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 30, 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: UF00075905:00170
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New Yor / Oct. 29.-S. J. Small f r Washington Oct. 29.-President

recently dep sed president of the I Roosevelt was in conference with all

Commercial Telegraphers' Union who j the members of his cabinet except

arrived In Nlw York from the West |" Secretary Taft for more than two

.. ;t today and wa refused permission to I! hours today. The financial situationwas

address the local branch of the Unionat under discussion.

'1 a meeting In\ he afternoon to- Secretary Cortelyou shares the view

) 1 .1 i tight sent out a statement to the public that the general money situation

"calling off" t|e telegraphers' throughout the country and especially
itrike. in New York is steadily Improv-
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1-" After reciting hfe efforts to bring k' l cif \ $ ing. Although ht is averse to making -

about a settleme /of the trouble advantageous any public sta went on the subject -
: ; &q"k 1' )
1 f-' to t/e strikers, and the ; I it is known trait be regards the

;J;' action of the Union in declaring his: i t % .: j r I r/, 1 i situation with far grVater equanimity

c office vacant yid electing a successor W 1'Ft" 'I than at any tin du g the t ten
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1 lot' Small sa Ii j i days. During thdra f seveif da -/ ha
':> the recognlz- has deposited in tie natloXl
t "I feel it y duty as birnks a

t ed leader an legally elected president '. /fJt sum approximating $50 >0dfo, and i
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,. of the a resaid organization to since early in Stfptemrer, hen the '

Issue this st ement declaring a EpSS i--*' Secretary\began Is jreekjjr distribution I -

chaotic condiii&i to exist within ours near(' iWoo/ 00/as been de

official ranks. : id further declaring I posited, whlcn bra seamount of i

,(the telegrapher strike unquestionably public funds now*in Rational banks

f the greate and cleanest fought up to over $215,000,000, of which

))102 "'; battle of recen .years, at an end dat- about $12,500,000 has been depositedto

e;lag from We icsday Oct. 30. ... the credit of government disburs-

'jfl''rJ' ** ing officers.
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FLORIDA'S GAME LAWS : j&L.-\' -.7.--------=- During President Cleveland's first
...r.h __=__.----L) = -,.--. term very large amounts of public
-- funds were deposited in the national 4
Season November
Opem Begins 1- '
Provisions of State Statutes. Morgan in Philade'phia Inquirer. 'I banks for the declared purpose of relieving -

1 the treasury of a burdensome
Deer, November 1 to February 1; THREE SOUThERN GOVERNORS, TWELVE STATE ELECTIONS IAXK noiuiEis ACTIVE I surplus but never before in the his
full or partridge and wild turkey,
I tory of the country have such largo

November 1 to March 1; duck, Oct. And Maybe Four Meet In Atlanta t' i,i Will lie Held Next Tuesday-Only InMaryland I Southern Hankers Warned by Pinkerton sums been placed with depositary ;
j t to April 1. It is unlawful to kill
i Straight Fight. banks to
Discuss Southern Railroad Party avert threatened trouble la
funs within mile Agency that Tht'yre
one of West Palm times
Situation. New York, Oct. 28.-There will be of unusual disturbance in the
1k Beach and \ugustlne.. Clay and I Moving South. financial centers. 1
elections in twelve states one week
) ;;1 Berundo counties have special laws Atlanta, Ga.. Oct. 28.--Gov. Smith from tomorrow. In Massachusetts, I ,(Atlanta Journal, 29th.) Secretary Cortelyou remained with i1

lice?; deer hides, uail or partridge, has decided Friday as the date I the
I upon Rhode Island, Maryland, )Mississippi Owing to the unusual wideawakeness President for some time after the
ft did turkey c not h exported for be held with that is conclusion of the meeting.
1 4 the conference to and Kentucky a governor and other being displayed by"yeggmen"
from the j jtf Tb
country /sale of any
Gov. Comer of Alabama and Gov. state officers are to be chosen; in in other portions of the I

; 'die the abovl is pro bite Non- Glenn of North Carolina to discuss i New Jersey, a governor only; in New I Ii (l country, the Pinkerton Detective I 1'EOXAGE IS CHARGED.
of th I
< st h r'e a hunt-
the railroad situation in the South.In I I York two associate justices of the agency has warned the banks in this I
hg 1l
2'1 tl use btalned fro the Clerk addition to these Governors there court of appeals; in Pennsylvania, a section to keep their eyes skinned for I Alabama I'lant'rlIt'gt>d to Have

hmt. It Ic urt i sac county they may be Gov. Swanson of Virginia, | state treasurer, and in Nebraska, a suspicious characters and to exercise Held an Italian for Debt.
cos = and expires
the day t b rch. No one is and the attorneys, general of these railroad commissioner and two re- uncommon altertness. Mobile Oct. 28.-Before Federal

[hatred to kill t same more four States. \ gents of the state university. In Dark, stormy' fights are especially Commissioner Moseley, a peonagecase
year Ohio Utah and California, municipal cited as times for are and it is pointed -
Ih15 five d an five wild Gov. Smith declines to give out the of more than usual interest will

the bag limit forCSSIAX ne day's hunt turkeys must nature of the conference, but it is understood -officers are to be selected, while in out that harp ess looking peddlers be heard at Jackson, Miss., on Saturday ;

-== =set exceed ZO quails and 2 wild tur- that they will. discuss the recent -! New York county a number of judges who shove greasy bills at the when O. B. Crittenden a

ts31 by an individual or 40 quail passenger rtes ordered into effect j and a sheriff are to be voted for. paying teller to be changed into wealthy planter, will be arraigned

G8Ii'NG1 4 wild turkeys by number in their respective States and en- The prohibitionists have a state dimes and nicKels,jare re fly the advance the specific charge against Critten-

4 "Blag a party Forty doves any Is also deavor to adjust the conflicting laws ticket in all the states except Maryland agents tif'eggm&T' bands and den J ing that he has been holdingin
and Mississippi, and city ticketsin all the while eyes to good l
Halt for a day's shoot. governing \ltransportattn companies. involuntary servitude an Italian by
The be Cleveland and Cincinnati, but not I advantage in pending/ ut the positionof the name of Angelo Casavechia a

t ASSASSINATED. held in the->rlvat/ off ce of Gov. in San Francisco and Salt Lake. the bank .vaultJDf what make it farmer on his Sunnyside plantation, ti;
The Socialists also have tickets in is, and ottter Info anon that might in Arkansas.
pi/large to as-
Smith, which is am +;
'4 Sf the Prison I commodate the octett*. It is expected all the states except Mississippi and come in handy. j The Italian it is charged became e
System Boldly Maryland, and city tickets in Cin- Following is a portion of the cfrcu-
gbot IIJ that the conference will meet at Indebted to the firm of O. B. Critten-
YOUng Woman Who afternoon cinnati. Cleveland and Salt Lake, but lar that the Pinkerton agency is send- den & Co.
the and
r WM noon on Friday and sit all of announced his deter-
e Captured. not in San Francisco.The ing throughout the South r
' It. and probably Saturday morn : mination to throw up his contract '

Petersburg Oct. 28.-Gen.o&ky ing. Socialist-Labor party has Warning-Hank Uurglary. with them, whereupon he was ar-

I director of the depart- tickets in Kentucky. Massachusetts rested by Crittenden to r
ox So far known this is the first I
prisons as Bank
of the vault and safe burglars are
ministry have and New Jersey while union labor the affidavit filed in the case and
was shot and killed to- time Southern governors ever I nominators showing unusual activity in eastern,
made for city officers in taken
. to by force across the river to
The confer in regard
Men, general the been known to \ middle west and northwest coast
highest San Francisco. Sunnyside where he has since been
latest "bit offlcial connected with the laws governing corporations. \ states. We recommend and suggestthat
I There is onlone ticket-the forced to work and not permitted to
rlaons and It lsreason supposed every possible prevention and
t\1a Democratic-in = and the leave the premises.An .
na the: i 'ilsalHlppl precaution be used.
he was DKXIKH: : A UEHKAUlXd.Greene
doubtful.In appeal was made to the Italian V
resutl of course, if.
for not
let us assassination by the ter- These burglars operate usually on
tliere consul at Watbiagton and a* a remit
I Massachfo are ten dark, stormy nights especially when
; and Gayuor Mut Serve Term divided of an investigation Critteaden was
g w an' who has tickets, five being among there is no moon.
not yet arrested.
) 5tifted presented herself at and Par Hwny Fino. I Democrats who ar/ engaged in a Keep a bright light burning in

keeR7 recption of Gen. Max- Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 29.-B. D. factional fight with he state delegation front of vault or safe all night, with liuom for Cannon.

r and retained quietly in the Greene and John F. Gaynor. the contractors to the national|Democratic convention shades up,co that a full view of interior -
Chicago Oct. 28.-Speaker Jcwcpto
I5t The
m unt it w her turn who were convicted of defrauding -' next' year introspective. of bank can always be had
G. Cannon's official for the
a ballot law c naaiisaion decided that from the campaign
( street.
er 's out of large ;
e rate office.'presence the government
' suits presidential 1 nomination started k
s 1 hi yesterdaydenied Henry M. Whitney was the nominee Examine the photographs of bank, /
the sums of money, were today at rcneeting o fourteen I Wools '
dies a vo er and fired a rehearing by the United, I for governor. vault and safe burglars in this bul- Republi n congressmen at the -

t auk of appeals, i in In Nebraska the Democrats and letin.
at the court
States circuit
gen- d
auditorium. IV s decided to pfeee f
they ale a king effect. The session in Montgomery and unless!I i Populists fused on tbe officials to be Peddlers of needles court plaater,
Speaker Cannon u the race whether t
i voted for throughout the state. notions small ware, etc., in
s hastily taken to I the defendants secure a writ of certiorari are many be acquiesced Jh not, but when the #
s condition United States supreme t In Maryland there will be a straight instances tbe advanee agent, or so r
wasleneral's from the speaker fi at the end of
The assassin, I court they: will have to spendfour I I j contest between the Democrats and called "locaters" for "yegg" or tramp three houry wasymlled conferenceXJie threw

vou.ER.. Ureted immediately un- years in the penitentiary besides -.1 the Republicans, only the two par'ha'ing burglars, using these pretexts or by up 1
his handstand said: "W v boys will
avowed < made nominations for state requesting the paying teller to changea
herself to a t
to compelled pay
an each being
be boys o as you pleas C Five
ice northern flying sec- fine approximatingv 300000. GreenE> officers. In addition to these a house five or ten-dollar bill, they observe Illinois congressmen who wereun* P

; ; ..$ cia" revolutionists convicted of bein; I of delegates and one-half of the state conditions inside the bank make of; ;
4 whoRed and Gaynor wer II able to be present are also back of
with the task of implicated in fraud:/ in connectiot i senate are to be elected. The next vault or safe, etc. They also may re- the movement.

I. offsky for the stern I with harbor improvements at Saran-1 I legislature will choose two United I main for several days in towns wherea

1Q lately had introduc- I nah, Ga., and sentenced to four year s i I States senators--one to fill the un- I bank vault or safe burglary is COn- local authorities of this, suggesting .

t of important poli- in the penitentiary, besides bein?j expired! term of the late Arthur T. templated, to determine what the protection that suspicious characters of this *j
jI" the other to take the is; whether by policemen, class be
whom he ordered to fined nearly $300,000. The prisonersare !> 1 Gorman and carefuly questioned and g

korduury criminals. I now confined at Macon, Ga. I place of Senator Rayner. I I night watchmen etc. Advise your watched. HQ ,

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STATE OFFICERS. the steel when it would be dissolved.In .

N. B. Broward, Gorernor.H. his cell were several bottles that MONDAY NOVEMBER41CIRCUS
had had been supposed to contain LIVE OAK
Clay Crawford, Secretary of State.
medicine. One qi these the authori-
Wm. V. Knott, Treasurer.JL ,
ties believe conta ed carbolic acid,
C. Croom, Comptroller.W. and they will have ft analyzed. Mears PARSHLEY AND PINE STS. :
.. II Ellis, Attorney GeneralB. declares he did not cVt the bolts and GROUNDS

E. McLin, Commissioner of Agri that they were in tha condition whenhe

;' culture. was put'i the cell He was
W. M. Holloway, State Superintendent promptly removed- tp nother cell, CENTRY .
Public Instruction. and a more car Toi'wnch than ever

Ernest Amos State Auditor. will be kept over hlmj He is knownto

W. B. Saddler, Assistant Auditor.' be a desperate character and the World's Greatest Trained Animal Exhibition.The .
prediction I iiKjn de y those best
SUPREME COURT. acquainted with hinTthat the state Children's Fairyland and World of Wonders.

authorities will have difficulty inkeeping "'t

T.A.M.W.Shackleford.Cockrell. J.Chief B. Whitfield.Justice; e him a prisoner. 500 =Marvelous Animal Actors= 500, '

Fenwick Taylor R. C. Parkhlll. W. BURGLARS \\OKK.

1i.. Hocker Associate Justices. 2 Herds Performing Ekphants. 200 Accomplished Ponies. .

i t Rob a Merchant's Safe and Then 50 Comical Monkey Comedians. 200 Educated Canines. )

RAILROAD COMMISSION. Burn Store. With a Host of Trained Sheep, Pips, Cats and
'R. Hudson Burr Chairman; N. H. ParrIsh, Fla., Oct. 26.-What ap- WACO POSISIVELY THE ONLY BABY CAMEL

Butch J. L. Morgan. Royal C pears to have been the work of a r= -_ EVER BORN IN AMERICA. : : : : :

Dunn, Secretary. safe-breaker who followed up his ;
crime by adding arson to it, occurredher I 100--MARVELOUS ANIMAL ACTS1OOTwenty
last night. Roy Youngblood's
DISTRICT. I store was burned to the ground after -

Frank Clark. :'the safe, in which he had several Extraordinary Arenic Attractions.
hundred doll s, has been robbed.

When the fUrmes were discovered,
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 5--Alystifying Juggling Normans
which was shortafter midnight,
B. II. Palmer Judge. they had made smch headway that The World's Greatest Club Rwingers and Lightni g Jugglers.
Cary A. liar dee. State's Attorney
i nothing could be rone to save the
building. U and t\e big stock of Trapezists, Acrobats and Clowns in Many New and Novel Acts.
merchandise Wch '*re in it are an

approximate foirr. thousifid dollars. Headed by Two Magnificent Military Bands, and Starting From Show Groundsat
t MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE- Wha akes ft app r to have
10:30 O'clock Sharp.
S&'IT TIVES. been the\'ork on a Ink and firebug

W. R. Dorman. W. H. MoClellan. Is the factytnat Ihe s4 e door was
.Mammoth 3IrnaRerie Open for Inspection One Hour f'forafh Performance.
this morninipfodnd to open, and
J. N. Conner, County Judge.J. several hurdred dollars, which Mr
W. Brjson, Clerk Circuit Court. Youngblood left therein, was gone one Ticket Admits to Everything-
Much of the in silver. Mr
money was
J. H. Rickerson, Sheriff.
Youngblood locked the safe last SPECIAL' An Animal Actor's reception will be held in the menagerie tent Sunday afternoon from two to four
G. B. Lord, Treasurer. .
night.A o'clock. Ladies and children especially invited to attend. Every animal on exhibition.
1 J, N. Meeks, Tax Collector.A. .
photographer who has his tent :ry
D. Hemming Tax Assessor. -
nearby said that he was awakened
-} J. E. Wood, County Superintendent during the night by what appeared to

i Public Instruction.II. him to be a dull explosion. This is

E. Carter, Judge Criminal Courtof believed to have been the time the

Record. burglar was operating on the safe.sW.I.unnu .M....
O. O. McCollom Solicitor Criminal

Court. FlsU : .\ IUTTLKU. Red
Rock Ginger Ale
111. M. Hawkins, Clerk Criminal Court
Sump Contributes Ili> st Sn.iko J

t COUNTY C011 IISSIONERS.W. an Fhh Story of anon. Is the Real Article .

A. Tison, Chairman; M. 1. Sumner, Ga., Oct If.-Mr J W

r Burnett, J. J. Dempsey, J. II. Trammell, \ho is cafrier on R F An inferior, weak flat imitation
D No 1, froV gingerale
Grant II. II. Davis. this rla.ce, brought In will
cause indigestion and
the news todV' otfone of the most constipa-
-- wonderful fish Von oe tion-defeating the for which
i COUNTY SCIIOOL BOARD.E. snake stories of a very purpose
the season. V Ate RED ROCK GINGER ALE has be- ,at NO
R. Wise. Chairman; A. D. Puter- A pond hue Vs the Minim's fish (( t;t r come famous. co o

baugh R. II. Carver. pond, seven /lea north of here was I''i111 I The value
I of Purity and Quality cannot OCIfI,
being dralnqfl and aViuge trout was be
to strongly urged. Get RED oR 0 C K
CITY DIRECTORY.J. caught whifh had sallowed
a rat I A REAL GINGER ALE which stands out amon'all
B. Johnson. Ma>.or. tlesnake me feet longhand snoring i other brands-foreign and domestic-as the acm

C. II. Brown, Alderman and President seven ratifies"rfammell. >_ ,- : of health perfection giving results.In combIning purity' quality and
City Council. Mr says that 14 G S.

Aldermen-S. J. White, T. S. Anderson Sunaner and several other reinrai" Sold evem-hCJ"4.Wi'8 t-d imaa bottle,
J. M Barclay W. J. IIlllman.J. gentlemen of that neighborhood w. 1. f1 / or ic a glass from loUlei.
E. Wood J. L. White.W. vouch for the truthfulness 01 I nro, uu..
tory ;y'r THE RED ROCK CO..

II. Lyle, Superintendent City II -- -
Jacksonville I
Water Works. Hard Times In Kans.iv. |
R.. H. Haddock, City :Marshal and
The old days of grasshoppers ana
; ; : Sanitary Inspector. ,
i. i.
drouth are almost forgotten in fh
W. D. Wright, Police.
,'J prosperous Kansas of today; althoug

a citizen of Codell. Earl Shambur,
t has not jet forgotten a hard time hi'

encountered He says: 'I was worn
;; Date for Entrance to Union l'iu..lB11 -
idt nt foi Noicmbor 10. outand discouraged by coughing NOTICE TO Sn SCHlmHS.11 :

night and da). and could find no re- \ -
I Washington Ocl 28 -After receiving :;
,; today la per son from Gover lief till I tried Dr. King's New Discovery their Forget

nor Franz, of 6 k tbou/a, a certificate It took less than one bottleto special favor if
ed copylof tbtf new onsUtuUon and "
completely cure me. The safest tie for the paper

4; a certiflCateyof lectIon returns, and most reliable cough and cold about as Jonas
President Kooseyelt announced that
remedy and lung and throat healer and
he would prod im the territory a suns..ne
State November 16.1)ITEIIMiNE1). ever discovered. Guaranteed by hate to be paid I _

Barclay & Groover drug store. 50c ers. If it is

TO }:sC.Whitt' .\..... and $1.00, Trial bottle free. nov* prompt heed to
of The Southern Cy

.MunK'rcr In Miami Jail Uses out November 1st. It
Acids to Dissolve &tl liars. |

(Miami Metropolis.) pages of spicy read-]
That W. M. blears convicted of BOTTLED I
1 murdering a negro named Davis, at you should not miss

West Palm Beach several months a
ago and recently sentenced to life a l ffi Agents.'t .

imprisonment, is determined to escape D
o -- from the\ounty jail here where a cash prize of $10,00 for tle
he is still confined pending an appeal Brings City Joys to
of his case was\further evidencedthis us by February 15th, 19000 Q

morning wheV Deputy Sheriff Bottled Coca-Cola has this \ and not exceeding 0
Morris found both lipltsjholdmg that
drawn from a fountain-the every
..of.. the locfcvajJs cll into which absolutely right. Where
...... : every
\ when
from the lotsets automatically measured out, there lsaom
E.'Tr sate in two with subscript**
for carelessness a clerk. at once for a years
th without dif- freshes and invigorates and males possible
free man soRd strength without loss or injury. There are many your convenience.
N whE.'nabout Insist on Crown Label and be sore to \f


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IF'I "S Mr. Jenkins was ar- I
raigned before i HAVE -

News of Live Oak and SuLocals And Personals Judge set satUTda3nlght.liminaryhearing In the i NOTICED THE

wannee County Gatheredby meantime he was/laceVunder a five SANITOLADVERTISING

I hundred dollar bond vhich thus far
\\I the Reporter.
THEY COME AND THEY GO. he has been unable to give and Is In ; AND OFFER IN THE

I Jail awaiting his hearing LADIES' HOrtC JOURNAL *

LOST-Large ladies' black hand

FOR SALE-16-inch wood. Phone The White>J3roB. revival services I bagsilk lined, large draw-cord; bag SATURDAY EVENING POST

'. R. Lee. 29-2t I 1 under the tent nuar the courthouse in for Sale I contained one twenty bill (gold certificate COWLR'5, DI:LINGZTOQ &c.

1 being well attenAd, and good reports I ), two ten dollar bills and some

i Jt.S' Ogden and son, of Wellborn, I' ;ire made of pie \>reaching being .... ,small change. Bills were Inside a i 10 SANITOl PRODUCTS $ ."
e'us .... visitors in the city today. !'c done bj Ute evangelists. brown wallet and change was In a

P _-ing We offer at a bargain, small purse. Also contained two
McIntosh, of Luravllle, came I Next Sunday at the Baptist white handkerchiefs and pair glasses.
Fill in of the from
six with one coupons
[ morning to look after bust church the\ *tor will discuss avery room cottage Bag was lost In front of Worth above Journals with our name as

J0' in the city toda)'. interesting Aeme for the con- modern conveniences, on Stephens Co. Finder please returnto Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL

regatjon. Ke f> ydur.. eyes open for south Ohio Most this office and receive liberal re LABORATORY, with One Dollar.
avenue. They will send you an order on
When in neeclsjanything In the announcements later on this week. desirable residence sectionof ward. Mrs. R. Massey. R. F. D. No. 2 us for the ten products. (Retail
toilet or drug li9l\ call at the Live value 270.)

.. Oak Drug Co. I \ $ 1J \ Owing to the series' of sermons the city. If you are Florida Institute.In --

that are beim* d ivered by Mr.
contemplating purchasinga response to an Invitation, the
C. S. LeFever, of Luraville, White at the test? there will be no
Capt. home in Live Oak editor of the Democrat, yesterday Suwannee
; among the business visitors in the prayer meeting *Whe Baptist church come

today. tonight. Let dYer>\body go out and up to our office and let morning this city, visited an institution the Florida InstituteIn for the E+

- hear Mr White. us show you this place. education of the colored youth, and
WANTEDT>o boarders In Drug Company
made an address before the facultyand
- trally located. Ad- Brick the Parshley buildIng
family, c \ -
private student body, and In a measure
I Box 214/cit" oct28-3t is workj ed a)6ng at a pretty
dress t looked Into the character and extentof
good e/ da>s more willmakea EDWRD8 RE&UY& CO. the work being done. We were

- Miss Pearl Hurke returned last marled' fference In the ap- very much gratified to find that the
evening from Fresno, Cat, where she pearanc&-of that part of town on account -
school is one of superior order and
- tu been spenalng t.he summer.Dr. of these structures.It Lewin Building, Room 3. real merit. The discipline seems to

& be thorough, and the deportment and fl [w GO:
J. W.' West and Rev. C. A. seems thaL houses for rent In Phone No. 44. general bearing of the students indicates .
Ridley were \it after the squirrels Live Oak are getmiirmore scarce al:
I that the teachers and :
U the SuwanneeTiyer'oof swamps yesterday the time. We believe that many mo.-e ._-- -- 0.
managers in charge of the training
- afternoon./ \ residences could JBeyented at gOOf! JUST RECEIVED AT have been successful in Imparting a Books
I ITS figures if some Jrie s QuId see fit to ,
cultivation that is highly commend- '
FOR SALE-Blackberries Jarred, erect some buildings for that pur- ;
i THE BON TON, able. Perfect order was noticeable Bibles
H cents the quart Including the Jar. pose. throughout th% morning exercises and ,

- C. B. Lord. New line Voil skirts. prompt responses on the part of all
School Books
Dr. Pasco ea rue in yesterday after
4 i New line latest shaped corsets. the students. \The gjounds and
it of Mr an absence gjiice tirday. The doc-
iI t I E. W. Quarterman/brother: New line Silk, lace, dress trimmings in buildings were cYan a d neat, and ,

-- I Quarterman, of the/rlorlda Hallway, tor spent Sunday jnyacksonvule. and braid, lace vands, applique, dress 1 the students wer* all/eat in their: '
vu In the city fcI \*port while this came back to thr canty meeting Mou '
\ goods. dress and acpeanuic morning. j day. He reporfc, tne meeting getting Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. what we couVLJ r/ neatness and ,

\ along nicely. cleanliness e\irywhve is emphasized

Sheriff Klckerson went down to MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. at all times bf the /achers. One of Picture Frames
/6rd Rev R. A. of Rev S.
ra this morning WJilterbrother the principal VfforiL being made by
>r. for the fall term of Circuiart J. White, whoConducting,( the tent the teacXprs is v thoroughly im- Made to Order

meeting in the cjfc', came in yesterday The ret issue of The SoutheinvftOak press uponvjejmlad of every student
from Grimell.': sas, and will IK. Cy is (The Monthly) will the importance /of their forming

t Rer. H. Duiill ent outo the identified with the meeting until it be, ut ou hey.fli t of November habits of Industry, and ever keepingIn

.. camp meeting /Pine Grove yesterday closes. f ita ford'fifty cents and mind to do what they do well. In Wall Paper,

evening *ill remain until i ife Cyclope" ford whole jear this connection they have an industrial -
cites We learn that T\ P. Ward. living Db first Cold Drinks,
tt meeting riday morning ss the number, subscribe department, "where to some extent -
I a short 'stan< from /own, burial
I N, now. 30-2t a technical training Is carried Cigars and Candies
Claude Brooks who has been his \wo-JeV-oJfl son Monda
on. The school Is also Christian being -
14 spending a HttlViime with friends ReJ.. T\flu /Afield the funera U'HUe making report of biB trip under the care of the Colored

. tad relatives h/e, goes to Terrell services. Tne Democrat extend north anew days ago. ,Rev. J. T. Baptist church. An effort is made

# :'t Fla. today. / sympathy 10 th* sorrowing; parents. Butler m.de.tly neglected to tell tu says President Jones, to train the fig. 800 K & WCO.O

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: that he ha\ been elected, vice president heart in tound religious principles

2 G. I. S. wat the popular repre- You often hear it said that women of the\ ,enera' Conference of as well as the mind in other things.

.. K&Utive of the Cftble Company of are full ofvcuriosit>J Probably so American;'\>tiss for the Southern The Institution though twentI )-

Jacksonville is I/She city, looking But they ai\ not b\ themselves I division of the raited States Thisis seven years old, is poor in bothI F

after the InteresUf of nis company fo: Leslie Iturris Vid a/ticking horse on a distmctloycwhich any one ins I I equipment and buildings. It needs f C COOK Manag' tr
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\ and Owner
the this /
a few days. streets ro lug soon gathered I
the work it is
that church yfioulX feel help and doing appeals -
proud and
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crowd of curious folks
a a
f I not only to those of the colored !
L ever see-auQ\the were not women I we rongrat ate Br\ Butler on his
Prof. L! M. of the
HaUon. president I brace' who may be able to help it. but
kouthern There weuf nitti hants, lawer4) prefermen He is \ vermodest "
Busines of this 1
College : to the bite citizens of this section an Some people seem to think that

t city, and also of t Tampa Business physicians, asjfits>. ed\ors. preachers, man. an< modest in a\r gentlemenis : well for not only moral sympathy nobility went out of fashion when all

.. College Tampa.ys \or a few da>s' etc, all fuy of e\t\ement and I'I, a \ey beautiful sand bXpming virj and support, but financial help, thatit
hilt college anxiously witching to ve if th I titles were abolished.
to the here. :I tuft may be made more effective in its
th\ tue, it should not le flowed to
young ma would ride horse 01 efforts to better the negro race amongus I
lonceml his friends from \ knowledge By hanging aronnd a girl a
the hors rrido the man. Xo many
Col a J. the young them for
HcGehee is in ci'ylor by training useful, un- i
I a short McGehee it- the ladies hate no corner on the I, of such worthy honors \.> have r.i..; !lire and 10 Ix-l good citizens young man has run his head into the
0111'bt Live ViSijOl.: popular I "curiosit}" market been conferred upon him '. hereafter. matrimonial noose. t

titisena, for claims him,
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Guo.. w. Vacn, pf Valdobta, a I I "Q," Not "Q," is our Motto Emporium Store News.4tQ," Not "Q," Is Our Motto I I i t

4-' Jrominent bankec and naval stores ,

etlint. -. aap of his city bd also holder of I WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1001. L ."\'. IlrM2l)Ill), Pl\llrl tor. PHONE 159. FREE DELIVERY J '
tttalderable 1
IntjresVs In this section -
t. *
U here I
this corning, attending toE SUITS. INPKUWHAH. NEW BROWN *>HI UTS. l'LTH.SHOES..
'taines matters.

/ Special "one-of-a-kind" models in Now is the time for heavy underThe: express man has jut f

-, The tailor-made suits, $12.30 to $25.00. wear We have a speciallv good Jine ; Everywhere "Ultra" shoes areThey |
s> Odd Fellows_ will meet In brought us a new shipment of
tCu1ar are made of finest broad- for ladies and children. noted for their smart style. But ::
i session fWsda> night There Chiffon I'anama'Irt: In all
r.-m ** work clothes worsteds: cheviots and fancy New shipment of infants' wool that h not all. The new "Ultra" ;;
1 14 a of Pclal Importance, mixtures, lined with satin. vests, 40 to 75 cents each. Just shades of brown, from the "Star"Skirt worth
full *ttea/anW is styles are the best money's :
Cy- Deke4 requested. The tailoring and trimmings are what the ladies have bees waBting Co.
), ? "ork to 5 shoes have seen at ;
>e conferred. H. J. we ever
fP4tt ft of the wry finest as found only IB for the little oaes.CLOTHING.. Too much cannot be said of theof

l : Ity ; Secretary the highest priced suits. "Star" skirt. Quality and style their prkws. We only ask you !

rcadol Don't fall to visit our suit department HU\'S' cannot be equaled at any where I to...* them. For to see them is \ it

.negro, will Norris who got if you are the least bit Interested near the prices. Having 100 styles to want a pair :Many smart, new
I ble at Luraville last .. alterations free. We haven't the room to earry a I
n1iss weeK.yesterday Perfect to select from, we are able to carry sale.
ri arraigned complete line of boys' .k>thteg, m \ styles now on r
I afternoon. Sample line of silk jumper suits a large stock and or.lbuy one i
by .. will close out our stock at faetorycost. Quality, style and comfort are
hearing set for $1233 ..
k' no two alike, $9.9S skirt 0< a kind \! :ions free.
tlibi Te1llber 2ft L In default of bond, ft Salts. $1.50 to $3.59. Not all found in the 'ntra" bhoe

the la jell every size of a kind but all gases In Popular prices, $: 50 to $4,00. ] ,

00 for the lot. Extra pants 25c to 7k.

1908, "'"e learn last
;th, L'st time for was H I 2 MKiCKIJlsKI; : ; > U\I\PIMMF CO\TS. {
some weeks that
t ,000lutICrirtiot .t!! tt 'LI
ling '; ia ?* COurt had nothing at all ft '/ We hare the newest rubberized iN j I Iraia I

01"onday morning. Hereto- I rr roof coats, in black MM and : e gx
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night and Sunday I tan, at U.St. >!
\ s, done or more of the unbent -
men on mischief, and :: KKMVAMS.

enu; would get tangled up g -
ponce force and have to ; ;j ;' We still have a large assortment t '
: .4(1Ierore the I :: J4L'lmess
mayor. We
dote that are fr mill end of ginghams,chanobry,ma.1- i
the diligence of tt
)JN'K I t ", II beginning to have such a a n # : ran penal and table linen. Prices ,

Fs' effect on the tough char- I are than wholesale at the present -

/ t& US; and which element ,
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The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy CUBED OF MEDICINES FAILED

College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for j I ALL OTHER
Mrs. W.A. Whltewtll. Emory, Tex..
i 4 all graduates. writes: "My child had chills ud few
for font years. We tried all kind. ol
s SCHOLARSHIPS medicines,and finally aa acquaintance of
mine recommended Herbine. Wt osed
i ij three bottles and the child la now completely *

, :- $40 $50 $75 and $90 j I to publish cured.this Yon testimonial have my, as permission I cheer

full recommend Herbine to all mother"
having children afflicted as mine.
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Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street 0 SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY

#i L. '1. 11.TTOS', G. S. STEPHENS, i :f Suwannee Drug Company.Now .
President and lroprietor. 'I'rlncll'al. :E
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is the Time to Visit the

1 lkteMulninF'aIUl'. UN Faith Iiiiuirtxl. I No home is so pleasant, regard

t "You sold that |)raze bulldog of "If you e E'r flirt with another wo- less of the comforts that money will

ours for f.4.ft00. did jou? What is man as you\id with Mrs. Pritchardlast : buy, as when" the entire family is in Jamestown

-1 here about a BjiVidog that can pos- night," \clar d the bride of a I perfect health. A bottle of Orino Exposition,

ably make him rth as much moneys 3 ear. "I shall\j/>ack to my parentsand I Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cent..
that" never have ything to do with
It will cure every member of the
"The fact Aat sbmebody thinks I )'ou." family of constipation, sick headache IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.The .
tie's worth 4,000.-Chicago Tri- "Pshaw. Y don't lieve it, the
j or stomach trouble. City Phar-
_hune. I wretch repli%. ")'ou're always breaking -
I' jour promises."-Chicago Re macy. oct-dw War Path Air Naval Display
Notice to Our Customers. cord-Herald. : w : : Ship, : : ,

II Some people dd y>te most of their
We are pleased to announce thatFoley's I

[ Honey and Tar for coughs, Lest We energy to the making" of excuses will interest and instruct you. Do not

; : st colds and lung troubles Is not forget-Baby is restless can't sle.p at A Criminal Attack fail to go at once. For beautifully illus-

I Jed by the National Pure alreet-I I night, won't eat. cries spasmodically.A .
: trated folder containing discrip-
I Drug law as It contains no opiates or bottle of White's Cream Vermifugenever frequently maps,

[other harmful drugs, and we recom- fails to cure. Every mother!' tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to
less little tube called the "appendix."
{ mend It as a safe remedy for children should give her baby White's Cream
i It's generally the result of protracted
and adults. City Pharmacy Vermifuge. So many times when
constipation, following liver torpor. FRANK BOYLSTON
$ oct-dw: the baby is pale and fretful the ,
King's New Life Pills regulate
1i 4. mother does not know what to do. I jDr.
the liver, prevent appendicitis, and erDistrict
# Hound for Success. A bottle of this medicine would bring | Fla.
; I I establish regular habits of the bow eh. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville,
F: "Your little\boy *ems very quiet. color to his cheeks and laughter to
k [ 25c at Barclay & Groover drug
1'x \lie's fond of at etlc, Isn't he? I his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by

notice that he's Counting on his Suwannee\ Drug Co. oct-dw store. oct-dw:
fingers." ,
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"Yes. He s nds m t of his time \cry Aid. Laziness is a\qbit that grows fast ,

counting th days to C ristmas.- Mrs. Xew edAjs} t the bread line and clings clO9l"
Cleveland amn Dealer. in a great city pathetic? I -!!\OTWII :. THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.
New wed-VeryJ suppose it is
His Dear Old Mother. the only way thf poo*I/ellows can get I I have sold my dug business to

I a "My dear old mother who U now any fit to eat-Axew Ydrk Sun. Miss Myrtle Wade \ will continuethe ---- -------
S il eighty-three years old, thrives oil business as heretofore. I . .
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills I assume all the tie/aDd will
Electric Bitter. writes W. B. Brun-
i relieve backache collect aU\ ccounta due U/e old Live
11 son. of Dublin. Ga. "She has taken weak kidneys, and ;
inflammation ol the bladder. Oak Drug Company. SEABOARDAirline
Sold /
i1 them for about two years and enjoys

t ..4,: an excellent appetite, feels strong and by Live Oak Drug Co. oct-dw I thank myTtistoiiers who have
been Hberal wit /their
so patronageand
sleeps well. That's the way Elec-
A C: they continue to pat-
ti tric Bitters affect the aged and the Railway.
Friend-Say.Vyft's a fine mirror the
ronage business. W. H. BELL.
P same happy results follow In all cases
,jou'\e hung up Idtjour shop. Why- ,
of female weakness and general debility. i Butcher- /1\e done it so that When the husband reigns the wife

Weak puny children too. are j the pretty servants w tlldn't look too does a lot of storming. Savannan, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,

greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed -i closely at i Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

i also for stomach liver and ter. DeWltt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Philadelphia and New York.

,$ kidney troubles by Barclay & Groover r Pills. Sold by Live Oak Drug Company _

% druggists. 60c. ct-dw* I Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrupis oct-dw:
f a safe, sure and prompt remedy for ... \ \ \

After a m.\n has .been married a coughs and colds and is good for It is easier to,learn some things

t week he begins toyUnlearn a lot of every member of the family. Sold by than it is to unlearn. them. I

the things he kVfJ? about women. Live Oak Drug Co. oct-dw Express Seaboard Mail i
Julius Caesar

Every time iljrafms we are remind was a man of nerve but sickness lea
It Is a fortunate thing for one-half
I ed that not /U dL lays of fancy the world that the other half doe.n't its mark and he became aged before Modern : Pullman :
hosiery are c/ fined to\he shop win know bow it J&es. V i iI his time. Sickness is often causedby '

dows.. I 'JI a torpid lUer. Herbine will regulate ------ -- -- -- F
I Henry E. Jones, of Tampa, Fla., your liver and give yOu health. ,
A Most Worthy Article The Jamestown Line
; writes: "I can thank God for my present -Mrs. Carrie Austin, Holloa, Kansas Exposition S

When an article has been on the I health due to Foley's Kidney writes: "I consider Herbine the best .
market for years and gains friends Cure. I tried doctors and all kindsof medicine I ever heard of. I am never VA.

every year It Is safe to call this me-Ii kidney cure, but nothing dose me without It." Sold by Suwannee Drug Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily tt

dicine a worthy one. Such is Bal- i j much good till I took Foley's Kidney Co. oct-dw --

lard's Horehound Syrup. It positively Cure. Four bottles cured me and 1 For lull

cures coughs and all Pulmonary /hare no more pain in my back an l Having sold ou\. by drug business Seaboard information or .write and Sleeper reservation call on any agentcf ..EIC

t" 'diseases. One of.the best known shoulders. I am 62 years old, aDd OB account of my health, ask all who S. C. EOYLSTON.
JR. Asst. GenL Pass. Agent Ja kaon.Je. FUtMtntmfefct -
'#, merchants In Mobile Ala., says: I suffered long, but thanks to Foley's owe me to please toVom ia soon as .

"For five years my family has not Kidney Cure I am well and can powibleX and paUieiryftocounts.. asI : yH ++nninrMnniiHave | >h

j been troubled with the winter coughs I am anxN s to pay alVthe outstand- I- -- -. --
walk and enjoy myself. It is a
.4+; We owe this to Ballard's Horehoun1'Syrnp. pleasure to recommend it to those ing aecoun &Eainsythe Live Oak I you anything to sell? Do you want to buy? 4a.t

I know It has saved my children Drug Co.. and get of for a while form Have you "lost11 or "found" anything?
needing as kidney medicine. City t
from many sick spells. Sold by health. Respectfully, !

i guwanne Drug Co. oct-d': 1 j,PLarmacy. oct-dw: W. II BELL. i An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your demands.

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Communication from Tampa. 'I'I'r that the present accommodations are i:

F Tampa, Fla., Oct. 28, 1907. I inadequate. Therl the whole depot, !'
its anvKlack of facilities:
S Throughout the entire State satis : appearance '
generally were Mr. Morgan :
at the fact that diseased -
r lactlon is expressed ;( 1, I
was also informtd tbflt the mat-
I the Florida State Fair Is to be heal ,
ter of palsfcoj dfation would I:
a n< v r
r, from February 5th to :22nd
la Tampa very likelV, be brou& before the :: i EIP:; I:::: I IIIIII':1! : 'I 1'111: : : ':: I II 1 I :I I I 11111:1: II 1'1' I' Ii I I: !I I I% .
-then the tourist season is at e
: Commission\ t \erfDearly date. He I:
fullest height-instead of in 1'ovem-1 j ',
assured the Democrat that
ber. Thousands of tourists will then | reporter .
the Commission would give the matter I' .
attend the fair, making the numberof
careful consideration when it was
visitors from other States five or
brought before them.
tea times larger than that of former

fain. "VTO job is too large and none too small for
FMi Last
State Fairs held in Tampa for three Fry Night.A

years past have proved to be grand fish fry at Gum Slough was enjoyed II us to handle, and everything in the :
nettsses la every particular and by a jolly party last night. Mr.

.f especially In attracting bomeseekersto and Mrs. R. P. Coachman Mr. and Printing Line comes easily within our limit.
various sections of the State. That
: Mrs. J. S. Roof Mr. and Mrs. .
.', of February will be on an Infinitely In. E. McNeill Mr. and Mrs.S. .

latter and grander scale, however. A. Hinely, Mr. and Mrs. Jack

TU attendance of Bomeseekers and Taylor, Mrs. C. A. Hardee, Miss DR stock of Bond Linen and Rag Papersis
prospective Investors will be much Wigfield Miss Blake, II. R. Johnson I o ,
larger; A larger number of counties and O. O. Williams composed theparty
one of the largest carried in Florida
and individuals will be represent- and from the report they gave I ,
rt t la the various ,departments of exhibition this morning, the occasion must have i
and with well equipped modern
and the horse /races and been the finest time any fish fry I
ether amusements will bt of a higher ever afforded. There was plenty of
da 8. TSe directors off the fair will good things to eat and the fish, fine : Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we

festively gUow no attraction of a trout and bream were caught and
chap character on thy grounds. ready for the fry when they arrived. i can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as
General Bat afacUo has been expmsed I
Some of the gentlemen of the party
at the tit.. tat the directors have not fully recovered from the effects -I and prompt as any establishment in the

till lot allow thj sa of intoxicating of their efforts to do justice to 1
B non B\e fair South. A trial will convince. and
onlcear grounds the supper as they were not seen on Samples
aU directors\being linanlmously op- the streets up to a late hour today .
>* to IUCsa s. The Tampa !Il.rotra.1 Estimates Furnished on Application.
Council whlcf has the legal"Sttt
at Neu Harmony :
...preys.t sfioons being placed
Church, SovvmtMT 2ml.Pinemount. I
Qnbe Je grounds, stands II I
Miphatlcally 'wi the directors on Fla.,\>ct.S:! 1907 I 3
IhIa aubjecl Noill results have beenPorted Dear Demo at: lease announce :

from jfce sale of Intoxicants through jour panertpat there will bea

Q the grounds in former but protracted meeting to uegin at New II 1_ '
years -UlIIlIIIIdIIIIP III III i I I ] ] 1 I 11I: 1 11I1I ; I'illlllll' : I I i
the directors out of deference to the Harmopy church year LuravlHe.XotemlW .
**i of thousands of Florldlans ,2, :The/ eetlng will be

-..omen and children will, under conducted, >the astor, assisted by f We Make a Specialty of Mail : "
dnmmatances, countenances the W. II. McLeod of( ) and W.
la S. McMannen of Aucilla. Everybody

,mthueed over the prospects for Invited to attend. Sincerely. -:- Order Business -:-
!4 to
florida, the railroads have F. P. McCALL.

Iedded to grant low rates from all
1Detloee ou account of the fair. +iW: 111il1W : : :: ; I I I F'z
They I; >ar\l of Trade Meeting
'In 4Q Wa In spite of the fact thatnunc
t4 t't our citizens bear in mind theI
of such rates will affect
: toUrist business. I mass meeting to be held in the court-
,11.elt I hou. tomorrow evening at eight
lI1en are expeAed! to attendTW
= .1 lo'clocV There are several things of
,, Including William Jennings .
-aa.- Governor import ceo which deserves our united -
Hoke Smith (if '
effort Not only v ust we pull
JJg. Governor Joseph Folk of
: onrd. and others. : for a new epot. but we must take OAK
Every county
b7'l0r1da should be representedMorgan some steps\ ward meaning up our L I
, .t .-- town. Our sSjeets. some of them v

, z are disgracefull ltfty. and we must pj
' Interviewed. look after them.\ If "first Impres- PUBLISHINGCOMPANY j

e4 John Morgan, of Whites sions" are the mo/tlusting. then people III iii r

:ai"t0,member of the Railroad I who pass t /oug Lire Oak and

; was in the city for a see It from w car widows never
J mo to g and was seen by care to see $/again. foV the street :

= tentative if the Democrat. The I along which/they pass through the it 1 '1I
took \
ice at *ur present I city is a sgrace to our i
staii2n. w lie wing for his 'town Le somebody say something.j I

b a! moc at/ian took octo j We arat Interested in the dot, :

/ Morgan the and wan/to see it built. and we wl nt I

tb kite sting room has I to see these other things also. De Ii '

seapa r fo only fifteen per'Ion had tomorrow night and shovt I i LIVE OAKmilllllHtM FLORIDA.

seat are occupied. It I'jour/nterest in the affairs of the :

s paid it that oftentimes ,city. Come, whether you are a member -I
4 for I of Board of Trade or not.SECRETARY..
waitfine j IL.
past I J IH
is In from the Florida tI

Or lava Oak Perry fc Gulf A womanVmders how she ever . .!.ti, .U. "I . . It" ... ..II. MillilllMI. . > HIIIIIHHMMMMMiltMHIIIIHM. . . .
rest are also waiting I!. did see any \1 points in a man I Hi II till tli UH II It, II II '" II II tllllll .II II I t I II t I U > HMMHMI U...
This was evidence. after he is engagy4 to her rival i

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RALLY AT THE COURTHOUSE The Raijroad Commission of Flo:- $-$-$-$-$-$-$--$- $-$- S $-$-$-$---s x
TOMORROW NIGHT. Ida has been established to protectthe

people against the negative, not
Published every Afternoon A meeting of the Live Oak Boardof =
less than the positive, policies of the Confidence
Except Sunday. Trade and pur citizens generallyhas roads thai are hurtful to their In- .

been calls by President Hill- terests. Here .n tfJve Oak we ark -

CHAS. W. IRVINE Editor and M'g'r.Entered man for the cotrjihouse tomorrow the long-suffering vfttlms of the negative I which
Begets enthusiasm accounts for
night and the letter f lion. Chas. H. policy which r fuses ul decent :

at the Postoffice. Lire Oak Brown president of tpe City Council, and adequate union 1 depot Aacilitlej, I tl f the ardor with which we are pbshing

Florida., as Second Class Mail Matter -. published in rester y's Democrat, and we cry aloud\tojthe Commission

November ?. 1905. shows the main puroose for which for help.\ An ui-to-date/ity with a It The First National Bai

the meeting is to be/ eld. Mr. Brown bum depo Is ] viola on of the i :

THE LIYE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. well says that in th/ matter of a new unities thaf\cails lot a prompt

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be union depot here /forbearance has remedy. We'v got foth the up-to- i Every safeguard is thrown around National Bane
ceased to be a vidtue. The SeaboardAir date city and the bum depot-a part-
mailed to any part of the United They are frequently inspected by agents of the Cojt-4
Line ent not have I:
that of
manag may nership as unnatural as a res-
States, pastage prepaid for ?5.00 and called
troller of are on to
Currency ?
intended to dece 'e our people in this pectable citizen locked arms with a mafc

per$1.25 year for;three$2.50 months for six, or months 50 cents; affair but as aunatter of fact we vagabond in the full glare of publicity. f sworn statements to him five times each year, henee I

for five weeks in advance. De- nave been deceiiNd and misled and they are under the direct supervision of the Nati .',

.Uvered to any part of the city, by induced to think fbr more a year Government, and its the staongest on earth tlfor

carrier for 10 cents per week. 'past that the plans\ re in preparation State pension applicants under the tal F

,------ for a new depot atod that its con- new law, who are impatient for re- Safest Banking, 1

Friday Xb"'- ember 1st the open struction was only a atter of a short turns will get some valuable Information I Best :Methods, "

season for huh!/ug game begins in time. But all prete/ce of that kind from the following from F Up-to-date Service, f
VVfc"W has been abandon now, and the' 1
this State. lsh a synopsisof the Gainesville Sun: Liberal Treatment. :

the law pay, wHIch our sportsmen statement of the eneral superin- "A number of persons in Alachua I Conservative Methods.

will dwell to post up on.Mr. tendent of the rod that the present county who made application for pen- I

depot is good enfiugh for Live Oak sions under th law enacted by the 1 *
\ Always use the National Banks. They: have prospered 1
puts it right our people to take <
Bryan's quantitative theory of up p last Legislature'e growing restless i than all other *
money Is getting some strong prompt and dec !ed action and go be- because they hav \not received war in greater numbers banking l

endorsements from the logic of fore the Railroai Commission askingthe rants for the past quarter. They stitutions. ::1

events Just now. lore rtioney to do relief tow filch we are entitled.As should bear in minti. h wever, that 1' Watch us grow, our profits are now as large as;,

the business of.the!couoTry with was we understa: d it, the Atlantic the State Board of 1 PeAions have 'r our capital was at our oegtnnmg.J i

what he called Cgj/lnyfis/ memorable Coast Line man gement has been some ten thousand applications to f

campaign and he Ufought as highlyof ready all along to do its part in the pass upon and 'ft is n /small job. If

gold aV sHveryfor that purpose. matter and has peen held back by I your claim is allowed/ou will receive EIRST NATIONAL BANK

The flood oT gold now reaching New the failure of thci Seaboard people to .pay from Date of fil'g your application ,

f i York from Europe Is a mighty factor co-operate. The! narrow, illiberal but you-soul/not mistake the J 11

In restoring confidence in our money policy o f the lafter company is in- receipt of a card from the secretaryof Live Oak, Florida.

centers. comprehensible. I Live Oak, as the the board stating jour claim has
leading Interior/city of the State,
been Tiled for the statement that It
/ *-*- $ $-$-$-$ $-$-$ $ i $- t-t-t-H
Park Trammel has successfully growing all th 'hlle and constantly has been approved. You will be notified -

resisted the blandishments of the increasing the atronage it gives to as to final action on your claimat

the roads is ope of the most Impor- some future time and until then
Tallahassee Suiv which paper recently VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT
discovered InViim the most avail- tant points onl the Seaboard line In you need not expect a warrant.

able candidate In fight fj& Governor Florida and wise management would
certainly dicta"that the road should DOWLING PARK
and now formally tinno/aces that he'ts The Times-Union takes a'shot at
cultivate friendly relations with sucha '
out for Sixes Senator. to bishop Potter along with the rest and
community aleast to the extentof
succeed Mr. OhrnorX He will an- gets mm under the fifth rib in this -WAT DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER
doing simple Justice in the matterof
nounce his later Mr. /
natfo/ni on. fashiofc
Tramm Is/per/>nally unassailable furnishing a decent depot. We "MucV is due from th*r host to the Mineral Springs Hotel and CottagesHOT

and his ptfolic career thus far has hue made every/appeal possible and guest he who affronts feven the prejudices
been creditable. lie will make have patiently gaited for our dues # AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. Rte
a o% a guest is deficient in the
good race but we withhold our pre- first prio pIes of the civilized man.
diction as to whether it will be a win- Something also due/from the guest LIVEOAKPtfWr
ning race until after the returns from the roads and a discredit to Live to the host\The gt/st who deliberately \A I CO REASONABLE XCUIP. NECTIONATWEO K WITH AU.TUH
Oak. It is I dequate in every way,
the primaries in next /
year. affronts ven he prejudices of
and so foul flirty, scrubby and dis-
his host is lain in much. When ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL. DOWNING PflRK. FLORIDfl LIVtCAK
gusting that/it hurts our city in the
We have heard much of late about Bishop Potter \ /d with a negro in
esteem of on the
the failure of Mr. Flagler's Key West every passenger Richmond, thou& that negro were a
roads, gives!us a bad name all over
Extension enterprise, but the follow- king or an apostft, he must have be- 4* I i''II H H I I 11 H I H I I I i I 11 H'KH > i i I Ml H 111 i I HIHH
the country find denies us the facili-
ing special dispatch from New.York lieved that son eighty principle
ties to whica we are clearly entitled
to the Ocala Banner, under date of demanded vlnsttcatiVi at his hands. : : 1907 THE 1901
in common d cency, and justice. By
yesterday puts It in a very different When he forcJd a so thern bishop bya
light: V :virtue of our importance among the question iiJpublic t approve or dis-
cities of Flor ia and the heavy traffic Crescent Pharmacy
"The announ meat was made here approve of mis action\ he went far ,
we furnish to the railroads should
today by representatives of Henry M. I' we beyond the imits allowVl. If Bishop

Flagler that the \an-g/lUg railroad, have a hand ome, up-to-date union Potter deared to Influence southern i :_ LIVE OAK FLORIDA.
t depot, and a the roads have failed,
which he is buHdlnafrop the Florida views on the race ques on he has :
mainland to I % \J'\,>s/will be opened -I until patience '13 exhausted to furnish made a ipreat mistake TTo agitatethe I :
it. we must m>eal to the law to The
to traffic a*far Knight's Key I qur/tion -is to tnfla 1e men's | Prescription Drug Store.
help us. The Railroad Commission
100 miles soutH of Mi/mi on or about minds tp fever heat and a *uml'nt is I

January 15, n such '
and he
will be put inf operitlon from that cases I meeting tomor- And history deny than'a negroIs + \'.'; 'd.'i
toirfcu/na. fhis row night shoulA appoint a committee & :: } : tt.. 1
point decision to a.\ bite man with a blae tlk.ln: It --- (-

open the road to traflSc for the greater of represent/tine citizens earner, is equally true to say that a*tiger isa i:t r-, r -.:.
determined met familiar with all the It makesuodif- .\
of Its ahead t lIIaJ. nodif.
part course a year lion with stripes.
the time set for its final completionIs facts, and sen/I them to Tallahasseeto :;: ft'ft'nt' stho'e n'It Whirs

lay our caw*before the commission.As =: blank'ourdtl-'- doe-
Flagler's reply to the reports A (:n'\t J".iir. n jour
for the of the tor t\rites '/
that the building of the road has been purpose .l pour tnrritl'SyourE

given up." I I invade Con er street with a sidetrack Stella-Are Dell -E\eltently they well; be mated knows? a :E Ilrt:oot'rilltilln un I L..;: :?:.:.:: l rv.
II I and seriously impair its facilities t eeantillthem ti. !) n. I-":'_' \\ceanfilithemcorrectly.
setter banking system than we employ .
i as an/ important business .
That magnificent majority of and she knows the solution of i. :(: ... Y.,,"'r""l. eorrtvtlp.G
I street, we doi't doubt that the City I h' ,
# about fifteen hundred for prohibition the servant question,-Xew York ---- j 'rcr., I
Council whidt has full authority in :t ."' ,1'<;, (\fJ,., / t!)
In Jefferson county, Alabama, of Sun. ;;:
the premises.van be safely relied on I i
which I
Birmingham is the county seat,
to see that thl rights of our city and i I :+: P"Y.... ;
is -
one of the most notable victoriesover I -
the liquor traffic ever achievedin her citizens ai protected.Let .HUH H i i i m m m i m iv I
us vela genuine mass meet- i Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at
this country. Birmingham is a
great industrial center with a cos- ing of the people of Live Oak tomorrow Reasonable Prices.Let .
it II Useful Gifts Ii Iifor i
night the courthouse, and
mopolitan population, and the I I us fill I your prescriptions and wU your drug store article. We fOaM' a eompl**
take vigorous ind divided action in Ii line of fresh and reliable !?od- Bang*your Preemption to fill W* t-It them W
saloons were so firmly entrenched i recta at towebt pnce5. I'hon us your order. Prompt and reliable at'eiu ja.IMONE .
this matter of paramount local Im-
there that to close them up seemeda portance.No the bride, sweet- 'i TSo. 220
proposition so hopeless to be i
heart relat You The
absurd. But\t has been done by sucha or ve. I ; Crescent Pharmacy

superb ral of good men ,and women matter what we may thiik of 1 will find inthehouseof 'j ,

determlneX to throttle a giant Iiarriman' methods when it ycomes I+ LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
\ to railroa deals
evil that the who coun y will pause and blocking the -
and wonder and almlr There is along game of rivkls, he is one of tie most I II P. S.-Use "fktcher's 66" for Chilb and fever. No Cure, No pay.

and str nuous Vtru gle ahead to sagacious m\n of the age, and, with I + an array of giftgiving 'it" .
goods not only n 11 H i I I I II 11111 11111. n II I I 1IIII1 t"
enforce the laVuura i nlmize the his finger on the pulse of line great : I I I I I III

F A blind Ug' r eUl.W if t e same spirit financial and\ndustrial invests of beautiful but useful. I i -- --- - -,--- -- 1 .-
that has \'on thU viet y shall surpurpose this country, hIs a doctor whose No matter which I II cI

\ vive. the same rpsolut to diagnosis will \cmmandonfldence.
way turn some- l'1CKE'1'8li
you t'
deshO an emV of he commons Of the present Vltuatlow resulting I I' _
thing confronts
the Ithy rn! of the from the recent Vouble* in Wall ; + you +
r good even
traffic will be so nearly\ut out of Street, he says: :: i that will be just right :t I
: e Oak t. D* Eng Par,
;+ on sale daily
co&naJson M
"There is between !
business that the results will fully no J DIAMOND i.
: at rate of 50 cents round
compensate the effort. Evidently a the situation now anfti 1S93 The .44 trip with ,

great moral tidal wave on this issue panic of 1S93 was diV entirely to I i BRACELETS i Minimum of ten fares. Call on ..:1 r '

of the liquor traffic is sweeping over other causes. Why tf>|re is not the AND 3 ,IIIIIIIIL 1111111' a tibt Agent Phone 152 for lilt+:

r the land and while it plays havoc making of any kind fl \panic in the 'I BROACHES, :t t"m'i'll'll'lK urther information.WE t. :.

c with many established interests of present financial ccydltrea of the all of the latest design. t'' ,
The fouullatioiV la i ;
country secure
take comfortIn -- -- --- ----
long standing we can --- -

the fact that those same established we are simply trfmmingX down a ;i; Watch repairing done by ]t ... .i+. H+H+i+>>-. >>w.w_ i+

' interests have been playing an super-structure ttpt in sotie places : ; an Expert Workman. : : JI i SELL NOTHING
. even greater havoc with social ord.'r is topheavy W/.en we finish that l EXCEPT

of time and the and our house cleaning that, I men Health and Accident
for an equal length Insurance.

/ vital interests of the country It have Is lieve tioned that we the shalj rfeatest be better growth oft of I rail be- :I t J. D. RADFORD jLIVE I Annud. Sell t-Annu l.Quarterly or Monthly Premium.
U' compelled their PITTS & McEWEN flAt ;
General OAK -
j nonsense to talk about fanaticism in road enterprirf the world has ever : OAK, fLA. 1rMMIMtmiMiltMIIIMM Agents, LIVE ,

\ such a case; it is the Irrepressible Instinct seen will tak I
generation." ....... .....
of self preservation. i > ... .M | J .t.> ). .t..i..ii..t

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the roof fs fn 'jheCompar/ John Mrs, that CridbonbeA thV Baby's smallest Way.-Did bone you in know your,1'Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co.

body is contalQ/d in the drum of

,; your Mr.ear Crimso? bejJu-Well. I suppose The Mineral Springs Route.weer .

i must hay struck It in there when .- -
t, att I was a baBy.-YonPeii Statesman. BOUND EAST BOUND

( pwt Zd elm I lll.ST CUBS il'llEt/i'LF. : lIEST CLASS Z" Claw

Napoleon Bonaparte Frt Frt I-I\ I
Frt Frt
r'c and ''and I rsssPass PUll Pass Pass AtG. 18, 1907 (Pass PawPass Paw Pass and and
showed, at the battle of Austerlitz, Pas. lass I I ( ''PassPass
31711'1 9 5 1 13 (2
he was the greatest Leader in the 12 14 6 164"TSA.M
A'MA.M, A.,, P.M P.M P.M'STA 'A.,, A.,, P.M P.' P.M,P.MP.M
world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has TIOXS
faUyexfsun Sun Sun 0 ex Sun ::0 ex Des Sun Sum Sun I Daily e=
shown the public it is the best ,
LIni- only
F' Sunday only only Sun only Sun !an only only only Sunday
ment in the world A quick cure for Lve I Lve I Lve Lve Lye. Lve Lye A A Ar Ar Ar Ar_I 1A r

Rheumatism, Sprains, Burns, Cuts, 7 4-'l110 S 11 1 2 (00 500 ........Live Oak.......... '.10 2S 11 50 6 IS .00 425' 68051130i85
; l1:1f 2 18 511\ .............Starr.10061130, Ii 57 II C2 400 :
etc. A C. Pitts, Rodessa, La., says 810113519 M 11 35 222 5 %2 ............)""fere.r... .., ...."JIG. (11 11 %,0; 653 837 S 651 6s
15 11 40: 9 11 30 225 5" ....... putt .........9 Sf' 11 2 2 e 50 eat 360 In
"I use Ballard's Snow Liniment In my 8 3011 5ii 9 r 11 41 25' 535 ........ .Later........... 841112 542 825 I 110

family and find it unexcelled for sore 9001225, 92S U 58 tOO i 540 535 ...... Dowbngo Park ...... 94011 05 2 15 535 1118 Sf/I ,300 DO

chest, headache, corns, in fact for 90511230 9 !. 12 02 404 b 49 53 ......... Chancey:..........' 930 10 t7 Y 10 Ii 2.0 1108 S 061 S 1.
..... ....
Particular people whose pride and name and anything that can be reached by a 820 910E13& 940 936321' 4 4 1 11 600 556 545 .......Mayo.........Day.JunctIon.......... ... 923 10 50 203 Ii 111 800 S OOI! 306
9 35 \I 4. 4 20 6 0S ...............SIIo...... .. 920 10 C7 6 IS 2 561
liniment. Sold by Suwannee ........_ 9131040 508 2 ,
Drug 9 954
pride in product goes into their stationery have It 00 10 14 i 425 43 6 628 10 ..........Townsend906....sm.tb. ... .. II 47 10 10 32 14 501 240.
Co. 443 2
oct-dw 10 20 10 32 ......-Fenholleway-...... 231
5 01 II 46 .... ... .. II 29 9 Ii6 C 25 2
preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for 1040 1043 517 702 ..P4M'1. .. .. 1116 .40 1. 150.
10 SS 11 to 530 T1 __ ... Hampton.rinlf8.. ...1 606 930 09 130
In the .
over fifteen years. MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.
E been lalkipg to a

Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow careful snakAd P.M P.M: I P.M P.M P.M P.M

methods that make for firmness and perminance are Look h e, Eve y u're a I 12 lAoe 32 I 1 LYe 10, Lye S 45 ......Mayo Junction..... Z Ar 03 8-Ar< J Ar 65
ttifl used in making @(Up(5)ftf!) [ ( ) f ] [HKe( ] [ ) Its beau- nat e f 'Ir.-B, more Am ican. -- -12 41--12 to i 5 55 ...............Dell............ 1 61 7 50- -2 40

tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness and erac- Foley's Kidney Curs V will cure any 12 1 05 55 12 12 25 s5 i, : 02...._ _i.i=..:::::::::: 1 1 :: 7 7 :: 220.Alton 2 82

|ng qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de case of kidney trouble that is not beyond 1 15 12 CO i! I; .............. .............. 1 30 ., :t, 215
A.M P.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.M A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.' P.MDex
due and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. medical: aid. City Pharmacy - -}-'-;
Write letters that will D ex'Sun ,Sun San 10 ex.Sun D ex Sun Sun U1lt Sun D ex D ez
so they compel read- .
your a oct-dw Sun gun Only Only Only Snn (Only Only Only Only Sun Sun
them : :
ing-write onto 3 7 II S t 14 6 16 4 8
1 low SheHclixxl..

' @ @ ((1J[ @OO? rn3@ @ "Yes, Husse\cerUnly Is success- s Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and

V ful in business, a /his wife is largely call Atlantic on any Coast ticket Line.agent.For further information a3 to schedules and connections

responsible for
strengthen their appeal andto reflect the standing "You don'ts /!\I didn't think ,J. LEE XSWX, ('resident. u. P. I10PRIX Trame Ianager.

of your house @n nfR@NI rP) Mrm costs she was the helpful s."

no more than LQJ'W U\J UJ! other I "Well, you /eel sheNpade it absolutely FLORIDA RAILWAYTime
good bond papers-but no other bond will
poper serve
i nece sary for him to earn
you as well- more money."-Philadelphia Press.
I Table No. 20

;. nnooi The COUPOY wights-BOND t1 book and sh0wirur colors- I Araericaa Writing Paper Co. I If you take DeYtitts Kidney and Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 1201 A. M., 1907.
sad. _lInelJ the paper prints will be
'. sotyoawits the nameof alocalprint- $ largest Mannf.utnrers of the ("om. Bladder Pills you will get prompt SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS: DATE
.- ..lta oner wbo can aupply you-U menial Paper in the World.j relief from backache, weak kidneys
business let
tnlI write as on your READ DOWN. CENTRAL nlL
.... j 29 Mills. HOLYOKE, MASS. inflammation of the bladder and READ t1PlIoo.

urinary troubles. A I Iva 1. No. Z. I No.TlixedFIrt
week's treatment \ Mail 1
i Daily. I and STArlONA. Mail and Local
for :S cents. Sold by Live Oak Except Express. I Express Freight
iDaily Ez
enrwlrr. ha+ty Daily
-- Drug Co. oct-dw eept dun

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LATEST NEW : 700 a mj, 4 30 p m'Ly.' Live Oak... _. ..... .. .......Ar.10 50 540
ORIGINAL I 720 a m: 4 U pm 1.v..-__..........Porter......_................?.._. Ly.!10 30 a am"m 20 p on
(I II i I i111ud IVaturc. 7 40 a III, 4 5u pm LY.-._.._1.nier.........?_...._..........._.L.. 10 to a m 4 58 P"
'\ 7 59 a rn; b M pm Ly. .. Kirkland......_...._....._......_.Lv. 10 1. a m 4 40 pm
Picture Postcards I \\ earyVillie +I wonder is farm e 19 m'Ar' W ilmarth. .L.. pmI
1'L.M.. DIXON, : \ / : : :; : 20 : m l.v.:::. ._Wilmarth:::::::::::: ::.:::.::?.:?.:=.Ar. l0 9 00 67 : m is : g :::
work hard'Tired 10 06 a mt 124 pm Lv.-_._._.Suwannee Riyer...... ... ..............Ly. II b6
1: Tomm WelI 10 14 a ml) 6 30 pm.Ly.. ..._.._..._ _.._.Norwood..... ...........................Ly. 9 4S am' 15 pm
Any View, Anywhere it is on some 10 2.; a m 6 40 pm Ar_.....__....Mayo._... ..............................Ly. 9 3 1 a a m m I 400 45 P CI
DENTIST.OeODOYTIA farms. I'\'e. /en arms where feller'd 43 ............ .....3fayo..... Pili
Made to Order For I have ifJ walKVO rods ter a find H : : :1 44 6? ::' ::=::.... ...... ::::::.Sae.Salt l'edre Road..::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::t:: : : : : S =:

CROWN : AND : BRIDGE Half A Cent Each !''a : m 19 p ................ ........?... ., ....... .. ..... ......... 06
tree ter : down under.-Chicago 17 .................... _.. .. ............. a m p m
Wow. : SPECIALTIES. Copied from any photograph or print forwarded 'iNews. I m'' 27 D p ........ ..... ........... ..Keene_... =; ......... .Ly.Lv. 00 a m p m
to us with the order. Name of party orderingwill t t i :Is.p H .? .... .............. .} :f::; ..)........... .Lv. 53 43 a m I p m
be imprinted on each card --- mI 4l p ......... ....._.... ....... .Denmark.. .. :.. ..., a m y m
tM' E. BROOME, address. Postcards reproduced as publisher and delivered with I Out of Sight. b0 p ..... _... ............. ..Perry........ : ... ...-....?... Lv.I, 34 30 a a m m p p m m

within 10 days from receipt of order. copy and "Out of sight, out of mind," is an Luraville Branch
description of scene-for which a maximum of 50
*' words u allowed. Fhotosimile and Phototype old saying which applies with special 1 n..twern Lnrtcillr and Wilmarth.w .
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed with.ut force to a sore:, burn or wound that's etK _
charge in return for name and address of I East
; .LIVE. OAK. ; FLORIDA.tlpiebei been treated with Buckten's Arnica 14atnd. I Bound.
requesting specimens writen on any kind of a d 311 a mLv! _.____._._. \\.IIm.rth......_.... .. ..., ..
in an the courts of the State SpechlKntm Picture Postcard or Your business stationery 1W Salve It's out of sight; out of mind 850 a mAc_____..... Lurayi to..._. ..... .....?._? __... ...._--.Ar49..LT\I.: a am m
given to Conveyances. Collection\ per cent to 2nO per cent PROFIT Taking Ordersand
tf It"tot" *Etc. All business promptly attend Selling"AMERICAN" [Trade Mark LOCAL I and out of existence" 1iles too and Alton Branch

VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One Exclusive chilblains disappear under its healing
Norm Puiuc STATE AT LARGE. nt'hn' :n llayt. :11111I'4On..
Manufacturers' AgentPhotographer I influence Guaranteed by Barclay & -- -- -.----- .
[ Dealer Jobber Local Newspaper East
Groover druggists. :5c. oct-dw Ilid. I I W"e t
Publisher or PnntfATED in every city h..nd.

[DR. J. W. WEST town and. village Write for LIBERAL terms. TEN EXCLUSIVE Handsome CONTRACT Ark-. I I ::: m m l 4r..v ....:::==:==.=::=..:::...1'.t::::::: ::::::::: ::: ::: : ::: :: I ::::in m
.\ 4jurry.PaWell' .
Physician and Surgeon. ansas Photosimila and Phototype Picture
W Trans ht'duk-d to rnnneet with -.I.r..rd Air I .e west bound and Atiantie CoOMt Line north l
cards w llbewnt to any address on bound at ].,\. Oak For r.ormatw.n rewarding ratl. schedules and eennretios
D ce. Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue. FIVE (2c.I STAMPS.American 1'-1 Tommy DourStn inheritance tax T. P. AL.TVN. SupO 1terwl'nt.. .'. I'. WOO WAaD.G. F. b P. A. t

Residency at Ethel lintel.hIiOma. : Photocolort>pe Company punish a mar for cmmg dead. or bish .- '

.Na 168. Not Inc. Reproductions for Any Purpose by Any h"- for ifeing alhe*--Harper'seekly.

L.ideDCe"Noe 23 or 168.Dm Process \\' WE CARRY

Star (Barclaj H Groover) No. 16. 337 Dearborn St. Chicago.I 'Phone .

Harrison ..J6QI.MaJ..rs De Witt's Carbonized Witch Hazel 1

-' F E.THOMASON of:Picture Postcards,CoIorphotoStereoggraphs. SalIs good for little burnt and big Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Coffee, Sugar, Rice,

:BROWN & THOMASON Calenders. Pictures for Newspaper Art burns, small scratches or bruises and i Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can

Supplements Magazine Covers. Inserts for Edi big ones. Sold by Live Oak Dru; Goods Paper Bags etc. in stock. "
-1 tuns de Luxe. Pictures for Framing Art Studies ,
PHYSICIAN or reproductions for any purpose. in any quantity Company. oct-dw Will hand
> & SURGEONS, from 1000 up. Write for rates. 1aLaxative keep on most the winter, Apples,

it 7tO* _.___n I Perhaps womb are wearing Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges.We .
-- : sleeves short enough to expose their have on hand now several cars of flour :

DRINC funn-bones }erelyato prove that and can make close this week for
you prices
WAr.L PAPERtab ; the>' News hue a= erase of humor.-Chicago cash.

need of nice wall ; When in need of anything in our line call on or e <.
pak Take something now and then to
Fruit SyrupPleasant write us for prices.Thanking .
| gall on t1. ". PETTY, at I help the stomach Kodol will do this
'A It is a combination of natural digest our customers for past patronage and

"C1IcTON:& MEEK'S MARKET. to take ants and vegetable acids and contains soliciting a share of your future orders

The new laxative. Does the same juices found in a hea:- We are P'

,.. L CRAWFORD thy stomach. It is pleasant to take

: :?!UC not gripe or nauseate. i It digests what you eat. Sold by Live a

Office STENOGRAPHER Upstairs, Cures stomach and liver Oak Drug Co. oct-dw. Live Oak Brokerage & Commission

Bank Building, troubles and chronic con-
Note the results of
".-. aU -:- _:_ FLORIDA. stipation by restoring the illustrated eh4 ihe volcano, it constantly :- OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT ."- ;

suffersafro'lu eruptions.
action of the stomach i
R J., LYLE Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited to tr..h!' ('!ar (,f' <*e their headquarters -
A Card. while in the cit}'.
liver and bowels.
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Refuse ubatltii-.-. Price OOo. This Is to certify that all druggist

2 AND JEWELER are authorized to refund your money Use
the in
I s best Brick the State. j f
: 'I experience In most cases consumption results if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to

-. of Watches always on hand. from a neglected or improperly cure your cough or cold. It stops

treated cold. Toley's Honey and Tar the cough, heals the lungs and prevents IT'S MADE BY

i" cures the most obstinate coughs and serious results from a cold I

prevents serious results. It costs Cures la grippe cough and prevents '
JIESSINQ CLUB you no more than the unknown pre- pneumonia and consumption. Con The Callahan Brick Co. Callahan Fla.
parations and you should Insist up- tains no opiates The genuine Is in .l
c short
N noticd. on having the genuine In the yellow a yellow package. Refuse substitutes

3 : : Phone 222 Pickag City Pharmacy. oct-dw City Pharmacy oct-dw W. H TGoodbread/Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l Agtfor; Live Oak.

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H. M. WOOD, Chairman finance Com. ;;
E.: J. BLUM:, Vice-President. J. B. BARTON President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier. .
D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President.

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'OU'LL look like prosperity if we can get

( you to wear our Hart Schaffner & Marx,
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clothes; such clothes increase your business

value to yourself and your associates.

They increase your self r espect, too; you'll

find that the knowledge that you're wearing

\ }Y.r all-wool, when your friends are wearing part

cotton, will be worth something to you.

If we get these clothes on you we'11 be doing :

II :1 if ',,- you a favor.

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3 L $20 to $35.00.

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will be accorded all. Your patronage solicited
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I J. RUBENSTEIN. Proprietor. !Iio X Ih ;--1' I Jti;'.o1i i Young Men and boys, than ever before.clothing All the latest
tf 1 browns grays and mixed.
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: Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights Ihl \: i i l i made good and strong for wear.

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' v Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for :_ :7 ; f1ne.II -
'' Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. : '
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\ Wholesale purposes.and retail Ice-out of City: orders have spe- II 3 5. J. WHITE FUTJER.

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