Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00165
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lrr"ent > petition Ended
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York, 23.-There was a '" St. Louis, MoOc> 23.-With

tarp turn ofSentiment in financial every balloon r/cing: record broken,

quarters late today, renewed confidence the second Int /naU .l cup COm _ti-

In local banking institutions tion, which st/rted rqhi St. Lout on

taklBg the place of the panicky feel- Monday,*end/d today Nnlh the German -

Ug that hasN. threatened solvent art balloo /PommoHy winning Mm

.oorea and demoralized the stock exchange prize for th/ longest Hi ht The Isb

for the pasTfew days. To- ". 44k4'f of the race/was so close, how fer,

eight those financiers hose deliberate that the French conthsant "L'llsle

opinions are most highly esteemed DeFrancewhich ended at fl10

by the public, expressed the conviction I o'clock this afte Noon' at Hnlerts-
that the worst was over and ille, N. JK, a few miles from tie Atlantic -

tfcat out of the present chaos a condition co t, roaj possibly be decided
more Ita "'efr{han has for some ut ". winner after o.. al measu meat
are completed. Th a landed -
due rtisted. wasfcrapidly shaping Itself ,
1 f at 9 o'clotlc this iSt ni jt As-

Many o Pt e ,an ng men who had I bury Park, N. Y appareqtl A a few

labored aim ,day nd night recently miles further froth. t. Lois than

that the I rl of yc-w York'g'lautlal iubertsTllH' /
InsUt is misfit be main- R Another rman" balloon, the
talMd. went \ early/his evening, uesc1dorff, stands third I,,'the race.

MtUfied t'' at UE ted/Louses, which American entries ifinished fourth, fifth
b4 bewa Dd ''ortly of support, /1A41iPJ ; and eighth, Mjille\a third! German

... bees f tiff ag/Inst incipient team finished irstJt' another Frenchteam
sevens The one English balloon -
n.. or 0 se ontl gencies. Ser i.a -

.. .Iade min w have met the \VY////M a ; %F r Ir'/ entered PommornVas f Jl fir short 6f the race.
stem is lOb moot left their offices The piloted by Oscar-
W. lDonlng nd chatting with atssenl $ a-N Ebesloehe aided fcy II. II. Clayton

bean that spoke volumes while Alfred Le Blanch and. Edgar!

M those who 'e accustomed to read W. Mix sailed the L'Isle DeFrance.

U. I'W' of he s reet in the faces of The unofficial estimated air line
U. bit" tae flight of the Pommorn is 880 miles

'nf'fal f ctor contributed to this and that of the L'Isle DeFrance Is

.ba,. of eltng. First and foretae.t.sea 75 miles. The Duescldorff third
th determination reached v landed near Dover, Del., Is estimatedto
have covered 790 miles: The official -
%nl>; by men Agreat Influence In the
budal wor I )nd where probity is measurements will be completedby
the geological of United
'MmtioBtdafrty restore confidence, survey
....,. nd prevent panic. b States government at Washington.
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--0....) THE AIR Tl'BE IJHOKUknd

.\ Sponge Diver at Tarpon Springs
Attets Cotton .\oodat1ol1pplit'4 !Snake' lliddcn Valdosta.Valdost ONE LONE COTTON MILL
WM Strangled In Gulf.
Kr Charter Through; Phi'.Mont. VERY DESTRUCTIVE HUE{ -- -- -
llarvie Jordan. ( Times.) i I.. All That Egyptould: IV IU\alto (Tampa News, 22d.)

(Atlanta Journal 22d.) The Tints has already published: --- South In Cotton Grossing, Death far beneat.aters of
an account of the] purchase of the old j Can Show. ;,'the Gulf of Mexico acc 1Ung to Capt.
At Tin w \\toss <',\FACTOIIY
application which has
recently Talley place I/-: Mr. W. F. Bamber- Washington Oct. 22.--The unprogressive Sam Hope, was, several'.days ago, the
bsvt filed{ by Harvle Jordan a nd at a legal sale a few days ago. I I ntlXEn I state of Egyptian cotton tragic fate of rf GreeWsponge diver

Mbers, petitioning the superior court Within th> past few days Mr. Bam- I j milling is forcibly illustrated in a re- employed at TarponSp rings.

st filton county for incorporation att berg has botn busily engaged in havI -' port received by this governmentfrom The Greek, with a -arty of his fellow -

fovthern Cotton assoclatioja ,,deMU ,-the place cleaned up and having loss f mam[ AT $350,000 W. A. Graham Clark, its special countrymen, wls diving for

the first step which the assodaUoa some imprmantaajs i made with a > (rade.agent.! who is now in Egypt. sponge at a point 00 .br 50 miles off

takes as a lecalied tody in view to mo\rng In\'there. The place I Mr Clark states that cotton manufacturing Tarpon Springs, and was therefore
the treat work which it'has cut out had been vacant f pr several months \nnouncttl Init Rebuilding Will is not a promising Industryin working at great>d pth. The tube

lot Itself In the cotton Industry of the and the yard and arden had grownup (X>mmenre at Once that country as there is only one through which the min. as given air,
talk. .
with weeds and bushes. It offereda \ cotton mill in Egjpt Egypt is behind by some unknomrxqscident, broke.
Tie association has been in exls pretty quiet place for snakes and. f I all other C9tton-prt>duclng coun-' Immediately tbereajtir a small flood

*Dc* for nearly three years having from accounts ic seems that they Waycross. \
eta organized In January, 1905 took advantage nf It. plant of the Avantic, yar and Manufacturing other couritr s being to establish of the Creeks fving apparatuson

i ijs organization It has been in While the cleaning up process was Company, 10 fated here, was mills near the\otton fields a mission of death.

t operation, establishing ItIB going on. seven topper head moccasins almost totally dVstro/ed by fire this .,The sole oto>n -t't'Q' in Egypt: The unfortunate man immediately
sdt Jha confidence of the cotton were killed most of them around evening. n' ,- re started In one of is, hat of the .gltf-ERyptidn! sp: s- signalled those Above to haul him to

Vtsrs this section of the country the potato bank. f Two ground rattlers the foundries and only the dry kiln, sing and .\V tying/Compan whkh the surface ""hlcttJ,hprrdid with all

tor. bat It Bws not heretofore applied were killed.jone of them haying offices and store houses were saved. has 20.0oVvsp\nnefc and 000; looms possible speed. Tneir'w ffcir s were In

charter met its deathl/this morning. The The loss is estimated at $350.000. I in its plant 'vi A xandrla. In the vaIn, however, as the man 'died of
Tbt petition for incorporate n others were kilt d within the past with $:jO.OO( insurance. Rebuilding : early part of the nineteenth century strangulation before reaching the surface

**.s that the ass iatio will not be week. I will commence at once.- there were several cotton mills hi Ills body was brought ashore

3tI 'tkat**dicted for vise o( gain and Besides 'these nakes. a large rat- .-- Egypt before the present variety (It yesterday morning, following which

flat it .H1 hat\ no capital stock and tle snake was killed! on the lot below IMIl'MAN T.UII'HrfUJ: Egyptian cotton bad 1 been evolved the impres"fix ui.' rat services of the

"JkeVnera\obJecf and purpose there a few }days ago. These -- --- These did not have much sureaa-t Grecian church w held lathe little
s eorp ratlob an J its auxiliary snakes had probably crawled there Alumlon Her 11..11'1... l:'1110-1- soon disappeared. Teu years ago determined edifice erKthf f(\\ worship of

l1 br1cth aha to promote social because the place was vacant and Fount It In t1'eetii.. efforts were made to bring God by these *>ttaa er" in a strange t

t use among Us members, fac the weeds and gave them pro (Tampa Times. 22d.) the cotton mills to the fields of Egypt, land." .. i
bra the la Interchange of opinions and tection. But were they came from A Cuban boy snake hunting in the but once again! there has been failure, Capt. li4'pe states that there artfully I'
Deference to the protection, is a mystery. grass and weeds bordering the Sea- and but one mill survives 2,000tf(:eks\now employed In
k r tti* [sad handling of the cotton inJJJJ" .... board tracks Nineteenth street and the sponge: Industry-. at-- Tarpon

taroaghout the cotton growing NATIONAL 1'KOIIIBITION I (1)\- second avenue yesterday found a I l'f" CI.\XS AUE fiATIIKRINRAt Springs, and that a majority are ,

lrtteet. iM to foster, promote and VENTION. : small boy baby, .apparently about six i forced to operate forty or fifty miles ,.,
the fruit growing, stock weeks old lying in the weeds, covered Ta IahasMxAll the Talk is of from shore because of the devasti- &

hW41att1 corn raising, and all other May Meet In Atlanta Next Year t'n- with ants, and all drawn up in \ Extra: SeIc>n. tion of the sponge beds closer in.

1ttarsl 11nterests and pursuits of ..ideration. agony lie notified Mr and Mrs A. Taliah see, Oct i2.-Gov. Bro- These b-ds will recuperate within a
s der Can
setthlra states." E. H. Frazier I A. Gill..Uebo" live close by, and ward is stul non-cojhmitul, at leas few years, however If I left alone.
# !St 1 application as attorney. Atlanta Oct. 2_".-:-Charles R. they took the htie fellow into their publicly. on\he siJiject of an extra '--- -

Jones, chairman of the.National Prohibition house and did eVfcrythiig possible to session, but Infiications point tan Ir.anon-I>'z..man.,

y con rrrtcr.T14 Committee, .- peared beforea restore it. Their effort were rewarded early call. \/umber of senators, Last night at the residence of thebride's

ybar Qns erly Conference committee ot.prom ent citizens at and the little\ fellow revived. It representatives aa* well-known politicians parent .''ln Antloch/Slmon L

VM Oak L h list church will the Chamber, of vomtoerce today and is probable that if it had not been discovered arrived /t tV> capital yesterday Bracnrn and -Ml Susi/ Bozeman

utlt. ttu; tonight at ?:30 discussed with then/ what AtlantA $iy the boy it would have been afternoon.,fend a\ cry interesting were united In m riag/ The Rev.
A dead in a\. while/because it was gathering of Important J. B. /
a tai sett dance of the would have tbdof> get the national bo.r.t. personage Mikel lcia nb. The young
4 ested. leports from prohibition.contt' /ion next year. The nearly gone wlien found. The little was held at ye Leon lasXnight The people are botV The Intioch settlement c
ts of Churc one is evidently of American parentage general Imiyesslon is that omething andN avi a la Are number of :
workwill committee
h Atlanta has taken and is well formed. He is rest- interesting the public is V>out to friends who Jofn with the Democrat l

sad the official board consideration the matter of makingan Ing easy this afternoon, and gives i be given out-and what so likely asa In wishing them a long and happy t

year will be elected offer. every evidence of recovery. call for an extra session? married life.

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I LIVE OAR DAILY DX3IOC&U' 1I1nSn.\\. OCTOBER ".4. 1907.


K. B. Broward, Governor I
American and Wife Had Brief,Experience -
(I. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State.
as Suspected
Wm. V. Knott, Treasurer.A. .
St. Petersburg Oct 21.-Willlatt RO Kai
C. Croom, Comptroller.W. .
English Walling of Indianapolis, his
II Ellis, Attorney General
wife and his sister Rose
B. E. McLln, Commissioner of Agri-
Strunsky, arrested and
culture.W. Ife.a
taken to Jail because of

M. Holloway, State Superintend their associali the members of i

ent Public Instruction. the Finnish ogressive party, were

Ernest Amos, State Auditor.W. released this vening. The police fiT
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B. Saddler Assistant Auditor. found nottln among the papers of ,

the trio to waXant detaining j I
SUPREME COURT.T Xo conditions arxattacbed |!

release, but Mr. an \ Mrs. Wallingand :
M. Shackleford. Chief Justice; Rock
< Miss Strunsky intoid to leave St. j By universal testimony Red
A. W. Cockrell, J. B. Whitfield
Petersburg on Wednes aYe They say ;: _
Fenwick Taylor, R. C. Parkhill, W. they hue practically finished their ) Fruit Punch has been awardedthe =

;4 A. docker, Associate Justices. work in Russia. All/heir papers and palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and .

RAILROAD COMMISSION. manuscripts have /een restored to success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance .

them. with the following:
}{. Hudson Burr, Chairman; N. H. The officials th/s evening expressed -

Butch, J. L. Morgan. Royal ,C regret at the/arrest, which they FORMULA
(Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests)
Dunn say was ordered upon the report of
Secretary. 8 6 LEMONS 1
as overzealous spV who had been
shadowing the Fin 'sh revolutionistswith 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE

DISTRICT. associated. The two women prisoners Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar,

._ Frank Clark. were confined far the twentyfourhours allow to stand for hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. in a priso overcrowded with pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add

young women nn-olutlonists. They the four of Red Rock.
II. II Palmer, Judge.
were conducted t
Cary A. Hardee, State's Attorney. by ten feet but thej said this even-
ing they had suffered no especial discomfort -

COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. during their arrest. They -

B. Johnson State Senator. told anius'ng tales of the laxness of out by drug business,I j . . . . . . . .."

Russian prison discipline. 1"---my health, ask all who 1 ,

MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE e to come as soon as+!I 'f'1 THE FAMILY SHOE STORE. 1 1
SENTATIVES. Henry P. XVillanl Comedians Tonight I'
I possible and pay their accounts M "
at tiut .\uditonum.To 1
W. R. Dorman. W. .
H. McClellan.J.
I am anxious! to pay all the : 1 t Think what It mew
show the henry F. Willanl, outstand-I o That Is what we an ;t
ing accounts against the :
N. Conner, County Judge. manager, has enlightened his class of 4. Our reason is because U 1N I

J. W. Bryson. Clerk Circuit Court.J. attractions this se son, he has takena Drug Co., and get off for a while fore : { the "Our Family" line of :
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II. Rickerson, Sheriff.! step farther than any other man- h ''alth Respectfully I "Star Brand Shoe .t 1
G. B. Lord, Treasurer.J. ager has ever attempted by adding to W. II. BKLL : s have a shoe for every

N. Meeks,. Tax Collector.A. his company one of the latest European i I t I 1. nien.ber: : of evi.ry faally. :

D. Hemming, Tax Assessor.J. sensations In/ securing Captain Getting Right. 1 1b .:. OS to l..ve all your fo-afy 1Il
George Laible and Miss! Annie :Nelson "
t shod ec' nomically Ii
E. Wood County SuperintendentPublic Possibly Ttaardett .\ that was a : Il t
two of the small\ t Lilliputians in the wf-1'-fitting aM serrk .
Instruction. dinnerNmX .t
ripping if that was a fair roaMAN
world. These artists possess talent shQ :
e giving s.
H. E. Carter, Judge Criminal Court sample of jour lu Is I should like to : WOMAN
tnat Is far super r to many that now
"Our Family" Shoe
of Record.O. come to terms. / \ : AND CHILD :
:appear on tl,e bt rds as stars. These Farni/r ,! rHAJ ,r,, ,? ; -p made by experts h f
O. McCollom, Solicitor Criminal Scotch -Bttpre; we gang I
two little \ WBv t1E1I
artists resent a change of : J KU t//1w1/ S k"; specialty factor1. :
Court.M. any farther yas that a fair sample
operatic and dramatic t
fADt IN 3LWW$ DY from the best box calf ;
M. Hawkins, Clerk Criminal Court sketches nightly anil will be seen the year appetltuWeekly Telegraph. O'j leather that to
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opening night with TVVillard's comedians SOB OlNSONe R AND&I L bought for the money. :

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. in the very lau hablc comedietta -

A. Tyson Chairman; M. I* "Our Boarder." j COMINGAUDITORIUM The Men's and Boy's are Go dyear welts which means that !

Burnett J. J. Dempsey, J. II. Mr. Willard has/his season made I the soles are flexible and that there are no tacks, wax W I

Grant H. H. Davis.COUNTY a very careful selection of plays and : threads Inside to hurt, burn and blister the feet. Being rei* :

will present the outhern sensation ; forced under the instep with a brass clinched fastening her
The White Calf," which Is a play Z cannot rip.

SCHOOL BOARD.E. that is similar ta that of "The Clans- t 1i
R. Wise Chairman; A. D. Puter- man," and this ttlay has received the 3 NIGHTS 3 I \\K SP.LL Tin MKX'S Foil $2.25 and $I.OO, HOYS $::.23. I

t YOUTHS $2.00 LITTLE GIKLS' $1..;;.
baugh. R. II. Carver. highest of pratA| special spectacular STARTING 1

productlo: of "Faust" will also ; On account of the Women's Misses and Children's shun I

I CITY DIRECTORY. be given as well as one of the live- Thursday Oct. 24 I : having a metal clinch sole retainer the s" Ies can't pull apart I

J. B. Johnson, Major. liest farce comedies that has ever j 'OH: ".\ml.'"" SHOES FOIL Wnntn..: $1..:;, JIISSESSI,0 !

C. II. Brown, Alderman and President been written "entitled "BusterBrow'n's SPECIAL: MATIXKK SAT. I it ; CHILDKILV, MH. II ij, 1':K; 5 and 8, $1.10.
I__. C-ty: Council.AldermenS. Holiday. \
Special IsVarried for : t i The Star on the heel and the name "OUR FAMILY" on the !
J. White T. S. Anderson every ,
J. M. Barclay, W. J. Ulllman, presentation and the costuming Is Henry F. Willard'sCOUIANS. sole of each shoe, is aguarantee that they are honestly COB- :I '
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given the greatest attention and full of satisfaction. ITo
I J. E. Wood, J. L. White.W. as well
I as all the effects. j Mf the ink to like tlirm. Come see them.
H. Lyle Superintendent City I There are a number of novelty specialties -
4 Water Works. introduced and the moving I BOWLING LUMBER CO. 1

R. H. Haddock. City Marshal and I pictures: and illustrated songs are all Presenting an Entire new List of r . . . ....
new and up-to-dae. These are . . . . . I I I It.
Sanitary Inspector. Productions Opening WithThe
W. D. Wright Police. changed nightly. j
I The. Henry F. 11)hard Comedianswill Southern Sen aton

come to the auditorium tonightfor "THE WHITE CAPS"Car 9.

EARNEST .WILLIE... UPSHAW. a stay of three'.nl ht8. giving a

special reception matinee on Saturday toad Scenery K'gh: Class Vaudeville, j
The Great(LittK* Man Tailing! for after which the* Royal Lillipu- I latest Moving Pklures New Forge1The
l'rohlb D JacL.oOnyiJ1 tians will hold a reception to meet all fd Songs. '
(Times-Unton, 22nd.) the ladies and children that attend. EXTRia EXTRA I'
The Cat t. Gt-o. Liable and MisAnnie N'ei-
William performance
D. will be
i Min Two of the Small stROYAL
known a* .Earnt'/ Willie." editor ol The White Caps." Thp prices for I

the Golden Agejbf Atlanta. Ga., one this engagement will be 2 5e. 3 c. Site LILLIPLT10NS WOULD IN TilE

of the most prominent! and The, and seats may be secured'
speakers in
In a series of operatic and first ft
dramatic issue
the recent pnxiibition campaign lu now at Butler Bros. sketches which are changed nightly.Don't of The Southern

that state anJ known all Willard's Comedians will be at the II }
over the clone :
Auditorium forget: the Special Saturday will be out November 1st. |
South as a lect rer, will be the speaker for three nights only. I Reception Matmtt-

at the prohlb OIl rally at the foot starting tonight. gUtng. a special will contain reading
I matinee I pmCES Matinee 25.and :35c. eight pages of spicy ]
{ of Main street tonight. Saturday. Prices, children # xiKhtsS.. ,;5, 5O, 75c:
Mr. Upshaw is J peculiarly Inter- 23: rents; adults, 33 cents Scats new on sa> at BUTICR BROS. I matter and you should not m :

esting character, /nd baa attractedto .

M himself the attrition of the public<< the first number.We .

by his work othe/ than as a prohibition
r orator. are going to give a cash prize of S J 0,00 for t

Although crippled in his youth and best Ghost J9 A
Story sent us by February J J5th,
compelled to be .elplt'ssly In bed for

many long years. nd still Is only en- Story must be original, and not exceeding J,

abled to walk by Ihe aid of crutcbes. words.

he Is one of the iost attire men in

his. state. MAKES A HIT Send us 50 cents at once for a years subscript
: t By his own la for as a writer and EVERY
TIME UP and write the
lecturer, he is njLintalning and educating story at your convenience.

over flit orphans girls! in a _

school founded jy him for that purpose ; Brain Workers and Champion Athletes THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE
at a cost of more than 14.000
Re'ynpon Coca-Co Tbt'y know the genuine,
per Sear to timkelf, a task that but when bottled, serves as a tonic without undue

few able bodieJ men would under- t, stimulation! and deli htf'ny relieves that physi- Drawer 39. Live Onk.tJIIlIPS .
take. cally tired feeling and cobwebby mental state so
common in summer time. See that dealersunp.ies
As speakehe is
a effective
: k- it in
you or E."p your refrigerator. Always -
and tas great/power with his audience WTxiiber that the bottled trvenge whi pat Dpo-xjrr ANPPneumonia
his condition uthoritjrofth.Ct.C.laB tUU notwithstanding
Jacksonvil.e s
Coca.Cola Bottling Co.. fackioiuiiit Fit ,
compels him to remain seated muchof

the time hp is speaking, it Is only + r.c
: 23c, & c, $'.' .
when be b that he stAn<$ upon hIs feet Agents. $..ded Q icEy apUr Criminal to be without U. So/d ar ei ";borlt.."
o.1ckb L. Ruhuds..n. I1rg. Chem. reeD

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.. .i.ii. .'.'.|.t.1,1,1'.'.y.1,1.1,1,1"1,' Ull-11 ,' | ftttl ,111.11111, , ,..11111 II ,", ,1I111I1111111I1111I, , , . t HENRY F. WILLARD.I The Alkahest Lyecnm Cui ,*. 'i
J di i i H M i M 11 i 111 i 111111111 M 1111111111 M 1111 i i M i n 11111111 i 111 H n i H-H: The first nnmher of this coarse to .'.

be given hereXtls winter wil be on .
Tuesday, November 12. a great
double star attraction, vii:
The Mehrtena-Sh -IdaD Company

consisting of Laura Mehrtens Pianist ;.
:. and Sara MacDona Sheridan Con -
LIVE OAK I I f ,tralto. This will b< followed by four

f other entertalnmen s, perhaps fire if
the sale of reason ckets will justifyit
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The price of been fixed at
5.00 for thesl ticket admitting
two, and )3.00 f single ticket
these will be ready for distributionIn
II I' a few days to uiose who hare already -

PUBLISHING ''. subscribed. I .
The list is open tor others and your
i name can be placed thereon by calling -

.;. on Mr. D. E. torn, at the First .
+. National Bank. I
Let our people show their appreciation
+ of this effort to provide enter-

tainment of a high order, by a liberal ,

i COMPANY who Henry will VVillard's play here next Comedians Thurs- patronage.

! I day, Friday and Saturday nighls .
: and Saturday matinee. Henry E. Jones of Tampa Fla.
writes: "I can thank God for my pre-

..oE .... sent health, due to Folej's Kidney
+aFI A I'1eacapt : union.i Cure. I tried doctors and all kindsof

I.. Some years a*o, perhaps we would kidney cure, but nothing done me
++:I better not say\bON many seven much good till I took Foley's Kidney
t+ young ladies of LiV Oak formed asocial Cure. Four bottles cured me, and I
I TS. t club which theV named "The
have no more pain in my back and
I ; I : IIF! -PP ::1 I I ''I III : :I-: + :;: "
I Peacherinas a word suggestive of
U shoulders. I am 62 years old. and
all tt.at is sweet attractive.
1 aijfl They i suffered but thanks to
long Foley'e!
Book News and CommercialPRINTERS cho,,e for their p /sdent Miss Ruby
| ..I Uexfp r. who promised to see all the Kidney Cure I am well and can
+ safLj walk and enjoy myself. It is a
q rest launched on the sea of
+ + matrimony before fVe herself set sail pleasure to recommend it to those

fi from the shores of ogle blessedness. needing kidney med'dne.! City
+ Faithfully has t' at pledge been PLarmacy oct-dw
Kept and six lovel/matrons and happy -
mothers have/ eveloped frQm the ISKGIIO SHOOTS NEGRO .
"'" H ,,'"m ,,, Ii': 'i:'"" '''''''11'' ,, ; "",,_. :'tT""III"," '" '' 'I belleXof 1 '
a few years ago.
Last Tue5d/ October %%) Mrs. and Then EVe. pcs CrnUl Attempt
George Butlur, one of the seven, entertained a Murder.

tbt rest at her hospitable Pensacola (Vt 23.-Because he
I home, viz: Jttss Ruby Dexter, president \
bad told the 8 Ion foreman that
Mrs WnSsMcGregor, Mrs. J. DUadford Dave Johnson haii made the station

VTO job is too large and none too small for I Porter Mrs, Mrs C. H\H S. Ilinely. Hair. Mrs };d.I house at Olive a kleeping place, the
latter this mornln shot and perhaps
to handle and in the I The invitation I/eluded the children mortally wounde/George Jones sear
us everything 1 I and they were tt!/re eight in number, Olive. lIe was/ rought to the city,
,beingerv mnchAn ,
evidence especially and an operation performed the
Printing Line comes easily within our limit. ; || when they all Tied at once. It was Louisville an /N'ashrille surgeon*, but

merry crowd; hey indulged in rem- there is little lope for the recovery of
I inibcentes. talk* 1 over the old days, the man the Dowels being punctureda
J JJJ, enjoyed the d* dons refreshments
o DR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papersis | |j served by their lostess and compar- man number, it is of stat tiAen. log the presen with the past, they
Johnson had co verted the station
one of the largest carried in Florida, ,decided that thfrKOI re were no happier house into sleeping quarters, gave the
beings In the world than wives and i negro a sound trashing, and the lat-
and with well modern mothers, and tleir advice to their
a equipped Printing I ter came to tb city esterday. a distance -
faithful president on parting was
of about tight miles, and securing
Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we I this: "Go thou and do likewise." a revolver brent back to the place
i I with the avowed intention of killing
can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as ; m.\UUJ- TIorUU the section bou. A few momenta
j: II after he reacted the place he saw
and prompt as any establishment in the ::, Oil KolkshA Suffer Can find Jones the In rmer, coming out ofa
Prompt Relief In This Simple store with avcan of oil, and going

South. A trial will convince. Samples and lj,+t Home li ture. up to stomach.him fire 4 The, the wounded bullet enteringthe man

: Here is a prescription that
managed to reach the home of the
Estimates Furnished on Application. 1: + I can mix at home \ny good prescription section boss about fifty yards distant,
:t I pharmacy \ the
can upply ingredients -
+ when he fell. Johnson made his
. : named at litne cost
+ ; being escape, but is being folowed by deputy -
r : II composed of tegetaAle extracts, it is sheriffs.
: harmless and the ,enshe Best off
I ni it does its wosk well, relieving
: ,
', I even the worst orms of bladder
., "", ""I ,...m.'", "III"'" '''''''''''; I,,, ,,, "'" ,' ''III",,, ,,'====== : i trouble frequent Irination, backache
Hut Seller Won Rather Not Tell toe
i kidney complaint\ and by its direct
Whom Sold It.:
.1. action upon the eliminative tissue of "
We Make a Specialty of Mail + the kidneys, make these most vital New York Oct. &2-That Oakleigh
organs: rid the blcpd and system of Thorne has sold /he Central of Geor-
t waste matter an /uric acid which gia Railway wa/ a piece of Important
-:- Order Business -:- !. causes rheumati. financial uf ws that slipped from
Here It Is; trf it if you suffer him unawares In an interview he
y. 'I+'Fluid Extract (Dandelion, one-half gave this morn Fig.
l'' 11Inn I 'II '1111 11:1111"11:111: : II II iii III I I I I III I III II +j jL" t ounce Comp nd Kar ;on. on-- Mr Thorne wap discussing the re-

1.it t:ounce; Compound' Syrup Sarsaparilla. port that the atria ;ency of the money
+:;:. three ounces. i market had bit hi heavily at a moment -
: : l.t i i( Shake well in L bottle and takem when he had extended his credit -
! j4 : teaspoonful dose after! f'a'h meal and to the limit carryon his various -
+ at bedtime. business ent rprls(>S. two of the
i: i( .V we!!-Known local druggist is au- ,guest recent of w ich: were the purchase ,
LIVE OAK i: i thonty for the statement that one I of the Centr\I of Georgia railway ,
i II i wE'ek's use show good results in and of control bf the Colonial
i i I nearly every instance. and such Trust Company, which is BOW run as
'symptoms as lam1back. frequent desire a branch of his Trust Company of .
:t: to urinate, pain in bladder and ARKTka. J .
: PUBLISHINGCOMPANY ;!:even chronic rheumatism are generalIt There is no truth in that" Mr 1
:+ relieved within; few days, the Theme said "J have never been bet
::' pain and swelling diminishing with tel off than at the'p''***'''! time"

: each dose .._.--.- *-- "We thought perhaps some of your
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I.I -A Card. I fortune was tied up jn the Central of
Georgia Railway." '
+: This is to certify that all druggists "I am not in that any more; I

i are authorized to refund your money ha\e sold it" /
I if "To the Hock Island people"
Foley's Honey and Tar fails tot
rl + u No, not to tb iH. I should rather
I I I cure your cough or cold. It stops
not say just DOW (io whom have soldit 'v
j the cough heals the lungs and prevents '
: serious results from a cold. .

lea t Cures la grippe cough and prev..nts Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup

I. pneumonia and consumption. Contain is a safe, sure and prompt remedy for J
'ti' -> no op:ate*>. The genuine is In coughs and colds and is good for
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PEN PICTURE OF OUR OWX JOHN \0 PANIC DOWJf HERE. I $-$-$-S-S-f-$ S $ .&.,_.. _.is 4i _-., '
: A correspondent of the St. Louis The dispatches today from New : '

1 t Published every Afternoon Globe-Democrat dropped in on John York as to the money situation are i Confidence

} : Except"-Sunday. Temple Graves the other day at of the most cheering character; and
his office in Atlanta and gota with the great bankers who should
long and most entertaining inter- never be confounded with the

i I CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and M'jT. view out of him. Just now John lers and speculators on the St gamb-I t I Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for

. f Temple's personality is of peculiar Interest change, standing solidly together and i 1 the ardor with which we are pushing
: Catered at the Postoffice. Lire Oak to the public because of hU wisely lending their support to weaker -

0' Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter promotion to the head of the Hearst baik.1 managed by reliable men i

November 7. 1905. newspaper forces in New Yrk. and the i.ro-nects for a panic have passed I t The First National Bi

the following deacriptlonXof him awe: This flurry on Wall Strut i j ,

I THE LITE OAK PUBLISHING COKPAHY.( from the Globe-Dimacp/wIll be Interesting seems Jo tabad no effect in the jj!
: \ Sc.a.d' aoV of our banks j T Every safeguard is thrown around National '

, ,: THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be "Conventionally, V\bcBonally, 'perhaps has shown signV of distress. I They are frequently inspected by agents of thecj

I ; mailed to any part of the United I had imagined V tall; shambling Our grpcotton \rop, one of troller of Currency, and are called on0 rn

I States pastage prepaid for $5.00 stoop-should dJ sallow-faced the n? ,,,n's t-oagest* &net Is right 1 sworn statements to him five times each year heat
per year; $2.50 for six months; pnfc ind with I
large-eyed long-haited man in a here .n our ppisc.;
I $1.:5 for three months or SO cents shabby frock c t. wide trousers sue', a bulw>k a3 n:::f, qu 'kly con- j i I 1 they are under the direct supervision of the Natijt

I ; for five weeks in advance. Delivered square-toed boots vool hat. and \f table Int.>- -l-. wV arcwdoabtlc:;.: l I al Government, and its the staongest on earth ,1
to any part of the city by
i. carrier, for 10 cents per week. narrow black necktVk-a haphazard s.er from r"-nf"*\cc\ditfas than l Safest Banking, :'1
combination of poet Orator, and vis- a iy other part of Ue sun y. It was
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tdenry Atlanta banter who Aid some I i Best
.onist; a Patri Joyfully an
Let us give General
i candidate r Gove or. credit for the awaiting death In'fits impatient web i weeks ago at 4 bankers' mPfeting up i I for i Iethods'I-'I

:ome to liberty. I really saw a work forth : Southern cotton crop .
l courage of EV c victions. He refuses I reed
to mount e State prohibition ing editor In hisskiit slee\'es--short. could be on to prevent a panicin Conservative Methods.

platform and Xaj vthat the local ,lender and rudd \skinned, large of this coiatry. and we can all see '
option metho/as at pV eat provided aosestraight and decisive" of lipcrag- I now more cl rly than before where Always use numbers: Banks. They: have pro 'l

by law, is gopd enough for him.John like of brow fc vinrf brown hair, that Atlanta backer was right. But i J.I pered in greater than all other banking $1
jlose-cut and prfea exactly in the I this, is the time 'ben everybody Is stitutions.

I middle; a wholesome, virile. hospitable holding back for 1 -tier prices and it :1
D. Rockefeller Is hatching a II
Watch us grow, our profits are now as J large
new trust: He \wen wants tp Incor- and enUttJy niOdorn personality. : is a matter for sereous practical con-
porate benevolen lie submitted to "Undou\\>t 'dIy, >M Graveses were j! sideration Tvr the farm/s if more hiI I our capital was at our beginning.FIRST 'I

an interview th other/ day and once Irish. Tb { mingled in wed- to be made inlQ f by whholding the
lock with the Calhouns the first of crop entirely" from/ the market
among other thing said this: + NATIONAL BANK
"Let us have bVp>, volent trusts I i I I whom. James, founder of the familyin I' Arbitrarily filing thy price may win, ,

corporation to man\ge the businessof America, came from Donegal. or it maV. lot*-th./ can only be

benevolence. JTesM am quite ser Patrick wxxthe son of James, and I determiner 'Jy th/logIc of events-. ciSr Live Oak Florida.

ious. Indeed,.1 tare Open full of the John C., thIfler" and Intellectual t I but with money iVnt out of the couu- ,

Idea for som, years." center of >wrer)7l<*gether with try every dayy merchants and *" "
"" William.were hIs crandsfcns. John''1; others to buy goods and pay debts, --$- -S-\C-! $ -S--s. -f-t-t-H
Those nine balloo /which started Temple Grates a \ des dant of I and none coming in from the cotton -- -- -
WIlliam has nheritYtNUie Ralhoun: I crop we cannot expect brisk trade I II
from St Tbquls the tlher day have !
successfully nayelfd half across the gifts of langu g v4e>dershv nd independence i!I while that-condition lasts. With the VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORTDOWLING

continent and laSced in various parts w hXle the geography of I,i cotton crop behind us we can defy a I'I'i
of the East wuCouXharm either to all his blood is snown in his :striking I panic but with all of it withheld PARK

the balloons their face and in the modified accent and from the market we will be without
or auman freight. I j j jon
Sow of ht the to do business
Air navigattfi has arrS d! What unhesitating and eloquent money necessary .
next to sUr the pulse of TL jaded speech."It I and, each of u*, farmers and all. I "WAY DOWN UPON, THE SUYVAHIiFE RIVER'

world winch W may be SMfd also that John must feel the eonseqaences. I
can no longer surprised II Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages
at anything? Temple Graves is nyt afraid either of I I
precedent or environment. His courage -
No man in this country knows the HOT AND COl O BATHS UNSURPASSED. 1OOO TABLE. GOOD BEOS. MMM
and orish>t4itv J ave given him .
Discussing the reprieve of the negro negro problem better than John WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLARDTA8LES. TELEGRAPHAN0 .

rapist, Dock Mack, in ordyf that the distinction ul being the most Sharp Williams, statesman, philosopher PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED ;TAetES. SHADY BILLIONS dOft'$n

his case may be again investigated by widely quoted edi\r of the South. Ata moralist and thinker, who was RATES REASONABLE 17-VlLrS* LIVE OAK. ONLIVECAKPW
the BoardVtf recent banquet in eunessee, It will i; I ______ ___ __ Aeui *, CO'!NECTIOMATUVEOAIHIIIIflUTIMlADDRESS
th/ Tampa brought up un a Mississippi plantation -
I i
Tribune hands out to thai body this be remembered, beforfc'a company of I : and has been among negroes,
condensed bi\of Democratic > leftains.\ he counseled PflRK HOTEL\ DOWUNG PflRK. FLORIDfl LtVtu,
soun / radical wisdom ; slave and free, all his life. Mr. Williams i -
which it Vmld do well to care William J. Bra\n, wlTtXwas present, has written for tbe current \I II --
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\ / to arise in the ne\t national convention
fully consider: number of the :\IetropolltanlagazlQ'
and move the mlnatioii of I "till I n I H 10 ..+++1111 11 J JrI .++s..U. I U H HI 1 1 HIHIIH
"One pardon, \ less based on incontrovertible a thoughtful article on the problem, +
laeodore Roosevelt for president.On +
g/otfnds. will neutralize w hick is attracting wide attention,
his feet he confronted Bryan and 1907 I THE 1907
the orderlyxecuu>n of the law in but HIiKall the rest of us, he has to
the leaders of his party; going home
fifty cases. / give it up. d find his r fuge in this
he had to face the state of Georgii. Crescent
conclusion.! \\\'t'b it werf wise for U1 Pharmacy
the whole'South, and the subscriptionlist ,
The name of ex-Governor Hlox- all to adopt: .
)lam can be safel/YmUted from the of his own newspaper which is I "Kememberinl: wtth lie apostle p( i::
his bread and butter. LIVE OAK FLORIDA.
slashing ,
,list of possible candidates in this American Democracy aiat It is uq- i
man. sure enough. Did the I
: stem old
State to succeed Brow rd. The venerable der this s
gentleman is 14w in Atlanta nullifier was himself braver? ever do anythingthat i' we alM **4rnd hale oujbeingwbit | The Prescription Drug Store.

where he will\ op for a aXrief visit I *. blacked frml yellowandthat I
before returning wv.Tallyass>ee from I High Springs itt to have a Dt- I and/white are not :: I --. 'r.' .
Virginla,\and inan In view in the ; pal r. It is announced that fiev. the same autos! ph)'.- 'a11), mentally I :: I \\c' tom R s ::1
Constltutlpn! yesterJRy, he says: "I G. 1Ta "> morally. I : .
I )lor has moved to tba taw h. r nor nay sense equal + v. ___
am out of Politics.. for 'ood. I've had and iiVa few days will issue yie first ictually or iK ienUalJy, and cannot I !

all I want. Now leave the fine old number or tbe High Spriaas Mes '>e made so by latforms or by law,1 + It make*nod if. >- J It maL-iwnodif-

veteran to his honeymoon joys un-: senger. Vhat memories of the departed hey aft*>*iLhjMth| t6 T reatures of one I : fE'rt'IJ'eho.e i ti .: ftinttc6o *"

vexed with gossip about his return I Seer and his lnca'mi arable :od. is it too much for me to leave I :t blank}-ourd K>> i i't: '1 Iil.uikjoardufr'

to politics. "Hornet" cwse trooping up at the with you the parting injunction that in I oo tor\\rites your I _\t tor writes your

mention of a\evlral of high Springs 'he fH'e of this great problem it i prt'"crJIhouon ; J yrriM'rijtio 'o
Governor Comer of Alabama. is journalism We will Iflok upon its could bo well that wise men thins I + we ran till them i: }i ; ,:1 ,, I \\t''luifillihtli

something of an Andy Jackson him- like and his likX no wore. but what nore that good n1"n pra> more, ant ++ correctly- i m ... v. .. 4 '-'.ri"-..I ly.
; self and he has brought the Southern refreshing for ad' I soul it would' bat .a'l. n I'u tall', less and curse I Iets + :' & .(rr.I, /' -
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Railway to tdrms. that road agreeingto be to again perus\4.he Hornet and I! :+t: 4 .pr"i Wj

submit to tae rate laws passed by take in the elixir ut\Setzer's soaring y I + MLx\ /
the late leglslat ra. But the Governor genius uushackleJ bany of the ; II I + .:.-.- CI :.

ti still has the refractoryJx>uis>ilc cheap contentious of niVe grammar JIiv: DISC {I

and N'ashvllte roal; on- lIlt hand, syntax and logs SellWIUI thoroughly Where Y u Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at \

** "*" .which positi, V r fuses. come out unique..ind he gaus a new .1FY&rA :; Kcasonabt Prices.
from the shelter of the /ederal court, departure'inJournalism wVikh ,
we t 1 et us fill your prescription and sell pour drug store amdm. We rarrv a ,"""'**?
and the outc me of th/t struggle will hoped mihl survive, for hl\ Hornet 'I. I.ne of fresh ano! rrii&Me Kuwis. Bnng us yuur I'rescriDtKifU t* fill V". lid "'"* ell'
be wa bed ith + reedy at lowest prices Phune u*jour orjtr Prompt an I r lia'!>le att.t.u'
j Interest all over the was good /or the whole Stat press ,rSVPER .
a' PItONE No. .2.20i
countrys If the
Loflisville and Nash- and we '}/re all eager for its t'ekly

vllle doesn't "Knuckle," the extra ses- arrival in our saactums. The r i The Crescent Pharmacy

sion of the legislature will be called, old ftllow was an (' CArteiyus ; ai:

and while it may penalize the road rh Ward and we love him I :t: LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

various vindictive ways it can't touch the honest laughter he has provoked I -__

its relations to the Federal court '- -- -- -,--- II I i P. S. Use "f lelchcr's; 66" for Chills and fever.- No Cure No PnPARTY 'I

I It is human nature to seek to lay in th selection of t
The Tallahassee Sun denouncesthe the effects of our own shortcomingsupon whether apparel or your jewelry personal, you effects will t..+ ". .. 11 I I++++++++f++++++++++.+++-i3.+T+++++111 .
legal technicality where it is used others. and so it is not strange appreciate the UITKA ExcivstVEkEss of -I t
" by lawyers and permitted by courts thatoneof the officers of thesuspendedKnickerbocker f

to defeat the ends of justice. The I Trust Company in New THE 1 1
editor of the Sun has influence with York fit}", smarting under tbe sense TICKETS I !_

Governor Broward. and if the Governor of loss and defeat, seeks to put upon HOWARD

intends to call an extra session, the policiesVof President Roosevelt .
Editor L'EngV would use his influence the failure ofSihat Institution. Mr WATCHLet 4+ :line Oak to Oo ling Park on sale daisy Mat

to exceiWnt purpose if he Roosevelt replied ter, aptly to this a rate of 50 cents round trip with -

could prevail up\ our chief executive in his Nashville\pelch: "All I did ,i It' 1 .. Minimum of ten f..res. Call on ...
to follow the \camp of Governor was to tur >n t(\, sight: I am not ....IJilll"L., Uet +
Agent Phone 152 for +
us present the newest ++++Ho-t *+++++++
Comer onV bal queptlon. That responsible I r >iat that light I .. I 1 i I J ..L i .
{ The models for your inspection +1 I I l"H->-"l"Mi<., further infornuilion.VVE "i E
official annonnc at ofe of the subjects showed. lint rbocker Trust "
for legislation for/which he will officer would probally find the true \V c: carry all other makes, -- : ---- --
call the I rE'aaon.ot. the do fifall of bw
Aibama legi tore togetherwill con- .. .
r be to sovanumd c/iminal statutes ">any in [lam :atement of one of the ilso Cur Repair Departments r ... .W>>V .. "'i V jp.;+WH e t i '. @>>d+ -'+

that no new tr al can be had unlessit Clearing House Committee: "Sue 'ornpI tc. Call and see us. SELL NOTIIIVG EXCE.PT

shall appear that a real injustice trouble as exists in various places iiiirectly | Health and Accident Insurance.

has been done the defendant on the traceable to bad maaag" ,r
first trial. In other words, if the meat by bad BWQ. We hate beet RADFORDThe J Annual.Set iAnnual. Quarterly or Monthly Preatt.rns.:

man was proved to be guilty he shallot trying to elimitate such mea. Some t PITTS & MctWCN, General Agents, LIVE I OAK FA- .

get a second chance to escape be- we have got rid of .and all eventually J JewelerI t P. S.We need a few more good Agents in North Fly! nda. .I

cause of any technical consideration. will go." OAK. FLA tt.. .........
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MM. Roof refuxned" yesterday from I I1asp.r The tent has'btrfn erected on the r-- I r-Ht nh RTSD;- I
in wilch Evangelists Sale
Parshley lot
for When Mr. Bryan was in Atlantathe
White will hoM N eir meetings, I
I It" other day in a little extempore I The Doctor
Mr Gaines. o l''} igh Springs: laJ beginning tonigft, a.s was announced -- I I speech he made at a bart ujt, he paida
city today. I j ebterday. simple but beautiful impressive

-1 We offer at a bargain, tribute to the ntbl,Vnd this tribute Knows
is of I Re\. J. S. Mikel. of u1/ nnee Station
C II. Knight, of laYo a guest | six room cottage with has peculiar vale and significance
IaDel today Ni I was a caller aC M I mocrat office
1 coming from vJayman and a
conveniences on ----
this mornin) He reports everything ,
politician fighting ajji incessant battle
U. I*. Smith, of V 9dosta. Ga.. is in in his nelgh ornobd in prosperous : south Ohio avenue. Most with human aivjjsaries over human

<.. city today. \ condition. desirable residence sectionof issues in win i the "Sword o( BETTER than what to anybody do in illness.else:

-\1- the Spirit" Is not popularly supposedto
AUln Clayton c Falmouth is In Revs. S. J. anU J*. A. White' the city. If you are be a very "effective weapon. lie ur often knows how to prevent
of the O&ristian church, HE troubles from develop-
.lIe city today. evangelists contemplating purchasinga said: V/ : little -
will begin a tent ifleefing in the city ettSuHinocratic ing into serious affairs.
home in Live Oak come "I usedto -
Is here from Falmouth ,Inursday. Octo / 24. The publicaio 'i\roents.
Q. T Meeks back When j
UP does not have to and
to office and let guess
invited attend.
cordially to our
today on business/ v i up the enemy attacked m authority it i HE experiment he is a good

I I us show you this place. kept m Nbusy hjintlng up records. i, doctor and knows his business.
C. A. Johnson anXwife are here today I Last about eighteen Then I be an to cite the Bible and 'I' .

shopping. / > couples enjoyed'\an oyster fry at he when th enVny attacked that I couldgo IT'S A LOTS I*"** u ndS bring

residence of )Ir.* J/ H. Tucker, I away afr4-fet them fight it out with I doctor

W. U. McGreg'of Santa Fe, iup & given In honor olhyf sister :Miss I! EDWARDS REALTY GO. the Good \look. I go to the Bible >our prescriptions here.

on a few day / vkit. Bauknipht. It waVa most delightful oftt'rfN..as t grow older. It is the I
occasion heartily enjoyedby most won rrul book in the

S. S. Sanford. otj erry. was in the all andi1": nate' enough to Lewln Building Room 3. so wise, so beautiful so world-I

city yesterday on business. partake hospitality.I wisdom and consolation SuwanneeDrug

I Phone No. 44. weary.."
Leo. Williams l(.fjf yesterday for arrived>nd f-r' ale Uo boxes

Gainesville to attenft .ollege.lira. I of Florida,orangrtMn good shape and ------ -- -
I Our Mr. Lamar sincerely trusts I
at the ri;ht uXceVit the Live Oak JUST RECEIVED AT that John Sharp Illiams won't be Company

J. W. WKsoa. of Lake City, I BI'oJ.f'l'Uge Comma on Co. 21-2t: re-elected hinorm' leader on the
ii a guest; of the EOKj today. THE BON TON. floor of the noise, and our Mr ':: II:!! f' ;[;' ;;1'1'1 ":,,III'I I w I

Mr. P. L. Bailey, of the firm of Wll- I Lamar is again JtS >med to disappointment.

U. C. Saucer. of/Tallahassee, is in bon & Bailey, awmillr people, near New line Foil skirts The DyrnocnK Jn Congress -- -

the city today on bites ness. I Gretna, Fla., was\ >ihe city last New line latest shaped corsets. I gently but fir/Iy decline to make Ir'l

night and today yt brought an New ll e silk, lace, dress trimmings in .amar's private grievance
Small f Lake City, is resulted fl [w GO.
A. B. KthdSoday.j engine trout theirymiltXJo our machine braid, lace vands, applique, dress Mr. Williams a factional issue :'I
at the shops her r for rftoairs. He goods. .

poke in very hign terms of oar sho)s Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. Temporary. I
S. rnoon. otjfaldosta. Ga., is a as being prepared to turn out a moat i

l..>t of the Kthetoday.. excellent class of work. MRS. C. W. BAG1E:, Prop. "Isn't Behy/pretty "girl?" Books,
".\U but hwb mouth.

lUllentni tend family are "Oh. sbes\ ever blister now!" Bibles
Mrs. J. C. Ublis w uld like to get
-New York Telegraph.A. ,
ire t1ay from L.\imville. any kind of se\iyf to do. Prices deliberate then anJ DO mistake in I

--r--- reasonable. R Mr T A HollaW of Falmouth, is outside ,. A sense of bum keep a Man
four doors byrow -Idence of W. H by some one fronytbe .e'
.i the tujr today, trading. window being c(en.' vCol. Brooms from taking hiftUoTK as seriously! M
Bell. oct 21-2t:
had to walk up town to get himself he wants other people"Pe.

W J KcynolJsSot!_ Pine Grove isi another bat. -- Picture
Drs. Brown and Reuter were call ,
.e.a today on business. You can tell \o* long a man has
ed to the country this morning to at-
LOST-\AIy one- adred-thauaand- been married by/tbe facility: with Picture Frames
tend a colored bo1. who had his leg
I ft. W Ingrain atid family of Pine faiilng\trco. frhey founl'' dollar club serf in. It is a gold hick he can account tor anythisg.
.... crushed by a
ti were here raaterday, shopping.
that amputation of Vie imb would enamel face pw lth 100 Thousand Made to Order

friend Mr. be necessary and\ j parents of the X. Y. L. I. >rXE." on It. Finder It Is worth tPvprice of a wo aa'.

i' Oif wteemedvf armer boy were to bring! bin/ here this! will be rewarded toMurn It to B. W. hat to a tpsan to hv> be privilege of
; C R WIM'. U in..the city today.
old about
morning to \ave fhe (Deration performed HelvensUm.Eld cracking jokes

V tH. Up tb rate this afternoon, Wall Paper, ,
r Camp, of Mite Springs is a
.e-t of the Kthefhotel today. oweter. they hud not come in with J. T. Butler has been to Bo- When a mauls /Casting of his ancestors Cold Drinks,

him. ton. Mass.. to represen.the Southern they area areS obably telling tllle
and Candies
S J Jones and" /:tally, of Citra. -- Georgia and F or:da Advent. Christian other spirits that he is l>ing. Cigars
tare ft'ilatt'at the Ethel to- Col. M. E. liroome laid his new Conference in >'le General Advent
derby hat on t. des* at the post Christian ConferVoce of America.
.sI Tbe closer a ooie8 to under
office at noon toda/ and turnev Next Sunday Digbl\be will give an nuiy he wishes HJL 8O1&Ih18 X Xr CO.
standing wonore
*. parU GroceW 06. for Western around to get his wspaper out of out-line of his trfj), a\J the General a / ,

uf Florida beef.&tton and Pork his box when some/nX adroitly lifte Conference wotk at \tje Advent that he had not learned.

same and presuma y lefVjm the win- Christian chuflh. Ever >,cordially -
1yt M band daily/ > 21-2t I
dow sill at the e at ranee to poetofn invited to attend. The member I The serpen yaobably got Eve to

Mr, aid Irs.tJ.MMarable, of ...s old derby in* its place l,:very- ship of the church requested to be ;try that fruit y\ telling her it was !, r' TOOK and Managtr Owner.t

.lsrdlle. ri ln/rag sty today, shop- thing points to the fact that it was '\J present. ;i some bOn of beauty lotion. 'I!


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, iI Mr H. D. Stewart,. a prosperous

I tai estate man t Jasper, is in the BETTER GOODS FOR SAME MONEY. Emporium Store News. S'MEGJO 3F03LESSUO (yJ

.., cttf today on I! ----- I

Mr.. Spencer aadl tfrughter. of THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 1907. L. >. MAin7\UD, i>rv'|>rlfh>r. PHONE 159. FREE DELIVERY_
WUborn --- -- -
tpen&yel/r/iy with Mrs.Hemmiax. -
\/ / :'oHS.lS' Sh IHTS. (;LO'I.::0;. i 01":1IHH'ol: : : TONIGHT. l'U 15UOWX SKIUTS. I IThe

I V J : I
W. T. t'e It-button length kid gloves.1.1i The ant play of the MMOW. will express maa has justbrottgbt
Page of
was upUu i
I FalmpuiR. received by
morning on *usiVJi 'nd return- have just express black and tea at |J.S9. Sage I be at he opera house toat IItt. Pw- tu a new shipment of
I a sample line of Misses! Skirts, ... iliMleii Panama Skirts, in all
** some on theo *'clock train. kind sold In Jacksonville at J4.W. lapa you will need a new .rt-1|
II -. : panama cloth in brown blue, garnet 16-buttoQ Milaase silk glove, waist. We nave the moat beautiful j hates of brown from the "Star"Skirt

SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE- and black. only one of a *t>te. black and white, at fl.50. AH ) line of tailored waists ever show IB Co. .

sager: used i Beautifully tailored; some with shales of tan and brown, $:.00'. I Live Oak, all the new styles in Bets, :, Too muck cannot be said of theStar"
only about three weeks
; .
from 32 to I skirt. Quality and style
run white
I bilk folds. Lengths Ife-button Lisle black and aad cra.
'hrraln; must sell. R. W. Price'sdoct216t i cannot be equaled at any where
ator. 39 inches. Prices: $2.50 to $7.00. white at $1.25.11 kinds of White and colored tafeta plaid I| Bear the prices. Having 100 styles 50

Small ladies ean now secure a short gloves kid. silk and Mil. silk and a handsome line of lawn to select from, ..e are able to car-

handsome. skirt at a very reasonable and madras ....ts.
. iic to $1.25.We
- E. W. Wood. af/ackson\ille. is ry a large stock and only buy one t
t. making for price. Come early before the bwrt! are in the lead OIl ladies' One of our new silk Jumper sui'.3 i skirt of a kind Alteration free.f .
. prepa/ ons open-
-- lit a brokerage ogee f\Clark & Co. are sold. and children's gloves. would be a very appropriate costume |
- I to wear to the play and at the very !
Dr Andrew SlediLr resident of the reasonable prices we ask for these I
It.\ i Will you seed a black silk
University at fnesville.. will suits puts them is the reach of all. j 9
1rcach I petticoat this season if M, Nt 1
:badaT at the Meth/dist-church 1 next what we are selling at 11.59; See: the wiadow display. Ton may J r rr 9I

regular $6.00 values. I I need some kind of wrap tonight. See For I. s 9I I

11 Black wrcaliDe and rfoatlwr- I line of faciaators, scarfs and
McUa. ( la. came in last
. Uikt lad left his n g with nine bloom skirts, $1.2S to $I.". coats I

... trtaoaera for the r vJt camp. He j ,
...'aen4 the I I SILL TIIIIl\H HKMVAMS.We !
es of State conpleasure ;
if fkt& I r i ftI
I 2 s i >.d have troubleto I
;, l you ever any still have a large assortment ..
hens tied silk thread just the righttade" !I
-t.o ha '.t 'e of II:. 11 ends of ginghams chambry,maiu. -
tl&:"-a, Of course you have. Wec.n i
Dr. iI
Sedsat: year at tlu- I I ;' .-. percal and table linen. Prices;'
w01 co color, in alls I
menCfm will be glad ot : auy any 1 1irn
... lets than wholesale at the pr -j!jI
...'OIIDceme tta he is to be In o -:.ades, and by the dozen If you I

ctf over xt Sun ay and will F luke I I -ent market. V
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9)0all Wish to Ttfake !! Own .. Health is-

our I More Than

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Wag fn Uhis: World? : y

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you will always hare good health. What I* mow to i a
j : iii i : than good health? All the money in the world can't<
happiness where health is unknown. Ballard's Snow "
i Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains New:
cuRES] Sores stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles,
,\ Back and all tfc,, jug that Flesh Is Heir to.-*

One Who Knows.
, The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy :
College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for I i : ?. O. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. writes; .. Ic* ae4
all graduates. too highly praise your Ballard's Snow Liniment
+ I the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden thut
And exposure to the weather. I also recommend 709
:SCHOLARSHIPS= i i; Ballar 's llorehound Syrup for coughs and coUkTheso
used together defy, all pain.

H $40, $50, $75 and $90 j iJ i'i'man GET THB Ballard GENUINE.Snow' Three Liniment Sizes 25c,Co.We, JL.


: FOR 1'1":>: CAT.\LOGIE .\".> ",,"CI.\I. CIUCILARS. i : _) 500-502 North Second Street,



Corner Ohio ,\n"mu. and Coni.er Strwt : Sold and Recommended by

I L. M. lInTOX" (.. S. STKIMIKNs. t

President and Proprietor. LI"TE O AK, FI J A. Principal. t t I Suwannee Drug Company.Now .

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Advice Reciprocated. !If' Live Oak Co.

I "You must discontinue your piano M'fg.
practice fo>A time." said the doctor, '
"or it will sH/1 you to an untimely Jamestown Exposition;
Manufacturers of

grave.Vhy dAi't j(Si discontinue jour

practice, <|octor?" sSe replied. "Then i Lumber 1 Shingles Ice Electric
you wouldn't fill so atony untimely!! Lights, IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.The .

grates."-Chicago oJurn! :

Power and Turpentine.Electric War Path, :-: Air Ship, :=: Naval Display?,|

Notice to Our Customers. \ Lights in any part of the city furnished for

We are pleased to announce thatFoley's I 1 Residence or Business Houses at reasonable
j I a very rate. will interest and instruct you. Do not
Honey and Tar for coughs
colds and lung troubles is not affect I Electric porDay and night current-for manufacturing fail to go at once. For beautifully illustrated

ed by \the National Pure Food and i purposes. folder containing maps, discrip-

Drug law as it contains no opiates or I Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to
other harmful drugs and we recommend -
it as a safe remedy for child- attention, and all orders promptly filled.

ren and adults. City I>>har- We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and FRANK C. BOYLSTON ,

macy. oct-dw flooring. Come and get our prices.MNundervtood. .

So District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, FU.

dedimpossible. I I,! If a man is\arty wise it is a sure
ConductorAsny, if don't keep
you "How many p\onle work in jour 'sign that he kno\ _what heartacheand
jour head Inslda the window, you will \ I
office? remorse are.
get it knocked offl ;' I COAST
"Work* PerliAptwothirds of'
O'Hara-re'll nXje thinkin a I
them? -Translated fyr Transatlantic 1 Crimuial .\tUck
little knockkneed cnXken ov the ; !
Tales from FilegendBlaetter.
loikes of jouse can be after doin it? j On an fnoftensive citizen ia
-St. Louis Times. Let He i!' !quently made in that apparently tre-I
less little tube tailed the \
"11 '!!"" 1111 I II I I I '" _
life Dear Old Mother. forget-Baby Is restless, can't slep at ]It'? generally the result" of protracted

E night, won't eat, cries spasmodically omtUpatlon.! following liver torpor.Dr. .' 1111111 It' I I I III I III I I I I II1III 1III ttt1:
"My dear old mother, who is now
\ bottle of
White's Cream .
) Vermifuge 1 King's New Life Pills regulate
eighty-three years old, thrives oil ) never fails to cure. Every mother |tit*- liter ,
i prevent appendicitis and
" ; Electric Bitters," writes W. B. Bruu-
r- should give her baby White's Cream establish regular habits of the boa ei9. ; SEABOARD.irline
z. son. of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken I Vermifuge. So
many times when Sac at BarcUGroover drugstore
them for about two years and enjoys
i the baby is pale and fretful, the oct-d w.
an excellent appetite, feels strong and I! mother does not know what to do.
sleeps well," That's the way Electric Railway.
\ bottle of this
.I medicine would bring It ic funny KC a man who J
Bitters affect the aged, and the I color to his cheeks and laughter to boasts of his (Jv-tkctual independence .

tame of female happy weakness results follow and general in all cases de-i his eyes Give it a trial. Sold by :I agreeingp an):tbing a pretty : Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pines,
Sjwancce woman tells him.
Drug Co.
bility. Weak, puny children too are oct-dw : Raleigh, RichmondWashirton, Baltimore,

greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed -I LiLe-'+" fi rStru'gt ht. .\OTI CJ:. I..: _Philadelphia l and New York. __ _

also for stomach, liver and: Her-Aren't
yhi crazy about Tn-
I bavc sold drug business to
kidney troubles by Barclay & Groover torettos* / \
Ml Him Irdon'V
druggists 50c. oct-dw* --No. gre for any of the baninesB
those fancy drinks,-Ctetetand Leader as
I assume all the liabilities and \ul!
I r |: Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
Tridt' collect all accounts due the old LiveOak

I- i Prospective \jeaker-Are the DeWitfs CarboWzed Witch Hazel l>rug Compao ,. -
acoustic properties oL this hall good? IIHs '! I thank -- -
Sold by Live Oak Drag Company ny customers who have-1 t
Janitor-You bet; darn good for a I Modem '
been liberal !
Octda1t'hen II so with their patronage : : Pullman : Equipment. '
town of this slze.-Princeton Tiger. I I I
and ask that they continue to patronage -, -
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the worigin oier-cordil isreceiving the budDes W. II, BELL. i
A Most Worthy Article. > >,out time to I i -____
get \: The Jamestown Line
'OU'7t Z i Exposition
When an article has been on the suspicious ]I I| Heman &atiN Js the quality that

market for years and gains friends I makes It possihyrf r confidence men f: NORFOLK VA. "
It takes ,
a tfckty brave ro an'u to to earn a livelihood.
etedy year, it is safe to call this me
dicine a worthy one Such U Bal- make a mistake.'dad then not go to : Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
excuses i Julius CAesar
lard's Horehound Syrup. It positively : ,
was a man of nerve but sickness left
cures coughs and all Pulmonary No home is PO pleasant, : For full information and Sleeper reservations call jn atl11fdof
regardless its mark and he became
aged before ) Seaboard, or write,
: diseases One of the best known
of the
I. that money will hi time. I J
Sickness is often caused
merchants in MobUiC'Ia... says: buy. as when the entire family : S C EOYLSTON. JR., Asst. GenL Pass. Agent, J a..Asonvule. fJa.
I& b .
> a torpid 11 er Herblne will regu- :
"For five years my family has nobeen t perfect health A bottle { : I 1 .
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of Orino late your liver and give you health III t L tIl I 1-1-1 1 11 J t I 1 II I Utll.1..t:
troubled with the winter coughswe Laxative Fruit Syrup i __ ;
costs 50 cent :Mrs. Cam Austin, Holloa, Kansas, ,
owe this to Ballard's Horehound
It will cure
every member of the writes "I consider Herbine the best Have buy?
you to
anything to sell? Do want
I know you
Sirup. It has saved my child family of constipation, sick I
medicine I ever heard of I am never Have "lost" "found" ?
you or anything
ren from many sick spells Sold b ache or stomach trouble. City Pharmacy
without it' Sold by Suwannee Drug
Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw I r oct-dw Co. oct-dw i An ads in the Daily will meet your demands.F" .

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Une rOOT fS., TjheCompariJon mer bureau Mrs.hanging?Dearborn In\Chicago.-alop What slde is that of ham-your Lie Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co._ .j

Mrs. WabashV oh, haven't you
ever seen thaUStefor The Mineral Springs Route.

":\0. I dot bellevaa have."
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"Why I a the handle -- -- Ji

eoowezr .. every time I get a divorcX.-Yonkers Cad Clan 7I1$? CLASS ('IlEIUl.F t TIl3T CLASS I Sad Ca..

Statesman. s: Pet I I 1 EF FE'EItK 1 --- -- 1)rt Fit
and and Pses Paaa Pass Pass Pala AUG. 18, 1907 Pass Pass Pa Pas. Pawf+ nd and
'. Paseil ass_ '_ ''PaaslPass1
-k Xapoleon Bonaparte I 13 2 12 14 6 164 I8A
: MAM, A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M ;A.M'A.M P.M P.M P.M P.MP.M;
sLowSd, at the battle of Austerlitz. STATIONS _..-
be was the greatest Leader in the flail, ex Sun Sun San D ex Sun D sr Sun Su. u. 1)ailb ea
_Sunday only only only sun o.ly Sun on only only only Sunday
world. Ballard's Snow Liniment ha* Lye i Lve Lve ve L.e Lve Lve ;Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar

shown! the public it is the best LinIment 7451110 84i1111 2(4 5 0live Oak_.. 10115O 6 1 9 OOI 425 600
5001130 55e11 21$ 511 Starr.- let 1135 557 842 0 b
in the world. A quick cure for 8 1011 36 9 I1 2 5 ...Mercer... .. 115 1 11 25 553 837 365 5
5551100 9 Il 2 6 ( Platt it z a so 834 see 6
Rheumatism, Sprains Burns Cuts 8 3O 11 io1 9 15 Il 2 s 4 .,Lancseter. 9471112 542 825 Sb,

etc. A C Pitts Rodessa La., says: I' 9 001 2S 9 ?612 pp 5 40 r 36$ Dowling Park 9 4011 06 2 1 5 8 18 3 15 34035&12311921l201.

"I use Dallard'a Snow Liniment in my 1 04 $- -Chancey .. 9 i07 2 S 808 306, 31 .
; ,1.u 9511211 ; ll b 540.Mayo Junction 8 19 2 515 s OV 300.305
and find it
Particular people whose pride and name and family unexcelled for sore 344 4 1 6 D y--. 9 all 10 4T sic, 2 bb9m1
: chest headache, corns. In fact for 9 47 4 g Stlu. .. 1314 50$ 24S 1
i 9 9i4 4 6 .Townsend. 1 9 IO 32 b 01 240
pride in product goes into their stationery have i anything that can be reached by a 14 dj' 10 14 1 6 2x Feaholleway imith ..5471014 4 223
10 10 5
b 1 6 829 9 4 m 2 07
Bond of for liniment. Sold by Suwannee Drug 0 i 511 702. .._Perry. d 1 9 4 la 150..
[ price .
preferred Coupon irrespective I > 561 ill b 7 1 Hampton Sprinpa. 8 06 00 1 :10'

over fifteen years. Co. -- oct-dw i MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.

S i the hurry of today but the old slow care- 'I Under fo\t'r. PM, P.M 1 P.M P.M. P.M
Not cheapening I II.vel I Lve I I I b.' A.
that make for firmness and "What did\ou think. of iny remarks 12: 31, 1 It, i 545 .. May JVfIfltun .. : 255
ful methods pcrminance are
goieVnmfnt -- -
still used in making Irl('))(UJlp( ) [ '1 [ (S)) !rQ)) [ ) Its beautiful i asked the on politiciNf. ownership? [I I t---------1-;12 : ;, ;g 2.i' :. I : = ..:. .:':-..Petersoa. Deis. .._.':. 1 151 44 poi: : gi

and remarkable and i I 106: li 361 607 ...... ....Mey., ._.... I 220i
color texture, its toughness erasing "I couldn't tellAO ether you favored 1 -
make it only distinctive luper-but the de I it or not." / v ,1-----------i I I is: I. 40 CI 11 ,... ..,....nAkon_............ I 30 Z 15I
qualities a I I A M P.M AM P.M P.M P.M P.M, A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.M P.d
luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. "Then the speech is a\ece s. Thatis : : : :
D ex D ex Sun Sun ''S.n "uSun I Du Sun Sun l Sun: Sun D ex D e.
Write your letters so that they will compel a reading I what I was trying to keep people Sun on Only Only Only Sun Only Sun On y Only Only Only 'un Sun
from finding out."-Wasting ton
-write them on ;i Star. J I 7 i 1" I 9 I 5 i 1 2 12 ( 14 ( 6 16 [4 8

)1 i s Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard' Air Line and
@ @lVJ @OO IID@ [ Foley's Kidney: Cure will cure any I, Atlantic Coast Line. For further information as to schedules and connections

case of kidney trouble that Is not beyond call on any ticket agent.
mod'cal aid. Pbar- I J. LEE EXSKJN, 1're: idellt. I:. P. 1I0J>KIX\: Traffic )lana er.I .
to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing City

of your house v/U\iU )f\J1, 'Nl costs t mac>'. oct-dw* I
'Q [ )
no more than t I.tlN '\ other I FLORIDA I RAILWAY 1

good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve In 4tu Parlor. _
\ .
you as wellTh.couro.sBONDxKkshrn- i The piano Cbjfc =How k >04fr : Time Table No. 20

friend tl. carpebctaeaer? I
American Writing Paper Co. 1 Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30. at 12:01 A. M.. 1907.
The ion
frkxu i Rug--Dcuj'Uhi his aattw. I
e pJJ'r punt3wiI1 be lie shook for with SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
:Vth:: tt wrneuf alomIprint-i l.art> t Manufacturers of the ( 41m- me a woman
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.,or,LAL J let W IU .t.applyri-lf menial Paper in the W orhl.i mane -York Dispatch. RCAD DOWN CKNTkAL 1M4LTrains IUD CrI. a
b"'I08.ii let
Nn" m on jTJ-ir I
W-j. !I 29 Mills. HOLYOKE, MASS. I I ---- i .... \w L- .2. ;-.4
If you take De Witt's Kidney and tf ixad Fg' Mai I Local
:Mall and
Daitr: aM sTAFSON" Freight
Bladder Pills jou will get prompt EsePt'4 I F.x"r"l a.17 Ea

relief from backache, weak kid >>9. Qrir.lay. t1si4 r. __ Daify I eeptnn. ... .

I 7081".4 aD p ss'Lv._....._,.._..__.......... Live (lak......... ... .._.......Ar. M bfl a m"I b 41'
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LATEST NEW ORIGINAL inflammation of the bladder and 7 3O a m 44. pm''1......- __....._................. ................._. _...... Ly.!M 3U a "r :' !') pm
urinary troubles. A week's treatment '74<) a 'I 4 6i; pili Ly...._:_._...... .... ..Raniosier.; ................_ M___.Lye 10 30 a m 4"8 P m
-- ---------- -- -- -- 7 III II m b e8 pili Ly. .__._.. ._ ........ irk.IId...... ....:. ._.._..L,. 10 18 a m. 40 P IIIZ
i for 25 cents. Sold by Live Oak a nI r. l' p IIIIAr_._........... ......"'lImarth........'... .. ... ._.._.Ly. 10 UU a m 4 :S Pili
M. DIXON : Picture PostcardsAny I. VI) a 81' r. 20 pm 1.v_.__..._...._... lmartb.......__. ........ ..........Ar. 37a m. ZO It IIIi
Drug Co. oetdwv e6 b 24 Lr.r Sewamne,.k.ivrr. W 4 IS
i mi
L t i : 14 : m m' 5 :In :::, ==.:=:: .::::.:.....Nerwood...... ::::....::.=:::t:: ; 45 a m m 100 : n
e View, Anywhere ....... ... .... ............ ..._.._.... ,
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DENTIST. I Made to Order For Poor I\ omncndatk'n. ....... .. l

"Good r' ....... ....... ......
CROWN : AND : BRIDOE Half A Cent < Each i man, : ,
OBTOI-ONTU, : I t i j iJ 1111.11 t fI! I .II'II111I11I t
Copied from any photograph or print forwarded "Honest as tieMay is long." .. .. ...... ..M--- ..
WORK. : SPECIALTIES. it .... ........ ......... ........
with the order. Name "But be ) .
to of this to baak.-
us party ordering / : a night ....... ... .. ...... ............
will be imprinted on each card as publisher with Washington Herald. l .... .. .. .... ....... ...
address. Postcards
reproduced and delivered
\'I. within 10 days from receipt of order. ropy and Luraville Branch
description of scene for which maximum of 50 Out of Sight. 1
words U alleged. Phatosimile and phototype Ht'h\t't' Lnratille and \Wilmarth.I .
ATTORNEY& COUNSELOR AT LAW. Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed without "Out of fright; out of med," is an Est

charge in return for name and address of party old saying which applies with s x-eial B.u.ado I I Bound.S .
f.'nevus UVB*IB OAK.all the courts of FLORIDA.the State. Specal requesting Picture Postcard specimens or your wnten business on any stationery.kind of 190 a force to a sore burn or wound tbat's S 50 : :+t\ :_=:::::::::::=-_.:_.::::::.-::::::::::...IAlraviSP Wihnarth.-.::.::: ..:::::::----.t'I:: :: : : I9; 0.5 Yo : ::

itiT-i'-in .iT.n to Conveyance Collection per cent, to 2iO per cent. PROFIT Ordersand been treated with Duckk-n's Arnica
(( t au. li:tt. AU business promptly attend4 Selling"AMEKICAN"lTrad..Mark LOCAL Alton Branch
... Salve. It's out of sight out of mind
VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One ExclusiveWholesale
and Alton.
9>.T* I Ptiuc STATE AT LARGE. Distributor and Manufacturers' Agent and out of existence. tiles too and I ------ Maco-- -- -
----- [Photographer. Dialer. Jobber. Local Newspaper Ea.t
chilblains disappear under its healing I Bss I I -t

WEST Publisher or Printer (WANTED in e>ery city. influence. Guaranteed & I. W fD Lv................ .... .....-... .-.-...-.-..-.. -Psi'....-... -..... _.. ._.. _.. ... _". AI' 11 1" .m
W. Barclay
DR. J. town and village. LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE by 10 50 a mt! 4r............u....... ....... '... .. .. Alton I ...' ..... ..... .............. .-.... .L.r ,II t0 a to
TRACT. Write for term. TEN Handsome CON'I'I Groover druggists. 25c oct-dw I = : =
Pnysician and Surgeon. ansas Fhotosumle and Phototype Picture rthrdukd to with Statxard Air Lire writ U cards w.ll; be sent to allY address on receipt of I at Live Okk For, information regarding rates cheoukes sot coucctiona apt Iy: toT
I' a I'T' Sup.'in'erd.rt r. P. V'otWARD. G. K. A P. A
Avenue. I far dly. I
tx c arrull Building. FIVE [:x] STAMPS.

Residency at Ethel Hotel. American Photocolortpe CompanyNot i "I'm thankful )pr ODe thteg." -- ._-

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a...I fte. S... 23 or 161\. Process. WE CARRY
I "There wonjJ be
any ssoasine
I try StunU.reey Si GIV'.rI No IF.a 337 Iiurtoni St. fhica;tt. ?hoiw I
article by PrymdeHl Roosevelt OB the II I

Harrison 4691 bears be.wt in r uisiana.-Birmingham Ii
a. ;a..... F. E. TUOJIASONDHOWN Age-Herald. i Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal( Coffee, Sugar, Rice,

& THOMASON, Makers. oO'teture Calendars.Pcjtcurdi Picture* for ColorvkotuStrrrorgraphit. Newspaper Art- I ___ Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can

SuppIrinent- Magazine (:\t"N. Inserts for Kdr DeWitfs Carbonized Witch Hazel I k.I
Goods Paper Bags etc. in sto .
trans Uc Luxt'. P cturrs for Kramiov ArtStwliea.orrrprJn' ,
Salvo U good for little burns aad big
i it' y i p'-- >' any: quantity Will keep on hand most of the winter, Apples,
PHYSICIANS & SUUGEONS, (ruin i'XM ui H rates. 12-7t boras small scratches or braises aad I
t--= Banannas Lemons and Oranges.
-- MB ones. Said by Live Oak Dl'uI ; i ,
&nI04 : FLORIDA CompaQ oct-dw I We have on hand now several cars of flour

CRIMC I i I and can make you some close prices this week for
WALL PAPERWhen cash.

I Head Mastery-Mv is it you are When in need of anything in our line call on or
in need of nice wall pa- ; .luays", last in y\ fr form? I

Laxative Fruit SyrupPleasant .!'inn's :Minor,.f ease. sir. I'm the write us for prices.

per call on II. li. PETTY, at I soundest/ bo>'. / 1! Thanking our customers for past patronage and ,

to bkc Head Maste -VeryVirell, you may
CllNTON soliciting a share of future orders
| io:: this time: but you B sever sucJ -
-' -- The new laxative. Does I J coed if you make that excuse all your ;t We are ;

t L. A. CIL\\\H'OIt, life.-Punch.

k t. PUBLIC Office STEN'OGRAPHEU.Upstairs. I not Cures gripe stomach or nauseate.and liver Take .ethIas now and then t-) live Oak Brokerage Commission Co.

help the stomach. Kodol will do this.
Citizens flank Building, troubles and chronic constipation !

LIVE OAK -:- .-.. FLORIDA. the i i It is a combination of natural dlgebti I ..' OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .:li
by restoring i i ants and vegetable acids and con-

i talus the same juices found in a hea'-:
'T. natural action of the stomach I i Viaitmjr Mtrth tnta are t .,r iiHi.>: ,r.\ i id to make our office their head-
J. LYLE I thy stomach. It i<< plea-a-r to take. qaartor w!-i ii!.. ;n the L t\. f
liver and bowels. I It digests what you eat. Sold by Live

Practical PrICe 50). I Oak Urns ( '.dw '
Refuse Mubatitir 0. .u

WATCH UKER AND JEWELER -- Use the best Brick in the State.

33 year's experience In most CAMS consumption results It is strange many men

C od ltock of Watches always on hti. from a neglected or improperly thank an *eat br akfast '

:mated cold 7olej Honey and Tar 's the best proof >oJ t.m.' had IT'1.lJ: E LJY;

THE and the night prevk>u:<.
I cures the most obstinate coughs
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rents serious result It costs j Callahan Brick Co.r
UNl1N l PRESSING CLUB ou no more than tile unknown preparations DeWitfs Kidney and Bladder Pills The nahan. FlaI .. 1
Por and you should insist up- ;' relieve backache weak kidneys, and I

nel' work or short noticd. on laving the genuine in the yellow '. !'nnammation of the bladder. Sold!

HmrdSt : : : Phone 222 package. City Pharmacy. oct-dw t,: 1.111' tL1h I'\.; Cu. oct-dw. I Iv.. H. Guodbread, Live va1f la. Gen'l Ago,tIlor{ Live Oak. F Fr



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ads 1'II1e : :'fi2C DEMOCRAT.-J THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1907. "

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:--- '! M I E. J. BlUME, 1st Vice-President. J. B. BARTON, PtesidenL-' ;...*..,,11<1.\J1 ,; 41.AR. .(OLD"' ,P.D' trfnaniF
D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. 1t'

1 Capital and Stockholders Liability,r$100,0.06. "'M... Oa t
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\I 4 OU'LL lpk like prosperity if we can get

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I, J. you f to wear our Hart Schaffner & Marx,
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. L$1 l clothes; rsuch clothes increase your business

4 lue to yourself and your associates. \jj

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find hat the knowledge that you're wearing

all-wool, when your friends are weafihg\parl ..

M ;ii'.4..4.cotton, will\ff be worth something toyo'u/ T .

If we get these clothes on yoir we'll be do .

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German Bakery, E Ij

: : Bread, Rolls Pies and Cakes II IIand {

4 Fresh all the Every: products Day. of Courteous a first-clas treatment bakery. In E E E 1 ) <(1,* HOV ARE YOU FIXED FOR CLOTHINC?

will beaccor ed'all.Four patronage solicited 1 1 :- -

i J. RUBE J IEIN.' '- Proprietor.' E E]1 II ''7 f'J i.T We have bought a better line of clothing for Met,

Ij E 1 I 1 j.\\ Young Men and boys, than ever before. All the latest
1 I '-l J shades of browns, and mixed.
{: grays
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-- 1 I !,: _F J j Do you believe in Physical Culture? Then let us
Birtlul .\;':Ut'n':<. 'irumie Bar- IE1Butler. I "' fit you :with a suit of
The home of,Air and Mrs C V ton. Ellllh Jar n. Rachel Bardin. I
Groover birthday was part tbc* jesterday-afternoon scene of a pretty. Haftit' Stripy ng Margaret Eunice Un.'t C.Yaliie (lEi j, I\ | -The Laurences' Model Made Clothing.
>r.Jarit' lIal1eo.
r given by MastX Charles E and Miss 1 I ; They fit like
I'eavey. Blanche horn. Louis horn.Marion r { ;; made garments.
Henrietta at wWh they entertained If
their little frauds with many. Iian homabOn Horn Tht1&; fasters Saundt Fred rs York.Lil- '' cJ: a i We have a strong line of Youths and Boys suits,
pleasant indoor and outdoor games Eugene .\ns!>troD Da>;row Lielvenston E(1 I:1 % J \ ;i; made good and strong for wear.
The reception ro ms were a bower of .
IIaroht I3ro Gus Conner .Iue E J I
s r pretty After pink the HtUe rosab guests and potted had enjojeda ferns Goodbred. J. C. letcher. Jr.. Henry E Ei (1I ;i.; Take a look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they are
I Lewin Herbert ford RUMe1 Bardin
:'' number of g/roes they mere ushfr- ((1 ::
,IIIE'nr Mrth.t me Airth. and lIarl r : ..' ,:t :
where tables ;
ed into the din ng-rooUl. lIorn (.I
laden with daiatr refreshments met 3 wvt: : :i: COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU.
their gaze. The\olor scheme of pink : Several l-reU musical awl\'CttOl1oj ..;.", .. :. ...
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were rendered 1lh.es Lizzie Law-
and gre n as/er> prettily carried
:IE'r and Bessie "Bardin during:; '" ]
out in the dec aUons of the dIDin GENTSFURNISHER.
afternoon. ;
room 5. J.
Those pres nt were Misses Bessie The little Iiojt aDd bOllteas were b. E j ji Y .
Bardin. Liszt<- Lawler. Hie Alston.i rf'Cipieata of many pretty and Uh' fti E fpresewts ]
Gene Ford.: In rtat'MWaDCe of t :I /
Bessie Burke Mary Ford lEi
GrateHelen tenth and evil "tlWara restheJr. \" '4 -
Elizabeth RotIlildretl rs.Louis Lyle j -------------+
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