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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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vaIL II. No. 192. LIVE OAK, FLORlD.\, WEDNESDAY, ocronEit IC 190' TEN CENTS A WEEK




lr POWDER" MillS ME) ,!I A PROMISED ECLIPSE IN THE POLITICAL HEAVENS. PRESIDENjHJflUCmNG IT



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INDIANA, COMPLETELY : NOT GETTIMHjJSAU BUTIWJOYIO -

DESTROYED |, CAMP
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HORE THAN 600 WERE INIURED HE TAKES /A COLD SWM :




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BwiJdlDICS Torn to liters More Than And Said L excise Was KxhUarmtgtambonl. -

Two Miles Away
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Fonunet, Ind., Oct. 15.-Fontanotwaj
C
-l La., Ott, 15.Arrlvala
practically destroyed today by
from the bear encampment tell
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the explosion of the plant of the Du- 1&g- laky
) marvelous storieaf of the president'shardihood
pont Powder Company. The dead
and oipacity for
roughing
amber from twenty-five to fifty. ::
It. When beVcarried his, blaiketr
More than 600 persons were injured, -= -
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= == with him fro/ the upper camp last
and every building in the town was -= ,
_-- -= Friday and t fat night and next more-
leveled to the -
wholly or partially ;
$ lag, ate onl cold bread aDd meat be
grog ad.
tad taken I ibis saddle pockets they
where stood a thriving and busy
marvelled that a president tou'l4SO 5e
town of 1,000 people this morning
easily satisflea. but when he Jumped
tonight there is ruin and scattcrelwreckage.
into Bear Lak* for a swim at daybreak -
.
this mornfcg the astonishment
Without warning the powder mill,
was almost wiUfout bound.
even in number, blew up at 9:15 ui', ,
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r TIe thertn titer re 8tered lea
th's!! .morning. They employed 200
than 40 degj es and moat of the
men. and of these seventy-five were .
others in tpe party were huggingthe
at work when the first explosion occurred -
-=: camp fire. The president plunged -
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mill. In quick
In the press
F .. into the \\ \er as soon as he arose,
irceulon the glazing mill the two ,
,,,.., rr uA swam a hundre yards to aa island
rolnloR mills and the powder maga-
and then returned, declaring upon .
aiDe blew up, followed by the cap
;-wr ? h landing that th4 exercise tad bee
milL In the magazine, situated several r1j/P
r exhilarating and! that the ater was p
hundred yards from the mills 14'l/
11//4i warmer than tfceVlr.
rote stored 40,000 kegs of powder ,
It is now the .,resldentJ purposeto
Wlea ltfclew up the concussion *
... Bartholomew in Minaeapalie J. irtial. close his aunt Saturday and come
was felt ne\Jy 200 miles away. '\
into StamboulXearJy Sunday. Oa ,r
lousiXtwo miles and !
Farm away
PROGRAM COMPLETED OFFER OF TUB POSTALTo Monday morning) be will leave for
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ckool houses equally distant were EARTHQUAKE MASS.
I Vicksburg wh.re he is to spear '
tor* to pieces andVthelr occupants I For Great State Reunion of Confederate Employes to Form Union for Monday afternoon.

lijurrd A passenger min on the Veterans In Pensacola.Peosacola t Their JlutuHl Benefit.

MI four railroad, f+r piles away ,
I Oct..J.-Tb..e program ,'tlJE IIOCK L.\STJoU TWO -O& A OONYILTS LtJCJL
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1 ..4 trrry car_ window 1troken, and, THREE SEXNDS New Yor'f Oct 14.-The following .
? : for the reunion of the Florida Divi-
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stral pai... era ,wer injured by ,ion of United Confederate Veterans announcement to the telegraphers in Inherits Fortune But Moat Finish 8U

lilac c'auTt I : the empty, o
eJegrapt1 Yean Term.
I whit his to convene here next week

Uxt ..explosions mills went,\up toll w three ninety dlfed I on the 23, has been completed, and FOUOMD[ BY SHARP BPlOSItN: Cable Company was made last f night Asb ry Par, N. J., Oct. 14.-

It is anticipated that the meetin The Postal Telegraph Cable Company When Frank Thompson a eomvict lathe x
Bts t.. fitter by a fir fi, even more
will be one of the most successful State prison at chalk
appreciative of the Uyal spirit Trenton
tr!.*. tha* the he when the (;rt'atIJ'Iamu't), Many People Hw I
ind largely attended to be held in I' I displayedNty have served his term of six year oa
..UdDe wen) 1m latel)' fol- From Their Iloux-s I the employes who remained -
many years. Railroads have offered two charges, he should not find It
".'teg the explosion t! e wreckage : faithful and by/those who
cheap rates for the occasion, and 11'i hard to live an honest rife. To bU
kid
Inhabitants to the old
came
cttcbt fire and the of the whey so many J
addition to the many hundreds of old Lowell Mass, Oct. 15.The heavy great surprise he finds himself today
...i, "to rushed to t'ie rescue of employee abandoned /heir duties, be- i
". mill employee found themselves vets who will be here, it is expected rumbling ofvan earthquake was felt 1'eve that l spirit may be I a wealthy man. ID a rouadaboit

that there will also be a large crowd in this city an a. in suburban townsat way a letter from an attorney of
strengthened
... into
In a
| rl *s to aid those burning
tit mint They worked frantically attracted to the city At the same 7:30 o'clock\pnight The shock powerful/ IS'lO for maintaining Manchester, England has found its

U coottant danger from possible time, tV Florida State Troops numbering lasted two or thrre seconds, and was good r U the company way to him in prison, informing aim

.wee 4lBc explosions, unmindful of alXt 700. wilt go in camp at followed by what\ppeared to be a and it* employes and the preventionof that under to will of a wealthy relative

tb' ruined homes. Fort Barrancas, and lhe young and sharp explosion, In a few instances sup/ movements as culminated la in Eng\nd be DM iaherlted t

ttsbteeo: bodies: burned and old soldiers ,min le together in chinaware .throw /to the floor the 0 urreoces of last August, and $150,000. At \e close of hi. tern

..4s&vd. were carted to a protected the citjv.; The progr m for the ocassembling -!; and in many dwe ling the dishes it has a fore ia rftnlunction with the accumulated Interest of, year

casion is %foU."s: I rattledx: The\ earthq/ake alarmed will bring his to t *r 1200.- ,
..*. t. a.identification, while the its empl ;'e 'd ided :BO form an aa- fortune :r
First da>-10 a ml. of : se/tions 000.
of the
persons IH various those emfRo
t4lf lajVTed. numbering upward of I soelatiottof >es who have
convention in 'armor | hall, and called and of Ihem from I While The log taken
trey "". put on a special train and city manr ran faith in th,\dlspo on of the company peon as

tit \0 Terre Haute for hospital to order by adjuta i general with their houses fearing hat same great i to de t. I.. bly with them who to prison inh he Vbeersheriff (ed to the

Colv J. Maglll and sponsors and maids ; disaster impending So far t'd b from the
was as p
kc*... NtaU0ns. Nearly every one i are opposed to Kxikes. commotion o*

.f U. l m Inhabitants carried I of honor present. I can be learned no great damage!; was II coercive Aeasu/esVind who recognizethe Freehold jail tovTrentoaj

Prayer._by the cha ain Rt. Rev. done "It's for' who have
at point easy
I4 w kasds and face' from his .>r any plaid\ trutk thai their own pros
Iw I Edwin G Weed. The shock was also felt in Lawrence perity & boundVij2\ prosperityof good jolty to be\hos\ 1. When a
ae "weds, or those of people I i
I Music '. i at Londonberrv., :\. II. and man's dow and ctit hf to
.*. b4 r....lr+xl aid I' the ompany. Sue &an associationwill gtea. 7
Address of welcome by Mayor C. I other' points in southern New Hampshire beVallVd the "Pas al Telegraph temptations OTyBtarveWto death. Give 1!

HIM Mtrtkt Wade and mother atM C. Goodman on behalf of the city. | Employes.. AtsooTatfOny and its object a man a good living Jand there' ao of

of Col C. V. Thompson, in i reason why he shouldn't
Address be boiest
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'. it* dry last night, and will will be'\o ecure to the companya
behalf of Camp Ward, U. C. v. FRANCIS .JOS.l'U IMPROVING. and what your well-ftd moralists call
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al. ** r tatttfe home in Live Oak. _. loyal working focce and to itsmembers
Responses by Major Gen E. M I -- anempl' went undisturbed 'an ornament to society' When
M Y1 a/. boa purchased the Live ;Marked Change for the' Iktterax

**.. ...4 there from }Ir. nell Law Votictxloterday.. by (actions E* king to coerce or Thompson has "done time" he will

Annual address by the division have an opportunity to live
to his
.M .>.1 MUBH the business at the TTirt embarrass or haj the company or up
Vienna .Today has
Mon Mall J MV>nn. the very commander, Major Gen \\ilHam II its eraplo>es. ar s further object philosophy.He .
brought a distinct cbante for the better -
*....*! 'td popular manager of the Jewell. in thlll condition' of Francis will bP ende nc'al aid to its was convicted of stealing a

*.., ., Np tine Miss Wade belu; Afternon session-Annual orationby w v Joseph, the aged king of
*r*.* 4< esVich to secure his sera Rev. J. B Mitchell of Orlando, on .Vustria-Hungary. emperor wt'ose illness of also in cake\ of Q Lt g, TJ e directionsemploves residence at 412 Sewell avenue 1m

.. nattVr. Mii I :\f Wade is a The Old and the New South, with Incidental the last fortnight has r aroused the Interest in which sich an association may extend this place in July. tVIUwse

1 **4..i. .f bharSnacy atfe a regliterH music. its actlftlies for toe benefit of its -
of tbe civilized world and the
$ trMUt add wll also be in Regular order of business, and report members luaAeasJy be een. The I "Ktricken\Vlth' Apoplexy On
apprehension of his subjects The
**. st., committee on credentials. that this W iyness Stand.
t A v%, comeshere from of company conttftynatea association r
? doctors consider tha.t the immediate \4f
*.. tarrta Evening session-Vocal quartet be made the means of
_ where ih* baa been In danger has passed sinless unforeseen may I Fitxgerald.ftK.OcL 14.-While

*..*%*.. f1o c.>.\ly. but/was formerly Messrs Garfield. .Anderson Bushnell I complications arias, and as a result remedying 1 complaints by affording the case of the Statt against Hall for

, &*% Bartw ..h_r Jtth her father and Walker. has the a a remevl by means of which burglary was on trial this afternoonin
- hopeful anticipations come to
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**** 4I1ctf'\S' drui business suet Recitation, violin and vocal solos Viennese in place of the fears and such complaints e may be properly Judge Wipple' /court the pro-

t .... .rtyv' xu Wad( has acquaint- by prominent musicians of the citv I forebodings of the past three days. I considered and also that it may be secut'ng! witness James Green was

&Si h. who are very glad to wel- Reception and banquet I : turned to thY>urpO8e of self help stricken with ao sexy and fell from

.... kf to Live Oak. and the good Second day-After convening and they will be !>>t'rvt1.1ith a fine dinner aDd the advancement of its members Isis chair dying Wmoet Instantly. Mr.

trNltai .f the city will give her a bearing the report of committee and other deltdcies.In I especially educationally and materially Green was an aged veteran of the i

14ly ireUng. Miss Wade is t selection of the next place of meetIng the evenraz tie valerans will all of whifa objects will have civil war, and lived a abort distance r

*... MUauble young lady who will and election of a division! commander attend the attraction t the operahouse the hearty support of the company. out of town. Judge WhJppto Immediately '

serve a liberal patronage for the veterans will board u and witness th/production of CLARENCE H. MACKAY, adjourned court until the

.... where the Two Little-Rebels. President .
.... steamer for Santa Rosa island, : next day.f'
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and use in te //oonful doses after I IHt.h -i
\1 SIMPLE TEST. \ ,'.. i i i i i
each meal and at bedtime. \ ere any I+ f ii !

If tieKidneys Are Affected of the symptoms\enumerated above !+

V-od; DOW to Cur-? Them at Home. are present goodf results are sure to : I'
> louow immediately the use of thl : .
'A well-known authority states that
there are more /cases of kidney simple prescription., I 01

trouble hero noar than ever before,

s bile recent reports show that more forget- -Baby is Lot restless We can't slep at i j ILIVIi QM
people succumb each year to some I
form of kidney disease than any other night won't eat cries spasmodical Ii t tA
cause. f )' bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge t
never falls to cure. Every mottwshould .01
examinetho
When Wore Is sickness, .
her baby White's Cream ; t
urine. Rheumatism is only :t give :
It I* Vermifuge. So many times when it jol
symptom of kidney trouble. I
othlng more \less than excessive the baby is pale and fretful, themother : !
doe not know what to doA + oj
uric add in the blood, which the, PUBLISHING
bottle of this medicine would bring
have failed -
iluggUb! inactive kidneys i
color to his cheeks and laughter to
le/vlng
to sift out. it to decompose '
Give It trial. Sold by
his a
eyes. :
and mus-
and Mettle about the Joints -
ties, causing intense suffering; frequently Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw : ;

I"CAlUg in deformity; often' .
Insanely
reaching: the hart when death en -
sues. \ Mrs. JrSosh-You brutfi, ; Is it pos :
thA sible that yotKare drupk again! ?
Tains acroHti back frequent
supprelaed ilr. :lcSoshnk I must r c, COMPANY
painful and urination and I
m' dear. If I w/gtniH wouldn't have :
other symptoms offweak bladder are
the nerve Income homewt' you in
sot the only signs kidney trouble; K.
thish beastly condition o' to Skatloo.Cleveland .
disease, headache
many cases of stomach
pain In the eart Inactive liver, Plain Dealer.DeWltt's :

etc.. are but. symptoms; the cause of Carbolized Witch Hazel : !
which can be tr ced to feeble clogged
Pills. Sold by Live Oak Drug Com- i
tldceys. f .
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octdwJulius
The physicians for the insurance paay. i .,.e. : : II n I ': I I
companies ala ys carefully etamite
Caesar.was t i iI
aDd report on he condition ot the
of but sickness left Book News and CommercialPRINTERS
a man nerve
vine. It II a ce taln sign of sickness 14 14Ita ,
mark and he became aged before i
or health of the tl1Qan body.t
time. Sickness is often caused j
1 t, his .
A teat or the rlne should be mad :
by a torpid liver. Hert>ine will regulate + ,
by every man nd woman at least +
once each yea A simple test Is to jour liver and give you health. ; T'
Mrs. Carrie Austin Hollon. Kansas ,
void a small /uantity of urine in a I
I
writes "1 consider Herbine! the best
bottle or glass and let it stand over : .. I ; ,,,,,,,,'" ": :"00- ,, < I ,
medicine I ever heard of. I am never i Ii.
I tight; next morning if there is a I
reddish brie -dust sed'ment. or white, without it." Sold by Suwannee Drug :t ..
Co oct-dw + .
...
Beecy subs&nee present either consult +' .
.
some putable. physician or takea .
Cruel ut. + .
good vegt able treatment. The following '
proscription is recommendel She--Do yhu tjnnk women as a I': I

highly in tijeae cases and if desirablethe rule are fickle IX nded?" 4 : NO job is too large and none too small for I
suffered He Not nq ss z ilr. I have notlc-, 4.
mix it home.
can at Any
good prescription pharmacy has the ?d that whej/a. womaw reaches a cer- 'I! us to handle, and everything in the :
.aln age sle sticks to it. -Illustrated 1 .

: inexpensive Ingredients; which are harmless and DHs. ...- Printing Line comes easily within our limit. !
: Compound Kargon. one II i ,
I canoe; FlJd Extract Dandelion, one- The proof of a/fi ol lies in the consistency
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1 hit ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. of his/refa\l! to change his

I tree ounces. Shake \" : opinion J"" I*i 0 DR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papersis I

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: Iti one of the largest carried in Florida, i

\ and with well modern
i ""i : a equipped Printing i


I iji Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we ;


i IS THE IDEAL SUMMER DRINK i : can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as

t When the genuine is bottled you get an : i : and prompt as any establishment in the :
ideal drink of Coca-Cola, superior to + : .
I that served at any fountain.. Just exactly ,tt: South. A trial will convince. Samples and :
{ the proper amount of the Coca- \ -
_t. t
Cola syrup 13 used; just the proper I i.::: Estimates Furnished
_ chamia used to carbonate the water. The on Application. i
sparkle. flavor and purity is all there because' ;; *I'" \
only the purest diat Jed water is used with the : : 1. ,
penuin Coca-Cola in sterilize 1 hot ties. Keepit ', -
ways in TOUT refrigerator and drink ..
the bottled article wherever you go I I :, .
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-"' J&cbo.I1I. Coca-Cola Bottling Ccmpany :t : ..
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Live Oak Bottlaing Works Sob Agents. J I... We Make a Specialty of Mail .

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Will :Prescribe Red Rock ;:

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If he does as many others do who know its merits. j: i
.It baa been endorsed by hundreds of sanitariums, :'I
thousand of physicians and myriads of home '
throughout the country as the Greatest of All ::
Temperance Beverages. It relieves indigestion .'

and ayspepeia Say RED; and ROCK never causes Say it constipation.PLAIN i':f LIVE OAK FLORIDA i

SoU rcrrbcr in t.nv.nd mH bottle or Sc a ties [o'r I::
fnaor Ualbottli 0c 2

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NEWS OP LIVE OAK AND
OF INTEREST Locals And Personals
8UWANNEE COUNTY GATHERED
imiKFtY CHRONICLED I
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-M--r r.'rakfl, of Lancaster, is in I I News comes from Madison that e..r () I NOTICE.I .

.... tdat. tr.CJ t.to Quincy McCoy, agent of the Seaboara .ftor ale have sold myylrug business toMiss

Air Line RailwHuflhere. and formerly I Myrtle Wade,\'ho will continuethe The Doctor

.... ii Ipaburg. Is a visitor in the :Heabg/roNOffice here, is the business as here fore

..., tltda proud father of a pXitty little gin 1 assume all e I bills and will
baby _act's friends held all extend We offer at a bargain, collect-all accoijnl3rdueXhe old Llvo Knows

a 4f 1'I'u- Orois congratulaHons., six room cottage with Oak Drug Company. /

... ... f -- modern conveniences, on I thank my/customers who have --

There dill be a social at the residence south Ohio Most been so liberal with their patronageand

<- rul' :t:: iHeic Park is of b rs. George" Wolfo Friday avenue. ask that they continue to patronage BETTER than anybody: et.e
desirable residence sectionof what to do in IUne a
a. d ....... evening. Tne Ep orth League will the business. W. II. BELL.A .

entertain and X ost enjoyable even- the city. If you are UP often knows how to prevent

I tih1.. 1a caster. U in Ing is antlcipatgoSyThe young peopleof contemplating purchasinga New Grocery Store. 11C little troubles from develop--

.. .... ..... I. the city aryl lnvit and a special home in Live Oak come We have opened up a first-class ing into serious affairs.

invitation is Extended tcrvthe BapUb. and meat market In the
grocery new
4.......... U .... Young People's Union. '. up to our office and let .vlcCullough Block. Our stock is UP 1IC does experiment-if not have to he w pies a *cwd and

.+ti ..sa". us show---- -- you this----- placeEDWARDSREALTY .- fresh, and our market first-class. doctor_ pu and___ knows_____ his_n_ business._

The County Commissioners;+are in Call and Inspect our line. Fresh x
m..... tlaM". ....)( the prom- session today' and have been making fruits arrive daily. Country produce IT'S A LOTS better doctor to and M Win IS*f

_.. ____ w Up My today. tha final f(review of,the tac r books bought at highest prices. Bring u-i your prescriptions here.
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,. prev1ou to J the acce tan fe,by he GO. your chickens and eggs. All orders
..... t S ** *. *. |)k. lily toacralrs. : lbe.lbelng --
board aid ,tur1 ed o'ftr to have prompt attention. Free deliveryto
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the tax jonel'or. matters are
all parts of the city. Phone 13 S
boar Lewin Building Room 3.
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'before te coa- for what you need.
U IB theStation g SuwanneeDrug
.. .a111r & deration, whlcu has kept them busy Phone No. 44. DAVIS GROCERY CO.
most of the entire day.

L'= Criminal Court Today.
Uto Company
W. L. Tedder. is baring his residence JUST RECEIVED AT The Criminal Court Is busy with
4My today.H .
Israla avebue
lot on" cleared oR the docket and several convictionshave
/ THE BON TON
and will ;:begin work soon been secured. In yesterday',: z
& 0 ...... ef iMl Hlnk. Is Abe
New line Voil skirts.
: J on his built on the account we had the fine of Jas Nealat
... s !. l 'tty today. foftnVresidence New line latest shaped corsets. -- -
lot. The plans am
$:00. The fine Itself as Imposedwas
= New line silk lace dress in
design trimmings
\ on the most modern and when
,
e1. ... ..1 ).. -"f' braid lace ands, applique, dress $350.: or as an alternative thepajinent
tnli; viill co..bUbe on\ of the
.... /It ....... .. t"" Y" seta goods. of f24tand all costs and for
handsomest residences on the avenue.In the father oft defendant who U
Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. :
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"' et .......,..10 SUtJairfyryto MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. but a boy to tak him home. This BLANK BOOKS
) the retirement of Mr. Bell from reraoVal
.. ... a.a..t.g -' _. would be his fromAhe county -
the drug business here .ive Oak will -- -- as his parents!do no/reside in
--r-- lose from btfajnesa tJtcles} a gentleman eU. Songs, duetS, recitation*, I /
Oil***. was a :SuwannecKpunty.:

...._ ....,...... city today who enjoy*' E wide reputation marches etc.> 4 l (rflll the program, In the cY -at'Charly Bosier. the

-- -. for business intfftJty- and his many .ull of boautifufftv tures. All who solicitor ha& filed a ne/ Information Stationery, school supplies -

I We- a pror./.e. ,farmer friends will bo 'orrKh has decidedto possibly can ffeould IiHend this ser covering tha former arge and the 9
retire the chuig business. vice. Every body Is Invited and will Dismissed. i inks, pens paper, 5
It .". t ay/trad- from old one This charge was
be made welcome. \
t4K However, MT Bell will ndtJeave Live I II selling IIq voJ without license. The etc.

Oak, and be bespeaks the patronage \ I care of Jno. oster/ barged with assault -

i *, J II t..i 8-arborouR. of KllaMte. + : of his firmer customers for Miss Y terd liar. ha111,. dook had to and attempt commit murder, Books of the Standard

|/>M BMKftlBK ,In ,-t.wn. Wade his successor in business. round up n fO-wom."ho.. hadrflj& is before the jury as we go to press. 'Authors. Musical In- ,
.r ra an c. a e was > bit- .
t In the case of Anderson Jordan, J
tor a una lsslbn yyrfterdayctjmmlRfion
1 is still quite sick charged with selling liquor, Jno. struments and supplies.

9 M u%;.royRoMbnrg. c&i A at his resident, and the coutt works afte o n. adjudge Jackson was a witness and on being

......... ,...M b. cityHUM. hmt'J tir falling to D puty de he naan hd be will b': called failed to answer to his name
J J iJg'ihOIs I sent to the State asylum for the Insane -
Mel husUintelnd, lollngv I and was fined by the court $5, and

however, in good sbap\ / Mr.:.,-.flickersoA I today.In an attachment issued.
;' 1 ,fco)M MeD visiting Is ymatesial witness lug num- Sam White, charged with larceny I
yesterday's Democrat the local BOOK K NEWS CO.
/1. ...tMs arc tf>eta. returned to ber or-tfie cavs on. the docket, which was tried and a conviction secured iLH, ar ,
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Item to
fcrrlng Mr.xBaIley'g
# going
'J .+11& A.'H.n4r. will probably necessitate these cans
into theM otcl business at Ft. White
going; over until next term. Conlerate"tVI'I10 Reunion.
was partial incorrect la that It .4
R 1(r '*r. of Santa .. Word has been received the
Jfom
stated Mr. BaJVy had purchased the ManaK'"
r COOK
N ttlslrltl MI.'f S B Udrn thfj1BKT Sunday nlg&i a',, the Methodist hotel. It now/pears that Mr. assistant general" passenge/ agent ot and ( .nrr
.... church there wiU.be special service Seaboard
a Bailey has lezsedhe property for tbe Railway Jnat, on ac
under the ausplot of the little folks. fro/i count of tfca Jjfeunion! at Pensacola cu
one year Col. j L. Lee: theowner.
s- -A fit. or Mrs. J. C. Baiaaen n&s been training! October 21, 22d anjT23d. that the \ ,
ThevDemocrat
M __ flt... r a **.*l... loci-. them for seve/al week\and there will reporter drew will sell round trip'tickets at {!>.uO. OLF itONFXAtDTAi
the wrong Conclusion fro It- the la- ,
ttyi. ..... 4 1.... OK I+v.j Co. be a very interesting pro\ am render- gnn.1 to return October 2<>th.
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I N ..... .... I. take ; ;
i SUITS DRE88 GOODS. MJW OITTU GARMENTS. no.,..
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w a ..., .... C.It for the heavier Just a word abot set .* 0. 4*
:New shipment of fine tailored Preparation Correct In style and making-else

t puH.0 two alike. Coats are loose drt-hsei must now begin in t'arnth garments: wouldn't be here. partment.
The "Ultra" UM for ...... k.'
semi and tight fitting; short, medium est. You will shop wisely and t'nder regular prices merely because -
I c tta 1 ... W lt ttaa.ttltM. well If get the needed drew given better NU.I .t tk.. ...
and long lengths. Alterations free. you it's our way of doing. Women
. ., for here. shoe we ever ......... W" '.".
i We guarantee a perfect fit. :goods and girls should provide the fall co.'-
...... M.dits 0. a complete line of fn** .> < '%
-- Just able to offer
ay4t i ---- now we are tunn this week and should get it
.. It'_ a. .... aa9err" ; I excellent new fabrics In the favored fords for ladle iM'-irvii *' t "

.. .. bs Awe ,.,ert"1 I shades, at prices that urge bare fants. See ou : '.e ." .,.... .

... tit j economically Inclined women to COATS. shoes before b .y,r.g 'L *- ,

I share in the barsalns. '

9 tt .... ...-rl..... r..r-,! 5 l-lnch broad cloth all rotors, Woman's long coats-oa
f ..4** Wi at Sac a yard. S
-cl: T T f i Broad cloth, ladte cloth Kersey I
I 36-inch briallantine at 45 cts.
; :: ?4 : h 36-lMh voile at $1.0 -; and mixtures' in Mack, brown, grey, i

Panama all colors. 6Jc toFlannel carter and tans. Loose and fitted I

t $1.50. models. Exquisitely tailored. BefIt

thm ...._. c....... 'I. to boo % *, outings, madras, linigs and trimmings. AH sizes in !

.. __ .* ... ..asatw. trt t toe I I silks, ginghams chambry: and one style or another. Prices $6.50

.- ". .., a. M.."f. 1. A :
domestics will be found in large to 30.90.. See the window display
.......d *.4 |i .. ikMHiyr Th > flr-t ,I I j
l quantities and very close prices.i 1
...... e1 .s art *|n.i Nl/t.br' U' I
REMNANTS.
ft .4| to ......yf Nblkatlo.tt i: "
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SKIRTS.
A ...4t 4 |. .vl. n>BftKrr and 1 COMFORTS AND BLANKETS. We still have a large assortment ',

II t .....It. w I.rb4.f From Chiffon, and voile skirts Did you sleep warm last nght! ? t t I
... tt.J.. M .......,. It panama mill! ends of glngbams.chambryma.M i
-" ip- la black, brown and blue, plain and Let us show you some good values non'Hnl"H >\TWc >. ,
_at t$. sa....... .HI be neatly trimmed. One of a style. in blankets, 75c to $5.00! a pair. ras. pereal and table linen. Price t I hue a small .... elf s.,. t

t's"p.... ... r.... I" ..,t nla c and Prices $4.50 to $20.00. No charge Comforts. $1.25 up. $3.50 for are less than wholesale at the pre- overeats, 4 to 12 JM' ......

: .:. .1... .... e..!... -ttl .. awaited with for alterations. the beet down comforts. sent market. prices $3.50 op.'T' .

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' I ( CONSTIPATION. DYSPEf.

;1 ,'J Ii j I I Q UUILKLY CURES ALL'*.MALARIA.UVER COMPLAINTS.A CHILLS and.

GUARANTEED CURE for all disease produced by
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased
tI \ today may save you a tick spell tomorrow.
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, The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy CURED or CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER
! : College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED
all graduates. Mri. W. A. WhltnrelU Emory. Tex., h
writes: "117 child bed chill end fern
SCHOLARSHIPS (or four )'ean. We tried ell kind of
medicines aDd finally ea acquaintance of
nine recommended Herbioe. We used
three bottle, end the child i* BOW com
$40 $50 $75 and $90 Jetercured.. Yon hare my permisaioato
ht publish this testimonial, e. I cheer
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fully recommend Herbine to all mother
I !having children afflicted aa mine.
UKOE BOTTLE SOc GET TilE CE5UIHt
WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE AX" SPECIAL CIRCULARS. tI
BALURD SNOW LINIMENT CO.

I t SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1 ST. LOUIS U. S. A.

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Corner Ohio Avenue and Conr.rr Street TOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY -

; il President L. M.and HATTO.V Proprietor., LIVE OAIFLA.G.. S Principal.> STEI'IlfXS. t tt I Suwannee Drug Company.Now .

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I : is the Time to Visit the
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l "Jones-A Is'the Good mot Mt" prominent ber. mem-, Live Oak M'f'g. Co. I

ber of the Jamestown Exposition
"Why. he caj t pljnr golf?" ,
;' "Ko, but h always pitya his dues." Manufacturers of I
I I' Cleveland Leader.

DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills I II !' Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights i IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.

relieve! backache, weak kidney:, and !
I Inflammation of the bladder. Sold II Power and Turpentine. I | The War Path. :=: Air Ship, :=: Naval Display. ,

11 by Live Oak Drug Co. oct-dwr Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Iii
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,: t;.! \ppropriate-lxplt'tin'. Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. will interest and instruct you. Do not

"What dldUhe rector,,1 say when the Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing -f fail to go at once. Fur beautifully illustrated -

curate read tlhjjl/sson from Genesis i purposes. I ; folder containing maps, discriptive -
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so..badly:)SufferingXMoses? .. j\ lfarper'tiWeekly Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special matter, list of hotels, etc., write to

attention, and all orders promptly filled. II I
FRANK C. BOY LSTON
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If you take DeYVitt's Kidney and We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and u ,
Bladder Pills you will get prompt ,
flooring. Come and get our prices. i iQuickroll.
relief from backache weak kidneys District Pass. Agent Jacksonville Fla.
Inflammation of the bladder and -- I

urinary troubles. A week's treatment I
for 25 cents. Sold by LLve Oak "I'm taking -f raw vote."
* Drug Co. oct-dw* "Well, put m/d e wn as (' I ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Vm."-Washington_ lt rald. I.t I I ,
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I : Thoughtful.

"Say. pa w 't rou buy me a THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.
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Criminal Attack
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drum?
On an inoffensive cititen
"No, I'm afr you d,disturb mo a..1I11 !! I 11 "i1 I
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noise less little tube called the tt.I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.II"'
":\0, I pa; I'll only drum
It.>> generally the result of
when you're.asleep."-Life. I
Constipation, following liver H
I Dr. King's New Life fills SEABOARD
Take something now and then to
help the stomach. Kodol will do this. tho liter, prevent np ndi<- ,
It is a combination of natural digest- establish regular: habits of the I I I *
:::;c at Ban-Ia & Groover I Airline
ants and vegetable acids and con- Railway.
store.
tains the same juices found in a hea'- : I
Btomacb. It is The only trouble men seem
thy pleasant to take.
It digests what you oat. Sold by Lire to have are the troubles Savannan, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,

I Oak Drug Co. oct-dw' harass the rich. i Raleigh, Richmond, 'Vashir gton, Baltimore,
-- e Philadelphia and New York.
The trouble\ji-ifh 'I'
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much a month" o you- want? | woman's intuition. "' nctdw"I TWO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DRILY
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. 1 What do ye take 1u for-a far-rm. loss No of home the is .so pleasant: ; Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
bv comforts that
hand? Me scale salary is l.%c an '

Lour, kitchen/time, wld.Double pay buy. as when the entire ------- ---- ---
for hollda / an* ,,hint" have perfect health. A bottle of
Laxative Fruit I Modern Pullman .
comp'ny.-Puck. Syrup costs : : t : : Equipment. ,
It will cure every member
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His Dear Old Mother."My family of constipation, pick t

k dear old mother, who i* nov ache or stomach trouble. |; : The Jamestown Exposition Line
macy.
' t hty-three. years old. thrives onric
Bitters" writes \\. B. BniuI What's the matter with I ; : : NORFOLK, VA.
of a baseball player as a fly
Dublin Ga. She has takenr ,
. about two years and enjoys I ; ; Excursion Tickets on S-! le Daily
Out of
' 'ent appetite, feels strong and Sight.
.11." That's the way Eleci "Out of sight, out of For full information and Sleeper reservation call on any agent
of Seaboard, or write,
affect the aged, and the old saying which applies with
results follow in all cases force to a sore, burn or i S. C. EOYLSTON. JR., AsL Gent Vats. Agent, Jacksonville na.it .

L 'akness and general de- been treated with Bucklen's ,.I..IIf.fll' *UJJJJLIAJ.MJIMMMI

puny children too, are Salve. It's out of sight, out ---.--------
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Have you anything to sell? Do ?
,stomach, liver and chilblains disappear under its you want to buy
Barclay & Groover influence. Guaranteed by Have you "lost" or "found" anything?

oct d".l I Ii Groover druggists. 25c An
oct-dw ( X in the Daily will meet your deraends.r .

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JITI: OAK DAILY mOIOCR.\T. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1901. 4'
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3 ORDINANCE NO. 03.prdlaaace ''twenty-five ($25) dollars; dealers In I ject to be paid or remitted upon Each local agent of Insurance company religions books only shall not ke required ';

Imposing Licenses and furniture, sold on under drafts, checks or< orders or wherem or associations firm or individual to pay a license tax.
Tau'. Providing for the contract for n-payment thereof, ney is advanced or loaned on d lug business in tte C ty Traveling dealers without license
r Thereof, and PrescribingfViuKir : five ( $5) dollars; provided this shall locks, bonds, bulliotfTbills of ex- of Live Oak. Fl rids, including corporations who shall bargain T sell any goods,
r frtnrot for Doing Business With- not apply to persons taxed as mer- range or promissory note, or received or associations: engaged iu wares or merchandise for cash or
Other Failure to chants; dealers in gasoline or for discount or for sale shall be tile business of insuring against fire otherwise! by sample or in any other
Mt a Urm"With*,the or Provisions There- i I naphtha, at wholesale five ( $5) dol- regarded as a bank or bankers and indemnity, accidents: to persons, actIng manner, for present or future delivery -
wryly 'lars; dealers in automobiles aut> subject as such to the provisions of as surety upon bonds, guaranteeing to any person whatsoever by
eI. crJalned by the Mayor and motors or other horseless vehicles, this ordinance. fidelity of employees and Insuring himself or agent rr agents following
It, It twelve dollars and fif'y cents Lenders of either after to deliver and collect
of the City of Live Oak money, persons employers against liability for accident for same:
3ty Coandl I I ($12.50); dealers in Illuminating or inns, corporations, associations or t employees, and life Insur- except a licensed dealer, shall be

'a 1.. That no person firm or lubricating oils, at wholesale twelve heir agents not taxed as bankers ance companies, stall pay to the Cityof deemed a peddler under this ordin:
*ctoa hall engage In. manage I dollars and fifty cents ($12.50), for doing the business of lending or ad- Live Oak a license tax of two ance. This ordinance shall Include
: rMralioa business prcfesslonreapatlon each place of business; proprietor or vancing m-ney for which Interest inspection dollars and fifty cents ($2.50). peddlers of clocks, stoves, ranges and
..duct any mentioned In this proprietors of each garage for keep- fees or other remuenration Each traveling agent or sol'cltor of sewing machine agents, whether sell-

within the City of Live ing automobiles, five ($5) dollars; Is charged In excess of ten per center any Insurance company as describedIn lug by sample, or on future delivery,
}rt.aaaee; unless a City License dealers in junks, twenty-five $25) annum, secured by mortgages, the preceding section, doing business or otherwise! ; pr ,vided that permanent
k. Florida been, first procured from dollars: dealers in oleomargarine orbutterine bill of sale, power of attorney or in the City of Live Oak shall or locally established agent shall
.!! lass of the city, which I wholesale handling original )- ther legal transfer of personal property pay a license tax f twelve dollars and be exempt from the provisions of this!
Collator '
I t. Tai be Issued to each packages only, ten ($10) dol- as security for any such loansor fifty cents ($12.50). section.
call IK**** shall corporation on receipt lars.Dealers advances; or any person firm, Each Insurance adjuster whether Traveling dealers going from placeto
,.rrm. *fm or hereinafter provided. in pistol, bowie knives, corporation or association doing the resident or non-resident, who has not place selling gods wares or
: |., tk* amount with the City Clerk's fee of sling shots or brass knuckles Spring- business ef securing such I' ans or paid a license as agent or traveling merchandise of all descriptions, shall
;: i0cUr for license field rifles, repeating rifles or dirk advances for borrowers upon such agent, who adjusts insurance losses'n pay to the City of Live Oak a license
k ,le..t.he cents every knives twenty-five ($25) dollars; securities and this shall tax of dollars
and said license shall charging such borrow- city, pay a license tax twenty-five ($25) and
f-I ..... by him. Tax Collector and provided said pistols, Springfield or era commission. Inspection or other of five ($5) dollars.Contractors It shall be unlawful for suck person
.. alined by the other repeating rifles, bowie knives, feo for their services for dealers
I ahall bate the seal of the shall pay a the erection of or to sell or attempt to sell
Mayor and Oak thereon. Every dirk knives, brass knuckles and slingshots 'cense tax t> the city of one hundred buildings cr other work, ten ( $10) under and by virtue of the license of.
Otl of Life the singular number shall not be s'ld to minors. ($100) dollars for each place of busi- dollars. any other licensed dealer storekeeper -
.erd' Importing violation of this Section shall Job
Every printing offices running by or druggist.
the
extend to and embrace
I nil, may and word importing be punished by a fine of not exceeding ness.Every person firm or corporation power two dollars and fifty centsU.50) Trad'ng stamp firms persons or
$Ural aumber. number every be one hundred dollars, or by Imprisonment regularly engaged In the business of ( ; steam laundries, five ( $5) corporations, kn- wn .trading stamp
and the plural limited 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 &
.,,n.d word or by both such fine and imprisonment taxed as bankers, shall pay a license dollars; livery feed or sale stables! license tax of five hundred ($500)
importing
...Wr. and every be at the discretion of the Mayor. tax of twenty-five ($25) d llars. keeping for hire, feed or public use, dollars. Merchants using trading
tH *icx>'lne gender to only females may ex-as Dealers in second-band clothing For each public carriage, hack and not more than five horses and mules, stamps stall pay to the City a license ttei
I tedd and applied Whenever the word for each place of business twelve dollars dray charging for transportation not two dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; tax of one hundred and twenty-five
Cell u malra.used In this Ordinance. It and fifty cents ($12.50) : provided operated by keepers r f livery stables more than five and less than ten ([$125) dollars for each place of
O&t.II affirmation.t that merchants paying, a regular using single team, two dollars and horses and mules, three dollars and business where they use inch stamps.
j may be held to mean shall held license shall not be required to fifty cents (2.50. and using/ double cventy-five cents ($3.75) ; more Any person firm or. corpora'lon
"swear" bo
i .4 tbe word pay this license; dealers in secondhand team, the sum of five ( $5) dollars. ttan ten and less than twenty horses furnishing lights either gas or electric
-j te Include affirm.grc. No license shall be issuedfor bo"''ts and shoes, five ( $5) dollars Every band or troup or aggregationor and mules, six dollars and twenty- having a capital of $250.000 or set
2. and all for each place of business! : each other traveling or wandering or five cents ( $6.25) ; more than twenty more shall pay a license tax of
..; more than one year the first day dentist permanently located, five nomadic people who shall camp, pitch and less than twenty-five horses and seventy-five ($75) dollars; $100,000
ttoteiM shall expire on ($5) dollars: each travelng! dentist their tents st-+>p and engage in business mules, ten ($10) dollars; more than or more and less than $250.010
ef October of each >ear but fractional five ($5) dollars; drovers selling at of telling (fortunes trading twenty-five horses and mules, twenty fifty ($50) dollars! less than $100,
t license, except as hereinafter provided auction or otherwise, five ($5) dollars horses, peddling trading or other occupation ( $20) dollars. 000 and more than $ 0,000 thirty-
nay be issued to expire oa that ; dealers In electrical machinery In the City of Live Oak, Lunch stands rr eating houses at seven dollars and fifty tents 1
All
day at a proportionate rate.with the or appliances for profit five ($5) shall pay a licence tax to the city of railroad depots, seven dollars and ($37.50) ; $25.000 to $30.000
licenses may be transferred dollars for each place of business; one hundred ($100)) dollars. Any fifty cents ($7.50). twenty-five ($25) dollars:' $10,00t
approval of the Mayor, with the busl- the Machine and repair for to 25000. ten ($10) dollars less
each lawyer, five $5) dollars; green pets violating provisong of this shops ;
te* f'r which they were taken out and growers and dealers In fresh fruits paragraph shall upon conviction be public use, five ($5) dollars. than $10.000. five ( $5), dollars.Pr
fide sale
wten there Is a bona and nuts, not merchants one dollar fined not more than two hundred Lun; testers striking machines, vided further that any individual
transfer of the property business Issued stock and in and fifty cents ( $1.50) for each placeof ( $200) dollars, or imprisoned not weighing machines, phonographs, company, firm or corporation furnishing .1
employed' In the as business; hypnotist, pr fessional, longer than three months, cr both grapbophone, music boxes, chewinggum gas or electricity to its customers
trad: but such transferred license fifty ( $50) dollars; hawkers and fined and imprisoned, at the discretion stands, automatic pennyintheslot and making a charge by meter and
tall be held to be good only for the street vendors of medicine, drugs or of the Mayor. machine, when operated f r pro- who shall make a minimum charga
Itetth of time for which it was patent medicines, fifty ($50) dollars Barber shops running one chair fit, two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) without reference to the meter, shall
that
critically taken out; provided, fOr each day they attempt to sell; tw'$2) dollars; for each additional pay a license tax of fifty (50) per tenloa
tit ordinal license shall be surrendered beef and meat markets and fish chaIr, fifty cents; billiard or pool each.Managers of merry-go-rounds, cent more than ab ve set out; pro-

to and filed with the City Clerk markets shall each pay a license of able kept for profit seven dollars twelve dollars and fifty cents ,'ded, however, the above provision I,. at
for transferU
at the time application twenty-five ($25):! dollars. and fifty cents ($7.30): for each ( $12.50) ; planing mills! and novelty shall not apply to companies or Individuals -
made, and such transfer after be- Merchants store-keepers and druggists table. works, seven dollars and fifty cents win furnish meters without 0 Teat

lag approved shall be of the same for each me thousand dollars, Boarding houses, lodging houses orb 7.50( ) ; planing mill. Including dry cost 10 places of business and resl- te1 t
force and effect as the originalDevote. or fraction of one thousand dollarsof rtels having accommodation for kiln not connected with saw mill, five dencea.

stock of merchandise, one dollar three hundred or more lodgers or ($5) dollars. Sec. 5. That all confirmed cripples gross6ttas
Sec 2.11 licenses shall be pay- and fifty cents ($1.50) for each' placer boarders shall pay a license tax of Restaurants and public eatingsal physically Incapable of manual
all on or before the first day of business; any merchant keeping one hundred ( $100) dollars; two ons, having accommodations for labor shall be allowed t opeddle with
October of each year and no license mowing machines In stock for sale in 1 hundred to three hundred lodgers or seating twenty-five or more persons, out paying a license using their owe
si ill be issued for any fractional por- he same manner as other merchandise b arders .seventy-five $75) dollars; twelve dollars and fifty cents capital only, not in excess of flv. under
Uoa of a year, except that any license shall not be taxed as sew- one hundred to two hundred lodgers ( $12.50) ; les. than twenty-five per- hundred d liars/ ; provided, such cripples -
not otherwise specified In this Ordin- 'ng/ machine agent or dealer. or boarders fifty $50) dollars; : sons, five ( $5) dollars. shall be residents of Suwanne New
aat. nay be Issued after the first Mental healers, or all persons seventy-five to one hundred lodgersor : Saw mills, including planing millsor County. Florida; and provided further
lay of April to expire October first -laimlng to heal by absent; treatment boarders, twenty-five ( $25) d-l- dry kilns, with dally output often such exemption shall be allowed matt
pen payment of one-half the amount one hundred ($100) dollars; provided lars; fifty to seventy-five lodgers orb thousand feet" or less, two dollars only upon the certificate rf some re- r7te
lied is the price of such license for that nothing in this clause shall arders, twelve dollars and fifty I and .fifty cents ( $2.50) ; more than. putable physician of the disability
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om.-- year.ties be nstrued as affecting the mem- cents (siz.50) ; twenty-live to fifty ten th' usana ana less lean twenty- terein named.Sec .
.. That the following berg ft any Cbrist'an denominationwho lodgers or boarders, seven dollars five thousand feet, five $5) dollars: 6. That each railroad com ,
MBmerated individual license tUt.slull pray for the recovery of the sick; I and fiftey cents ( $7.50) ; fifteen to more than twenty-five thouand and pany whose tracks extend into or
be paid to the City of Live Oak each oculist, permanently located, wenty-five: lodgers or boarders, five Jess than fifty thouand feet, ten through the corporate units' of LJv eof 1
.7 tile persons engaged In. managingor Ive ($5) dollars; each oculist travel- ( $5) dollars; ten to fifteen lodgersr $10) dollars: more than fifty thou- Oak.. shall pay a license tax rf
traasacting! the several occupations 'n//{. seven dollars and fifty cents boarders, two dollars and fifty sand feet, fifteen ($15) dollars. seventy-five ($75) dollars. I horreel
businesses or professions ( $7.50) : provided he has no licenses cents ($2.50) ; accommodation for Shingle mills, whether connected Sec. 7. It shall be the duty .f the
tamed to-wit: provided by State law: each lodgers shall be construed to mean with saw mills or not having dally City Tax: Collector, before'issuing A
Schedule MA. optician permanently lcated. two the number of beds habitually kept capacity of twenty-five thousand license, based oa a property valuation ..
A Auctioneers five dollars ($5); dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) ; each for such lodgers and not the numberof I shingles; or more twelve dollars and or capital stock capacity of production )
eeh Individual conducting the busl0ass optician traveling, seven dollars and r' oms contained in the house. fifty cents $12.50)) ; less than rr other contingency ta
of abstracting titles seven dollars 1f' cents ($7.50) ; each osteopath Boiler and machlnt shops ani twenty-five thousand shingles per require the party applying for u4 +
and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; agents five y ($5) dollars: pawnbrokers for foundries connected, seven dollars day two dollars and fifty cents license to file under oath, daly Stati
or agencies for the purpose of solicit- authenticated, a statement of the
mach place of business, fifty $50) and fifty cents ($7.EO ; bottling ( $2.50).
lie: orders for or making sales ex- value of tbe property or amount of
dollars peddlers and hawkers of works and sodawater factories, ten Owners or rnana ers of shooting
eeiBget t-r deliveries of or perform- merchandise; not otherwise enumerated ( $10) dollars; brick yards or fac- /galleries, two dollars and fifty centsU.50) the capital stock or capacity of production
tiC any other service relating to or specifically herein fifty ($50) t-rles, five ($5) dollars; building wJilcb statement under oath
coteectcd with any of the persons, dollars peddlers of stoves and ranges and loan associations foreign, two Shows or circuses exhibiting or shall be attached to the monthly report -
articles, commodities or transactions ind clocks; or eIther or any of them hundred and fifty $250) dollars; giving a performance within tents, of licenses made by the Tax Col
sawed below to-wit: sold from twentyfive5) building and loan associations local whe'her covered cr uncovered withor lector A failure on the part of the
Agents for bicycles, five ($5) dollars )- dollars each wagons piano tuner rne dollar twelve dollars and Cftey cents without horses twenty-flve ($25) Tax Hector to require" and attach

; agents f .r typewriters, five and fifty; cents ( $1.50) ; each photographer ( $12.50; carriage: and wagon fac- dollars; dog .r pony shows, charging said oath as aforesaid, shall be oaus
. (IS) dollars; agents for building and located, two tries, including repairing, one dollar twenty-flve cents or less admissionand for suspension from offloc. 1
permanently
; Iou associations! local, five ( $5); and Soc. 8. Any person or ,
dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) ; each and fifty cents $1.50)\ ) ; carriage using no other animal giving persona
. dollars; agents for building and loan photographer Itinerant, five ( $5) repositories, not connected with factories / no other kind of performance, firm or corporatl n. or a association
. associations, foreign one hundred dollars each person selling any patent five ($5) dollars; cold storage five ($5) dollars; charging more than 'hat shall carry on or conduct any and
(1100) dollars; agents for claims ;: ; right to sell patent plants, not connected with ic- twenty-five cents admission fifteen business, occupation or profession for
and collections not taxed as bankersor right twelve or any dollars and fifty cents factories, for profit, five ( $5) dollars. ($15) dollars. ; which a license is required by this alt.
rights
lawyers, five ( $5) dollars; agents Concert balls, pleasure parks or Skating rinks, bicycle rinks or ordinance without first obtaining
for clothiers or dealers, not taxed as ( $12.50).street doctor or dentist or roof gardens dance halls, where bowling alleys, five ($5) dollars; loch license! shall except In each Isis,
: o*ret ants, five ( $5) dollars; agents livery Itinerant vendor of any drug, variety performances musical or street shows, performances or cases as are otherwise provided bjr dae
' for monuments and tomb-st ne$. my of any kind In- otherwise are given, or where fe- carnivals, for each tent or other ordinance upon conviction by the
lira l, two dollars and fifty cents ointment or the appliance treatment of any disease males are employed as waiters, structure and for each day, twO> dollars Mayor be punished by a tine of Dot
ended for
: (11.50); agents for monuments and I Injury def rmity. by any twenty-five $25) dollars. and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; all small more than five hundred dollars or
. tombstones. traveling seven dollars or Or manipulation or Electric power plants, companies shows other than circuses theatricalor Imprisonment! not more than ninety
: 114 fifty cents ( $7.50) ; each agent I) drug nostrum or shall pay a licensetax firms or corporations with capital vaudeville given; under a tent, two days ,or by both euch fine and ln- :
. or member of agencies for real estate I other exped'ent.twenty-five $25) dollars. stock of two hundred thousand dol- dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50). prisonment In the discretion of the !A.then.
, ItcUdlnK renting and rent collecting, of not embalmers lars or mire one hundred dollars. Soda water or mineral water f"un- Mayor. The payment of all license
: five (UU dollars; agents for safes forM Undertakers.dollars and fifty cents Less than $200,000 and more than talus, not connected with other business tax may be enforced by the sexwm
!. or exchange twelve dollars and welve and sale of the property by the Collect'r.
undertakers and embalmers S100.000, $50; loss than $100.000 five ($5) dollars.
: ifty tents ( 1.50 ; agents for sew- ( $12.50); dollars and fifty and more than $50,000,1:5; less than Telephone system with 100 Instruments It shall be the duty ef the
, Meats for steamships or steamboats, ents ( $37.50) : two dollars and $12.50: loss than 25,000 and more firm, orporatl-n or company violations of the provisions cf this
twelve dollars and fifty cents! of Jewelry. than $10.000 $7.50; less than $10.- and operated In said city for profit ordinance. Tbe City Council shall C'la
II12.S0) agents for sailing vessels, fifty cents ( $2.50) or agents of 000. $3.75; provided that electric shall pay to the city a rcense tax of furnish to tbe Tax Collector att wt
BV* (IS) dollars; analytical chemists, The owners, managers eaumerated in- light plants furnishing both power six and one-\iuarter cents (6c) for blanks necessary to enable him to
W ( IS) dollars; persons: firms or each of the establishmentappliances following and lights shall be required to pay each Instrument or 'phone Installed, carry out the provisions of this ordin .
corporations operating amusemen' Mltutlons, transaction of only one license. provided sash license' shall n't exceedin ance.
the
parks with merry-go-rounds' roller and apparatus for ec"ommoaaiion Express companies doing businessIn total amount the sum of one hundred Sec 9. That all ordinances aid

*.trs. and other amusement places business. or.. the of entertainment the _Vuu._t..U...... f,.... or nrnftt the State of Florida and..having:. an ( $100) dollars.__ _Darts___f8f of, _ordinance_ tht In_4A'conflict_ __with tfeepiuTiBivug Ar
aid devices usually found therein i office in the City of Live Oak shallpay Theater buildings! fitted with scen- vi s uruiuaucc: be and !.
"aty-nve ( $25) dollars architects, hall pay the city license\ AV'.1 I a license tax of tW Dt.five ery and kept for theatrical and other the same are hereby repealed. .f
desl
0 t (IS) dollars: brokers dealing In posite their respective ( $25) dollars. Any express company exhibitions twenty-five ( $25) dollars &c. 10. That this ordinance
b'Bds and stock twelve dollars and definitions In Schedule violating the provisions of this ; theatrical shows or traveling shall become effective on and after
!rtJ cents $12.50)): brokers deal- to- "lt! not ordinance and any person who knowingly players and minstrels other than the first day of October, A. D. 1907.
lie la futures fifty ( $50) dollars; Bakers, other than steam, one acts as agent for such company th" se! taxed as circuses, for each performance Passed at regular meeting of the
brokers dealing In Insurance. five otherwise taxed as merchants bakers before It has paid the above license seven dollars and fifty City Council this 10th day of Sep
(IS) dollars: brokers dealing in land dollar and fifty cents ( $1.50)taxed: as tax shall upon convict)-n thereTor cents ( $7.50) ; provided, that tember. A. D. 1907.
and land options, five ( $5) dollars; steam, not otherwise :: boot- before the Mayor of said City, be managers of theaters or halls employing CIIAS. 11. DROWN
rollers dealing In merchandise, five merchants, five ( $5) dollars: I punished by a fine not more than one traveling troupes, theatrical, President of City Coins)).
(US) dollars; chiropodists, five ( $5) blacks, one dollar. hundred dollars, or by Imprisonment' operatic or minstrel, giving performances :' Attest: 8. P. MAYS City Clerk
dollars; civil engineers, five ( $5) dolw Banks bankers, penrn*. firms or for a period of not more than three in buildings fitted up for such I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of th*
: each clairvoyant palmist or brokers doing a banking business months, or by both such fine and Im- purpose, shall be allowed' to give as City of Live Oak. Florida, do hereby -
fortune teller for pay fifty $50) whether incorporated or not, with a prisonment at tbe discretion of the many performances In such buildingor certifly that the foregoing Ordinance -
dollars; commissioners of deeds of capital stock of five hundred thou- Mayor. Foundries, not conneted with theater as they wish on paymentof No. 6 3 was regularly passed a/
otter states, two dollars and fifty sand dollars or over one hundred machine shops, five ( $5) dollars; a license tax to the city of twenty- the City Council on the 10th day of r pat
eats ($2.50) ; c-mmisslon merthaiU. dollars. Ice factories, including cold storage five ( $25) dollars per annum and, September A. D. 1907, and the sane
, five ($5) dollars; dealers in Less than $500.000 and n"t less plants connected therewith and tbe provided that this section shall not is hereby certified to the Mayor for
50-
rash registers or cash carriers, ten than $250.000. $75; less than $!$2. right to sell at wholesale and retail apply to 1- cal amateur performances his approval. t ? 9d_
ClIO) dollars; dealers in cigars or 000 and not less than $100,000 than; with a capacity of ten tons per dayor Provided further that this section Witness my hand and tie K )r*!
tobacco.: who pay no other license less than $100,000 and not less$50.000 less, five ( $5) dollars; ten to shall not apply to any hall owned or seal of the said City, thbj t ?a
tax two dollars and fifty cents 50000. $12.50; less than twenty tons per day. seven dollars used by any charitable or fraternal (Seal) 10th day of September JL.
($1.10): dealers In curios, two d.1tars and not less tran $10.000. $7.50.o'her and fifty cents ($7.50); ,twenty t'. organization.; D. 1807. B. P. MATS,
and fifty cents ($2.50) : dealers Every Incorporated bank or I thirty tons per day twelve dollars Traveling picture or book agents City Clerk.
h dynamite, twenty-flve ($25) doN )- bank, and every person, firm or where company and fifty cents ( $12.50) : thirty to ding business la said city shall paya Examined and approved by me tab
> ; dealer In fresh meats packed having a place for of business the deposits or I sixty tons per day, wenty-ire ($25) license tax of ($5) dollars; provided 12th day of September A. D. 11 01.
or rtfrigerarated at wholesale, when credits are opened dollars. that agents '' Ah sale of J. B. JOHNSON Maya
sub-
tot eoaatcted with an ice factory, collections of money or currency I

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'.1\ E tJ.bILY DKMOCRA1 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10, 1907.tlfa .
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CATCH THC WHITE OXES, TOO.It practice of his profession until his $ ___-f''S $-a-S-t___
OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT is Just as Important to put the death in 1S55. He was a man of '

II I Publ bed every Afternoon "blind tigers" operated by white men culture and deep learning, and It was r
Except Sunday. out of business as it Is to suppress in 1847 or 1848, while preparing & t

I rC1JA3. those run by negroes. In some rer series of articles for The Lancet l
\ pects they are even a greater curse, (the foremost I medical! journal of I Yi
W. 1RVIN. Editor and M'g'r. and beyond all question there Is far those days) Vi the subject of Prompt Service,

less excuse for a white man engaging "Equilibrium of emperature as a t r Liberal Treatment
; Entered at the Poitofflcc. Lire Oak In such a degrading form of crime Cure for Pulmona Consumption." I
I Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter than a negro. No respectable man that one of his chemical experiment T Ir r Absolute Safety.
November T. 1905.
who has a home and wife and children on air cool'ngvesultef! In he makingof
'
I r
;: I or mother and sisters who may artificial ice. e as mmediatelyImpressed
' t THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. some day be the victims of a drunken with the grea value of the

1 beast, can afford to find any ex- discoveryland at once s t about perfecting .y

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be cuse for or show any mercy to any it. Vith the re It that the [
4 Patrons of this bank
+ Ualted black, first ice machine I made andy speak
mailed to any part of the man, white or caught promoting ever, fl
States, pastage prepaid, for $5.00 the cause of crime in his com- operated was \ te ted him in
in the =
per year; $2.50 for six months: munity by engaging in the Illegal i850-twelve years be re it was l highest terms of r
: for three rneatbs. or 50 cent
i.
11.25 )
ale of intoxicating liquor. The Atlanta done in Paris France which city accomodations
for fife weeks.. In advance. Delivered f they rci -
to any part of the city, by Constitution bandies this formof once claimed the discovery. Apalachicola -
earner for 10 cents per week. lawlessness without gloves and all is indebted to Captain George :i ceive here. : : : : .
wood men will endorse the follow H. Whiteside for promulgating the

l It la all orerx the kicking In ng; from that paper: idea, and doing most of the work of

Wade county: 'But a\ few weeks ago a negro securing this memorial, and also to I
was convlc d of the illegal sale of the generosity of the members of the .

Marconi bas perfected Jil. 8 stem whiskey In a\ry county close to At Southern Ice Exchange who at the e a

; and will soda be ,len i>ress dispatches aco&>*Ce Atlantic. the lImit allowed\ law or sentenced each donated the proceeds of one ton

Trouble ahead ftr ._ e cable companles. him to serve t\oeJv| months on of ice on July 4th, 1897." ,
the chaingaii Tolthi great surprise -
of the coOTtjthy! nJbro promptly Yesterday wggested the r*

The feUpws who conic down from paid his fine and secired his free vIOf\ our I Live Oak Board.6f' TradeIn 7 Live Oak, Florida

the North and dynamite banks In the dom. Commenting urfon this case, order tot our leading citizens ,
smaller SoatWn cfUw and towns the judg& before Vboif. It was tried mlgh\ get tog her and she If they

are getting InWir work early this said there Las no d ubt whatever couldn\t do som thing to promoteour '
season. Su / \cries are reported that the negrOswal th< tool of white community interest/ We certainly E Eindustrie l'I

every wee / Ow. \Sxtra rigilance men who put him fomird to bear the wVnt more peoine and more

should, (/ the watchVprd with the punishment of the. detected crime. I of tb/productive kind that -t- '-' '- -t- II ._ -__
tanks (to telling where-those rascals Had the court suspected fora mo- I will furnish employment for labor Increase -
will turn nj.Edward ment that the negro was prepared to I the Dumber of buyers In our VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANJ PLt>9tt *tt .*

pay the fine, the culprit would have stores and mnufa< ure the articles
Fitzgerald Is mentioned by found himself on the way to the that will brine mojsj here. To that DOWLING PAR!
the Jacksonrttu! ) Centra: tjnlon ..m-a chaingang without that alternative end we need prollaty. wide publicity!

as a governor on privilege. in order that & outside world may
"VW DOW UPON THE SUMtMft 11'1'
a union "But even that would not bare know in detal( orour advantages and

s'T right wherg- gone to the root of the evil. Tho men with mofley> ,i\ Invest may come Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottai

l ever candidate or white man who would spread terrorIn here and lodUe \mong us. The !
HOT AND COl D BATHS UNSURPASSED. :000 T ABLE. COOOMDt
at time mJe\
; one a community and even murder flourishing sty >f Waycross, ,
WATER >N EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES mtft, A* on the al and be and rapine and arson, merits no con- Ga., near by *s, vas\ur Board of PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLKX SC4TUIT
t *vas travafod Florida from o\e end of sideration or mercy. He should be Trade a homer OB to tbV right wa- RATES REASONABLE MILES FROM LIVE o *, o tU..lo.w
the Stale to the other. Toe suggestion bunted out and put into stripes, to advertise/he/ity and county, all acuLF, COfc. CTiO" tLi Sal w.f 51L41

of the Times s really a good where he belongs. The only regret In the pre i despatches of\londay
PflRK NOTED DOWSING PflRK. FLORIDA
one.-Pensacola Journal. In such cases is that the penalty is we find theiolloVng from WaXros*: ADDRESS LrYfmA
not a dozen times more than "The *
severe
of the
WaY *
secretary ro
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". Claude L'Engle with an ample it is." Board of Trade hit nearly completedthe : 4 i -m 11 ii 1111 H n 11 H i 111 i ii 111 ii 11111111 M M i M HI

legal body-guard. Is noV in South
list of
photo raphs and data fo
Florida to answer, first!to the criminal CONCERNING DR. GO R RIB. ti t/e/
:o booKlet to gotten out soon o I Brand New Stock of
libel ladtctment 9n ?Manatee The Democrat recently suggested advertiseVaydross and Ware cou.}><- Drugs
county in which drahap Is the prosecuting That Dr. John Gorrie, formerly of t}'. A dozen of the best views of the
's 'witness.' aVdxthen/ o> Apalachicola the Inventor of the city have bee prepared especial >

I Tampa as defendant JaXthe"'" libel process for making artificial ice was, for this booklet, which will be one IN THEByrd
4>roceedlD&B Institute* by Messrs. measured by the benefits he had con- of the best on Its order ever gotten

atovall andNtrfghU It It's trouble ferred upon the world, so great a out by a Georgia city." New
Claude Is hunting la this life, b.4, man that his statue should go into Building :

seems to hara.found it Aggressive the Hall of Fame at Washington as Horace lood, one of thq leading
journalism always means water at one of the two greatest Floridians. Journalists of Alabama and.'or years ON HOWARD STREET. Phone 22Qi '

,( the boiling temperature. The suggestion was generally and editor and part' owner of Ufe Montgomery -

J widely approved by the Stale press Journal lias be? appointed
1 ". TJie Ocala Banner talks /about ana we have heard no dissenting steriff of Montgotaerj:.county In that A new firm. The most carefully selected

,' 1 .1 ceayjr. drowsy, clumsy nejpspapers- voice. The public knows but little of State Mr Hood V& man of the stock. Phone orders promptly filled.
in maa DDa_.." which surprises us much the personality and career of Dr. "dead game" kind ho unites to the '
coming from a s-etera3p expert In Gorrl\although his invention \f
has inn education and polish a gentleman .
I j journalisnWe doubt If any city i creasedtso immeasurably the health courage and tflhsciencX of a high : Prescriptions :=: Carefully :-: Compoca&l

the Un'tod tatea of near the same and comiprt of millions of people, order, and hrwlll be fnJly equal to
population c\n mow a local pre*s and we are ndebted
to a late issue of the demands upon the chiV peace of- ,
superior to th + three dailies in the Pensaco Journal for Information icer I Competent Druggists. Fresh Dru
some of one of the leading counties of : I
/ Tampa. The9quite unlike ouch .. aboW him which we are his State. SherIffs like IloraVe Hood We solicit your patronageuie .. : : : : : : -
other, but alt I I I It
esculent, entertalnln sure our reader will
be
glad to
get. are very large factors for peace and :
and IcBtruXUvp. fully covering the The Journal
race fly gave a special law and order In the country.
news Held and particoJarly strong on and lengAyN" :
rltCp. to
Apalachicola .
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their jdltorlal pages. IVe thoroughly ahere .Dorrie- : lived and t Crescent Pharmacy 1
lUre our Tampa exchanges and al. died and fifcm it we aka the following F of DISC .
1 .wa/s tear the wrapper off with the! ; concerning him

'pirta'nty of finding something goo,lla "One of the Yplace of interest Y0VARE i Liva OakMMIIHMIIIIIH Jlori/a. :

them. pointed out tote vi: tor in Apalachicola .
t -- Is
the monument.standln .
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Tom Watson's feelings were sorely in! the heart i f the city, and .
I wounded becauso during the re whl'h b\ -
rs on Its
pectlve sides .
cent convention of the b'aUoKuril ,,1 t.Le IowrHg face pti s: ; 9 EFUL .I 1111111 11111111 II I I I I I I I II I I It It'It.*.

Route Carriers Association la 'Dr JotnCerffe, born at Charleston I

Atlanta \be was not invited to address S. C.. Oct. 3rd, 1803. Died at f The German Baker)' ,
th Association, ,
.and didn'treceive Apalachicola June ISth, 1355. Inventor -
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tub courtesy of any kind of of the Ice machine f A
BRAN
and refrigeration h the election of : NEW INSTITUTION.'
t recognition\ rom its Mr. Watsonc1&IJlia jour personal effects,
as described
: in his
patent whether
.f
4 apparel or jewelry
to bk the fafher of the rur.l No. you will
8080 Aug. 22. 1850 A pioneerwho ppredate the ULTKA Bread Rolls
ExcLnrrcraM : : Pies Cakes
of and
route system allfiough his claim 10 devoted his talents to the ben-I ,
disputed by Ipangressman Uvia,; fit of mankind This I
-I monument was THE : and all the
alone of Qcorgk, but beyond a doubt : erected by the Southern Ice Ex- products of a first-clas 1.I ;" >.' .
I
fee had much/0 0 with establishing change. 18S9.j HOWARDWATCH Fresh Every Day. Courteous tr '..t'will -

tte EyBtemyfchllA he was a member j "This monument was unveils be accorded all Your patronage M>! '
of Congrex lie lays that be got the April 30th. 1900. in the central
por- r
first appreciation extending frdeliverynto eu i i ton: of the
city and !s an ever present ij J.
I f RUBENSTEIN.
the \al districts and I : reminder to this generation and Proprietor. I IIe

fee Is wuilng' tlat thev' Congressional I to those who: shall come after of the Let us present the newest ..

Record/hould be examined by a coy. -I tE'bth'c1 science and the world owe models for your insoection .IeI HimiiiimiiHiM *
m'tteejof three impartial men to d1cde *- to cne whom Apalachicola proudly! We carry all other makes --

between him and Vr.. I-ivinston. .;-i claims as her own. John Gorrie wa* also Cur Repair D.partmnt :
It Is a feather_ in the cap of born in Charleston, South WE
Carolina SEUU
i is letr. "Ml NOTHING E-XCIZI'T
any statesman to have fathered the October 3rd, 1S03; he was educated corny and see us. ;
rural free delivery system of the aj a physician In nortrern colleee Health and Accident Insurance.

Un'ted States, and the question I and came to Apalachicola In 1831.1 RADFORDThp : Annual Sea i-AnnuU.Quarterly or Montr ly Prcmir,-

ought to be Fettled definitely for historical where he occupied many poslt'.ons of Jeweler PITTS & MclWEN, General! Agents, LIVE OAK fit\.

pnrpoaee. I public trust. besides continuing th r''i i LIVE OAK. FLA i I P. S.-We need a few more goou Agents in Nc rth Fl nd*. ct 1j.i

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'If the grO m I 4>enniles3 marriages

Ac !Prooffs jhJeompari i the always bride a r fwfiire to the father of Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.



Folej's Kidney Cure will cure any The Mineral Springs Route. '

case of kidney trouble that is not be-i }
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Prove yond medical aid. City Phar-i wr5T BOUND __ UJIT ;D j jrIUTCLUS

8MNII nacy oct-dw sad Class rIUTCUSI Clay '
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.. Frt I Frt'1 Et'nn.t: : g
it Every man understands and and Pass Pa.. Pass Pass Pau AL'(;. HS, 1901 (Lase paaa Pa Pass Pa.. and
I'aaall'a \ !.Pasa.Paaa
1 4E ill women ;Gently one woman I -3-1i 1 11195\ 1 13 -\ 2 12 14 6 161"41 1 8-

hat; he married II A MA.M, A.M A.Mr.M P.M p.M oA.MA.M P.M P.M P.M P.MIP.M ;-
ias. ST.-\TlOXS
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yourself I Daily ex Sun Sun Sun Des Sun \ID n D. Sun Sun Sun I Daily n 1
ws A Card. j Sunday only only only Sun only Sun tin only only only Suzy_ j
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This is to certify that all druggists
ire authorized to refund I 7 G 11 10:S;;iJ 1 2 (41 SOO ,......Live Oak.... ,. .. :110; i'i6 II 15 9 00 7"25 : :
I jour money 8 05 11 30, i 6111 30 23$ 5 III ...,........Starr-.10061130 6 67 842 00
if 5101135 9" 1It: 2 22 52! ....Mercer.in 01 It 25 $53 837 355 5'a '
Foley's honey and Tar falls to i011 40; 905 It 3F< 22S 525 .. ..._Platt ........ \ 95.11v 550 831 350 5 2i
ure your cough or cold. It stops! 8 3011 5a 9 la U 41' ; : 5'r. ..._Lan ..t.or_. 9471112 5 42 s2.;; 335, 5 1.

the cough, heals the lungs and pro- 9 OOIL 25 923115$ & pp 540 3j..... Dowling Park.I,4011 Z r 53Z 818 315340' I to>>

o5I12 ... .. ._ ....... 1
rents serious results from a cold. I 9 30 92912 0 4 o.t 5 49 530. Ch.neey. I IOI0j Z 10 525 808 I 06111:0:
9 1017 35 936 12 1\1 5 45 .. Mayo Junction. ,
4 11 Ste 953 10 50 203 6 11' 800 200 3 o5
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Particular people whose pride and name and Cures la grippe cough and prevents 915,2u 940 94'; 4 420 I 600 6 si .... .Da".. I i 920 511104'10 47 51 see! 256 Z 4R 1
pneumonia and consumption. Contains 940 941 421 i 10 ... .TownMnll- s or 10 ;c Ii 01 2
rkfe In product goes into their stationery have 111 co\ 10 It 1 4:1 6 28 .. .......Sm+th... II 47 10 14 4 4:1: Z zj 1
... .
no opiates. The genuine Is In 10 30 10 52 Fenholl.way
6 01 6 46 4 II! 29 t 56 4 25 Z O7 I
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1040 (1104) Ii t7 7 OZ pert'J' II 16 9 40 1. 1 50.
ttfer red Coupon Bond irrespective of price for !i yellow package. Refuse substitutes. 1051,! tn.to. S 7 1 ... Hampton SprlnyL I 805 9 :10 08 130 1

er fifteen years. City Pharmacy. oct-dw j MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. 1


tu the cheapening; hurry of today but the old slow care- It is strange--i".Xpvmuch I I. more exercise I P.M'Lve I I r.M Lye f I j r.M Lye I P.Ar'" P.M Ar I

methods that make for firmness and perminance are your daugbutocan take dancing ---112-3r1,_.1 10 5 45 ......MayoJunrton..... 8 00 Z7 SS

-::)': ) f r' -ll II Its beau- : than sweeping x 12 M i 5 ss ..... .........0./1............._ P.i 7 50 I 40 j
__ wd in making nffD) (( 12 \\12 2. ......_P..tenoR......... T 44 Z Sr t
remarkable and 1 I-I-I I! i60 02 .:... ..._Mao...:......... 7 3S 220 i
JU color and texture, its toughness crac- 351 I
the de Napoleon Bonaparte 1't-2,] 40 I 4 1 ........._ ...Alt.o1L............ 7 30 Z 1SA.M
e ,ualttks make it only a distinctive paper-but showed at the battle of Austorhtz, I t.MI A.M P.M: P.M r.M r'M ".M ".M P.M P.'" P.'" r.lI j-,

It and incomparable paper for all business correspond- he the Leader in the ex1D 1--i'
was greatest D ex'Sun Sun D ex Sun Sun Sun !!un D ex D ex
that will read- Sun us Only OntyOnly Sun Only Sun OnOnbOnlOnJ"lsun Sun
c. Write your letters so they compel a world. Ballard'g Snow Liniment baa i l'

vrle them on shown 1 the public it is the best Liniment 3 7 11 i 9 i I 5 !1 1 113 2 12 14 6 16 4 8

in the world. A for
quick cure

@MW@OO [ID@ (Q) Rheumatism Sprains, Burns, Cuts, s Regular stop. Trams scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and
Atlantic Coast Lme. For further information as to schedules and connections 1.
etc. A C. Pitts, RoJeofca, La., says: call on any ticket agent.

Itl'fl'irthen their appeal and to reflect the standing "I use Ballard's Snow Liniment in m; .1. LEE ENSIGN President. U. P. HOPKINS.Traffic Manager.

t' ....'hou 0)@ri n )' ,IN f5) )[irl"costs/ family and find it unexcelled for soro -

r- m.nthan U- lr\JUV other chest headache, corns, in fact for I FLORIDA RAILWAYTime

-j t > 11 t>n!rj -bat no other bond poper will serve anything that can be reached by Tliniment

-a M well Sold !<} Suwannee Drug I
Co. oct-dw Table No. 20

:," .: ':;- ::::! American Writing Paper Co. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30. at 12:01 A. M.. 1007.

,: .:'. -:.Mul.rtntLargest; W Manufacturers of the Commercial Fau\under,. SUPERSEDES ALl. SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
., r First Moth I Sp n't believe the
'. Paper in the World. --- --- -- ------
also DO"". CENTRAL n.. RUD tiPI
29 Mills. HOLYOKE MASS. coat I ate was all ntol
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Mot-EvidehiIy Aa 3 No. !. No %. N1f .4
Second the Pure
,vedFg' Mail Local
Fool Law Hf of no account.-New Ext'O'pt Daily I Express and I------- :TAnfJ1III. I Mad Lxpreaa and!Dad"Freight Ean.dav.

; Daily
.ork Sun.f' : I..il" ""pt :>Iun

'i ,f' 4,JfAL CARDS. LATEST 1--; a ml 430 pmL............__ Live Oak _. ..... ...........Ar. 10so ao. 5Mp.n
?
NEW, ORDINAL ; 7 20 a ml 4 U pm l.v................ I'orter................._............. Iv. 1/O: a III r. P1 p lit
Henry E. Jones, of Tampa Fla., 7 40 a ail, 4 So; P 1ft Lv.._.._..__/.riser.................._..._......_..Lv. 10:0 a m 458 I' 1ft
7 fJij a 1ft i OK P 1ft I.y. .......__. krklpnd., ..........._..................I.,.,19 10 a 1ft 4 40 pm
Picture Postcards writes: "I can thank God for my present a' a ml 5 n .. 1ft Ar......._.._._Wilmarth._..._... .. ... ._......._.Lv. I" can a 1ft 45 pmII
, ) : tt\O: N. I 00. G se p m'1.v...?.....____..W smart h............ ........ .. ....?.A r. 8 i 7 a no 4 to pmI
health dun to Folej's Kidney II (\6 a ml m.l 524 pm Lv......._...._._S uwann.w. laver....... .............1.v. t 5lt a m 4 15 P mto

I Any View, Anywhere : Cure. I tried doctors and all kinds I 25 14 : ::1' S 5'40 9o :m'Lr.m'Ar.-;' :. :::...:.:===:!:..Norwood. .M3yo .:::.::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::t : ; 14 45 : m m ; n :rr m

'PsT1trr.aww4t I of kidney but nothing done me 11 5. m; Ii 42 ..mLv., ......_....... _..._.... .,.yo............... .....................Ar. 937 am' 4It pm
Made to Order for : cure 7A ; 5 41 p m'1.v..... ...................... ..Can Prdm.. ... .... ........ Lv. 311 a m 4) p m
I tuuch good till I took Foley's Kidney 1.5 5 tf m Lv....... .... ...... ........Salt Rawl....... .... ...... ...1.v. 2S a m 25 p m
AW ; 1da11KE.s i Half A Cent Each I +0 6 10 p p mLv.; ............... -.... ........ ......... ..... :. ..... ...1.v. as a m 00 p m
Cure. Four bottles cured me, and I 1" i 6 17 p m l.v. ... ...... .........Charlton.......:.;..... ..........Lv. (NI a m 25 p m
.. % *A4.t4Li4. i i4kt Copied from any photograph or print forwarded | 20 j 6 27 p niLe........ .-.- ......... keene ....... .....2.............I.v. 53 a m Sit p m
.! to us with the order. Nine of party ordering I hate no more pain In my beck and 1 635 p n.1.v! ..... .. ............ ..... .Fenht.Noway.... ... .. .......L.. 45 a m 20 Pr,
-- -- -- will be Imprinted on each card 5 4 t m.y; ....... ........... Drnmark.. ... .
KM f': I i Jdreu. Postcard reproduced M publisher and delivered with shoulders. I am 6 2 years old, and Ito j 6 Sn p p m Ar.................................. Perry...... .... .. .... ... Lv. 30 a m 40 p m

iI within 10 day from receipt of order, copy and suffered long but thanks to Foley'sKidney
I Luraville Branch
!
: description of scene-for which a maximum of M; Cure I am well and can
word u alfowed. rhotommtle and .tiototype iii.[ swell I.ura\.itlt" and 1'ilmarih.
#tr A + +iC'i11F'st.OK AT LAV.t Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed with.ut walk and enjoy mjROlf It is a

charge, in return for name and addresa of party pleasure to recommend It to those Went I I East
.. 91'K1DA.v ound. __ 8<.und._

ac ati ... _r ....1lUw. S....., requesting Picture Postcard specimens or your,wnlen business on any ttalionrry kind of 109 a needing a kidney medicine City 8 30 30 :m.mii.v An-=:-.:=:::::::=::::::=::. W.Imarih Iuraville...::::::..:. .......:: -::=-=:. ..,.,...-..t f.I; : ::
....9..r..a ,........... eon.dlOt.. per cent, to 210 per cent PROFIT Orders PLarmacy oct-dw -
.... .. as a..r pie wptlr attendse..t and Selling 'A MERlCAN"[Trade Mark LOCAL .! Alton Branch
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.. '...,. .r LAa 1'ay.
Wholesa D'itnbutor and Manufacturrr Agent Making
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-- Photographer.. Dealer Jobber. Local Newspaper If you toot your little tooter. and West vfound.
Publisher or Printer (WANTED in every city I __ ___ I Bound.
4)/) W. WEST, town and villa .. LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CON. then lay achy jour born 10 xr l.v .. 6'e) .. .. 111 l+r
TRACT Write for terms. TEN IIand..ene Arkansas Not a soul 'in ten short dais will low : :::1 r.:::::::.::::::::...::.::.::.::::::: '-..:: :::..Alton....:::. ...::.:::::.:::::...:::.:.::..::.: .:.::.t.1 11'Ca a:

PbjrUeUn and Surgeon. Photusimiie and Phototype Picture I'.wt- \
know you e ever born. TraIn.. 1oha-duleJ to C'.nn.t with futud Air I ire .nt herd and Atlantic Coant Line north
cards w.11 be sent to any address on receipt of bourd .t Live Oak For information tardir.g r.te. acheouk a and con nUliontl apply toT I
,MftI gaiWing, Ohio Avenue.Laa44iiw FIVE[2e:.] STAMPS. The man who tii rs pumpkins is I I' 't ''Tf"OI Fnr..rin.rrt'rrt. t'. P. WOODWAaD,G. F. A P. A.

y at Eltw-I lI\tel. American Photocolortype CompanyNot the man who pIowlTNall day, i ._. 1,

..... %.. Nl9s. Inc. Reproductions for Any Pjrpofe by Any And the man who kee's a humpingis '
...--. III.. :a_ Process. makes JR E ii .&IEF: :
the man who it pay. .
.... .. .
jlL&lela A (aoo.er.1 Nil 11.MM.R \ 337 Dearborn St. Chicago. 'Phone
The man who adterti!Fs with a f-hort

Harrison 4691. and sudden j'rk./ ,
F. t:. TMOMAdO
MaKers of Picture ru ardl'.CotorpVotoStereoR' Is ti e man who blanks the editor because 4
)[OWN & THOMASON. graphs. Ca'ender. Pictures for Newspaper Art
it works
never If its Grain Flour Meal Grits
Supplements Maffuina Covers. IcserUfor FAIT t Hay ]\
,
The who business has
man a
tiorui de Luxe P ctures for Framing. Art Studitw.or .

YSICJANS S SURGEONS, from reproductions 1000 up. Write for any for purpose rates in any quantity 12-t strong and gets5'thC. pull or anything in the Grocery line. We \
\nd keeps and paper from
---- .--- -- -- I
: tl.ORID.oPAPER \. year to year QUit full. have it, or will get it for you.

lie plans his adve tie >emnts in a
CRIN thoughtful honest way. Ten car loads of Groceries in I
%
- WALL \nd kt-ept his trade and paper from!
stock. Some of
makes it pay. j you merchants I

to Hj of nice wall pa- (The above was sect the Detwxra wise and
get
Laxative Fruit SyrupPleasant < save r
by Brother Ridley and it struck us at
*! ** H, tI, PL T T Y, at
being \ery much: io the point and we money by buying from ns. I

flA1 i MID S' rn ti. to take reproduce It for the benfit of those

The new laxative. Does who business! nets the "steady pull" r

.. nu I N n>nn. of advertising.) ; Visiting Merchants are Cordially united to make our office their h ad-
".... .. not gripe or nauseate. quarters while in the c.tOLD\.
If......A rilE R,

'... U1>rtk'ra .,, Cures stomach and liver A Most Worthy Article. A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT *
....... When an article has been on the
; 11.f. ....w.., I troubles and chronic constipation I
::1' -a t. market for years and gains friend

FlnltaDA.T. by restoring the e\edj j'<'ar. it is safe to call this me- live flak Brokerage & Commission

.
dicine a worthy one. Such i<* Ballard
J. LYLE natural action cf the stom- .
Horthoand It '
s Syrup. po* -
ach, liver and bowels. lively cures coughs and all Pulmonary -- -- -- -- ------ -------------- -

'- Price SOo. :. dl ases. Ooa of the best known
Refuse *ub tl u
1111 Use the best Brick in
.'D JEWELER merchants In Mobile Ala.. says: the State.

In most cases consumption results For five 'ears my family tas not

a : tit...... sl..... ... IMaM i from a neglected or improperly been troubled with the winter coug*.
IT'S MADE BY
treated cold. Foley's Honey and Tar i we owe this to Ballard HorerounSirup .l

cure the most obstinate coughs and i iI I know it has saved my childen -

prevent serious results. It costa i from many sick spells." Sold by
eSSIN I CLUB I The Callahan Brick Co.-_ Callahan na.
.au no more than the unknown preparations Suwannoe Drug Co. oct-dw I

.. and you should insist ui!>- A baby In the: house helps swell thee --- -
'.t 1ttlcd. .
1t on having the genuine In the yellow I IPiCkage. "* nf the gas and electric light

Ntol$ ::2 t, City Pharmacy. oct-w. ] companies. W. H. Goodbread, Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l Ag,(]for Live Oak.S.Tt' .


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THE SUWANNEK DEMOCRAT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1007. ; _
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m J. B. BARTON, Pres'dent.
H. M. WOOD, Chairman rin.tfMe(01IL
r) : P. J. BLUME, 1st Vice-President. '
P. AWn
ARNOLD MICKltR.
fi .D., L. BYRD, Vice-President. .

Capital and Stockholders Liability, '. $100,000.00.



The Citizens' Bank of Live Oak, i .



A A Bank of Stability. We Solicit Your Busjne..

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Can You Write a Ghost Story? FOUND AT S. J. Will

El
No doubt you know one you have been telling E3
for 'ears.Ve will give a 0L
Caj
The finest line of lIatJand
CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARS it t
for the best Ghost Story written by young for Men and Boys.
or old, male or female.
The only condition is that each contestant E E;j I Winter underwear both colt
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send Cents for
Fifty a subscription "
to THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE years a monthly E;I and wool for Men and Boys.
publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. El
ll
The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;
it has a will of its own, and stands on a plat- Wool over shirts, fancy dress shirts, men's fancy stffc ml. be,
form unique in policy and principle. The E E3 and childrens clothing. .
first number will appearNOVEMBER
FIRST E El Extra pants for school wear. Black Cat hosiery for nwn U.

Write on one side of paper only; story not 1 and children.
to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close l
FEBRUARY, I5th, 1908, E'3 Best line of childrens dress and school shoes to be found in aMdttt

and winner will be announced in the March E All at the lowest prices. Come in and lets show you,
number. Send in your subscription at once. E 1
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The Southern Cyclone I E! AT j


E : Drawer 39, : :Live i Oak Fla. E 1 S. Ja WHITE

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Any man could be an optimist if It Is funny how many people think
SHOES AND FURNISHINGS.
>e mould get out of the habit of taking putting on an Injured air is conclusive
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himself to seriously proof of Innocence. ,R/\TA ----A-IwI -TT/w/w--+-TI'AI' ,-TTTI'1 --
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t1g IiI How About This? t We Also Have


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You will never be, or see anybody r a full line of the

? better dressed than we'll do it for you I famous


x with Lx; : Boyden, and


J Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes.Here's Johnson & Murphy,


shoes from $5.00 lo Sift
one of the models all J
wool], _
perfect tailoring; and we'll fit any man
Our stock of shirts, underwear and
who comes big little fat thin. These '
t ; hosiery is complete. We are still han3i -
= clothes are made right.A. ; the well the
l i ; 1 ling known Emery shirt,

i' Ii i You want clothes 1: best shirt made to reailatJ.OOtoJI.a
3 your to fit, we _
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: i I wont sell them to you if they don&: J
,I. Copyright 190- by I
I \/.1 hart ScKaffp'r J Marx

No name and Stetson hats always on hand

\ ? you know what ther. are, the name is suffi-

cient.
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I Mens Outfitters, Live Oak FI'o'rida. kJV .


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