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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 23, 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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f LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT"N1 1









VOL. II. No 199. LIVE OAK FLORIDA W.J) "F. m.\Y, OCTOBER 23, 1907. TEN CENTS' A WEEK.


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A GREAT DEMONSTRATION 1 STANZA 1 1t !! ALL BUSINESS TREMBLED ,



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l1UTT.SOi.jOES WILD OVER r TilE KNICKERBOCKER TRUST
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Ni. (irratas' like Jam that Crowds I Secretary of Treasury Is Investigating

Urn- Warned to Have a Care for W the Situation -

the \\' >moii in the C."d'4 '
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Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 2-Pro-: ..P P(1oarr'sio. boo WAtT'.G LIST ; r4J New York Oct. 22.-Credit, the

bably 20,000 pt'rsonawere in dangerof .
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under-the-sunace foundation of all.
Injuries this evening) at the cen- "-' .. '\ ". r.J:6 :
%' 1ff i t business, tre bled for time
Mr "W1,, y ''''Io' .. a today
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tral station, when PresidentRoosevelt's .' ..- r
.r '... and, before confidence could be restored
rohed
special train into the

train shed at 6: 10 o'clock It was a Nine little candidates sitifrji on a gat. the Knickerbocker Trust
I Company N'ewJf ork's second largest
urging mass of humanity that could \
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financial Ins utlOD, had emptied Its
not be controlled:- The demonstration -

I was BO great thaf It was impossible i cash vaul under pressure of the
biggest ru experienced here In
nn'om a
for the president, to speak lie \ 1=
P r 1w generation. t stock exchange firm
made several attempts, but finally
had failed ft V $6,000,000 WallStreet'
desisted! lie ple.ded;with the crowdto
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principal securities had settled -
have a care for-the, women and
from $5/to $8 a share; call
children. lie knew there was dangerof '
money had rin to 70 per cent and
a panic andtx dj'd all in his power -
local bankers, enable to stem the tide 1
avoid catastrophe.
to a
of distrust ha* been forced to appeal 1
The cbeering wa* almost incessantand
for relief tot secretary of that
In the ruse wards the presiest'a
treasury atV aehington. All this
car. *wjmen were carried off
was in the face bf reassuring state-
their feet and mete had to fight to
ments by the ac :Ing state superintendent
keep themselves from being trampled
M \ of banks that the suspected

bank was solve declarations by*
The prqtldail tried vainly to speak.
prominent banke 3 that there was no
Tfc. few kntevXgs he had uttered
true basis for altrm and assurances
kd consumed W ei en minutes and NTtAt I
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I ;... $J' t 1 n w rnN LIST from Washington that Secretary
11)1: the tram we stgnalled ahead. ... <
...... \-, Cortelyou would jot hesitate to act
As I trolled away the president waved
.. J promptly in any where legitimate -
responses to cheers that followed himu .I:. i.r/ situation
business was threatened. Now
loll aYjie was In sight.
a.rnr on. murrnrrw Mrw.m e. -.id Glen e.'c Krl'.y .- that the first scare Is over and the
Pwtlcallt the entire ten minutes .
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II Ik* preside t'a tfme was consumed .
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believed
that local banking affairs
!. bin tff )Ms taqxflet the crowd. lie ,
wilfsoon readjust themselves. ,
said BO Monjy-Aegin a sentence nm I.\L CALL ISSUED $Smith-Iliac I COMPRISE REACHED Before leaving Washington today

tkai tome at t Ye people would try .
One of the most beautiful and impressive ]I Mr. Cortelyou'decided that 16,009.
U fcrest closyVwith the result that i
deposited
lr Meeting of publican National ceremonies ever witnessedin Pet worn Governor ,Alabama and 000 be with New York
there ..",a causing screams
from wome-There" were many members Committee to Fix Convention in Oak was performed this morn the Southern Railway. banks as soon,as the necessary col-*

Hat(". ing when Col Furman Y. Smith of lateral had b4en furnished and at
of the state guard present but Montgomery Ala. Oct. 21.Underan timer
Alachua. led to Hymen's altar Miss the same he Issued this statement -
tat were powerless to render muchBmtctlon Washington D C.. Oct. 21.-The
\atalve Isabel Black, daughter of Mr agreementbetweeGovernor_ :
to the people against formal call for the meeting of the / x "" "
la&wlres. Republican national committee was and Mrs R. B. Black, of this clt>. Comer and the.Official,Ot the Southern "The secretary of the treasury 1*

I The parlor beautifully and keping" in dole touch with the business -
was
At tcxla.oOfcr I Railway, reached late tonight,
Jut be made an appeal to hare issued the signature of ,
\ conditions throughout the country -
I tastefully decorated for the occasion
tit train started ahead of them and Acting Chairman., harry S. New and I s the Southern will dis\'lss Its litiga- ,
with pot plants and cut flowers A In the matter of public deposits
kilt this order was being executed, :.Secretary Elmer Doxer as following: i'I, few minutes after 10 clock the t on attacking the lawmade rates iu he will at all times consult the needsof

kt made a valiant effort to tell how "The members of the Republican national -
bridal party entered the parlor to the the federal courts and the state of: legitimate'business interests, and
U kid enjoyed his trip down the commlVee! ate hereby called to ::
strains of Mendelsohon wedding Alabama wil permit the road to will not hesitate to deal promptlyand
Maalaalppland his bear hunt meet at the'. Slwrehatn hotel in the ,
adequately
march, softly and sweetly played bv with any situation
Of 2
charge a passengerrate % cents
cit of \\as 11 clock a. .
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Miss Helen Conwav The bridge- that may arise.
MR. CIRTER'S CONDITION m.. Frfda) wngton1t 6Thi I I a mile and a freight rate permittedthe
: groom entered, attended by bis beat
for the pur- same' road, In Georna, which Is
man, Mr Thaddeus Ioods, of TO LAINCII CAMPAIGN
Ta e JletropoH/Fxlitor Is Yet in Gnat pose of fixing the time and place o* Floral Cit, while the bride entered 25; per cent higfter thanf tho,standard

/ Danger. holding tL leaning upon the arm of her matronof Georgia
The condit of Mr. W R. Carter, convention and to transact such other I For Chanter's Nomination for Preti-
honor, Mrs John Padgett, ot The Southern is also assured in
editor of The >\tropolls, shows no business as may properly be presented i. dent intlanta
I Gainesville. Dr. Frederick Pasco, iu this agreement such immunity from Friday.
lW of improvement today. Dr. and the session will probably con-
Ralph his customary dignified and impressive the legislation\f the, recent sessionof Atlanta, Oct. 21,-It is understoodthat
Smith toiay said that there tinue through Saturday Dec 7oinanS .
.M manner, read the service whkh the Legislaturp as Governor Comer Lieut. Gor Lewis Stuyvesant j
BO Improve 'nt over yesterday, .
Md ) made this young couple husband and and the members of the Railroad Chanter of New York practically proposes -
that Mr. .
wart Catter's condition was \\ nub ;Meets In .ubllcLibrarr. wife..|be ring service being used. During Commission can give it. to launch his campaign for the
serious. There is general anx-
I1' all thft entire ceremony, "Love me There was no change; today in the Democratic nomination for the presi-
j over the city regarding the F '
)aUeGt, and all hope for cheering The Woman's Club met on Saturday and the\World is Mine was softly ('ootroveny'between Governor Com dency on the occasion of his visit to '

kin from his afternoon, October 19, in the rendered.\ ; er and the Louisville and Nashville. Atlanta on Friday next A number
He is braved
& cheerful, and bedside)his multitude of library. This meeting marks an Important The brid\ was beaomingly attiredin President Milton H Smith 01 that of New York newspaper men will accompany -
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,f1. I % meAds are anxioul to hear of his re- epoch in the history of the a travelin osumf of brown silk, road, who spent today in Montgomery him and it is probablesome

h>er Uon. This present affliction club, as the up-building and maintenance with globes, hit and everything to did not go near the capitol. very interesting reports" will besent

*akea U first in nineteen of the library are among the I match and surely there was never a There was no indication tonieht ;hat back.

tbt bas caused tijne(Mr. Carter to years take chief interests ,this organization sweeter. bride The bride-groom was the policy of the Louisville and Nash- At a meeting of the special com-

"kli. Wd with Illness Ills last pre- The president M> ..,. C B Farrell I dressed In th\.. conventional black, v'would change and therefore there raHtee! appointed at the instance of i

'iI hoes sickness was in 1888 when he and Mrs C. S. Brown. who served as I and made quiteVn iiipobing figure was no intimation that the extra session President II. H. Ca ban lux of the Fair i y

lidtft4 with a.a attack of yellow hostesses for the afternoon. receivedthe While Miss Black has made her would not come as order?.1 by .\Maoc'ation. bf'id this morning, the

_hoer II with many hun- members la a most gracious manner home In this city only for a short i the Governor program for "Chaster Day" was

t bids of Jatkt\'iUe. while, by her charming manners aad practically completed It will be
army of whom
S': Ikef feU that dreaded The subjects for the afternoon sweet disposition, she has gained \NOTIILR RUIR III NT. fally t-qwal to..Jf it does not eclipse.

friends she numbers her r'an Day" frse i a standpoint of
keare, Jacksonville Metropolis study were English history and majjv and .

Anglo-Saxon poetry. Mrs .\. LHumphrt''s friends b). her acquaintances Mr feature
PtcMdtntill Tackle Bruin In North .
t paper on the Heptarchv 1 Smith is indeed to be congratulatedupon I -- -+-7-- -

CKIHR klhv TRAGEDY. and Alfred the G eat" was most excellent winning ISO sweet and lovely a I Carolina. PRFSS: CL11J CONNKNTIONIk .

and so comprehensive that bride Asheville, X C. Oct. 21.-President -- ,. .

4 Mu \\0maji to IK-ath and Then few points were left for discussion Col Smith, who U a popular and I Roosevelt has accepted an invitation >J -
"f I < gatoftre/: \rri\inK at liinning-
Killed Himself.i Anglo-Saxon poet was freely discussed I talented attorney, is from-one of thebest I to bunt bears in North Carolina fha '
Or the F\enU i
r J, /Fla. Oct 21.- \t by the members present, and and most highly respected ( later in the season.

*Shat MO 0' lock this morning, Cmortally. Miss Wigfield wbo was leader for families in his community and while Birmingham, Ala., Oct 21.-

4 tt'tbater, Jr., hot and the afternoon, proved\ herself both efficient still Gung bids fair to become .V large number of their many Delegate from ill sections of the

l Mrs, M. ?. Porter, He then and interesting' famous in his chosen profession friends attended them to the train, country are arming in Birmingham '

X11 tie revoljer on himself, ln0nn Current events concluded this instructive Owing to the fact that there has and showered thorn with rice, old today for the /seventeenth annual

l *at caused his death program,,*ach member responding ; been a good deal of sickness in the shoes and so forth. .Mr and Mrs con\ention of the International

h5ra kter." with an interesting bit of family of the bride recently, the Smith left immediate after the League of Pres.* Clubs, which will beheld d

.z *tq Pwter J still unconscious news. MRS S. T. GRIMSHAW. ceremony was necessarily a very quiet ceremony over. the Atlantic CoastLine here dating the week Special

1bfdclau sa she has no chance Reporter Pro-tem. one, only a few relatives and most in- for their future home in trains bringing' additional visitors

Lavery, timate friends of tne young cou!'e Alachua carrying with them the best I from the East an\the South will arrive -

tletal4 1 {he tragedy can be Parental objection is what Cupid being present wishes! of their many friends for a tomorrow motnlng, when the #

M there were no eye wit- uses to tip his arrows when he wants Quite a number of very beautifuland safe and prosperous voyage over the opening session of die convention will

them to be most effective useful presents were received. matrimonial sea. S the held. '
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o LIVE OAK DAILY D1I3I0CIU.T.'EnSF.sD.l": OCTOBER 23, 1001..I I


r STATE OFFICERS. The Biggest Rattier Yet. I|
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tit.;-'",I N. B. Broward. Governor. (Orlando Sentinel.) I

V'H.. Clay.Crawford Secretary of State. Some weeks"ago Mr. W. E. Hudson I!

Wm. VC.Knott, Treasurer t the successful 'Clear Lake vegetable j ex
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A. C. Croom Comptroller. grower was having some land clear-

W. H Ellis Attorney. GeneralB. ed of trees and dense underbrush.One r -
day a colored man who was chop-
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E. McLIn, ComTiissioner: of Agrl-
; ping near the lake shore called, to / Ife.--
culture. ; / ;
Mr. Hudson to get his shotgun and,
*W. M.
Holloway State Superintendent -
come and kill a big snake. He found
l J>- Public IttstrucUon.
that the maTrtad thrown his ax at

Ernest Amos ,State Auditor. the reptile and missed it a couple of

W. B. Saddler. Assistant Auditor. feet, so there lay; the monster, its r

bulky coils quivering, its head erect

SUPREME COURT. and its rattles sounding their note of ,

T. M. Shackle'ord."\ '" Chief warning. His snakeship was soon
Justice;
A. W. Cockrell. J. B. Whitfield put out of business, stretched out and By universal testimony Red Rock

measured, the tapeline giving him a
Fenwick Taylor, R. C. Parkhill. W. length of almost eight feet and a''! Fruit Punch has been awardedthe

A. Hocker. Associate Justices. girth{ in proport n. The snake's den i; palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and I

RAILROAD COMMISSION. '" wag found near bj? and had evidently success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance '
Is taunt time..dore
been ) fQr a long *
It. Hudson Burr Chairman; N. H. t&nr-ne>l<10mestfc animal had succumbed with the following:

Blitch, >J. L. Morgan. Royal C' tq .his ,deadly fangs, the last I FORMULA f
Dunn. Secretary. victim having/been a fine bird dog | (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests)

that C: pt R.-M.: Hudson bad out on j 8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE ";

MEMBER a training huUt.Mr."udson j 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE i;
OF CONGRESS SECOND ,place seems to be 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES

Frank Clark.DISTRICT. somewhat "snakytV for, not many Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar,

days after the btu rattler had been II allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.B. done to death, /rs. Hudson while 'I pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add

attending to some outdoor duties. the four of Red Rock.
H. Palmer Judge. quarts
hear(fa great fluttering and squawk :

Cary A. Hardee, State's Attorney. ing'| a grape fruit tree near the :

house. Looking she big .
I'' up saw a t
COUNTY OFFICIALS. coachwhip snake struggling with a < --- -
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J. B. Johnsoav. State Senator., ', I half-grown chicken which it held by I Having old out -by drug business I .\ . . . . . . . . . . .-. .-. .-..-..,
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.. I a v was attempting to enroll i i I I-
cold on account of my health, ask all who i iowe THE FAMILY I SHOE STORE.I
MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES. but not by reason of the Inter- !
me to please to c fqrence of branches. A pistol bullet i I
|io tiblf and pay their accounts as''!
\V*. R. Dorman. W. H. administered by :Mr. Hudson settled l Think what it t means
McClellan.
I pro ae\ous! to pay all the outstandi j "' 1
this matter. I ( a 4tu 1' That. is what w. ire

5 \ fc I S aw-oaats against the Live Oak I Our reason- is bt>cau.. (
7, N. Ct n er/County Judge. i
f.1,*W. Brygon, Clerk Circuit Court. IX >E\V: YORK. Drag Co., and get off for a while. for I the "Our Family |liD_ of
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Il\: I r "Star Hraad Shoe *,
.. H. health. Resfiectfully,
} Rlckerson Sheriff.G. I' tm a '
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Democratic Ix--tUiit-Ia-ts Kntliu i B..Lord, Treasurer.J. W. II. EEL!.. '
\ member of
by (Irutt Audience. s every 'rally
N. Meeks. Tax Collector. ; to all
have
our .ira.lj
New York OctJ.l. William
Jennings eS
: A. D. hemming-ASeessor.! It fdlraage that there is so much shodvc nomicil''!) (.
Bryan spore tonight before an \\I1
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'-= .,, J. E. Wood County Superintendent bad wel-1itUB and tertlc
... audience that /lIed Cooper Union, "I fun to rfng when the ncfvelty r TbRMAN t
r; .V Public Instruction. gfvifl: shoe
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f. while many t ousands were turned has been wrn off so long. j\ WOMAN
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:v if. E. Carter. Judge Criminal Courtof ; Our 1 o'amUSlIo.t:
i away. The |leetIng was under the -- 1 AND CHILD
Record. auspices?; of theNsProgresslv\ IV ao- The His 'yrilf I are onade by experts< U
hardest sk
,, \ I s- 6ducation ASSOAi11ICHU1I111S ..
O. O. McCollom, Solicitor Criminal cratlc League and Mt Y Bryan's siib- I lt : I hi:; .:opecaltX' rae..r. .
j to frc'6 from the
a man
!: opinions
Court.M. ject was "The Democracy of Today." f i !MADE IN SLLOUIS BY'' from the bent box <;a.fi

M. Hawkins. Clerk Criminal Court lie was introdu d by Augustus i his ancestors held i PoBo soNeiaSoa leather that can b*
bought for the moneyThe
Thomas, presiden/of the league.Mr. .
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Bryan wafi received with repeated '
/ COMINGAUDITORIUM'I I Mt-n's and Boy's are Godjear. welts which means that
cheers nd it three
was or
1VA.. Tiaon, Chairman; M. I.. 4i lie soles are flexible: and that {here are no tacks, wax or
four minutes Before he was allowed j
Burnett J. J. Dempsey, J. H. i : threads inside to hurt barn and blister the feet. Being refs-
to begin. He introduced as a subtopic 'I
Grant. H. H. Davis. !! forced under the insien with a brass clinched fastening the,
"The Average Man. j
1 cannot rip.
-- On the subject of national controlof !

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. corporations, llr. Bryan said: "The H i 3 NIGHTS 3 .t WK SEU: TI": MK.VS FOIS S'=..;3 and $:.OO. HOYS! .::.:....

5 E. B. Wise Chairman> :. A.: D. Puter- President suggests the national incorporation .. . YOITIIS $' .OO LITTLK GlltI.I.t... '

baugh, lI. Carver.w of Jail railroads engaged STARTING "
i j On account of the Women's Misses and Children's IbOH a

CITY DIRECTORY.: in the-days interstateonjmerce.of llexa'rtUer Hamilton. Not since has Thursday Oct. 24M'F.CIAL \.!

such a doctrine of centralization-been I
J. B. Johnson. Mayor. advanced SI-50. sz, 5 and H, $1.10.
as this suggestion by the MATIXKE SAT. .. lIllI.I.\ Jlli 1..Ci.
C. H. Brown Alderman and President .
City Council. President. iKwould practically place .iv the Star on the heel and tliC name "OUR FAMILY" on 1M

Aldermen-S. J. White, T. S. Andes the government o the states in Wash sole of each shoe is aguarantee that they are hoiwiy co.

lon J. M. Barclay, W. J. Hillman ington. Henry F. Willard'sCOIDIANS. ;t strticted and full of satisfaction.To .

J. E. Wood.. J. L. White. "The Democrat doctrine la that Mflic nils to like tlicin. Come MX them.
the federal autho ty attend to federal :

W. II. Lyle Superintendent City affairs and lea re the states to attend { j BOWLING LUMBER CO.
to their
hon
government. The I
Water Works.R. ,r '
H. Haddock City Marshal and federal authorities' s should be added '! Presenting an Entire new List of : . . . . . . . . . . ... I .
to state avitjipntj, not substituted for
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Productions -
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Sanitary Inspector. Opening With : -
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W. D. Wright Police. lie The Southern S ns.li.n
said the federal government; j

acting within itlk present powers i "THE WHITE CAPS" ,
I Can You
illS LOVE AMI CARE. could curb the tru ts. '.. I Write a ostnor.?

1 know not what the "Let Congress," lie said. "say when Car load StefKfy, High Chas Vaudeville
future hath
any corpbratIon in Interstate commerce I Latest Moving Pictures //'tt>" Illustrali i It
Of marvel or surprise cd Songs i
wishes to control 25 per cent i No doubt you know one you have been telling -
Assured alone that llf
eXTRA
..and death L'XTreA
--- of the output of the product it deals I It for We will
His mercy underlies. 1"-- in, it must take ou4 a federal license Caj't. Geo. Liable! and Miss Annie N-'l- i years. give a
son Two of the Smallest |: CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor
And if m>' heart and flesh are weak the license to be so safeguarded that

To bear an untried pain, the stock of the corporation cannot ROYAL ULLIPUTIONS WORLhIn IX THE the best Ghost Story written by youngor

The bruised reed lie "will not break be watered. Then the corporationswill a series of operaiic .nJ dramatic old, male or female; ;

t ,But strengthen and sustain. be under the eyes of the federalgovernment" sketches which are changed nightly. II: The only condition is that each contestant

Don't forget the Special send Fifty Cents for
Saturday a subscription
years
No offering of my own I have, o Reception Matinee.PRICES .
to THE
Nor word;$ my faith t
; I can but give Zhq gifts lie gave. Is independently rich and able to cot; t- Nijjh Matinee's '_)25), :{and,"'.O\JhlC_:J.oc._ !i publication, published at Live Oak, Florida
::
,' And plead Isis love. for Jove. along without recognition Scats now on sale at BUUCR The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;

so beside->, 'the rAnd Silent SeaI BROS.'E it hasa will of its own, and stands on a plat;
tt
wait the 'muffled oar; form lini'miP 6 in. rtnlimr.- ----.. _and.. nr tJ6U''IH'>in/.ittlo''' .p.1 1tt )..

s No harm from Him can come to me first number will appearNOVEMBER

I, On ocean or .on shore. s ttn FIRST

_' know not where His Islands lift g Write Oil one side of paper only; story not

' Their fronded palms in air; to exceed 1,000 words; contest will dOil'

t I only know I cannot drU( I FEBRUARY, 15th, IQO8,

r T Beyond His love \ MAKES A HIT Announced in the

o I EVERY TIME UP II number. Send in your subscription at < .nee

And Thou, O Lord! by whom are seen

Thj creatures as.the, be Brain The
Workers
I f and Champion Athletes Southern Cyclone
Forgive me if too close I lean

My human heart on Thee! Re'y upon Coca-Cola. .They know the genuine,
'
-John Greenleaf 1ti ttltUer. when bottled serves as a tonic without undue ,Drawer 39, : Live Oak. Fla.u .
\ stimulation, and delightf'.lly relieves that physi-

II I IAn. cally tired fec..ng: and cobwebby mental state BO I i-''' -
common in summer time. See that your dealers ; I II'
' ;body can be good during the i .p'\p ,doer or ]k''ep it in your refrigerator. AI- .
time that temptation is off on its .w*,i .V'-.ieCo4k:>e thai tt-e bottleJ berrraje when. put op nnderuu..xttr '.->-:. andXIJtr1tnee might) '!j The proof of a foul is ,he fact OJ I
I bl4JUtUiaiC U*b ftUUir F rlacksonril.e J
vacation. Coca-Cofl ; I-.H auage to arrive at the same be acclaims himself a to,' maw
Bottling Ce.,
i hcUeuiK; fla
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The man outside the "select set" -- - .,. ,'.lIs to
l3ht.., few men can One of the firstthe (: -' : ,
understand
is generally one that set is most j Live Oak Works Sole '. byr**" I
; Bottleing Agents "w Lord managed to* get the ness IS t-e ability to forg-t
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envious of. i I 1'.ivrrse i made without their advice. can talk
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J. M. Casa f Suwannee Station I SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE- Mrs Nobbie X. Banks of High I =:

Is here ; Singer used only about three weeks; for eJa/e 1 Springs; is on a visit to her sister

I a bargain; must sell. R. W. Price's Mrs. W. T. Beach, of Beachville.Mr. i H The Doctor

S. J. Wilftanrs. of Lancaster is :store. d-oct21-6t ; W. T. Beach paid a visit tq his
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on our street/\dap. __ sons at Tyler last week. He also

We offer at bargain visited his relatives at Trenton and
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Kevs. S. J. and U. A. White, ( Knows
j. II. AHeA; ;t Dow ling Park is High Springs. II
\ II evangelists of the Christian church six room cottage with '
bore today tr/ding. Mr. Sanford Beach paid a flying
will begin a tent meeting in the city modern conveniences
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on i Mrs. W. --
\ / visit to his parents Mr. and I
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Thursday, October .24. The publicare
It.V.. Ingraio/ia among the bUlo south Ohio avenue. Most j T. Beach last Sunday. He Is staying I II
cordially invited to attend.
ness visitors /I t\e\ city today. desirable residence sectionof I at Tyler. Fla.. now. BETTER than what to do findillness

I )lr. P M. Odom, of Beachville. has j
Uair oame In last night FOR RENT-The Magnolia House the city. If
Will G. you are : taken his family to Tyler Fla. !

from Fenhollowajr. can be rented about one-third of contemplating purchasinga I Mrs. Annie Cox tee Miss Corthron, : : liE; often little troubles knows how from to developing prevent-
". rooms furnished, interested parties
died: very suddenly tat her home near i: into serious affairs.
home
Jim Allen. ot&ixford, is here today apply to J. I!. Brjson at the courthouse in Live Oak come Branford last Fridiy morning. She i

trading. \ tf up to our office and let had ont been\married/about\ eight liE does not have to guess andexperimentif
: he is a good
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show this short months. Sltf. Cpx was a kind :
J us place.
you I doctor and knows his business.
Mr*. W. It. Dorman. of Houston Just arrived and for SAle 25 boxes obedientNdaughter, amoving sister anda [
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it here today f Plng. of Florida oranges iu good shape and I dutiful\wlfe.. antf she was also a | |: IT'C A lOTS bet *r Ie see

at the right prices at the Live Oak II true Cbrlstbl.Alw / an, lovel by allH; 11 J doctor and bn ng
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S. T. Boazmaeft' yesterday after- licokenige & Commission (.0. 21-2t EDWARDS REALTY[ GO who knew her. She leaves a mother your prescriptions here.Suwannee.

GOD for Greenville. six sisters four jb others and a husband a
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I I besides host of relatives and !1 1I I
I Mr. Sam Evans, of Ta spa, an old
, John Adamson of Day. Fla.. is a J j friends to mourn her loss. Our
time citizen of Live Oak is up on a Levin Building, Room 3.
guest of the Eth'e}hotel today. I ; sympathy is with the bereaved
visit to hik broth r, J. II Evans. He
.e family. X. Y. Z. I
speaks in \glowinrtefm} of the Phone No. U. [
WarnVjf
Inverness U
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growth of anlt'h..f'prospectsand I
tajmpa
registered at thdhhel today. -_._ -- Wilmartli Note' j I
also says*>4ha.k'LJTe Oak has a -
most wonderful recar'd in the way of JUST RECEIVED AT I Mr. Lee Hardee has moved bark I II j I Drug Company
I. I
Col. 1l0berSO turned on the Sea- \ from Luraville and Mr. Munro Bond ,
growth since he last visited here. u
board from atTiXwest; last night. THE BON TON, I has moved to the mines near that H
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Mrs. J. C. Balls would like to New line Voil skirts. place. .
C. \V. de Martfne., D. C., with get New line latest shaped corsets. I Mr. James A. Ezell is looking after ] ---- -- -
any kind of sewing to do. Prices
is here
headquarters attEainesville.. New line silk, lace, dress trimmings i in, I the stock gaps and trestle work on
today. reasonable. Residence Hpuston St., braid lace vands, applique dress,I the Florida Railway. Jim is a good I

four doors below residence .of W. II goods. {I man and will do his duty. I ed Band BrandChocolates

Mr. 1*. N. iWgett and family, of Bell bet 21-2t Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. Farmers are busy gathering their *

New River FA} were here for the crops, which are fairly good. The':

wedding this mor'.ing.Dads Live Oak Chapter 5, II. A. }1., MRS. C. W. BACHC, Prop. potato crop is said to be the gest in :>

Led a special meeting fir work last -- --- years.3Ir.. \

See Grocery Co. for Western night. Degrees wIle c nferred on LOST-My one-hundred-thousand'. Dyes, the gAnial section foreman ,

and Florida beef. Mutton and Pork Lamar G. Carter, of 3I /o.?. Edward dollar club scarf pin. It is a gold I here has his sfection in the best ;

kept on hand daily. 21-21 King.W tterYy/ dad C. M. enamel face pin with "100 Thousand I'I ;I condition it ha dU>eenVn sin& 'the time \I

... Bailey of L Pe /ak. 4/farsySttend- X. Y. L. I. C. S. E." on it. Findei'.1 Mr. Marshal! wa. (n *.,.ar?. .:

Mr. Dees, of Mjrio, came in this ance was present and thejneeting was will be rewarded to return it to D. W The rhtr is sUJWoing down, and ':

werning on his way\ome from Madl- full of interest* .There*. will be work IIch-enston. it is a fine Ime to catyfi fish. Fhe 1 1Hev best made at

ton.n in the Royal Arch-degree at the next Ske an'JaYJhe e to Zolfo on '

regular meeting, November 8th. It4'jri\illc Urlt'h.Editor vacation f will be ODe I 15c and30clb.

Sill Leila Banjcnlght, of Archer -- three or four \\eetll.. The old"man I

U here visiting h'er\slster, Mrs. Joel On Wednesday evening, November Democrat-We are hav- has got in fine health and says be is ;

Tacker. 6th. there Is to be an Educational ing some cool windy weather this going to go where he can get SOMe .

j rally at tne Baptist church, led by Dr. week. A good rain would help our oranges to eat. and where be can kill I Ii
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Mr*. Jenni, enter and daughter B. P. Robestson, the newly elected gardens very iiluch. 1 j i tome game, and have a good timeonce I Agents For Lowneys

oftopping.Wellbornlar; owrn"today.Judge secretary of ike Baivnst Educational The seems all gathering their more.Well .

/ ,., commission of Florida. The meeting cotton It V> be very good; and I there was a good time at the I j

will be in the iiXrest of Columbia we are expecting \good price. meeting at Suwana Station. Good i

\ LamarxG/Carter, of Mayo. College and StafsoA. University and I Rev. G. I. VViggin\ filled his regular I preaching, good ('aU n 1old: feuds I

.u a promlnenpSlsitor In the city all the friends /f the wo schools are apitointment \BeachtUle last Sunday ;' were settled and enemies dropped' '
mlerday and last night. invited to bypresent.\ The meeting and, before. He j I i I old troubles, and peace love and flfl BOOK ij K & fW 8 CO.

is for all thX people of tk Suwannee was acco O. T Mat- i'i harmony reigned. The good sisters! ,

Mr*. S. S. Saitfgrd is on a visit asbOciatioV; and Live OaKXjjjll be to\ Tht"satUrda.aigl ., seemed delighted at what was done, >

to leer parents ,!(,r. and Mrs. S. P. glad to/entertain all who can come and fine few mem- however, the delegates elected did '

Mays. from a/distance Don't miss hearing bers church not come; hence we did not transact : CSC TOOK Managtr

Dr Robertson. Mr. F. Beach of Trenton accompanied : business as is: the custom of all as- ': and Owner'OLEYSIIONIYWTA

TbiJeus WoodsVpf Floral City, -- _. by his wife paid a visit to his sociations, yet the Lord was with the

stand this to attend the uncle Mr. W. T. Beach, of this place. people and we feel that great good ; .
merging Mrs. Cora Stephens. returned today
..... $mith-Black. nunrfialsVMr from Atlanta \\Kore she has been for Miss Julia Griffin. of Hamilton was done. Goodbye for four weeks
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*. J. 1) pad,ett' of Gainesville her trip by hejr oroXaer, J. C. Lyle. Mr. F. F. Griffin. from Zolfa MOKE AXOX '('.s the ceu h ...d he.l.1uR

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, P C. Wind hasVcoifc to Gaines- t BETTER 600DS FOR SAME MOHEY. Emporium Store N -g
e v s. SAME GODS FOB LESS UOHLT. |
\ viols to K-e his wifytend baby who 'I
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.. E. fling f1ferry, was iu I I t. '::...'is; SliIUTS. SILK Jf.MPKi: NUTS. KXCKLI.KXT SCIIK SilO.:.. l I II I They are made by the most xl
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tit tlty last night Mo attend the There \t one thing SUf -- Skilled workmen in the largest I
Just secured a few nobby !silk '
Chapter meeting fhe Royal Arch We have just received by express JI.MtIIt'r uitmanufacturer's samples every school: child will need a pair and best manufacturing plant in |

Muont. a sample line of Mi i....e,.' SLirt., at of shoes. < We anticipated their the country, where only the i;
a price. I
:l panama cloth in brown blue, garnet Small wants aDd ready for the rush highest grade of ladies' shoes is |:
J plaids in black and white jare
E. P. Grover leftythls morhlng'or and black only one of a style.Beautifully with the vest )'>tt"flfli,1.,1f'oi: that1 i produced. They are superior inevery :
blue and white, o.e ef a style. Madeof I
t Mayo Alton atwl Luraville to tailored; some with are made.; I respect to any shoe sold to1
excellent: quality silk.
pVirs
l; superintend the r on his long silk folds. Lengths run from 32 to Wo guarantee.. our shool shoe day at the sane price."Ultra" .
distance telephone line. For a quick clearance we o3erj
t 39 inches. Prices $.59 to $7.00. these beautiful suits at 19.9S: to ;! to do a full measure of duty. j shoes $1.99. *3.i0 |

I... Mr. R. L. Blac and family of Small ladies ran BOW secure a |12.'8. Cheaper than material alone ; We are experts in fitting child- ; sad $4.... Oxfords, 2.0.. U: 00 ?
handsome skirt at a very reasonable j reo's fe et. Excell-nt line of tefantfi -1
f. Highland Fla., caipe' in yesterday would cost Come early for they will I al $$.S&.
r to price. Come early before the beat soft soles and turn shoes. :, r
t attend the marriage of Mr Black's move rapidly at prices we offer.IintUKKS. : I IGLOnS.
ifcler. are sold.
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:;L 111. ed if Fine line of overshoes for childrenn I:
I e, of Monticello, I \ _. a
i tame In this the :! l ladies.
ng to attend
I L ,*tlding., mOI'y I II ..-- .- 16-hutttM length, kid gloves, H I
I. Whit?here she was the I
fWest of :iltss Vp-dtf: Haddock I 11AIX COATS.Sto i black and tans at J3.S9. Same :"
r our line of "Cravanette" -
kind sold la Jacksonville at H.OI
t\ Mr. :tor Iddies. Guaranteed rainprooi.i' H .
II.
D. Padgett, of Walterboro -buttoa Mllanae silk gloves,
*. C., ,,>.i'- tins and 5rts. a' 7.50 to x r
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t i. came in erday to attend tbntau
% black and white at $1.i9. All g
of Us auddaughtt'r.1135 Miss fN t

I 1., aye Black/o.Col. F. Y. Smith. N N I I II I .0e.SLITS.. E shafes of tan and brow, $2.00.16button !i ,
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... I INVw Lisle, black and ,
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J T utlrr returned this I I shipment of fine tailored! j I white; at $1.25. All kinds oft:

.< ti+ gg [runs ostcut, where he has j IIi'0: two alike Coats are loose I ".d.TRSIIOES FOIL LADIES. hues: gloves kid. silk and lisle
cf4ing General Conven-
tiS% f Adventis of America. On g gtKtta -e rn and t:cht fifing; short medium Are proving tt., most satisfactory! ._.->c: to J1.23. ;8; d._;

hs a.tJ ion: U-ngths Alterations free ladies' shoes that can be had regardless !
JJ v' i d New York and We are in the lead on lades': ::
Itoa, \'ke g :aruniee a perfect fit of the price paid. g
.. '- i. a ports a great : .. d ch.ldren's gloves. g

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; i yon will always hare good health. What Is more to a man
.s Ii than good health? All the money in the world can't make
happiness where health is unknown Ballard's Snow Uni-nent
: Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Neuralgia,
/ "2, CURES Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, Lam :
tt Back and all the ms that Flesh Is Heir to. :'

One Who Knows. .-Y

The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy i I y,
f j J. G. Scott Salt Lake City, utah. writes; U cannot
College in North Florida. ti\ e secure POSITIONS for i Ballard's Snow Liniment
too highly praise your for
all graduates. the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your
SCHOLARSHIPS: i Ballar 's )Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.
Those used together defy all pain. .

GET THB GENUINE. Three Sizes 25c, SOc, $1.00

$40 $50 $75 and $90 i tH

H t Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

500-502 North Second Street ,
':E CATALOGUE AM SPECIAL CIKCfLAIIS.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.,
tSOUTHERN :

BUSINESS COLLEGE. i jj : E BBB9BL SBraBiBHrVI
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Corner Ohio .t enue and Connor Street Sold and Recommended by j;

L. M. 1IATTOX, (i. S. STKPIIKXS.: : *
LIB' OAK FLA Suwannee Drug Company.
Pr *ident and Proprietor. JCj !'rtrscit sl.H >
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The Itt'I I Live Oak Co.

"Well! well!" surprlsedly commented M'f'g.

tie patent-churn, as the Jamestown
Tillage braSs band tor /raPidlY past : Exposition -
,
without etrery'allyXoins anything Manufacturers of
strains as they 'at. "those fellows r.

are What pretty makes nearly'DiKa them, marfchso dead fast?run" II Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, I IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. :i#

"Trying to'gH away'\rom the
Power and
music I replied the"landlord Turpentine.Electric The War Path Air Naval i
:=: Ship, :=: Display,
of the Pruntytown tavern, who wasa
Lights in any part of the city furnished for '
pessimistic old grouch, anyhow.-

Smart Set. Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. will interest and instruct you. Do not
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Notice to Our Cu 4umers. ',Electric power Day and night current-for manufacturing fail to go at once. For beautifully illus-

We are pleased to announce that purposes. trated folder containing maps, discrip-

Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to
colds and lung troubles is not affected -
cial attention and all orders filled.
by the National Pure Food and promptly

Drug law as it contains no opiates or We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and Ii FRANK C. BOYLSTON ,
other harmful drugs and we recom- .
flooring. Come and get our prices.
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mend it as a safe remedy for children -
District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville{ Fla.I .
4 and adults. City Pharmacy -
oct-dw* In'the I.lmoliftht.; 1 i I Proven. I
"1 have never been a reigningbelle I i I "Jones had his overcoat in pawn."

Explained.- ," admitted thc ashful girl, "but !j!I "How do you MOW?" I ATLANTIC COAST LINE

\ once at a '\ !I i "There were .thr he balls in the ,
Aunt shad do you think is meant "Yes?" t'a7" \ I i I pockets!"-New YorVTelegraph.A .
by "The pLnight were falling "I poured.**-LoulsvHJe Courier-
' fast?" /\ Journal. i -C..imiuJiIttack i THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.
Jimmie-Wb3, tn< people were

pulling down 'c.urtains.-St.' I*>t We i On an inoffensive citizen is Ire .. as*
Louis Times. I I quently made in that apparently useless
forget-Baby is restless can't slep at little tube called the "appendix." 111 M M*

lib IK-ar Old Mother. :night; won't eat, cries spasmodically. It's generally the result of protracted
I I. \ bottle White's Cream
Vermifugenever
"My dear old mother. who is no-' (constipation following liver torpor
dghty-three years old, thrives on I fails to cure. Every mother'I'Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate SEABOARD
should give her baby White's Cream
Electric Bitters," writes W. IJ. Brun- the liver, prevent appendicitis, and
son, of Dublin. Ga. "She has taken \"ermifu e. So many times when establish regular habits of the bowels.2Sc .

them for about two ears and enjoys the babyis pale and fretful the at Barclay & Groover drugstore Airline Railway.
mother doe not know what to do. .
an excellent appetite, feels strong and oct-d*
bottle of this medicine would bring
sleeps well. That's the way Electric 1.\
Bitters affect the aged, and the to his cheeks and laughter to 'Tis r\erTIiu.s. Savannah, Columbia Camden Southern Pines,

same happy results follow in all cases I hts eyes. Gi\e it a trial. Sold by "GoJng to get married, eh? Doesn't i Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
Sl1wannO"
(> Drug Co.
of female weakness and general deL !I oct-dw my experience maf.eOU hesitate?" Philadelphia and New York.

bility. .Weak, puny children too, are "Nope; I'm not-going to marry the
l'pJahL..t; J(:
1' greatly btrengthenej by them. Guaranteed -I same girl."-Illusion Post.Keene'dy's .
Bleeker I -Yon Iw / w&rrfeI. old TWO\
l also for stomach, liver and man. \ / .. ELEGflNT TRfllNS DfllLY

; kidney troubles by Barclay & Groover \It't'kE'r-1 haveXwe for worry. Laxative Cough Syrupte
a cafe, sure and prompt remedy for
druggists. 50c. '
oct-dw Hlwker fl* trouble? Seaboard Mail
Seaboard
. ).Iefl.er-\Ifwlfe coughs!: and colds and is good for : Express
t: ys If i d4e't
every taenber of the family. Sold by
I accompany tier to wwe.bore
People recognize the faults of Into
others so quick because they haveso I ...awr slbe'll Uy L home.- Live Oak Drug Co. oct-dw

many of their own unrecognized by : Cbtegaews.. \ Modern : Pullman : Equipment. '
themselves. f \ .-\ I i Kxplainrd.Mrs. .
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he\\ttt's CartollxM Witch 1'lasel Kaaggs-What yer wearin' -

A Most Worthy Article. Pllte. Sold by LUre Oak Drug Com that black band J1)1JDder bat for? The Jamestown Line
pany. When an article has been on the
'hiuba&d.
I I'm sovry he dfed.-
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market for years and gains friends. -TT- Sydney Ball-HlH. NORFOLK, VA.
To
judge of sman. strike .MhtDI
eredy year, it is safe to call this me- I between -
what that werhi tblalui of Excursion Tickets S11e Daily
dicine a worthy one. Such U Bal Julius Caesar. on
him and what p\* Wwe MMn ..... -
lard's Horehound Syrup. It positively -
was a of but sickness let
man nerve
For full agtDtof
,1 cures coughs and all Pulmonary No information and Sleeper reeervations call --V
home i
ao pleelsat. rqar4- its mark .nd,he became aged beforeki Seaboard, or write,
diseases. One of the best known k of the .
6$! comforts that will
money time Sickness is often caused
S. C. f1a.
EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. Cent Pass. Ac L-.nl. Jac \",)i. A
merchants in
Mobile Ala., when
{ says: buy. as the entire family Is It* by a torpid liver. Herbine will regulate -

"For five years my family has not perfect health. A bottle of Ortso your liver and give you health HI M i 1 I4-M I H I LL ***

been troubled with the winter coughswe Laxative Fruit Syrup ewu SO *Dt.a. Mrs. Carrie Austin, Hollon. Kansas, --- -- -

owe this to Ballard's Horehound It will cure every mrator of the writes: "I c&asider Herbine the best S Have you anything to sell? Do you want to buy?

Syrup. I know It has saved my child- family of constipation, sick head medicine I ever heard of. I am never Have you "lost" or "found" anything?
ren from many sick spells." Sold by ache or stomach trouble. City Pharmacy without it Sold by Suwannee Drug

2 Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw i oct-d' Co. oct-dw.. i An ads in the Daily will meet your deraends.1 .





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: 'LIVE OAK : II II I Roosevelt's Candidate for President

i Expect to Be Private CitizenIn

+ rY jt Two Yean.

r. *J" ManiU. .Oct,2. 0.-At a banquet
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+,, given In his honqr in this city last
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night Secretary oi War William II.

: Taft made a most significant state
ment. He was referring to thfe fact
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f PUBLISHING II IIPJ that he had a early visited the

: I Philippine Island! three Umes,'and in

expressing his intention to come here

+ + again he said; "I hope in another two

J. years to visit Mania again but then
:t :
: I probably will
as a private

;1 Henry F. Willard's Comedians, c1 tlzen.The tie Mr. Taft's remark

COMPANYIL IL ILf I who will play here next Thursday in relation chance of his

and,Saturday Friday and Saturday nights nomination- for Presidency next
matinee. seenit
I 'iit 1 year dience.did not to strike his au

i.:
+T NOTICE. The ecretart' speech was received

t tt:i I have sold my drug business to with much Mtlhuslasm by the representative
: : Flllnnos present when
+ t,= I Miss Myrtle Wade, who will continue
he declared the
f government was anx-
the business as heretofore.I .
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t. prosperity of tr islands. .
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: Book News and Commercial Ji"f + Drug Co>jtpany.
I thank my customers who have GOLD AXD SILVER LAST YEAR.

:)t|I been so liberal with their patronage I
I Total Value of It Dug Out of United
: | | i and ask that they continue to patronage

. PRINTERSI1N 'I' I1* I the business. W. II. DELL.I States Soil.

I Washington, Oct. 20.-George E.

+ }.."I I SKASOX'S THIKII VICTIM.V. Roberts who retired froja the posi-
liP!!!'!!! ; : I ii I : t: iil II i : i ;,1 liiii ii ; tion of director of the \mint on

.. i! \ ('. .\lhrt>eht Died From InjuriesKerch August 1, 1907, haJ.comtMedthe

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production of gold i\h silver
V. a In the
Chicago %0.-
0\jt.: C. Albrecht,
: various states and\.
20 e;torles of the
years old lied< tonight of Injuries \ I
II a\o United States forUttt calendar ear
sustained In /
ball (hiafternoon.
game s
job is too large and none too small for f Albrecht was playing I 1906. Mr. h XerU1 I estimates the
production ofoldk
.. j tight guard. \thile lining up after a in the United

us to handle, and everything in the I' scrimmage T h/ fell D onsclous. He States during-.tnp\ calendar year 1906
I
to have been 19 ,313,80.0 against
as
:!
;, was foundyfo be Buffeting from cere-
Printing Line comes easily within I : Graf $S8lSO,700\for the cafendar year
,
our limit. j hen/orrhage: : whit tanned: his
. I. 11''death a few hours later. 1905, a gain\n 19 /of 6193100.
The principal _ahr was In Alaska.
::1 -: : NevadaS
gain Jp gold was $3,919-
rilKATKO: TIIK (;. .
.IhLU11'ti.rmdrmnetl
0UR: stoc .Q Bond, Linen and Rag Papers ( I _----lo..l::;;,. 500; Oregon, $Ta\200>> ; Tennessee's
$%!,300 Ar\ yisVsOO
j l ; xon >> ; Virginia,
: .
ICapr Fitiul
is onQ,bf the largest carried in Florida, r I theV rk of the Sheriff.Anticipate $3,300. The,greatWWs of gold in
'1 auk state waa in CsW ado, where

and with a well equipped modern Printing U:i I. .. Charlotte. : X. C.. Oct. 20.-Tom ther vwas a jdeerease! 2,766,700.

i pcnurcn, a negro under: sentence: 01 .North Carolina lost $33,900; South

Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we :J death: who was to tave' been hanged CarolinaX$20.500 and Georgia. $71.-
: I at Louisburg. :\. C.Wednesday neat,

can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as ti:f31: was found dead in bis cell in Franklin 700.The tots product for silver In theLnltecStat

3. :, county Jaili this\morna,+ by the $ during the calendar
and prompt as qny establishment in the *1 :,!!death watch. Though uider: esurveillance )eyr 19 U'glven( as 56,517,900 fine

I Vnoffiu&i; : wfd. In some ounces If the commercial value of

South. A trial will convince. Samples and tij: I manner unknown to Cue authorities! $38,2: ,6,400 as against 56.101.600

, hwured a coii of rare. During the fine ounces of the commercial valueof

Estimates Furnished on Application. Ii:: i night be fastened 'sae end to a girder $31,221.876 in 1905 the net gainin

: 01 his cell ti't'd'tbf' other around bill the production of silver over that

t' 1: I: neck and jumped from his cot. 1!? of 1905 was 416. 300 ounces.

.... t: :I jiommitted an aggravated: ; assault on i
'
-- :| I'a r*.<-\ear-old white woman in August, Henry E. Jones, of Tampa. Fla..
T*
t !ant near LouisburgI writes: "I can thank God for.my pre-
: I
,,, '10 ". 0 .., ..,," ",."", ,=::,::, 0 0 ..-iii 0 "Om "., .,,,,,,,"11-, 't ++ ----- seet health, due to Foley's Kidney
: i 1 I XKGUO SOLIUKKS. Cure. I tried doctors and all kindsof

) kidney cure but nothing done me
We Make a Specialty of Mail Effort In Next CVnigre-s to Abolish I much good till I took }o oley'. Kidney

: Negro Kegimvnt In the I Cure. Four bottles cured me, and I
:1
Order t .\nll). have no more pain in my back and
-:- Business
-:- shoulders. I
am 62 )ears old, and
Washington. Oct. 2*.- A determined
suffered long, but thanks to Foley'sKid"f
""" = .,.., '" .,,,,, 0" "" ",,,Ii'' 1 '0 1 0'" ,'1 0' ""m. effort will be made at the coming Cure I am well and can
session of Congremi to abolish
III walk and enjoy myself. It is a
the four negro regimeets DOW in the
,
pleasure to recommend it to those
army. Representative Garner of :
I needing a Kidney medicine City
Texas introduced a bill to this end at :1
Pharmacy
oct-dw'
+ I the last s wfon. It is learned< now
ti.1 that Representatives: < Shackleford of I
+ It U astooMiiBg what a lot of stuff
1 Mi !oun. Heflin of Alabama and Byrd, '
\ LIVE OAKPUBLISHING 11 i niMqeracte* as religion' and doesn't
i of Mississippi wilt each introduce a :get ea.. bt. \/
bill of this cbaraetfr this winter.

The supporters f noveaveat I A MM can k at lot of argtiseiMiMng -

Iii ii I to abolish tb-,ne Oflh !iera.- wbk I meats to so t bat he

i I grew out of the' up 0Brownsville twants to de \

4 by colorWf soldiers ins I 1 r
: Troul is a jaacttanckange
opn 'nt where
I tpar are couatiag almost solid"f.f..rn
111c' : \\. I I'I IUI..1t ear t rooch the
11; support The Asiatic racial

i: 'I' troubles of the Paeiffc coast strengthen I icity o/aPplness. -

COMPANYi support of the antl'oegro-soJdter .\ Card.
jly i movement.It I :
,. i II is said that the Department of "Tttia in to certify that all druggistsare 4
avtborised to refund
''d War is considering stationing a negro your money p
:: ,
if Foiey's Hooey and Tar
regiment in New York falls to (
state on IUfturn
t LIVE OAK FLORIDA I from the Philippines in a few cure your cough or cold. It stops
z the cough. heals the fang and '"
prevents
months This, it i confidently ex-
; ., serious results from a cold.
ect>>d. will raise a storm of opposition :
Cures la grippe cough and
I up; there rewriting in Xew York prevents

bUY? ; l representatives voting to take the pneuraoaU and consumption. Contains

..''iM11,1.1.1"..II i i i i";:tt.+. II..lit.I.I.I.I.J.fr.I i 11 III I I I I 11 !I I t M M t III. .111. .I.11. .H. .I.t.tit. .". .*.*.'.*...1.t.I.1.I. Ii'I nnl'orm(. is known of the negro.the President would I a yellow no package opiates. Refuse The genuine-ubstltutes.t is in.
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ends. 11111111 lit Mlllll M4 < H HI MHMMMIMMHI If
, 'r aove such a bill in hU heart t ,! City Pharmacy oct-dw*

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1' a.nE OAK DAILY DJOIOCR.U
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itselfa $-$-$-'- -$- $ $-$-$-$-tssiConfidence
The Miami Metropolis proved
TIME BUT NEXT.
llVE\ NOT THIS ,
OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT
There has been just enough said fighter of the first-class, even

Published every Afternoon about Governor Broward in connec- though defeated, In the late prohibition -

Except Sunday. tion with a senatorial candidacy to contest in Dade county and its

whet public curiosity, and fof our stalwart blows in a good cause entitle -

part we confess to a very,inquisitive of i
and gratitude
!t to the praise I '
CHAS. W. 1RVIN. Editor and M'rr. spirit on that subject. The editoA\ol all that growing hosty'of people hereIn i Begets enthusiasm which accounts for
the Tallahassee Sun ought to kno-
Florid& that is determined to rescue the ardor with which we are pushing
I more about it than Any one elsq Except { :
Entered at the Postoffice. Lire Oak himself the State from/the clutches of I
the Governor for wb.Ile
Florida., as Second Class Mall Mats I the Sun disclaims1 the role 9t an the liquor trade: The Metropolis The First National Bank
ter. November 7. 1905. tribute f
II I organ it is undoubtedly very: close well deserves this handsome

1 to the administration and 'its chief front the Pensacola Journal:

THE LITE OAK PUBLISHING COIPUy.j and we can generally tell pretty 7N. fire f.tht of the Miami Metropolis Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks ,

nearly how "the land lays'fin official for pobaibitlon Dade coun- Ii They are frequently inspected by of the Controller -

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be circles at Tallahassee br'consultingits ty furni ..s ?n example*that other I' of Currency, and are cared on to make -
mailed to part of the United pages. In the last Siifi Editor d _iiie3 might follow with each
1 any east c ast < : Si sworn statements to him five times year, hence '
that the "has
L'Engle Governor
States pastage prepaid for '5.00 says !! Its' rust. clt>an-cutl.nd un-
pro e:: l.l under the direct supervision of the National
$2.50 for six months not opened up fb him about himself ; they are -
per$1.25 year for;three months, or bO cents; and the senatorial ra\e," ,but Mr. an ',,Aerabie, a.h'ucacy of this 'great : I Government, and its the staongest on earth 1 II ,

for fire in advance. Delivered to sly m ral issue aUiidj out in strikingec :
weeks L/Engle goes on some very
i 1i
to any part of the city by significant things in ttuXvConnection ntrast to the position of most oft I Safest Banking,

carrier for 10 cents per week. which suggest very strongly,that we 'I e other eo-it coast papers, and itsexample Best Methods, l

may expect the Govtn6r'\v to bold hU is as refreshing as it is. in "for Up-to-date Service, f

If there is a better eekly paper In senatorial unbltion \in leash next t.J5 case exceptional." l Liberal Treatment. >

the State nun the/DeSoto County tear when cVe quest n of the Mallory 11 Conservative Methods. \

News, we'd n4/u> have it pointed succession*'11 be \ip. but to open The people of Oeala are making I
in full onVhe trail of Senator l 4 Banks. have
out.-PensacqraVpurnal. up cry preparations for that coming-out Always use the National They pros
The Newr is admirable Taliaferro the yea following This is I than all other in.
indeed an convention of the candidates for pered in greater numbers banking 1
interesting, if true and gives the
us
weekly and the goodSjjrk of Editor
State offices to be held in that city I stitutions.
prospect:: of *'high! old time" in 1.
Hare Is attracting wide attention
\ November 14 There will be a big 'II
."IorldaCor. two jelrs ahead. Brow Watch us grow, our profits are now as large: as
free feed for air\of them after<< the
ard hot oiv the trjdl of the senator- our capital was at our beginning.
The oldfcoldiers ofthe Confederacy gabfest is over, acid all the other features I f
ship, with\tm-e position from Talla-
who make Fraridc their home are necessary to )put the candidatesIn
gathering in Etraicola today in annual ferro ,and others, will make the con- a comfortable and hopeful frame ; FIRST NATIONAL BANK
test next year seem tame by comparison -
reunloof TheVe is nothing too of mind Bat as 34 we have heardof
and politics\ in the nearby com- ,
good for inese veterans and Pensa- only one \ them why'has announced -, I If Ifs.
mon wealths till pause to look on at
cola is just the kind of town to recognize his pupostd to zt'end. Gen- Live Oak Florida.
the battle 'rOyal: Will it be Auster- ,
that fact. eral GllchrJst, who""wan/l to be Governor -
litz or Waterloo for our Florida'
f dill be ihere.afed while he
Napoleon* Quien Sabe Any way : -$ -1-$ -s.---i-t-t-t
could wpU! entertaliiahe crowd, it is -$- --s.-s. ;
.
Neither' r. nor the
RoosevelJ it will be a mighty fine entertainment -
designed tV-be all-star combIna-
i agr
cheering crowds of Jfllsslsslpplans with not a dull line in it, and -- -- -- --- --
tion and there must be others to give
who gave him\enth astic welcome I we almost thrill in anticipation. The VISIT THE FOPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RES3RT
the eclaw to the occasion. We
proper
at Vicksburg seNjaW to miss the pre Sun says:
say eclaw"! because that is strictly
sence of Cove/fiat Vardaman who "Broward term expires January
ldea\so idem sonans" and it avoids disputation DOWLING PARK
hates the
Frf cordially on 1. 1909. and there will only be an
general principles tha\ he refused to Interval of about nine months before with the Franco-\merican editors :

be preset. Governor Vardaman the campaign for Senator in Tampa and Bartow I
to succeed !
WIT OOMN UPC THE wWA\rISE ftiVER
seems to have lost his rabbit's foot James P. Taliaferro This
opens up.
with the folks over that way will give the present Governor a Soldiering with the big guns at the i I Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages

chance to look after his private business forts is what our boys are learning

Strange to say Pensacola one of a little bit and then tackle the over at Pensacola this week It is HOT AND COt D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOO BEDS. *L"R0*
not easy work and here is very little WATER IN EVERY ROOM BILLIARD: TABLES, TELEGRAPH"!)
the leading cities of the State has no feenatorial fight if he really wants the
of the "pomp anti circumstance" PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES SHADY PAVSLLIONS. SOATt LT:
job, and no one, not Broward
military compan), ajid the Pensacola even

News is doing vil to agitate that himself knows at this time whetherhe about the it to tickle th fancy and thrill _RATES__I _REASONABLE__ __ __ asuLF'SCROECiionATLIYEOAIIIwTH W nwi
question and oncrage the enlistment wants it or not" girls but it is vtry necessary to I

of the oung m n in such an be Japs learned and otti if}r we fufrin"ate to Does repel wheT the I I ADDRESS PARK HOTEL. DOWLING PflRK. FLORlDfl! LIVE OAK

organization' A good niilitar) com- At least one of the saloon keepers
they drop their ana nors In of
\ range
pany is one of the best acts an up- in Miami has learned <
something from
the grim wall ol PC'
ns and Bar
to-date town can ha>e. the rcWnt prohibition t I'++H IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I M"H"i-M I I I I 111 H IIIIHI
election' in rancas The niore we Ao to bring the

that cltyyand understand/ that the regulars and Mate coops in sympathetic I.
The prohibitionists are busy cir- saloon buy ess has goyto be reformed touVh'w Uh each and fit themto -1907 i THE 1907--

culating their petitions for signatures if it hopXb to su/Cive, even in do effective woA. together the +
for ",,et electlo / Hm
a or dry n Crescent
spots in Florida, The Miami Metropolis longer do we postpone the necessity I Pharmacy
borough: couttvand roe Tampa ,
says: .Or a large starling army, and the -
Times says tnaVfronMfrebent Indica- I

tions it is1 lit ely tfcanhe election will Joe EarmaaAhe whiskey leader, abroad Letter are and we foes,guarded at home against foes I I j I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
tt/ in conversation wit\a Metropolis
be called for first month in the representative -
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New Year. esterda said: \\e are
c. Kubenstein i The Prescription Drug Store.
ready to let you people>rf meaning the returned yesterday .
from Quit an, Ga, wjiere he has
The Ocala Banner discovers in the prohibitionists) name yout own terms .
I een to viwKhis dau -titer.\ Mrs Louis + I +-v..
following a peculiarly strong reason as to how the saloons sh\ 1 be regulated +
azarus He vas /accompanied by + '
why M non county should in line and we will see that H'ev are + I
gei Irs Kubt-nsteiVXho remained in + ____ t __ _
with the revailing sentimfnt of the carried out." luitman for ayile. They found a : +

State and\ te out the sAloons: \ ew visitor tor the\ daughter's home t It makes nodi f '; It maLf'I"'U. j

i "Then. tooY if all th 'communities lloke Smith is frequently spoken when they arrived, \t was a fine girl :;: Ct'rt'nt.h- I ferrncr e6i ...

In Tlorida wo\ d vot# of as the 'nd-lr \ blankyourda', blank jonr***
dry, which running mate for Mr Hobenstein as proud as a
: for writes}'ourlirfMriiitioiMin t tar H ritr9j'"'
-i seems likely an* pace Marion wet Bryan on the Democratic presidential ; r could possibly beJrVov +

Ocala will be overwhelmed with barrooms ticket next j'ear We suspect that )lr. randlthf i Ytecantillthent'r: r- Ilrt'l't'riptiol"\\l"C"anIlIl U"* ,

and wilV itVact to it \.;l..,. Bryan is quit willing,' from the way ,, -, ...... :+: 'orrt'.tI i 'tarred ly.
President Rpo<=evel\ describes as"undesirablarcitizens he talked aboufvllok in hist1anta.. 'T' .; ; \

:\ 'ho will keep speech Saturdav\ H + r r
f out the Lore desirablones, and distinguished! Georgia : j & Ii

t: cause ma/y who are already with us Of him let me sav| as it wa said + .- G

to abandon us and seek homes where of Ulysseshen' :itas asked how DISCRIMINATE.lo i It

;t different conditions exist. \ Marion be would be known! I was answered Where .You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled **

i county cannot afford such a distinction. that he need not be JOinted out to YOVAREtl Reasonable Prices.I .

1; ." know him. When jour see the towt r- r us fill your piwncriptx>n and sell your drug store articles. Vt'e c.rr> a..''"**jjjl
f I 1rM'of fmh and reliable foods. Bring us your prescnolxm t.. fill *'r 11 I' minxtly
lag form of jour governor, it is not : at lowest price Phone us your ordtr. Prompt ant reliable stun.IV5 I
I I f-
f From a setting of gorgeous necessary to point Mm out. His I / i ,lSvPER' l"HOINt2 INo 22OI

!; rhetoric and superlatives of praise brain Is even bigger; than Ids tower- The Crescent Pharmacy

which no mere human being ever deserved Ing form his heart even larger, and ,

1'"e rescue the following from his moral"' courage greater than all t LIVE ')AK, FLORIDA.P. .

John Temple Graves' welcome to three .
-
William J, Bryan to Atlanta the other .- ----- i : S. Use ktcher's" s 66" for Chills and Fe;er. ISo Cure, 'No P*.. \><.

day LooX out for a sensation next Sunday the election of
\ your personal effects, .. H H' H > II I I I I 1111 I I 1 ; H' 11 IH I I H I I I IPARTY +*
"For else long sears as stormy, fo on that date the FeaUcola whether apparel or jewelry, you will

strenuous and eventful as any citizen 1 Journal re to reveal the iden *\' of appreciate the ULTRA ExcirsivraEss of
I
ever spenV speak nt incessantly : that great unknown who wouLi make .

writing con. antly, aid always in an ideal (\ndidate for GvernorReproducing I THE I' TICKETS i !

the full blaze publicity, this man what the Democrat had. I

lives today befor the world withouta to say on t\e subject tide Journal i HOWARD

stain upon\Jils \cha cter or a adds: .' I WATCH ++- :une 0.. U DOM ling Park on sale dailyat ..

shadow upon thVsignaF purity of his "\\e really ftad no idea that such! rate of SO cents round trip *rth

public and private living- No enemyin an innocent littPb proposition would i ,,,4t+.+,+.4. Minimum of ten fares. Call on F*ti!

all the\ t has found call for such an ex be/ant outburst as I I III '
epuc een to Let us present the newest ..... t I I 1 I tAetAsent Phone! 152 for
smirch the fair Vscutiieon on whichis our Live Oak conteVrporarv has given 'lu.ltrJn. further informatwnWE .
i models for your inspectionWe t I 1 I I I I I I ,
f ,writ the record or/an open and a expression to, but \yway the thing _- W A'

noble life Fifo Ing/his convictions will keep for a fow Avs-until next carry all other makes

e bravely in the face of all his generation I Sunday at least /For t\e informationof [1 also Our Repair Departmentis .....>>. *..!> y..h .V f'vWw+.... Cor'I,

and battered with a thousand our Inquisitive conte porar, how- SELL INOTIII ':G S2.XCE.tT

controversies of conflicting thought, ever, the Journal will \ay that the complete. Call and see us. TNI
Health and Accident InsuraI\oe.
during all these years, his loftiness of man it has La mind is noV a,residentof lit

_ thought his sincerity of purpose and EseambiA county but\lives between RADFORDThe Annual.Seroi-Annoal. Quarterly or Month Prem urns. n...

:E: bis truth In speech have remained Ed I/ambia county *'nd, the PITTS & McEWEN, General Agents, LIVE OAK, If Per

unimpeached and unquestioned by ApalachJcola river Now guess awhile Jeweler P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in N rtH F1-jrid3.

friend or foe will you*" IIVC OAK. fLA t..i.lell.t....., .a. .' HO-,
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THE StrWANXEE Utl'IOCR.T.nUXESU.Y.. OCTOBER SI: 1007.

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how Great Is Mandy Technique."And 'nn. getlng on Live Oak & Gulf R. R. Co.

he Proof fs ? JheCompara'on1IIIiiiI with her music, slta;!"" Perry

"Fine! Why we have the great- :

est difficulty in convincing.the neigh
The Mineral Springs Routes .
haven't "
bors that we .. got a pianola.

Puck. ._
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sorND EAST aot"JID

8C8NII. i Napoleon Bonaparte 254 Cia.. 71157 CLL58 Ci.'IlEnuu: fSST t'LA58 tat clue.

Fit Prt EFFEl't iVE yrt Fit
showed, at the battle of Austerliti, and and )Pass' PauPass Pass Pass' AUG. 18, 1907 Pass'Peas Psss Pass Paaaand +and
Pass''Pass i Pans.Pass
he was the greatest Leader In the -
Pfl i i ;
world. Dallard's Snow Liniment has A A.M P.M M P.M !A'M A.M P.M P.M P.M P .
TATIriany (/
shown the public it is the best Lini
e: Sun Sun Sun Des Sun jD es D e. Sun So. Sun Dai17 ei
m'nt.ln the world. A quick cure for _Sunday 1 ony only only Sun only Sot nn .ly t.nly only Sunday
Lye Lve, Lve i ve Lve Lve Lve Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar
Rheumatism, Sprains, Burns. Cuts, -
- -- -- -
T 43'11 10i 8 11 1 2 ( S Live Oak...... ..... '10 2s Il 50 6 i5 900 125 s to
etc. A C. Pitts Rodessa. La., says: 8 Oo 11 3ui 5 t It1 30 21' s Is _..Starr_....... 10 11 3o a 57 s s'2 o be
t "I use Ballard's Snow Liniment 1011 3b. t211 z S .. Mercer....... .. ,,1n 01 11 254 553 537 355 S !!
in my .15114090 1131' Z 5 _Flatt.. ..... 9 6ri 11 as Ste 834 560 5
family and find it unexcelled for sore 8 3011 5o, 9 15 11 4. 232 b l- .-.Lancaster. 9475112 S C 8 SS 335, 5 10

chest headache, corns, in fact for 9 OP L 2aI 9 11 55 00 S 4 ...... Dowling Park W 11 06 2 V S 1 5 18 3 15 3 40

301 .. ..... .... .. .. t
120. .Chancey .
anything that can be reached by 9 0512 9 404 S 1 5 1O'7 2 1 525 S 08 305313
a 9 IO u 35 9 11l 1 ll 5 b' ..-.Mayo Junetion y 10 59 sin s is 800 300, 3 OS
whose and and liniment. Sold Suwannee 3201 9 4 4 1 -.Dal... .. 5t1 255'
Particular people pride name by Drug 9 9 4 .... ..
4 655 913104( b Ott 243
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9 4 9 44 4 6 1 wnsend. 9 70 3! S 01 2 40
pride in product goes into their stationery have Co. oct-dw I. 10 14 i 4: 6 25. .Smith... ... 8 4110 14 4 4 2 2S10w
10 Fe I !
5 01 64i' 829 9 b4 425 207
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Bond of for 10 4 5 1 7 Perri. 8 1s 9 19 150 1
preferred Coupon (irrespective price Many Are Eligible."I 10 11 lb S 7 1 Hampton Fprinls 8 05 30 W 1 301

over fifteen years. hear shft has 'joined a new MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.
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society. '.
the hurry of today but the old slow "What is it?" "- r.M'' r.M I r.M, P.M P.'"
cheapening care- I
Not
I Lye I Lve I I LYe I AI' AI'U
ful methods that make for firmness and perminance are "The Society ,! Daughters of Ex- 32! ,,1 lGi I I S 43. ..... Mao Junction..._. 8 00 Zln41i 55
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plorers Who Have :\Iad ,a Dash for %; S 55. .. ........ Dell ,..... .. ._ J. P"I 150 2 40
I Its beau- :
still used in making fUP@( ) { ( (5)f3D) ( the Pole."-Milwaukee SE'nUnel.Foley's 12 56 !12 25. f <6<; O'Z ........ .P.eersoa. ......... '7 44 2 32
tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness and Bracing _I its I_'1'2 351!_,_J ow; ...... ....,..M.YO..._........ 2- 220

make distinctive the de I t nl '12 401 I 6 1'7'' .... ....Alton....... ..... '7 30 2 \5
it only
qualities a paper-but Kidney Cure will cure any
A.MtP.M AM r.M r.M P.M P.Mt A.M A.M r.M P.M P.M P.' r.M
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luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. I case of kidney trouble that is not beyond 1 -
D u'D u Sun Sun :Sun 'It ex S-.1ft I Pei Sun Fun curs Sun D e= D et
Write your letters so that they will compel a read- medical aid. City Pharmacy Sun I un :iUnly Only Unly Sun Unh-I I Sun On y Only Only Only Sun asI

ing-write them onto I oct-dw' 3 I 7 \ 5 I 1 i 1] I 2 1214 6 16 4 8

scheduled
.
Didn'tVrory Him. s Regular stop. Trains to connect with Seaboard Air Line and
@ @ (WfrJ@OO OO@ {Q) Atlantic Coast Line. For further information as to schedules and connections
V I Kindly Old -Don't all those call on any ticket agent.

make fired J. LIE KXSHJX President. I P. )Iana
papers yqa my boy? : HOPKINS.Traffic er.
strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing I
Little Xov I doesn't read
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o/Tftfi/ fS fMlfr costsnoymorethan
YJf11? i 'em, sur.-Punch.
'::)\ )\ \ lE> UJlHother = 1 I FLORIDA RAILWAY

good bond paper3-but no other bond poper will serve A'
1'1 If you take DeWitt'llI Kidney and
you as well- Time Table No. 20
Bladder Pills juu will get prompt

I--TU COUPON BOND-book Khnwinz- Amer ican Writing Paper Co.l.arse..t I I relief from backache, weak kidneys, Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. M., 1907.
.anoou wtlwhlA-ftm h.>:I.\,1 eUI< | inflammation of the bladder and
ali fcjw dray tha ffit prints nt-1 Manufacturer* of the Commercial SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
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; READ 001"1. CENTRAL TOIL. RUO tIPo..L
wt *.A *nt. uj aa your bauaesi i for 35 cent Sold by Live Oak:
tarW .L 29 Mills. HOLYOKE ;MASS. --- -
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| Drug Co. oct-dw I Mats No. ? / Loe.1Oaa'y
and \ liT A rlus I Mail, f'Allfht
Except I Exl'rt'IIlI.. ';sp!and//Daily Esm.Aav.
V Safr. __I.ly. t Dail C'ept OlunI
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C "Edgar is a ylendid fellow Isn't 710 .a DI, 431) p m'Lv..._... .._.Live Oak_... ... .._".Ar.I10 1\8 a DI 54/1 p..
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LATEST NEW ORIGINAL he?" Xj 7 a a m' 4 U pm Ly._. .. ...I'W1u_..__. Lv.l10 30 a \II" rl p..

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DIXON Picture Postcards I It I from.-life/ \ 0 00 a mi; 5 2") p pm 1....__.._..._....wrlmarth............ ._... ...._.Ar. .7 a m no' ZO p.pm
M. "10 ,16.0.162. pm .._._.._....__. ...River....... ...__.Ly. Iii> a \II 4 IS p..
L. 1 1I t ..... .Norwood. .. ... ...1.y. 4S
t Any View, Anywhere Out of Sight. i *' : :1& i E :::t y:=::.:.:...........:::...:::::...Mayo.Mayo....::..::::::::.=:::=..-...... :...Ar.Lv. : 37 3s a a a E in ::

DENTIST. II 2SII' 5 4' mi t.y_ .__........_...tan wire' ............._. .__.. L. I t11:1: L/ P m
Made p "
I to Order For "Out of sight, out of mindis an I1 3o SF p m LL. .... .... .... .. ...Salt Rud .... .. .................. .L,. 2S a m fir. p m
AND : DKIIXJE Half A Cent Each i i i 12 (0 10 p m Ly.=. .. ........ .. .. ...Aakold.. .... :..: :...... ....:.L.. os a m 00 p m
tm'vt'ONTI.CROWN : old saying which applies with special 12 In ; ; i 17 1... ..... .. ...:.. ...: : ;Lt. i i a 25
SPECIALTIES. Copied from any photograph or print forwardedto I force burn that's 24) 11 2? D p m mILv............... .. ..... ..::..:.. :. ... .... ..:.::........_.......... 53 a m nt 30 p p m mt2
WORK : with to a sore, or wound It .5) pm' 31 p n.I..n...... ............ ...........nOOllow.'......... ........._.....Lv. 8 ..'> s m t 2VII
the order.
us Name of party orderingwill .. .. ..
be imprinted on each card as publisher, with I: been treated with Bucklen'srnlca 12 50 p m m,16 6 :; :to miAr:t.v.:::::::::::::::::-..::.: ::::::..lienmark.Perry...:::::.: :..: : ::::--t:: :: : :: : :: : 50 40 :mIlls m
BROOME addresa. Postcards reproduced and delivered Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind -
I.E.. within 10 days from receipt of order, copy and I' and out of existence" files too and Luraville Branch
description of scene-for which a maximum of 50
words is allowed. Phetosimile and I'hototype chilblains disappear under Its healing Between !.urln iIIt' and Wilmarth.

ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed witheut influence. Guaranteed by Barclay & East
charge, in return for name and address of party .:ll I I Bound.
UVK 0.\1(. : FLOKIDA. requesting" specimens,writen on any kind of a Groover druggists. %5e. oct-dw l v .. Witmarth. ......... ... ......
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.*nartias ta aU the courts of the State. Spec Picture Postcard or your business stationery. 1W ; : : m1Ar. ::::..::=::==:=::::::::::. LarasSle. _.

MsttoMM given to Conveyances. Collection per cent to!.i) per cent PROFIT Taking Orders AU On Hand.
tf*M a. Eli AU busineiM promptly attended i and Selling"AMERICAN"tirade Mark LOCAL I Alton Branch

la KOTAIT: Pi'suc ST&TK AT LARGE. VIEW Wholesale PICTURE D.stributor POSTCARDS.and Manufacturers'Agent One Exclusive I The ti ugh train from the west ltf'h'f')111'" and .\tton.tautI .
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[Photographer, Dealer. Jobber. Local Newsp.perPublish..r West
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where the overland flyer" from the

DR. J. W. WEST town and village.or Printer LIBERAL[WANTED EXCLUSIVE in every CON.city, I east was to paV it. ::: : ml n;l.v Ar.:::.::::.:::.:::....::.::.:. ::......::.........:.::_:::..Alton.P.t.:::::::.:::::.....::.:::..::::.:::..::::...:::::l:: I ::!:: miO o.

TRACT Write for terms. TEN Handsome Arkansan "What is thXpopulation of your fl'II"t-: :;::: :
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Physician and Surgeon. Photosimil and Phototype Picture Postcard.1 Trams n h !ultd to ith Sralcard e t U and and Atlantic Coast Lin. northbound
wJl; be sent to any a.1.1...." on receipt of village' asked oi\ of the passengers."I at Live Oak For informatton n-gardirx: rates .-<:h'lulfS and corrections apply to
t T. P AI 'T"? Soprrinterdrnt. f' P. WOOL "AItD,G. F. & P. A. ;
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e : Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue. FIVE[:=c..] STAMPS. don't said the station -

Residency at Ethel Hotel.ftias American Photocolortyp CompanyNot agent; "but if y Nir train doesn't

:(Oftc*. No. 168. Inc. lUprwluctkmft fur Any Purptnie t
*.M4.--. Nua. Z3 or 16f. Process. I you'll have tone to count 't'IU for WE CARRY 'r

brag Stun CBareI.ty" Grover) NV I". 337 Dearborn St. fhiCJ ;l). ?froac yourwlf. .They're all herat the

Harrison 1691.Makers I de|o."-Chicago Tribune.
Flour Meal Coffee Rice
Ctl3wwr.. F. io:. THOMASUN Grain, Hay, Sugar, ,
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BROWN & THOMASON. or.rldu..P.ootcanl.Calenierx. Pictures.fur c.oIorp..toSw.cralhs. Newspaper Art oc- i'I Be\\'ltt'li Carbonized Witch hazel Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can

Supplement M* 'I Goods Paper Bags etc. in sto :
tiuns de Luxe P etures for Framinif. Art St..l..... ,
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or rvpr'Klurt.]) ( any t \lrp'' in any quantity Will keep on hand most of the winter Apples
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from lOW up. W fci rates la big ones. Sold by Live Oak Dru ; ..
I Company. oct-dw Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges.

I.nIOA[, ; : FLORIDA several of flour
We have on hand now cars

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WALL PAPER Smith -Kxruse me. Jones, but may cash.

I ask how you manage to have such
When in need of anything in line call
our on or
delicious things to s'et' r
When in need of nice wall paper -
LaxativairruilSyrupPIcasant i Jones-It's 'q lI$ simple. I always !- write us for prices.Thanking .

call on II. H. PETTY, atCUNTON. I kiss the cook before dinner, and our customers for past patronage and .1
hold her on toy, knee after dinner.
.& MttK'S MARKET.L. to talc I Smith-Bat what does your wife soliciting a share of your future orders, Ii(

-- The new laxative. Does I ls ay? We are .'

A. Cll\WForm, Joeeo-Oh. ahe\ doesn't object.
not gripe or nauseate. I She's the eook.-Brooklya Life.

"t PCBL1C Office STENOGRAPHER Upstairs, Cures stomach and liver II I Live Oak Brokerage Commission Co.

I Take something BOW and then t.i
CttUrnj Hank Building troubles and chronic con-

WE OAK .;. .... FLORIDA. : help the stomach.: Kodol will do this .4 OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT! DEPOT tofo
..- stipation by restoring the | It is a combination of natural digest-
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T. natural action of the stom- | ants and vegetable acids and con- \ t:It."L': Mi 't ; :tn..' aif' t ;i.i :\ j"' '! '" I:'".... 'fir, "1Ate tteir head-
J. LYLE j talus the same juices found in a hea'thy '; .i.trt'rw' .1' thi- i. .

ach, liver and bowels. '! stomach. It is pleasant to tak.> .
Practical I -
Refuge
"tCHMAKER AND JEWELER __h ____ _-____ -- Oak Drug Co. oct-d Use the best Brick in the State.ITS
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! c... Tear's experience In most cases consumption results -\ --- cj

i Itofor Watches: always on h'lo.t. from a neglected or Improperly It is hard 'fO nderstand how so ,

th( treatt-d cold. Foley's Honey and Tar many people gk_ through this world MADE !,\ I r

and without every reftUy doia ganythlng 't
obstinate coughs
cures the most


-B N PRESSINfi CLUB I you prevents no more serious than results.the unknown It cost preparations | BvWitfs Kidney and Bladder Pills I 1 The[ Callahan Brick Co., Callahan. Fl :. I ,j

: backache, weak kidneys, and
'st work and you should insist upon iflieve
oc short noticd. baying the genuine in the yellow :lamination i of the bladd: r Sby -> .! I I
St \V. II. Goodbreud Live Oak Fla. Gen'l( Agtfor[ Live Oak. l
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c ;; ?f WOOD, Chairman Finance ,
H. M. COA.;
President.
J. B. BARTON
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ftI.J. BlUME, IstVice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER Cashier. 'i'
' .D. L. BYRD 2nd Vice-president. .
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t THE CITIZENS' BANK OF LiyE_: OAR;.


,, I A BANK OF STABILITY \A/E SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAC. ',, ,

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i Looking Prosperous

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you to wear our Hart Schaffner & Man


clothes; such clothes increase your business
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i (t y find that the knowledge that you're wearing;
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= i J'I ; cotton, will be worth, something to you.


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?.Bread. Rolls, -Pies and Cakes j ; : I

L ( and Fresh all the Every products Day. of Courteous a first-clas treatment bakery. :I Ei:I Ii L.:
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J. RUBENSTEIN. Proprietor. !! I ; ;' .,1 : We have bought a better line of clothing for Mea} !
( / ,fY,:-. l\ : Young Men and boys, than ever before. All the 1 Utest
j r I 01 E .!::, : shades of browns, grays and mixed. -' V.
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Fun, fast and:furious is'the watchword : of the Klan" scene I\ shown In the 'V I
.... when "Jlenry F. Willard's second and the audience go crazy I! 1\1; i The Lawrences' Model Made Clothing. -I
Comedians" opn their engagement with enthusiasm Qther plays to be 1
of three nights and special matinee j'presented during Ithl9 engagementwill 'I t i ; : They fit like tailor made garments. {!\
commencing tomo ow night, at the i' be "Faust.*/ "He Could Not E 'i .:. j : We have a strong line of Youths and Boys suits',
Auditorium. One of the best companies "
Marry Two
$ they play principally comedies of II Ili and'h-class"Buster, fashionable Brown'sHoliday" I HI ;., 1\ j made good and strong for wear. :!\j
class and. during the time I
the better
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given
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'' 1 they are in a city, (he town is talkIng well as the farijous moving pictures acts as v i Take a look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they&,!
of the clever/ comedians and and Illustrated Songs. I BI i fine.
comediennes this popular manager Tickets may ndw be had at Butl"rBrog. I
carries.The opening play/ will be the great* The., which LlllipuUons\ill are\elling appear fast. at :y ::- i COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU. :
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comedy drama, The White Caps every performance a\d after the Saturday -
or "The KuKluKlan," founded on i I matinee will h Id a specialcquaintance I
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tte famous Sout ern fraternity that: reception to make the of I EEl S. J. WIHTE GENTSj
existed during an after the war The th- Lire Oak theat goers who I FURNISHER.
play is full of go d, rich comedy and :desire to meet them.
keeps the audie: ce in a continual : The prices for this gagement will I
roar from curtain to curtain.' Sensa- be at, night, :Sc, 35< SUe and .5c.
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