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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 22, 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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Oct. 21.-After
Ml
\> k+burg "
= S.. New.York, del. 21.-The recent e1 byttltt A
t.rtattht a!** In the canebrakes .
-- tension of the banking community
ra krt Roosevelt. bronzed and _"N__
: was today cons erably relieved and
", ildA flying visit to Vicks- _--
_i%- the day passed wYui no adverse developments a'
s II,iJ,. a speech this after- -
pf a serious character, bat 4 rd
I..jdt"nt arrived at -- --
u aiso with much that was \eassurlng
a to .r ,... the Mississippifrtork : 1.W1 i
the sam*,tlme there was evidences" NrltttrOtii
He was met by
... that- ome, of the bans msot affected t
.. -4t Ml- of Bends, with
by recent events, w 7e still In need seta.
nMMlttee of 100 citizens\ /
.ft
:; of assistance, but /the ,promptness

:) 11r, preident*immediate with which the dc/ring house accqrd-

4d V folio edby a dozen 7/
ed it did much toAlTay further alarm'. a ttll
bas a I a. buWde his entry InTiw ;
The general improvement was reflected -,
bluflU overtaking the
; a \ T. in the buoyancy on the stock b+etr,n

: 11..s.1, people, whop __ ;
market and the steady advance' .'n ny atrioa
?..f necuti- hearty and \I '
prices from previous"low level. 30

,, 'ISM' J f[ .. -
.. "itF1. The fact that the clearing house lira verf

'.J. a, lloosevelf entered the ___" .--c- --"' ;< f.
committee regards the situation an
bas::. J a Ma** at tie pier and withfarm .,""J-r, 7-: ;: -- ; :
t ----:: till Ec/ious; wa| shown by the remark by's,
_0.-
:i' A Grijnth and Gen. .0 -__ ../-::.,...'".r----."- ... y =::-- of a member of the committee th
t
1 'I' I I'e. h jaded a parade
Mercantile
hat the bank's debit
bbttb p ,* ihrcliph the principal .J' <>.... '""--
r ..- balance was unexpectedly large and
.
h oat*nal cemeterj.T '
ttr ia to *" Of-
disconcerting. ; >i New
as received with Mactuley in New York World.
presidentr Tbe committee remained 1 n sea- tart. .t* .;]

**....*..*. The streets were pack- -- j :
,
ion the greater part of the day discussing e ,
.4 .'..a people ,, ho cheered the visitor *'JlJd e C'ariiT's Remedy. WAUMNG TO COTTON CKOUERS.England .
: a general plan of policy with report
BIG SHIPMENT.[ SEIZED -
at .TtTy oortnnity. "
I -- ,
I. regard to assisting such banks as
At CWrry arid Clay streets the ' might need After the committee -
tfW"tI Oa 111 ai halted, and Gen. Lee, congre you on your magnificent ------ Before Paying V* Fancy Irice had adjourned for the day ids of la

wader In fhfyf United Confederate editorial jpsterdaj's pave/entitled I. iv onnni OF MTII l: ) STATIC I Chicago, Oct 20.-A warning to James T. Woodward, president of the. if horaa'b ;

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Vtteran, told the president Judge C -tcr's Remedy.Nomoremphatic C.OVFRNMEVT: omci.\LS I 'lh't tosyat
American cotton growers cotton Hanover National bank, and chairman ay
,tot trveral hun-Jred Union and Con- loyal royal aid magnificent '!
| M
1 i gambling and attempts to maintain of the Clearing house committee
ttftratc soldiers stood before him. utter nee has falldn under my -- ---
,
I ( I II prices at an abnormally high level said that conditions were improving flew
' Y "1fc, pmldrnt/krose in the carriage eye in ma r4- a month. rejoice that I
rl I UNDER THE ANTI-TRUST LAW would result ultimately in the crippling -I and that the committee felt equal to BM
sad eordlally!shook hands with the we have a Ian who can write such a l Stn
of the country's cotton export meeting any emergency that might
eta toldifri/ cl1'3r. ringi lestap*, and whoso
1 trade was sounded last night by C. W. arise tomorrow.On .
national cemetery, head and he. rt will him to it
prompt Macara at a banquet given for 11*> the stoc\ exchange the Improved -
trove ... Large: Amount of Cigarettes For
tke party slowly through the There has ne er betfti a doubt in my
4. I I11"0..4a. I-urotlt'an..cotton manufacturers. banking conditions resulted la a
the president showing a i. mind as \o, th fit ss of Judge Carter Foreign hJiipmentWashington.
l Mr MacXra is the largest individual ally of pronounced proportions, the
,Ively Inteersf in the historic place. and Col. c lIum for the re jrey -
'
r cotton manufacturer in the world, more active Usues advancing 2 and
_from the cenetery the party drove to ponsible places t fill 1 have believed Wl
being the hea \of the International points, with greater gains in some of
n'Iks It ttrarthoure square, where an im- in them om the first and I OH. 21.-The depart Cotton s
Mailer
tod Federation of Spinnersand the specialties.
Leaae crowd had gathered to hear rejoice no littler\"er the splendid record ment of justice ; issued the following the English 111
president of federa- Part of Gils advantage was lost
&. .pe r } tion. In reply to in /dress of welcome later by a urry on call loans, the
after closing his ad- officials couldnobe gotten; in Su- seizure Norfolk this i iiternoo.i
: extenS" by :HKh Commissioner rate for whiih advanced to 9 % percent
Cm. Prevkk'nt Roosevelt and party wanuee or an otLVr rountj If our "The collector-of customs N'orfoi: aft
W. A Bvaas.rin behalf )f on the corb, the feature was the
)ys -trt rapidly Driven to the Yazoo and sheriff will Mad the criminals, and I Va. under directtnrr-t>f t/ secretary' WaHglnl
.
Mayor Busse. Mr Zacara declares heavy selling ;t severe declines 3
7 1u1ppt Va ley railway station speak cHKiaU> of bind tigers; Judge of tl e treasury at the Instance of tne ,
that continued high rites of raw cot- Consolidated Steamship bonds, which
-W+r a 'pecia) train stood in waiting. Carter and feolicitoft MtColIum will attorney general, anfl with the redb*
: ton in America would force England, at one time sold at 12 7-8, a decline
*l *.U o'clo< 'the train pulled out do the rest t/ That le are to see' i t nited.. States attorne/Cor the East- t
points
France and other countries to develop of 3 5-8 in the high. The net
tit K'mpUL Nk here the president id cleaner cit/ and fewir men who are ern district of Vfrgiflia, has seized; 4
i their own cotton rowing in their loss for the day was 2 points. The Pabo
1fr k atbakd to turtle shortly after mid- willing to ,penly viola our prohibition 175; cases -cofttalnlDg 8.750.00'J I ttber
colonies. Consolidated Steamship Company in
""t.on.. tr be Immediatelyterry law tjicre is no dV ubt. Men of cigarettes, valued | at $1,2.2,50. j
\nwll "America naw/stinds at the head controlled by harles W. Morse.
Louisville and eonsciencti conictlonand moral which were in transit from factoriesof
I of the cotton growln 4ndnstry," said
*.A ttW rall.ir and started for backbones can enforce tlv; law in any the British-American Tobacco
"but if the American \\OTHKU TRIUMPH
Mr. Macara, FOR VUII-
--tdl. ,1I community'. Keep the g\od work going Company, limited, located in Peters- i
to maintain abnor- KEY
attempt
\ - bo>,s'' You are \ not quite burg, Va., and Durham, N C., to New growers
mal prices for the raw material, we ter t
; IMtle lima .Illl. nt.1t throuRtf >et. There are tVo or three York and foreign countries.The 11'itlt
.
foreign manufacturers will be forced (; rKiu i Man (azrd the Stuff C
+a++ Atawa .M the infant daugh- other where some bidy can get seizure; was made under sec-
joints to go to some other place for our Mnrders Ilin Wife and Self. tin wo
"lIIr Nat Alllr/m. who lives ff in a bit of good work. I taVe e off m> tion 6 of the Sherman anti-trust law.
I cotton. Brunswick, GafOct.! 20.Crazedfrom se l:
aw a.u. and who Is one hat to you men-Judge Cart r. Solicitor -
"We do not want a price that 3
w .... *<).*.. iliA father was ilcCollum and the edito of the I WILL 11.\"f: CONFERENCE.ioternor f'x'csshel drinking combined '
d' i would not be remunerative to the with jealousy'William M Rainey tlatto,
... .... all the older peo- nJocrat-men who have -lard
but we do not want to paya und
.. ( Comer Will Meet Ilnilroad grower twenty-niffvyears old, a groceryman
Pis nA ,,'
pleasure for,'a better. cleaner, safer and no
.... fancy price simply because we, doing buslnessVllOOS Hay street Bleed
Men
ay ,. Today.
+ KIDLHYljLS.
laauary % 1906, citj C A.
rous
, l>rp \p across the water, look to the United fatally shot his wh> throughlhe left that
>k/LflHs- 10 1907. being AW Oct. 20Gov.
Montgomery ,
,
States for our supply of raw material a\her tit wi
eye and standing fe<< placed
-. ..'ba and fourteen I .\ POOIt SMALL! Comet will have a conference with ." tell and
.. .t the muzzle of the r\older/o\* r bto
.u Uk for more than some of the leading railroad men of
.... left car, sending a bullet tlft-migh his vldencej
.
( d. at .Ikb time all that JIi"Oo\ by Telegraphers He Kerentl the SouWi tomorrow'fternoon., at. Educational: Rally for Lite Oak. brain. S I I fttrtanl

...... Mt "t /done for her; lad In the Strike. which Pr (dent Milton II. Smith, of tiThe dept
had
o.M On"Wednesday night, Xovembe6th. woman her t | -)ear-otd
sa ttel /
g on the part the LouisvflJe and Nashville and
i
A Chicago, Oct 20.-S>'lvester J. at tte Baptist cburc,' there wl! boy in her arms anti as Fie fell the ilried.
.w ti + to ht with all her President, W. F /ley of the South- of
kt Small, deposed president of the Conmertiat ,- be an Ed ational alIn the int:.>rest child wa- thrown between the bodiesof erm
t battle was avery ern are expected w be present The
I' Telegraphers' Union vraa of Colutebia con /at Lake City the dying mother and Rhe father :. AI..1 9
t first Her pubpect of the Vtoference. it is said, Ike
M hissed and jeered by six hundred who has gasping hkja-it bre /h. j camp
b gradually lost will be the extr/iesslon of the legislature led by Dr. BP Ro rtson, +
tW Chicago local union, The ge aps
fr. members of trapedy-owirred shortly before
$ b.r the form wasted which v Comer has called teen chosen aXfi ',u secretary of the evident.
this afternoons : 1 o'clock this
before whom h appeared morning in front
t Sr s ached to hold litigation in the fed. Educational corftoission. The rally t
w'
and the pendidg 1e !
r+ in an effort 10 justify/is actionin of the little grocery store kept by the

l otaed to keep her bc/w-een tct state and the is for the ben t\Jid instruction of ibout fot i
sc'klng"ote n caljpg off the i eral court % couple) and was witnessed by the

1 O.4 ul Kht and to she relieve had strikt\\. Near rd if those present -i i railroads op .rating in \labamd, all the church/ in tNe Suwannee Association I mother of Raine, who Ihes next ':. obbeT1nteoced

left the hall, aHe/shouting insult I it was reported tonigbt that the an/each chuVh is requested I door. Tile couple lived in the rear of ;

fcUWy> of this city, adM at their former /ader when he I controversy Between the \tate and to have lome of its Hading men the, store end as usual Kept the plaCf-* beIe mfg

tie banal service- and rose tq; speak. ; Tho!"/who remained the railroads might be adjusted and attend thl meeting. Come nd Live, open to near midnight Saturday.

***** would'nbt'\ -.-listen /> Small. Vice t .

1ct L. s *i mother few months.who pre-To President W. W. B4ttie of Washington .l that the call o for the legislature, re Oak will 'take care of you.\ Don* The couple had prepared to retire

W i the choice of theChicago voked Late tonight Gor: Comer said forget the date, Wednesday l Ight, when Ilalney was seized with a crazy
the family we ex- wa named as ;

I to Small. significantly "Wait until tomorrow" November 6, 1907 C. A. RIDLE1 spell. v
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?, rr A VISIT TO THE "WILI TRIBES" ing in good houses, furnished with

r IX OKLAH03LV modern furniture and engaging In i A oe; a

t the peaceful pursuits of agriculture
interesting
The most unique and Intensely
and stock raising. They are dill a
I character on the American .
little slow on work and disposed to t ,

Indian lease their allottments to the whites. _

Some of them lead the old nomadic
shrouded in mystery. Ilia known
life, dwelling in tents
and
teppees
history full of pathos and tragedy, -4)2 _
1 and roaming from place to place. It
while his present condition ia a __ :
Is hard to break habits formed by
problem of national concern. HI?

both the first and the last man; fiat the centuries. f mm tl ,

on the ground and last to be Amcr- The Government requires them to S

canized. Ills sun sets; nevertheless educate their children and has established I y'/e'1 ;

rises full orbed, the Red Man dies a fine school at Fort Sill _

b e but in his death lives the Twentieth Mission schools are maintained by I Rock _
t universal testimony Red
t Century citizen. the Reformed Presbyterian Churchat I By

Fort Sill and by the JL E. Church, been awarded
q Real Indians, the Indians of tomahawks Fruit Punch has
t South Baptist Church
massacres and scalps, which and Presbyterian the of superiority. It assures distinctiveness -
Church at Anadarko. Some of palm unqualified aD4

I gave were children us so much, are concern no more.when Brave we : the younger generation. well educated success to all socIal functions, and should be prepared in accordance

the brightest with the following:
1 warrior either sleep or are prisoner ones of them

I I of war. The savages have been tarnft I having been sent to schools in the FORMULA

I East. Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests)
f 'r ed by the government soldiers, and (Quantity
: t ; missionaries making The time is near at hand when 8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE
"lIt": f f" the Churches' are 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE
out of them fellow citizens. The "Day Schools together with Sun-
l 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES
flr* civilized tribes are almost "losttribes" day schools should be established inevery
Crush and lemons chop fine with
pineapple cover
; oranges sugar
in the cosmopolitan civilization community. The conscious ,
of the new state of Oklahoma. contact of the school room with the allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the

t n t The Indians that reflect a glory departed home and of the teacher with the pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add

I and afforded a knowledge of household, will bate an uplifting ef-, the four quarts of Red Rock.

I ;' ;t tribal life are "Wild Tribes of Okla- I fect upon the entire family. This -,

Jf .: 'i homa. These are by name the Kiowas. will be the.Church's opportunity. Jd

I { i OomancbesAPachesCheenes I The Mission School gives what the
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(1'1 \ I i tar, Caddos, Keches, Wacos, Tuhua I I Government school does not attempt COMING . . . . . . . . . . .. ...n
'
rJ.# j i Cannas, and Delewares. The largest'''and what the Red Man in his benighted i

t 1' of these tribes 4te the Kiowas 1100,j I I condition most needs, and THE FAMILY SHOE STOREThink
!
i Comanches 600 and Apaches less] that is light-"the beautiful light AUDITORIUM
J I
; t ..I I than 500. The Kiowas are the deI I of God." His place both in the I + 1 1 I what It alas .

1 : scendants of brave warriors, wild and Kingdom and state is only a question tz }A That is what *. Vw

'. J I roving, who had the reputation of of coming in contact with the best 3 NIGHTS 3 Our reason is bec.i* ii 1

"'J being cruel and treacherous. Then- tot the worst of our civilization.The STARTING r the "Our Family Brf<_00:;

l I'' is a tradition among them that they { M. E. Church South, enter- w "Star Brand Shoes' f*

T, 3 1 l crossed over the ice with sleighs and prized work among the'ilJ Thursday Oct. 24'PEn.11 } $ 4 have a shoe for twy :

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; member or '&an,
1 i 2 i every
dogs. Their harsh language indicates Tribes." :
centering the
Kiowas I
in
amq.II .
to have all your -
i Northern origin.: They are .1 the fall of 1887. !ter. J. J. Methvm MATINEE S\T shod ec 'comically U

1 superior race both physically and was our first inUbionary! and has t''* II well-fitting and sentn,j

mentally, with broad features and a distinguished honor of fOR HAN
"building enI F. Willard's giving shoes. *-
jaw bone like iron. Their Henry WOMAN
determination *
"
i I no other n an foundation. lie AND CHILD "Our Family" Shoe
i /;
is well known by the :lov m. i followed the Indians la th0!"" wanderings I are made by expert b ,

ment Agencies. Foi a crude people preacher, to them ir their villages I big specialty faetorfa ,

they have the founda'io-i for outlding down on the creeks w the winter CONfDIANS.I MADE IN STLAW3 ny, from the best box pit; t

I a great character. In their home I leather that can t*;
and out on the
prairies in the tr
f life they have made remarkable pro- 1' Presenting an Entire new List of J I t061NrS0 t e 0 bought for the monef.F;
summer -finally work r
was centralized
Productions t
t. I Opening With
The Kiowas ,
gress. *
are very r ponsive -
at Anadarko, which was thGovernment's I t The Men's and @d'I :.
to the gospel; '.S JIT cent of The Southern Sens li.n Boy's are Goodyear welts which mead
s Kiowa Agency, and the soles are flexible and that there are no tacks, wu a4
I
r 6 them being members of the church, where all the tribes had headquarters "THE WHITE CAPS"Car I threads Inside to hurt burn and blister the feet. Being R!*:
and it is said
f scarcely any cf them -from four to forced .f
five thousand under the
instep with a brass clinched fastening tttf
S drink whiskey.The Load Scenery, High Class Vaudeville, :
would camp for weeks at a time In Latest Moving Pictures, New Illustrated cannot rip.
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Comanches arc also a noted, !
.
war-like 1889 a parsonage with a church annex Songs.EXTRA WU NULL TIIH MK.VS FlU $:T;; and $3.00, BOYS |2AVOUTIIS
people. They
are badly was erected, EXTRA I I
and In 1890, the $2.00 LITTLE GIRLS $i..5.
1 mixed with the Mexicans. Their first building of Methvin Institute. .Capt. Ceo. Liable and Miss Annie Nelson ]I ,

f speech la smooth and soft and denotes I I This Mission School, Two of the Smallest I f On account of the Women's Misses and Children's ib+*- .
I now under the :
a Southern tribe. Like the ROYAL LILLIPUTIONS IN THE having a metal clinch sole retainer, the soles can't pull IIJIl*,,
auspices of the
woman's Foreign j .
I KIowa, they are born orators. The Missionary Society, opened with WORLD j t "()ne ....BIII.SHOES H1H WOMEN ARE $1.73, VttS*;' i

E Comanches are difficult to reach with three pupils, but in time enrolled as sketches In a series which of operatic are changed and nightly.Don't dramatic. I :!'i-r i. CIIILIIIKKIJ, 11 j$, uu; 5 and s, $1.10. _,

$ the gospel, a large per cent of them : many as 110 during the session. It forget the Special Saturday) The Star on the heel and the name "OUR FAMILY" eaS

remaining unsaved. In consequence has had for seventeen years a leavening Reception Matinee. ale of each shoe is aguarantee that they are honestly estructpd '
of thla they are behind in, the ': and full of
d np- satisfaction.
Influence in civilizing and PRICES J Matinee 25 and $c. j f
Y d ; building of the home life. I I Christianizing the ""'(ld Tribes." In } Nights 25, 35, 50, 75c I : To MI- the ink to like them. lime sw them.

j The Apaches are a branch of the Seats now on sdk at BUTLER
1894, at the BROS. I
request of the Woman'sEoard e:
i Athabasca family, which wandered DOWLING LUMBER CO. ;
,
4 Brother Methvin gave himself

1 j far have from been the at parent region. They jxclushely to the school work. Two The }It. Scott church la construct. f i tI.. . . . . .....
war with the whitesever 4
new missionaries were sent to the ed of stone 47x43 feet, will hate l
since they entered the
country. 'eld; Rev. A. R. Butler to Little Cathedral glass windows, and has a Christian development;
The famous Geronimo and his bandof pearance indeed of an "Indian vil
Washita, and Rev. W. A. Brewer to seating capacity of about 200. It is sheets, blankets, leggsp! d
lage.
There
,
Apaches, have been prisoners of was not a single white
Fort Sill. located in ... A
These in time were followed a beautiful valley on an "G-string. said others
war at Fort Sill for twenty tenter on the ground. The preachersand
Under the years. l by Revs. .T. N. Moore J. C. I eminence of forty acres of land deeded white ladies citizen's clothes. Thtitween
Government's fostering were royally t nter-
; ?anener, Forroster, J. E. Love by the Government to the Board I the white min'
care they are fast tained by Kickingbird, who
developing into kept
+ ett, 1;. F. of Missions. ;,open R f
The fou"
new civilization. I Gassaway. M. A. Clark. entire property is house both for the whites sfnij In and the Indian's is

The Erother Ga saway had a great ingathering worth obout $4,000. The pastor reported dians. Face [that the white man r "'. IU
Cheyennes to
Wltchltas, CadosI face with theset\ children -
L 14 of the Indians, and to the last session of the Oklahoma 1 pel first. Our church .14 fIIII
of
Kechls. Wacos the
I Teuhua Cannas and forest an opportunity of I
brought to light Conference 267 F*
Kickingbird. South.I members. nominations are dolnf I
Delewares are remnants of powerful a lifetime was afforded: for
preaching -
tribes ,tern Methodisms apostle, to the Kio- The Mission has suffered these last II for these "Wild Tribes."
aggregating about 1000. who, Christ's gospel and Indian
studiinjg
like the Kiowas was. Brother Clark is closing his years a heavy loss. It was said that habits In making the aUottmtd'the
Comanches and and customs. Two Interpreters *
75 -
third year among the "Wild Methodist Indians 1*
Tribes are now in Indians, Governmest
Apaches, were at different times located I I! one for the Kiowa, the i
and other
twenty-third churches. *
Two
as missionary to reasons were I( church
j
remembered our
reservations other
on in the Indian for the Comanchos .
,
the Indians. lie assigned: for the loss repeated M
Territory. is an ex-Confeder- I : First, our the denominations who lid
sermons. The
I rte soldier, and goes around on one church has not furnished men and Indian languagesare them doing educatlontJ tt1
These "Wild Tribes" so
are scatter paltry and the
leg having left the other I means adequate for the interpr1tersso !
on the holding, Board of
ed over Comanche Caddo and Kiowa i little accustomed work The Ilit
to habits(
battle field much less our of
following developing
i Jackson and of the work. I acres 'of
I of eighty
counties grant
covering thought
an area of 100 and modes of
I Lee. lie lives among the Indians, Second, the proselyting methods of expression thatit at >t
acres
miles long by 75 wide. In recent was a question how den and forty
i eats their fare, and in every way is a sister church. It seems incrediblethat much g;lSpel the"Woman's r
while
years the Government has allotted was delivered
to
Identified with their salvation. Christian missionaries on the minds of th1! In- .absrW'
p each one of them 160 acres of land I Halt, will com- I' dians. One preacher has 160 acres In the
weather-beaten and gray in the service l>us.s "sea and land" to make watched fob- the Chrflldi
Pt and bought the surplus of their reservation proselytes effect, but with Just darko.Florida
the old hero of our a few exceptions -
when retired converted Indians when i
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prying $200,000,000. I where
should be put on a pension. lie ha the woods are literally: full of heathens. e>es glistened with Lear?,
One-fourth of this he
amount was saw
nothing.bout
his monument at Mt Scott, beautiful I cannot believe their great ] the most **
cash and the balance, I I 0 stolid, IAr Old M"
$150Oi>O.000. new church, nearing completion. Hoard is aware of this unbrotherly I nonresponsive audience tin the

Is kept in the United States Treasury Ibis building likewise stands to the I conduct. Our church has reached wide world Is one composed '*>f IndIans "My dear old moth'

at S per cent interest Thisamounts I praise of the Indians, who gave $900 the point in this work when more j ; jet these people sing, preach p.1.btv-tbrM l years old. '''J'jj

to |23; a year per utlta'i of the $1400 spent in Its erection I men should be hurried to the front, !land testify to the love of Gad with Electric Bitters." *ritel

and is paid seml-arnually. The In-i hauling all the stone and lumber !i ni when tbe question of dollars and i! fervor. Their singing was quaint son, of Dublin. Ga."SY"

tJitn*. w err al.'o! f"'l tc select thfii allottmenis and. with pardonable pride have I cents will not be a question at all. and .weird but it was thrillinr! In the them for about two ,ea11'-
WAICoi
and for the roof part championed the enterprise. During j( Any retrograde movement in Southern extreme when you would hear"Jesus" an excellent appetite. feel J

chose land in the rich vallevj. and the camprneetlng. when the Hornet i Methodism must be promptly met in their songs-or I ave" related 'Ieps well" That" thf"

on the water course,*-much to the Mission! Secretary proposed to give with a forward movement. j to you their expressions' in telling trie RHt<*r- affi-ct the

disgust of the whites. They cannot dollar for dollar of the "Jesus 1 i toitotlt
of the $500 necessary Recently the Home Mission Secretary 0 way. 'hey are same happy results THE

sell their allottments. except where to finish the building they attended ,to naturally a religious people and have of female weakness aa d
a
the owner of one has died, Thus promptly and enthusiastically subscribed "Wild Tribes" campmeeting of the passionate devotion for Jlbsus, the bility Weak, puny U
at Mt. J1
protected the day will come when not $:::50. but $352. "Pale campt ground Scott. The ; Saviour of sinners The I audience greatly strengthened W (

they will be wealthy people. Manyof Face" how is that for an example in 207: backs buggies containing 65 tents, reflected the transforming a ,nd renew anteed also for ,tomacL.! | Pot r:

them are well-to-do farmers, liv J the grace of liberality. I:horses and 400 people and, wagons.had the 244 ing power of Christ's gospel. The kidney troubles by Bate j U01r
ap- dress
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..IV): OAK DAILY DElocn.4.T. '1 UE BER Z2. 1907.

AY,
4 i.I.M I H I i i 1111II i 11 II i I H 1 I ,H H H'' I i 111 11II1 j i t MM !!.IIIIIIIIII. . . Hi ocrq-Ontinnninniii'iiniiiiiinniiniiinnnn HENRY r. WILLARD. I It E1 NEG BE RET

i n i t IIIIIIIIIIIIIII i i ,, .. :; rou ton Riot and,
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and aptnr of NegroesC
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New Orfcans, La., Oct. 19

negroes, nWsiere of the
"vii.I "Council of GodX under acre

.1 of them charged yith mnrdea';

I the result today of police in*
LIVE OAK

[ tV tlon Some Into almost last nigh /believed a riot. tee _

their alleged reUfcion were an
-s. q today by thosaterrested. One of

.. beliefs was tjlt white men s'h
worshipped s deities. In
RN A,4Na support of tie existence of this
II the police pointed out that a few+

? : !: ago four leaders' the council"

: JLJLsfr:1Nt4 :if I on 000 Mayor to build Behrman a tabetnacle ijquestln far* ,f

sect In this city. It *as learned

that some of the members had ..
forced into the sec/by threats:

: ''Ii Henry Willard's Comedians, death. thason -
COMPANY Undue excitemefct was y
who will play here next Thurs-
the police could learn for. la
day, Friday and Saturday nighls
and Saturday matinee. night's outbreak *

..... ,- .. Of the dozen \punded two are
i danger of dying. They are Patro
INDICTED TiII' I.. & N.
man Weneck, whose n\ck ia cut by4

Iii razor, and Edward Honore, n
For Hrfut-al to Run Its/trains Into
and alleged leader of/he sect.
Mobil 's New t'nio/Station.

: : .,.,.. ''' , .... ..... .. Sergt. Wheatley who was
I '" "::'" "" !'"" ; u. "' no Mobile, AJ Oct.The Mobile nounced as fatally injured, U
f' : In county grand\iry ibday indicted the covering. / ,

Book News and Commercial Louisville and fashville Railroad Last night's trouble started dutin
1 | Company for Vf failure to run its a meeting when 'excited negroes dry
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trains into thne\ union railway razors on Policeman Cambias'becau'

station in Mraile as retired by a re- he attempted to enter the house
PRINTERS 1 1VTO I I tent enact /nt and aa\rder of the investigate reports of a dieturbanc

\
i Railroad Ofimniibsion caused by boys throwing stone
J The union station is owned by the through the windows. Razors we
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: om: r" u '''' '' "'" < '" "' '' '" '"'''''''' '''' 4 Southern i? Railway drawn across his face and neck, tnc

tally wounding him. Many at
Notice to Our Cu .
itomer then fled."Those who remai
meeting ;
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We are pleased to announce that ed and barricaded }themselves we
,
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs well armed and after the negroes
colds and lung troubles is not affected been smoked Into( submission by'A; ;:

job is too large and none too small for by the National Pure Food and burning fence, i several shotguns fcaf-*':
Drug law as it contaIns' no opiates of other firearms were found under the

: us to handle, and everything in the I other harmful drugs, and we recommend meeting house. .:'
'i it as a safe remedy for child The fighting occurred on New Orleans

Printing Line comes easily within our limit. a; ren and adults. City Pharmacy street, and did not start ham,
ai
i i oct-dw front of a 'German Presbyter1M t

: ; Church, as stated in early reports.
One R9tq ire.

OUR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papers 11 Penitent Old La/fy-I have been a FOR BILE.

great sinner mo& than eighty years 160 acres of the bestVrade of toad.
one of the largest carried in Florida, f: and didn't knftw itw in the county Two heal of honwij

Old Coloj/d ServaI knowed it 35 head of, cattlehs hjead done .Aa
: and with a well equipped modern Printing i all dp time' -Christiaff Instructor. buggy and one\/vajra' 17

Plant new type and artistic printers we i. .NOTICE.y bushels of eprn.* ,ReasoVfor sellli
I will go Into other Jrasinees bee!

t i; 11 ( 1o] drug business to farming. Apply Hp S. Staff
furnish with
can Stationery as cheap as -
you
I Mfs s M ir Vad who Will continue Luraville, Fla. <
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. and prompt as any establishment in the i the e0sine a herrtofdrqr
. t GRE.TE8TLLOOX TRIP
I. a/e
* 'South. A trial will convince. Samples and tit I collect all accautflt ,due/be old Live Army Balloon Courses the Air Froa'j
Oak Drug ConjpanT\V
St. Louis to Virginia without
1d
1j Estimates Furnished I thanlr,,mJ uistonSig who have
on Application. ill Accident.. .
a b(- 'n so lib "al jithtlhPi atronage
I Washington D.\C., Oct. It.-De.]
1r' 'I and ask pat they continue 0 patronage ,
i : balloon whit '
army started from t.
t :,I lie business W. II. BELL.
++ 1: Louis Thursday evening landed: t

*** ; 1! Pine Grote Camp Meeting.The 1:30 o'clock y** rd4y after!&'

..'i l. i iw about three miles frrrn Walton.Y
,:.- ,, .. ,, ., ,.,,, ,,,, II annual District Camp meeting Roane Av'estf Virginia,;)
. I '" "I'" I" ''' '" "" ;" '": '''' =-.u-.w..w I county.
will begin at Pinjt Grove Camp
;..J cording to a dispatcfi: received b;
ground October 25, It 7 m., and
p
I IM Make of Mail : close XovembeV<.SJ Th/ public Is signal service today from Ca'
ttWats e: a Specialty Chandler, who is with the bal
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cordially Invited.to corate in the
J The distance traveled was about-
meeting. All prhcbpr/attending the i
miles.
Order Business -:- meeting wllj|_b/met/t Live Oak, and

:1 conveyed to the grounds by giving
p : Sheriff Parker's Good Wo-
notice to Rev B T Jape Wellborn '
58* itt'",r-, I "" "I (Perry Herald.) 1'5' k
Fla. A and W T"
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sad 11 Sheriff Parker put another feat
ea The Citrus County Election in his cap and added another C* "
1 r h.s finances recently by his watt
(Special to the Democrat) Et
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.Lora.1t. fulness and alertness. The case ;

II Inverness, Fla.. Oct. 20.yhewet this: Some months ago Joe J

. a\d dry election in Citrus county alias M. Youngblood. a mulatto,
tssfb LIVE OAK 4; took p>ace yesterday the result beIng I arrested by the Sheriff under

$ a co plete victory forjOie dry; charge of soiling liquors illega

Adi : the major y being fully/150. The The Sheriff at once suspected that ,
wets did noV poll 100 votes in the had an escaped convict but wi

PUBLISHINGCOMPANY count}, The official count will be kept his suspicions to himself and

Ti made Tuesday Vend Jt is expected the once began a smirch for evidence' j

M* majority for tbt dtys wil reach 175 confirm them. Ala he was fortunin +

Quiet an the precinct securing, but 'till he Sept i

*L*I Only reigned r \ Homasossa gavea counsel allowing him% to buried, sea..
11 majority for the vifts. It was expected tented, and to. sere his Perm of \

INS i thaytrjstal RVer and Floral months in the'county gang. As this of'

City would.. go wet by Vnall major time expired he',went to Che camp and:
ties but they went dry V- good ma- took the prisoner in /barge again.:
M
joritie Inverness cast siwvotes; 8 1 When confront wlfti the evidence

LIVE OAK FLORIDA dry and two wet. The prohibitionist the negro admftte that he was and .
are happy over the result. Sbme othp escape and that be had about 10urt'
1 ,
saloon men are talking of a contest years yet to serve for robbery la "r
but this is all bosh. Dade county. He #
was sentenced r
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1901 and escaped in 1907. By
I. If the worlcV apafoves of what -.
you of the i.
M M I 1 1 H M M 1 1 1 H M I H M 1 1 1 1 1 1 H H I H 1 M prison authorities he was ,
I are doing It is/Kjafe bet that It Is! turned to the
at
camp Blue Creek-
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/ ( :with f I .--a i3- s--5-, $--$-$-$-;-i. .> =i:
JOHN TEMPLE s ll AWe ll in I 'lormaI'price for his COt-I i-S- -
OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT asists only >m fair com-
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i. .i tender hearty congra u for It But i{ Is the ab- ; : "

'&Published every Sunday.Afternooa. to John Temple Graves, edltof of the norinar, &ce thatte has bee< ;setting Confidence :
Except HLBsignal
x; Atlanta Georgian, for much of the tlmeVor nurby yeatS
ti- honor done him by William Randolph be
Hearst In. calling him S -New York past-abnormally: low./What, t enthusiasm, which accounts for ."
.W. IRVIN Editor and specifically aVks if thaI the gambler's Begets --.;
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at the Poitoffice. Lire Oak, Hearst's leading and rn sj widely, read eliminating''the gambler, and
Florida.; sit Second Class Mall Mat4tsr newspaper, the New Yo k American.Mr. ) by
then let tie law of supply and de- First National Bank
November 7. 19OS. .t The
Graves is a map genius, cul- f '_
.. mand regulate the price.
ture and rare moral excellence. A

__UTE OAK PUBLISHING( COMPANY few years ago heWaaJ an obscure I Every is thrown around NationalBan%. ro
country SChOOI aeThe In Georgia IU 1.1'j' l. V*i lard's Comedians Com frequently
by agents ofie Conif
H8 DAILY DEMOCRAT will be { They are inspected ;
and sheer merit be has since won ing. I
; wiled to any part of the United by troller 'of Currency, !and are called on to;make [ --
.<."fates. pastage prepaid, for $5.00 national repute as lecturer and writer "Herry P" VTIllard's Comedians, sworn statements to him five times each year; hence -7-
t'" Per %.SO for six months and now goM Into the front rank corn-
year; $ ; the ;Ighj st cud most popular direct of the Nation-.J
i'i St 11.25 for three months, or 50 cents of metropolitan wmialists at a salary of layers IP the entire South- ,1 they are under the supervision .
'O\_< for five weeks, In advance. DeBvered whose magnitudee us little fel- par la'd toda will nake their appeara al Government, and its the staongest on ";,., to any part of the city by ." "
.l ,earner for 10 cents per week. lows fairly gasp and urgle and : ce here nKl Thursday right at tho T Safest Banking, > "

choke with d \ /unutterable emotion auditorium theatre In that great Best :Methods, -' '

\When Mr Bryan started out on his But he (thoroughly deserves his sensational play]based on reconstruction I. for i Up-to-date Service,

btiG_career a few vars ago, he had good fortune and all of us rejoice days and pe famous Ku-Klux- j I Liberal Treatment.

:4',fine head oi hair, Liprtils picture with him, for John Temple Is one of Klan. This pla U called "The WhiteCaps I I- Conservative Methods '
.
[" taken show those rare creations from which the / the i 51
In Atlanta/ rordas ago and Is ne that keeps
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that he'Is now a/full Initiate in the coarser elements have been omitted audience in / continual state of ex- i Always use the National Banks. They have pros I*:

., mighty army of baldheads. and whose fine/ 'mpatheUc qualities citcmcnt fr; the time the curta'u I 5L red.ln greater numbers than all other banking in-. |'J':
challenge neither \ hatred
vy nor
t goes up on he first act until it fallson stItutlOns. T ,

< Citrus. county remains "dry" by. an But we hare our\ears about this the last. i 1 Watch us our profits are now as large as f.}'
grow,
/ < overwhelming majority. The voters approaching experlen* of o ir high- The play deals with that celebrat- I 1'

there had seen th& county with souled warm-hearted, lens/ive Geor- ,' ed theme. \The Ka-Klux-Klan."i t, our capital was at our beginning. .'

.saloons and without hem, and with gia Journall for be Is go'g into the which has caused such a sensation I ;

that knowledge thelry&lnds, the lion's den. NeWor dill[ journalism i during this ce tury and is one that I I FIRST NATIONAL BANK

case was too plaurMryrrgument and is fiercely strenuous. And brutally I every patron pi the theatre Is anxious -, f .I'

Ktbey castheirbaUf4la to maintain inconsiderate. Itus ai bright as to see, for, not only does it

*1he existing shrtna The "blind tiger" polished eteel, and!as c uel. ft is appeal to evrry true Southerner but Live Oak Florida.VISIT :

fc. Is bad enough Xut as a source of allr give and tzVe wit out Inercy among' It satisfies all classes as it is full of I .

r things evil the open saloon makes it those s\andy' the Vine courtesyof good comedy that keeps the audiencein --$-$-$-$ ---'-dt-i .-5g --t--- .---t---H: .;!'

'look like a singed cat by comparison. a more provincial emironment- is continuaMaughter.
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conspicuously The entire scenery for this play is .

1< %Etock Mack, colored, under ;en- especially true of the attitude of carried by the company, as well as all ,I THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORTDOWLINQ "

'tenceS .death in Jacksonvji a for most of the metropolitan press toward the electrical effects, and Manager

. i criminal cult, announces that he the Hearst Ha4> 78, for Mr. \\illard promise! the best companyand PARKWU

__s has got relig1 n and i eure to go to Hearst has notionJxif his own and he plays that Bate ever been seen f

_; heaven, and yetha "Governor rePt is credited w h4i\Voonopoly of the here at popular prices. :
[ COAh UPON Tit SUV.ANNEE RIVER
prleves him for Vnlrty days. This yellow journalib of this countrj To Fashionable Kaudeville will be ,

1*J looks like crutf y\ Mack, for during hold his own In<""v tHa\crowd k Mr Graves given between acts, including the : Mineral.Springs i Hotel and Cotti'Q0sJ

his reprleye Te may Xpse his religion must put off hV/lne velvet skin apd latest moving pictures and illustrated

*" and go tXe other wayjyind It is cer- encase himseUIn a hide, and even songs.Prices. \ HOT AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. RL5I&'Alq" .
WATER IN EVERY ROOM. SL1.IAROTABlES.: TELEGRAPH AND
ttalnly cruelty to society, which is through thH h sharp thrusts of his for this engagement will be BOATt.tTSQATCO
HONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS.
much safer for the absence of Mack adtersarws 1I requently reach the 2oc. 3oc, 30c>> and 7c, and seats can '7 MILES FROM LIVE UKTEO LIVE OAK PtXV
REASONABLE
and all his kind.Invitations quick. And awnve all things, those now be secured at/ utter Bros. ___ h 4GULF. CONNECTION AT WITH ALL TUM

New Y&X won't stand for
papefs .\ special ladles/ 'and children's
PARK HOTEL DO\YLNG! PflRK. FLORlDfl.
hare been Issued for the "fine wrmag'VThey deride it with- ADDRESS '. 'KII'
be
will
matinee given on Saturday. r
weddihc of Miss realize that It is .
Sara Elizabeth our -mercy aLlhey _.
after which the world renownedSmalXst #
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Harris, daughter of Hon. and Mrs obsolete rVpirttopoh an journalismin
; Lilliputians,\ Captain George ..+++ -I"111111111 M 1111 il 11, I HI J 111 i I.H.i. 111II11111M .:
|\ Frank HarW of Opala. to Mr. Charles every Engljsh sXak\ng-- land. They iaibe and Miss Anna Nelson, will :I. Y

; HarrisonV.loyd, on Wednesday, abhor superlatives and gorgeous hold a reception to mpet all attending 1907 ; THE'I I J907
l November 6. Ke Florida press feels phrases and sonorous periods as also -r-r -
These artists will be seen at
'a special Inest TO this approaching mere tinsel and fustian to dazzle the r
every performance giving a change of Crescent
Pharmacy
\t marriage because iuStkllarris Is "one eyes anV tickle the ears of the comedy and musical) advanced vaudeville i ,

-;of us," X> to speak, byNdrtue of the groundlings, and we modestly sug- / +
Others that
specialties. plays
fact that she has been Tw a long gest that 5l{. Graves will do. well : I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. '
;. will be prt'sentea<< dare, a spectacular "Sl
.-UIacrthe city editor of the Ocala when" be ente* upon his new duties .
production of Fault as well as "Bus- ,fa
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x.inner.. to forget that tS is such an ad- I
jective as "Great'Xin re the English I ter Brown's Marrv/Two"Holiday," and "IleCouldn't j[ The Prescription: Drug Store.

Take. a tip +
It is good .to look away from the languag nd leave it and its degrees the
and secure tickets early and get .r-na+va .
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fins and sorrow of this wicked old behind him" Ulama. tie will have best \r' : .

orld; from the:crime and vice and need for all bis nerve a* well as hU ++ --

seifish sordid strivings: to stop wits as the leader of /the Hearst ",
forcA, for Is hard Having sold out by drug businesson It makes nqdifferent itmakesnodii.
reading the awful page of even one newspapers > jBiere I
account of health, ask all whc
ahead ruy Whom i whose :
ference
"day's history of the alleged civilized sterns work of iim in which i
owe me to pleasAto c me as soon as blankyourdoc.y iMankyonrdoeUor I
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"'an on this planet, and turn to th the flowers of spx>ch are as the tors %
possible andNoayltUFir accounts, as ? tor write*your ; writes TOUTprescription
3 jessed, sinless, fruftful soil and of children mert "eloquence" H I
serf I amHpusuoSm/all prrMriptiononneran : 4-s? oa
I am the outstanding .:::
tJlera despised, amPlne battle is to him r "
It
I the nonest there are dot + till them 611 theta
accounts] against the Live Oak + wecan :'
Let us mad /he following from whose wit can bite fjje dccpef. corrtttlj".
D"ug Co.. and gft off for a while for i : .
whose satire the Keenest, and
sting
t Starke TeWcAph and learn how : +
fly health Respectfully,
1 I whose logic hit the hardest. ; + -- '
1 better off fc the man who ha? :
W. II. BELLTryovDlSCRlfflNAlB..
. r |do with' ISldiAnd. 1 crops and sticks But we have faith in the fibre of ; 1+ J :

?IS job thati lose of ns who ar* the man from Georgia in his staying I 1 + .
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Ping tihu \ the tread mills.ini qualities, in his adaptability to new I
w .
II Where You Get Your Filled at
Prescriptions Correctly
n8 i and cities: conditions, and with his undoubted

'i ;1-')fr. A. D. Andrews, of Uaiford. talents and high ambition, we believe I YavA Reasonable Prices. .1:
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rho was In town a few days ago, told that he will, not disappoint hid ,J line Let 01 UII frrah fill Jour and reliable prescriptions goods and Bring sell your us your drug prescriptions store article to Lit We Wrcctly earn fill II wem eompIeU cor- ...

'' reporter for the Telegraph of thepleadidresults friends in his larger field of action. i i 'F+ at lowest prices. Phone as your order Prompt and reliable attention .

obtained this year bye He knows our Southern problems intimately : I HONE NO, atatoI

of hisifcoants" or "half-croppers" and he can and will do us I The Crescent Pharmacy c

vast good in putting them right before ,
jibe man, be Aid. bad already deliv- mac FvL

.".red to the &t.n\ I 00 worth of cot- millions of Northern readersThat $ LIVE OAK FLORIDA. : '
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tton and W uJ4 t fat least $300 will, be but a small part of his 1 :

"worth:< more"e-for the picking sea- work, but. he will not forget It, and I P. S.-Use "fletcher's 66" for Chills and Fever, No Cure, No Pi.JY-- : i
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".JOn end, d. From" his cotton alone he will tell those people much about i in. 'JI.
'the 'half'ezPzper" would make for us which they need to know. The lo the election of your personal effects, i n 111111111111 i 111111 n m lit till ;.n n H 11 ,tt
whether apparel or jewelry
will
whole South will feel an Interest in yon
himself $600. Is to
Thb. equal a appreciate the ULTRA EXCLCSIVEKXSS of
";alary of $50 per month, but the man John Temple Graves In New York

'has made other crops, so that his newspaper life for he stands for the I THE PARty TICKETS--f

"'.-"I"year's work will net him somethinglike bet that is in us; be is our ambassador !

at a great court, and we alii;'
? $900 or $75 per month. This is I HOWARDWATCH

/ more than the average salary paid to most heavily hope that he may increase 4 r live Oak t. D. 'nl Park on sale daily +ta

:-:* bright young men employed In offT in fair repute and usefulness, 'I I II ** rate of SO cents round trip with .41:: .

flees and stores, and the man -gho hold his own with the best of them, I ,4_I4 '++4 Minimum of ten: fares Call on e}{}} .

made the crop could not. have made and 'write.;bii saute too deep for, .' t','111.111\, I I I I I I uad Agent: Phone 152 for. ,t' 'IIIi'' +
above $30 per month wording for erasure-In tke'r= journalism of the Let models us present for the newest .......1111+t"I\, I t II further informatit n. ,.u..:till: I i- 4;.:
great metropolis. your Inspection .
.,.wages. He Is a negro and could have i
3 We all other makes -- ;
r 4 found employment only as a common I carry -- ------

laborer. This Incident gives some 'The English cotton spinners recently also Our Repair Department *>>>>'t-Y"' w-t-.

Idea of the possibilities of farming in In Atlanta, saifl. In Chicago I VA/E SELL NOTHING EXCEPT
I that If gxow rs attpfapt to ts complete. Call and see us.
Florida, and. if"many of the young : American
:Health: and Insurance.
prurl" I Accident.
i men who ire. eking out an existencein make "abno tnal lor cotton

the towns. of this and other states tee foreign ma u/acturoft will" be RADFORDThe Annual.:Semi-Annnal, Quarterly or Monthly Prem vms.

would settle up our idle lands and forced to po elsewfcerirfor their taw Y & McCWEN; Genera! Agents LIVE OAK, ftVWe j

a, 'become producers: they would, bo material. That pro osition is all t Jeweler .- need a few more good Agents forth Florida. tf,:

loch better ot." right. The Southern farmer doesn't i LIVE OAK. FtA ........e..i.atiii..i ee.

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1 Graham BU k'returnep from., JacksoQTille Col. Robersok went to Madison I I The Live Oak Drug Co. is under
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yesterday., ,' this morning ,ov /die Seaboard. He Jor Sale :.new management and the patronage
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oJ will visit Tallalias e also before re ;j i of all old customers Is well as new The Doctor J

)v.1.. > tVhatley of Ro burg, Is turning. *
.. .; ,;; -- -- ones is I respectfulljf solicited. A
\V}dS ding today. complete [stock wJh ie carried, and

) SEWING MACHINE FOR, SALE- We offer at a bargain, we will kppreclzte share of the Knows

\ f rilliams, of Ellaville.was, on Singer used only about three weeks: six, room cottage with trade of I3Ue/6aJr and Suwannee

'Jf\t1rets 'este daY. a bargain: must sell. R. W. Price's modern
store conveniences, on county. Prescription work given ., ,
d-oct21-6t south Ohio Most careful atten on. Live Oak Drug Co. I'
J. BucbananV went to Dowling avenue.
Miss Myrtle Wade, Proprietor d2-wl than anybody 'e
"- Park today on bl aesa. Miss HattIe\Ue Smith, who has desirable residence section I BETTER what to do in iDn -4;.

.... been t visiting hi brother Charles of the city. If you are \,<
MANY WAIT TOO LONG. often knows how to pm_
Dr. White went A to O'Brien this Smith, returned niday to her homeat contemplating purchasinga I M little troubles from develop.

morning to see f p tieut.CT. Jasper / ing into serious affairs. ....'....4
home in Live Oak I
-- : come Says This Iftme-Made, Helpful Mix

.. ) Meeks, of Peacock,. was a Mr. and MrKyLTT A. Duncan, of up to our office and let: ture Shtftild Be fed Promptly. ur 11C',doe not have to he guess and
experiment-if is a good
\Jf .. in town yesterday. Lake wh
r City have been visiting show this '
us you place.EDWARDSREALTY I A well-knWn authority states that doctor and knows his business. ?
Col. Lee's faflly, left this morning I > 'k
Bishop Mascm.Mtf Jasper, came In for Jacksonville. Backache and alns in the loins arc ITJC better U
11 J A LOTS doctor Wig:
this morning on) ness. I only too often jhe danger signals
your prescriptions here.
Dr. L. CRater returned from [ GO. which notify tTe patient that something .
B. W Hel Jon went to Mayot Madison jesyrday afternoon, where '
I is wron/ with the Kidneys, andwarns --
morning 01 isiness. lie has bee /for he last day or so on
I Lewin every V ne to he careful, particularly
professional .business.F Building, Room 3.
M. L. BurnettNand W.> A. Sessions 1 at UiU period of the year, Suwannees

went to Port Tampa this morning. L! W Iter. Amtrkctor and builder Phone No. 44., when the skin B res are closed, forc-

of Well orn, vu/n the city yesterday ing the Kidn 'S to do double their
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J 91B4it n,\O j S L1I and\lacelWm order with us JUST RECEIVED ATTHE' I work of filteri g the impurities and Drug Company=:

vf'.Oki for a\Siw".a" 8ILh' for some Job p nting.Just i i poisons from th blood and system.
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A. W. Taylor, ol/Galnesville, wasa arrived and for sale 25 boxesof New line Voil skirts. : rain In the region of the Kidneys, o!*

guest of'the EtbllVptel/ yesterday. Florida oranges In good shape and New line latest shaped corsets. weakness and Urinary trouble, the

at the right prices at the Live OakBrokerage New line silk, lace, dress trimmings in following slmpl home recipe shouldbe

Ret. C.: A. Rl&texfand Dr. Caswell & Commission Co. 212tA braid, lace vands, applique, dress used. Any ore can,easily preparr
went out squirrel unUng this morn- goods. it- I Red Band Bra

ing. / party dt yowng people from Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. Fluid Extract\Danelln, one-ha'f

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Dr, C. S. Brow njde a professional possum hunt FiWay\jlght. They reported --_ __ ounce; Compoun Syrup Sarsaparilla. :,

visit to Dowlin Park this morn- no 'poaCum. but** very enjoy We have sic hen of mules, n two three ounces. Take a teaspoonfr1after ChocolatesThe

Ing. able time. / each meal end at bedtime.
And h&rne4"
wagons >, flH, one log

Clark Neal, of freer, who has cart for sW. AciAi' v ting to buy,I Any good prescription pharmacy j
Deputy Sheriff Bryan rounded upa orVme I will supply these /hree ingredients at .
call
on ITak -
relurned home today Brokerage<<:
been visiting here
number of gambl\rs at Porter &, Commission&f for prices and small cost, \vhiclj can easily be mixed

c Station Sunday moral g and they are terms. by shaking well In a bottle. Few pea best made a1

now in jail await tnal he names ple seem to know* the value of these
See Da ls,Grocery- Co. for Western
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: given by uie paftiesyrested were: common remedlej in the treatment of 15c and30olbt
andTFlorlda beef. Mutton and Pork Vflst if. Avery unfortunate affair -
., Warren Edwxrjra, A2y Brooks, the kidneys. This simple prescription -

kept on hand dally. 21-2t Castor, Joe Harvey, Mose Smith and that came near being a fatal one oc- when taker as directed, will

Arthur Johnson. curred last night when Will Kennedytok regulate the urine, clear up and re-
f Capt.. D. C. Gefgle, of Mayo, passed ;
to Pensacola an overd.se of laudanum. Soon move sediment/overcome back pains Agents For Lowneys |
( through.on. J" way Mrs. J. C. Balls would like to get and cleanse th'e entire kidney struc- =
\ after he took the dose members of the
today. ( any kind of sewing to do. Prices
discovered ture, correcting bladder troubles In
family and medical aid
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reasonable. Residence, Houston st, little while.
Vassar Lowe, of\ ernandina, is summoned. Dr. I Brown and Dr. Just a
four doors below residence of W. H.
here for a ,few wee \ visit to his Price worlved\ for fcometlme to counteract
Bell. oct 21-2t
family. f' the effectslo the poison, and FOR SALE-Forty acres of the hA. BijijK & fWSC.
In our report yesterday of the succeeded in fcavfn; hs life Reportsare choicest tobacco and In Gadsden Co.

', Harry C. LeeNrei>resenting the children's servicet the Methodist conflicting a o whether or not 23 acres cleare \ well watered by

1 Gulf Refining Comply of Tampa, Is ciiurch, by overafeht we failed to the dose wasyCaRen accidentally or running streaYn, \ all under fence, .. J"

a business visitor In tbe city today. mention the EQTo\Above the Bright with knowledge jbf the contents of the small dwellinAh&u situated on
1 t C COOK Manag'I
Blue," by Mbfe Caine Hanklns. We bottle Will's many friends were public road, o icSsifle from the courthouse I
and Ow'I
.. toAet mak \mention of it much grieved to hear of the J\ rfom i
Mr. Rubensteln\ant up to Quit- are glad occur* ; mue city limit, the

: man, Ga., via Jas djr, Sunday in an because th/ effect with which she ence. and were glad to know that his prettiest sifcrfo/ small tobacco and \
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that sh /was entitled to more than a clerk in the pos.office here and is p Mr!! in '" nett 10 days .\ddrE'ssT. I LmIIOffiYANnl

. ; z._ t. .:.*"J. II. Quartefmaft. of Dowling passing notice. a very efficient and valued attache. D. Ellis, Quincy. Fla dlt-wlt I ....a this csugh a,.d a..ale ,

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"fi i:. 1:. Beat retjrned this morning I BETTER GOODS FOR SAWE.MONEY. Emporium Store iNe WS. SAME GJ09SFDR LESS UC

from Albany, \'here be has been i

i visiting his parekta. w TUESDAY OCTOBER Z2, 1907. .. L. N ICTRV/WD, Proprietor. PHONE 159. FREE DEL
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morning from cX-sia. where she has --- Just secured a few nobby silk j i ijuniHr There is one thing sure- skilled workmen In the" ,

11 Ora visiting celalfvcs. We hate just received b> express cults, manufacturer's samples' every school child will need a pair and best; manufacturing plant,

a sample line of Mines' Skirts at a price. I of shot*. \\e anticipated their the country where only

R. L. ThomVo*. of the Mayo Free Panama cloth In brown, blue, garnet Small plaids In black and white wants and are ready for the rush highest grade of ladles' shoer .
with the best S..h. >l Mio ., I produced
Press Is In tow today and made theDemocrat and black, only one of a style. b'ue and white, one of a style. Made K that They are superior

a plp nt call Beautifully tailored, some with of excellent quality silk. are made every respect to any shoe sold W

silk folds. Lengths run from 32 to For quick clearance we offer We guarantee our shool shoes day at the same price.

JordanNof Park, 39 Inches. Prices $2.50 to $7.00 to do a full measure of duty. "U1tr shoes
C. R. Dowling these beautiful suits at $9.98 to $3.00, $Uf' +

passed through tCs morning en routes Small ladies can now secure a $1298 Cheaper than material alone We are experts In fitting child and $14)0 Ox/ords. $ .50. $lH+ '

different poi/18in Georgia. handsome skirt at a very reasonable would cost. Come early, for they will rE'n's. feet Excellent line of Infant and $3.50: .f'"ILTUV :'
before the best oft soles and turn shoes .
Come early
price. move rapidly at prices we offer ; j--t tare
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lor F. W. KlngV Co., Jacksonville, ,.. .)'... 1\ I GLOV"KS. fl.I

tilling:: on Merchants today.W. /'f H I ----
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prominent contractor -
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ek; and tans at 350. game
and bdHder of Mayo, U I
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rv..f I i 16-tmtton Mllanse silk gloves

s ,f =itRobert Giles a resigned his posl- p I Watk and white, at $1.50. All

v "1 L With the U/a Oak Bottling a ":-, J! I skades of tan and brown $2.00.
r JToria, and will gff Tampa to work. -\'I.4\
0 ., t' I .: IC-button Lisle, black and

'r L hot 1 white, at $1.%S. All kinds of
LO3T one-bundred-thousand-
-ily i1 a
tidlar club turf pin. It Is a gold ,4:1 I: : ,, SIIOI.S FOU L\niES..1! short gloves, kid silk and Us',!
iaL.S. .a. ci 3 .R e- : .\, Are proving the most satisfactory *
Thousand ; i' Sic to $1.25.
qeWriel face pin with 100 > l W1f', t' I
\ s : i ladies' !\tOE'S that can be had re- Ii
I, C.. S, E." on tt. Finder ;, ,Vre" are in the lead la Ji
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will always health. What Is more to a man
Ii i yon haseJ00d money In the world can't make
I than good BaHrd' Snow Liniment
,. i where health Is unknown *
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tii Rheumatism. Cuts, Burns, Sprains Neunlzte.One .
CURE Sores, Stiff Joints Contracted Muscles Lame
Back and all the Ills that Flesh is Heir to.

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The Standard Commercial Shorthand
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Lake City, Utah. writes; I cannot
J. G. Scott Bait
It College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for too highly praise your Ballard'a Snow JLiniment for
all graduates. the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your
Ballard's horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.
I Those used together defy all. pain

$40 $50CH$75PS: $90WRITE i GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 25c SOc, $1.00


Ballard Snow Liniment Co. '

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FOR FREE CATALOGUE AND SPKCUL CIRCULARS. 1
T Ti ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.

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Corner Ohio Avenue and ('onrer Street : Sold and Recommended by

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President and Proprietor LIVE OAI{, FLA I'rrncfl.al. j Suwannee Drug Company.Now .


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h Hello Mame. I t lught youremnant got I I Live Oak M'f'g. Co.

teen yards of rl- Jamestown Exposition
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*So I did, byCtheVlooralker pen- Manufacturers of
allied me te/yards fV slugging.

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Henry E. Jones, of Tampa Fla., Power and Turpentine.Electric
writes: "1 can thank God for my pre- War Path, :=: Air Ship, :=: Naval Display,
nt health, due to Foley's Kidney Lights in any part of the city furnished for

"Cart..J i tried doctors and all kinds Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. will interest and instruct you. Do not
,,of kidney cure but nothing done me
much| good till I took Foley's Kidney Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing fail to go at once. For beautifully illus-

Care; Four bottles cured me, and i purposes. trated folder containing maps, discrip-

/:'.leave eo more pain in my back and Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to
shoulders. I am 62 years old, and .
is nffered long, but thanks to Foley's cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.

(,. Kidney Cure I am well and can FRANK C. BOYLSTON
We will
give you good prices on low grade ceiling and ,
i walk and enjoy myself. It is a
pleasure, to recommend it to those I flooring. Come and get our prices.
ing a kidney medicine. City District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
"PLtrmacy. oct-dw Wanted Her Pay. It must ha\e Vorried Eve a lot not

Unattractive VaidenAunt-Good* to know what ind of people moved
; What\She Uiw Doing. by, Jottie. ComVsoojr again I hope into her vaca t lome' in Eden ATLANTIC COAST LINE

A' "So you are\ linR stories," said jou'll forgive mfl/not kissing you ,
the friend. bat I have an ay lVpldJottie Take something now and then to

"Not exactlyJf angered the cynical (aged sil- 'ever mind. Do help the stomach. Kodol will do this THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.MMIMIIilinMMHMMIM.
litertteur / kiss aufUie. MothVr It is a combination of natural digest-
: 1 m merely furnishing a me said she'd
tala am Int of textVto keep the give me Jf\e cents If I\l let you.Foley's .-; ants and vegetable acids and contains
\ the same juices found in healthy .
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I Kidney Cure will cure any digests what you eat Sold by Live H
A Criminal Attack case of kidney trouble that is not be- Oak Drug Co oct-dw'
yond medical aid. City Pharmacy SEABOARD
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oct-dw Pride has a man from
kI fly made in that apparently use-
,bending overja enough to pick up
'{ ttle tube called the "appendix. T(x LJ'..,..lml ti('. .the success that liy at his feet Airline
I nerally the result of protracted Railway.

i i : tlon following liver torpor. "1 'suppose," "\ v lured, "that iH'Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pillrelieve s
New Life Pills you would never swak to me againif
; 8 regulate
backache weak kidneys, and Savannah Columbia
Camden Southern Pines
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aver prevent appendicitis, and I were to kiss/ ou," ,
inflammation of the bladder So'dbe
Richmond
bUlb regular habits of the bowels Oh, Georejr: she exclaimed, 'why Live Oak Co. Raleigh, Washington, Baltimore,
Drug oct-dw
at Barclay & Groover drug don't you par OUT the hamid of always Philadelphia and New York.
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re. oct-dw look,/ng at the worst side of The way sow en talk they must h

things'"--Tit-Bits, think a goody lC is one who will M TWO\ ELEOflNT TRfllNS DfllLY"Seaboard I
Heaven loses a t of settlers be- them smoke in th? house
grse of the w s ImmigrationXo If you take IeWitt's Kidney and
act. Bladder Pills you will got promlt IX'Witt's Carbonized Witch Hazel Express Seaboard Mail
relief from backache, weak kidneys Salve I
> good for little burns and big
,Xo home is so pleasant regarJof Inflammation of the bladder and burns, small scratches or bruises and .- __ u_ ____ __ _h ___ _

of the comforts that money sillw urinary trouble A week's treatment -J! big ones.' Sold bj Live Oak Dru Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
for 23!; cents Sold by Live Oak I
as when the entire family is in Company. 6ct- greet health. A bottle of Orino Drug Co. oct-dw' -- -- ---- -- --
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rative Fruit Syrup costs 20 cents. Love could probably make fasterheadway
: It takes somo/olks a long while to women The Jamestown Line
ft will cure every member of tie I if didn't have *o Exposition
family of constipation sick head- realize that myrUage is not a pair of many pins aboxf their clothes
shears withfhic\ to clip Loves NORFOLK, VA.
.[jibe or stomach trouble. City Phar-
", octdwThe wings. A Card. j Excursion
-1. Tickets on Sole Daily
This Is to certify that all druggists I ,
Out of Sight. i
t more a c onatel a woman are authorized to refund your moneyif For lull information
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greets >ou the irorse the things she "Out of sight, out of mind" is! an Foley's Honey and Tar fail to I I of aboard, or write, Sleeper reservations call on any agent
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i probably said herv she saw. you comic -. old saving which applies with special !cure your cough or cold. It stops S. C COYLSTO Jr A!\;iL GenL Pass.Accnt, Jacksonville. Fla.
*. force to a sore, burn or wound that's the cough, heals the lungs and prevents -
been treated with Bucklen's Arnica serious results from a cold
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ennedy'. Laxative Cough Syrup Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind Cures la grippe cough and prevents --. ------ .-- -
[safe, sure and prompt remedy fort I and out of existence Files too and 'pneumonia and consumption. Con Have you anything to sell? Do you want to buy?
ths and colds and is good for chilblains disappear under its healing I tains no opiates. The genuine is In Have you "lost" or "found" anything?
it member of the family. Sold by influence. Guaranteed by Barclay & i a yellow package Refuse substitutes
lioak, Drug Co. oct-dw 1' Groover druggists. 25c. oct-dw I City Pharmacy. oct-dw I An 'ads in the Daily will meet your demends.


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Author .Zi lilsearch Satlcfact rf copy y. )-How !, Live Oak & Gulf R. R. Co.

ne J rOOT fs Sn ? heCOlnpar .:Jon much farther \BidCeford? Perry

Hodgekins \ fi see a moilstone ,

about a moil on. The Mineral Springs RouteWWTBOCWD -

Author-Ab/ now\oppose I can't
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Ir 8rMNII...... Hodgeki* Then it'll fust suit 'eve, Zd au I nUT CUll !'('UF.nlrlE 1! flU CUll Class
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for on
thereYnowt Philadelphia Frt Prt Fn.rtI\: IFtt
? s it Ledger. and f and ;Pass Pass Pasa Pass AU G. 18, Pass P_ Paso Pass Pais and land
Pas, Pass td 190'I 16Rf8A .

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Napoleon Bonaparte MIA.M A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M !A.MIA.MIaily P.'" P.M P.M P.M1P.M
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he was the greatest Leader in the : only only only Sun onl. Sn, rue only tnly only S.ndayLniL
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I world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has "' -
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shown the public it is the best Lini- 21" 511 ... .......StarT..... .10O611.10 553 842 00 13S
1110111 35 1211 a :2 5 t: ...Mf'I"ffr. 100111 2S 663 837 S 55, I na
ment in the world. A quick cure for U 11 40': 113w 22' 524 ,I.. .. ..... Platt.i! 5* 11 22 6 60 I 34 S 50 5:1i:
Rheumatism 8 3011 So 9 15: 11 : 635 ; ....Lancante _. ..... 9 ...111% 5 C2 a 25 S 35, : ::
Sprains Burns, Cuts, 1 I
etc. A C. Pitts, Rodessa, La., too 1% 25 9 2511 51 4 pp 540 S 351.. .'. Dowling Park ... ': 9 4 11 05 : I' 5 3. 1118 S 15, S"

says: Oatl2 ........ .. .... .' ;
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1 use Balland's Snow Liniment in 11012 93612 10 I ...Mayo lunctI011..... '
my 4 11 6 fit; ; 9 JIG 511 Z 011 lIS 800 300$06 1
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whose and and 4 1 00 20 10 4i 511 Z aS'
people pride name i family and find it unexcelled for sore 201 9 47 420 so:; ...... ...5110..... ... ., 9 13 10 40 5011 ass

have chest headache, corns, in fact for t 40'( 9 i4 4' 10 I I.. .......Townsend-... .. .. 9 10 sa 51 2 40,
[pride in product goes into their stationery I' 00 10 14 445 II %8. .smlth. .. 8 4. 10 14 4 43 Z 231!
10 2u :u S 01 6 4'; -Fenholleway 829 9 66 425 t
anything that be 071
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referred Coupon [irrespective price liniment. Sold by Suwannee Drug 10 55 W 5 30 7 12 namrtoR _finis! .1 S 05 9 30 00' 1 30'

)ver fifteen years. Co. oct-dw MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH


Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow careful H lieu I P.M'LYe ,' P.M Lve I I I ,P.M Lve P'M AI' P.M Ari12
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methods that make for firmness and perminance are Mrs. New>d ( bbing) Oh, __I 32 _1 10-_1__( S 4a1 I" ...Mayo Junction..... s t 55

> Its beautiful J-John! The c-o t (fas e-eaten all the % 112 20 I I S bal: ... .... .. [),oIL..... .. .- P.j 1 51 2 4.Ii .
till used in making (Up) [ P IP(6)10( ) 11 112 as I! 6 02 .Fetersow_ 7 44 2

color and texture, its remarkable toughness and erac- angel cake I b-b/THl this ra-raornins- III-jI2 I 3S;, I I so':J :::.:: .::.._Mayo:....:::: :::. 7 "'iA.Mt.M :

make it only distinctive -but the de Boo-h-o-o! -11 %4&l1' 6 17' ..............Alton.............. T 2 11
ing qualities a paper A.M P.M P.M P.M P.M A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.M P.M
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nc. Write your letters so that they will compel a read- cry, buy you another cat sun 'UD (Only Only Only Sun Only, Sun On y Only Only Only Sun aD .
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tomorrows Chicago News. I Is
ig-write them on 311T1(3! 2 12 14 6 16 4 8


Let We Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and

@lW @OO OO@ {Q) forget-Baby is restless, can't slep at call Atlantic on any Coast ticket Line.agent.For further information as to schedules and connections

night won't eat, cries spasmodically.
.1. LEE ENSIGN, President. R. P. HOPKINS. Traffic Manager.
to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing A bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge

of.ourhouse costs I never fails to cure. Every mother
(QiyJlpy/lj\J) ( li/vQlllvllB) I
no more than :9 : other should give her baby White's Cream FLORIDA RAILWAYTime

good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve
I Vermifuge. So many times when I

you as well- i the baby is pale and fretful, the Table No. 20

I The CJUPOS BOND-book showing American Writing Paper: Co. j I mother does not know what to do. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. M., 1907.

wtu wvurhu''finuhaaaivl colors i! A bottle of this medicine would bring
aaJ kwr ftn-ly: the parr pants will bMt SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
r.u with DM rtameof local printlatrgea j Manufacturers of the Commmial color to his cheeks and laughter to
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the \ "urllr
Paper READ DOWN. CENTRAL TIVE. READ UP
ot .< write tu on your buiuteu let j his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by
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MASS. i! Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw No. 3 IN...L No. 2. | No. 4
VlixedFglDaily I Local
and I STATION I M.all l Freight
Except I EXI reps. E nSSvDady( Ex
A IH'siml Mi>tt Gangs Daily. fgpt Sun
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'Is there not." asked the prison TO.) oS m1 4 M p m Lv..___._,.??."_.five Omk.._,........ ..__.Ar. 10 :W a mi5 40 p rat
PROFESSIONAL CAUDS. LATEST \ 41 LT___._... _____ L.. ;
I NEW ORIGINAL 1JI a m 4 p m PoH-r 10 30 a m 20 Pm
visitor, "soim line o / two from th-s 7 O a", 4 Sv; p m Lv...___.._.._....I shier.-.....___._..Lve I 10 ZO a m 4 W pm440pm I
thaTVmld / 7 5.. a m' 5 OK p m Lv. _.__._ .._... Iarkland......_.__.Lv. 10 It a m
Bible helpful to jou? Z. a m 5 19 r mArS ._._......... ...... ,flmarthWHmarth_._. .. ... _._ JO 00 a m 425 p at I
DIXON Picture Postcards Something thjtyvuld serve'as a shib- '10 lIB a m, 2t> p m Lv._.._......... .._.._.... ..__...._.Ar.l .7 a n. 4 20 pm
M. I i ::0""e a III' 5 24 m Lv......_ ..._...........Suw.nneki\rr_..... ..._...LvV .l 9 55 am. 15
I oleth.. a motU? -"Yes," interrupted 19 14 a ml S 30 p p m,L.............__.... ...........Norwood...... ._............._........L.. 94S a m I 4 00 p pm DI "
Any View Anywhere :0 25 a m m Ar... ........ ..... ..Mayo-.... ?..... .... ... .Lv.' 36 am 1 4n pm
i the convicyvagerV ; 'there is or.e 11 '5 a in m,Lv___.__ ... .... ...Mayo........... ..._....?...??.Ar 9 37 a m 140 pm '
DENTIST. Made 11 28 a m I m.Lv- ......... ..... San I'edr_.... .._... .._.._?..Lv. f 3tt a m!1 30 pm
to Order For motto I'jnike to taV could only 11 36 a m'' m m,Lve _._... i 01 Salt Road......f.............. Lv.I JS a m t St p m
BRIDGE 12 00 ... .... AtkoM... ..... ....... .... .Lv.Charlton. 9 Oil a m 300
CROWN AND : Half A : m ? pm
KODOSTU, : : I Cent Each live u o it." 12 1* p m in|lv* ..-** ..... .... ..................Lv i f OOa mMam 225 pmt
Copied from photograph lash m m*LvSS .._........... ..... ..keene........ :.. .... .. ........LvFenhollowsy .I 8 30
SPECIALTIES. any or print forwarded p pmt
WORK : I I And what is that 12 :*> p m II p". Lv._..........-.... ............ ......... ........._........I.v S 45 am 20 p m
to us with the order. Name of party orderingwill .... .....
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be imprinted on each card as publisher with "We are here today and gone tomorrow 1 06 p m m 6 6 M 41> p pnAr m I =:::::::::::::: .::-:::::. .Perry...::.::.:: ?:.:..:::::: .. Lv.I:, 8 30 a a m m 1 fOpm 40 p m

E. BROOME, address Postcards reproduced and delivered I .' "Baltimore Sun.A :
within 10 day from receipt of order copy and Luraville Branch
description of acene-fot which a maximum of SO
words !. all.wed. Photosimlle and Thototype Mot.t Worthy Article. Between I.urnillf' anti Wilmarth.

TTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. Illustrated Specimen Sheets nailed without West Last
When an article has been on the I I
charge in return for name and address of party Round. Round.S .
LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. requestingpecimens..write kind of market for years and gains friends 30 amlLv -Ar.lj 2i
State. Specil Picture Postcard business on any a 8 60 a m\ =:==--===::::::::::. r"u:::: :::: : : : ... Lv|9 05 a s:
1 prartic ia all the court of the or your stationery. 100 evedy year it is safe to call this me- --- -- -.-- ---
.atMatioa given to Conveyance Collection per cent to 230 per cent PROFIT Taking Ordersand
Relic. Et.e. All business promptly attend- "AMERICAN"(Trade Mark]LOCAL dicine a worthy one. Such is Bal Alton Branch
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NOTAXT PUBLIC STATE AT LAKCK. VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One Exclun.vt I lard's llorehound Syrup. It positively Ilet\\ecn Ma.\o and Alton.
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Wholesale Distributor and Manufacturers' Agent I
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[Photographer. Dealer.Jobber Local Newspaper cures coughs and all Pulmonary I East I I West
Bound. Bound.
Publisher or Printer [WANTED in every city diseases. One of the best known .. .. ,, .
10 40 a na.Lv Mac Ar. I 11
R. j. w. WEST town and. rillaet. LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CONTRACT merchants in Mobile Ala., says: 10 5u a mAr i :::::::::::::::::...::.::.:.:: ::.:...:::.::::::.. =............... ..:...=..:..:_:.:::::..Lv.: I 111 41 0 a am m
Write far terms. TEN handsome Ark
Physician and Surgeon. ansas Photosimil and Phototype Picture Post "For five years my family las not Trams whrduled to cnr.nett with Seaboard Air Lire wept btcrd and Atlantic Coai-t Line northbound
at Live Oak. For information retarding: rates ctbedules and connections apply to
cards will be sent to any address on receipt of '
been troubled with the winter coughswe T. P. AuTos Superintendent .'. P. WOODWARD.U. F. 4V P. AWE
B: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. FIVE[:!c.J STAMPS. "'I
this to liallard' Horehoun
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Residency at Eth Hotel.. Photocolortypc CompanyNot
Inc. Reproductions for Any Purpose by Any S> nip. 1 know it has saved my children
:Bc.No. 168.
R.i
Dna Stir (Barclay.Jk Grower) No 16. 337 Dearborn St. Chicago. 'Phone Suwannce Drug Co. oct-dw j

Harrison 4691. --- ----
Grain Flour Meal Coffee
Rice
|13ao n. F. E. THOSASON Hay, Sugar, .
Thl of Nu ie.
>ROWN & THOMASON, Makers graph. o Calenders.;P>cture Pfettcards.Pictures fur ColorphotoStere..g-Newspaper Art !I ''I went iV n'.iiratiun the o era last nintht." Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can

Supplements. Magazine Covers, Inserts for What did\Vbear*" Goods Paper Bags etc. in sto k. r
trons d. Luxe. Pictures for Framing. Art FAn-I ,

i PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS or repr'rfuciijns f ..any purpose, in any That MrsirW>wning U going to Will keep on hand most of the winter, Apples,
from lOuO Wfor l-7t
rates.
up. get divor : Biggs has the
Banannas Lemons and
: I Grapes, Oranges.We .

LOA[. : : ILOKIUA dearest d / and a n baby and the have on hand now several cars of flour
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Muttons ire
going to wve in India

WALL PAPER CHINO! I -Hart *T's Weekly. and cash.can make you some close prices this week for



Julio Caesar. When in need of anything in our line call on or :

j When in need of nice wall pa- of but sickness left
was a man nerve for
Fruil
Laxative Syrup I write us prices.Thanking .
its mark and he became aged before
call on U. H. PETTY, at our customers for past patronage and
his time. SkknobS is often cannedkby ,

ClINTON & MtlK'S MARKET.L. Pleasant to take l a torpid liver. Herbine will regulate soliciting a share of your future orders. s

The new laxative. Does your liver and give you health.I We are '

A. t'lt\\H"Olm. I Mrs. Carrie Austin Hollon, Kansas

rt'BLlC STENOGRAPHER, not gripe or nauseate. I writes: "I consider Herbine the best Commission
Live Oak Co.
omce Upstairs, Cures stomach and liver medicine I ever heard of. I am never Brokerage

O U.. without it." Sold by Suwannee Drug
Rank Building troubles and chronic con- I

IVEOAK, -:- .:. FLORIDA. the Co. oct-dw .< OLD A. C. L. FREICHT DEPOT 9 '
stipation by restoring !


T. J. LYLE natural action of the stomach i ij j A IHc OinVrvmv.tnj Visttnp Mtrchanta are Cordially invited to nuke our /headquarters .

whit: in the city.1iiejhe .
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1' part I cant see the difference
liver and bowels.
Practical iVw pen gantkding and specu- ;
Rtfusa .ub tltut(>". Price 6Oo. v f t
lating b> b \rig yr selling things on
HCHMAKER
AND JEWELER --- --- ---- - a margin best Brick in tf tate. F

*5 )Q.f'. experience In most cases consumption results
"There is a bip iaerence. A man
I tock of Watches always hand. from a neglected or Improperly i :
on who gambluf has aNurtain number f
IT'S MADE BY
rratcj cojd. Toley's Honey and Tar I
E i of chances &ut of a thouVn.l to win'
Lures the most obstinate coughs and


WON PRESSING CLUB prevents\ou no more serious than results.the unknown It costs preparations i -Chicago Record-Herald The Callahan Brick Co., caiiahan.Fia.


and you should insist upon DeWltt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel -

f yet work on short noticd. hating the genuine in the yellow Pills. Sold by Lire Oak Drag Con- j

St. : : : Phone 222 package. City Pharmacy. oct-dw I I pany. oct-dw W. H. Goodbread, Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l Agt for Live Oak.54w .






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.. S THE gUWANKEB DEMOCRAT, TUE,DAY. OCTOBER .S2, 1907

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J. B. BARTON,. President. ::;
I H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance Com.
.. E. J. BLUME, 1st VicepresidentD. ARNOLD P. MJCKLER, Cashier.Capital ,
I L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President.
$100,000.00" I'
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and Stockholders Liability, -

THE CITIZENS' BANK OF LIVE OAK, ,


A Bank: of Stability. We Solicit Your Business. '.1,

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'<- find that the knowledge that you're wearing


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ML + cotton, will be worth something to you


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Ill+ ; WINTER[ !IS COflING!
| Bread Rolls Pies and Cakes I J I IIII .. \:.

and ajl the product of a first-clas bakery. II f i;) ; \ HO ARE YOU FIXED FOR CLOTHINI
Fresh Every Day. Courteous treatment '
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will be accorded all. Your patronage solicited r 1 I 0 _,...'. <3: -- -_ 0 -_ ___ __
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I fl ;. have bought a better line of clothing for Men,
RUBENSTEIN.
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Proprietor. 1111) :_I t6,;, ;t} i Young Men and boys, than ever before. All the latest
shades of
t :: '. browns, grays and mixed.
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i : Do you believe in Physical Culture? Then let cs
Good Ma""onic Meeting. the (ulh.!>extent a free and Barrett Lodge \o.I::. F &. .\. M ,chat. the brethren departed for th.ir 'In
met at their. hall last night and until homes, and we believe most. it not '! II I \ : The Lawrences' Model Made Clothing.

about ten o'clock wereer\ busy with,alt of them, with a, new revolution J J'1:1 They fit like tailor made garments. .
'in .their hearts to hJreat'r
There were betweenthirty get moreof 2IJI
dt'gree'ork.
and forty 1.persons in attendance '-. the personal benefits r and blessings IJI :' \ .i-i J : We have a strong line of Youths and Boys suits,
aoong whom *were a few- toTbe. /erive4 fro /the noble lessons "w ; 'E, made good and strong for wear.
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rlsitors |Tha meeflng was highly Interesting and.social/iiteryour e afforded in
Take
an Vstnictive throughout. these mg/tings. I a look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they'areU
After thl \/C thX evening hadbeen fine.
I The follow injylTsiting Masons: w't'ft'I ':. '
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ire body repaired -
finished. theX ;b--
I J. I Wallace'o 13. \\ell- "
present: lib t
to the Big P ur r'staurantbt'r J. ar_ ..O& _: COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU.
they enjoj-pjt 3n oyster supper that had \born Fla.: S \ edbetier i'ike

the been prepared Every afforded oneentered and made 'I Road.\ .: J l.odg0., L. Sanders.. 204 Jr.Pike. niark\ile Uoalla } GENTSFURNISHER.
opportunity
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the occasion one of the most pleas dNo. ti3, South Carolina: C W m S J WIHTEWe
..,_ ing social hours that it has been our lr\in. Dig Springs, Texas .
the will meet for
privilege to attend for "omt'.. tfme.t Tonight' Chapter 0
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