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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 29, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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 Subjects
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 )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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;' U ION DEPOT QUESTION t THAT '"IMPORTANT POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT?" SOLDIER[ BOYS RETURN



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"' TAKES OX A NEW PHASE BY \H- THE COMPANIES FROM EAST AND

ERSfi ACTION OP THE / / / \ SOUTH PASS THROUGH

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'. I i 1 HOME( FROM [ENCAMPMENT[

A MASS MING IS CAUIDC ,, .

t ,I Iwgtn'it1.r I .

Hate Had a Hard Ten Days' Drill

i&r C H. Brown Writes Open Letter to I.ut Gained Valuable ExperienceThe

\i the Citizens of Live Oak 2r :' ;' \\


St State encampment is over, and

l To the Citizens of Live Oak: i\\' \\ n the: boys constituting our State '

.i 1 wish to say ttat forbearance basr.ee&fed militia are ready for a few days' rest

to be a virtue. More than a Iron the hard drills and rough

r' war ago a committee of several 1,; I I.JP. .( ready: camp 1 fe.

: gentlemen, including myself, was sent All companies nom East and South

'" to Tallahassee to ask ;he Railroad 3 11.111; I i i lorida came through this morning

Commission to not press the railroads aroute Lome. The Suwannee Rifles,

f' intering Live Oak on the erection of ;'oni)any "E," First In antry, arrived

: In adequate and much needed past II ti e first section of tie train carry-

| -. wiser depot; that the railroads Interested / i j tie troops, and all are in good

had agreed with our com- p rits and re.'ort a fine encampment
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.. toittee to do the'necessary; that they Our com&any, while one of the

lad submitted a pencil sketch and ::taker: coca in immlfrrs, b<|t not the

agreed on reasonable plans of such a arr.n; "u...,.. "r J Q.UK man wtng..t a m.. t.... i..n.u..&.>(.at" smallest: made \erUgoo4 showing

.jtrucitnre as we needed and would be -Callahan in St. Paul PionMr Press. otwithstanding: that ua ,'large per

with, and ttat we were sure eatage 01 then ;n wereecruits.. /'
.Varied.. e. . . e ..--..-.. . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . Capta'n Lesl: that the'en-
ftU Jie railroads would keep good reports
fifth and asked that the Honorable :-ampment, this ear Aas very in-

Jaftroad Commissioners then in ses- Board of Trade to Meet. :tructive. Each froCl; /any 7 haa an of-

. : iJce ready to consider the matter, .eer detailed egulara as

:=.Met TO take U in hand as it was a their special instructor, and they

< Ijjfalr and Between us and were given lectures /ch day in the

'rillroada, we believing that we arts of war. Lieutenant Burroughs,

i 'be given the building within Called to Meet Thursday Night'-lo Discuss Mat- of tie 12th U. S. Cavalry: was the intructor -

i months as stated by Mr. Riddle for the ,SuwaDDee boys. The

< Atlantic Coast Line and Mr. ters of Vital Importance to the City. special work of' the Suwannee Rifles

; 1t, of the Seaboard Air Line. We was that of Infantry support .and to-
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f waited not only the ninety days -- -0 gether with Company "L** of the

more than 365 days and so far first Infantry, were stationed at Ft.

; \ 1 bow we are no nearer the Notice to Live Oak Hoard of Tr.\(} '. the members of the Board of Trade Oak: to betaken up and discussed.I Mcftae for special instruction. Each

s ; station than were we on that I wish to ask that all members of invited, but any citizens: of the town hope to see a'good attendance. day, at two o'clock, they were conveyed -

f 'lIoytTer. I have had a number our Board of Trade attend a meetingto who would like to join or lend tu by government transports to
a' I Respectfully, Ft Barrancas for regimental drill
from the Atlantic Coast be held,.-ar" the courthouse on their support. There are several .

tlsdalt in which they assure Thursday, the 31st Inst Not only awSHAM matters of great Importance to Live I L. W. J. HILLMAN. President and parade.

t .. "y..aa4rocured plans.anthem < .. .. . . . .. ............. . . . ., ., ., ......... .. . ., . . . ._ .. .. ...Before many months it is hoped
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,, 'Mbkl to the Seaboard Air i'OItTJ.- I that the interest taken by the basis
BATTLES AT WELCOME TO IILOXHAM.Venerable i ITS GOOD RECORD BROKEN,
till, agreeing that they were ready I ii cess men and citizens generally will
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; to toad one-half the cost of kind i be such that we can boast of one of
any With the Ships Engaged and Florida I e\-Go\ernor and Uride And Texas Railroad In Operation for
the best companies in the State.
tf pauenger depot that they care to I
State Troops Took Part. i Will Get Notable Welcome I a Generation Kills Passenger
M4 teace I feel very kindly to
; Oct. 27, As a final
pensacola. -
ffl i for their apparent willingness to I II to Tallaha l'e. I for F rst Time. Chas. H. Brown Is In receipt of a
the
climax to week of hard work
a
their word with us. But theboard I! r'lorida state troops were aroused I Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. %8.-PN.1 i Dallas. Texas 'pct. 28.-The re- letter from the management of the
Air Line seems to have cord of the Florida Mid-Winter Exposition, which
from their slumbers shortly before parations are being made for a royal MisEpurl. Kansas and
every pledge made and I am I 18 to be held in Jacksonville January
midnight last night by the bugle call i welcome to formerGovBloxham and Texas railroad which never beforein
rtllably nformed that their i 15th to April 15th, asking him to act
l" and fell out to defend Fort Pickens Mrs. Bloxham on their arrival in Tal- its history had a passenger klllod
ie| .| nperin enders,)Iro Hix has against an attack from vessels at sea. i lahassee. The Bloxham Rifles u'tcently on its lines was broken when a train as a member of the Honorary Boardof

r [ tU ttat we hate a /'fOd passenger The sham battle that followed was '' orwinlzeJ and christened inj earning 1,000 excursionists to the Governors. Mr. Brown haft accepted -

4 Melba uVe ned/9D| yo\ >see how which the soldiers of Florida will i j honor of the uVpran" politician, are Slate Fair ran intb a locomotive near the invitation. The exposition
one | will be of
>lt'aatta one the greatest of the kind
k s d I would_ earn- it resembled a foremost I ii Uq moyrm ftt. Tte forts Dallas. I
remember,
long as ever held in tbe State two of the
1- line t th u meek Ih ,mass real battje. In addition they were of the entertainment has not been definitely j.: An engineer was killed, as well a? as
Governors of the
; or 'UhAr B'atdJb'f Trade hour when they least i' dettonlla/dyexcept that it will Adeline Ray a egro woman. WillS. Jamestown Exposition -

3'W p e re m\: \\'r.,ln the aroused at an called, and before i follow in a Renew way the military Layten. is believed to be fatally injured are connected with it, and have [
expected to be '
,. "' 41 of CO /committed and send into line idea of salut aid reception. and others bf the forty injured agreed to bring the principal ex- it
I |*toTallatsee wltb;In ructions137ks ;ome of the companies got The former-bo\'rnor was recentlyj may not recover.! hibitg of the Jamestown exhibitionto

I the m/tter, uiJu; /the Rail he pitch firing dark commenced.and thi conjmands Tne night was had i married in Salem Va., and all of the There was a panic among the passengers Jacksonville for thp occasion.

iu4 Commission. you/will have elderly dames in Tallahassee are now ; as soon as tbe accident oc-
[Ijtept!: attention fetal] /be members .rouble in gelling the into, Monarchand position. wondering what they will do for an curred and several persons were in- THE WAV CROSS, WAY. t.
I Pot.
'Ibt Three ste mers
t Ho orabl od have looked I the vessels to escort during the coming! session o! i, jured in the rush] to escape --r-
Il1thin Enterprise were How the Little
WIirRo-
Georgia
: hat'e e forced to use Verts' Bridge and "500." Gov. Bloxham City
the I '
for
courseof
attack the and pair the Ruin or bier Great
&estatl and know our tJWO'tbe forts were I was: the most popular septuagenarian I State Geological Sur\ey. ,'
hour Fire.Waycross
1 : an Car Shop .
1 a d 11 ve promised me in Florida. He was a ladies' man
... ablaze with flame from the big 12- I i (Gainesville Sjn.)
!4 again t they would be the smaller with all the grace of bearing that Ga., Oct. 28.-Starting
I' nch disappearing guns. I
.t: any time take action in the mortars and Krag-Jorgen- long skirted coats and genuflections As stated in the letter to Oorgress- mmediately after the mass meeting ,

'-' t k n'owIn how deserving we batteries were sU- 'of the old school embodied or made man Clark, putllsbed in Friday's field at the Opera House last night i
The Florida troops I
.. !et 01 tau fa Uty.I sens. and smaller pretensions to. bun, the geological survey of Florida I committees canvassed the entire city 4

\ ) 11#! b, def d this matter for a Uoned at"while the mortars were groupedto will be actively pushed. Prof. E. 11.I I for subscriptions to the new stock issue f

{ time a have written no less oatteries the some of the larger TIn \"\J.1H.J) r.rv .H .\lX. !:,bellards State geologist, is in the of the South Atlantic Car and

) 1 tern to one official andoais protect gunners to them. -- .- .---- city in conference with Prof. Clapp Manufacturing Company. Up to to-

I r matter, but all to nod pieces About and ten companies as assistants were in the In (hi' llamN of Out OiiM Kil'sAnother. : who represents [the National Survey. day, noon, a total cash subscriptionof

ere seems to be but one The conference !relates to the cooperative $66:55'as secured, and 3:55free :
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sham battle which was so spectacuar
to
......-- action and that is by the work rranged for betweenthe labor days given valued at JJ:
.... be forgotten by ,j
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National State In "
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t l' as we would dislike tot boom of the bit aid surveys. per day. giving an additional amount .... "
t..... t' .-... ..ay.w state troops. 't ne heard ,- the Leon Jones shot and instantly killed order to hasten; the work it has been of 6510. Added to this lathe issue +t ..

t .., _- reliably advised that the guns could be distinctly night. The instruc-in little Emma McGuire, age ;. seven '. agreed. to div-idp the State into area o. $70,000 public! improvement bonds, .t1l! )
the
I Aft Une have plans in their city during to the mem- mite south of Megs! in Grady county Prof. Sell arils, who has previously tbe proceeds of which' go to the work ?
valuable one
int. also blue prints In hand ..on was a militia. Saturday. Youngx Jones, wbo' is I done much work in Central Floridafor of rebuilding the car factory in Way-
icrida
"attraction of a long yard bers of the about 16 years old'\\' nt Overdo the the National Survey and also for cross. Cleaning up tbe ruins wfU

wonta the center of town uatlon in toto. McGuire lome'CarrYin, iris 1un. Hel j! the State Experiment Station wit) commence just as soon as insurance

,tG 5ltw another track along I If we cant get our just and reasonable claims that tb4 gun way unloadeJ. j I make the detailed report of this matters are adjusted, and it is prac-

beet for the full length of i rights by meek and easy reasonable but some of the1 bojs priced a shell i I I county. tically assured teat only a few day

')*'wed< 11 a'dray track, etc. means. we know the remedy and in It withput his know ledge. During ,I The State Survey has been actively will be required t<> remove all signs

lbtber piece of their high I' we must apply it. I think that even his stay be plaj full/said: "If you j|: engaged in the:study of underground of the recent disastrous fire.A. p

h Iiy of dOing business, wheth- reader of the Live Oak Daily know, children don't get .out of the house i''I waters during ,the past two months, Sesoms, president of the company -

1rIUk the at'least fair to all corpora- having begun at the north line of the stated that he did not see how '
approval of the that I am I'll shoot you. All except Emma |
ii our citizens' best Inter- tions and railroads entering or doing McGuire out of the way. Emma {I State and worked south. The National any other city could have got the Impression -
and got Survey as stated in Friday' that Waycross would let
.'ot.&IIdI wish to say that business in this city; that I have the
{ that it will be con- stand on fair grounds between them stepped put and. said: "Leon, you :I sun, begins work at once. Prof. car works leave hqre. "The more I

;? citizens of Live Oak and our citizens but when they wilfully won't sboot'me, will lOU?" Pointing Clapp with hiJ assistant, will take think about it." said he, "the more '
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I lpta and we will exert neglect their duty to the extent ;i the gun at her he fired. She fell dead up the work Bradford, Baker and convinced am 1 tba Waycross peopleare
kile I certainly : Duval counties. Prof. Sellards with not of the kind to let such an !n-
.3 |jM even after long that it is now apparent at his feet. '
ask that remedy. his assistant after completing the dustry go to some other city. The
you attend the will help apply the 1 arrested and is in Grady
He was
.e at Board of Trade Yours for better facilities, better work Alachua county, will con- I pay roll of 1300.000 a year Is an iteM .
Oren:; I for good county jail. He is the son of Rev. unue the survey in Levy and Marion .any city would well like to list
... as will make a town better government
I 1 ,_- to handle this sit-I people. CHAS. H. BROW | David Jones. counties. (|among its pay rolls.t' .

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Lit'K: OAK HUM HKMOCIWT. TUESDAY. OCTOBER, ID01. __

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STATE OFFICERS.N. But-and here and here I I

relies from her misery-ttere
B. Broward, Governor.
attitude of mind which can
H. Clay Crawford. Secretary of State.
greatest possible good out of
Wm. V. Knott, Treasurer. t.AAA .
our worst blunders or our _
A. C. Croom, Comptroller.W. _
H Ellis Attorney GeneralB. msiortune.the: past who To sincerely those deplore who > Red RocK Ginger Ale

,. E. McLln, Commissioner of Agri mistakes and resolve not to

culture. them, there comes, if they ArticleAn
: Is the Real
u W. M. Holloway, State Superintend it, a consciousness: of a power 1

eat Public Instruction. ing eternally for good which

;; Ernest Amos. State Auditor. make all things, even inferior, weak, flat imitation gingerale

W. B. Saddler, Assistant Auditor. rors work to some wise end. will cause indigestion and constipa-

the one salvation of a heart fa'on-d Jeating the very purpose for which

SUPREME COURT. almost self-reproach.to madness by regret a"t O1,,Na, RED ROCK GINGER ALE has be- at a 1

T. M. Shackleford. Chief Justice; I: famous. Rio.
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One occassionally meets a come .
A. W. Cockrell J. B. Whitfield, man who has suffered deeply I II i The value of Purity and Quality cannot ia1

Fenwick Taylor, R. C. Parkbill. W. whose face is calm and _,> pl i be to strongly) urged. Get RED ROC, 4L
?_ A. docker Associate Justices. / .+ A REAL GINGER ALB, which stands out among n
the morning, and her character all other and domestic-as the
'l !! brands-foreign acme
f spiration and a source of of perfection in combining purity, quality and
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tv .. RAILROAD COMMISSION. to every one who knows her. health giving results.
R. Hudson Burr Chairman N. t
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has not forgotten her past.
,, Sold. .WIre ad'ro&%H bottler
Butch, J. L. Morgan. Royal C Nor has she tossed It aside
or k a gUu from bottles.
Dunn Secretary. thing of no meaning. What

done is to school herself to Y THE RED ROCK CO.

MEMBER OF CONGRESS SECOND 't as unalterable to trust
DISTRICT. that some good will come out (l II Jacksonville, Florida.

Prank Clark. and to do the best sbe, ap
present. Thus her saddest

f THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. have become a rich experience.

U. H. Palmer Judge. a woman was George Eliot's "

Cary A. Hardee, State's Attorney la," that noblest of disappointed

i COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. fering women. '


B. Johnson. State Senator. cept Leave today your as a yesterdays rich sold out by drug business . . . . . . . . . . . . .. I

right living, and tomorrow will account of my health, ask all who
r MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE- THE FAMILY SHOE STORE.
a me to please to come as soon as
strength and Joy of its own.
SENTATIVES.
and pay their accounts, as
W. R. Dorman. W. H. McClellan. adelphia Bulletin,
anxious to pay all the outstand- 1 ( t Think what it means

accounts against the Live Oak w ,, ( t Tbat Is what we are.
J. N. Conner. County Judge. FORGET YOURSELF. Our is because in
Co., and off for for reason
get a while
i J. W. Bryson, Clerk Circuit Court.J. Forget yourself. You ",111 the "Our Family" line'ot
do anything until do. Se Lealth Respectfully,
H. Rickerson Sheriff. you I yak "Star Brand Shoes" Wit
Eclojsness: is a disease with ... W. H. BELL.
G. B. Lord Treasurer. A bave a shoe for every
No matter what they do t&4r I
: J. N. Weeks. Tax Collector. \.Xu.Ttci ,, 1 member of every family
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never get aw'ay from them cm Imns.
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A. D. Hemming. Tax Assessor. to have all your family
% 1Ioe.
They become
warped tb
upon subscribers
1101'e not pall shod ec nomically la
J. E. Wood, t 1
County Superintendent ject of self-analysis "oi\dering I
sus CflptlonsJi confer a well-Stting and serviceWOMAN
Public Instruction. ttey look bow'Uhey/-appear: 'Jt.I f j t Wh.thave call and set Oll ThRHAN giving shoes. f

I H. E. Carter, Judge Criminal Courtof ,others will thiiik'f them, how for tt Ute \ /for can live fI "Our Family" Shoes
Record. can enhance tteir: own AND CIIILD
as long 'rfJfi on climate are made by experts la
O. 0. McCollom. Solicitor Criminal other words, every thought and suns. ...e. tiler paper house A big specialty! factor:
effort to force
Court. seems upon to be paid a1 d-feo do the print HADCNTWUW SY from the best box calf
M. M. Hawkins, Clerk Criminal Court nothing' radiates from them. If it is convenient, please glvt leather tfat can be

No one can grow while I heed to our request. f Ro Jo NSay S a bought for the money,
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. thought are self-centered. The .. }

pathies of the man who thinks E. Jones, of Tampa Fla The Men's and that
A. TUon. Chairman; M. I* of t Boy's are Go dyear welts which means
himself
Burnett J. are soon dried up. : "I can thank God for my pr- t the soles are flex:ble and that there are no tacks, wax ort
J. Dempsey, J. II. consciousnes acts
as a paral> health, due to Foley's Kidne threads inside to hurt, burn and blister the fee, Being reinforced
Grant II. 11. Davis. all expansion, strangles
I tried doctors and all Kind ; under the instep with a brass clinched fastening they
.x -- kills aspiration, cripples cannot rip.
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. abilit). The mind which cure, but nothing done m

E. R. Wise Chairman; A. D. Puter- es things looks out, not In; it good till I took Fole>'s Kidne i W K SELL: TIIK MEN'S FOR $2.7.1 and Sl.OO.: Ii)1S.Z3: ,

l baugh, R. H. Carver. cused upon its object not Four bottles cured me and i I \OIT1IS $2.00 LITTLE GIRLS' $1.75. :

v self. no more pain in my back and t On account of the Women's Misses and Children's shoes '

CITY DIRECTORY.J. The immortal acts bare I am 62 years old, an\1' having a metal clinch sole] retainer, the s' lea can't pull;apart, .>
consciously performed. The long but thanks to Foley'!,
B. Johason, Mayor. have "OtU "..UIII.SHOES FOIIOMEV: ARK $1.-:;;, MISSES .
prayers been the silent
C. H. Drown, Alderman and President the secret yearnings of the heart Cure I am well and car $1,:alt. CHILUREV, 8!i, 11IJ, 11. ; 5 and H, $1.10.

City Council.AldermenS. those which have been delivered and enjoy myself. It is The S'ar on the heel and the name "OUR FAMILY" on the

J. White, T. S. Ander- ing a critical audience. The to recommend it to those sole of each shoe Is aguarantee that they are honestly constructed .
son J. M. Barclay W. J. Hillman,
I desire is the perpetual prayer a kidney medicine. City and full of satisfaction.To .
J. E. Wood. J. L. White.
prayer-Success that Magazine.is heard and octdw'TO sec the mis to like thorn. Come see them.


: W.Water II. Lyle Works.R. .Superintendent City THE FAHMEKS. BOWLING LUMBER CO.

Hard Times In Kansas. t .
H. Haddock"' City Marshal and seems that some one, for some . . . . . . . . . . . . .....
Sanitary Inspector. The old days of grasshoppers i
I and without any knowledge ,.
W. D. Wright, Police. j drouth are almost forgotten in
I, law, tas put out the report in''! --r-
prosperous Kansas of today;
county that farmers are not al- !
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a citizen of Codell, Earl
LEAVE YESTERDAY BEHIND. to sell Uiei produce either,
t has not yet forgotten a bard ttKetables. ur fresh meats
One of the strongest forces for Don'tForgetThe
encountered. He says: 'I was ; th* city. yl(would like to say I
good is the woman who has strengthof therA I
out and discouraged Is/vo,6uCh, State law orb
mind enough to put thepast resolutely by ordlnanc,./ -;' ..',
behind her and take up the night and day and could find farmers, /Coring your produce I

future cheerfully. lief till I tried Dr. King's New need It./' _

Women often cannot do it. Their I corer). It took less than one write this because I have hal
tendency Is to cling to the past even
I to completely cure me" The than a score of Inquiries about

while hearts.the They memory brood of over It breaks hours their that I'and most reliable cough and a law J, B JOHNSON first issue of The Southern ct

can never come back, and events that : remedy and lung and throat Ma>or. clone will be out November 1st. It

can never be altered; and If thereis ever discovered. Guaranteed
I is mighty. bard for a woman to will contain tf&d-
eight
one loophole by which they can Barclay & Groover drug store a man actually has brains If j pages of spicy

find a way to blame themselves or and 31.00 Trial bottle free handsome. ing matter and should not miss
another for what happened, they are you

certain to hunt that loophole out and the first number.We .

take an extra pleasure in the added

pain. Reproach seems like a balmto are going to give a cash prize of $10.00 for tfe
their! souls.

"Oh. If it had only happened otherwise BOTTLED best Ghost Story sent us by February 15th, J 1908-

It I or some one else had Story must be OOQ
original, and not exceeding .,
only done differently It might have can words.
been! It might hate been!" Thatis

the unceasing cry of many a wo-
men's heart. She does not know Send us 50 cents at once for a years subscriptionand
Brings City Joys to Country Homes
that things could possibly have been write the story at your convenience.
otherwise, but in her anguish she
Bottled Coca-Ola has this that
tells herself so. advantage cv r

Poor soul! If some one could only drawn from a fountain-the every pr"' '. rt:. .i is THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE>

make her see that she is doing S f absolutely right. Where every ingroaicnt is ,

the worst possible thIng by huggint automatically measured out, there is na chance
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these regrets to her bosom. Let her for carelessness by a clerk. Delicious it refreshes Live Oak
and invigorates and makes possible drawing 0.> r' served,
remember that if she d'd tte best she -=-
strength without loss or injury. There are ma..y cheap inuu tions. 1- '
has to reproach Insist Crown Label Some people never find out until 1I Too pleat
could she no reason on ad be sure to I(I many IlWU ;
herself. Even if she did make a mi-;, I It j late what a lot of fun they have mile will alwa:, .. bstDa
LOOK BEFORE YOU DRINK
t-a: missing
take, no power on earth can bring } for bounty.
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back the past In order that she may
rectify it. Tears and sleepless nights! Europe is a place where men go to I A woman can t: over sod

of despair cannot undo what has Live Oak Bottleing Works Sole Agents p>rtI

been done. It Is gone forever. I ,ead of sense 'Icctioa

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-KOT1CK;otlc. Is OF lereby INCORPORATION given that we*thetedusigned :!x D.thares.J,,\ Rivers Wellborn Florida....mm.. 1 .urn. .mm. . I. 1 I I J. I .__1 ._. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .:-t. .i .M. .m. .H. .i .m. .11. ". H. .11. .m. .i .m. .111. .i .m. .m.'> >i .> .*v. .rt t
will. after the publication two shares. M M-M M M M M M M < I-. 1"111111 >++ i tini un mil tin MI minim
ior tl* period of thirty days of !j! W. C. Uernlgan, Wellborn Florida .: i Ii
aatice' apply to N. B. Broward. i three sta es.
this
Governor of the State of Florida. 1 J. u. ijistrunk, \Yellborn Florida !
2: office In the Capitol Building one share ,
Si: Lid State, in Ihe city: of TaUa-i i W. B. Branton/Lake City. Florida' i
JLsee for Letters Patent incorporat-I (R. F. Dj No. 1), two si;ares. 1 1I
] Jrr ttm their associates and succe&I -I A. J. Skinner Wellborn Florida j! .
I into a body politic and corporately one shar& : '
cots deed and in law. under the name I D. C. Copeland Lake City Florida' :
tf the Union Manufacturing Cam-I}I (R. F. Dj No. 1). three shares. 'i I. LIVE OAK
under the following charter andartiCles In Witness Whereof we hare here-' :
pay i of Incorporation tbe originalof onto set' our hands and seals this '!
.h''eh will be on file In the office day'of September 1907. ''I'11th I
of the Secretary of State of the said (SealW L. ROGERS t : ZaBMIMHiBHHHMHMHHBHHBIiHBMn.
; Rate of Florida at the city of Talla-i (SealJ. T. CARVER *
.;;; 'uee8, during til time required by I (SealH.tW.{ MOSELEY :
law for the publication of this notice. (Seal) Dj J. RIVERS. I .
: W. L. ROGERS. (ealW. C. JER IGAN. '
1 J. F. CARVER.H (SealJ. D. (X his mark) SISTRUNK, I
W. MOSELEY. (SealW.tB. BRANNON. PUBLISHINGCOMPANY :
1) $ D. J. RIVERS. (Seal)A. J. (X hU mark) SKINNER,' .
11 W. C. JERNIGAN. (SealD. C. COPELAND. !
j. D. (X his mark) SISTRUNK Witness: It. T. BOOZER. .
)
:' 'Y, B. BRANNON, State of :Florida.) 'I -.-,.. It
i A. J. (X his mark) SKINNER Suwannee;County) M =

.5 ; D. C. COPELAND. I, R. T{ Boozer a Notary Publicof
I k. Oprtrr of the Union ManufacturingCompany. the Late of Florida at large, do
.
< hereby that W. L. Rogers J.
4 ; The undersigned hereby agree to F. certify W. Moseley D. J. '' 1 "
: become associated; together and do Rivers W4 C. Jernigan J. D. Sis- j J
> lereby associate themselves together trunk W. B. Brannon A. J. Skinnerand 1 ,
; for the purpose of becoming a body D. C. Copeland who are each to
\ )epee and corporate under the laws me well knqwn., this day appeared be I 1
et the State of Flof Ida. the provisions each for himselfacknowledged
tf which are hereby accepted. Thefollowing that he signed the i
Articles]: of Incorporation foregoing Articles of Incorporation a
shall constitute land become its and the accompanying notice for the 1
barter upon tbe Issuance of Letters uses and purposes therein stated.
patent according to law. Witness mV hand and seal this t
ARTICLE I. 17th day of ptember 1907. +
The name of thfs corporation shall (Seal) I R. T. BOOZER I:

! ). the Union Manufacturing Com- Notary PubliQ of Florida Lake City. -,",'" ," 0....,..;;;" ",""",,, ,; 'uu;; ; .,.," "" .., u ;", ,
.. tuj.. Its principal office and place My commission expire March7.. I -
; It business be at Wellborn. 1911. (oc14.41)Xotfct" =-7
; .,ttvannee shah, Florida. Branch Book News and CommercialPRINTERS : ;
tie** or places of business may be Application av 11tKrl I I : : ..
elected or established by the Board '
ri Under Section 8 of Chapter i

Directors.ARTICLE II. 48X8, Laws of Florida. 1
} The general nature of the business !
U be transacted !jshall be: To buy Notice is hereby given that D. W.

.... sell, mortgage and otherw'se Brown purchaser of Tax Certificate I
inch real estate and personal
IK property ai shall'be necessary for Ue .NO. 4. dated the 5th day of June :
roper operation'and use of the buslaeu A. D. 1905 has filed said certificatein Iii II'' : ::11111111'11 11I1I1! IB IIIIIIWIl hi ::111 i 1 liP I I 1 1 I '1lll1lill'I'! 1:111:11: II : L

proposed! to be conducted by this my office, and has made application i; "
corporation; te buy. sell gin store "
kindle and otherwise deal in cotton for tax deed to irsue in accord- :,

both seed and lint; to buy sell ance with law. Said cert'ficate em- i, It

kindle, manufacture and otherwise braces the following described property '
ue cotton seed )hand the products oft *
>* cotton aDd cotton seed: to grind situate In Suwannee County
eon, rice and all other kinds of Florida, to-wit: East one-half ot I "VTO job is too large and none too small for
I '
all food stuffs
trala; to manufacture southwest. onto.fourth, of Section 27,

from produ;all s. and kinds to'buy.jot grains sell deal and in farm and Township 2 south, Raige" 15 east, us to handle, and everything in the

ludU the came) i" acres. /

t The amount ARTICLE of tbe capital III. stock of I Thi said laid being assessed at Printing Line comes easily within our limit.

Otis corporation! shall be Two Ttfoumd tne da\e of the issuance of such certi-

and Five Hundred Dollars ficate f fn th/ name of Unknown. .
divided Into two hundred and fifty .
tftarei of the par value of ten dollars Unless satdcertiflcate shall be redeemed stock of Bond Linen and
tub; said capital stock to be paid I according to law, tax deed OUR Rag Papers :
la cub money, ten per cent of which I will issue tereon on the 18th day of
shall he paid in] before this corpora- November/. D. 1901. one of the largest carried in Florida
Baa tall transact any business. The I ,
upald balance Bue on the said stock i Witness my official signature and
stall be paid i s called for by the: seal thfe the 17th day of Octobd*. and with a well equipped modern Printing ,
)laird of Direci on. The remaining :
; Meek tall be i old by the Directors! A. D. 1907. Plant new type and artistic printers
tram time to'ti e, as the same may I (Seat) J. W. BRYSO we
W t|em at not less than Clerk :Circuit Court Suwannee Couity. -
.
"par ARTIt,4..JJ I I Florida. w-oct8-4t can furnish you with Stationery as cheap i as "

.' nil corporation shafr exist for a I and "
pried of fifty y t ars. unless sooner ,!t_' NOTICE.To prompt as any establishment in the

tareta.tailed by or the stockholders. Whim It May Concern: South. A trial will convince. Samples and '

V. Be it known that THE LIVE OAKBOTTLING
Tae ARTICLE corporation I WORKS having their office Estimates Furnished
hn be a Board of fiveIknetorL on Application.
and factory In the city of Live :
a President. a Vice-Presl-
ut a lecreta1. a Manager and a I Oak, county of Suwannee. state of
- ,..,..ver. Ones and the same per- Florida, have ,adopted and do hereby>>
_ IDa My told thp offices of secretary PU hi\this device, tow It: "The prop-
-t- ud manager The Board of Direct -
'. n.iball bare authority to appoint ertV pf- LIVE OAK BOTTLING
.. ** ienU of t}Is corporation as WO\KB. TRADE MARK REGISTER
.**n be accessary for the successful ED, HV/OAK, FLA," to be blown ,,
1"1"1 IIJIl... IlIm ; ::: :: I II 1 'I I I !II
II III 1
r..41ct111 of Iti business. Annual'for etched into the bottles and
keUugs of the itockholders of this!'I! I
jf stenciled
f I siphon painted printed or
/O Uoa
shall be held on the first
hMday of JlIlJ o each year the first; *: on all boxes, cases, trays or fountains We Make a Specialty of Mail
III 1&1 meeting feeing on the first i used by Hem in the manufacture of 1
i j headay of July. 1908 of as soon 1 soda, or other mineral,' Said
filet -
:. itch time 41 practicable, at' <
1hieh bottles siphons, boxes. rays or Order Business
-:-
.; meetings the Board of Directs 1907 -:-
] u d officers fqr the ensuing year !fountains bearing the ..:...- If "The :
"fall toW elected lit the stockholders.Live Oak Bottling Wo"s -t above ti ;
J :':,fir. such rules and regulations a. quoted, are hereby claL1> be the mm iii l i ''l III 111" III !II ''I I 111 !PI lplll I I lIIII'1' I 111''.. !!! i
It :", stockholders stall prescribe by[ of the said Lr},-ID' d" BOTTLING 1
". of \corporaUon\ ead property 12.50 / 1
@. 1-lawl be adopted by WORKS, and or 4
....... tlllOf mar heJstockholders, call- corporations are herebr fined not 4 .

.SS that purpose, or at a regular to deface, erase, oblitheUotisover up
11 + Until a Board of Directors i ior otherwise remove l sat real said "I
Officers
: shall have been first therrfld trim d '
t tbtrsn by the stockholders, theof name or device 0 v.se. :j:
the salq coropration shall buy sell, give, take'*' as r< g I e dis- : LIVE OAK I
darted .'d suit I
hJ h traffic i
the t al.4Q1t.following namedesident pore of, or antonl v'sItouVittencoa-> or :
f in the same withe f 1
1l
L. .
Mpg. ROlera. D. J. the lei"e 4' 4
; sent of or unless shall have + 1 .
,OOg (, 'hetsurer Ya Presld S. ,5 nt*. ;Carver H. W. Secre-Mose5 -! been purchased iU"atVhe said LIVE t:

-i-sad W L.Waurer. Board of Direc-I OAK BOTTL1N"6 ;f .RKS. Also the t :li PUBLISHINGCOMPANY I :
rV.; J. F. Carver. H. }device and emus of label, to-wit: + 1

,tIO.. : -.I.,. D. J. Livers. and W. C. "Suwannee Trajte{ Mark Register. t :* I ; ,

Tqriry ed, Ginger Ale. the most refreshing j ;
by-lawt be adopt-
may
the said ginger ale known. Live Oak Bottling "
otecprs and directors
4 t tnnu1 meeting of the Works Live Oak. Fla." printed la It: :

I three colors, and upon which In the ; \ It >.
ARTICL Vi. right hand corner. appears the picture ; ; It '
biihest'am4int of Indebted-!! of an Indian woman sitting upon a It
CSrWty, tw ;corporatlon shall rock by a stream of water.
1o
F' snbec
; itself to is Five :
Dollars. .ny corporation or firms, or par. ; ;

ieasaat ARTI VII. I I I ties using the said bottles, siphons LIVE OAK FLORIDA
des .
sad labels or imlta-
'taut esldences of the boxes, cases, trays or
to ties Articles of In- tlon or attempted im'tation! thereof ; ;

of apital togetfcer stock subscribed with the by will be prosecuted as per law as laid ; ;

.. PJ. Jollowg"Wellborn. down In Chapter 4584. Acts of 1897. ; ;
r a
:
Florida, of the state of Florida.
r p ,r LIVE OAK BOTTLING WORKS. ; ; r u,....-. ...... ,t..,,--++++++++f I i M I III I I U I Ml 111 MM IIM I III M 11 MM HI I M I H 11 M .' ,
.:....... . .
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?, Wellborn, Florida % lttttTTIlTTTTTtfllTTttttrtTtTttttTtttTttTTTtttttttll > > t > > > .... '
,R. fcT-1- R. H. Holmes Prop. V i i i i III u++H It 1 HltMM I 111111111111 111111111111 11111111111 II IIUII II I. ..

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t IRK _iAn utlLt HKM,H K 11 Tl ESUA1, OCTOBER, 19O7. 'Y

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$' S $-StssI ----.
$ $
---s-S--
Josie Boatwright.
.
HE DO.VT BELIEVE IIT. Petersburg- I
LIVE OAK: DAILY DEMOCRATPublished White Shool House Mizeile
Dr. Nunnally. tte president of

every Afternoon Columbia College at Lake City puts Smith.
Indian Springs-..nnie ..ape.
Confidence '
Except Sunday. himself squarely on record as being
Midway*. W. O'Hara.O'Br I
opposed to the intercollegiateathletic
-Gifford Hall and Miss
games and denounces them ,
CHAS. W. IRVI '. Editor and M'cr. Eugenia Hill.H .
without stint as "brutal, savage Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for
,
ckory o n -i-e.le Wiggins.
heathenish customs." It does Indeed "" the ardor with which we are pushing :
Lire Oak, Branford-Mrs.\V. G. Blanchard.
Ice
Cntered at the roetot seem like they have almost
Florida., as Second Class Mall Matted Ptearaat H:11-Jennie Creekmor-J
come to be the chief end of collegelife !
November 7, 1905. in these latter times and that Sulhwn Libby--Mamie Arra Olliver.Crawford. t The First National Bank

education of the mind-mere books I
\\Webster-M'nnle Sauls.E .
THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. :
and the things they teach-!is a
-- quite subordinate consideration. That ::. rson--Geraldine Barnes. i Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks.

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be the present passionate enthusiasmfor Dowling Park-Victoria Ingram I They are frequently inspected of the Controller .
cared
mailed to any part of the United college athletics, which has fairly and Marn'o Tison. of Currency, and are on to make
State, prepaid for |.uo Oak l.iI1-Mrs. i1. Carver.
pastage
captured the will be j times each
for six months country permanent Oloivd .Schools. sworn statements to him five year, hence
$2.50
per year; ; we dp not believe but it is
$1.25 for three months, or 50 cents 1'ethleem- -"h rlty Stokes. .I I they are unoer the duect supervision of the National -
not a bad thing, after all, and when '
for five weeks In advance. Delivered Su wan nee *h. A". Toofts. I Government, and its the staongest on earth 1
pruned of their excesses and their ]
to any part of the city, by Smithville-A 'rth Washington
carrier for 10 cents per week. normal statusascertaned.; we will PinemouBracn4) A)er. I I Safest Banking, 1

----- ---- probably all agree that these strenu Spring Vai.ej'- .agg'e Cary. I i I Best Methods;
ous physical pxercises constitute a
Shakespeare' dn't Jheard of Florida Ti,ere being n/J further business *" for Up-to-date Service, ,t
very importanj\ part of college educa I
when he trcote about the :he board adjoined to meet t! e firM Liberal Treatment. _
tion. The old education madeall of "
winter ot discontent/ We don't have .uesday in November .\. D. 1907. T
tte mind and little of the body; the'new Conservative Methods. '
that kind down here. E.'u. WISE, airman of Board ..
,
system tends to the other ex-
J. E/ \\"OOAl. Sapt and Secretary.E. I Banks. 'j
the National They have
Always use
treme. But we will get right after prospered -
As General Gilchrist has declared
while when the pendulum steadies T in gi eater numbers than all other banking in
against State prohibition he ought to .
C. Love Attorney at Law
and our boyS will come home from stitutions.
I:
U..taYorlte
college, athletic in body and mind Fla. 1 1t'
t- Quincy \Vatch profits are now l
us grow, our as large as
October 23, 1907. '
alike, and' the true ideal will hate

/' The twenty-four-page Homeseeker's been reached. Dr. Nunnally ears, ii Mr. VD.. P.Us.: General Agent Ac- ., t t' our capital was at our beginning. I
cld t Assurance Corporation, Live
edition: oftU,St. Petersburg Inde- writing to a friend on the subject: :

pendenfwas all to the good. and InI I "You and- the friends of Columbia Ook. FI I FIRST NATIONAL BAI K
Dear V(:-I beg to acknowledgedraft
{
Vjtroth/fllustrations and reading matter need never have any fears of inter- I ,

\ well circulated to draw the collegiate game, while I am presidentof in fill payment, settlement and 'I'It
\ the It seems from discharger of my claim against the I
ourisU and the homeseekers to the Instltutl1n. Live Oak Florida.
above company arisingout ,
delightful little South Florida city. history that I am the original de- tinned I
nouncer of thee brutal games. Be- ] of and troll the death of my bus

fore Elliott or fathers or any other J f I band outs D.'Gregory, who was In- -$-*-$-$-$- -$-$- '- --9e-"$-- '--$-t-t-t-H
Specific knowledge gathered by .
.
educator bad his disapprobation sured fy said company, under policy -
I wire to th condition of banks In expressed
as ----------------
I ly planted myself asI numb ed 578779\ This policy had .
leading cities NJn every Southern
j forever opposed!to them. In 1890 I been ssued by said, company only VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORT
States shows thata&ey have not beenat
/ ., when I was priUniversity sident of Mercer I twenty days before t\e death of my
allinjuriousit l ected by the Wall
Street flurry. Southern conservatismIs I Alai$1) put myself on hush nd. Yours respectfully DOWLINQ PARKWAY

cord in the face it the faculty as re-I I NELLIE B GREGORY.
a mighty fln :'thing, after all. andIt
counts big In critical times. ing opposed to {them and with By E C. LOVE, Attorney.

I support of the trustees, forbade and I DOW UPO' THE SUW4NSEE' RIYER"

That veteran journalist, W. D. prevented heathenish all custo such] s.brutal While savage presidentof and BIG MAJORITY TIOMhTSJefforson FOR 1.1t0HIIU- Mineral Springs Hotel and CottagesMOT

Williams of\te Holniies County Advertiser -
Mercer our boy i did not in
has BoJd Ms interest In thit engage AND COL 0 BATHS UNSURPASSED. 3OOO TABLE. GOOD 5E0$.
of the interco County Alabama WasVoted
any leglate sports. The
{ paper to II. W. \rett. Jr., and retires WATER IN EVIRY ROOM. BILUARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH ANO
!) .
will charac ry
same
srlze adminis-
to private life. / Welcome to Mr. my PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SH tOY PAVILLION MtTlI9

r a Drett and may/he ne old philosopher tration College.of I tie believef: affairs in exercise of Columbia and Birmingham; Oct. 28.-Jefferson RATES I REASONABLE__ acu F ScohhtCtio5Ati15E00A5IYWIEtSSILtl' '.".
a
he succeed! find m his retirement county after one of the hottest campaigns ;
eap of it, when o the right kind. I
tie calm co/tent tha\Is the chief | in its history has gone dry. PARK JiO I Eb DOWNING PftRK. FlORIDfLIYIo.
have known a great many weak boys OORESS **
blessing of old age. While it is impossible at 10 o'clock to ..
1 I I to grow very healthy and strong give the majority tie indications art

That recent Louisiana bear hunt of playing "cat" and '"town ball" and that it win be 1500. Tte city ot .' J
.
/ts "base" and "foot-racing" and "bullpen" Birmingham ... I.... ) ; & I I > tl I 11 HI .11. M M M IH M M H II.I III111M*
of
32.J
I Mr. Roosevelt with all magnificent gav, a majority .
+ accessaries and paraphernalia and and interspring the same against prohit!,itit n.
with a reasonable mount of wood. t: 1907 THE 1907
4 publicity bureau in /order to rundown The feature ot the election was the
chopping, plowing and
one lean tapless little bear. grass-cutting presence of u,ousaads pf women and
looked very much like an exaggerated i hoeing. And I still |think all the exercise children at Ine pflllv They paradedthe I Crescent. Pharmacy
needed can had without ,
tettin bf
for avery small and street witb'baJlners, sang hymns
{ +
commonpl picture. As a great running all over the country and and Pleade(J/"'" / butt'ng out their brains and break- I I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
hunt for fyg ga e it fell but little believed tbatXney played an Important -
ing their limbs and playing the brute
snort of burlesoue. and we are glad pare r earning th, county for t -

to hear that G vernor Broward has and tie savage"I'rocwding : JfoI11.lItl The day was clear and The Prescription Drug Store.

invited Gor.i D nchard of Louisiana. I cold and the vote cast was the largestever

and GOT. Cofn*r of Alabama to come of the Board of Public recorded in the county. +

il: to Florida apA plunge with him into Instruction of Suvvannec 1 I Ir ::: "

L the wilds in 1 A sure-enough hunt for I County, Fla. LOST Large ladies' black hand __ .:" i
r
"varmints" / without blare of Live Oak Fla.. Oct. 26, 1907. bag- silk lined large draw-cord; bag 'a--

trumpets kraaks or press agents. I A full board was present last contained one twenty bill (gold cert. makesnodif- : j : It makes no difftrtuce

4' Bear deer,/fpzes wild cats, turkeys. meeting. The read tig of the minute Icate). two ten dollar bills and sonic it I frmur tthtw II .. .. wh !*t

etc are to px\' had here in quantities for the last meeting :was deferre-1 small change. Bills were inside a loIank"nrd... blank yonrduators

to make 'that Louisiana hunt look until the next regular,meeting of the brown wallet and change was in a trites. lour J l r'1),(; !I torwrit youI

' i like a fiasco to be ashamed of, and board. i / 1 mall purse. Also contained two :.. prit.rllltlon4l" I + \ I i i prt'M'ril'lioaOl

three Governors all in a bunch hot School reports and lot( her accounts white handkerchiefs and pair glasseslag : \teran611theut I k'" I'D \ ,I ; tt-efan611them

on the trail v ould really be a won were r< ceived 4\am ned approved was lost In front of Worth : correctly. I/ "\ r t correctly

Impressive spectacle than the one- aad or eyed paid\ j I Stephens Co. Finder! please returu II ( .. I" _''IPI/-, I
#
t "I, AI,
'
f man show in Louisiana. I II I The ounty t/e ufer. ef. EL Lord, I II o this offce and receive liberal re- + ---- .-If -. /"" ,,1;.:.i' 1 -r--

I I filed m nthly report' fpfy eptember, f Td Mrs U Massey U F D. No 2 i I k. } I

As Senator Beveridge., of Indiana. The was examined and ap.1 I '"""-"

has recently married a very charming proved.sate\ I / I;,.1oo 'Jo+++++I IIII11+H.....+)..:.... i- I

young lady and his now submerged in E. L. ,.anifl", >Mpervisor of the i It i" You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at

honeymoon blis it Is reasonable to :oS burg Wfcooyequeated that the Reasonable hrices.

, suppose that he: takes an optimisticview school house gS tbat place be repaired I Useful Gifts aDd
I II .prr.criptions... .. kit your drug store nuclei. We farr a coenpleW
of things in general, and even the same. as granted.A :t u 'The" '' bIe good. Bring ua your l>reacnvtwns w fill S. :, t.ena w'"
: rv pricev Pnvneusyourunlcr. prompt ..
an 1 relu.ble atten: a.
in politics rises above the low level counts'of study for the city and i .5
; : f for the brde sweetheart : ; :$: HONE No. .2.20
of tie partisan t, heights which per- rural sckools as prepared by Prof. t. ecof :

mit a clear view pf the great coming Edwards and submitted to the ;+; or icati c, you ; ; |i T Crescent Pharmacy

struggle for the Presldsncy. Mr. I board for approval, was examined ; ; wil fine in th, how cof 11 ,

Bereridg*U a co loys but not a care- and adopted. and five hundred copies + LIVEK
FLO
less talker and )}e :is also a mighty I' ordered pr.nted. : : J, D. RADFORD, :i: : :i ma IDA. I

smart young man! : with presc'enre! j The superintendent is authorizedto :: sfil'st t "fletl.he.r.s bb" for Chills and fever. (W Cure, No Pav.H .
commin an array of gitt- v- ::1:
beyond the run. The other purchase one-half acre of land g

day he was interviewed by the Wash- I join'ng the Padlock white school and I ing goods, not only 1 'E. I tf.; gain" I I t H II 1 1 1 ......I U 1111I H-H-U II II ....

ington Post and t/f let loose this remarkable fronting tte same the cost not 11 J' beautiful but useful. ::1.: I ---ost 5- -- -- -- -:;;
o declaration, which is the exceed ten dollars. --- -
iv No matter which i ,
more notable as;coming from an accredited The contract was awarded to J. E I '
and orthodox Republican green tor the rebuilding the OAK ,|| way you turn something PS R1'Y 1'1 ICKETS I l ;=-

leader: Grove p-hi.1 house, silt of the same !y;: : con'rants you ,

"I have given mv pledge to support as: follow20x30x10 feet six windows I:J: that will be just right'I

Vice-president! Fairbanks in his and two doors tame to be 'I ++ rli.e! Oak to Dovfinj, Park on sale daily N
I | DIAMOND LOCKETS I :
candidacy for//the presidential nomi celled overhead Contractor tu I at rate of 50 cents round trip with _

nation. He rill hare the Indorse- I furnish all material for tbe l'Onftru'I''I I BRACELETS i. Minimum of ten toes. Call on ...t i i
ment of our state, aid it is my par- tion of said building I I I I *++< diet .+ I II t
,
AND i t I I I I I 1.10" Agent Phone 152 forfurther t
to two hundred dollars BROACHES I I I I I 1
agrees
pose to stand by him and work for : pay 1-44 Ti'lJloH
I* I- information. : : ; i i t....
him. At the fame lime! it is my when the house is completed, according i
to plans and specifications 1 i all of the I itest design.
op'nlon thit Coionel William J.I]I an i

Brian will be oar nex president unless accepted by it. i Watch repairing done by ..
>>+>>
Mr. Roosevelt, is nominated by I The following teachers were *<*- v "''*>>+

the repubu ans." ,;geed to winter ecfeeols: :$; an Expert Workman. : : i Vim SELL NOTHING ExcePT


the As most we see prominent.t, this commits Republican one oi Bteh\"Ule-Dola New HarmonY-Adel Haddock.Clayton. I I 1. D.I RADFORD oJ.i I Ii I Iealth ark: Accident Insurance.Annual .

S tt-J. F. Fountain. S _
-4, statesman in tie country to i fVAi> l Quarterly or Monthly Prem JIM
lr'l I Wellborn-J J. Dickinson and Pins & Mcf WEN General FLA-
Bryan as our next President : : live OAK FLA. ii Agents, LIVE OAK,

there is no prospect whatever of the Miss Kate LJddon. I : P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in North Florida.MMMMM tf

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We notice this morning that' the I :' : I !h

Hair Hardware Companj has a new

cash re'stet.. It Is a very beautiful HAVE YOU

Live Oak and Su- and we learn quite an expensive NOTICED THE
of Locals And Personalswannee
CWS
in&chlne.We: are glad to note the

County Gathered i growt and improvement in this SANITOLADVERTISING

i tore. It speaks we!!tor tte management -
by the.Reporter. 1 THEY COME AND THEY GO. In charge. AND OFFER IN Tilt:

LADIES' HONE JOURNAL
The hunting opensFriday,
t season '
I WQilAVS; HOT1E COMPANION
and from. what we\can learn.. ther.
: Bailey left this morn- Will Tiirbeville. who is employed will be a great'many of -local SATURDAY EVENING: POST
Bey.uefin I I
,, ( r Wefborn.v in RobbinV& McGehee's machine for Sale I sportsmen In the field, wi.luur' and COLLIER'S, DELINEATOR &C.

I I"G' shop, go/lks hand badly smashed dogs. Quite a number

Goff and son, of Pine Mount and is/ff fo\ several days. I taken their old guns frqm the wall 10 SANITOl PRODUCTS $I.CO

shopping today. I and spent hours in cleaning and
i
The Rifles arrived right the and
Euyannee We offer at a bargain, polishing barrels] many

) 3 HeJvenston is visiting,.Dow- side upVith care tbi&,morning.! Nor six with others have purchaee / ew and better Fill in one of the coupons from

y on business. sickneaS serious accident: was re room cottage ones fro mour hardware dealers. above Journals with our name as

nag porte '. modern conveniences on Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL
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LABORATORY, with One Dollar.
I + fOR SALE-16-Inch wood. Phone R. south Ohio avenue. Most MIKES THE BLOOD PUHK."cluablc They will send you an order on
C. C. ( ok/ n Irvin left Retail
W. R- Lee 29-2t us for the ten products. (
9 44.
I I'yr this mornlag/for the southern part of desirable residence sectionof value $2.70.)

0uFrda;,of TUxford, was Ibe | the countyJto spend today and tomor- the city. If you are Prescription to Make Home --

: row squi/ a huntlug. Remedy, Said to Be Very
# 1e1terda 1pplng. contemplating purchasinga

I home Live Oak Fine and Harmless.A Suwannee
of Rixford, in R. L. 5nilinpt was in the city in come
duns
: Haddock,
M I leading health journal, in
shopping. awhile thisVjrorning. attending to to our office and let
r1ty yesterday, I I up
tb answering the question, "What is the
matters oflrisiness and left for home
I us show you this place.EDWARDSftRLTY best prescription to clean and purify
tte .Xeabwrd Drug Company
this
CaoiVon was In town Teb' over morning.
: "
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degas \ the blood prints in a recent issue

II r terday, traau,>g\ the following: Fluid Extract uf
\ Arthur WiseVbo has been in
school in Ltkelclty dandelion one-half ounce, Compound :: I IlIil'' 'II! '11'11111 !II IJlI: :; : l lfl
S. Baisden wept to Madison, came up Sundayto CO.
'
T.
rarlnfs Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup
business.. see his and returned yes-
yesterday. I/ terday. Sarsaparilla three ounces. Shake
well and use in teaspoonful doses

\ W. Bevans, of Suwanee Station i Lewin Building, Room 3. after each meal and at bedtime.A .
t business. Mrs. P. II. \Va .d. aC Jacksonville,
w
here jest rday on well known local druggist whoIs ijij [ CO.
m' parsed through morning on
Phone No. 44. familiar with this prescriptionstates .
her to Lura lie,
visit her
(went to Jasper yesterday way to
Burn
)Elmer that it is harmless being com-
afternoon.r father. Y. ILxBal eatine.Wday. ._u
/ posed of simple ingredients whichcan '
.-. JUST RECEIVED AT be obtained from any good pres- Books *
."** H. M.-Busby, y'Alton. is registered L\JST-A little brown bird do i our'months old, strayed from horn
at the Ethel 4..ay., Reward for his recovery. Horace THE BON TON, It cleans tte blood of impurities Bibles,

; I and nourishes the blood. In just a .
Camera / ,was Olount, this office.Don't /
of
W Lancaster New line Voil skirts. few days toe skin begins to clear of School Books

4 5)6 city yesteraay on business. New line latest shaped corsets. sores, boils and pimples. It puts
forget thjft the Board of
rVeoC New line silk, lace dress trimmings in vigor and energy into run-down, debilitated
Mrs. \p O'Qulnn. of Mayo, is in Trade will Thursday night. braid, lace vands applique, dress men and women. For many
& of the Ethel. Every businessman in the city, I
a guest
the city ay : goods. years Sarsaparilla alone has been Picture
whether a member of the Board or ,
Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. Considered a good blood medicine
es E. D. Pit / returned yesterdayfrom not. shoul L.
Quincy here he had been on MRS. C. W. BACHE Prop. blood, the Impurities remained within
JWIta We noticed! iarirenters at work
/
)osiness.! \ and the good accomplished wa
this morning teVnng the spin .
<. away --- ------- Made to Order
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.lYe B \ /
' of the old Chriruan church. In the
101. |i.- WQ Hare: ?'s- of Greenville.iiAirt bul/di\g Col. S. C. Bojh&on, df Jacksonville when: used in combination with
future the will be used fora I
'
,71 loime, last nlgot to visit her sister, assistant general >asenger agent of Compound Kargon and Extract i -
furniture >re. I
sp
kn. J. B. Brttoii.WANTED .
\
Dandelion works wonders. This
the Seaboard Air, the Railway, aol I
,K j : ra I Mr. Oakley also one of the officials combination puts the kidneys to workto Wall Paper,
Two boarders In The tent meU g wa largely at-
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. filter and sift out the waste mat- Drinks
- ;n the trafilc: department with head- Cold
--- centrally located. Ad- tended last nigh despite the cold ,
,
: UtaUJamlly quarters at Tampa, are visitors in the ter, uric ac.d and other impuritiesthat
IreatBox %14, city. oct283ti weather. The senX6 was very Interesting and Candies
. Cigars
e
t.. from beaming to end. The city today looking after busines3 cause disease. It makes new
blood and relieves rheumatism an.l
of I subject for to ghl will be "Relgto'n. !- matters for their 'company. ..
i t ( Ro ell. wptical specialist, M Y 'lane back and bladder troubles.
i IUnta, camy'tp this morning and ." Ever 'body\nvited. This prescription is better than

\nJP8nd\ a'fewVays ijTthe city. A team ra away this morning in the usual patent med'cines. which 'III IK K I If tUW CO..
"T< of
o :> : best the west end t-he City and threw
j \ / FORjSALEpiritj'barrelsof are in the most part alcoholic con-
;;,TJie subject f Xhe services at theta white oak, sipndard >rupjbatrels of the occupant Henry pelegal, out of coctions. The ingredients cost but

\'"tonight ynll be "RellgI n." best cyaressonlir]| a Imltei supply of the wagon a d s rained his back. .
little and are easily mixed at homo
_ PrsaeMag be/ n at 7:15 the syrip blrreis. All ties filled While the in uri, ( -tot serious it is Every man and woman here should f Managj.

I .X" ) / oo'perage C,., very painful. ,AIr. Delegal was at- TOOK
promptljL p e ators .
it if
5 :make some up and try they feel and Owner
D.1L'Sears d2-wl tended by Drs. White and Creek-
.e \ olrPensacola. passed Live Oak/ la. their system requires a good blood

_ ttwugh here jr- aterday, on his way more. t medicine and tonic.
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.KQo. I J. H. Braswell received a telegramthis I The Kargon to clean the kidney

If* morninr calling! him to the home Stetson University is crowded this: and vitalize them so they can clean : Conceit is tomeih'ng that exists

| i? >OB SALE-Blackberries Jarred: '!'office of the \3eorg1a Mutual Life Insurance )'car. The $1 0,009 library is being the blood Sarsaparilla to make ne'V because people think the world's eyes

J' II watt the quart Including the Jar.I'I.J Company of Rome Ga., and built. The: N rural jcrt>ol is twice 3J rich blood and Dandelion: to tone the are Just like their own.

B. 'Lord. I te: will leave Whis afternoon for big as it eveij was* The College of stomach, clean the liver and make it
! S
Rome. Mr. Braswell is one of the Liberal Arts i3 ne r Ydoubled. The active and relieve constipation is the
1e I None but genius can understandhow
J. W. BlghufTa a
'r : prominent I best agents tniik company has and Academy is bigger The school of way the prescription acts and so mild-

B a of Atlanta/fla' visitor In the they doubt) s I\ve something good music is four Doles as big as it was I .j dud gently tlat one does not consider a genius suffers as he watchesa

.". .today. I in store fo/ hIm. four years ago. they are taking a medicine. bright dream break.

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rC-H.Brown leYr ,' .
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laesrille i on IrtisWss. He will re-j t[!IT" I I I I I 'h i :I i I d:: : : ': I ( I I II ;'I : I;, I I I I ,;!:r;


tOmOrro 1" all \noon. i I f: I 4
- iflNTED TO REiTStorageit
!!la Io+ household furniture for I i ii

t tour months. E. A. Carver. TUESDAY,_OCTOBER?, 1907. L N H/1RVHRD, Pr.,!>r!.''''', PHONE 159. FREE DELIVERY H

'
-". ( SUITS. BON TON COKSETS. have a full line to suit all figures, ULTRA SHOES.
!?* J. Divin d son. Oscar,

|*trwterday fo /Alton, to visit i Special "one-of-a-kind" models in Furnish the correct foundation for at popular price
'Wot V If you are looking for comfort:, "Ultra" shoes arenoted ;:
L Everywhere
I Oscar also spend some tailor-made suits, $12.50 to $25.00.: the highest attainment of the dress

_J shooting ntr ls, They are made of finest broad- makers' art The high bust, small wear the Royal Worcester "Ad- for their smart style. But ;
usto" corsets, made exclusively }
I'I clothes, worsteds cheviots and fancy that Is not all. The new "Ultra" :

''G M IlV 0 ALF.,1ie I. mixtures, Jined with sat'n. for Can stout be adjusted women. in the "Twinkling : styles are the best money's worth ;

seed abo .hre ; The tailoring and trimmings aye
I Nweeks I of an eje" to make larger or of shoes we have ever seen; at :
,i6alo: us sell. R\Wi Ptce'a of the very finest, as found only in M .1w .
WR ? smaller. their prices. We only ask you ;
suits.
( the highest priced
oct21-6t Don't fail to visit our suit depart- Same as advertised in all the to see them. For to see them is : /

Js ment. if you are the least bit interested. I leading magazines. Price $3.00 to want a pair. Many smart, new | ,
.
.. w! Ephes
er. Sr., and wife, each.
14kelaad prominent visitors I Perfect' alterations free. -- N styles now on sale I I I
t of silk Jumper suits
Sam leo line
comfort ar?
(hel are registered at SILK: lIImSIUnTS.111 Quality style and <
no two alike. $9.98 to $12.98.n
=- --- ;, all found in the 'Ultra": show H f;

\ \\ you need a black .silk Popular prices: f.50 to $4.00. H
Two 1t of rowboats HIf -.,
{ petticoat this season If so, see
ggies B n rod con .
Pell to 1. y insman'eshop. )!\ ,::: what we are selling at $1.59; c r I

di-wl I ., Ii ...."" ..ft....,.' .' regular $6.00"alues.. 3

'. r.E'Iij.. ; / mack px">realine! and Heather- 0 tt
: ';
{ f'\ .. to10
GUre rued from Mad-! !:t C ;2\ bfocm skirts $1.25 to $2.59. y \
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p 't1".. g
tlaI, w ere he left Mrs. ;; Li') ). j
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tisg .
he ushter.. Mrs. J. 1. H \, 1' ,
f_ r5TEP.fD.JU SII.TUnEH.. I II
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:: J:;' 'i I STo I 4! <1
.. r .'., Dd* you ever have any trouble ; l :
B
fi ,<11 t. I : ._
live o C. W. Park's ; j'l' ..t. .. I
abdomen effect, to find silk thread.just the right I ..:
fiat
and
t-f\\ round waist,
OQ, Y any s s been In the it /P 'f-J L
; smbod'ed: in these garments, are t!.e shade? Of course you have We if-
lug arrange- ii It JtI PZ't \ ,. '
I lfTFiP orrect portrayal of the latest figure I can supply any color, in allshades ) r !i.
coming of that P. I

this ci The necessary :i 't1.; retirements We lave secured the agency for and by the dozen if yonlike I '. q .flf.

*T b n effected and .t:: I the "Royal Worcerter" corsets, an I I

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Ii QUICKLY CURES S IA,MALARIA.CHILLS and*
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Ii ALL UVER COMPLAINTS.
I A" GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by ,
i d TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle par- :1
chased today may save yOU sick spell tomorrow

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The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy CURED OF ERILME AND FAILED (

College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for ALL OT

all graduates. : AIrs W. A. Wbitewetl. Emory, Te*., \
i writes: "My child hid chill sad lever
for four yesrs. We tried all kinds of
:SCHOLARSHIPS= == i
medicines and finally an acquaintance of
mine recommended Herbine. We used
. three bottles, and the child is now completely -
$40 $50 $75 andVRITI $ 90 cured. You have my permissionto
publish this testimonial M I cheer-
I' fully recommend Herbine to all mothers
basing children afflicted. mine."

LIME BOTTLE. SOc GET THE GEJIUIHZ
: FOR FKEE CATALOGUE AM SPKCIL CiItCCL.1RS.I .
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT GO

i ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.3M&&tf&.
SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE. I
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I i iI $
Corner Ohio Avenue .iiul ("ou..r Street SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

I y j I.. M. 1ATTOLIVE GAIT FLA G- s. STEI> ENSPnsidcnt i Suwannee Drug Company.Now .

I'rincipal.i .
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Practical. I'I Look Out for the Label. Make Steering Dillicult.

"Is Roosevelt bigger 'n Washington -, Bacon-It is said that Germany I "Alcohol will furnish the power of

er Jackson?" demanded an old produces more honey than any other the future," said the engineer.

Inhabitant. I|| European country, furnishing 20.I .-! "Well." replied the motorist. "I Jamestown Exposition

"He Is Just now," replied another i I i 000 tons annually. I,hope It won't affect the running gear ,

old Inhabitant. "Roosevelt kin git yean : Egbert-I'll have to look out whenI of a machine like it does a man's

offis. Sim."-Louisville Courier-\I next eat honey, not to swallow that legs."-Washington Star.
Journal. 'made In Germany' label.-Yonkers IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.The .

Statesman. A Criminal AttackOn

t Notice are pleased to Our to Customers.We announce. that Lett We an inoffensive citizen is frequently War Path, :=: Air Ship, :=: Naval Display,

made In that
apparently useless -
Fole,'. Honey and Tar for cough, forget-Baby Is restless, can't step at j

colds and lung troubles is not affect t I night, won't eat cries spasmodically. little tube called the "appendix." will interest and instruct you. Do not
It's generally the result of protracted
ed by the National Pure Food and A bottle of White's Cream Vermifugenever fail to at For illus-
I I I constipation, following liver torpor.Dr. go once. beautifully
Drug law as it contains no opiates or falls to cure. Every mother
King's New Life Pills regulate trated folder containing discrip-
other harmful drugs and we recommend -' should give her baby White's Cream maps,

It as a safe remedy for children Vermifuge. So many times when the liver prevent appendicitis and tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to
establish regular habits of the bowels.
and adults. City Pharmacy the baby Is pale and fretful, the
2Sc at Barclay L Groover drugstore
oct-dw* mother does not know what to do.
oct-dw FRANK C. BOYLSTON
A bottle of this medicine would bring ,

A Promi.M Kept."I color to his cheeks and laughter to -
Ills .
haven't got any case," said the I his eyes. Give It a trial. Sold bySuwannee Knlcker Wouldn't.Mrs. District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
client, "but I have money." I I -Henry, do you thinka
Drug Co. oct-dw
camel can
pass through the eye ota
.K "How much? asked the lawyer.
needle*
"Ten thousand pounds" was the
reply. Admitted Facts. Knlcker-Dun'no', Do you think ATLANTIC COAST LINE
First Lawyer-You are a shyster the eye of a needle can pass througha
"Phew! You hue the best case I ,
button?Harper's
ever heard of. I'll see that you never Weekly.
His Opponent-And you are a
go to prison with that sum," said the --
lawyer, cheerfully.And blackguard! NOTICE. THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.
The Court-Now, gentlemen, let
I have sold
be didn't-he went there my drug business to
us take up the disputed points in the
i "broke"TItBlts.III. Miss Myrtle Wade, who will continue
case.-Philadelphia North American.DeWitt' .
the business as heretofore. .
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Dear Old Mother. I I assume all the liabilities and will
Kidney and Bladder Fills '
"My dear old mother, who Is now collect all accounts due the old UyeDrug
I|I relieve backache weak kidneys and
1 eighty-three years old. thrives ou Oak Company.
.
I inflammation of the bladder. Sold .SEABOARD
Electric Bitters" writes \V. B. Bruu- by Live Oak Drug Co. oct-dw I I thank my customers who have

son, of Dublin. Ga. "She has taken been so liberal with their patronageand

them for about two years and enjoys U-tiling. I ask that they continue to pat

; an excellent appetite feels strong and l'\e come to give notice, ma'am.". ronage the business. ,,,'. H. BELL. Airline Railway.

f li sleeps well." That's the way Elec-I I '"Indeed?" .

file Bitters affect the aged, "And would jouse gIve me a good His (1101((>.

same happy results follow in all cases I I I reference, ma'am I'm going to Mr. "XoI"asty., If It should come to Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pines,

tI of female weakness and general da- Jones across the ways'. a real Issue. which would you rather Raleigh, Richmond, Washirgton, Baltimore,

t blUty. Weak, puny children too. are "The best in the world Maggie I lose-your money or your life'" Philadelphia and New York.

greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed hate that woman.Life.d "Me lolfe, begorra; Ol'm savin' me -
money for me ould ." The Bohemian
age
also for stomach, liver an \
Kennedy's Laxative Cough TWOELE6flNT TRfllNSDfllLy
Syrup
kidney troubles by Barclay & Groove
is a safe, sure and prompt remedy for
druggists 60c. oetdwr I ,
DeWitt's
coughs an.i colds and is good for Carbolized Witch Hazel
r Pills Sold Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
Live
by Oak
HU Princely Gift. every member of the family. Sold by Drug Company

First College President-Did >oi Live Oak Drug Co. oct-dw.* ocl-dw ---
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approach toe millionaire?

Second College Prt'sldent-Yes. h z An Infant Industry. Slow" Sailing Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
donated a yell.-New York Sun. "I wonder Jf our baby Is destined "Yesterday. said the minister. "I
I{ in future life to be a western married six young couples in an hour, ---. --
How's that for rapid work"
A Most Worthy Article. bandit?
"Good heavens John, what makes "Rapid?" replied the yachtman. The Jamestown Exposition Line
When an article has been on the "Huh six knots an hour is
you say such a thing as that*" nothingto
market for years and gains friends I brag about."-Philadelphia Pres NORFOLK VA.
"Because this early in his career, ,
vedy year, it is safe to call this medicine -
I he Is a dandy at causing holdup.- Excursion
a worthy one. Such Is Bal 'Baltimore American. Julian Caesar Tickets on S-le Daily

t lard's Horehound Sjrup. It post was a man of nerve but sickness left --

I Pulmonary No home Is so pleasant, regardless Its mark and he became aged before of Seaboard For fun information and Sleeper reservation call on any agent
or write,
n of the comforts that money will hit time. Sicknees is often caused

i II merchants in Mobile, Ala, says: buy. &3 when the entire family Is ID by a torpid liver. Herbine will regu S. C. DOYLSTON. JR., Asst. CenL Pass Agent Jacksonville. f1a.

; "For five year my family has not perfect health A bottle of Orino late your liver and give you health ..

! been troubled with the winter coughswe Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents Mrs Carrie Austin Hollon, Kansas.'rltt's _
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owe this to Ballard's Horehoun-1 It will cure every member of tue : "I consider Herbine the best Have
you anything to sell? ?
Syrup. I know It has saved my children family of constipation sick head medicine I ever heard of I am never : Do you want to buy

from many sick spells." Sold by ache or stomach trouble. City Pharmacy without If." Sold by Suwannee Drug Have you "lost"' or "found" anything?
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Suwannoe Drug Co. oct-dw oct-dw* Co. An in
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i rho 7'rooff n 'GheComparivon "Did the you horses Where ever make lie Won.anything playIng :' Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.


"Once. I worked a week Imitating 1

hoof-beats in a melodrama at SO The Mineral Springs Route.

cents a night."-Pittsburg Post.
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WSST BOCND FA5T au\11toD _
eo oaIICKO-.. Napoleon Bonaparte Zd 'IUT CLASS fIEB T CLASS Sid Ci
sl:IIEhULE. I :
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showed at the battle of Austerllti. Frt a&l'1 En }.('U''.. Frt
i and Pus Pau Pass Pass Pass A l"G. J $, 1907 +Paw Paw Faas Pass Pau od fani
he was the greatest Leader In the'I Pau,lass_ '_ !PmP.; ...

world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has l 3 I 7 111 9 5 1 13 : 2 12 14 6 164 ,i8A

Sa sLown the public it is the best Lini- M A.M A.MA.MP.MPMP.M STATIONS A.M P.M P.M P.M:P.MP.M .

? ment in the world. A quick cure for Daily ea: Sun Son Sun D ex Sun In Ix D e Sun Sun Sun I Duly n
Sunday : only only only Sun only =u.. un only imty only
Rheumatism, Sprains, Burns Cuts Ise 1M L.. -;; Lre L.e ---- -- I""A;Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar I fAr SundayAr

etc. A C. Pitts Rodessa, La., says: T 4S 11 101: 8 40 11 1 Z to) 5 01.1 .......Lire OaL_........ .10 2511 btu 11 t 001 2S 600
"I 11 0611 a&, 6 6IS 11 o :: 1i IS ....... ..St.------- li7 8 00 633
use Ballard's Snow Liniment in my 8 10113, 9 t2 II 2 /2 52! .. ......Mereer. ..... .. ;ll" of 1121 563 83713.1 b C
family and find it unexcelled for 906113i' 225 625 Platt. C&11 550 934 350 52i
sore : u : 9111148 23' 6 iiS '..:::..-Iancaster.: .:...: 9 4711 L 542 825 335 519

chest headache corns, in fact foranything ooi12 I :1 { pp .... .... : I 00II
5: 12S1155 610 ; SSI Dowllnc Park ,,140 t10b 21 53 918 315 3 AIII
that can be reached by a 0511' 02 ...._ .
92.I2 4 04 54 0 535 Chanc.-n. 91010: 7 10 625 608 3(0 't n
liniment. Sold 110 U SS' 9 a.12 10 4 11 55f 645 ..M.yo Junction 92310 50 Z 03 5 III 800 son sea
by Suwannee Drug
*- Particular people whose pride and name and 920 54" tIS o . .......Da). 520i947 .1 Z fJi'
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Co. oct'dw'Great 935 947 4 20 60.5 Townorol. I 191310 40 50! 24 d'
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into their have 425 610 ..... ...... 9(61032! s01
mlth. '
pride in product goes stationery no 1014. 4 4-1 Ze I 4710 U 4 43 Z 23'
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; 10 2- 10 i 01 6 4'; .lIhollewa 8 29 9 50: 4 2S 2 011
Bond irrespective of for Luck. 10401 10 43 517 702 I ... ..Perry .. 1116 II 3oI I isO 160
Coupon price ,
preferred 10 55 11 eoi 5 3U 71 I NsmMM+Fprines.8" 05 9 ) 1 :10'
j "How dreadfully stout the general
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over fifteen years. is getting!" .

"Yes. Isn't it fortunate? Other- i ".M P.M P.M P.M P.M P.M
; Not th: cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care wise he wouldn't be able to wear all I Lv. I Lye I 'I L... Ar Ar Ar

ful methods that make for f'rmness and perminance are his medals."-TitBits.Foley's 12 321 1 10.- -I 5 4S ..... Mayo Junction ... 2 08 8 06 2 55N

still used in making -1 f fUlfP ( R((5)1)f OOQ!J I ) Its beautiful 12 41I'-'12!25i: I 55 02 .... ........Peterwn. Dell....... .. ..- 161 144 7 7 St 44 2 2 32'0

o its remarkab'e and Cure will Iii i1 asl : 07 :::::: :. ..Mayo...=:: :: : 1 7 35 2 20
color and texture, toughness erac- Kidney cure any r

: make it only a distinctive paper-but the de case of kidney trouble that is not be- -1 1 151- 12 40 -7iT .... ........ Alton_....... .. i 30 7 215A
log qualities M,P.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.M A.M A.M P.M PM P.M'P.M P.M
. and ii comparable paper for all bus ness correspond yond medical aid. City Pharmacy : t
luxe[ :
D ex D .1 Sun Sun yen ex Sun hex Sun Sun an DuD e.
: ence. Write your letters so that they will compel a read- oct-dw' Sun .Sun Only Sun Only Only only Sun
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ing-wr te them on A Regular Variety. -ii, F71"7 1 5 ; 1 ,.13 2 14 & 16 8


! Ted-What kind of a motor car s Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and

@ @Q1J @OO [ID@ G [ ) has he? call Atlantic on any Coast ticket Line.agent.For further information as to schedules and connections

Ned Twenty-horsepower going .1. LEE ENSIGN, President. 1:. P. IIOI'KINi'iTraffic Manager.
to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing out and one horse coming back.--

of your house AfMllrft f costsno Illustrated Bits. -- ---- -

more than JM IPn: irVlUKother ZZjfojd FLORIDA RAILWAYTime

bonl 01 ):r3 -bat no other bond paper will serve If you take DeWitt's Kidney and

you a3 well- Bladder Pills you will get prompt Table No. 2Q

relief from backache, weak kidneys
-. nru.ii;: CJJPJYBVJbutah.win3'aitaudtu'twAtlcdKS6tlu : '' American Writing; Paper Co. I inflammation of the bladder and Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 3'). at 12:01 A. M., 107.

_tToIII+th"oSVJfP.riPROFESSIONAL ,:-&+prht-rulba I l-trse+tLtnufactnrer4oftheCorn. urinary troubles. A week's treat SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
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.t.J, "ut .U..AI unl"J-lf. let I nw rt' a I I'aper in the 1Vorld.I ment for :S cents. Sold by Live Oak HEAD DOWN. CaNT.AL TI..... Stan l'P
11' 6.'U.U .I'l"lr .u.Ieu
'. 29 Mills. HOLYOKE, M\SS. i Drug Co. oct-dw : : ? o.1. ,"" -
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( Mail 1 I local
Daily and :!IT.\rlu,!". I Mail and FrrtghtExerpt
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His Ailment. x .r. Daily EsI.
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--,- t j "Did jour dear husband die intestate CO .a m 4 jo p m Lv....._. .,.,... ", .,,.. I.",,, 0..1......... ........ Ar IM'e a R' a t 'It
CA DS.L LATEST NEW ORIGINAL : 720 nil 4 41 pm I.v. Porter Is 3"H a 2n
? 7 40 : ::: 4 5i p m Lv=::===--:-=:.tanier.::::::: :::::::::::=:::'::.:::: tOf7 a :. 4 '8 ?Htn m
"Xo," sobbed the grieving widow T W s m 5 08 p m I... _._._ _. "rrUllrd_.. ......__ _.. _.I... I51a a e 4 40 m
2' a m S lf m''Ar..___.. __.rbrarth............ .. ... ._...__1... Is tit' a m' :5 ,.m
Picture Postcards "It was liver trouble. -Detroit Free 100tl a m S 2<' p m J...._____... Wiln-arth......."... ........ .. .._..A.. C a n I 20 m
M. DiXON Press. 10 H5 a no 5 24 p mL., .._..._ _.._Cuwsnn.-Mver...... .,......._...I.v. 11:1&: a m 4 16" m

a Any View Anywhere t I 10 ttf ........ a a m in

DENTIST. !. Made to ,Order For I I Out of Sight. 11 11 ( \\ ......... ... a a m m

I "Out of sight out of mind" is an 11 12! ..li. II a m !i1
OITOWNTU, : CKOWN : ANU : BKIIHJ |!' Half A Cent Each I i old saying which applies with special 12 tlllllilllil--' \\l........ : a a m in !
from 12
WORK, : SPECIALTIES.M.E. Copied to us with the any order.photograph Name- or of print patty forwarded orderingwill I force to a sore burn or wound that's 12'T .... a a m

be imprinted on each card a* pubt. her. withadd"L been treated with Bucklen's Arnica .. s rat
Postcards rrpnduced and delivered
BROOMK, Salve. It's out of out of mind
sight
from
within 10 days receipt of order copy and Luraville Branch
detc iptrai of ac.ne-ror which a maximum of 50 and out of existence: files too and
Itt> Lnratilli and \\iltnarth.
twet'n
words U allowed. I'hotosimile and i'hototype
chilblains disappear under its healing
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOK AT LAW i iUVE Illustrated Specimen Sheet mailed without Went East
charge in return for name and adJreaa of party influence. Guaranteed by Barclay & Bound. I I i Ilvund.n .

UK1UA reqiK.iting Postcard iprcimtn. wnten business on any.tationer kind,.of 109 a Groover druggists. :Sc. oct-dw 8 *M a amT.ml l.v....:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'.. .WilmJirth I..uravilVAlton ::::"':'". ..::..==--::-:-.:.-.,t'I I9 :; : :
ta.nettes n.II tho&colirUluf the State. Spec Picture or your
ItUMUoa I given la Conveyancea. Collectwn to 2V percent. PROFIT Taking Ordenand -----
tI1a.1a. Bit AU bu. promptly' attrnl Slt "A. "[Trade Mark]LOCALVIEW Ambition! is a quality the devil invented Branch

r4 n PICTURE POSTCARDS. One ExclusixWhulna to keep humanity from ever Ret\te.n Majo and Alton.
NOTMT PV.UO>TATS AT LABU e D stnbutor and Manufacturers' A.entPhutojfr.pher.
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( Dvaler.Jobber. Local Newspaper becoming satisfied. Bound.East I Bound Wes_

Publisher or Printer (WANTED in every city. .. .. .
tOWamll. A. .Ar IIN'am
DR. J. W. WEST. town and village LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CON If some women really knew their .0 60 a miar j .:::::::: :::::::....::.::.:.-..:::::.::":..:'::...Alton.:':::. ..:::...::..:::'.:::::..::...: :::.::. .L .I Ill 0. m
TRACT Writ for terms. TEN Handsome Ark- --- ---- -- -- ---- ----- --- ---
Physician and Surgeon. I an".. Photdsimile and Phototype Picture Postcardi husbands they would: not fet'lso safe Trains MhrduVd to carrel with fftttaid; I ire ..it Uiird ard Atlantic Coast Line north
when with them. bout d at Live Oak Fur information rrrardirg tats trheouka rmrtctivna as ply to
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w.ll: be sent to any address on receipt of .
T toA.i -r'F. Snr* M">er. Oflce: Carroll Buildin. Ohio Avenue. FIVE [2c.] STAMPS.

- Residency at Ethel Hotel. American Photocolortvpe Company HeWltt's Carbonized Witch Hazel
Not Inc. proJuctlons for Any Purpose by Any I a
"--0 Sea. No 168.biktawt.Nja.tl. Process. 3dl\e 1? good for little burns and big CARRYGrain

or Iwt burnt, small scratches or bruises and
Dna Stun (Barelar Groove) N.. 14. 331 Dearborn St. Chicago. 'Phone
l Dig ones. Sold by Live Oak Dru ;

Harrison 4691 oct dw' Flour Meal Coffee Rice
Cmnrany. Hay Sugar '
tits:towL F. t;. THO MASON ,
Makers oflPicture PtttcarJs. ColorpholoStereug- sacks and barrels Crackers
Salt in Can
Candy
BROWN & 'THO IASON, graphs Calenders. Pictures fur Newspaper Art The average woman can love her ,
i I Supplements. M.gaiine Corers Inserts for Editions Goods Paper Bags etc. in sto k.
de Luxe. Pictures for Framing Studies.or husband hard enough to make herself ,

repr-iductions fig any purpose in any quantity believe other women envy her Will keep on hand most of the winter, Apples,
PHYSICIANS ..
SURGEONS from 1000 Wnt for rateL 12-71
up. having him.
Banannas Lemons and
Grapes, Oranges.We .

LtY&ou, : : : fLORlUA have on hand now several cars of flour
I Take something now and then t 1I

CRXNO I help the stomach. Kodol will, do this. and can make you some close prices this week for

,WALL PAPERWhen It is a combination of natural digest- cash.

I ants and vegetable acids and con- When in need of anything in our line call en or ,

in need of nice wall pa- Laxative Fruit SyrupPleasant tains stomach.the game Juices It is pleasant found in to a hea'thy takeIt -. write us for prices.Thanking .


l ?eaU on 11. I", PETTY, atMECK'S digests what you eat. Sold by Live I our customers for past patronage and

ClINTON 1 MARKET. to take Oak Drug Co. oct-dw, soliciting a share of your future orders,

:- The new laxative. Docs I he is We are
J When a man boasts that a i

. 1;. A. C1UWPOKI, nauseate. "man of honor" it Is a sign he expects -
not gripe or

'.",. f BUC Office STENOGRAPHER Upstairs. Cures stomach and liver some one to say he isn't. live Oak Brokerage Commission Co. > :


>, ,f; Cltiwns Bank Building, troubles and chronic con- When a man finds his "affinity." 1

.eg'\OAIt -> -:- FLORIDA. the it Is a sign he thinks be can fool ** OLD A. C.1. FREICHT DEPOT ..4

............:.... stipation by restoring another woman, like he did his wife >4 q

natural action of the stomach VisiUre Merchants are Cor..a.J! : united to rrak' t' t. ,r ce their: lead- n
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_ 4iJ.LYLEPractical liver and bowels.Refuse .\ Ord. quarters .b'c >n '''e i :t\ .



,. -: ArER AND JEWELER *ub.tltu"--' PrIce! results 8Oo. ire if This Foley's authorized is to Honey certify to refund and that Tar all your druggist faiU money to Use the best Brick i in the State.

consumption
t *"** experience In most cases
.
i cough or cold It Monhe -
t of Watches from a neglected or Improperly Hire your
always on hand. and Tar cough. heals the lung and pro IT'S MADE: BY
Honey
*te7 treated cold. Foley's
serious results from a roM .
\\ the most obstinate coughs and rents

cures prevents serious results. It costs Cures la grippe co-uh and prevent The Callahan Brick Co. CHlIahan FJa.]

S| .HESS1N8 CLUB you no more than the unknown preparations meumonia and consumption Con \1 a
: 1 ir
I and you should Insist coon 'alns no opiates. Tte genuine ?
*.*ork or short noticd. yellow, package. Refuse subs''ut i
the yellow
having the genuine In oct-dw* City Pharmacy oct-dw W. H. Goodbread,'Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l Ag,t for Live Oak.
Phone 222 package. City Pharmacy.

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JE M. WOOD, Chairman finance Com. -,;
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,; 4; D. L. BYRD 2nd Vice-President. I

Stockholders Liability 5100.000.00.

I THE. CITIZ'E BANK OF LIVE, OAK, tI


.y I A BANK OF STABILITY WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.


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f Y you' to wear"bur HartSchaffner.& Marx I I1.


clothes; such clothes !increase your business I IJ'Wlf'r
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t, I' o" 7i\}:' ,, ",. I They* increase your selfrespect, too; you'll

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t fJJ '; l it Y r f4 tt' *. cotton, will be worth something to you.

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Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffncr & Marx Live Oak, = Rlorida. :I '

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-,C A BRAN NCW INSTITUTION.. 3
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:: Bread, Rolls Pies and Cakes ; f
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and all the products off,a first-clas bakery. I
Fresh Every Day. Courteous treatment i !
t will be accorded all Your patronage solicited 1 I 1M t ... j'; t -- -Y0PSIXEQFRfk0TH -
!In \r !>"'., : \\e have
| 1. RUBENSTEIN. ; N ) bought a better line of clothing for Men,
Proprietor.
; III .I / .i' : Young Men and boys, than ever before. All the latest
f i ..k'ff. : shades of browns grays.and mixed.
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\ : you in Physical Culture Then let us
-r : fit you with a suit of

Live Oak MTg. Co. 10 i II) \ .i+, t! The Lawrences' Model! Made Clothing I

;Manufacturers of ,I Is t3 n t' j; ; They fit like tailor made garments. -

Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights !I n II ..\ \ t\11\ :; made We good have and a strong strong line for of wear.Youths and Boys suits,

a3 Power and Turpentine.Electric i Take
look
a at our Fancy Silk Vest they arC
Lights in any part of the city furnished for I E fjl : fine.
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\ Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. "' !
t. IIII -- ._....._- COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU.
Electric power-:-Day and night current-for manufacturing )

Wholesale purposes.and retail Ice-out of City- orders have spe- E I 8. J WHITE GENTSFURNISHER.

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