Live Oak daily Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075905/00162
 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00162
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..... tfMl at ..... ItO I"t" docket i Pensacola Oct 20.-Although the

1 -d prr1, ; l. J 'd of were" day was Sunday the members of the :
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.....#. .o trW Moot of tbtwe were Florida State Troops, in camp with

-t, ..... t.tM of whkti were con the regulars at Forts Pickens and

Mil |KMMSj Hi pay McRae,\ did not spend an Idle dar ..JIw
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HOMOC .*.* airily of this .es.lon. N EYt ON T1fI' which is to follow for the next te.n ro

.W*. wr !...... r..vte1teB* and days when some of the ,militiamen
...- .sMt.ls DoVto Ik* October t : bt1 LOOK PLEJISrtif will do tn e hardest service they haT

raw ...t prior lo tBftf Blttta of theo I. ever experienced in military work Meaolk

_, ttw' hats .... .... pir'M ( This mornuig at 9 o'clock the troops two

,.... ........ aM ..,$ et. pOMd. were must red by regular' army offleers -

,.. ,"..__. .... ...ttrtAI durfnjloo who midetfeeir Inspection of .door

.a.. .4 IIp or eulrnreow the, various cpmpanyts. There was then

...... ..tr1.t .. ftrl..rtt'b tt / a rest until V :30 'c1ock this after- Ate'yM

wale ....,..*" Jon noon, when t a ere/was" a military Inspection Lbo

rEstbr t...... lOTOol Hiett..r folio a: by a ong and detailed twl.lab

..... ..h #Rt.i N... ..ttho.t explanat n of the various batteries -
.. e...... ..J .a.t yrr lu station material, etc. Fol-

>?4 e.. as .'t_utMw. J.. s.&I, lowing this a/cluple of hours were

.. ..... ........ IM'Q- .J' spent by artilleryVnen in escortinj

y.a __ ati is.. M Jao.tads the Florida militiamen on an Inspec- milt!' Ul4t

... 'd'" ,...... ,.Il>tit tion of the gxoundsYiDd waterfront to
-Rus et in Va.iinston Past.I .
aw ...'.t .H'" .... .....-S ..f -- -- be defended against ttack. the location +s QMN1

.....r ... t ?......4 t:4 with I of guards, etc. \This was not '
... Till: IIFL1U HUNT OVER the IJbrutand the I..uli<*>' C'lub. .\ 'unm.\ IHKTOK
.,.. 4 .. wI' .r t.I11.n.aae(. completed/until almoAt time for the

A. ..4 ale ......... I. Ib. iwrs mess at I o'clock. Tomorrow's program -'
... .. ,\u,l lr..>ldeiit lit. '{tares for lUtuiu Ik hind the hul+ lji: >t St. Louis
IrE oss .. tl..rM1+1trrs I mapped out is as lollow.: 8:30
Saturday afternoon
... ... .... .. ,.. ..... ....... ala. to 1l "' iington.titaatbtul : t'\e of the Democrat a ,repreeentat for To->\Much .\lUnll,. to 10 a: m., tnstructio\ of Stat
La..H : had a telephone
>ct. 19 -\Vith the
+ .t. ... ', ._.Irlsd .. lb.tttttaal / I invitation to visit the I St. Louis Mot. Oct. 19 -Dr. Her troops jn the nomel1c1atur and UM of
dUM of the day tl$e Presld jf terml.ated 'I reading too 1
( "'" ........t .w .., IMtltttl .1 I his fourteen day husf on Bear m the Library and rest rooms the man Perkins a ted 32a: / surgeon armament instruments etc11 to

.111Mr.t .r Hasa. S. tla..... lr mid Tvnaas, 5a> That the I ladies+aye fitted up'just'; front t>fI 'from Paxton, Fix. is behjnd the bars 11:30 a.. m., lecture by LiJul.! Fred ILrk

tltsssyu, w 'N ....'t...... eat/ for oy I the Brown House. in East St. Loui-i He lays be loves W Heinriche Jr., of the coali artillery i
Iii wa4\neo '
i trarsu. t..... Mtn r....Ib. I" I' Jktititj There surprise his affinity more a nute than be: on! the use of instruments I*
j I was in for
a store,
on kl la parts tfrt but/wUAt i the
.. aa.lw, ,.. Iw ......... coottr lay I I ve are\quite sure tnat who does his wife in yea. The affinity primary stations 2:30 to 1 p.\ m,
muV one
was n t "kno any
/ tp.n..(uti aa.a..t. .aao rtj ateot'clock"mplftec 1!I t hg, not Visted! the room has no idea happens to be hi wi es 15yearolddaughter drills at guns and position fladjoc 4
BO m leavfpg 1be I
.... .... raNe o 1/t ....t,. knge just how i* and mfortable eister; Leta Tre c of stations by regulars with the I (
it has
the do e of t ie days sort had reach- cosy
i Ntbtar s' b' ..... WIt tl..e14swb \ r been The falls Judge }o'. W Tr h of East St. troops looking on. First half boa
rnape papered
I od the tKfgT yn "
ply. tlrt -.II .w with artist Louis battery drill, second half hour are t
tr.lol afcry design of
paper -
The neat '
'r as
i ... ..... ..i .ttl .... or : in a dar green, the best shade for The warrant had con issued at the command drill) and last half hoar
has been rQI and
, .sa Mr.. .tt ( tr of who intercepted battle command drill
a readin Library' request Judge eech. -
the part.-.trted jut In early ,. room tables witha
N .. .....A .... .Mrr t .. Wtk' full complement of comfortab'echairs a letter fr Dr Perkins t o
..ouln iA hlpff b frits e -J j[
sir 1.. ttr... .... tier tU.MJr will ,1 and bootie Leta. NOW H11T1 XG :1 Q
Ipattt ,M In wl ich ses already being /
.... .... ltb. ..... tt N.1 s.r .1ne/llf 1nifiht Y'If f t a;.idh. filltd uii/i[ / choice books make Leta Treech, tiie atanity, although 1Ya
st/lhe t.
; ofp /
) .. ,.. M Ira .... tbw. '11.,. Prtii nt wiU I tit i> the furtiltur of the room. But she is a !drool tfrl ia short dresses, Is hyh ttrr Small, lX fos Hl I-re.i-

...i1 -. (arty .... t1as.i (1s : jf 4n"u- the ladies na\e/not/ stopped at theseF has assumed defiamt attitude toward dent of TehWapIpcrs' lTaioD.
hkohl. ho0te durh the
1... .... .( .. wl b .tia..br oret 'rns an t-plants have been Mrs Per Ins ano her parents. Chicago, Oct\ I/Sylvester J.
owrrow ad will h et. nytnber of11r.
-- .. O* faf0 MM t friendt :I placed on tl mall I tables and stands She declares tnat she will marry Dr Small suspended resident of the
bhi U t A
.oi .. ........ t11tsN A NI wry tpectal Vain" will tae\ \ t ditnner..President I and placed: [ladies only can, where Perkins in spit of all"I've otptacles, Commercial Telygraphers' Union tonight

l.tNM .. b.. I announced hii retirement from
oaisilly prtM1.ttt the bes Affect is got 'qur husband under my
bery given the
ar/y room.
aaj at 10 o'clock Honda}. Aftera
>t .tare w +tW1. .... h( 1.. y I To any on who cares for reading thumb" she told her sifter. "andimYAV office and fro/ the \nion. He said: ,
stay fof four hours at Vicksburg "
........ I.. ..Qrsttlsta /ar1r there could you, can't help yourself" "I am do/n and out and will not
no more comfortable ita
law i'fetiident will oard the Pen-
.. .. .. -'tsalsra prtld or Inviting than --- make any /urther attevnpt to recover
e the
... .." t.. tomttws n )lvania Railroad train which carrind For the IN \TL\NTY my position. I will iVok for a job p
him from Washington to Keokuk pre t the Woman's Club M ;
..-. .....} --- will held th ir -- next week"
nestings there, whichwill
sad return to Washington aboard it
....+r ., .. tltN M ,TIM My..r1' h be on Heibate Saturdays They Won't Talk \bwut His t"lIIdiLt----

...... '... "-., tNtt r. 1WW are discuss Tans for Discusses I'araiii'iimt i....11'. the logical candidate of the Republican

.... .... ,- .. tdltNit M reds UK {a'N FOJ: TAMPA F\IU 15 having the i party, he said: "Logic Is not .
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library ope icd the public two ice
\ tp Atlanta Oct. 19 -\\UHani Jennings quality which eaters into the calcula
tt. brr4 I' '... s- booI roort of t"'fII
''Mast (.,,,,'uur SinithJof (:Ciouii.i, Will afternoons ?ach leek, It has not Bryan was tiday ,; given t M' lions of the Rvpublio&n leaders when ;

1Ltke teeth Tin,' tcb. 1::. been decid d as Jet just what afternoons greatest r eptlgn teat h
thi will b or just when the on the iccasito bf '
h. .Atlanta. Oct. IS. Go any vnto When asyed h/si'vie* as tll., tb->
.....\ Mill ,, \\ ..u.'" Oj -- >erno will ,
plan 1
e put ia effect but it will Georgia. (He is vie pWs aaF gueut of th
paramount issuev the
Hob Smith UH mornln accepted jrexcani'
.. .. '- the Invitation! Xxtcnded to him bCol. be done soon \ Capt. William f t. Racat f anrfng !tit!i paign he tw, : to J>d j+rtffttcull to
tl I.I. Quite a!(good stain has been c.tyf Ytb
in th
t J. L. Ilrowt/.Vf Tampa. to make an stay Vfl e is realthe ts'say.. t it YO ....... ''t- -r-. tXr. I in the collection of books but this guest of l1(1) ? i4 ( h { various of thecwrnTry will )
Mrt'*'* at ihjp State Fair at Tampa. i you
t 11&e .. ..... work is one that sever stops in a | After beAfa"s af th home of '
sap find /
Fcoroary 12/ and to address the imalsratlon i lurtall a.0[t s to bow th"DewocraUjirparly it
i ***. 'Ik, ...,.. lit ......, \ Feb. public library, so if any one baa booksor Capt. lUoaJ jtfmp $ffghe, receiveda \ Aould stand .onvajpetnquestioifsAbut 1t.
Cen\ Ion at Tampa
....tttt wr... magazines to offer the library they few informal I jdKTa and shortly t.J.
U lie vkltl be accompanied l>\ his they differ a*
... .. .,.. P _JIM..... will confer a great flavor by sending'I after II1'o'.c wa$ dnwn to thejovernor's to the relative importance of the.- <

r ttrnay .. .. otaf them in to Mrs Farrell president. of ( where in- M
t 4, .4 HO* tot ... mansion an issues Some ,'mphnsfte one and

t ...... .....N the Woman's Club, or to the Library tormal reception va tendered him others t
Fortunately there IH
t0, 'It rn: ( : >iVS LICK. another
! aontaIITj
...... .. 4. Nf hwltrta I Association I at whkh he met the {state Hotifae officers one overshadowing isstV that run

f au The Oman's Club and the Library I and a numberof prominent lor .
i I John Temple (;rau>S Called to Kilitor.Uiip through all the qiK>UoD8 under
*** .* ... |-Vsodation are working together in Georgians from !
"t .. various sections of .
: .t torti-ol.lit of fleam's Leading discussion, and that is whether the
******* ...t.... this movement and their efforts will the State. \ \
.,. .... .. I'ajier. go\ernDHrBt shall be administered by
***** ... .. result in much good .-
.... .....1 Mr Bryan declined t\ discuss the the whole people in their own interests

.... Atlanta, Oct / 19.-John Temitl. Democratk nomination vhen asked 14II
c. war bMt oo.l w- I or by the great corporate ins

... ........ M ....& Ie.tDI- rinses. editorf\ the .*AtlantaGeor, -, JGOULD DAlGIITKll for an Interview. \ tere ta in behalf of a comparatively

....... ... ... .......s I dan and News, one of lie.most gifted -- "I must decline to discuss personal small portion of the population. This

.::tl -,!***. iii4 ....... journalists in .theSouth and Ditorccd From IJoni Will Marry polities" be said smilingly. When fundamental Issue lies at the bottom }

i4 ....... ittllg taJurfid orator and lecturer'or..national re .\wo.o asked who, in his opinion, would bo of Ue tariff question the trust ..}
.... nown, today accepted the tkfef editorship the V
Republican: nominee for President -
Paris Oct 19.-It is announced the railroad question! the labor
.... of Hearst's f ew. York Americana be said: "That would be rt
c ... II I.Na 1C0u that Mme. Anna Gould formerly the pure question. the question of Imperialism }
.. a salary understood to be $15,000 speculation and: I am not a speculator and Is afso
... ...4sl tor a part ot the question recently
r UtUi e1' Countess De
He+assumes his new duties will wed the ,"
..M&i. .. ,I I raised as the sphere of the
hsuoo1. .
Ii., abut November 15. Prince of Sagon within a few days. Asked as tr who he regarded as j I[nation and the sphere of the state."
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I and Then
la )Hun On A Serious'' Get Insurance Money
Recommends Him to
Charge. Jury
Milton Oct" 17.-Sheriff Mitchell'
Ga. Oct. 17.-The jury
F today arrested Ei-Alderman Salter of Moultrie

r the town counell.jon\ a warrant charging i la the Jim Johnson case returned a

blm with obtaining by false pre- verdict last night o( murder with A

....*.. the signature of the clerk of recommendation to mere}'. The sentence .

the council to a warrant. of life Imprisonment was for the f 9

The warrant fqr arrest was Issued second time imposed on Johnson, JIT Mi ,'TS$:

by Judge Holly, j and bond fixed at who is charged with having assassinated -

by the ex- his aged father for life Insurance -
...0. mhteh was furnished ,
alderman and Ld' was released from a little more t ian a year ago. f

MtoJy landing a trial. The case was tried a year ago and' By universal testimony Red Rock

Tt. accused la In the contracting the tame verdict was rendered, but

sad Induing business, and It Is alUg4 on an appeal to the supreme court a I Fruit Punch has been awardedthe

that fchllef a member of the ne"trial\ was granted. I palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness anf

loan. council he Contracted with the k'ustomer'1 success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance
Notice to Our
to of
town la tllier It a quantity
with the following:
brick at a stipulated sum per thousand \\e are pleased io announce that
t that he charged for several anil Tar for coughs
Foley's Honey I (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests)
,'....ud trick tfcaf be did not dell cold and lung tro ibles is not atrect'j 8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAFPU

I rr and b> rrprffcentfug to the clerk ed by the Natlo il Pure .' 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE

tfeat be Lad del h'Cf-d the same, Drug law as It co talus no opiates or 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES

.. .rrd a .arran{ for the entire sum other harmful dr ss and we recom- Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with mgM-.

Mr SAlter U well known in Milton. mend it as a sal remedy for child- allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the

..d served one term as alderman on ren and adul s. City Pharmacy pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add
t" b ar4. It hat not been announced
J oct.dw.
r the four quarts of Red Rock.
when the preliminary trial is
taken place IT WAS "QOMP\N\

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IUnU.llST ItKSEVI':IT, Of the Negro Re went that I Shot I pHrow -- -- -.=,

I, n > me, Ti-\a. I COMING I II.I. . . . . . . . ..+...............

ilea l Will IV the Fight Next Year I
Washington 0 t. 17.-The blame II Ii THE FAMILY SHOE STORll '
tay, lump (lark, Not4flmntorrMic I
for the shooting h Brownsville Tex.. AUDITORIUM I :
Leader I
which resulted in killing one man I : & "I' ', ., I. .......
( Georgian.)
Atlanta maiming another and the dismissal I I Tha' I.. ha> .. .*.

I recreaarnan fclark arrived in At-' from thi army "\ ithout honor" of a 3 NIGHTS 3 1 + r Y r 01,,. r.... "'I .. t_..... i-II r
,''f y laita at noon add will deliver a lee + : I .
whole battalion cf "=negro soldiers M the r''ly' r1c
4 late at toe Jewish Synagogue on I'\ STARTING 11 .
and the instttnt jot one of the ,\r Sla"!; U ,ittd flNH>' Ms
.' ..r..ue I bile Men" Wednes- i .9 ta\' ..1hll"> for ..*,
warmest; polfUralfights in recent his- s y rS I
day night ) Thursday Oct. 24 + 1/ '. '.4' ..: ..u.Tjr f...*? :
I toy, has,Tbyfn d mltely placed upon .
$t Ubcn askedpresidential who would beyear the + to : ,. ..: 'oar r..atil, !
Company/ 1 of the Twent>-fifth in- jsOi/
n t inee tbly he M'H'IVI MVTINHVT: + st!Lu1 I -i ..rJlleal11 Ni
to the annual report -
fantry.yficcordiug i
made U- folio ng statement: + l vs.:' ,:: nnn 'Jt4.-.+llp e
of Brigadier Gciieril Crozie- + IZt1AN .

F 'larch chlefof ordnanc of the United States Henry Willard's\ 1 i / ANDC i g.\' Family HOur Fur !

atej Army made public today. His conclusion I :i >. mad.\ h> .gj.rls ls
I have listened to
was reached after a technical AS1JlIto11t1fiU )1lt/11o11L $ .i.. ... !
t ; t'aUr, isetor.e
tl t'4 ionJi lions of people i 111 ; sl I
oc i that the Uepub- Investigation as to the identlt of the I (ON DIANS.I i I fADLINSCLOUIS 1 from the beet boa calf
rifles from whica the bullets and cartridge i U'a.h('r that can 'i
not inate Roosevelt and fia 1orl DSno
; cases had been fired Presenting an Entire new Li>tof f 'soy bought for the M.a.r
1 tb.crats |wlll .
nominate Bryan I I
i Productions Opening With I
IS Ii abe p ticians In the two i The Mcns and Do\'s are Co dear welts which me*** ibM
\ The Southern Sensation
I .rr q would l hrow them both over i tie solos are fit l'x:!hIe and that there are no tack. .a. .* t e 1
oF,/Ird If they tl uld, but what Cover have sold m> drug biroine to :' "THE WHITE CAPS"Car I threads tns>idt to hurt burn and blister the fe*? B0lM tw.

or lIojr. of i denominated the Mies Myrtle 11'|de, who will continue forced under the instep with a brass clinched taateslag thtp.

boys at abe the creek are for the business aa.heretofore. Load Scenery high Class Vaudeville. ; cannot rip.
fxas. latest Moving Pictures New Illustrated
r Itoorelt and -the Kepub- I assume all,;he liabilities and will! Songs.HXTRA I; WISEI.I4: THE MkN'S FUR *,J.7' and .;t.tsIkll. : "t 7K

IIcaa boys fo New Yorker and c collect all accounts due the old Live I HXTf.A \OUTIIS $J.OO LITTLE GIRLS'" SI.T5.

the IVmocratl : boys for theebras- Oak Drug Corapanj.. I Capt. Geo. Liable and Miss Annie Nel i
On account of the .
Misses and (Children .tarti '
Two of the Smallest
Ua I thank son
who have
myrcustoiners I bating a metal clinch Bole retainer the snips! 'aD' pall ....... I't
Hsriog sa d that much I say this, been so liberal with their patronage ROYAL L1LL1FUTIONS IN THE
/ WORLD I "01'It FUIIIASllOhS I OK UOMKNIJK: t1.71i, 'IFi++"
Whether eke ed or defeated a nomInation and ask that they continue to patronage I
In a series of operatic and dramatic SI--.O, C'Illl.|/KhN, sq, 11 H, 1.k and N. .l.II*,
In 1OS! will mOISt probablytb.rt'&fter..11 the business. W. H. I'.KLT..
I sketches which are changed nightly.h.nOt j
hate Bryan as a candidate I The Star on the heel and the name OCR KAIII U'" b'C

5 1 for b has declared over ando.r LANXIl'k INN m'n\l-u.: Reception! forget Matinee.the Special Saturday sole of each shoe, is uarantee that the ar. h ; strutted and full of satisfaction.
again f ir one term only CosequetOy t Matinee 25 and :Joe
th day after the electionI Famous ICe ort I on Gulfu -( .!!<'- 1'I:ICES: S Nights i 25, 35, SQ, 75cScats t To r.ce the mis{ to like tlicni. (lone Mf thin

am In fan r of beginning a thorough dufcd to .\..ht.!,. now on sale at BUTLER BROS.
and s) tematic effort to nominate Tallahassee Oct 17.-Th burning t r

I a Sou tern emocrat in 1912 of Lanark inn Tuesday. was a most HENRY f. WILLARD. ..1....... . . . . . ................ev
: .... keep>> It 'P until we elect one. unwelcome piece of intelligence' c,)

The fact that the citizens of flu many Tallahasseeans Lanark ha

lro gnat : ales are as completelydtbnrml been the Metca of many a Sunda;

fru aspiring to the prey pilgrim wht found renewed strt'DS' Ia

d.'Mrjr a. It we were citizens of the In a few 1.0 rs of rest at the sea id,

Klji .....ad. U not good for the And it ,
was .0 floe summer re.urt : ;
fk..th er tIfortb
or republic
many of ou townspeople who round

Our nubttc iwn are certainly! as able It more eas of access than Its 11\...:

M UMMW a t ywhere elnje and as patrlaUn. Panacea. or he old-time favuritrSt

and here ls no we in our Terea. OD one of our dtlaen. 11t' /r

1M..... at he foot of the polltii.'atI.W. U. Byrd. lad a cottage there. and /

nay I ."ft'," it. also was urned. ANALYZED

u The fire tartf'd 10 the kltch'n of
I I'lTiL sr alT: : (".\it COLIISION i ;
f--- the Inn and spread rapidly. Th:: AU over the U. S. and in foreign countries the remark:
hotel was 0 ned by the C. T. R. G R. popularity of Coca-Cola baa drawn upon it"t.f the
In tl.atl.ka. Trllu.111da KillsIWr tion&.III in pane eases the criticism
I T. and the tlU. As d.rl'Ct of Health and Pill", Foul A
"neral impression eonaeaaenee
;;( ::1'1 Coca-Cola baa t-n careful
nt' Fatally Uuuml etep section hr the most eminent chemiata y &J i
C)1 her to bt that It 111 not bto rt'buill aLoodingce hu;III t a at derontornpQn"THERE: IS A been returer1.and I., never l&eo tI.in....a_ _
I'htttaaet **, Tenn. Oct 18.-'our ..A..n 1L\ro4FUL THAN 13 POUND LY TEA OR corr_ e

wr..a. *ri i* killed and more than a Ills oar OM uth'r. JacksoDvllle Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Jicksoovll, Fla.i .

I ..... ..,. i ita njured. a number serious- "Sly dear old mother who 11 novE'lght.thrt'e

h a b* id-oa collision early this years old thrives ca

J t..rNs tvipen two Sherman Electric BIt rs." writes W. R. Brun henry F \\' lard's i .ns. Live Oak Bottleing Works Sole'nts.
I H"4ht strWt cars on HarrisonConfu son. of Dub n. Ga She has take \\hoviJlp.ahere l next Thurs-

. }, .....*. near the city limits. them for at ul two years and ('I1JOSan I day, Friday and Saturday nuhis! -
toa .f excellent and Saturday !'<1' h of the shoulder ...-
: signals Is said to have caused ppetlte feels strong and 1 The animal A mother dot -.a :, r.* brrters

the aecMen Both cars were run sleeps well. That's the way Elec weighed 375 pounds which is considered are doing her ju-'i .' ya"-"

i stag at a Sapid rate into a dip in tile Bitters rtt'Ct the aged and tb e II. 1.ItE W.XT hlLLH: IIHIK large for bears in this vicinity provide her with :-on" n '..

I track .. hn the crash came. same happy 'suits follow In aU ca ea - -

I I The Incoming car of female ''aKn" and d'j j I .
was heavily loadI'd general i It I'dlf'r the Virxt hot. When a woman 'PI:' jm '

with persons on their way to work blllt,. Wea. puny children too are !i Stamboul When poverty cones IB at tIIIe door to a ana it Is n>1-. .. a+rsa 1t w

o the dty mad most of those killed greatly atreagtheaed by them. Guar. j from Bear Oct. 18:-An arrival love crawls oat of the window to say he had ttmi," of 't _
and anttM also 'tor Lake brings the Information looks for a Job. .1
Injured were on this car. stomach liver aad ,
I that the president hot the bear I
Toe killed were the motormen kidney troubI s by Barclay &: Groov mM7 a ..
Kd. Parker and Will Penningtontll ; I drUII ti. SOc oct-dw, he killed yesterday as it came out of ,: The genius a man devotes to making After the nl.1 r rn M *
the canebrake near the The BUB can \.:il .. I 11-- troth
\\ E. Smith butcher; a negro camp. eunaes woald properly applied,
I : animal bad been chased for half a pet him beyond the what sb. d.:,. IJ
named few Mcesaity of
Cleveland J. K. Brace of Very men tm able to tell tht excuses

I'. B.. Mich. had both legs cut off I truth when you ask them if they had day bj Bn Lilley and a negro as r
I Distant. who followed dose upon the .' 'wnraw
Th- of th '
Four Legroea were probably fatal)) expected some r .rta: thin;: '0 hap.- .
h..t''i. of: U. Loud, { i '; Make oM/
Injured pen."j' i Il site Cie fouriieIV"nests of !eaan' t w,ui.. ',r", .'

I I first shot w Lr.:h was planted j-st: ousfc'.; John Ruak: .
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.". ."IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. . . . I . . . . . I I I I . II . . .II1111111111111 I . I I I I I .rHM THE FLORIDA ORP1IAXAGE."it blue," and the other t said. "It to
M 11111 11I1111I1111111II1111I111I111111111111' H i tit 11111 I I I 111 H II Jill tIi la supposed that in the minds bright." l'
and hearts of the pastors there is a Two boys having a bee; nee got

i Florida Conference Orphanage. These honey, the other got stung. Tfe*

: ii minds and hearts have expressed I first called it a honey bee; the oUaer, I Ia
+ themselves "at sundry times and in stinging bee.

divers manners." I "I am glad that I live" said o*. 1
i iI They hare "resolved,** and ap I man. "I am sorry I must die," says 1 1I

I pointed committees looking to the I another. I
Li LiS
I JAYLQ4c! li lii" searching out for a place to record One says, "Our good Is mired j
I our name; and believing that something with evil." Another says, "Oar evil !

should materialize right soon, is mixed with good.-Ex.

S a Board of Trustees was appointedto j
receive any material help which WORDS OP DANIEL WKB8TEIU !

might be offered. If we work upon marble, It will
*' The intangible orphanage established perish; if we work upon brass, time i

PUBLISHING in the mind and heart was expected will efface it; If we rear temple,
to become Now how
tangible. they will crumble Into dust; but If
1 ill near have we come to the tangible
we work upon Immortal minds. If we
As chairman of the Board, I report: imbue them with principleswiththe
1. The owners of the of
I I property just fear of God and our fellowman
the State Military Institute in Bar-
-we engrave on those tablets
tow propose to let interested citizens
something which will brighten to all
of the town have this for
property an
eternity.-Daniel Webster.
e COMPANY orphanage at the same figure they

I paid for it, at the same time contributing line Grove Camp Meeting.The .
to the enterprise themselves.The .
citizens are anxious to make annual District Camp meetingwill Nil

; the purchase and turn it over to us begin at Pine Grove Camp
*. without imposing any hard condi ground October :25! at 7 p. m., and

Iii tions. close November 3. The public Is

+i+ 2. The owners were not willing cordially invited to co-eperate In the 'sM *n-

..... .. +;.;. to bind themselves to wait till con- meeting. All preachers attending themeeting Is te-
I IL liliilWI:; ; 1111I'III1'l: ; :;::; ::;I; I i' ===nll; II ': !:: : h : : inn *t i: ference.Vhlle there was no prospect will be met at Live Oak, and

cf an earlier sale of the propertyto conveyed to the grounds by giving edit firing

Book News and Commercial I 1 .. others, jet as a company of men, I notice to 1 ev. B. T. Rape, Wellborn. n 1 drAtt
I they did not 'ilsh to make it impossible Fla. A and. W Deesusibssie

to dispose of the same, shsuldan -:;: tcd1t
Notice for
Application Tax Deed
> good cause present itself. 1 i,
Iii therefore obtained the pledge of the {'nJ.'r Section K of Chapter K MOM
I 11PRINTERST IS.SK, laws of Florida ton wflm
I great majority of the brethren la
favor of Notice is hereby given that E. B.
accepting this
i property
; ,,; ,, ,, !' ,,,,,,, ,,,,, i This adiancq vote of the conferencewas -McLeran, purchaser of Tax Certificate yittb

to enable the Board to secure Xo. 7, dated the 5th day of June 0 r+itaat+

I the property 'at once lent the opportunity A. D. 1905: has filed said certificate wby
t should: slip. in my office, and has made application
3. I Bartow for tax deed to issue in accordance -
I wrotq to that as the
: :I vote of the Conference was pledged with law. Said certificate em- k ls to

"XTO job is too large and none too small for I :I i in, our favor the Board was now braces tbe following described property tads? ti
situated in Suwannee ,
:i ready to recede the property, and County
us to handle, and everything in thePrinting ; ::' asked that a date might be fixed for Florida, to-wit: Lot 52%x210 feet, list Curt
I northeast Block 19, Wellborn.
the Board to be present and close np
Line comes easily within our limit. J Jo :;I the business. I received a letter The said land being assessed at tiftertport
:, xpresaing delight that the brethrenLad the date of the issuance of such certificate *

: decided to accept the property In the name of Unknown.

: I but at the sam, time expressing regret Unless said certificate shall be r t-
DR stock of Bond Linen and Rag Papersis deemed
: that some of the parties con- according to law, tax deed
:I 1 terned. will issue thereon on the ISth day of btiswf
were absent for the summer,
one of the largest carried in Florida November. A. D. 1907.
:!! and that we woald have to wait for 1I
: their return before the matter could I Witness my official signature and j
and with a well equipped modern Printing be ronsummatcd.\ Thus the matter seal this the 15th day of October Dri
'I I A. D. 1907.
stands. Even if e should be delayed
: -
Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we :' Conference,pur pledge has put (Seal) J. W. BRYSON, t S tLiE

us on the field before all others, and Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County -
can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as :. w*> stand there ready to "receive the Florida. w-octl8-U

and i : goods" The chairman" will be ready ;
establishment in the
prompt as any FOR HALK.
: jj: when l.e hears th>> Bartow bugle
11 blow \ 160 acres of the best grade of landin
South. A trial will convince. Samples and :
the county Two head of horses;
I -I. The situation! relieves those
nit :3S: head of cattle; 15 head of hogs,
Estimates Furnished brethren who did want to bind
on Application. I ; ;1. Conference to 3f' Opt the Barto ''one buggy and one wagon; 175 rl
: ; I- bushels of corn. Reason for selling,
property :-t something better should
T t: > I I will go into other business beside
>* The Conference Is only
farming. Apply to J. S. Stafford, aftt
i l E two months off and it the brethren
Luraville, Fla.
: ha\<' something better In sight, they I alto
'1 I IT D4
: should let the oi ---
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I po [ I I 1 I II ; ;: I Trn"- -- -;:::: : .: on Orphanage know where it is. Notice Application for Tax Dent

::: We are ready to help In,representing ender Section: H of Chapter
I fix*, laws of Florida.
We Make a Specialty of Mail ; any place or property hat may be
listed. \. i i Notice is hereby given that D. W r

f Have the brethren nu
-:- Order Business -:- for the orphans! I think there il No. I, dated the 5th day of Jun, 4I
should be no conflict our A. D. 1905: has filed said certificate
11 Florida and in my once and baa made application '
movement duty 11et
F the
= 11j t owe to tbe Georgia Home.\ You eau for tax deed to issue in accordance der f

keep to the Conference tttolutloa with law. Said certificate embraces DeTtlits

4 j! and tKc up a collection exclusively tbe following described property E wi ,
for Florida, and the same for G -or- situated in Suwannee Countj
g'a; or would not be wrong to collect Florida: to-wit: East one-half of

for both at once, dividing the\ southwest one-fourth of Section 27
I Township 2 <*>uth. Ran ,p. 15 can
amount a. tie pastor may elect B*.>I
iJ N i acres. h
1t sure to do something
The. said land bring aw Med a
L W. IOORE, Chairman.
tie date of the. teauaftee of such certificate
in the same of I'nknowaUnls s
r TWO \Vl\S (n-' J.HHICT I
PUBLISHINGCOMPANY I THINGS. .I paid certificate shall be redeemed
I according to law, tax deed t
r i I Two boys went to gather grapes. i will ten thereon OB the 18lb day of I

. One was happy because they found I November, A. D. 1901.I .
: t I I grapes. The other was unhappy because -j I I Witness my official signature! and ;

I the rapes had seeds in them.Two seal this the 17th day of Octets-,

1I, I men being convalescent were A. D. m"
': I asked how ''her were. One said: "I
s am better t day." The other said: C.rk CircaU Court Sawannee Con 1- 1 I
'I "I \\'as.or& )est rday." ty FterWa. woctlSftA I,

LIVE OAK FLORIDA : When it rains one man says, "This -- J
:ail! make muck" another, "This will Hum Fan.
lay the dust" .. 'You've got to baud it to Jon> IIJ.
:, Two boys examined a bush. One Hoe is certainly original."

1 observed that it had a thorn; the "How do you make that out?" 1..
I' other that it had a rose. "He didn't blame the "
.. umpire for
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lilt II.+'lifE *> U I 111 i 11 !*It U lit
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.... . - . . . loved glasses, one said, "The world 1 is i I 1 Chicago Detroit Free Press.

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."l"DGE CAUTEUJS. REMEDY.Judge tirely too good a politician and $ $ $--$-$ -$-$- -
DEMOCRAT i Courtof shrewd a man to wreck his popularity -
Carter, of the Criminal
Published Atternooa Record in this city, has sent dis- by Imposing the cost of an extra
of Flor- ConfidenceBegets
session the taxpayers
Except Sunday. may into the ranks of the "blind
the only ida In order to get his rejected fad
tiger" criminals and adopted 1
destroying the Infamous again before the legislature. We I J

-C1IAS. W. IRVIN Editor and 11'c'r. sure means o4 Suwannee countyby don't know enough about State life s enthusiasm, which accounts for
business In tI
Imposing the penalty of Imprisonment insurance to discuss the subject i the ardor with which we are pushing
Entered at the Postofflce. Lire Oak, I IIt
each offense but we do know that there Is. no
Florida., as Second Class Mail Matter for one year
November 1, 1905. without the option of paying a fine. urgent or general demand In this The First National Bank

r In doing this, Judge Carter has givenrene1'ed State now for anything of the kind, t

and it would be just about as sensible I
of his high fitness for
--- the office he holds and his just ap- to call an extra session for that i Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks.

mailed to any part of the United trust, and he may be sure that of H'ury George's single tax the- 1troller of Currency, and are called on to make

States, pastage prepaid, fer $5.00 he has the.. moral support of all the ory. sworn statements to him five times each year,hence I
$%.50 for six months;
per 11.25 for three months, or 50 centa good people of this city: and county t they are under the direct supervision of the National :

for fire weeks, in advance. De- whose vital interests he is subserving Three Nights ut ..lmusement.The Government, and its the staongest on earth I1T

livered to any part of the city, by In ,thus dealing with a crime than Is theatre- oing people wera
earner foe 10 cents; per week. Safest Banking I1T
a dreadful menace to all our homes. eated: over the announcement that ,

Blind tigers" should be hunted "Henry F. Willard's Comedians" are Best Methods, I

The Orlando Democrat has been and down like\eritable wild beasts! who booked to appear at the Audito'rii>jn 4 for Up-to-date Service, ,j
consolidated witb/flie Sentinel "-
destroys hunton life. They are even I Liberal Treatment. *
/ for three nights and a special Sat-
Editor Starbuc reUr s. more daigerdus, and'whep once they urday matinee commencing next J l j[ Conservative Methods

a e caug 't th exit m natty of the I
October 24th.
The New York Packer, which Is Thursday night 1 Banks.
the National They have
I shou I p upon them.T This Is without doubt the most Always use pl"OSII *
; standardvuthority on the subject, do lea j t the law fail in any a pered in greater numbers than all other banking inlstltutlOns.
says that the oran Snd grape fruit ,popular company that visits the South
Its purpo e a refuse to society, .
and is knonI j
' crop of Florid is year will not exceed name II
2.50tfOO uKses, which Is con- to w a id'p ople to helpless 1 I | every patron of the theatre. This Watch us grow, our profits are now as large aa *

IderaJMy below thew tput last year. worn dren= the protection I j year he introduces his own special I lour capital was at our beginning. I
which th/t a/1 was enacted to give
company In a repertoire that no

The State press will regret to .hem. other manager would attempt owingto 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
There be and frequently
learn thafKditor Carte /of the Jack may pre the great cost in getting up the ,
mitigating circumstances in
some .
sonville Metro oHvft seriously ill scenery costumes and electrical ef
forms of crime. Meni nay break the I
from an atUcJsTajjpendicitis.. All fects. I Live Oak:, Florida.
law in the heat of passion or under
of us hopexfor his speeftr and entire The opening play has already set
the temptation of, dire poverty or the city talking for it has been seen
reedy - ---y'i-__ -.-.-.
keen physical distress, but no decentor --s--$-$-$-$ $ $ $ $ $ -1
only in the largest cities of the South

John Temple Graves of Atlanta, intelligent charity can find excuse and this is its first presentation at
for the sneaking: sinister cold-blood-
has been called o Ileatst journalism popular prices. VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLtASU RtS.e'
I ed> criminal who from the basest
'la New York, and\jme of his enemies The play is called "The WhiteCaps K1
mercenary motives, deliberately goes "
or "The KuKluxKlan"and
in Florida are fptveVly hoping that DOWLINOA
about his foul work of spreadingruin
! Claude L'EnglX; of TaKihassee, will deals with this great theme thatis
I shame and disgrace, and
also hear a/all to some Distant field known by all Southerners. It Is
moting crime among men and boys, wAY DOW* UPC THE oUYJ".fl 'UH i
of labor tbo far away for his stinger full of comedy and sensationalism,

I to reach this neck of the woods. traffic whites in and intoxicating negroes, by liquor.the unlawful To put and keeps the audience in a great Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages 1

I state of excitement from the time the

{ An, attraction of imp;eve magnitude money in his purse he stealthily peddles i curtain goes up on the first act untilit HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. OOD uaLE. GOOD BCD s.e. 4 '
has\ the vile stuff that makes madmen WATER IN EVERY FOOM.: 8IH.UR3TA2LES: TELEC\** .'*
seen scarfed for the falls on the last and the audience
murderers and rape fiends that PHONE CONNECTICNS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY ?AyIL.I"'.* b.41t ":
; i State fair at amp / ext'February in I forget that the time is slipping by so :: ONI.I..t044 '"
endangers our women and children RATES REASONABLE &GULFSCOOECTIONA LI
D the presence ofYtovernor Hoke Smith, quick. _____ OAII "" ..'"1\MIJIt.:
and that fills the community with I
i of Georgia wh\ will be there and High-class fashionable vaudevilleis
the constant of insecurity that !j,I PARK nO I E6. DOWNING PflRK. FLORIDflt
o\ .
make a counte speeches. Hok3 j also introduced between acts, Including ADDRESS 'u OA"
comes'from the that thee
Smith is a/tig roan\nywhere in any knowledge the latest moving pictures _.
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crazed victims of the tiger are lurking -- ---- -
company In his mentah r and force of and illustrated songs.
around us with passions inflamed .JIJII.)+-l-++++limit++411-i.+II H I 11 i I 11 I II H I M M M '
character, and he wilpfce a strong Other plays to be presented will

drag ng card for the Stat fair.I reason gone and ready for any crime. belle Could Not Marry Two"a roar- 4
And this infernal traffic is the more J907 THE 1907
ing farce comedy "Buster Brown'sHoUday" -

I y Tha gifted reporter 'on the Atlanta Inexcusable because it is a deliberate will be given for the ladies

I did the f best but made defiance to the expressed will of the Crescent Pharmacy
pavers > and children's matinee, and a massive ,
j a signal VallureyTO their efforts to people of Suwannee county at the
production of Faust will also be seen

i ascertain fr m/Mr. Bryan last Saturday polls in the ,manner prescribed by as the feature play of the engagement I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.

f. g whethefNor not he would be a law/on this very issue. With a full I

\ knowledge of the evils of the liquor
/for resident. "I have
The Royal Lilliputians who are 1: The
Prescription Store.
nothing/to say on that subject," said traffic they voted it out, and not onlyis I especially engaged for the advanced Drug

William J., and t a the law defied and insulted by these
strong jaws i vaudeville, will be seen at every performance -Ii
? ena/ped in th\t criminals who persist in the dirty
a way shut off fur | in a change of specialty J

I tb r controversy on the point. business, but every citizen;; who cast and will hold a special ladies' andchildren's + -- -- !
his vote to drive it out and make'hiahome I I i \
I reception after the matineeon
1 We are glad to know that the pub- secure and save his wife and i' Saturday.The j. It niakrsnodif- : III."L ....U.

: licationxof the Florida School' 'Expon- daughters from drunken rape finds:1 prices for this engagement will -e a ho.e / irreacr w hu I

I ent wilPbe continued. is lersonall.lnsulted by these lawless : blankourdoe. MiinkjiMtriliiit .
ltiT the '
number be
j i 35c. 50c and ?5c at night;
Just received Pro /Tom F. Mc- dealers in the horrible stuff. For j t tor writes your tor"tint).., :
j i and 25c and 35c at the matinee. cripti ,
; |irr> <>nun
Beath give his \ they tell him in effect they despisehim lon'IM n"i i
yus aledictory and ,' Secure seats now at Butler Bros.WovJKCIOfflNAIE.. + \\ccunlilltlifiiiormtly. to. i iti
tells us that\ t /e Superintendent and his vote and they will raak > ; W.-.M i
< ** ...rro of hi
HoIIoway and Resident Murphy, ot that vote worthless l>y breaking his i rfr

the State College fw Women have prohibition law at their pleasure. It 11EY IIONEYAM TAr -- -

agreed to ta e char \ of the Exponent has been shown repeatedly that mcr .... ".ala 1... 1 '

I |t covnd hardly haV* fallen into fines have but little deterrent effect +

1 better ykds and we sKWl be de- upon the blind tiger criminal. lie or j -

lighted o know that they tfill maintain the whiskey houses back of him, can i I'i Where You Get Your Prescriptions Corrctlly filled *tReasonable

y at the high standard.fixed by pay the fines and still make the traffic c I Prices. '

.: the /rilliant retiring editor.If profitable. but it is a very different YovAiVPER I' I et us fill your prescriptions and veil your dnJlr sore article W- .' -_
_I matter when it ++ tine of fresh and reliable rood Brinjr as your prtl.cripts.. t.. bit *. .*
comes to a long term + recJy at lowent price Phone us your order. Prompt an-l rrliablr .

you have any dOUbt as to whethr i or Imprisonment for that effectually + PRONE No. 2 2O

prohibition really prohibits, you i blocks.the game as to that particular
I could save them removed by con- ,criminal puts him where he can do | Crescent Pharmacy,

sulting k couple of /swagger .club no"harm and provides such a health '
t house k epers of thi "blind tiger ; scare for the others yet undetected. __ .
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order wlo are now /n the Volasi :that even into their dull brains the I P. S. Use ufld .her's 66" for Chills and-fever.- No Curr N > -

county jail 1 I. under sentence of a 11000 Idea is likely to penetrate that the '

i One eachl or one A'ear each In the : profit is too small to justify the risk. la the selection of your personal effects, tttIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I. i n .**

jail I. All honor to whether apparel or jewelry, you will -
i county imposed by Judge Isaac Judge Carter for the --- _
the ULTRA Eio-usirorEsa H
A Stewa of thte DeLand criminal policy he had adopted in disposingof appreciate of

f court las J week./ Both these men. cases of this kind. The overwhelming -!I -
who oper ed ay Daytona are now majority of the people of Suwannee :' __

firmly convinced that prohibition prohibits I county fully approve hit action, HOWARDWATCH

ant th/y can give good and and they are glad to know that they 4+ :the Oak to Dowfing Park on vale da-ly Nat

sufficient! rrasAis for the faith that's have upon the bench an enlightened rate of SO
cents round trip v ilhMinimum
In them. t'alatka News. and courageous judge not afraid to' <++.)+oM
'I /*++U .. of ten fares. Call on ...: im
And theleximple would have been do his duty so thoroughly that the > -H'H ... 'IIItt't:
?10+I--1,I?I I,, tiet Agent Phone 152 forfurther I
more effective and the prohibitionmore .blind tigers will at last be frightened Let us present the newest 4'+++-H--14.1--J"1 ..1 I 1 111 I ,

prohl tory if Judge Stewart beyond the limits of our county. models for your!:lsaecf ion Ml HUM t II information.WE +++

Had made tie sentence one year Im- Judge Carter has found the right We all .
I carry otter makes I -------- ------ --- -

1 prisonmentJKTithout the option or| remedy. also Our Repair Departmentis ">>>>H''s+;.3ysSk O33>>>"Y S ysrsrs9assals-' : by+ttiNt
paying a nie. even though a heavy !

one. Tha. Jthe way our own Judge We put no faith in the story that complete. Call and see us. SELL. NOTMINJG XCL.PT

Carter.do j It here In Live Oak.'and one of the causes' for which the Governor -- ; Health and Accident Insurance.Annual .

Judge W rebut in ,West Florida I will call an extra session will RADFORDThe I ,Setri-Annoal.Quarterly Monthly Premiums '

and that' th| only way In which we be his State life insurance scheme, PITTS & MctYYEN, General Agents, LIVE OAK, FLA.

are sure to reak up the infamous which he wants enacted Into law. Jeweler I P. S.-We need a few more good Ag nU in North Florida.? "

4 "blind ti er" rm of crime. Governor Broward. we take it, is en- LIVE OAK. FIA 4*N.3.
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Dr. Eflrd visited, DowlinG Park yes- Mr. Mtkler, cashier of the Citizens J seen on our streets in many a)ay. It

urda'y.Col. Bank/fe\reported' on the sick list. 3or Sale is an English walking sue /and one I

I / i that any man shiuld feel proud of. The Doctor

F. 1\ Dutler spent yesterday R.W. Duiipn came in from Jacksonville -- I r We congratulate BrotXer Ridley. But

,t the ynWrday. where he has been he is the luckiest an in town anyway
rark.'k on busirfeafti\ We offer at a bargain, I /br.
( you take it Broughton recently KnowsBmER
'read went to Lake City six with
--- room cottage I sent h'on of the hand

yesterday SEWIXG MACHINE FOR SALE- modern conveniences, on ,; somest locket charnYs in the city
Singer, used only about three weeks; I which / wearingX\ along with a
south Ohio Most kris
R-NvoBt.. of Monticello. is on bargain must sell. R. .W. Price's avenue.
J, a ; broad smile that won't come off. than anybody else
..r streets oday. store. / d-oct21-6t desirable residence section I what to do in illness.

I : of the If
\ I I city. you are ,, Letter to Barclay & Grower, ur often knows how to prevent
W M. Monroe. of Quincy was In A r of young people from contemplating purchasing| 11C little troubles from developing -

the city Jesjh..day.L. town t out to Gum Slough on a Live Oak. Fla. into serious affairs.
a home in Live Oak
come I
poss unt Friday night. They re- Dear SIrs Such experiences as this '
to Porters' Station to office and let 'I i Up does not have to guess and
110ble / our |
E. A. : por o possum, but artery enjoy- up 1 are occurring all over the country. 11L experiment-if he is a good
J df.\ ah Um us show you this place.EDWARD8RTY j|I Judge I. D. Fairchild owns two : doctor and knows his business. {

-- >! houses, exactly alike, in Lufkin, '
8. L. BrannonJof Suwannee Sta- Mrs. J. C. Balls would like to get IT'C better to seethe bq
(I Texas. A LOIS
J. M. Torrence painted both 11 J doctor and bring $
Uoa, U here tradtoday. any kind of sewing to do. Prices [ .I I houses, one Devoe, 15% gallons; the your prescriptions here.Suwannee. '- -
reasonable GO.
Residence Houston st,
Ah."a other with another paint sold at same
went to Madison
Mri. c. /dee
four doors below residence of W H. I price; 25 gallons. That 25 gallon -- !ad
to yf&t relatives. %
rntrrday Bell. '
oct 21-2t paint is weak and 15:>> per cent whit-
Lewin Building, Room 3.
Smith/of Dunnellon. was a I ing; that's why it took 9 % gallonsmore.
L. E.
turkeys I r
ftritor In W\ ty jesterday. one gobbler and one hen. Any Phone No. 44.
You can learn for nothing what he

information of these please phoneL. --- ,- -- bad to -for. Yours i
utheriand. is regUtered pa> truly,
F l:. Cecil, o S. Harvard at Ladies' Emporium. :1 i Drug Company
it the)rfwel hotel today.C. JUST RCCEiVCD AT i 37 F. W. DEVOE & CO. I
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P. S. Suwannee Hardware Co. sell <
An automobile accident, which THE BON TON, I
C. C jrfT of Sutherland, is a our paint. d-w-lt I i;:,:! I Ii 1'1' I m ; II ILII; II "111'1IUi! j
came noar being a serious one, hap- New line Voil skirts.

I guest of/de\thel today pened.at the /rossln of Ohio avenue New line latest shaped corsets. 'I -- ak
Chastain tat he hs the
t found
and the Be oard Air Line railway New line silk, lace, drcs trimmings in says
dill Moore, of Luraville, is braid. lace vands dress fiiKst road in t Stale of Florida, r >
Saturday ternoon. Mrs. Geo. P. applique, ,
ter the visitors In the city today anA goods. an ideal trip fo aar automobile It
Butler Miss Wigfield were driving Ins
/uop Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. : I U via Suwann* Springs, thence to
the and in some way lost
MM. Berry and daWfter. of Hamilton control 41 the machine for a moment, MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. ::1 Wood Springs y. er the Woodberry I
r county, arl het/ipday. shopping Vith road, then to 1 Ite Springs and back BANK
and co Ided the telephone pole
/ I to Live OaR' 1 +e entire distance id
Xo on was hurt and the machine ,
was complete stock will be carried, and .
t- file Vernie Br ;turned >esterlatlves i about f'/ y mil and be says it can
not BO badly wrecked would have
as I we will appreciate a share of the
d rom a visit in PineIL be made in four hours or less. OF LIVE OAK.
been expected in such a collision trade of Live Oak apd Suwannee :
ant.t Zmart
county. Prescription work Given I t

Chancey Vnd wife 'of the Wil- We hate .ix ad tWII careful attention. Lite Oak Drug Co. I I I Having sold out by drug businesson I CAPITAL AND" STOCKHOLDERS ..--7 sbtertsi
r account of health, ask all who LIABILITY $IOOOOO,DA tL
wagon and harness, and 00lo Miss my i
bornpod, were visitors in Myrtle Wade, Proprietor d2-wl I /"
y Saturday. cart for sale. Parties wanting to buy I I owe me to pleat to come as soon as I /

call on or \\nte the Oak Brokerage David Lee, one t S ranncys county'soldest II possible and pay their accounts, asH -

" & ComnJsMion (b. '. HB anxious > pay all the outstanding at
: price antorn eftk ns la 'lap's
)!r. Rebels, of Fe way, came }
: is.Messrs.. his home in the fir nei accounts against the Live OaK f bona*
Dun- t -
la this morning o f way to I ( i
> elon to visit hiwtiu I ---- borhood Mr Le hty )tars l>ug Co., and get of for a while for BANK OF STABILITY

Fox. Roachand Swan, of old, and has lit co y r '.: t.talth Respectfully,

Thomas DowUajf,nd, wife return- luscaUne, Iowa, armed in the city quite a lone ti }rs seedaughters W II. 1iELL#./1 t'teki

ed UU morniDg rW the Jamestown yesterday morrjdg and left over the a e ,, neral THE BANK THAT PAYS

nposlUon: is Live Oak Fpfry & Gulf for Dowlin services we cted Cedar A New (;HtTy Store. S

Park Th f are largely Interested In Grove jester a 6y Rev. uncan We\ have opened i5p a firstcla.wgroierjNand I

5 lit and Mrs. C.Ikla ith returned the Do rTini Lumber Co, and are at Turner G. Potdamer furnished a meat market in the new PER 4 CENT.

morning f rosd per, where they the Fark tol consider the exact kin nice casket McCullouV- Block/ Our stock is

U4 ken tis relatives of/frillls that will be erected in thfJlace fresh and\ r / arket first-class. -- ---

of thoke recently burned It Rev C. A. llVllej "has just received Call* and inspX/ our line. Fresh

tttlM Vrrdleilladdock returned yes- has been deflnitel> decided that the through the Worth-Stephens Co a fruits arrive .1. \\. H.\ITUX' President.
MUyfrom Mount where she mills will be rebuit at the same site. 145.00 suit of iloth & .
tine I ? recently presented bought at bighest ices. Bring us K.: .1. HI.I')11:. I-t V.preHiMfnt t
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ra' Ing relatives. h him by tAo/ruale members of your chickybs and eg\7. All orders D. L. BIRD. 2nd Vl'rixidcntI.

/ J The Live Oak Drug Co. Is under his congregatio upon the occasion have prompt attention. P toe delivery 'WOOD), Chrm'nrin. Com S.

!.. Daitt Grocery Co. for Western new management and the patronage of his third arfiUdrbary as pastor It to all pa/ts of the cit). IVOBO US AHNOI.D. :MK'KLhlt.: Ca!- :ier. 1

Ml fUflJa beef. Mutton and Pork of all old customers as well as new is one of thjrmost Vandsome, as well for who vent need.

IH M had dally ".21-St mUll ...,.....H' .1. t'!:. as the most handsomely made suits DAVIS GROCERY V'O I L------J
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a.I1., "I"It. successful MONDAT, OCTOU;R 21, 1907. L. >. IL\R\'HRD, 1'I\1lfleh'I"'. 1'tt0tiFiS&! FREEIEL1ti'EitY I
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mis+ +*Rtag r ved 'ond custom$4I. V151TtIiS. I I Silk JIMI'FU SUITS. I KAChLLKNT SC1IM SHOES.i They are made by the most :

8r .. i Jut secured a few nobby silk I There is one thing sure'I''I kilted workmen in tbe largest :; (

\\' extend a cordial !Ration to jUll1l't'r suits manufacturer's samplesat I fiery school child will need ( and bait manufacturing plant in ; the'

H a pastor of theJacksonville :1 all out-of-ton people. Please make a price. i ol ghotwe aattelpated their I'I'I the country where only the '' t!! a

'N$41 t in J. yourself at home. Make use of u' Small plaids, to black and white I wants and are ready for the rUM highest l grade of ladies' shoe is i

rat office a pleasant to the limit of our ability to add '.. blue and white, one of a style. Madeof with the best 'hl"1 sli
.sot i jour comfort and pJes'su'e excellent quality silk are made. I every respect to any shoe sold to- |

You will find a spirit that greets For a quick de&JliMee otter We guarantee our houl shoes day at the aaae price.: '

.* 1M; Whs and Mrs Mac- the stranger at. the front door and these beautiful suits at J9.S3 to I to do a full measure of duty. "Ultra" boeK 13.00, 3.5
tflg4made a t visit here yes- bids him enter and t rY.I $12SS. Cheaper than mate-rial alone I We ire expert in fitting child i and f I.W. Oxford, $2.50, S3.0),}
kky b 14rs. J. B>num and would cost. Come early for they will ren'et.. Excellent line of In- sal
i, I and 'L.".
w 'f'4 last al I: : move rapidly at prices we offer ants'oft soles and turn PIM>es. i iI q.

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-- emau, \4 Suwannee Drug 9 mon"i.. 311itoNttaa
-- Pasy, seta j yesterday from a petticoat this season, if so, Me I a t'j

kty 11't3 Americus, Ga. what we are selling at $4.5; j -- a ;: 14

$ ofd h e I also visited At- regular $6.60 values teagth, kid gloves, t.f.

11115 away.w' Black perealine and lleatber- black and taas at J8.50. Sam! \i."Ul.

e kind Mid ia JacluKHtville at 14.00J
bloom skirts, Jl.25 to $3.50.
. D. Hankins. of Taylor county, a I 19-hattOB Milaa silk gloreV

t. p y and returned yes- I ....
*I I black and white at Jl.59. All
oraing. Mr Hankins has a SILK TIIKKAD. rah
ld shades oC tea aad brown (2 0jhvttoQ -
of a ... if
Meads here -' <<;
who are al- >:" .....
pn la4 to see him.aV' B Did you ever save any trouble l Lisle, black had ..,
g to find silk thread Just the right( ",,- white, at $1.25. All kinds :' of
n returned yesterday a shade Of course you have. W. "l'LTISlIOES FOR L.1DIES. short gloves, kid silk and lis>, J.

*> there he had been for :n: can supply any color, in all Are proving the most satisfactory :Sc to S1.25

rIra1 days, ladles' shoes that be had
attending the can regardless -
St shades, and by the dozen if you We are in the lead on ladles' ; Y
e 8arrtanee Baptist As- I of the price paid. ft
t H like and children's gloves.
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I 7o Iou Wish to T/ake 2/our Own _1.{ More Health Than is .

Way fn Vhis World? dtuaeo Wealth Use


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you will always hare rood health. What It taints Ie.,
than good health? All the money In the worU e.*Vl
i hapolness where health is unknown. BaOant's See.CURES tiJ
Rheumatism Cuts Burns. SprVna. N J
s ; Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted MMefeTf
I Back and all the Ills that Flesh .. Hew" .

One Who Knows.
The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy} t
College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for J. O. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah write: It Ie* g
all too highly praise your Ballard'a Snow LlnlBMtTwthe :
graduates. relief of acute rheumatism, caused bmdi.fl tt&m
and exposure to the weather. I also recouewttl f.
SCHOLARSHIPS = Ballard'a Horehound Syrup for coughs gad e iik
These used together defy all pain.

GET THB GENUINE. Three Sizes :Sc. sqc. SU|
$40 $50 $75 and $90 i

Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ,'

i 500-502 North Second Street. .


} Corner Ohio Atenuv and Connor Street +' Sold and Recommended by

I.. M.President. II.TTOX, S. sT : 'llira.
and ProIl'Ie-tor. LIVE OAK, FLA.J. Principal. Suwannee Drug Company.

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Now is the Time to Visit the
One good thing politicians do Is''I '

to help out the manufacturers of poor I Live Oak MTg. Co.

cigars. I Jamestown Expositio

i Henry E. Jones, of Tampa. Fla., Manufacturers of

writes: "I can thank God for my present -

!' health due to Foley's Kidney Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
all kinds
r Cure. I tried doctors and

of kidney cure but nothing done me Power and

much good till I took Poley'a Kidney Turpentine.Electric The War Path, :=: Air Ship, :.: Maul N

Cure. Four bottles cured me, and I Lights in any part of the city furnished for

hare no more pain In my back and
shoulders. I am 62 years old, andnEff'ftd Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. will interest and instruct you IK not

+ long, but thanks to Fole>'s Electric power-:Day and night current for manufacturing fail to go at once. For beautiful! IIls'

Kidney Cure I am well and can purposes. trated folder containing map, dii np'

walk and to enjoy recommend myself.it to It those is apleasure Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- tive matter, list of hotels, etc., a rite I.

needing a kidney medicine. City cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.

I'Larmacy. oct-dw r We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and FRANK C. BOY LSTON,

One Accounted For I flooring. Come and get our prices.

"There are a couple of awful boresat I District Pass. Agent, Jack5o ntkI\

my club." It is a safe bet that Eve boasted to It is as hard to atop a scandal as

L "Indeed. Who is the other one?"I the rest of creation about the hat she it is easy to get the thing started on

I? Brooklyn Life. i i left leavingFole in .Eden owing to her burr in its rounds ATLANTIC COAST Lift

.\ Criminal Attack Take something now and then tD

On an inoffensive citizen is frqnently *-I' >"'s Kidney Cure will cure any : help the stomach. Kodol will do this.
- made in that apparently useless case of kidney trouble that i* not be- It is a combination of natural digest-
= i little tube called the "appendix" )ond medical aid. City I'har-1 ants and vegetable acids and contains '"
I """iiiniiiinniiminiinrmna
C If* generally the result of protracted IU %, oct-dw ; ; the same juices found in a healthy -

constipation, following liver torpor.Dr. .I r; stouach. It is pleasant to take. t 'f t Ml I I II i I I I Utt M M M M > HI MM'HIMMMIIilll
King's New Life Pills regulate 1'ntptfcs.Two j It digits what you eat. Sold by LIve : I

the liver prevent appendicitis and I nrada\(>\eroui-lookins 'Oak Dru?; Co. oct-dw ,

establish regular habits of the boneK1.,. i tramps looked in at the window of a I SEABOARD

J5c at Barclay 4. Groover drug railway station where a telegraph II I Tin leas a man needs: a thing the ,

store. oct-dw operator sat at hN key. more atoolately certain he is to want '

"Say. pardner," said ore of Item it. Airline Railway.
Qualified. in a very husky voice, "report a
l.aw&on-Scrlbbler is a enlu3; eoaple o' empties sofa ( wt"- -liar- 1)P\\ltt"a Kldtwy and Bladder Pills
isn't be* I pwr's \Veeklv relieve backache, weak kidneys, and Savannan, Columbia, Camden, S'ulheni p i

r Dawson-I guess so. His wife told in8 alfi atten of the bladder. Sold Raleigh, RichI'1ondVashirgton, Ua: ti'!' I"

me esterday that he didn't know If \<'u take I>:;\tUs Kid.'y alkl by Lice Oak Drag Co. oct-dw' Philadelphia and New ytlr
how to build the
furnace nre- Bladder Pillsou wilt get prompt -- --._- -
Somerville Journal. relief from bstekache. weak kidneys \ hypocrite to a f+#r.oa too t'towardI -

;I intlananwtion of tb, bladder and to be perfectly ea.Md with his f"l- TWO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY

No home is so pleasant regardless urinary troablw *' howmess.DeCht's
ASwot tr 'atsaent -
of the comforts that money will for 25 cent Sold by Lfere 0.k Seaboard Ma-!
buy. as when the entire family is In Drug (.0. oct-dw CarboBiMit Witch Hazel Express Seaboard

4 perfect health. A bottle of Orino --- Salve ii good for little bars aDd big

' Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cent. .\ \hl\Jt-rtl nt>\t'roal."We burns small I scratches. or braises au.1MK

It will cure every member of the ;' received the drawings safely.said ." one Sold b\ UTe Oak urn; Modern : Pullman : Equipnunt
family of COlD"'D *
constipation sick headache the publisher. octdwIt .
or stomach ----
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City Phar
Good. responded the eminent
macy. oct-d\\.1!iH trator. "I wish :jou'd Maker U vtraagie w few other people The Jamestown Exposition Liar'
fcaow it the (Mi potato a awn boasts
KHtbor look at 'em oceasioaalij H iw
Dkln't Need Of 08MUfn .
rites the book.L"Ia'UIe Owir- NORFOLK, VA. :
Austere Person I can't tip0tI.,I l.r-J""r.aL
young man, unless you have change I I I .\ Card. Excursion Tickets on Sq Ie Dail! .
This is to certify that all druggists '
for a tenner. Out of Sight. I
Walter (sizing him up) Keeo authorized to refund jour money For full information and Sleeper rt ervatr"* _* ,n wof ;
"Oat of sight, out of mind.:' ill an if Poley's Honey and Tar fails to 'i Seaboard, or write,
)our dime sir; I haven't a nickelabout
old saying which applies with special cure your cough or cold. It stops : .,
Chicago Tribune ; S. C. EOYLSTO.N. JR. ,. "
me As=t GenL Pa* Al' r '-
force to a sore burn or wound that'streated the cough, heals the lungs and prevents :
been with liuckien's Arnica serious results from a cold. : ittnnif T ii i HIM in t 1..1 MM H
Kenned's Laxative Cough Syrup Silhe. U's out of sight, out of mind Cures la grippe cough and prevents
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existence. Pita and and Have '
too pneumonia consumption Con you anything to sell? Do you wa ti
colds and is good for '
I roughs 'I chilblains disappear under its healing tains no opiates. The genuine is in Have you "lest" or "found" ant; I'I
member of the family Sold by
every influence. Guaranteed by Harclay & a yellow package. Refuse substitutes

Live Oak Drug Co. oct-dw : Groover druggists. 25c, oct--dw. City Pharmacy. oct-dw l An 'ad, in the Daily will meet Jour dean: i

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7'rooffs fn ? heColllpar/ "Does the One the barber Thing razor anxiously.hurt Certain.sir?" inquired Live Oak, Perry & fiulf! R. R. Co.

"Can't say" replied the victim

testily but my face does"-Har- The Mineral Springs Route.wsgr .

per's Weekly. .
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t39Cllat Napoleon Bonaparte ClrlUte..... ""('11 EL-; ;; !I rIUT..R '''' .....

'. .v# showed at the battle of Austerlitz, Frt Pat \ I EFFECEIVF: _- Fn _
he was the greatest Leader la the and ;t, and +Pus Pass Paw Pau P.. AL:(L I S, 19O 1 'II Paw Paw Pau Ps Paw s od !and
Piss I Utll- Pus P..
world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has I 3-\7111 9 51 13 I 12 12 14 6 16141 8I

T'Jrit shown the public it is the best Liniment I A'M, 'M'A.M A.a.t P.M P.M PM A.M A.M P'M P.M P.M P MP.M,
in the world A quick cure for I Aaily fOX ,Son Sun Sun D ex Sun I iD U D e. Sun soa.I Sun 1 Daily as
Rheumatism I Sunday : only only I only Sun only .i I!un ern ,Mlr only only _8nnday-
Sprains, Burns Cuts, -
Lee Lrei, Lre t'We LYe_ Lye Lve-I Ar Ar Ar. Ar Ar_' Ar IT Ar
b etc. A C. Pitts. Rodessa, La., _
says: 4:1111)1: : 8 41 III Z (5 01 I ..Li_ Oak. ...... .fl0 11501 61. 00 42S' COO
". use Ballard's Snow Liniment in my I II o6113o1 s 5 1I :le ;lIt' 51$ '......... tarr_...... ::161511301 557 1 C2 o5 t I 13
I 11&\11 369; 6, 11. 2 5 I I .. .. ...l/ereer.. .... .. ,,1C 0111 553 117 355106
family and find it unexcelled for sore 1S 4oi i .. Platt,... 9 11 650 831 1 5
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: U 6.,1 2 ; .. ::::Lanaster.: : 9471112 S C 825 I = :'I
chest headache corns, in fact for .J I .
that be I oe'n z 9'e. 11 j 4060 S 10 S SSI Duwbn Park 9101105 Z If 5 36 'IS S 15'a Ii/
anything can reached by a .. ..... .. !
9 0612 30 52j1202 .04 549 S39 .Chanee7. I f0 67 5 tll 15 II 011 306.3 IiI
liniment. Sold by Suwannee Drug 35 95'1211 4 11 55. $ t5j .Ma7_ JusGOO' I 10 50 Z lie CIO 5001555
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Particular people whose pride and name and Co. oct-dw t I 540 9 4 4 la 20 1 600 605 I! ". .. ..SIIo.Day...... .. i, 9 91 10 01o 47 511 6 Ott 265'Z
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t U 4 10 .TowNlf'nd. 9 115 10 32 101 Z CSf
pride in product goes into their stationery have out 10 14 I 43 6 S Y3 ,. ........8mlth. .. ,,8 4110 14 4 43 I IIs
In the 1'lay. 10 lij to :!2 S 01 6 46 Fenboll.way : 1I9 9 :56 4 Zi Z 071
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Bond of for 10 110 : 517 7o x I. .Perr)' i 1 8 IA 144) tt 1501,
preferred Coupon [irrespective price The Leading Lady (third act)- b 11 530 71 Hampton SpHnsi. 606 930 011 130.

over fifteen years. Have a care, sir; have a care. MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.

The Leading Man (absently)-No,

Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow careful tnanks; I just had one.-York Dispatch I Lve".M, :P.M L.-! :! P.M Ln I, P.M Ar P.M Ar P.M Ar

for firmness and .1232. i ;it 1 I S 4. ......Mayo Junction. .. zoo 8 ZIf 66 aaSPiIa7
methods that make pcrminancc are ___ __ __
fP1 tf ) f Its 411' ::12 :o! j 5 S&I.. ......... D,41...... 1 51 7 I Wl2
still used in making HJlfp(5)( ) p.fI flOJ[ ) beautiful I : 12'26 I I) Wi .... .....Peteraoa. .. 144 744 332
color and texture: its remarkable toughness and crac- Let A\r 1 i,1.86----I I .............]Mayo.......... ..: 136 735 -320L

the deluxe forget-Baby is restless can't slep at I t ISI ']210 L I i I 6 111...... .Alton?........ 1. 7 ao 215 la
make distinctive
ing qualities it only a paper-but A.M P.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.MI A.M A.M P.M P.M P.X-
for all bus night won't eat. cries: spasmodically __ __'___ P.M1P.M (aNdre
and incomparable mess correspondence. '
paper D ex Sun Sun !,San ,n ex Sun D.x Sa.. Sun D ex D u
Write your letters so that they will compel a read- A bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge ex\'D\ Only Only Only Sun Only I Sun 7 '7 era
ing-write them on never falls to cure. Every mother 3I7 11 9 i I 2 -F : 8a
should give her baby White's Cream .
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Vermifuge. So many times when Regular stop Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and btu

@ @M @OO lID@ ID) the baby Is pale and fretful the call Atlantic on any Coast ticket Line.agent.For further information as to schedules and connections

mother does not know what to do.
.1. LEE ENSIGN. (.r..illrnt. I:. P. IIOI'KINS.Traffic Manager.
to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing A bottle of this medicine would bring 6

of jour house J@flJf/ \ } VO'r\n) / costs color to his cheeks and laughter to
than 1 1 \yKIP>\ ) other FLORIDA RAILWAYTitTIe
his ejes Give It a trial. Sold by e>ait isdyIAt
ngood band papers-but no other bond poper will serve
Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw
)'OU aJ weilI Table No. 20 a r6dsio

I Tw ,; 1 I"'t S BOSD bouk showing 1 American Writing Paper Co. 1 The Correct Time. Taking Effect SUNDAY JUNE 30, at 12-01 A. M. 1907.
w,as w ..ku Aawh .. .. tM p.p.r .....Law.u b.w I I
: ..ta .... aam.of at..calprint- I.arse Manufacturers of the Com- I eligible bachelor "I do not believe in _._ __ __u.___ _ __ ___ ___ __

f I.t.;-' :w Wh.t.OpIdfyGU-1f as y.ar Duuoer$ let; menial Paper in the \VorM.. early marriages." KEAD DOWN. CENTRAL TIME.STATIONS. READ vrNl1 t
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I Mail I Local
Hieh noon is the correct tlAH"Chlago ."- Daily and I M.at! and, I-'re lrht
Bxcept I Rep re ; :
A.1 krxpprew Daily Ex
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I i 'a, x m 4 ,4 p m Lv.........._._.Live Oak..?..... ..... ..........Ar.l8fiOam 54Op..
fROFtiSIONAL CARDS. LATEST NEW ORIGINAL \rtlcle. 7 20.! am. 4. p m L.......? ..Perter._................_.??....._ I.v. 10 30 am !t' 2't pm
A :Most Worthy 7 n a lIIi 4. "m Ly...... ..__. ...anoer..L.. 10 :20: a m1010am 458 pm
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itIta. When an article has been on the 2. : m : : :m'Ar.I : --.N'imarth.::::::::: :::: :::-.::-....:LvAr: 10 00 a m pm4M pm
Picture o un m' 6 20 Lv..._._.__....Wilmarth... ....... .............__ II Uam9Wam 420
DIXON Postcards: a pm ? p tD
M : market for years and gains friend I 10116 a m' 5 Z4 pm Ly._..._ ..__.._...soawannee 1".1'...... .._....__.L.. 4 1& P ID
L. j J evedy year, it is safe to call this medicine 1011 a ml 6 3/1 pm L.\ ..___. ......_.Nnrwood..... ........................-LvLv. 945am 4 00 P mtO

i Any View, Anywhere a north one. Such is Bal 11 25'S : mi, S : : m:t : :::.:=:-::::.:::::-.Mayo:.Maya::....:.::::..:::.::::::::::::::=:ArLv.: !93 37* am m'IS 4S 40 pm pm 1i
DENTIST.Effvrtt Made to Order i 11 28 a 6 U pen+L.._ ..__._.._..8an Pedre................... ........... .' 9 34' a m 30 p IJI
I For lard's Horehound Syrup. It positively -' a ml Lv. ._.. .. ............ ..Srlt ..... .. .. ........ ............Lv. 9 2* a m & pm
CROWN : AND : BIUWE'iou. I Half A Cent n0 m i6 : ......... .. .. .. ..A.koW.......::..: .........'.. .?...,..LvLv. 9 0> a m 300 pm
Each cures coughs and all Pulmonary i ii la p m i 17 i E Le............;:..... .......::.CTalton..... ... ...... ............. 900 a m 228 pro
SPECIALTIES. (Copied from any photograph print forwarded 20 I1 r7 Lv............ ....... .....Keene..L: ,. 3 &3a 230
or p ? m pm
: to 11.Ith the order Name of diseases. One of the best known 12'4 p ml 6 3.\ p i..tL............ ........-- ........F.nbollowa7... ..... --...._..?......Lv. t 45 a m 2 20 pm

be imprinted on each card. party publisher orderingwill with 1 merchants in Mobile Ala., says: 12': PIAn,16 6 .r4 4T :mlt.v.m1Ar.:: :::::::::::::=:.:::::.::::::... =..:::::.::.... .::.::::.:::::.._...Lv.Lv.. 8 W am830am 160 1 40 pm pm

BKOOME, address. Postcards reproduced and dcbrered "For five years my family has not
M.E.I within 10 dara from receipt of order ropy and Luraville Branch SUflWl
been troubled with the winter coughs
description of scene-for which a maximum of 50
words U all..ed. Phvtueimile and :'hot.<>tJ'pe We owe this to Ballard's HorehoundS Heht'e1.ltrln ilIe amt Wilmart.
Ano NEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed with.ut West
I know it has children East
) rup saved m) I I
charge in return for name and address of party tlouad. I Bound.
UVt OAK. : JLORIDA.ra requesting specimens. wntenon any kind of a from many sick spells" Sold by i .'I 35 Lv. Wdmarth.. '. ................ a am
..* ..M..all ta.eourU of the State Spec Picture Postcard or our bus:,.-. sutranery 109 Sunannoe Drug Co. oct-dw I II 850 :,nlAr.= ::::::==::=::::. Lurav'tBe.:::::..:."."....- _._... ._. Lv.79: 06 a m
V sel.msm |..ea U Coaveyanen. ColMCUoo per cent to 2'A per cent PROFIT Taking Orders .
.. ....., CM. All butmtM promptly! attend and Selling AMERICAN"(Trade Mark] LOCAL Alton Branch
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VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One Eiclusivs JuMiftrationMagistrate Ik'twn and .\1ton.I .
.....&, roue STAT' AT LABGB. Mayo .
Wholesale slributor and Manufacturers'Agent
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-- (to accused)-\ou are East Weat
(Photographer. Dealer. Jobber Local Newspaper 11ouud. I I--- I 11r

DR. J. W. WEST town Publisher and. \iilaic or Printer*. LIBERAL[WANTED EXCLUSIVE in every CONTRACT city,. a charged piece with of bad having money tried on to this palm wine oft : ::: : m1L m/Ar! ,::::::::::::::::::...::.::.::.:...::_:..:..:::....::::::.Aron.Mslc.-. ::::::::.:::::::::.:..::.. .:::::::.:::::......::....Ar. (11 1 11 Bound(0 10amLv. a m 1r
Write for terau. TEN Handsome Arkan r
Physician and Surgeon. >as Photo.imil. and Phototype Picture Postcards ; merchant. Trains Mt-I"Wd to connect with .bwtd Air Lire aced 6teod and Atlantic 0- Line northbound
will be sent to any address on receipt of .Vccused-\\eil, sir. I had his wine a' L"e Oak. For inf.rmali ft"Iii'ardir-a notal ecbed&os and roMieetttM apply to aftvtlNatol
OSee: Carroll lSlIilJin:;. Ohio Avenue. FIVE2c.] STAMPS. I' T. P. A cams.Superintendent. J. P. HooifWAKD.G. Y. & P. A. '
analyzed, and it much adulterated
was ----
Residency at Ethel Hotel. American Photocolortv-pe Company
so! I thought was quite justified -
Mot Inc. A
has-Oie. N..I .. R.productioniforAnyPurpone by yfrocew.
tisedeae4 N.... 23. ur 1*". in giving him a piece of bad WE CARRY

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I t .-R. F. HTHOSIA80N Harrison 4691, Julius Caesar.was i i Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, 'aboel

I BROWN & THOMASON, Makers, t Calender>O Kture*.PC.Pictures cards.f(<'."IorphotoS4.re..ggraphs r Newvpapir Art' a man of serve but sfck&_s left Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can l!

S pfc-roent". Mac'-ine Covert Insrttsfar Fir its mark and he became aged before Goods in k.I .
Paper Bags etc. sto .
I tie,.de Luxe. Pictures for f ramru. Art St..dI -. ,
I'1IYSICIAr\S' & Sumao-s I I ur rx..r, lac ... ( -nay pup ae!. ,:> aI'y quantity I his time Sickness U often causedby Will keep on hand most of the winter, Apples, 1 '
rrv-ti 'WvO up. t f x rates 12-71 a torpid liver Heroine will regu- I :)
'Id. Banannas Lemons and 1
Grapes Oranges.We
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--- I late )our liver and give you health
, tAtolt : : tWRIDA Mrs Carrie Austin Holloa Kansas have on hand now several cars of flower

--- CRINO :1 ;'Ht>s: "1 coMkter Herbia the best and can make you some close prices this week for I. ;

WALL PAPER medicine I ever heard of. I am never cash. }e e.

I I ail>oat it." Sold by Suwannee Drug e.Ita .
When in need of anything in our line call on or
Wkea To octdw't H(
in need of nice wall
paPWaa -
Laxative FruitSyrup I write us for prices.Thanking Ita :

on tI. H. PETTY at Illed .
i tIE: namplinientary. our customers for past patronage and

: ttrIoN:, MUh'S MARKET. Pleasant to take I I 'YUtA say you asked M if I was soliciting a share of your future orders, tt t.
--- : pretty"
The laxative. Does We
new ." are elf .
L. A. *
not gripe or nauseate. \nd what did he ?" vide

$UC STENOGRAPHER.OQc. Upstairs, Cures stomach and liver "The"He said mean you were thingHoustonPoet. awfully nice' live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. atrper

in '-a. lUnk building, troubles and chronic con- '. rte

C OAIt -:. _:_ FLORIDA. .4 OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .:J. ermf
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stipation by restoring !
De\\itts Carboliz Witch Hazel .

'1'. J. LYLE natural action of the stom- I I Pills Sold by Live Oak Drug Company Violt ng M' 'i>:,.r'3arei', nu,!iJ :iv .:e-J to make: "..r office their head jcatE
>; quarters Wh, .e :nth,,! at}.
ach, liver and bowels. oct-dw' te
Practical ?
M" \\htii Were Shy. '

,. "TtlMAKER as lear' experience AND JEWELER Refuse In most ubatltuie cases consumption". Prlc results BOo. "\ou don't bear cry DOw any"more of ih ttsixteentooae Use the best Brick in the Stat /1' ibo

"'---&tec\*| Watches always on hand. from a neglected or Improperly "Don't >ouou haven been 1 Jbb

ntt -- treated cold. Toley'a Honey and Tar visiting any of the summer resort IT'S MADE rate'P

cares the most obstinate coughs and hotels lately have you?-Baltimore

,,,,t prevents serious results It costs American.If : .Er beat

p.' PRESSING CLUB you no more than the unknown preparations The Callahan Brick Co. callah ; i

work and )ou should Insist up- \ou cannot do anything really ae date

c short
: a on the genuine in the yellow worth while, do the next bet fhr"2: It a crazy
-St. having I I uvember 6. 19y( ,.,. ... ... :-.1; sp
'. : : : : Phone 222: package City Pharmacy. oct-dw' and hire a good press agent. I 1.'n'l I 'J'

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-. :" full line of the
You will never be, or see anybody it ; : famous '3,

we'll do it for '" it
PA- -better dressed than you :

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with1 { Boyden, .
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$ a
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%: P : Johnson & Murphy t;

r Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. '

r : -*** 7Here's c : } r :j7jfj 'shoes from $5.00 t toll?

.r : one-of the models, all wool, ,6 Ut' :IJ ---.:.

L : i'tailorin :; and we'll fit any man { Ljr\ Our% stock V of shirts, underwear ai;f

who comes, big, little, fat thin. These f J hosiery is complete. We are still hufl.

made J fq$1. ling the well known "Emery" shirt, tIiI. cI
clothe 'are right. ( $ :' ;
I t ; 'tJ' j best shirt made to retail at $ J.00 to $1,51,

You \yant your clothes} to, fit, we ;,,' (J' '. tr
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I. ;4 wont sell .them to.you if they, don't.'m. : ,
Copyright 1907 by ...
1 "' II" Scila Fair S3 Marx 4 .
NO\l'Jne; ., tvI
and Stetson hats always on hand

I : you know what they are, the name is suffi' --- -

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: Mens Outfitters, Live Oak Florida.

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Yesterday was a good day at then Red Band BrandChocolates s WWWWWWWWWW-- WWWrI WWWWWWWWWWWWEl
_ Methodist church. The Sunday
school Was up to the standard, and: tat
FOUND AT s.' \VllhTE'Sf
11 o' lock Brother Dutift preached -'- ,
a gofcd sermon on the subject of'r! !1 ,
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El .
"The C urch and the Children. The I 4 --- -
program for the day being almost entirely -
1* the Interest of and- carried I II The finest line of Hats and Cape?:1
, out by the children, the sermon was -
I for Men and Boys. I IIhl
very appropriately addressed to the ,
The best made at
occasion. In the course of his re- E
t marks.!the preacher strongly em- Winter underwear both cotton I
15c and30clb. I
phasizad the of child II
l conversion and the cultivation and II I I ill i) + and wool .for.,Men and Boys.
development of their spiritual natures i
._ after,conversion. If we had space w e I jij
would Ibe glad to reproduce much oi Agents For Lowuesif Wool over shirts, fancy dress shirts, men's fancy silk vest bojl
i the sermon; but suffice It to cay that
the theme was most timely, and th., I and, childrens clothing.

treatment of it contained solid truths I BB II Extra for school Black bdt
pants wear. Cat hosiery for men,
that our parents should give heed to. 1

chlldfcn Th* program at night as was carried pretty out as by could the'J; ILL BOOK K & F fW S CO., If(UI i and children. }I

be, aj well aa highly Instructive and I i'I I E Best line of childrens dress and school shoes to be found in thccitf

ente ,alnlng. The children had been: 'II I I ll All at the lowest prices. Come in and lets show ,
trained by Mrs. J. C. Baisden whor r COOK Manaser you I
has ertainly shown herself an adept,I Lu and Owner '
atnchwork. The work of trainingso __ ,__ E r'E ATE = Jf
1 age a number, and many of themonly litre Ha.le anrfbtberi: who with their
little tots,.is no small task, but readings, recitations and songs, added i] 1
she succeeded BO well that the entire : harm to the 1; ur. and finally the i]
r audience which was very large, was | Infant class with tKeir "Good Night" i] S. J. WHIT :
and her labors wit not pass : each performing tltoir part in a.
u napprecla ted. !|unique manner. tilling o\er\bod ,! BB
Item on the program which 1 with I' !
consisted! of songs, recitations and gladness. for th occasIon i SHOES AND FURNISHINGS.
iapii; : l..nlt.-
readlngstwas! t '
on the subject B
Foreign missions, and at he close or Some new and interesting ft aIUI'.', 't.." ___ __..-__ ____+
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were added to the woi : of the Sun-': + IWWMVWW-
children asked. the audience for a .
Ida hooll'StE'rda ',
volu tary contribution, which resulted which will be [ -
.. "iB their getting a very nice responce. ( put in operation next S12 day There I II j julll Deacon s jiietpt the pastor home and ,|
'.' f I be special music and a quartette diseus'ed thj spiritual neetl: of the: ,
i rs. Morgan and Mrs. Thomasga|*VS. by four children, and a paper f city with the pastor. It was
rendered. valuable assistance with the I cp so'bhi phase of the lesson\ by MlsZelu II aniiuou agreed: that UVP Oak \un'l The German Bakery, j

Instrumental music, which.. added interest I Gresham. large:: eqougli: and the needs 1'sufficient
to the program *" At the 11 o'clock. seniceia, splendiJj to engage the attention of a:city missionary A BRAN NEW INSTITUTION.
Among the little folks who are j congregation greeted the pastor. lie who*shall give all her timeto
\worthy of special mention Is little I sPOke on the subject "Can Christian looking after the sick, add i other- Rolls
Bread Cake
blanche Wetmoreland\t o sang us ity Cope With the .lttend'i( wic.. narnirg the gospel of Christ Pies and
.'"Sunshine. ThV Its Progress The sermon made a i into the homes of the people. The
.e a child
;' earl) is less than eve years old, profound Impression_ on the\ congr0- j deacons so recommended j I to the i and all the products of*first-clas bakery .
.i'" :he completely, captured the gati V..An...4....some appreciated. it so I church last nUht i i1 : Fresh Every Day. Courteous treating
) \ ranch as to request its publication. It I .\ night the pastor spoke on "To will be solicit
with her little song .The. ,. accorded all. Your patronage _
4 ore the ear-marks of long anJ Him That Otercometh." under I i
Elsie Halle. Helen WolTp
).a.. qr+a closest I
...... __ :ougb\sva,ns i. Jr.. Henrietta Groover. speaker study and showed thVt the following outline: ( I J. RUBENSTEIN. Propriclj!
had covered mnc in : 1. The Overcomer's Honor. -
every aswell, Council "McDanlel.harlie I
j his v **
research. 2 Obstacles, ;
Oat II(
Live .
.. ,+tw rtoovI y'! .e. GClIn '
Ibe :
"n tf 3 The Ojiercomer's Regard
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