if 1
with \\e a bcJard in Lire Oak

rage Ifr a long time because ol the more than a year ago2tiid it was full wants to run for (Hoveraor insteadof : Prescriptions ::: Carefully :: Compounded
color Jlne In this ta Senator the way is open. But lithe ti*
i country and he
get of lusty life! and prom't! the star,
the plain facts rest of them, be will have tot no;
either of
science no. 3ut wbeM
Is it
now yfcd what Is t -

t prejudices history stand and In hi the way of his bitter loing' Geutlemen fL the Lire Oak come after to the h'm!votes' for the votes \V.m't I Competent: : : Druggists. Fresh Drugs I $ _

) preposterous the
loard /Trade. \ uldn't it! be We solicit
i a i- .
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ories. -- -- your patronage. : : : : : : t
i ioable to call ar/ther meeting, pnt m- ,-
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our hefts to tfiier and see if you I
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Roosevelt seems to capture 'em all,. :ant th'flk' of something to MV or Can't you ffkd/ny work at all"Plentv.

Democrats and Republicans alike, lo that \ill proms e the interests of sir; iVt e'erybodant Uhe Crescent Pharmacy --

Alien he meets them In social inter his city,; What abut getting the reierences from/ last employer

j I course. Goternor Droward Tampa "Can't you di: th t"'
comes rthern
;allroad here*
tome from the Journey down the MI y- I What "No, Mr /''s beeVdead twent\ 0tk Florida.
abou\a new flepot and
an -j
ap
I abalppl In company with the Press f peal to the ftailroAd Comiaiss: elglit >'ears"t: Illustrated Bit 0;. :
on to : : : :
dent. convlact, like the rest of them, that end \on c uld at least get in "' :

,that Teddy U all 0 K.. and In an in correspondence cnlthese subjects and II ) I t 11'1111' "

lerrlew about his trip, in the tan that U a startler.\ We need DiamondsSolitaire -- -- -
\ somagency e ) .
Tallahassee Sun be says: to cr>s\ llzl public bcntimen* .

"Pres4de8l Roosevelt U a man ,l'rtIII Live /to Diamond Engagement I
j 9aJ agitate: public
whose Bfmp&Vhles are .lth tho masses '8"ue9 and to concentrate public pur- The German Bakery

i of the country, nd enjoys exceedingIjr pobc.e nod to be doing something Rings, Pins, ,

"i their good! s fU. entering Into and as a bo* 'tor the common good Bracelets Lockets and I A BRAN NEW INSTITUTION.
1 enjoying fully IheVrospwUy The Democrat ,
prevail \'\\'a8 doing its ben

lag throughout the ooQ.ntr7 and the to that end, tiut wi\iout co-operation, Necklaces, Cut Glass and Bread Rolls Pies

ooaaeqveat happlnert of the people without the lid of suggestion and and Cakes
\ an
He Is thoroughly..Aaerhin, and de- active publl/sympathy, we Sterling Silver Wedding

sires to bYe U p la ,of ou r little Ouf+city has % citizenry can do equal but Presents, finest of quality and all the products of a first-clas bakery.

country patriotic and to the Wt. but we mot, get together Fresh Every Day. Courteous treatmentwill

i greet yon ia tW war and pujl together if we are to inaugurate i lowest prices. be accorded all. Your patronage solicited

any t.!l tad rushing 1THe and carry
through

fellewsbipSvye. Le wai enterprises for the city's good, and any I J. RUBENSTEIN.

to tea ua. lie knew hi to thaI end we urg tbi revival ot ExpertWatch Proprietor. ; !

aors. Hft does( not Vodjt a :aMt older the Beard of Trade where
men cat
than be did when I uw him Ita JacSatlll k. meetfand ""talk.lt over" and
formulate -Wwe -
c two yearn ago-and ia In 'e_*. plans to help along the
city.
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eltoat feeirth aad 8P rlta. rugged, ....... ..... ..... ,{
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sad capable> of 117 mount of bard.ort. Efen fn Tampa
lley are agitating t3lst.LNOTHING
itt VhU pkJbhjUy that wins for a prohibition \electlon CXCIJaT

.poopte. It was hla perwmallty tha inunlcipal go ert t ai /Own. there Th-' RADFORD 'Health, and, --Accident ,Insurance. 1

eC.ect&d'A.braham' *' UnoolnStephes "''over might'do well\o folio /the example AlWtt*!.3c*lalDso4Quaterp' or Monthly Pntatom

'A. Doutt1asiio\ oratory -oaod r' of -Pmsacola do/ PinS & McEWCN (
aad kpcral
Agents.
some sal eo n The Jeweler ( LIVE OAK, U.
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1 looks. egulatlng It 'w'as'the absence o! uvc P. S.-W* need a few more, good Agent in North Flonda tf .
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s J. M. Cbcsme this morning A telegram ree*ived here the! club to undertake for the next year.

t, from Lake City f X morning- says that; Robert Keywest. .Pqr sale I Many little things were told of the

well known. in ctir circles here, had ; nc.tQ.Idays! by each member which The Doctor

t\t C. 11. 1ms, of Perry, was a guests j killed his wife, The""!, ffalr occurredIn ____ I were both y interesting and Instructive

We city yesterday. Dunnellon jesterday The ciub members Ire very glad to
We offer at a bargain ,
t welcome Rack in thatr midst their Knows

I J H By num wea( to High Springs Walker Pajne leaves this after- six room cottage with I' former pre\ dent >lrs Joel Tucker.

. morning on s aess.thlu noon_. for Atlanta wirere he will takea modern conveniences, on Heretofore tNf cl'jo has held its meet- --

s course at (he Medical{ college in that south Ohio avenue. Most II I ings at the hVt/s of Its different K

\ W Allison is in the city today city. Mr/Pine'is,a' very' capable.stralghtforjMtrd members, but/ or several reasons BETTER than an'body else
desirable residence section [ what to do in illness
K. T. D. No 1. ytfu'ng gentlemanand
m out on i chief of whicjf Is the added interest .

: -- his friends here will wish him of the city. If you are which will 1* takX in the Library, | U C,often knows how to

N R. Peacock, of Perry, was a visitor .- well In ;new vocation contemplating purchasing] t} t club wI'/ bold it ineetings In the I 11C Lttk troubles from developing prevent-

: 1 \: in the city yesterday. home in Live Oak I.i;,rary a rest roonX The coming I into serious affairs.
The Suwannee Rifles have been do- a come i

1 I Bessie Wiggins, of Pine Grove Ing extra drills/nd practice work up to our office and let 'ear bid air to be the brightest ot ; pC does not have to guess and Wteft
Mlss I
,. the club! history and with the loyal ; i ..M experiment-if he is a good
for the past few jteeks, preparatoryto
fnthe city today visiting. us show you this place. OJ PI"rt and co-operation of both :i ini j doctor and knows his business.
the State entiinuxjient at Pensa I l
s i iber end oScers cannot fail to j jI" !
J. M r;. Peacock, of Pine Mount,. cola. Tie rom \DY will leave in a : ITC A LOTS better to b'ng'
MHS R L. DOWLING j 11 J doctor
4 Is in the c'.y to Jay on business. special car Friday morning for Pen sa. I

m } f. cola. EDWARDS REAUY[ CO. Reporter H your prescriptions ere.Suwannee ? N

C. A Johnson, .of the IM 1 Groejettlement. I" "t.tt"rftD unioa. it ___
.. C.V.. Irvin returned from a trip 'unff'dt'rat n
Ioayt.a -- .
Is In ( city I I
'; AeV : down the West Coast yesterday afternoon 'I Word his! ben rt>Ct"ht'from thecs'aut
---- -( Lewiri Building, Room 3. '
He got/as tar down as the general passenger agent it
Capt A. Kr Leslie is reported quite I !
. orange section and I since seeing an Phone N0.fI. the Seaboard Railway that oa account -
in .
sick at his home the, WestSide's : "; i
! orange grow/In /tke and also of tte Ht"Qu:1'Hl: at Pewwcola cue i ,
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's <* a number /finonrape fruit trees ( ow-r 21. !:d and 23d. that twill '
. II. Yanter of Jallahassee; was a ; Drug Company
j I loaded witb lfit, he has almost forgotten JUST KECCIYED. AT sell round trip ticket at $'*.': :) I
k buslnsss visitor In;the city jesterdaf

I ,f .-' -. I about tome of the big! things THE BON TON, good to return October :6th. --

land, of Dowling Park 1.e Mt in Texas. ::1:1: I I II'''' II'!' \" "!!' 111I 11J1111' Irt
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i New line Voil skirts. !
hifltti.tact .
'' Negro Iky
visitors Infill
'R \f 'prominent Dr. Goldstein, on account of rush I New line latest shaped corbCta. -- -- --
: night, about dark, a tragedy
.t.
': of bus'nes! has decided to remain IT i New line silk, lace, dress trimming in Na
".f JI ,- in in the
oc''urrf"ll treet End
; : } M. 't our c'ty until Wednesday fnlnOctober <. braid lace ands, applique, dress Tel
\ II. to.of, Suwannee Station, KOld killing of a little colored boy named .r
ip
if
'J 16th. Don't fail jour
l clti today, attending to busl- Standard IJl6ttt't11, Fashion ShteU Harry Mattair The boys who were i
. eyes are giving you trouble, or )0:1
\ t"U, affairs are In nt-ed of a good pair of glassesto MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. participants In the tragedy and eve BLANKBOOKS
) witnesses tell. the Jtor/ of the killing
see Dr. Goldstein before it is too l1oJ'v aadtNe5
3 C. C. Cook vnd' C. G. Williams ------ about as (larry Mattair.
late. For hU reputation is such thatwe I _
went to Lurt.yUe thla morning on a la a'letter trom Ile\ C. .\. Kidieyn the boy who I ikilled, had been out -
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: do not hesitate to recommend him
, 1+ tqulrrrl bunt. } 'celttdnul.lv. he says, ; "Sunday was: shooting bats aAfr'TifTurnln g. joineda I
. : to the public Et"t4 examined free ,
a bessed d\A, witrais here I spoketo group oTbls playmates and the Stationery, school! supplies -
Offte, Ohio House. 2t t
Mrs. Dr. nut r and Miss Jessie great troves <'>C11 &. m,3p: m., game of "bheriff" was proposed; bone \

. Rater ipent yesterday, at Dowling sign A H. Paul, of the Salvation and 7 : 30 p. m.\. t the mass meetingfor of the number Harry's: gun was inks, pens, paper,

Park .\rmy\8tationed in JacksooviVJe, has men in thofaViernoon, fully fitly standing by the fence and Andre etc.

been in.the clt >toda}. soliciting con decisions. weiy niarf* for Christ. Thj Curtis, also about twelve years o .

} P )I. Padgit( JUid.wHe.< of New tributiorfk for tie special Home Mis- service will /lose \\dnsdav night age, picked up the gun and leveling; Books of the,: Standard
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a} Jtrsfpvat&uAderja.the\ ; city with: won efforV the workers \J Jackson and I will sp via the Suwannee Association it at the Mattair boy, pulled the trig- Authors. Musical In-

r. rtdjett's stster.Un ville are pu ting on foot nsign Paul I Jennings, reaching bonus get with the results as stated The .

_L is one of the\eat know<%harit} work I Saturdaj t Will fill na> pulpit both load of shot struck the boy in tbe struments and supplies. .e

II, C. Darcus. who has been era In the St\le, andynas the confi morning and night Sunda}'," MrKidtfv neck, breaking it, and causing Instant

esitlo! mother Mrs McAlpln. dense of all w\o arable and disposed .1 is at Pel bam. Ga death. -. ..,;.;, .- 8tY

to Citrus yesterday. to help hw rk. He becurd l The boys were up before Judge

a goodly list of sXircriptions in LIVOak Theotnnn's Club. Ccaner for examination this morningand v"

Mr and MreNjXuise returned last and desireJ/V Democrat to'I The 's Club after the officials are considering the
Wqmau its summer -
in the HI. IK ij 11\& h\fW S CO.O
Itjtt from a tw VorthNlarollna upnths stay tender hU than / t\ those who subscribed -.1 I( recess Geld Its first minting Sat- matter to see if it Is advisable to file fCCK

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oaoaatafni of He say, he ftas a warm spot; urda}. Octo&ex ltat the beautiful I Information against the boy who did I

in his heart f/r Live )ak and considers II new home of Mft/fi/ p liutler \Vnlle I the shooting. .
Tte -C un met in regular Rfi
.tt U one (/ the tow 'in which be all the club rs were not present -
j sesftol At aad will hold antK1K met Manager
never fails vJ\en he com i to present t the meeting wVj an interestingand (In the Farm.
se* Ion ht to complete the I and Owner
his workCapt. Hiliman's big: enjoyable/one. \he President "What aL)e\utl(r 1 day, Mrs Corn
1 Ias1Sess bet a lb ody. I
hearted assistance to the'SalvationArmy I i Mrs C. II FbblTroll in\er pleasant,, cob. The sky Iso clear, the sun H'

( work In Jacksonville was I dignified waf, read a very pleasing; I bright Oh it'XanUust perfect." I, .-.---- ,dtal

U A, Morgan / epresenting the spoken (by Ensign Paul very gratefully address outlining in a brief way the! I Mrs. corncy'--os, it ud be a fin 1--)1IY311ONEYA.:
iidnson \\ilsod\Paper Company, TA. ,
work she) thinks will be well for th ,,, 4"i i "u:n Times
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tailed on the IVmoctat this morning I I : I ... ,.. Cetsb aid l..aae hu 'd

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-V. H Clarke is in the city from I j :

1 jl iIi> *rark and leaves this aftet i I FETTER ttCDS FOR SAME HOJiEY. Emporium Store fio \VS. SUE: 6280S FOR LESS IiOy y.1

\** tor Jae*sonv'lie. where he goes u
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fj I Tn SDA\, OtTORFR 15, 1907. L. >. MAI?11IM(\, 'IY'Jlflctor. ,PHONE li9 FREE DELIVERY *
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Woodmen a. toe that tosight ,. l
) Ij-J:> \ A sUipoaevt of ladle. : .
w : > )E, and ;atripm Chiffon Panama .

ls the regufitt. meeting night ot + I II ro.s.: j.i.v t.at of a kind IB thebetter 1 : tli colors' ,. tie Sew shades of brown,
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Browning Camp 45. \V OV., I
II to:1 i. MlL blue. gr- and bUck.
aDd the the desire i I
I fall ttundan officlalyfcf. ,camp. I i.u i comU from $5 to $1.5. < i I happy floe of cloths! for children **

- I ;(9-a.b broadcloth 24 Here.> ; dresses, mIas.-i' skirts and 110>5' panty
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t. i' I coats in all colors, 16. to fit. and cults ,
.Co K. EbeHs. / '
tra salesman
for elng OUr {10 and | 12 aamtvra! are I S.* th k:raona goods, xfcw abort

the Southern/Printers' Supply 1 1r 1'd ; s "pooctaH goo.1. .
: t ircgtlw came. in with the mill eD4J.'I .
Company of W b1 A|ton D. C.. 'w asM t f'y .
t\') -- _i extra jood value at .15: <<,uta. .
.. iiines calUt at th Democrat of- ?'
ace this morning, i if S Ibis' Ot'EIU:"U.tT'. 'I Big stuck of outings anjall' Ulp i. /9

and sold colors lOc.and
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Vvr have: a mill! line of boys'overtats : .\
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J, ,Cottou "Qtnlnr in briskly now .t r 1 to 12 }eats satw. | ht'ITH. .. iES

the Wl trtdVVrill be good from prlc- 13,50 up.C05WORT9 I '.
j HLVyog cSf'CldMd yet about Uw r
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MUl tte.fcV 4IDkLBd
days The
CUab / mer- i I >'jit' Nothing. gain by 'aJ.t ag. 'L.o
who u Uvtrtlslns. will find AND BLANKET. I
Now u the tIme to make JecI
"* a4a I your s> -. .,
ttdfdlng
them In good stead
Ij t Did you bleep warm tact night? I l oanj .

iI I I V>'* &otic*>d quite a few. .n"'f"i, ..
show valut-u .
J, M. Biitoy hu purchased the Let Mi you some good : OOOKS.It .
i lout ytoetef'day. Thus will be-,a b.nsy' '.
tii1.54 Hotel in blankets, 75c to 15.00 a pair.
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F't. White and will you raped: to buy uidlt-rltiU fora : w..-k in our suit department. Before
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a &icsiilrt ''ult. will find
or you we j, you s.-ad off your mall:. order, come.. :l a

rj for the traveling public. Mr. Everything points t- a cold the beat down comforts hbvi the largest and lest stock toM and ce what w. hare. to 085 .if.. .
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a \'ShaSej 1 BILK I-M\KItSKIHTH. judge 6* to prices We 6*.11 6 t.l inch I pleas >d to order a..sp ciaJ. > .*yow
e. our preparation Thi children : t ) 4
Black Uleta petticoats at $4.75 broad cloth at SSc Think} you. will, Wej guarantee all,,off PP.fp alteji'
a. wiU all need cloaks, the ones they ',,( +
& former resident of pay $1 25 for the same grade elsewhere. tiona: Y1'e! at ft'ehtfPelaerlierfegt r rIp
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at DowIIng Park used last jeof are all too lyVe only have,.
11eM4 .ilk. ; t CKW salt ot 9 kind| ., .,
threat Cutouts home this and torn out of style. See the good heavy 36-inch brUUntine vat 4
t ftq fa Springs, Oa., \IK'IDe at the Emporium, for the Percallae and "Heatherbloom"skirts 60c W., have some beautiful dress (i }your good 4Idtsrned. 0De7. ava,: .

z foe the pst alx ladies' children's and young $1.25 to $3.$\ in black and patterns in black Umise cloth small (never to return), .
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i, The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy : :; CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER Anti

t College in North Florida. We secure POS! I IONS for : : ALL OIliER MEDICINES FAILED

all graduates. : :t Mr. W. A. \Vhites eII. Emory. TerI .
.I- P1 writes: "My child hid chills tad leap
((.r four years. We tried all kia* tattnrtltcines.
SCHOLARSHIPS
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recommended He.'bine. We4
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$40 $50 $75 and $90 :'p >! ty ojred. You hare my p to T-ublish this tetimoni:, a* I cnrer-
i fo fully recommend Hetbine to all taoU tib .
.d' "'.iBj{ cbtldrea afflicted &I mine "
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SHOV/ LINIMENT CO.

SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE. L f ST. LOUIS U. S. A.

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"I drav.tng"Yes," Goodies. I ,prize can't I I Live Oak MTg.\ Co. ;1 1i I: Jamestown Exposition :,


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suggested}' .- Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights; I IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.The .


Ie V1tt's Kidney and bladder Phi Power and Turpentine. j' War Path, :=: Air Ship, :=: Naval Uisplaj,

rtl'eve backache, weak kidneys, and Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for I i .

Inflammation of the bladder. Sold* I Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. will interest and instruct you. Do not Jto
by live Oak Drug Co. oct-dw J
I Electric power-Day and night cun'cntfor manufacturing J I I fail to go at once. For beautifully illustrated -

\ To He K\act. purposes. j i folder containing maps, di-.crij>-

Senator A,Ajid'do, most of your Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have i tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to
constituentstuetlon U tk &is you do on this special j:s

? 1"- I attention, and all orders promptly filled. 1 i
Swator \VelT\mot of them I I i FRANK C. BOYLSTON.i
talak as they think I .do.-SomervlHeJourftil. We will give you-good prices on low grade ceiling and ] ,

11 flooring. Come and get our prices. J \r
Pass Agent, Jack*un> ilk t..M.
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tt fu: qj.L&..
PfcMcr lifts you wilt get proml.t a b o judge of hore11t.tih. Kennedy's Laxative Cough S MUF>ni'" #I

wife from backache leak kidneys, aren't you, sir Lsa <... sur> and prompt remedy for ATLANTIC COAST LINE
infeauMtkra of the bladder and ,
j 1 ought be. ate in Paris restaurants cough and colds and is good Co,
urtMry troaktes. A week's trwt-
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rat U for 25 ceaw. Sold by Wee Oak ;
IT e 08."w.* Leader. Liw Oak Drug Co. oct-d |I THE SHORT THROUGH CAK I :I1 I\

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I qneatly made \m that apparently useless until! >o uarv asK N4o say it.
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little tube eaH-d the "appendix." __

It's generally tie: \'Ult of protractedonstipton Out of Sight. J
i.. 'outethiBg DOW and then to SEABOARD
: roitowiae:: Tver torpor. Out o, Mgt.:; out of "i
b 'I'i K.tomack.. Ko ol will do thia. ,Jr. N.. ,
Klug's w I.:f.Pill- regulate old sa>toy which applies with sp.'CK-l J
11 .1 \'<>:"blnatlon of natural digestai' -
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aid vegetable acids and con establish reiu'a' ii''t i ; of the bow et.i Ii I-; b >-'n tread with; Bucklen's Arn'faSilvr Airline Rail1 1 < ', ; l
ta' !' t'! t' same juir., found in a h"'.L i a' !larc.la\
A.- I;- o\fr drug its out of sight, out of mind
tt'lIldch. It i.- ;'i': aunt to ti ," .
'r O<:I-d.. I I and out of ?v'8t ?DC(,'. riles too a'.,1
It ;:;.;:< its what you c.it Sold by l..v _________ __ i j chilblains: Savannah, Columbia, C::PI '
disappear under
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iI.t gTlppathy. I! hull ini r.uaraatt hy Barcla.v A \'g:
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F "Don't Love you rejoice of Country.iiufQi proslwr- Live Oak & Gulf R. R. Co.

!Prool'fs fn 'UheCompaj-iJon r ity of your co\ntry?" ked Mr. Dui *- : Perry :

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"Certainly." angered the manu The Mineral I Springs Route-

.tlt a suspicioyature ".111 I i _

want Is to heel tom jntfUng crowded w Rd7 500D FAST KH.-ND _
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\u-d as a sort of all n."-W ish- Fit ; IEis
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aI rok\ >y's Kidney Care will cure anye A M A.h1 A.MIA.Po 1 P.Ai P.hl 'A.kt : P.At P.M P.M,P.M
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Is or kidney trouble that Is not be-
Sun )\,' San Dex S\ln D.t De San Cun Su.I I Days 1
yond medical; aid. City Phar- Sunday 'oab --! onb San ooh Sun UB "lib anb oabJ't, )
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( t. 1u:1 3n, 9 I tl : 2 52. .,..Mercer. ... )C. 0111 2S b 8 tal 3 Ii 6sllt -
'omll I'nilejrstamlinst.; 18. tit 2 IS S5 .. ... I9att .. 99112! 5 534 3.o 'S
Uncle (to tle; Otto)-la your 17011 !5x 91.. 11 1Rl, 23' ft. \ .. -IA.taiAer. 1711 12 512 a 2$1 3. 1l4t
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mamma going toVrtog. you somethingnice Odl 1% :611 :pp 5 II! .. lowing J'ark 94011 21 S. aM' 3 li' 7 :0

from her trlpv 9 ;!1 s :19 z:: 4 t4 I 4 s w ... _Ch.- 9 30 1. 7' 1 525 II S ('6' :t 1'91NIY ,
ii(9( 5b u 1 111 S 5s sty Nay. Junction 9 H 51. 2 of 6 I 3 300 S 1.s

P.u LJ.1r p.'(JpIe whose pride and name and I Irti.k "Yes. anothennew paja. probaby." !!\ Ise 94 t t it : I j' 971s4'1 9171010 6I S 241 I II' 1
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poduct goes into their stationery have ; 10 sal 1011. 1 4; f 2s I mrth. 8 4710 14 2'
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trout MegKendorfer UlaetterA 115 11eH S et S I I' 0 960 2
of for (111 Q 1 7 rerry 8 l' t 0' 150.i ,
Bond .. b t
J'ftffftd Coupon respective price I 10-'oS- : 71 -Nmrtnn--- SPlitt,... II Oft-9-39 -17.- ._ .

.WI h'kln' years.cipening. I II Card. MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.
I This is to certify tbat all druggists
.V.M ".M ".M ''P.M P.M P.M
R4 ". hurry of today but the old slow care- I I are authorized to refund four money L". Lve'' Lye Ar Ar Ar

4 .h04. that make for firmness and perminance arc j j If ole"s Honey and Tar fall* tour 1t 3!;__ L'!! ___ __ 315 .. .Jrneti.n _2_ __ 1 266

-' ( }) Its beau- !! cough or cold. It stops 3241 12'1 1&5 ........... 141........ 1 51 7 2W
.'. ..44 i.j.vl t' nukinj njEfV) ( ME)) jour 1256 I .1225 602 .... .. 7 << I :f2L
and i the cough heals the lung and pre- 05 12 35 I 691 ...... ..Peeer.o..1441 1 220
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but the deIII vonta rious results from a colt ---I 1 16, ; '; m ........ .. .AItMI....... .. -r. 7 2t.I
t .. {r make it only a distinctive paper- j A MP.M. A.M P.M P.M P.M P.M A.MA.MP.MP.MP.MPMP.M
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Cures! la grippe cough and prevents I : ____ ,
for all b'.ts correspond-
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ks I paper Contains D ex D ex,S.n hn 'S.n I ex Sun I IJ ex'Sun': IS.in f'._ Sun ) n .a

II!;;. I: yo ir :letters so that they will compel a read- I pneumonia no opiate and consumption.The geauine l. ID- sun us Onb onb Only San Only ; ''On : ; -i"
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@QIP@NJ) ( [ [ID@ [Q) CIt} Pharmacy. oct-dw Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Staboard Air Lice and
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j The Only1'ay.IleVhye call. on any ticket agent

'c.I.tlkon their appeal and to reflect the standing i yon going to marry J. i.i: KXSIUX. 1'resia.Mit. U. Po IMU'KIXS.Trunic: M ,nazr.

.. j( "' ., "vf f 1A\M costs i that old fOt sl1?\ - -- \- .- .. -

_+ r then :::9 U\J tJUVIk'J other j S t'-.I love thX\ery ground he FLORIDA RAILWAY

..i b' 1t ptpjri -bat na other bond paper will serve walks on.f \

? e11,. lee I KnoV, but Isn't there aay Time Table No. 2O

other way of getting it?-Loe4oa ,
.:, .HMW. American Writing Pap r Co. Taking Effect SUNDAY. JUNE 30. at 12.D1 A. M., 19It7.
l I Opinion.
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+ 0' __!!' 29 Mills. HOt YOKE, M.SS.rtt' showed, at the battle of Austerliti, w. ., NO.L -----I N.- -he.ci..r.
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- world. Ballard'a Snow Liniment has "iv,_I Esrts.s.tans ....., ,I'"",,1--_ La'n"

shown the public it is the beet Liniment Wan., | M p L .. .1.1.e .... t.-I: 1= ,.
p FrItiNAG! CARDS.IU.VKN. LATEST NEW ORIGINAL '' the world. A quick cure for 1 :111 a m 4 41 p: !...:::::::: :::: ::::::..::::::::::. P.ler.:=: .:.:.:_ :.....:..: : :: : : :I ::
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1 Picture Postcards : Rheumatism Sprains Hums Cuts 7 l W : E. 5,19 u. r p.tit'Ar l r...::::::..:::::..::::: :.:.:.:KE-=:::: :: : _.=.L,. p MM.. : :i 4 i : :
). ; etc. A C. Pitts. Iods. I,*.. say: 00 S2" p424P ml*.. :.. : :: = . .Ar. 9 +7 i
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"1 use Mallard's Snow Liniment in > 5U a m 5 M p m L6........... ......... _..._..._.... .... .. ..... ...,.-. "' a 15i i s p.s
Any View, Anywhere 1Jr\j'l 2& n 5 W p mAr.; ... .... .......!{pa..... ...... ..... a .1' 4. p s
I family and find it unexcelled for 1 5sm 5L"pmLt.... .:.: .. ..... Mats :... .. .
i : Made to Order for 1.s. m 54 P _: *.- : .... ......:=..Jten IVtfn*..: ........ .{::.... : !N. : > f. w
N1Wf.'t chest headache, corn, in fact 1 uam 5 a |.a't.'....... .:. ... .... .S.ftM.1... ........ ..... .... .ffll >i. t h.m
..__ ... 1 Half A Cent Each i ? .O m < N p mtv: ....... .... ........ ..k.M ... .. ... ...... ...... I 43 W ,. n,
; an)thing: that can be reached: by a 2 1 II rn 6 '7i m, Ly........... ....... ..... ......ChawMMI. ........................... t. ,. ..
tied from photograph ftrwarded . ... ... ... .
4" 11.iti TAu any or print j liniment. Sold by Suwanoee Drag 2"1ZS !7 p sItw. Kens sit m
to u' with the order Name- of parts ordering I i ii :} i W .!,>. .... ;...;:...0.....irni.IIWwap..5.5. : .::: :.: ::: S 41 ; s1 It. -
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i! will be impr nt xi on each card as pub &her. with I 10 O.rpAr! ...:. ... ...... ...... .Perri... .. ... .. ..-1.. 1 $ m
hRUOM ..Mr M. i'oetcards n ruJlI'-.J and delivered I
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\I. within Md*?a from receipt uf order copy and .. .
I Alv His Train, ...ttal' Luraville Branch
4ncivtton of kcene-for which a maximum of 58
...... alliwed. l'h *llDile and :'hototfpe "1It>y. nlvaer!" Kelled the urefcla. Itetwttn l.nnnillrilmiirtk..

__ A 4..-.1' I.1 w. _Itw raW Sixx.mtrn SbruU psi ed vritbut as Subbubs riS d by with his arms w.. IUM
ckar... in return for name and address of party I ...... I I..Mds .
a lI I4 I ..qi >.ut-K aywunciu. w' risen on any kind .f a full of bundles v... .. .. W.hnanh .: ... ..... :... :.:. .:.-. ,
.... ... ... ... FwtMv I'uetcard ur vour bus'ne. i>tation ry. 109 "What U 'f''i asked the nervous i N ::t 4 r: :::::::: ::::: :::::::::::: .::::::: i.rarne.... :. ..... ..... .: : '.:: L. J -, ;::
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< ... Aa_ .t ..... M view.......I-KTURK. D itrtbulor POSTCARDS and Manufacturers'one Exclue.vel AgenttPb.toerapber bundles; -ynat have I lost" ?" lUtecn May. '' awe Alton. ,
i "About/two minutes! replied the -'-- --- -- --
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PuM.hrr or Printer (WANTED In city boy dodging out of the way.- I I Iased.
DR. J. \V.VES'f. .. every tt m\ -- -- -.--.. ... ... .. ''' -... -- ..:-. :::. -Ar- IIL
too*and vilU{ LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE GUNTBMT ; :. : : : '. : : : : |
Philadelphia Press. n : A'ta.I .: .: :.... .. lit 0. M
Wnt for terms. TEN Handsmne Ark-

It., to ... .i.4Sorfton.r a..... ilMbwouto and fhotairpe Picture Puatard Train Kh-duIH! t" t. 'I tI' w the- d. 14'' 1. r I I' cc>' t'vltrZAtler.tcfi.tLu.e! northA
: < w.U be rent to arty address on rrreipt ofFVKl2c.J Kenr) 11:. Jones, of Tampa. FU.. bourd at 1. l1aio F'urinrnitdnrFVaruugiat.t..U.r rdnrtr+'" t -.1'} toT
.. tl. .-s' t...... A.....w. STAMPS. ,r \ -. vin. !. rn.i t. I..I'\\I"&I.t 5.6 I'.
vritfs "1 thank God for
: can my pre-
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; ... ... >e ftpr<.lur lions for Any I'wpo..e by A aylr aiiii '
.. .<* .. I ?ure. I tried doctors and all kindsif I _8 l3 _

; oaF. *r*.* rM.14 337 teartorn St. Chicago: ; '. kidney! cure but nothing done nit I
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, Harris 4691 uuch good till I took Foley's Kidno: ___ d_

...- Cure. Four bottles cured me and i .
11a&rr. r>rtCturt> P,.'tards. CulorphotoSttoeg-
tJ-.w .tlt.SON.& .....(.t-... t'a'-ni.n Pcturra for NeWApafer Art .are no more pain in my back and
If its Grain Flour Meal Grits S
S.'J' 'm" .' >. !if". a.IM (.',vtiIntvrt.s, for Edi Moulders. I am 62 years old, andar.rn I-Iay, ,
tMiwiV I .Fe i'j... Ijt .'r3""I1.c.rt S\u.Jies. thanks to FoleiJ. '.
ar repr-oo .... a:1oIHP rf. .-. ar> qua tits .d long but > or anything the Grocery line. Wo
rw till 4"4L t kt.1 ii\ ir .m II..v..t W-r" f T ntu-i 1:.7t \; .>-. Cure: I im well and cana t

: >% a..d enjoy m self. It Uileasure e have it will get it for
b .' /UNIWS or you.
to reconBCBd it to those

ORI C :.<>.-diug a kidney mediciu.-. City: Ten car loads of Groceries in

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WALL PAPER I, ------- -- stock. Some of you merchants


1-.' r '.-4..d t rlk'a "all pa. Proof"of 'al..th'WIIlI. get wise and save
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Laxative FruilSyriif Hix -'He Is W of those fellows

-1.w __ H. |I1. ptUY, at who always s/H, told yon so!" money by buying from ns.
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tt'tII.r Pleasant to take Dlx-Yes; bat \ever v,ears anew
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hat after an electionBrooklyn t
--- -- The new laxative. Docs Easie.

L k ti1N nU'II, Visiting Merchants are 'ordially invited to male our office tit.;;r .***-
not gripe or nauseate. quarters while hi the r.ty.
r i" .rBt40oArNU.tm. .\ Most Wortbl1kl*.

., C.Matra. Cures stomach and liver -* CLD A. C.1. FREIGHT DEPOT -"-
When an article has bites on tht-
t--. Ms.l IlaMti4.g. troubles and chronic con- market for years and gains friends i
title-

s. Few< n.oaiDA. stipation by restoring the evedy year, it is safe to call this nvlicine live Oak( Brokerage & Commission Co.

a worth) one. Such is Bal
natural action of the stom-
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J. LVtii ard's Horehound Syrup It new .
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ach, liver and bowels. 'irely cures coughs and all Pulmoi

Yrwt_ ,' C>>rrc 5Oo- :ary diseases. One nf the best knu.
(A.tu. "ub.U' :
lItfA Use the best Brick in the
'I. AHI JIWftEftut merchants in Mobile.I .Ala says: State

-_ .......... ..".. .. la n.ost cases consumption result* "For fire years ny family has not

.... .' 0 .... ... ",.. '.t.-ji a neglected or improper! been troubled with the winter coug'-
IT'S lAVE: 1"t-
r -t.tJ l'() l1. Foley's Honey and Tara we owe this to Ballard's Horeh.oun,1

I! -NI tee not obstinate coughs and Syrup. I know it has saved my children

Lj)'), nessi\fi nun .ou'*>.BO.nt.more serious than results.the unknown It cost pre Sawannee from many Drug sick Co. spells oct-dw Sold b) The Callahan Brick Co. Callahan. la.; )

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'" "'* lardtiona and you should Insist ui>- A baby in the house helps swell IY-
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I I. n l&Unc the genuine in the yellow rubes of the gas and electric Ugh

... .. .''':one : pat:kag.. City Pharmacy. oct-dw. companies. W. H. Goodbread, Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l Agtfor; Live Oakq







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J. B. BARTON, President.
H.M. WOOD Chainlt+4I t....... ....
E. J. BlUME, 1st 'Vice.Pr sident. ARNOLD P. MICKltR. CIntt ...
D. L. BYRD 2nd Yice-President.


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Wb. Ms1U lame Thk1'ar In the of twenty was to be taken in

't''I. I\ \lotion and I'men.. Thursday local lodge night went and ui a there crowd to from officiate the 11111.aB aB FOUND AT S. J; WHITE'S:

of the O tD-
.erG>. the first dy ,
When it wu found that liquor was ,
bsr tens of the Criminal Court was
upon the breath o: ODe of the candidate -
*.U fUfed with business transacted B _
t and that h, was almost ra
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l Two Ok** were tried notwithstanding; to.i tl"d f was decided jo excludi B r .Y The finest line of. Hats X11(1 Cap
Ite jury was sot empGaeled until two y
.dock !a the aftrr&oou Ol these,I I in from th lodge. lie/refused. to I R 0B for Men and Boys.
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be excluded.A coinmiUec went 'a 0B j jII
OM wan eoDY'dL'tI and one aegatltted.wUlie
I 1 in. aad told \1m that/ e could no* 0B
PtBka > wa3 convicted of selling II Winter underwear both cotton
t>c in Uatel whUe drinking and that
without license and Tom
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Walker was acquitted of a.rtltsstt e ;Auld. have t lea He still rt', E and wool for Men: and Boys. :
Wted B
: a-ge. ) tt ut t'tii that We commitUe to'.J B .
I I R)UfftfurTtoiBas plead guilty when

J"|J/ arrajffjfd.to a charge of assault andV end kuu an tJ at attempt Le wow vim be made forcibly in that eecte'1 cJi, B B Wool! over shirts, fancy dress shirts, men's fancy silk vest, bop
baf ery. J J. Kinsman wa arraigned
rectiow The drew his revolver '
ofcaUjldate
; /and plead guilty to the charge of selling and childrens clothing.
accordrag fc the report. and E -
;I ./ pleading liquor guilty without to the license same; Jas charge Neat, fired twice. ,Wh tAer he was shooting :- E II I ; Extra pants for school wear. Black Cat hosiery for men, ladle in l]
cwmniittiL '
at the or was on ; 1-
was fined |200 and costsTwo C'a.eI and children.
bluffing is not kg\\\'B. He later '
I I wert* tried this morning.: The court '
t calendar while large will be cleared seemed to Tealiae woi\h\ position and Best line of childrens dress and school shoes to be found in tacky.( : j
left the halt The of the lod/;" Iii
very likely thU week.
than proceeded aDd passed off veryplrasantly B All at the lowest prices. Come in and lets show you, :

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has just leaked 0 t f what came what do joa thin/ \ our grand oldriver S J WHITE
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i near be'ng a very se tional happt-a- .
j 1 Th Pies'dcu/t! AipingMils glasses
lug at the'lnstallaWoodmen )t Jl of a lodge a*
t and looking at/t again)-It's bullrUut .
of Id at Hahira
th0VO
don't you/Mnk the water might SHOES AND FURNISHINGS
I Thursday night; T rules of the
order are said,to be s. ry strict along be improved / rUle by boiling it?- U
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t t -c_ I clothes ought to know each other better. s


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

i I kh h t fi /;. 1//1' fact that better clothes ls
,', ; more stylish, more perfectly tailored, nc\.er came from f

i ., (.abIj \ 1'k (I ." // the hand' of a tailor. y
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; overcoats are certainly very snappy; you'll find \cur

r... '. kind .here. It is
hardly necessary to say that Hart Schaifaer & Maix

1 'c_ \L ;::iii; clothes are always all-wool: you get no-cotton mixture stuff under that ame. y yif's "I


r f Other departments are full also of fine seasonable goods; hats en t': :Vestbloc : ;

!I! '. !. -: shirts and neckwear like a regular flower-garden ,': c1 1 >r .d j i ;.'':h 'IBUTLFR :

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