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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 19, 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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y 0: 10. 1s LIVE OAK FLOIUI. SATUIul. OCTOBER 19, 1W>7. TEN CENTS A WEEK.


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ARWIINM[ ORIEANS ANOTHER INVESTIGATION.w I SOURS' TRAIN \WRECK



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.bd Other* Wrr Wounded BeforetAlet I 1t'i.ck Said tl) Te Ow; of the "OM.

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Sow (Means,!l.a.. Oct. 13.-A h X1,1 \special to the Tirqes-Lfnlon fromPensfov

party of negroes barricaded them- l :; dated Oct. 18, 8aysl'Theflr5tionof 1t by MMh

ttlt{* In a downtown hou e tonight the five special.1 trains

lId Carted a ftnall riot. b+ a l I De Florida State :Troops to y A

One policeman was killed and several Pepsacola for the encampment was !t

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wrecked this afternoon on the P. & A. rt!
sere wojndedTtf :

> troublt started in front of thefecond division of, the-L. & 'N. railroad." e ,;.no.

4.4 wreek. occurrl + hnear Mariaona. 'V ltlftrlttiN.
Gttmin Presbyterian church (
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\ |I number of ''(he soldiers
al C TalborWjLilid Anette streets, dur- are reported

leg.services toYlght when several | as being slightly! Injured but none of

tccame JOlsteruus. Patrol- the injuries so far a!' can be learnedare h
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mA dm lonl! who attempted to serious. :\ ?

-The train was running at a high 1
arrdt them, w" llIed. The negroes
r\ rate of peed when a flange ota wheel I Ion
which
, ,n to a nearby house. they

barrjeaded. W1 shotguns, revol- \ s the forward truck of,.the baggage -
; 1blals
brok .
,.,. ud razors hey awaited the car : ;. .

,' The ac 'dent occurred at a curve enrN
whom .
pike. a few 0 gathered :'
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and the trtiVv
j swung across the track
gitc Iy aDd stored the boutle Sergait -
1- remaining a\d. arr1' g .\.K trucks
\n.Ue1 s mortallY wounds and m Columou Dispatch. *
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aid Parolman\\Venlck and Corperil -- - -- -- from underne\th ev/ry 'Jtoach and h

J1.. Dunn Yecelved serious AT TUB CHl'ltCiy-ls TOMOKUOtt.tV. Our New.. Hotel. .Notable. Fiitt: >rl.iiiini< iit. sleeper, pang e h ft truck on cadet r
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...*).. Shortly before m'dnlghtlb Our new hotel I which, we learn, _J_ __ the last sl& e give and all

still I In/ ('tu ) '. Pastor "* The home of i/ir, Mrs theca let the t ck, ut'none Overtonight -
rm was progress and the Ilapti.t =rc r.idlrj will be called/Hotel Snwannee, we and George 0
turned,\fld h Iew
N 1.t1t. u4 ant learned how the taegroM Someth'ng! intereKtlng for the Sun- tare been ioforired has ben teasel \Volfe was the/(ene ot a verj enjoy- ep ts e atp _

...J1erir 't'r* fared. A company of local da\ school P/the morning and ever. :u :':cbra. JV >. Pearson and W. S. abi, (Xc; .r.loufast evening when thy that w ith\ha e ept n f.bruises. .trb

totftta kkh banned to be drilling one who hot. present will regret It Letcher, whoa in the cify looking Senior Epworth League entertainedIn about the Wad an body-of a half
dozen ..Injuries
soldiers serious
to trod .f when after the detail of tij honor of the Peoples DO
pollcf headquarters wbtn it Is too| late. Bo there on Urn the nsactionbish Baptist Young ycr.
suffered. But little
H. tcBtlaf' wsii reported volunteer- and you virknot miss an>.thing. DroRKilej These gentlemen will fu the Union, adthe strangers of the were Information

Hi p.. "f k* ah& were rushed to the is hoiaw again and will havea building entirely with mq dern andrnishings town. The houseVas beautifully and can be obtained, however, ag the L. of la

.... .t n. riot\\ word for the school. up-to-date furn ire and f tastefully decorate4 with festoosp ot & N. officials are all busy in an effortto .
clear awac.the-arN .
TW H.( e ded [after an hour and At 11 a. m..M\. Rldle will preachon in everrleD' W wblte- and old gold, those being the +ekaaeQj" ttre

.aW '_ of Ahe house theTa and furnished It wdll be League colors. (lolden A special train was sent to the
-- ( by "\\ hy Christ' pity Cannot }'aU." one of the reds cut
point to bring the of tbe
Istlos ofB<|rs routing the ne- It you hear thi.! /talk you will never most comfortable,/ convenient and flowers and palms Also added much to troops

r If tvrata them out, mortally regret It. It re regents much stud, best equipped bo/telries In this section the beauty of thJ decorations. This wrecked train to the city but this bas

.....Ia.) o*. nd arresting the prayer and res =rch | of tbe Stat The building itself home is admirabre adapted to entertainments special is not expected to reach here 13

......... There will b some announcements 9 Is a beauty, tiding large and commodious I of thil kind, and Mrs. before early In the morning. The remaining -
four sections of the
Pstroasaa Ca nblons was killed by at both the mopi Ing and evening services -| and Its cation Is all that Wolfe) and Bliss 'olge are Ideal entertainers troop
I trains will be taken by the SeaboardAir
I hlfe tarvst.rriral .d his body lay for that you v 11 rejoice o\er Come could be desired/ The gentlemen Quit ft a nice program had

SM8ttd.alk Im.in front of the and bring jouA friends Jon't b' I leasing the Note are In no sense I been arranged, and every numberwas Line to Montgomery and there
I transferred to L. & N.
>* 4 loss ,, no one daring to afraid to ask a stfVuger to accompany j novices, but brig with them sufficient a treat The (first number on the the reaching

.... It Abou half an hour after you to church \ I IKemeraber experience? to guarantee a program was a bonk in which everybody here probaly tomorow afternoon
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I There Is no prospect of the track be-
U 4-.tfc a I all detail of police the l >ur for the evening -' satisfactory man gement. Mr: Pearson joined; this ws followed b> the,

.**. a iris a the house, more fcertke Is 7 o'
thl hit *f I /m falling; to the pave- 7:30 as heretofore I i clerk ot Valdesl hotel at Valdosta, the prayer b Hey./ Duutt. Special the wreck being one of" the worst to
occur In months.
*..l, M .y he negroes behind the Polite ushers, (.omfortable pews Ga. under the Direction of his bro- mention meat be nmde of the pleasing many

....... n police were driven to a splendid auditorium a free and easy I! ther-in-law. Mr *arnell.. Mr. Letcheris manner In vbUn the little Misses ,

I ......,. earrjf1 >( the wounded men spirit! pervading /very service make it recently from 'entucky, where he Helen Wolfe and /Mivia Evans rendered DEAD \\ 1SCOSISOLDIERS.I t

Ctrl use. a pleasure to worship at the Baptist has enjoyed a su essful career Both their putt 0/the program. Theyshow. Their Memory Hoyored ;Anderson-- 1.,

r ftadt t that threats and church Come faith us and we will J| are young and Progressive businessmen rronl-;- o/ great talent. The ,-n1tyf."O orgis.I ed Dt

*t Mia| .ers tit no avail, the police do thee good. and the Democrat joins In extending Instrum nta' soJ> by Miss Lucy Dutill
I Macon, Ga, Oct 17.-A special to
"X tr. ,. itL'are behind the house. I to them a hearty welcome I was very muclr. enjoyed and the
+r/ \ I the Telegraph\from Andersonrille.Ga .
n. NN drove the negroes from Prvhbjterian lliurth-J. P, Ford, among us'nNCIS. I vocal $<>!< bv :hiss Roberson was a
'. ., says: Gov James O. Davidsonand
-'TIxa Nt n a for hafet) singly Pavtor. treat .tn'Ihdf.. \ The humorous re-
I' staff, with a large party of civilians
U. list .e t falling mortal) Come to the Presbyterian church I JUSEI'I: S CONDITION. ciatation cv Miec\ Iag le Holmes was
...... :,I from Wisconsin, \ ere here today
** ........ b# ollce seeing that the tomorrow and Aging jour friends faullet_l> d I\'eted.; The last butb and dedicated the
mw-'iment erectedby
1'-' **\* .M .m rftihed In and searched with )'ou. A iqost heart and cordial \Rfd Fmperor's f ever Ha TakenMuch \ no means the toast number on the
... tbe state of \V in at cost ot
, isc.yft> a
*. l..... fiitllrretts, Including the welcon.e awaltt every one. The pas- : Binder Form. program was a uarettt>, "Love MO
c- I I UII.OQO to the iperfory of the \ *s
.$ss Mire. ere made Some off tor will speak ,'t Both hours. 11 a. m. Vienna Oct.A7.-The condition ot and the World Is Mine" by Misses cousin soldiers whoMiM at t:,e AT!.

f1. Mrs & .ted appeared to bat ana 7pm. Sue hemming Blanche Wolfe. Vivian .
1'rancts .
. .U .Joseph his evening Is as follows erwnville prison dnrn; : e chi! war
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u}. Evans and Mr Herbertolfe,
Avery
The school will meet as catkrrhal
M : The affection is .
and are buried in the national cemetery
b ..., the Brgroe* had sub* usual In the afternoon t slightly; better, >4t the coughing isifrequent novel and interesting form of here The n'yiV'r of the kionn
.& th sab1ih amusement then
"ere fbr ced* to turn Pra> every Wednesday : dry aiw violent The recurrence WB introduced i< ad from AMscoV'a is 17\;. The
a .sl of Each guest was banded a blank card
5\It 1.000 1
and fight night of the rver has takenamuch nonument Is made Georgia gianU!
-- all tiNr will with a tray pencil attached' On this
.r.'aulnlt threat The Lad! Missionary Society milder d
Jornx now amounts to (t. d is surmounted a bronze
bf oag'f
'1. sk JOChiDCa.11 meet In thi church Tuesday afternoon almost unBOtieeJwe card was written the League motto
: changes In the of largd.dln >
.... ... "oHjr Vhe chief In
and the shoos. "Autographc Formal -
at 3.3D o'clock. This is the temperature of tte\>atient, In spite t"'rlpyou on it ..e h Let us hone
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** I tkTl "'.\ :: tillM'Kli.'rwT [ first meeting since the summer \aca- of these Iraprovem ts.. however, the: introductions were tbea dispensed are." !
with and each oae guoa' kaew ih1 ,
tlon, and ery member is earnestlyrequested general condition his majesty is Ice ntonu cooiraimton. II IO
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6 ,, I / I other having secured W. slg ature. J
> ( ?*; In 11'a.h to'e> present as business oImportance f not quite satisfactory because he experiences lames, presiden H Russell ttv-
4 ill be transactedMeth'MKt na'n'\: refreshments were then servescnslstiag I i
fa .
more
sad stalls, j gue.I la-v and Lan! {!\: \\iiiiam ac.J" t
: o of lemenade, cake and g a.
Wbshs I The foregoing information was obtained s flied ibe par! a
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Oct 17.-.1n latine nerved wit whipped cream.
Ch n-t-lI utill, Pastor!
saw I.fl from a trustworthy private The principal ad were delivered
ailsoe1 of much legs Tbe social comm tee. consisted of' t\sses
r Tomorrow is Rally Day for the source It differs somewhat from the by Gov Davidson,
Adjt. Gen
is 114!
( ye.teeday was Misses Vivian Vernte Bryan
stlwjeI t 11 people called Methodist Ml the services communications given out which represent Evens C. R. Boardman and Judge L. II. Ban.
woof.e brreau I Vlrdie Haddock
t- and Dr Price, who
I k of the (fay will partake of Rally the patient as improv'n' ? croft The monume' was presented !
s.c I after t a. arranged this entertainment deserves
% Day features from the Sunday school daily with satisfa tory heart action by President James/o GOT Davidson
.le its pi+e. the dig great credit for tbeimanner in wbieh
S*!$ N at 9IS: a. li.. to the Children's service and a regular strong pulse { *ho received It an4 delivered It
Into
?ei si.ly five thouh they carried It
t OaLAt a late hour t
at 7 hu. Let Methodist!
every the care of the motional Woman,
aaW.iI.a bitt are the many guests reluctantly bad
come and being a friend. Let every body fomeLpbcopal Relief Corps wbicp has charge of the
tie IW.eH.a4I t geo-deight to their cbarmfng hostessexpressing (
9; 45 a school prison park. Th / .
F4 It Ti..wosrapnsetl.ip.ld their thanks for keynote of the addresses
11 : 00 m.-Preaching. The C: CTjur h-Curtis Grubb, many was Let have ,
ps peace.
such
awler.f a pleasant vfilng.
Church an the Child." lector. ,
t--I Gov. Davidsonand party left for
hH4a.akes ----- \,
I ::30 p.'m' .-Junior League Services at Episcopal church at 11 Macon here
ki si altos.., TD, r.tt.e..N \ How meek they will spend the r r"i
and 1 It wly a girl Is during
) I 3.30 (i m,-Senior EpwoithLeague. clock a. m. nghtt.! 4 o'clock tomorrow morning -

a: ..t 1e I > Sunday school at 10 o'clock a m courtship and how strenuousafter they will |o to Atlanta where

7: 00 p, m,-Rally Day Exercises, No evening f Services : marriage. I/ they will apen/ two days.





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J ha or J IHjh; School/ Report. COTTON IS HOTTINGPiclerx I IH'au.'It" 3?

Laa.friday: cl .cd tte first month
Are Scarce In Spite
o( ire ,Ugh ScVooL The monthly reports (

of tte Alldren were sent out Of HiRh Wages Offered. I!

OB Monday ftt"rnoon. All parents (Gainesville Sun t ,

should/ give careful attention to these The farmers of the Sea Island cot-

\ If they indicate that
.sn
report
ton belt irrespect of any panlcl'tar
.her U deac.<'n>* In scholarsh'p.! at- rg >j
locality seem to be "up againstit"
efed or ilo tOrt lent. help the i

teacher to bring abott an Improve-
that the crop is reported:
metn before the r to be an j where from 25 to 33 1-3 percent

children report tit they have loot short throughout the beH' ..h.
'r "' o/the month's work
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1. n.-ue
waiter of gathering that of the piuuwhich :
them ask the
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L.ybaTe
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In-f did mature is proving a di

teacher for a/upllcate. Seult problem according to the ieV universal testimony Red Rock
The uroryof the month has been By ,
ort of number of
> a growers. Owing
<-ple did. \'hE'1 we consider all tho to the numerous' naval stores and : f Fruit Punch has been awardedthe

+ condition,Ywe coald scarcely have! lumber plants in operation throughout 'I palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and
month' j
valuable
e a 1 anticipated 11 ork. Thl attendance a more has been good. I this section of the country, a1! success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordancewith

clamoring for labor and paying good
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+ tbe pupIlV have, applied themselves ; the following:
f ''t I I wages, it has\een a problem to FORMULA
teachers'have teen enthusiastic
well and
twi '
\energetlc. secure pickers, nd It was reported (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) .1

lere Wednesday fiiat growers are of- LEMONS 1
8 ORANGES 6 PINEAPPLE 4 it
-. We would call attention of I:
spin fering from $1.23\o $1.75 per hun- QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE
t to the flct that only one week I t I "'
parents dred pounds for gatVerinrfthe sta;>l". 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES
tba entrance of children
remains for
F I and labor is scarce aithaIn form- fine with
Crush and lemons chop pineapple cover
! i w'I o have neve/ been to school. After ( oranges sugar,
I next week no children can enter the I er Sears picker\ha\Gfben accustomed allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the

; first grade uiless they show themselves I, to receive anviteia of bev..nt>- pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add
five cents per hun red f>r their: labor !
( of equal advancement with the I the fir quarts of Icd Roc!:.
tp last year the priceXgofig to $1. and i
class. If yot| Lave small children to
in some \ert unusu I stances $1.25 ;
L ;' enter the flat grade this year let hundred S s' -- -ass arasi a7!- ,ws atssa tt DZ.71r t7r .
if
per This t edition of af-
I them come a ft once. We would urge
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fairs -
U laid Jt the JoVrs of the mill ------- -I
parents to kern the little ones Ir as I
NNt11 1 N f'1N.qTHE
turpenWe asp
men and operators, COMING :
regularly as p sslble. A day lost to
1 t them Is much pore difficult to makeup the growers declare they are respon- FAMILY! SHOK: STORK. 1
sible. However these men are not to
ttan a daY ost in a higher grade. AUDITORIUM I ;
a blame, as the:> are as badly in need +
i The total enrollment for the month l t Tt ink w1 t ,aMSf .
of the a
help as cotton Ther
j grower. "..' ... ....
1 : was 441. Toe average dally attendance I Ti>a. ili \\
should be no scarcity of pickers at ...... .. 10.. ....
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j was 38 1. Both the enrollment 3 NIGHTS 3 !r ;! 68
the figures offered, however, as wo .. "Our KMtn '. !I... "
and the atte is the largest ever
face I
I men and children who are unfit for STARTING .:tar Br",in.l s J''. M :
made for the IGrst month.
4: null and turpentine work make admirable 4 $ : a .., a .t ot, :. I ..nrfr
Tte percentage of attendance brooms ah
cotton piikers Nevertheless Thursday Oct. 24 .. 'If" of > f q 'y.t .
is : Miss McClin-
as
follows it ii the case that pickers are in I .l1r. it:I Ii ,.. .. I :.

= # ton's room, 862 Miss Anderson' demand the staple in many instances 1E'I.\1.. MVTINKKT. I IUenry ec *iR : .' I.
i, e 11 room. 91 Mist Fields' 91 :
; room ; .. ,
> rusting and rotting in tbe boll and 1 I-ft.' IQU:: 1 -
1 9 Miss Penney's tom, 89; Miss Hum- ; Fhe> .
vinj
the situation at present looks anything f. Will i JOMAN t
: phreys' room, 93; Miss Wertz's room, but favorable. t ark S t 1 AND CHILD .Our Fain.ade ,,' :4' ....

_' i 97; Was Bou 'are's room, 93, Mias .' l> ,,1: ,I
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Wilson's room, 97; High School 97. t 1 h;4 spec'a:t\ t 'Of"t
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Notice to Our Cu..tolUt'rs.We CONiDIANS.an Ct11 sjW
Mss Wer |'s room has the best are pleased to announce th.t t MADE N StU3UIS Sy" from the b" ,\ '. tf

attendance fdr the month by a small !I. a'her 11.1'i I ", w
Fole>'s honey and Tar for coughs, rC13S ;V 1AhDS1.. .,
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I fraction andHs entitled to carry the an Entire new Li->tcfProuuctions f bought for I' ''',
colds and lung troubles is .
not aftere .
: With
_, flag which goVs each month to tht Opening
tbV ed by the National Pure Food and : The : The Men's and Boy's are Go ch"ar welts wV t' '... ', ,t
room having best attendance. Southern Sensation
Drug law as it contains no opiates or I t the soles' are flex!ble and that there are MI 1.141.". _.*! *

The honor rob is Composed of other harmful drugs, and we recommend "THE WHITE CAPS"Car thread inside to hurt barn and blister tbe fee I:, ',c:; r.. ..

those pupils wh|>'have a perfect at forced under n,. 'I..'
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it as a safe remedy for children : nor in : 'i bra s chn'h "d !
1 tendance perfe 4 in deportment ando d LoadSccnrry, hh Class \' >it'et cannot rip.
a-;d adulK City Pfaar- [ latest loving I i Ll-nes, Vw Itastrat-: t
not fall belo
good on study.
any
mac)" oct-dw (d Songs. : UK SKI.L: T*''": in:\'; 1'tit ';;_.':'. tllld $.t.4Nl. Ir'l. "::.u,,
Tie list for thil month is given b
I ) LLx'1'tM EXTI --- I ; $ LITTLECIiiLs' si T"
I grades as folio's: OTI('.:. Capt. Geo. Liable and Miss Annie Nelson -
Miss McCinttm's Grade-MoslcyCJed I Two of the Smallest i I On account of the Women'* Misses and (.'tti'a.' : :i d'OI't

I Hardee. Winni I have sold my drug business to : having" metal clinch sole retainer the !*.. <'. iiOil '' t'.l'1 a=+tt', I
Gilmore
; 1 Mary UOY\L Lll.LII'UTIONS IN THE
: Stubbs, Donn: Wooten Wallace MUs Myrtle Wade who will continue WORLD : : FIMIM" Ml')hs: I'OK WOulet.: .: t J
Caswell. the business as heretofore.I Iu a aeries of operaiic and dramatic M0<< ( IIU.IIIM'.N. Ii. : 1'- 1.:,; .'. *n assume all the liabilities and win sketches which
are changed nightly. ;
Y Miss Anders 6 Grade--Ella MaeWallace ,The SOar on tho 5 eel and th- name "Ot K h'1\:1.: 1 "n :''" :

Mell Bodge, Merle Parnell, Oak collect Drug all accounts Company.due the old Live Reception Don't forget Matinee.I'Y.ICES the. Special Saturday 1 vole of each shoe. is aguarantee; thai they are : ,,,...-; i jf"OJ"

Blanch Horn, prace Earle Hildreth, strutted and full of satisfaction.
I thank my customers! who have \ Matinee; janJ 35c. I
liazie To "('l' the mis
Collin to like them.
Nannette Gilmore, C-iiif see them
been e Nights 25. 3i. 50. ,5c
so liberal with their patronage ;

Ollie May Gussie Byrd, Kat and ask that they continue to pat- Seats now on sale at BUTUR BROS. BOWLING
Wood Cartll. Hugh McDaniel ; LUMBER CO.
ronage the business.V.. II. BELL. r
Murray Blume. . . ,_ ,
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tIEs, I HENRY f. WILLARD. I '- .& .- .- .- .- .- . . . . . . . . .t & j.
Penne/s Grade-Leone King, I :
W\\T $:><>,}> ;
Helen Bard'np: Vannie Drew. i

Miss lIum hrey's Grade-rCharle
Fur Death of He/ lIubuulln" nur-
E. Groover, Sallie Groover Milton
Ida Cojmot Camp
Haddock. Ai drew Hatcher Harold e

i Uobblns, M dred Smithson. Suit for 15(1000 for the allt'ed .y

Miss Wer'!z's Grade-Harry Horn causing of th< death of t'njanutl

Miss D ulare's Grade-Bessie F. Hughes, cole red. has been broug F

Evans. \ In the circuit curt by Clara IhuL

1 Miss B mUares Grade-BessIe widow of the Jecead., again.5 tV

Bardln JeiAile Blackburn. Evelyn lessees and S leRit'f'S of 11,. con: _
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Conner Uz 'e Lawler Laura Parnell, victs. I

f Florence \\ lard. Collin Mangum. The defends s in the s-un ...:'C: S ANALYZED

High School-Lizzie Dexter Susie .\. Rawls. Sodetnon'me la Florldienne c:=

Hemming. Ejna Blume. Mima Hank-' and J. B ltenback & Co a An over the U. S. and in foreign countries the remarkable

Ins Anne! Barclay, Aubrey Evans foreign corporation. doing butlnc" tion popularity&D I in lOrD.of caae.Coca-Cola&q eriUeiata has drawn upon itself the atten- -
of HeaJad Pure Food Auth'tt.
j Alma Benn/ under the laws tie& As a d.r.-ct eQasevueace Coca-Cula.... ..
Cllfford Parnell Walla oflthe State of Flor every secttw b, the nwet bees earful F ana',aed

I low bnd, Lucy Hopson, Annie Belle Ida. The last-nained company has d.dings his ia lust a de THERE oeatwy report 13 eminent beee,C::=t.and in fu.tJI':eonaens a sin=1.a instance of-

its headquarters 1 Belgium. Europ'. ANY livRE UARYytJ TIL\N BSoLUTELTNOTRING 13 FOUND L'i TEA OB INCOCA-COLA WI7EE." .

Llle."I. The suit is an ac ion cx-delicto. and Jacksonville CooCria Bottling Co., Jtckuavllie. ria.

Dear Old Mother. damages as state above, are set at '

"My dear old mother who U now $50,000. Harwlc Farris & Jennings : I

eliht-three old. are counsel for the complain, H-nr f' Willard's Comedians,
years
I EJ. tr'c Bitters writes W.thrives B. Brun-ou ant. The paper! were filed yesterday \\ho will dlay here next Thursday I Live Oak Bottleing Works Sole AgnLS

wa. of Dublin Ga. "She has taker' morning in the circuit court here, Friday and Satueday nights i -'
and Saturday matinee. 3
them for about and then forwarded to Citrus countyfor from the I
two years and -1 sveeral cpunties of ojYtoutTbe i
enjoy the An lllu\i I. J
.
_ ao cellent appetite, feels strong and record there' ,i.and mhtreatnientlwhile State. Battenbach & Co., are engaged .
' serving out ba'name
)
sleeps' well. That's the What in the phosphate business .
way Elec Case 1 s. I conducting "
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his sent 'nor in tie camps Shortly has l*,t-n : "
tric Bitter affect the aged I it on a la/ge/ scale
and the in Citrus If
Benjamin F. )Hughe, the for thereafter Hughci died. '..
negro An Inquest of a regiment ;,-. :
same happy results follow In all cases II I and other counties and In this suit
whose death te complainant sued was held and verdict was to the racks i. 1'e8er\.j
of female weakness and they are made II
general debility co-defendants
" was arrested I, Duval county on a 1 I eject that t7 I died from na.turalI Rawls with latest recruit t IIIIfJ
Weak as
puny children too, : sub-lessees
are
I
charge of larceny" To this Information ; causej One witnesses testl-! ;!! it yet."

greatly strengthened by them. Guar.nt.eJ he pleade l guilty in the crimin !; f>lni; to this, flct was a physician The charges haVe not yet been filed CrimMbet f II< -
also for I I|
stomach liver and In IialslatYkcr
J al court of re4 brd, and was sentencedto I the circuit court, but it is under mean to say hi rI I .
kidney troubles by Barclay & Groove Suit|I. Ct'! UD. i
a term of in the stood that
imprisonment they 1111 be practically the )
druggists SOc oct-dw* : There the -
convict nmtter ended .and taJ
cam" Hughes served his came as those i i
I. been aln ost forgotten I faade by Hughes up-
until
term and at/the end thereof return this suit
on hIs return fr m the I I It's tlte natural I f't.'
Men are 1 bout showi figs ed to Jacksonville. He was in ill was filed yesterday Rawls & Co. camp. I i, ..1IfII-
I that onabl s her 'rbf ,
'
their goodness a th re bold 1 n health and claimed his defendants In this '
that physical C4. e. are lessees Fizze! 8od4 ,wt'
f water
Is
proclaiming It. I a fiz-E'e :- ainl'n rt '
condition was due to severe whippings of the State convicts, receiving them nevertheless .
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\(). 65. twenty-five ( $:5) dollars; dealers tnt ject to be paid or remitted uPon I. Each local agent of insurance company religious books only aba" II

\ *. til.'r Tatr, lr vldliiR for the contract for n n-payment thereof,, ney is advanced or loaned on d lag business in tte C t) Traveling dealers wit; ,:"ut
.'. ,?raI Tlirrrof and Prescribing five ( $5) dollars; provided ths! shall ;stocks bonds bullion bills o; ex- of Live Oak, Fl rida including corporations who shall bargain r **I' nay .
I', ..h.** f..r h"lpg BusinessVllli- not apply to !persons taxed as merchants -' ange or promissory note or receiv- or associations engaged ii wares or merchandise lur cub.
". IJotiM. or Oilier Failure tot ; dealers in gasoline or I e 1 for discount: or for sale shall be the business of insuring: against fir>, otherwise: by sample or In any otl f> ..
iJyVNIi the rruvlslons There. raphtha. at wholesale, five ( $5) dollars retarded; as a bank or bankers, and indemnity accidents: to persons, acing manner for present or future Delivery
i ; dealers in automobiles, aut snbject as atieh t tr.e provisions of II as surely upon bonds guaranteeing to any person whatsoever by
r4 'r.-d by the Mayor and motors or otter horseless vehicles, this ordinance.I fidelity of employees and insuring himself or agent r a1 nt.. following
< < ">'tied of tbe City of Live Oak. twelve dollars and fif'y cents enders of money either persons, employers against liability for accident after to deliver: atd coli! f >r tame,,
I r ra Cl :.:iO ) ; dealers In Illuminating firms, corporations, associations or II : t. employees, and life insurance except a licensed dealer -' i ; b*

r o a I. The no person firm or lubr'cating oils, at wholesale, their agents, not taxed as bankers, companies, shall pay to the City deemed a peddler under this .rUance.
M .. ion shall engage in. manage dollars and fifty cents $12.50)) orj toinq the business of lending! or ad- of Live Oak a license tax of two This ordinance ..i: ill inwddlers .
.iiluet any business pr fesslon each place f business! ; proprietor vaecing: m tee: for which interest Inspection (, dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50): of clocks si'ove. rvh f

patio. meat oned In this proprietors of each gara.ze for fees or other rerauenrations I I Each traveling agent or solicitor: of sewing machine agent. wi.' .f tell
"C' within the City of Live In? automobiles five ( $5) dollars; charged in excels of ten per cent any insurance company as describedin ing by sample or on future delivery,
t kirUa. unless a City License dealers In junks twenty-five. $25) I tier annum secured by mortgages, I the preceding section doing busi- or otherwise: pr vided! that Pf'rea.
t. -. bn first procured from dollars: dealers in oleomargarine orbutterine. bill of sale, power of attorney ness in the City of Live Oak, ..":1I1 ent or locally estr''Iisked agent ka11
i ,' Collector of the city which wholesale, handling orIgInal ther legal transfer: of personal pay a license tax f twelve dollars a id be exempt from the prov1too of thU
..-.BO .' all IH issued t esch packages 'nl) ten ( ?10) dol
.< fuss or corporation on receipt lars. or advances; or any person, Each insurance adjuster, whether Travelng dealt'-. going from n'Ue!
.....t rorelnafter provided, Dealers in pistols bowie knives, + corporation or association doirg! the resident or non-resident who bas EO' to piece, selling 40 do. ware or
rr with 'b* Cty! Clerk's fee of sling shots or brass knuckles, Springfield' l"ifrir.e"s ef securing sash 1 ans or I paid a license as agent or traveling merchandise of all d *erip' 'n b*
> Are enu for every license rifles, repeating rifles or dirk !' "' :...'!c4, for borrowe'-j UI)'>R such' agent, who adjusts insurance losesn pay to the City of II'. tat a .-
i It. Mav and said license shall knives, twenty-five ( J25) dollars; ocuritles and argiag such borrow- I !: this city shall pay a license tax fax: of tAenty-flve ( $lIt dollar. alt 4
...-4 by tie Tax Collect r ani p-ovlded said pistols. SpringPeM! or ;( '>.commission.. Inspection or o'her of five ( $5) dollars. it shall be unKwtifl for wrb proo.or
., eat shall lave the seal of the other repeating rifles bovle knives.! e for their: services, fchc.51 .,.3a Contractor for the erection of dealers t. ell or attempt i* .II
..( Live Oak hereon Every drk! knives, brass knuckles: auJ .ln! "(n e ta:: t-- the city of one ! shots shall not be s Id to muo";, i 100) dollars fr v dollars. other Jkvne '
,n,tortlag the singular number r j- | ac of hu;>!- any .'fIr. "or.b..-
.
tear .*tend o and embrace the It'rv"Ioatlon of this Section s>&1'1:11 I ", '9.i'ver. Job printing offices, rnn"lns by er or drugglM.
b ember end every word Im- be '}unlt-l'ed by a fine of not excte-1-1 i person. Srri 3r co:;)nrationr power, two dollars and fii\> cents Trad'ng stamp fti tuporeo; ** Of
..< the plural number may be 'nq one hundred dollars or br 1mprl ,. -, 'arl'eniraged! In the b'-afnew! of'ending $2.50)) ; steam laundries five ( $5) corpora' Ion., kn wn a* iroM.x .*...p

I ,.1 >...! and limited to the singular! .onment not exceeding: sixty days, money In said eiv anot I dollars; Chinese laundrif't5): companies, shall pi\ '? the ('t. t
.,.i....*, aid every w rd importing r by both such tine and Imprisonment :axed as bankers i'.T: n !lr- nse dollars; livery, feed o- -:t.- ,': i.'es. licence tax of He hundred < $%c1'
,.. ..er.lto. tender only may be ex- at the discretion of tie Mayor. tax of twenty-five ( $2*) d liars. i keeping for hire feed or iihinsu, dollars. .V.'reha.>t'a* '".!>i- dsr
,......4 sad applied to females as Dealers In secondhand clothing, For each public slag:" hr ': and I not more than five horse. a- .' r.ies I stamps shall .pa i't' .' v. >
r, as ....., \Vlene\er the word for each place of business! twelve dollar dray, charging for > ':! portt.rli. not two dollars and fiftv cents t $..;)0) ; tat of one h.nd"i i'lil I twos
...tb U .1Ie\! In this Ordinance it and fif'y cents (51-: .">Ui : provided operated by keepers r live.... stables, more than five and iess thnn ten ( $125) dollar f<>r "a'a ph" '

Aj i...i t.. bold t mean aQmiatlon, that merchants paying a regular using! single team r 'tJ; iloHjr! and horses and mules three dollars end business' where th ,\ a-*- -_" .' ... -
j .r4 tte word "swear" shall be held l'cene: shall not be qi.'rod to fifty cents ( $%.50) .- : u 'WI.de affrm.fk "av this license; dealer in -econd-j, team, the sum of fi- IS" l drr: -. ,-s. t than ten and less than twenty Lures furnishing light. f';' *.r gM i* "t.->
< :: No license shall Iw Issued hand l>o ts and shoes'lve I ?." ) dol- I'' avery: hand or tnir:; asirciiaiionor : and muIt, six 11011.:. sand twenty- sic, having n capita! I : ae ant amore i
'n' Bn.rr than one year, and all'. lars for e;>c" place of b'tilne--i; each other traveling; (. vtnc'er'ng or five cents ( $&::;) ; more than twenty shall pay a I. N.J Un of

|M..n*.* allan expire n the first day :| dertigt. permanently located ftvej I II nomadic people vhr -'j-1! <"1'11'". pitch and less than twenty-flvo horses end seventy-five ( $75) dolUre. $1". see
c i "ober of each )ear but fra t'on-I|I ( $5)! dollars; each traveling dn1t1st'l their: tents st p *n . II"DU', ecet at hereinafter pro- five (55) do'lars; drovers s,' of telling f<> tunes, trtjint; I twenty-Rve: horses ai>d mules, tuc.ity fifty ( $50) dollar.; to ib.. $1".
Ii.r4! nay be issued to expire on thatA pucMon! or otherwise five till horses peddling, tradinr Itr oivcr occupation ( $20' dollars. 000 and more than $'."'. ,> -r' .
N ..< a proportionate! rate. All lire : dealers in el"c'noal dO-1 in the City of Live Oak Lunch stands ( r ea". .* houses at seven dollar and Mtv **"i.
)Ire* mar be transferred, with the or a'.',liances for pr fit, fire ( ball pay a liven** tax to tae city of I railroad depots, seven u :*.. and $37.50) ; $25.0.' 10 $*... .., !
tol' .i'.val of the .Vayor: with the buslr -!I dollars! for eac1' place of ),u ln Ole hundred (5100 ) dollrrs. Any fifty cats ( $..:;0) twenty-five ( $U) dollar, I. *.***
r ( r which they were taken out, I[I c.."h lwyer. five ( $5) dollars; preen I pens n violating: the 'rovls'otii of thlnaraxraph :MecLiiu and rep. ir si.--;' for to $25.009.: ten ( $101 V>tar! *_ !...
airs there is a bona fide sale ana ;:!i erowers and dealer In fresh fruits shall upon -'jnvlctlon. be public! use, five ( $3); dol'ars. than $1 0.01)". five $3) 4..1...*
nuts not irercharti. dollar fined not than '. Lung testers striking machines Pr tided further, that
tanker of the property issued ani icd I i one more \ i' hundred ; say Is4lvldsa'
-ui >loved In the business a* stock in find' fifty cents ( M."'<)) for each place < $:!uo ) dollars, or !J-D-in-rned not we'ehing maehin-. phonograph, j'{ company firm or rorpttmtloo. fnrnuhIng E
trade| : but such transferred license\ I I of business; hypnotist, pr fessional, :longer than three morion r froth graphoph.ones, UIM :' !'o\ i, chewing ;t gas or electricity to Iu e .fei. r.
a! oJ., lc held to be good only for the I I flfty ( $50) dollars: hawkers and fined and imprison'-',, a' tb. d'scre- gum stands, automatic ponny-in-the- and making a charge by M.ter sat
!' t./th of time for which it was I ''reet vendors of medicine drugs; or tlon of the Mayor. slot machine, whet operated f r profit who shall make a minimum' itUliall) taken out; provided, that patent medicines, fifty ( $:;0) dollars Darber shops mcnian one chair. two dollars and Lfty cents ( $2.50)each. / without reference to the meter abs'1'
I each to sell ;w'> ( $2) dollars f twtfi pay a tax of aft .e >
tie or ginal license shall be surrendered tar day they attempt ; I ; or additional licence < i""rr
I beef and meat markets and fi"h'' vn'r. fifty rents: billiard or *o>l 'a :Olf'rq of wrry-go-rounds, I'I cent more than ab ve set out prov'Jed -
-o and filed with the City Clerk !
marketsball each nay a license ofwenty"ve 'a',!e 1"1; for p ..r' fll'\"I' dnlitrr 't e'k, ,1oi'M.-! City cents ,I however the above i rovl.4 I at tie time application for transfer < $." > dollars ;t ;. .... Mir rents < 11. "'" fur each i i'I&1.6): : tilaninr.il's: and novelty I|i shall not apply to companies or In
U made, and such transfer after being
ffx-chqut store-kfeners and druc- a:.i\'. .'.': !. :-, -"-",'. dollars an 1 lift cents jdiviauals wn furnish meter wfihom
approved s! all be of the same
T'st for act ne thousand dollars, j jor i.o-'rdtng lio; :,. ..... ialg;i.'g !houlif'4 or 'tt. 1,1I : planing mil' including dry II cost to places of botoe. sad rest
II and effect the original
force aj .
license. rr. ,"ion of one thousand dollars '':l, 1 avinz \T11'1\w.lH'on for i kiln no, connected wltliav mill! five dentl't.i .
of .-''M-k! d' merchandise one dollar I--a h'trlrd ('1' rt?:'" l" l;ers or i t > iSoSl&r ;. i Sec. 5. That all con firmed cripples
Sec 3. All licenses shall be -
I payable a 1..1! t*fc-('uti ( $1.50): for each placef 'IO" r- r:i':.!! !>aa license tae 'f 1'! ,'.-t'trant ;;; end !n.ll lk' .'tng: ; physically Incapable of mai..1!
the of
before first day
or
on ''ii'-ine"s; any merchant keeping! ., ,e bun'"1 f = II) I dollars' ; 1.\iO :sat I 0"". having vtniiiodifioiii; for i labor shall be allowed t opeddle "iI"
October of each year, and n license 'ov.nri nt"Hpes In stock for sale ni : ('' ,jd (1 t'fP"I': I-r I lodger; or !-i''ns:: '!!':. -It,... or more persons, out paying a license, using their own
L at all be Issued for any fractional por- '--., ,,- ? manner as other mTulie. : i..1er:, ,s':ant, -51c t; Jol..r.: ; .\. J.dc: !!.../.. iiiJ fiflj cocts l I capital only not In excess of Ore
tion. of' a )ear, except t) a' any license ..).. hall not be: tax,! as se\- oae hundred to two hundred lodgers ( $12.50) ; less than twenty-five person : hundred d liars; provided acb cripples i
erwUe" In this Ordivsate
i : specified
to 'In: !ac-'n anent; or d..al 'r. I; or boarders fifty ( $50) dollars; ill, live ( $5) dollars. shall be resident of H9a.*e *
be issued after the first
may rental heelers or all i>er:o s seventy-five to one hundred lodgersor Saw mills including planing millsor i County, Florida; and. provided farther tit
day of April to eiplre October first. 'la'nlnjr to Veal by absent trt. tmf'nt.1 boarders twenty-five ( $25) d*'l- dry kilns, with daily output often ;i such exemption shall be allowej
of ne-half the amount .
apes payment in- i'undre.l'$109) dollars; provid- lars; fifty to seventy-five lodgers or thousand feet, or less, two dollars only upon the cerllflca'e f some reputable
I Bird a* the. price of such license for 4 that n-ithin In this clause shall b arders twelve dollars and flfty and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; more thin I physician of the disability

one )err.tom' '1 e c trued as affecting the mem- cents ( $12.50) : twenty-five to fifty ten thousand and less than twenty- herein named.
4. That the followingaaaerated "er* f any Ohrlst'an! denominationvho lodgers or boarders seven dollars five thousand feet, five ( $5) dollars; Sec. 6. That each railroad eom<
individual license taxes pray for the recovery of the sick ; and flftey cents ( $7.50) ; fifteen totwentfive more than twonty-five thouand and pang whose track extend Into .,
tull be paid to the City of Live Oak ,??i, nrtili permanently located lodgers or boarders five less than fifty thouand feet ten through the corporate llm't of 1J9. t

M. the persons engaged in managing! 've ( $" ) dollars; each oculist travel- ( $5) dollars; ten to fifteen lodgersr ( $10) dollars; more than fifty thousand Oak shall pay a 1It"t"8M tu f
'raovictloc the several occupa- -.' "*ven d"1hra and fifty o-nts boarders' two dollars and fifty feet fifteen ( $15) dollars. seventy-five ( $75) dollar
U..*. busiuesae3 or professionsaanrd ( $1.ro. ; provided he has no licenses cents ( $2.50) : accommodation for Shingle mills, whether connectedwith Sec. 7. It shall be 'be duty of tbe

I to-.. : ." provided bv State law: each I lodgers shall be construed to mean saw mills or not having daily City Tax Collector, before issuing a
Schedule .\ ...nt'cian permanently I cated. two the number of beds habitually kept capacity of twenty-five thousand I license, based on a property valuation
e'ioners, five dollars ( $5); collars and fifty cents ( $:!.50) ; each for such lodgers and not the numberof shingles or more, twelve dollars and or capital stock capacity of production
.orb Individual conducting the bus- I contained the house. than rr other contingency, to
intician. traveling, sever dollars and r oms In fifty cents ( $12.50) ; less
,... of abstracting titles seven dolUr Boiler ani thousand I require tbe party applying for Ml4
1 M y cents ( 7.50 ; each osteopath, and machine shops twenty-five shingles; pet p
and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; agent' He ( I15) dollars: pawnbrokers for foundries connected seven dollars day. two dollars and fifty cents license to file under oath, 4.l,
or icMte for the purpose of sol cit- 'ac h place of business, fifty ( $50) and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; bottling ( 2.50. .1 authenticated, a statement of tie
Ur orders for or making sales, ex- 'ollt'-: peddlers and hawkers of works and sodawater factories, ten I Owners or managers of shooting value of the property or amount eI
*'**(..* r deliveries of, or ptrform- "'echandise. not therwtew enumerat- ( $10) dollars; brick yards or fac- galleries, two dollars and fifty cents the capital stock or capacity of pr
tag say other service relating to or --TKH'ifically herein fifty ( $50) t ries, five ( $:,a dollars; buildingand ( $2.50). 'I dtiction, which statement under oatb.
**.* etei with any of the person 'ollar: r-edJlers of stoves and ranges loan associations, foreign, two I Shows or circuses exhibiting or I shall be attached to the mon'bly 'I'I
ar' tI... commodities or transactions hundred dollars within i port of licenses made by the Tai Col
nd clicks or ether or any of them, and fifty $250) ; giving: a performance tents
....... Wlow. to-wit : and loan local whether covered uncovered with I lector. A failure on the part of the
old from wagons, t,, nt '-fiv(' ( $:!5J building! associations i : rr ,
A|..t. for bicycles, five ( $5): dol Tax Hector to require and attach
'ollars each piano tuner. rno dollar twelve dollars and fiftey cents or without horses, twenty-five ( $25)
;
\ lan, a(DU f r typewriters, five nd ff> cents ( $I.r! 0) ; each photo- ( $12.50: carriage and wagon fact I dollars: d- '; .r pony shows, char lngtwent.fi"e I said oath as aforesaid hal) be easy t*
Ili leUr! agents for building and for from office.
; ranher. permanently located two ries Including repairing, one dol- cents or less admlssl" n suspension
*... HMOrtat ons. local five ( li collars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; each lar and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; carriage I and using no other animal and giving I Sec. 8. Any person or ir..**,
w ti.llere. agents for building and loar '''oto rap''f'r. Itinerant, five ( $5) repositories, not connected with factories ; no other kind of performance. firm or corporati n, or aavdeUttai
avwuuon. foreign, one hundred 'ollars each person selling any pat- five ( $5) dollars; cold storSt five ( $5) dollars; charging more than that shall carry on or conduct nybsines
; I
ltl .'ii dollar; agents f r claim right to sell patent'' ? plants. not connected with ice '' twenty-five cents admission, fifteen *, occupation or profrculon f"i
nt right or any '
sad collections not taxed a t banker which a license is rrqalr by 'Ki'
'phts twelve d liars and fifty cents factories for pr fit, five ( $5) dollars. ( $15) dollars. tilI
or ....'.ra, five $5) dollars; agents $12.50) Concert halls pleasure parks, or Skating rinks bicycle rinks! or ordinance without first obtaining
for rt MbhrB or dealers not taxed as such license, shall, except IQ scab
where
Every street doctor or dentist, ornv roof gardens dance halls bowling alleys, five ( $5) dollars;
P'e'rt asts. five ( $5) dollars; agents Itinerant vendor of any drug, variety performances musical or street hiws, performances or cases as arc otherwi e''(>rovl4
for tnoaamenta and tomb-st nes appliance of any kind In- otherwise are given, or where females carnivals, for each tent or other ordinance, upon conviction by 'w .G.la
1oc.10 dollars and fifty cents Mntment for or the treatment of any dUae are employed as waiters.tw'ntth'c structure and for each day two dol- Mayor, be punished by a AM of not
It; *.e I. apenu for monuments andtokibrtones ended more than five hundred dollar!! or
or Injury GI def rmlty, by any ( $25) dollars. lars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; all small
traveling. seven dollars manipulation or Electric: p"wer plants. companies I shows other! than circuses, theatricalor Imprisonment n..t more than aHM .r skibee
or
ti4 Hfi ) cents ( $7.50) ; each agenor :ru?, nostrum ex'1ed'ent shall pay a licenseax firms or corporations with capital vaudeville given under a tent, two days .or by both l\ich fine aid Imprisonment
trer :
RiemWr of agencies for real estae of twenty-five ( $25) dotlars.UndE'rt stock of two hundred thousand dol- dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50). in tbe dt. cre'l n of the
tatladlcR rrnMng and rent c llecting kt'rs. not embalmers, lars or nr re, one hundred dollars. Soda water or mineral water f-un- Mayor. The payment of all 11r.ne
1.. i f Si dollars; agents for safes, for dollars and fifty cents Less than $200,000 and more than tans, not connected with other business tax may be enforced by the assets
Ml. or exchange, twelve dollars and 'welve undertakers and embal- 100000. $50; less than $100.000and five ( $5) dollars. and sale of the property by the Cftl l
ftltr cents U U.dO) ; agents for sew- $12.50): ; dollars and fifty more than $50.000, $25; less than I Telephone system with 100 Instruments lectrr. It shall be the duty of the
thirty-seven
UK d liars iers. Tax Collector to report to tile Mayorall
macbines. five ( $5) ;
watch makers andepairers $50.000 and m-re than $25,000. or more owned by any person
heats for steamships or steamboats 'ents ( $37.50)of jewelry; two dollars and $12.50 : less than 25,000 and more I firm, corporation or company violations of tbe provisions of this
t*he dollars and fifty cent $2.50). than $10.000. $V-50: less than $1 0.- and operated In said city for profit, ordinance The City Council ball
(111.50) ; agents for ul1ing'eseh. fty cents ( or agents of 000. $3.75; provided that electric shall pay to the city a license tax of furnish to the Tax Collector: all M +
managers
are ( $St dollars; analytical chemists The owners following numerated in- light plants furnishing both powerand six and one-quarter cent (6Vic) for blanks necessary to enable him to
lye ( $5) dollars; pets ns. firms 01 ach'Uutions.of the establishments appliancesnd lights shall be required to pay {I each Instrument or 'phone installed, carry out the provisions of this ordln

corporations operating amusemen the transactl-n of only one license. I provided such license shall nt exceedin ance.
parka .ith merry-go-rounds, relict apparatus for entertainment or anonimodat'on Express companies doing business total amount the sum of one hundred Sec. 9. That all ordinance aid
Coasters and other amusement place >u>Iness or the for profit In the State of Florida and having an ( $100) dollars. parts of ordinance In conflict wltb tbe
of the public )
and devices usually found therein, license tax set op- office in the City of Live Oak shall Theater buildings fitted with scen- provisions of this ordinance be sad
twenty-five ( $25) dollars -.architects, 'hall par the city designations pay a license! tax of twenty-five ery and kept for theatrical and other the same are hereby repealed.
five ( $5) dollars dealing In x>site their respective : or Ilars. $25) dol- Sec 10. That this ordinance '
brokers (
; "B" behw, ( $25) d'> Any express company exhibitions, twenty-five !
b nds and stock twelve dollars and Definitions In Schedule violating the provisions of this lars; theatrical shows or traveling shall become effective on and after
fifty deal- o-wl : i who other than the first day of October. A. D, II 07.
minstrels
cents ( $12.50); brokers not ordinance and any person players and
ing in futures, fifty ( $50) dollars; Bakers other than merchants steam, one I ingly acts as agent for such know-I th- se taxed as circuses, for each performance Passed at regular meeting of the
brokers dealing In Insurance, five itherwise taxed as balers before it has paid the above seven dollars and fifty City Council this 10th day of September -
($5) dollars; brokers dealing in land lollar and fifty cents ( 1.50 taxed: as- tax shall upon condcU"n therefor i cents; $7.50) : provided, that A. I). 1907
and land options. five ( $5) dollars; steam, not otherwise boot- I before the Mayor of said City be. managers of theaters: or halls employing CHAS. II. BROWS,
brokers five 'nerchants, five ( $5) dollars; I fine not than one I theatrical President of City Council
,all"1roU dealing in merchandise, punished by a raore traveling troupes
(U) dollars; chiropodists five ( $5) "lacks one dollar. hundred dollars, ojby Imprisonment : operatic or minstrel( giving performances 'I Attest: s. P. MAYS, City Cl rk.
dollars; civil engineers five ( $5) d 1- Banks, bankers, persons, firms or for a period of not more than three in buildings fitted up for such I, S. P. JAYS, City Clerk of the i
. bars; each clairvoyant palmist or brokers doing a banking business, months, or by both such fine and imprisonment I. purpose, shall be allowed to give ai City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby
VfV fortune teller. for pay fifty ( $50) whether Incorporated or not, with a at the discretion of the I many performances In such buildingor cert J By that the foregoing Ordln
dollars ap'tal stock of five hundred thou- connected with wish ance No. 53 was regularly pawed by
; commissioners of deeds of Mayor. Foundries, not theater as they on paymentof
pIi otter states two dollars and fifty sand dollars or over one hundred machine shops five ( $5) dliars; a license tax to the city of twenty- the City Council on tho 10th day /t

cents ( $%.50) ; c mmlsslon mer- dollars. less ice factories, including cold storage five ( $25) dollars per: annum, and, September, A. D. 1907, and the cams ,
enasts. five ( $5) dollars: dealers in Less than $:;00.000 and n..t plants connected therewith, and the provided that this section shall not Is hereby certified to the Mayor for
, yd cash registers or cash carriers ten than $250,000, $75; less than $250.- right to sell at wholesale and retail apply to 1'cal amateur performances. his approval.

Jp aJI (UO) dollars; dealers In cigars or 000 and not less than $100.000. than$25; with a capacity of ten tons per dayor Provided further, that this section Witness my hand and the
tobacco: who pay no other license less than $100.000 and not less less, five ( $5) dollars; ten to shall not apply to any hall owned or f seal of the said City this
wx. two dollars and fifty cents $50.000. $12.50; less than $50.000 twenty tons per day, seven dollars used by any charitable or fraternal (Seal ) 10th day of September. A. Ir
l.$0) dealers In curios two d ilara and not less than 10000. $7.50.other and fifty cents ( $7.50); twenty t- organization. D. 1907. *S. P. MATS. I"I

and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; dealers Every Incorporated bank, or thirty tons per day, twelve dollars Traveling picture or book agents City Clerk
ha dynamite twenty-fife ( $25) 'dol- bank, and every person, firm or where company and fifty cents ( 12.50 ; thirty to ding business In said city shall paya Examined and approved by me this.

oop Ian; dealers in fresh meats packed having a place for of business the deposit or sixty tons per day wenty-ive $25) license tar of ( $5) dollars; provided 12th"day of September. A. D. 1111. .

. rtfrlier&rated at wholesale. when credits are opened that agents f' ht tale of J, B. JOHNSON IGyat
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NO ciunnfiL LIIIEL. and good government. The man who!

llVE'OAK: DAILY DEMOCRAT The IeJUocrfanJ one or two other won't pay his own poll tax has no --.1----s----4--4s4.4Confidence I

I right to vote, and when he permits
Publlsled every Afterucxja Mate iMittia. tyn* ago said that, even
..notter to pay it for him It is certain II
Except Sunday. ,duttisg tte { with of the statements
that tie understanding is complete
.uaiN ir the aUvs ed ft telegrams that
between them that It is a vote pur-
.ased brtwe 4i Die srs. Kn ght and
CHAS. W. Editor nil a&IT.I'.ter.d Editor haseJ, bought in the open market t Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for
to
::-tevait with refjrtvnce
--- ---- and is to be cast as the man paying F with which
; ..'Lligtfi. thee fh3 no criminal libel the ardor we are pushing f
4i rive POltoliN. U.. OiY. the poll tax may direct There Is no
.. tense .. tbfy, had simply sought to
M.. *
Florida., as second Class }14Jt aw against it in Florida, but there
ter. November ?. 1905.FHB s'vke tk# /rw sa of the law to get t The First National Bait
ought to be in express terms, as there ,
.fc. tallab"*a editor down to Man-
--- -- now la in Texas, and until there is:
iWw covet answer the charges in
E LIVE (UK Tl-jLlSHlSG W1P1M) fie Graham\to "ong before pre- u<-'i .' law open traffic in votes willo I Every safeguard i is thrown around Nation\ :*. Han}

--- ------,,' --- ------ ..rr*\l against him tf ere. There was < on and majorities bought like cat T They are quently inspected by agents (.i >>- r ,
tle ,1'fet twill of the decent
can
THE DULY DEMOCRAT will b< ''roeaad for personafeeling, but not troller of Currency, and are called In' m tIl
mailed part of th UniteJ people jf the StatSk The nott sess'on
to any criminal prjsecution. Judge to him five times taehau
.or statements *
sworn **
f. U. : Vhou'dby **
+ Sates: pastaJCt" prepaid. rlr of t' e legislature all
.obles, in Tamp! took that view of they are uncier the direct supervision of sire Nat
month .
*ear. J2S: ') for six me .ns, repair this Vrave/defect in I $
SI.5:: for three laeaths. or 5>J uubfor he ease in rearing of the crim- 01: laws and ock\thl' game forever I I f al Government, and its the staongest on cart toI -
five weeks. In allnn e. DelitereJ nal libel prosecution of MessrsBogle .

to any part of the city, b) ..: and /Reese instituted by of buying wiggB hr the herd. I Safest Banking
carrier for 10 cents per week \Ve want prohibition t win out in T Best Methods hi
t Itwrs Knl'" t and Stovall. and dis- I :
tb 'aarged the { defendants. The evl- Key West, but. tVmt lo purchased i for Up-to-date Service '!J

> for Governor vote to offset: tbatSona se -res:>ectlng
iiie Fia t ilajeyoomlet lence on both s'dej was highly en- Liberal Treatment. :il
c;Mien It may be all right to fight
has won 'd/uver into Alabama ertalning and atHlmes topic, the I Conservative Methodi. ::1
he devil with fire, but the law should wI
BirmlnatSu host important for the defence being i
' and the Age-Herald one I
> :a',e a baud and d!sarm both the devil l Always use the National Banks. Tiny t\v 1
hat of )Ir. L'Engl that he hired a pm*
Y of the State/leadlngvpapers, wants and his adversaries of any such in numbers than all other
nan to abstract the dispatches upon 1 ppred gi eater banking t
to see him elected. weapon by which decent ani
society
f hieh he relied t/prove the conspiracy I stitutions. 1
good government the heaviest C.
are
from the ,graph office at Tal- 1000E'fs.. I 1Watch us grow, our profits are now sir Unr >** j

:: .i The Ocala Banner wants to know ahasfte, writ'/the regular operatorvas j. our capital \\ as at our beginning.NATIONAL.
'I 1 1f
L if Judge Uddon sn't (hat ideal unknown absent |nd these dispatches ,.

!s: whom the lyisacola Journalis i were photo/"tllbed and their facsimiles 11.1.u.n'JI t'UiIt.UI: I FiRST BANK

published in the Sun. Messrs.
'r Governor.
holding in rese e
It th.It.th i' Judge Liddon hajf held office before Knight: and Stovall swore that three : f II IISiSi
:t It. of these disparages were forgeries.fhe f
t. and the unknow/ paragon of the I Live Oak Florida.
ijl 4 Journal never has. Guess again following frW he Tampa Tri- I. arebID. /SODIt.0.. IIS. b>' ,
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" 1j bune of yestert''" shows the sum the ('hi Wren.
i base ::. Morning / >- -*-S. s-$ ,----t-t-t i
j ming up of the and the disposition Ugh Is Breaking iI I
1 r + Here is the people on the outside '
; way children !
made of I) by Judge Robles by and con egatton. -- -- -- --- ----- -- ----
1\ 1 look at* local matter the Democrat -
"In deciding the case Judge 3. Responsive K/iding, Psalm 2' "*""
VISIT THE FOPULAR HEALTH ANd PLtASU RESORT i
has had deal about 1
a ip
:, pod say tobles said that the telegrams al 4. Prayer.

t : lately: The PeVsacola Journal says: eged to ha\p been forged bore num- 5. Rt'CltaUonlIssionary," by I
j "The Live Oa Dem/(tat wants a Miss Elise Haile/ '! DOWLINQ PARK >
> rand tlmt the State should have
revival of the LIveV O&k board of
reduced Jrcm the files the genuir.e I 6. Solo, "S'/nahtne," by Mi-w ir

t J trade, from which w assume that the ''elegrarns beartn ; these numbers. I I.vhieh Blanche Westm/reland. "wu DOW' IPOS THE stmm RIVER
organization has afliKbuslness.i This rr
would have been conducive : 7. RecItatHi. "How to Save the r
should Mineral Springs Hotel and
condition im permitted to Cottages
'vidence of forgejy. He thought this World by foifr girls. ,;
i remain so. Nof live ci i can exist N'J,
dereliction 8 Song 4. \j
i on 4the part of the State.
HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED.
wlttout a live/usness organization GOOD TABLE. COOO BEOS. RtMw.ls .
M> far as the gun's article was con- 9. KeadmgsA They Do In WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILUAR3 TABLES TELEGRAPH AfcO/
and Live O/k is what its i.i
if implies
name erD II. roneof, the statements, if China.:' by Miss jlelen Wolfe. I PHONE CONNECTIONS WELL EQUIPPED STABLES SHADY PAVILLIONJ. BOAT*.lYe
it must have a live board of 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAK ON&.'vtOA4 un
nade. if true, would be 10. 'A Little for Jesus RATES REASONABLE
libelous ong i
trade." ex- __ __.______ 4GULF CO'll\ECTlOfllA'lIWOU.'t"aufUill
Ketitatic/
C')t tha' in reference to )Ir. Knight'.' II. "Wishing and : f

attornejBhii L'Englehile Mr Doini" by J. B/Evans, Jr. I ADDRESS PARK HOTEL DOWLING PARK. FLORIDfl ?'.. c,"

St. kugustine sets the rest of the {night may'et have considered 12 Motlon/iong, "We Are Little :
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State algood example in fixing a date himself in the capacity of an attor- Flowers" I - u

I for a gineral cleaning uuxif the city, :ley he undoubtedly acted in that I J. ltt'4i' lion.U I Belong to I1 I I11m. i Hi 1it >++1'i+++i+H 1 H1 1 II 1 H I HI 11 H I I I M I II I I I I,I

which Aill be declared municipal apacitj lie ,; regretted that Mr ." b>' Mrfs Henrietta Groover. I : i

ho.lday ly proclamaticyi and when !Knight had iatimated on the stand 11 Ron/ No 143 "I' 1907'_ '! THE IW

1 every citizen la expecjfld to bear a hat it was III his power to defeat or 15 HfJ{ration, "Dying In China I ,

'1 hand in taking unf and burning ass legislation, as he willed. lie Aithout God,'\ by Clyde Caswell. I Crescent Pharmacy

I trash and\putting Ae yards. streets hought this a"dangerous condition, 1i, Trio, "Sunbeams." by Elise -,

i and allejJllii prJsentable condition f it existed, and he hoped that )lr. hilt Gladys/Long and Helen liar I : LIVE FLORIDA.

Ii Th's is dola wish a view to the approaching night did not}mean his remark in tin AK'u

r; Urr/al of the winter hat sense. So far as Mr Stotall I';. lied ition. "China," bt

tourists wh( /nice patrician sensibilities ;'s concerned,tgaid the judge, he had Council McUanlel.IS I I'| The Prescription Drug Store.JL .

must no! be offended by a d'rt/ ot been 1'belfd: in any way, if all Sold "Above the Bright:

F town, but y\y shouldn't it be done at the article charged was true. 1) Hue" by ijiw Cable Hankios : -

fo' tte sai/e reason that a man takes ad certainly not injured him in aaaj > 19. Be4fSlion, "Tb Boy." by :I-

f I, a batho mVke himself clean for except toVibject him perhaps, 'ha rile Groo/r. .

i iII his owycomfiVt? A dirty town la a some good-natured ridicule Un- :aQuay/ette. "I tfefoeg to the : It maktHiiodifM .. It _!..* *<
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Just as/discredoable to the citizens er every phase t f the case sa'd the Cing," / :, r..n'nt'tO ee br w I -'" r..,.... a.... i

: ej t.ae, as fail dirty person is dierediUible *- 'udge. he did jot believe that any 21. Keci4tion, "My Divine," by I :t auk \\ourdtH V.t hisak ,_. ..

to any Xne of those citizens, jury would coi,-Ict the defendants 1,3 Gene I ail
and fa ere should ve a$ much motive >n the idence Submitted I te thereore 22. Off t>ory, by Mrs Morgan ": : I.Ir. rriptioulm L r--.. (;: ._ ..:.:;_-s pra r..... ...

for /eeping one cftan as the other ; discharged them from custody." nd Mrs Thonmsoa i'f laiilillthfin. 'In 'J f'=-.) "'- .
fo (..rr.,t I,. ( ", .... .
\\e are not criticizing St Augustine, 23. Song. f Hush Baby," by the :to. ( ,,- pt. 'f., .l*. .

'4 but urging Live Oakland other towns A UOTTIA I'll.\CTICI-i .ifant class / I'1 ; -- -- .- -- &.. iisr ; %

+ to follow her example and not wait \ :'t. BenedictionjFWDlSCRIfflNAIE.. : :t I --'. PRI-/ ",
dispatch from A
Key West :
says ., '
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for a tourist motive to do I : -
so ..... _
meat the approaching "wet or toy" v.boo .:- JJ1t.

election in that 1' -- - -
city: I : '
Governor Brow ard has no more "It In estimated that there will be : ;f; \\'h re You Get Your Prescriptions Cormlfc fi1: ../

II stalwart and constant friend la the .',:eo rotes for the coming 'wet and $ Reasonable Prices.

State than Editor Russell of the dry election that takes place OB November YOvAR +* .let "s hll )our pn.si-nptioiu acid sell>.'ur drug .tore ar', W ""rr*
I I. tf of C..h a. relwhkr! ituwlst. BrinK us )"ir i.rrw." 'M... .1 I M ..
brooksvllle Argus, but Brother Russell 5, and there hal been some jjj r". II) at lowest pnc... i'hone.us>our unit r. l'f"111.1' rr'.. ... .

p gagged at that reprieve of the I tall guessing how the votes will be SVPER- + I'llONE So. 220

11' Jacksonville rape fiend. Even If the I cast. It is reported that the wet IUz9 +
i .,,1 The Crescent
Governor cares nothing for the gen- managers paid n:ne hundred poll :. Pharmacy ,
EFUL
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I eral condemnation of his action in taxes and the dr>s one thousand poll
} LIVE OAK, FLO Il>'\.
j that matter, he owes something to taw to the tax collector. The wets 1' -

I, such friends as the Argus. editor and lalm the first, fourth fifth and eight i P. S. Use 'fkUhcr's 66" lor Chills- and f everO < M*. >.. *.-, I

j In resp nse to the following criticism '>recincts while the drys are sure ot trr
from thV"Argus. he sh uld tell the the third tixth and seventh Thesecond In the selection of jour personal effects, +++++++! 1111 H-H IIII1H H-++|. i IIIIIII. M+..*' P+e

public why te terpOSt i to stay of wi beer> close 'It is claimed whether apparel or jewelry, you will
appreciate the ULTRA ExcicsivuiEsa -- --
of
the execution of ifc e la in a casepparently that thereVni be 1.S0< votes cast.

where punt ent s SJ Jf these the dry V>claim I %09. while PARTY TICKKTS
THE ;-
richly and swihl> ser ed. the wets are estimating 400 The

I "The respiting or tl rty days of third precinct Ul_ ield a b'g ma- HOWARDWATCH

a negro I Jackson tile who had as- jority while the ntih will the ban- I +4 :ti.e Oak to Do"Cng Pad on wl! daily N

saulted a w>lte w yman and was to ner precinct for th wts.: : .4t: at rate of SO tents round trip with .au..

tare been hung on Friday last, hast Think of the shame, tl e demoralization \ Minimum of tt'nn.. Call on

caused a wave of Ind'.gn tlon to the btrraV6razea corruption. I II ) : .
,. ,, tikdASt'nt Phone 152 for .I..r::
sweep over the State. The Gover- implied in the statement that them Let US present the newest i r T T T J T I further ....... ..+t .... r-
I t-++++.14444-. information.srs:3 \ ... I ..
models for *+++ f
nor should give to his friends and "uet" managers have paid nine hun your InsDectioDV : R

( constituents a satisfactory explanation dred poll Uses and the "dr>." one \ carry all ether makes i iafso -

of his conduct in thus showing thousand poll taxes to the tax col- t'Vvi'i'.t+' sib' ......
Cur Repair Y"'Y'"r .rZ''i''s+riI -s; ''''''' '
clemency to the perpetrator of sucha !ector* To pay poll taxes in that way Department i
Sul Sett- NOTHIS.GHealth : sxc=._ r
heinous crime. As much as we ad- 's equivalent to buying votes by is complete. Call and see us. I I r

mire Broward and love mercy, we wholesale and that, too, with no ef- and Accident Insurance.

feel that in this matter he has taken fort at concealment, and no matter in RADFORDI Annual. Set.-Annual. Quarterly vr Month > F'n ml-n.

a step that needs to be justified b> what cause such shameless, mercenary I I PITTS & Mcf WEN: General Agents, U\'t: OAk 11A I

the strongest and most cogent rea- transactions may be conducted The Jeweler J P. S. -We need a few more good Agents in S.rl h FI..nda l .
It is an affront to good morals I
'i sons. LIVE OAK. FLA i iri>L..Zt.>>->>-.rH+ ..rir ........rNbe.e.e
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( acts Joe EAW. of Rossburg is .. Mr. Bo emaiL o dew Hope. la I
n GIVE IT A TRIAL.me .
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1.s city toda/7\ among tie bus! 's visitors In they I .For
/ I lei today. / OaleWe
<, Made tfenutly Which Cure II
The
vs Kaay. o\ossburg. is a visiin I Doctor
| the Hidnyyt and Bladder and
the dry to I W. J. Ga'nes! VndT wife of High I N I-iisily Irepaml.

': Springs will arriV today for aweek's offer at a bargain, i! Cut this oat-sand put in some safe Knows
..... tl>. Anllo setae-
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t I. n p with/lrVnds six j'
i,: visit! room cottage with place, for it is Valuable and worth j
i. ta the d'7.today.. I II
....,.-- I modern conveniences, on more than anything else in the world i j
Mrs. \\ m. McOanvfcl I I. of Live Oak south Ohio Most if you should hale an attack ol ;
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I. Cla..sy i of Wilmarth II avenue.
arrived VVeJnesdaV: and wlll spend rheumatism or ladder trouble
tom,. "...ib". desirable residence section ;' or any BETTERthan dubinrlhteslI 1
come time here jTkh her daughter I derangement of the kidneys whatever t to I

Mrs J. E. Pound.-FeTry Herald. of the city. If you are / I
I. Bryaa. vtf Tine Mount 1s1e # ;! ft often knows how to prevent '
to vtsHotitere today. contemplating purchasing I) Tte prescription Is simple, and can I 5 11C little troubles from J veh 0H -

: At the morning service, Sunday, a home in Live Oak come i be made up by anyone at home. The I ing into serious affairs.

N. r L > here today from l at the MtthodisVclu rch, Mrs Humph :ngredients can be had at any good i I I g
office
up to our and let 8 UP does not have to guess and
to I.... .at ... t. II rejs will sing 'fie beautiful sal). prescription pbaVuacy and all that II-I H HC experiment-if he is a good
show
us this
_iM "Calrarj." Everwfl\idy enjoys hearingthis you place. I i:e:'essarv is to sh\ke them well in a i H doctor and knows his bu m *a. *
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\' W A of Tiger Lake, talented lady sing. I !| bottle. :
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...... ..". tOday. -' Here it is: Flu'/ extract dandelion liT'S A LOTS doctor and brwf

:Miss Blake onX of b teachers in l ED.WARDSREALTY[ Co R II one-half ounce; ompound Kargon & here.Suwannee.

1 1j "1epa, ; r front SuwanjlE the Southern! Business College left one ounce; com/ouod syrup of sarsa- if }

1e 1i j\ .' .N-. lai night for a fejrVays' visit to her I parilla. three ounces. __

j old home at :Madison, Lewin Building Room 3. Take a teal oonful after each meal ',
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\ .. try rf Kirkland is and at bedtime A few doses is said ;
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-..s 111+.. 1- Hes. J. T. Peacock I and A. Dond. Phone No. 4i to relieve almost any case of bladder I

who have been attending the Baptist trouble, frequen\ urination, pain and

I I.. W A Mrt h. of Howling Association at \Jennings, passe.i ----- -- scalding. weakn sa and backache: ,
i s Ie IM. y on business. JUST RECEIVED AT B Drug Company
r through this rooiWng! ea route to pa'n above the kl neys, etc. It is now i, tlte.Ml1M
:;
-- ,, their homes aj Wen born. THE BON TON claimed to be tie method of curing t Ii!
II" a ** -.V**"* K** been visit! ,
--LJ.OSTIyl -_ chronic rteuma em, because of i+3
.. ... ..' .. Ms i morning for I New line Voil skirts. _
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*. direct and possive action upon the
: one-hn" i .;r 'i and- New line latest shaped corsets.
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yrMss
dollar club s.i pia. It is a gold New line silk lace, dress trimmings m eliminative tis' es of the kidneys It

-- '-- I .'naiuel face ptu with "100 ThouoJX. braid, lace vends applique, dress cleanses! these 4 ange-like organs and
% MsC..* *fvh l la this "' 01'11l. -
.. ......? lel' <..u sC/a*. Y. I.. I. C.. S E." on it. Finderwill goods. gives them lire and power to sift! and :' Red Band BrandChocolates
Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. strain the poieonVis waste matter w a
be .
rewarded to return it to B \\
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lelvenston.[ MRS. C. W. BACHE and uric acid fron the blood reliev- -
,tt. .. swrv this worn- Prop.A .
tog; the worst forrJj of Rheumatismand Ukf *
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kidney and blidder troubles. The :
Having Gold l
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by drug buiaet(8:

.t 'X L BriXfM PiM. Mount U OM a4."COQDt of my health ask all who WOMAN'S APPEAL. extract dandel: / acts upon th_* iI I' jitw tap rtdit
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism stomach and liv* ''
. r and is used also ,
+ *ww a ..atesV BW f owe lee to plea e to rome a* soup a.MM .-.
whether muscular or of the extensively for relieving constipation
& ibe
and
--- par their accounts, as I
joints, sciatica.. lumbago .
4* T*. l/ k gf HUford, is trad I am anxious to pay all the cwUtaad9f backache and indigestion I Compound sarsaparilla -
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pains !in the kidneys or neuralg i cleans andf enr:ches the blood '
v, .. w rally lett y. accounts against the Live Oak I The best made at
Hr sine to write to her for a home As you or an/one of your family !
-- I iirug Co. and get off for a while for
- treatment which baa repeatedlyjaml especially! the did folks be of 1M'r
t kkaMls ami his daughter ny health. Respectfully may at-I 15c andSOclb. l
all of these torture She feels tacked at any Ome it would be
lifts Msw/s. ut Mne Grove are i in VV. II. BNLLS.Don't .
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... -. /hvpp4ng. I .t her duty to end! it to all sufferers to cut this out tad save it.

r KEE. You cure yourself at home A well-know B. local druggist Is authority
fan to be on time at the
Mrs CII..De tots left for Kirk as thousand will testify-DO change that thy&\ prescription is safe

teal .slay. Ie tit relatives.Jtst Method st c Vet arch Sunday yt"vening i it of climate being necessary. This to use at any time. Agents For Lowneys
you wish to a seat Ahe childten's
simple discovery banishes uric acid :Mix it yourself. S
song set\ ce begin promptly at
>Mea. of it&ford, Is In town trout the blood. loosens the stiffened>
\ ( .\ New (; .
:even o'clock. about tvicery Store.e
t..... tead'nta f There e lift* oints. pur.fies: the blood and brightens
of these bright \jrlsyind \\ have
boy in the the opened up a first-class
,
eyes giving elasticity! and

J. Foray 1\al. of Rixford. is I IS Ielisese opening marchlngWdg. A very pleasant tone to the whole system. If the grocery and meat market In the new n A UK & \I\fW CO.

program Is inj evening's paper McCullough Block. Our stock is .
/ ttsltoc lththe city todayMffr above Interests you, for proof address: i ,
The song serv.'cjf: w i\ be composed ot fresh and our market first-class ii
Mrs M.
Somttwrs Box. H. South i _
recitations, chus \gs, Call and inspect line -
Barker Where today fro r'rsholloway s< quartettes, Bend Ind. our Freshfruits

ta.* jBhborhoo'
hour. SIr/J. B Ifopn and MrAubr bought at highest prices. Bring u"f C. COOK Manasw
.
SIre.11'.11'. Rile* last night for and Owner
1ft
*. Verdie stet I of Jasper. Htrt > R ns will as slA Mr Walter Madison, where jour chickens and eggs. All orders
11 \V *as summons
for a few ?A visit. Bluroe aad Mr BardJns ushers at have prompt attention. Free delivers '
by telegraph '
d her
\ { niece ) .. .
the children's song service, Sunday to all parts of the city Phone 1:1: -- 'atslt
i% Quincy! ) tOt ho ad been sud
Jn Hunt o. ( lock! Is In the evening at the Methodist church deuly taken ill for what you needDAVIS ULE.YSIIONEY ""UTA'tC ,
q.
Hf today.sbopping\. -I GROCERY CO ,'.. tha c.udh ...d bads fur 4


J. II. lI..iJ and son, Grady are TPI" I I;: : :' : iF : : ill! i i ,, ::: ] I Iq;

Wl* ....,. shop g. I 1 BETTER GOODS FOR SAKE' KKY.'
Emporium Store NeWS.
I SAME 6309S) FOR LESS MONLY.)

Mswi Ili.tse.Qf Leona" is on our S raIths1
q
,Mss ...,. l'. 3 -FRIDAY. OCTOBER--- 19$ i +11. I. 1111\\l1l'; L l>roi>rleror. u '-. --l'Ho\e159. r'KEK'UEulcav ij

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1t J. @alrtlelre\ 'o ling lark.ea i \lS-ITOH:. I COKsKTS.Jut .
KACKLLK:
I I. I : SCHOOL MIOHS.: They are made by the siost :

.,. h" Me etty .Iltttess @literday. I r!ceived-a-large- shipment of There is one thing sure- I skilled worluaen IB tile largest

4 \\e extecd a cordial iavUattasi to M,.. >'I1M''lbl* lacing, corwts, IB .... -,_.."ry school child will need a pair and b.-st autaufacturias. plant in I >u ****
A A'aiMB( Jacksonville, is
I ," *. .. I all out-of-town fopte." Please stake .txi I," No. le. take girdle at Meourself : i of shoes. We anticloated their : tbe country, where oely the a
tsy
.1H'68. II > at home. Make Me Of a,,1( X" i "5, eut-a-wd, for short stoat ; want and are ready for the rush !' highest, grade of ladies' shoes I.I.ii i

, Mrs W to the l'"i't of oar al-'lin! to add '''j ngiuo--; No 1205.: medium! long Mp; with the bent r'tuul sli<>*... that ; produced. They are superior la H rL

II > -.. I> k.\lu/t.au. of Houston jour tom'nrt aDd pltx'aurt: and :No. 12K.:; -xtia long hip."t are s a4eA t..rrt"lpeet to any shoe sold to- \
.
I .: /Mt I he city eterday \'oui1I fiad a spirit that greets iv ,th support ..' $1111) a pair guaranty our tOOl aboes ,: da) at tbe same price. if B

the stranger at the front dear, aad
to do full
of
& a measure duty. '
I JL'ltra": snob 3.11
d'Mrrt tteeb.r of the MidI I j ; $3.5')
.. bids him eater aad tarry. t We are \perts ia fltttag '
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_ : I i. ." |1e city today and IV 00. Osfor*. U.58. ;LNtea's JGfXHS.
.. ft it Excellent! the of in-
r SILK IMUHisKIKTs.: II at.1 f3.>".
- II, fantsoft soles and tara lIkoe,
M4 firs _
Ii 'VI Scott of Su ti I I
....... ear h.,. today. shop'J Will yon need a black silk' -- -

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petticoat this ceasoa. If so. see II S

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': 1r, what we are selling at JI.50. : k. tt C.-
Mt for .\tlaat
rit
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sIl j jto regular $6,00 value i button length, kid glove rt ,,
w ..
att d this t tbr ri f
.... .d f' brother II Bla.k {tercaline and Heather- f,,, black and tans at 11.51. lame i fi ,)

.. '- ", :: bloom skirt*. $1.25 to |I.50MU 1 kind sold: lu Jacksonville at $t.'O. I .
. ti '--. N 'tl.lre
c '
Oak ('I'iHO I IM
U-button
t.. ... ( Milanse sUk gloves, ru'ack

1fiM .. ... ""Jae1. r Ile was a t11tr.Jetttar :1 ; TIIKlt\l). I// i t i and white at }1.50. All : t' 'f

--' ,' I t -.- I !: '- of tan and brown, $2.90.

I Did ever have sty trouble Cof'I' @
.. voa .1
.. t
.. .... ., flee note and dughfVlburn >uoa Lisle black
---. i Nla. I if to find! silk thread just the right T: l' In"..h..- I..:iin orset is .y ..
.. are 13i11 n wbifo. at $1.25. All kinds ofS ...
III a far the most 1mfurable: : and beat -
t ll'opl, at sbade Of course voa aa>e. We "n 11SHOr.S FOnAr \mF.s.. M..
'. .. t" 'A'f>ulur corset on the market at I short gloves, kid silk aad IMe.25e
t t can supply coder, in all I .- yroving tile mom !
any gat'sfactory
I
C. tit.ley I :: copular prices I Whet y lea to it I' : : to $1.2S.
the Rock Cut ;i shades and by the dozen If you ladi !hoes that can be had regardless -
1. 4 the llly coda 1:1 all! fgnres: I \\e are .n the l pad on lad'es! .1
y- of the price paid .
\ ., like Guaranteed rust proof. A .. dren's g'ove-;
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1)0 2/ou Wish to Ttfake 2/our -= Health .is yt

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Way fn Uhis World i I I I .,;; Wealth

5 i j ; y s,, IARnJ Use

: If SO, ATTEND__ t K' i LINIMENT s
BALLARD'SSNOW

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1 yo will always have good health. mat* rw* *.> '
thanu good !! lth1 All the money In the won. .-r -14.. *
i ou2a'n. f .bagginess where health is unknown. ftailanTs Snow *jntn.
j Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprain, N w* .
1: CARES Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Musfe* UMW
; Back and all the lib that deal b ttetr v.>,
: i
1 One Who Knows.
: The Standard Commercial] Shcitrard an TeJe

: College in North Florida. We secure POSUIONS! I J. G. Scott, Salt Lake Citr, Utah write: .. I ,>*......g
all graduates. too highly praise ;rour iK-illard's Snow i.m'n ia ;..<
+' the relief of acute rheumatism, cause\! l>,r*ut| Kn .c.
!i SCHOLARSHIPS end exposure to the weather. I al*) r rooitti. i.J t
= ==== Ballaru'iJ horehound Syrup for cough *:.,( t to"-'. '
Tho--v> uaod together defy all pain. '

i $40, $50, $75 and $90 t GET THE GENUINE. ThreeSizrs 2Sc, SOc. LhOr ;f't


j1 ; .. :iii- : \ Ballard Snow Liniment, Co.

t : \\ HITI: rem FIIK C.1T.\IOGt'1..tXit si-mii rncru\is. 500502 North Second Street,

i1: 1 SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE. j { saKaRRH ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.


e ; Corner Ohio .\"enue and (' >iu-.er Street
Sold and Recommended
by
: ... ,n\rrov, (I. ,
nAT S. ST11'lIJ;
1 I'rr.idmt and IVoprietor. LIVE WJMlV, FLA. 1'riuciJ4i1. Suwannee Drug Company.

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I I Now is the( Time to Visit the
= Ica t gait fob our ship to come

>1. _N. clans N a t 'hand go out and Live Oak MTg.f Co.



....g tl JWH. of Tampa Fla.. Manufacturers of Jamestown Exposition,

I .....: "1 can thank God for my pre-

Hy ....... due to Folej's Kidney Lumber
t tire.. I Nisi doctors and all Kind Shingles, Ice, Electric IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.The .

t .< ....., sire. but nothing done me
.. till I took I Power and Turpentine.
r gout Folry's KidnebUle >
i ,. War Path :=: Air Ship :a: Naval) Displij(
r"r cured me. and i I i Electric Lights in any part of the city I
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sls snore pain In my back and
1".'. I am d: years old and I Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable will interest and instruct ;;
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you i ?H
........ "' ig. tat thanks to Foley's I Electric power-Day and night current-for oetdw'T
I fail to go at once. For beautifully illustrated
MMaf Or I am well and can ;
x. .afk *.4 njoy tojeelf. It Is ni i' ing purposes. folder containing map, dim

c ...... I.i mwmmrnd it to those[ Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders tive matter, list of hotels, etc., writ to

s..StsK a kWncy medicine. City | cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
firs. *
m44) oct-dw
; } We will give you good prices on low grade FRANK C. BOYLSTON
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QM.Katiit the average man i ; flooring. Come and get our prices.

Uil "'A" he looks In a -- ___
x tM/aw -- h District Pass. Agent, Jack ltn> llk, H*
TlwXVw
4 I hratie. !I Accounted For.
"You
are pot-i
aiuplmoddle and a "Waiter, these /
=, "1 C.'r1..11\1. Attack. I poner." \/ told!" compVintd i eggs the
,_ ill MI I**!.n.lve citizen is fren "Hold on. thofeNcilen," responded diner. V ATLANTIC COAST LINE
.
Mr nM-4* la that apparently use- Mr Eni+eck. 'A nan\ but ,
}I t... ...... twill called the "appendix.": peace with i JiCult."-I\uisville peace Cour-not: waiter"Ves.; "we sah/VrVlied/Tway\ has the to Ye I
w. ce *f Hy the result of protracted ier-Journal THE SHORT
......ration, following liver torpor. I i Il"ggi on de /e befork we I... THROUGH CAR UNtM
aah'"
!
-Yojlers Statesman.
to Ktaa'. jl
New Life Tills regulatet FOley's Kidney Cure MU I IIIIII! II "I !II! I I II I!!!'!!! "I __
cure any ___ ;.1 I'
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prevent appendicitis, and of
case kidney trouble that is II
not be.
..'aMUk r.-K.Ur habits of the bowel,. yond medical aid. I Take something now and MI. I M11 I till IiI I I IiI IIM *I M M II I I I I ..'I
City Phar- help the
I I stonjach Kodol ,
We 1 at HarcUy Groover drug! roacy I
\ I oct-dw It Is a combination of
'''' oct-dw.1
'l
J She r i ants and vegetable acids SEABOARPAirline
\\ I.acketl.Hungry .
r I talus the same Juices found 1 !
A..b Ue man who marries a
HankX-yfeel sorry fer de thy stomach. It is pleasant .
t ./i.. ......nl 1 anything about lady wot lives ln.dat mansion on dee I It digests what you eat '
!
Ms wife's' flr.y\uband. there ar hill. She is absolutely destitute. Oak Drug Co. Railway.
liter* .fcr. V wliljea lie was still Saunterins/Saul-Ai'es. Destituteuv
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afl..M"b.'0 __o__News_g__. I I penerosJt: )".-Chicago Daily NewsI relieve 11t>\\'Hi's backache Kldnej, weak.and : Savannah, Columbia Camden, Southern I......

' 1 \. horse it *o pleasant>> regard- I you take l)*Witt'1J Kidney and inflammation, of the : Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, llaltimon'.

!*.. of tb* comfort that money will llladder Pills >oa will get prompt bv Lire Oak Drug Co. : Philadelphia and New York.

Mel at when the entire family is In relief from backachr. weak" kidneys -- --

.rfflf( Bfaltb .\ bottle of OrinoLaiatlt InflaniD'.ion of the bladder and Some people nkke room j TWO\ ELEG/Sf/ TINS DAILY

Fruit Syrup cost 50 cents!. urinary trouble .V wt-ek's treatment bj pushing other*\if.
M -IU Mr. tery member of the for ;* c'>nt'Sold bv Lhe Oa'Drug

f...., .., constipation, sick : Co oct-d*. DvAVitf Carbonized Seaboard Express Seaboard Mai
bt.'ad-//
ark* r twaach trouble City + I Salve !* good for little burns I

racy oct-dw* I Playing Fair,' J i ,,"urnf:. email scratches or -- ---._ _h _h__ ___ ___ __ -

I M one*. Sold by Live
i raldine-l to under- Modern '
len'babl.o.u.'... 'antru Cemnan).. : Pullman : Equipment.
!.tand before I muff ? u that I be-
Mks il.aark Rich 1 heard somIhteg e.| )lave in the equantjr of the seies. ---- -- --
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tads} that o indicate that Gerald-All rfctt; I was Intend woman Is #ays
fir ilsaer .imply annot love me 'in; to give th.q.minVter two sI unieoa t.t her.eyes (o-f a man/wVip Is in The Jamestown Exposition Lint i
I
.5 he satJ he did I so jou'd hotter hanj over one.-
NORFOLK VA.
fik. Cettioi .ood cious! Itad illustrated Bits

seep trees } banker. crhila- -- This is to A Card. Excursion Tickets on So 10 Dal!!,
certify that all
d.1s+i1a I'r..s Out of Sight. ; ; _
are authorized to refund
"Out of right, out of mind" i, an It Foley's Honey For full information and Sleeper rwrnati.' .. .ri .
Keeled,'. Laxative Cough Syrup old saying which applies with special cure your cough and Tar :, of Seaboard, or write,
U a safe aur. and i| or cold. i I S. C. .......
for
prompt remedy force to a sore, burn or wound that's the cough, heals the lungs COYLSTON., As t Cent V*** \*. n' -.< -.
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ro.jhi aid cold and is good forrvtry been treated with Bucklen's i
Arnica tents serious results from J : -MUIIIIHII
UM
n.mb r of the family. I "
Sold'tyjU i i if i Salve. It's out of sight out of mind Cures la grippe cough and -
f .. Oak Drag Co. octdwIf -
and oat of existence. riles too and
I pneumonia and, consumption. Have y ? *. kf I
r anything to sell Do w.
If a waa always tell the truth ItI. chilblains disappear under Its you
healing fatal no opiates. The :
aa admlsalon that he distrusts histow..n : influence. Guaranteed by & Have you "lost" or "found" an J.h 't'
Barclay : a yellow package. Refuse i .
of mtmory. Crueler druggists %5e. oct-dw City Pharmacy, ( An in .
I X the Daily will meet } oar deco: It.




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Uhc Proof? Sn UheCompari3onf I II I r money"Does*"The your XTUet/rrouble.nn/band/\ make good I Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R.R. Co.


Yes, it Is i od eSt>ugh. but there's 1

I oo little offL" I The Mineral Sprjngs Route.


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Apr,12. Napoleon llona|'arte I "-urllOUIID ____uat wms2a1Clu.
"" showed, at the battle of Austerliti '
.- lIItST cuss I :- 'II Ell; r u: TIESTCLIaS !IliliwI
te was the greatett leader In the jr I U't'U.1tI\: : : -- '
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Frt rn
world BallardsSaow Liniment b.uI a"d I and PallAW\ a..:Pus'I l Pass Pan I .\rH. IS, 1'JII i Pas Pass I'r.u Para I'... ad '''sdi
i P..l'alll I I _____ I I p- Pw
., 4I *':own, the public it is the best Lini3t '| 3 7 ;11951"113\ I $ I ---:212: 14 6 "'ib.4 ; S

.: in the world. A quick cure for : AIhcumatlsm 'MA.AI P.M P.M '.AM A.M P.M .M P.M PJa PoM

V Sprains, Barns Cuts "I.a,.Ea un Sun Dea P.M\\ ST.1T111\S In. Ue_ SliD Sus Sun: I I._.. 'v..

:t; A C. Pitts Kodewa, La.. says: -i iI Sunday AiM nay onb Sna _____ r9O un -a,. nail soar ""' tq
lie Lye \f' Lve LYe Lre AI' AI' AI' AI' AI' ;p Ar
use Ballard's Snow Liniment In my !i -I -- -
7'45 1 l :;; ;; .._.U- Oak- ;811 Sf' sit son .: :'oe
ism:y and find it unexcelled for sore i s'S 11 31) II 11 : 2 I' ii 1 ......_..ctarr_. ... ... 105111 912 IIU ..tA
I Jc'f l0 11:1S 'I 'I 2 i 6 U I,.. ._.' ._...)...1'<<1'....... .... 110E1. ? 5 17 t S; 6 !
headache, corns, In fact for %f: .. .i
I e Is I. @ i a r. :
n th.i.; that can be reacted by a I a 'u : : : L 11 1s ; ; : ::La castiT.:::.. : C 11 5 : :' ; t, ; II
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liniment Sold by SUW8BMe Drug i I 9 COIg 9i'115t Z p j 5 ; 3 i .. DoxfiK Park ....: .u. S I' 576 I'1/1.e'1T319

l LI1M 5 51' .Cba.ee. ........._1 M'7 6 II III 106 t
Co .
f P articubr people whose pride and name and OOH"'j ,1'1I1I 1 1% 1 4 411 I'5 s -! kU. ...t.Jaaetla, -.. ... ,,1.5.m.47 Z III s :' 515. :301'.-, ;0 iii
9 .1' fi 42 5 ;.' ..Silas_ -. t51311 41 & : 4"
I UTiere. .\ ? 114 .4 4" 1 .To."M'ttd. 1011. i el i IZ
f : ide IP product goes into their stationery have } I h 1 .. .mkth ..... .547(1011( 1 IZ2\.0
Bear-Do Jtnow anything of 1.5.1 :' 6 01 : Feahulbxalr 8i'
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118
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J'fdtutd Coupon Bond irrespective of price .for I 1 10 511 7 perry 1I 1 9 40' t1 1 i. 1 fOo
rommy's ,, : Utmt Bridget Ie G& 11 Ii 7 1 I I. .Hamblen. fprieet<_-.:..r .-.!- r/ _1 30 _,

ter fifteen years. I Bridget-Sup\ I don't think I I: MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.

there come AomeVrom the laundry I

'Not tbc cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care :: \et.-St. LgQis' Times.: I I.M L.. P.M Le 'P.M Lye IP.M'I P.M Ar .

ftwthodi that make for firmness and I II I-'12 s.2: 1 l.t..Jancti n 255 ...
tu perminancs arc f I !!__ ___ ..... ;,.

ptPused in making ,nnfg, ( ) (pf' nX( ))r n )fe[ ) Its beautdul lA+tfl" i|i lit aJI 1 I2% .5'I' I 16 I .. ....-........Pektis.e. .. _....._ iii P'j i a .1
:1:1G :1a :1ly ,
1 user and texture, its remarkable! toughness and crac- forget-Baby Is restless! can't lp at I, I I 1i!!- 12 : I I 'fi ...... -.. .Ma,.. ..... l' 220itM
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*"I g1M1Mk1 make it only a distinctive p.lpr-but the deLK i i night. won't eat cries tftasmodtcallj 1 1A j I-r P.ti g17._.._ ..... ...... .... t 1S
A M A.M1I P.M P.M P.M r.M A.M A.M P.M P.M PJi4 P.tl
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j t atIJ II comparable paper for all bus'.ness correspond- bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge : I :. i : :: __ -.1
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mother'i' D San San San ex San 1 I D ex Sun can $.n D.
Write letters that will compel read- never falls to cure Every j UI'D.( Only
\ < your so they a Only Unb r'inn On as rP')1

me w-r Ic them on should give her baby: \\ bite's Cream i I 5k TT1; fi7171, : ;

Vermifuge. So many times when | : ''I 'Ii ....

@ @ ((1JP@NJ! [ OO@ [Q) the baby Is pal and fretful the s! Ktpular stop. Trains heduledto \ with Seaboard Air Line and

mother does not know what to do. Atlantic Coast Line.. For further information as to schedules.. and connectionscall 1i1ttsthl

;\ bottle of tbs! medicine wo ld bring' on any ticket a ent.

:.. 6trwlcth *n thl' r appeal and to reflect the standing color to his cheeks and laughter this o'i I .1. UK KNSK.N' l'r *illt'llt. I U. I'. HOPKINs.TrafficManair.

t.I ,.... e.uVltyilJi3)iOI) [ \V l ((jNHRcosts) ei ra. Oi\e it a trial. Sold by !i -- ---- R
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Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw FLORIDA RAILWAY I
u i t. MS tut no other bond pjper v'7': '

da M JMIur I.
\\lut She San.
Tii-no Table No. 20
a.a.a. American Co. It waa on a street car irythe city of !
'tl..la. 't4 { Writing Paper
,:.: i Washingt Two colorro women, incl Taking Effect SUNDAY JUNE 3D. at 12D1 .\. M., 1W7.

.ri : ..:.;.;: :- lir.rik M.uiuf.uurerHof .
.:. ..... .;.... the ( omnicnLil t:ipl> goseous 8pcn/or! were talk SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
7: ': :_J .. I'aper in the \\orld ----
irg, and on\ chance T to mention a.Mr --- -- -----

... __ __ 29 Mills. HOLYOXe: M\SS. "Jinks" i\ her /onversation. ilIAD DOWN. ONTKAL TIHC. -H4D I'P
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'Ejcu e meKL' \<\ the other wo- 'li1rf'4FI' W.I' 7.?...I,
I Dais 1-kLl------------------- :Idai sad /
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loan, but his jfame i* not Jinks' I : I ""laia p ,.a' laic>_4bl


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E. BROOM K, Postcards rrpnJuct and delivered diclne a worthy one. Such is Mat a /M 1ft 61s plrAr. .1''''''', ..... ...... .... ... I.,. 130 a ( I 411 pm fiN
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It1NSMI i j description of ncene f or which a maximum of<0 lard's horehound Sjrup It posh Luraville Branch 4Et2
f word. u .l'.w l. hotonmile and .'hotwtjrpeItttMtrated '
lively cures roagbs and all rnlmofi-
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Y A fOU "Mll.Ot\T LxvUVC Specimen Sheets mailed withvutcharev I
ar\ diseases One of the best know E
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I specimens, wnteta on any kind of a n.en.bantslo"I! Ala, says Vound.a. -- Ito..nd.

.y.M .aaMw....w......r..r....,...al..H..asaa. M...1.allsel.rabi.ii. !C..., I Picture cent Postcard to 2w per or cent Tour PROFIT business Taking stationery Ordersand liMper I For the >ears my family has not 8 CO naif vamlAr:'::::====::'::::::='. 1*rav>mAlton ...:::::.. '..:: _.=:::--:- -Lr'I, 55 ::

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M raA h...... *t. ar l..a"nt. VIEW PICTURE' PObTCARDa. One Eulu..n owe thisto Ballards llorehoun lSvru
\\holera e Distributor Manufacturers' Agent )lau and .\llonIkmnL .
- ---- (Photographer Pta'er! Jobber Local VewspaiwrPublisher |', I know it has saved my child -- -- ---
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DR. J. W. WEST or Printer IW..XTED in every art y.en from nmoy sick sl 1+tIa.( Sold by RlHItHlAr
town and Tillage LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CON- .. .- -- '
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I Cards w;U be sent to any aJdnws on receipt of MhrduVd to rrct w thftatotd A,r I r* .*tt t .111'147 S1rn t,1iln; bound at Live Oak For information rr rdirg tatm M.h.catit.tA
m rteluns /y tn
&fIH ( artwtl ttuiUlm Ohio Avenue. I FIve (2c..l STAMPS.. at| .
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........) at Kirwl I Hotel. American Pholixolort>pt Company Vother1.1. darling, did you put t. VVdoi/WARD. G. r. IP A.II atlt'att.
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rl.aa ..... ha t.aI.w. Nut Inc RproducKKii for Any Inrpas by \ny '' our tongue ol6 the doctor when i

.. N M ur aWl ProKtw.3J7 he came, as I toTl you to* i|! .. .C.E -,

t.rua taiga IIUTCta*.* t.rwnvf So li.C Iiwrtera St. (l'iiicatl. 'i'boae Small Bo>-/\'e. and made fact, -. tit11.t

) Harrison 4691. oo.---Philadelphia *. *... r'. t:. _M* >N
Ma&.,n> oOi,ture P. DIK\VX & THOMASON.I'HYitClANS Cal .I.l "'. P,eta" (..r :Nrwopaper Art' .J"Ii u.. (\trwtr.

Suppkmen'. MACarine c"r+_ hfM f.h.1' I : If its Grain Hay Flour Meal Grits
I tions de Lu1,c'dP", t"'Ism'a.ArtStud.,,,, '1'.1. i nun of tc;e (tit Ick .t':e it': : ,

or rtpr.iduct,>>n, f.)r any parp. & SUHGKONS or anything in the Grocery line. We
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1000 up \\ !j lor rat 'i I! thi-i| time. SickbisM. often caused

....tai. : rU+RIUA t I -" --I I!' bj a torpid liter Heroine will reglate nhave it or will get it for you.
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aI jour liver and give )OU health K
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WALL PAPER writes: "I consider Herbioe the best Is i

medicine I ever heard of. I am n rer stock. Some of you mer-

WMNI m rH-t-d of nice wan pa- without It" Sold by Suwanaee Drag :i}

Laxative Fruit SyrupPleasant ] : Co. t)Ctod w. chants get wise and save

ph, .aI al II. II.PLTTY. at I
,lull I I money by buying from ns. 1
to take I > 'I'ight g.
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The new laxnt \'=. Does j -
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MsHting Merchants are Cordially invited to make
nauseate. our flat their keel
not gripe or
P Pi1( IiFL OQ1tA1'IIEII. Johnnj-NoraFril just take a quarters while in the city J Jc

.... Upstairs. Cures stomach rind liver practice walk Ul \root ofilhe
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Smith New .
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uti .. Itrl+k IhandiDIC. troubles and! chronic con- 3!
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,-- --- -- stipation by r st ring the Ntopi Live Oak Brokerage omn issior !'f
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Tigress T. J. LYLE natur:1Ctloncfth'S.ornach. '
i I ve been chasinV jrnice tender little

liver arc* bowels. antelope for an bjpr or more Did it
l'taCtical
R.tua. unA"tl" ..,Ie. tic>\)' pass bv here : 1

IIMM.MAKER AND JEWELER I; Lion (lick( / hi\ chops contented Use the best Brickinthe i .

11\ ysor's ..|>*n A.YIT'S ,
.Mw\et Watch.,aJw.non hand. a neglected or Improperlltreated 's Weekfy

TIC cold.. Toley'a Honey and Tar MADE BY 11.1
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cures the most obstinate cough: and D \\itt Carbolized Witch Hat< .

e _4N prevents serious results It cost Pills Sold by Live Oak Drug ? /
PIESSIN6 CLUB The Callahan Brick Co. : ,
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you no more than tbe unknown preparations pany octdw.is p, a

pw work and you should insist upon It funny KAW much fun there I is | :r
or short not icd.t t
.... having the'genuine in the yellow into the things onev told he ought not Jn re- ,

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4. B. BARTON
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: l1 ,: 1 C.: J. BlUM, 111.ViccPrcsident.D. .._ ARNOLD P. MICKLER Cashier.
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Fresh KXOT Day. Courteous treatment i

:f1 l will be accorded all. Your patrona. (e. olicited. E's Winter underwear both cotton -

I :J: E and wool for Men and Boys.
Proprietor. i
RUBENSTEIN. -
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I J. Heath resigned as.*. retary \Appreciated Itemembrance. '
1I,1' I an'd'treasurer of the Hair'Hirdwaro' It. H Warren, of Pine Mount, was l Extra pants for school wear. Black eat hosiery for men; I.1dlts ,
in town today and called on the
f Company some few days ago and j jI. 0 f i
I I.i1 I." Democrat. He ktt with us a bottle and children. \ < {
this week \V. I Tgdder was elected1
i1 of fine sjrup.V sample of what
.j' very and school shoes be'found in the city .
dress to
to fill the vacam Mr Ttdder i te is making this s ason. Mr Warren Best line of childrens
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ft r1 stands.among the ading successful! I has only about|ne and one-half El All at the lowest prices. Come in and lets show you, ,.. \
J bUllw: s men of tbiJ sectlod and th-j acres of :ane and e thin he will
,t sehsr it M Tedfier '" one of the I have abo at t !n ofL4nls 9f th.; n s a very wise res rvlr gfi 'U cane to seed =AT' .
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i r \rlwth bnot jet decided I about tb e <:res. He also had a
._\ what his-pV/3] arjnor the immediate I splendid saMple o oranges that were UEl
future, but wliyremain In Live Oak grown. ., on his urace. He reports besides -
and ,will go lif business here. This I these good.things that he will 0 S. J. WHITE :Y .
.','*will be good news to his many friends I have 200 bushels of fine sweet pota- I 9, ; ..
who would be very. sorry to'lose Lta I I toes, and other farm products that 0
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I: **\v *. 1-f shoes from $5.00 to 6.t0.

'Here's onfc of the models, all wool, I

: [)' perfect tailoring; and we'll fit any man !4'i.i.- Our stock of shirts, underwear and )I

who comes, big, little, fat thin. These f I : hosiery is complete. We are still handling

f }' clothes are made right. % p t the well known "Emery" shirt, the

'. -, best shirt made to retail at $J.00 to $1 t jO i
!1 You want clothes
m your to fit, we

!J; wont sell them to you if they don't.

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