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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: November 1, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Offset.. EtttbluAed itabli hedl896t(CoD.80Iidated Annul 12.1897 LIVE OAJC FLORIDA }MtID\Y NOKMREK 1, 100.. VOL. X. No. 22JHNDIANOUTBRRK



TO SHOOT KING EDWARD Is There Tobacco Land In Suwannee uation in toto.

; E County? UNION DEPOT QUESTION If we can't get our just and reason-

Fellow Prowling Through Park Arrested We are just In receipt of a letter able rights; by meek and easy reason-

1 On Suspicion. from lion. Frank Clark, member of able means, we know the remedy and

Newmarket. England Oct. 26.- Congress from Second Congressional we must apply It. I think that every
TROUBLE IN TIlE TAKES OX A NEW PHASE BY ADVERSE -
:_SERIOUS The police here today arrested a man District, dated at Gainesville, Oct. reader of the Live Oak Dally know,

r CHEYENNE RESERVATION suspected of having designs on the 22, enclosing the following letter ACTION OF THE that I am at least fair to all corpora-

life of King Edward or the Prince of from the Department of Agriculture SKABO\RD OFFICIALSA tions and railroads entering or doing

sX Wales. The prisoner, who was a which Is self-explanatory: business In this city; that I have and

iftllARS ARE ORDERED OUT member of the Bechuanaland '(South "United States Department of stand on fair grounds between them

Africa) police named J. H. Pears, Agriculture Bureau of Plant Industry MASS MM IS CALLED and our citizens, but when they wilfully -

r was found wandering in Chippenham Office of Chief of Bureau. neglect their duty to the extent

park where the king had been shoot- "Washington D. C., Oct. 10, 1907. that it is now apparent. I certainly
Trail of the Red
: They, Are On the ing this week, and in which the princeIs "Hon. Frank Clark will help apply the remedy.

; Skins and Will Wind Them Up going to shoot on Monday. Pearse, "Sir:-Your letter of October 10thto C. II. Brown Writes Open Letter to Yours for better facilities better

when taken into said the Citizens of Live Oak town, better government for good
f I custody he Intended the Hon. Secretary of Agriculture,

I to "shoot the boss who was has been referred to this office. people. CHAS. H. BROWN.A .

f Washington Oct. 25.-The tribe of shooting here." After a preliminary I "I will Instruct our tobacco ex-

|:pta Indians, which more than a year I examination in the police court he perts to examine carefully the region To the Citizens of Live Oak: Visit From Dr. Sledd.

'"ago wandered away from their re- was remanded for further Inquiries around Jasper to determine its I wish to say that forbearance has The friends of Dr. Andrew Sledd,

:serration in Utah and created trouble regarding his past life. It appears adaptability to 'high-grade tobacco ceased to be a virtue. More than a president of our State University,

h Colorado and Wyoming by threat- that he participated in the Jam son culture. We are unable to our work year ago a committee of several have just enjoyed a delightful visit

ais* to take the war-path and raid raid Into the Transvaal, and is labor- under the present appropriation, but gentlemen including myself was sentto from him, extending from Saturday

, ,naeliw Is reported' to have again ing under the Impression that he hasa may be in position to take the mat- Tallahassee to ask the Railroad evening until today noon. Yesterdayhe

is broken out i on the Cheyenne River grievance against King Edward. His ter up, if it seems promising during I Commission to not press the railroads preached two highly Interestingand

reservation In South Dakota, wherethe Majesty left Newmarket yesterday the next fiscal year. entering Live Oak on the erection of Instructive sermons at the Metho-

tribe was given temporary quar-I and returned to London. "Very respectfully, an adequate and much needed pas- dist church, which were pronouncedby

ters. At the request of the secretaryof "B T. GALLOWAY. senger depot; that the railroads Interested those who have known him best as

of the Interior, the war department Letter to G. Potsdamer, "Chief of Bureau. had agreed with our com- very superior efforts. This morninghe

:ordered troops from Fort Mead, S. D. Mr Clark in his letter to the mittee to do the necessary; that they together with some other friends
Live Oak Fla.
I to the scene of the trouble. The Democrat, says: "the letter shows had submitted a pencil sketch and paid our high school a visit, and the

character of the outbreak Is not Dear Sir: Here's a tale with a pointto that experts from the Department of agreed on reasonable plans of such a Doctor made a short but very appropriate

I. bow here.iBROWARD. It. Florida is the hardest state iI' Agriculture will examine lands structure as we needed and would be address to a part of the stud-

the Union for paint.. around Jasper to determine their fit- satisfied with and that we were sure ent bod}'. After which he passed

IS COMPLIMENTED. Gilmore &. Davis Co., Tallahassee, ness for the culture of high-grade that the railroads would keep good through all of the rooms of the build-

Florida, think they know what paintcan tobacco. Please advise me if the faith and asked that the Honorable ing viewing the entire school. It

[out of Twenty-Three Governors He do In their climate; they've been people of Suwannee would like to Railroad Commissioners then in session will be very gratifying to all to know

and One Other Wore Selected.SI painting for 35 years, Devoe ten have these experts make examinationof ready to consider the matter that he spoke In the highest terms of

Louis, Oct. 26.-Governor years; and they say Devoe wear 10 lands in jour county. If so, I will let us take it in hand as it was a Professor Edwards and his management '

'Broward of Florida was a guest of the jears their words are: "Buildings try to have It done." local affair and between us and of our school, after having look-

Commercial Club tonight. He said we painted Devoe 10 years ago are We see no reason why we should the railroads, we believing that we ed over the institution. lie walked

today,referring to the financial situation in good condition of paint today." not make the request, and let our would be given the building within about the business portion of town

that the South was more prosperous :The yalso say lead-and-oil wears Congressman have this examination three months as stated by Mr. Riddleof and expressed much surprise at the

only one year there; Devoe 10 years the Atlantic Coast Line and Mr.
1- today than ever before. "We made if he can. It is quite probable improvements that have been made

I.h not felt," said he, "nor do we Ten years is a long lifetime for that Suwannee county has as good Stanley of the Seaboard Air Line. We since his last visit here.

paint in Florida; longer than 20 in have waited not only the ninety days
f expect to feel, any effects of the pre- tobacno lands as the adjoining coun- The Doctor gives a very encouraging -
Maine. We don't dare that either but more than 365; days, and so far
eat New York financial troubles." say ties, and If so, their discovery and report of our State University

1 Tie invitation to adress the St. is true as a general fact in those the development of the industry as I know we are no nearer the and the start It is making in Its new

gathering grew out of the gov- States; but there are such Instances. would be an item that we could 111'I needed station than were we on that home. lie says they are at present

recent speech before the In- If we should call the cost of Devoein afford to overlook or neglect We day. However I have had a numberof handicapped to some extent for the

ttouls i Waterways Convention at Mem- Florida half of the usual cost of would be glad to have Mr Clark use letters from the Atlantic Coast want of some new buildings that will

paint, it would be too much; we sup- his influence to have these experts 'Line officials in which they assureme be erected later. The enrollment Is
The compliment was marked,
pose It's about one-third; there is so look over our lands, and give us the that they nad procured plans and very gratifying and the general out-
Jar of the twenty-three governors
-[ much trash there-the costliest paint benefit of their investigations, and if submitted them to the Seaboard AirLine look is about all that could be desiredor
present at that meeting, Governor I
I is the worst, and the worst is the he will take the matter in hand for agreeing that they were expected at this time.
llloward of Florida and Governor De--
< costliest everywhere. Suwannee county, as he is doing for to stand one-half the cost of any ready I Dr. Sledd Is a most excellent gentle
Isles of Illinois were the only ones In-
>Ited 18 appear before the St. Louis Truly yours, the people of Jasper, his efforts will of passenger depot that they man whose integrity Is unquestioned -

38 F. W. DEVOE &. CO., be appreciated build hence I feel very kindly to I and a man of profound scholarship -
dsb.. His of similar
speech was a
P. S. Suwannee Hardware Co sell them for their apparent willingness to lie is eminently fitted for the
er to that given at Memphis
our paint. 'LI: .COME TO HLOMIIM. keep their word with us. But the position he holds in our first State
-
Seaboard Air Line seems to have institution of learning and we are
1A In which knives and
affray
K TH.\ LKISLATI\I SI.SMON. Venerable .GO\'t'nlOr and Bride ignored every pledge made, and I am i glad to know that he is bending his
Ibfek-Uts figured occurred Satur- .
\\'m (:ct Notable Welcome now reliably Informed that their energies to make it an Institution of

k7 sight at the corner of Howard an Governor of Louisiana Issues Call for to Tallahassee.Tallahassee general superintendent, }Ir. Hix has I I. such merit that it will not appear
: I |Jtae! streets. The facts in the cases
Vn ember 11. Fla., Oct :28.-Preparations said that we have as good passenger I I neceseary to any Floridian to go away
\tren that we are able to gather
are being made for a royal station ase need So you see how I i I from home for educational advantages -
teem to Indicate that there New Orleans, Oct. :26.-Gov. N C 'I
was a I welcome to formE>r-Gov. Bloxham and the matter stands and I would earnestly !: : that can be found within the
issued call for an
} __between Jas Allen the Blanchard tonight a I
negro I Mrs Bloxham on their arrival in Tallahassee suggest that you meet in mass borders of his own State. We trust
,L.f1,1UUt! keeper I extra session of the Louisiana assembly I I
wno keeps shop
'ii 11. The extra The Bloxham Rifles rE- meeting or with jour Board of Trade I I he will have, as far as possible the
,b the of the Greek- on November ''
rear and place the entire matter in the
cently organized and christened in 'I hearty sympathy and co-operation 0: i
will consider the appointmentof
session
eAcan
restaurant and J. A. Jen-
honor of the veteran politician, are hands of a good committee and send every good citizen in the State in his s
a blacksmith who resides iiI a commission to investigate port I
foremost in the movement. The form them to Tallahassee with instructions effort to make our University one of
: Vest at New Orleans in connec-
charges
End. Mr. Jenkins was of the entertainment has not been de- to take the matter up with the Rail the first among all of our Southern
i,on the head with a brick and tion with the recent strike of 10,000 I
I road Commission. You will have
schools
determined that It will
finitely except
ugly; wound made. lie was also levee workers, which Is estimated to I
attention all the membersof
prompt as
follow In a general way the military I
interests II
,with a knife In the chest. Dr. have cost the State business I
that Honorable body have lookedat
unfairness In idea of salute and reception ;ANOTHFR TRIUMPH FOUIIISKY
\_.dressed the wounds Saturday $1,000,000. Alleged The former Governor was recently this thing that we are forced to use
and Mr. Jenkins Is able to belike port conditions will be also considered. -
be asked married in Salem Va., and all of the as a passenger station and know our Crazed With Prink lie Kills Mother
also -
will
streets today. The negro. Jasnn The assembly crying needs and have promised me
collectors elderly dames in Tallahassee are now i and Then Himself.
the fees of state tax I
reduce
after the affray and was to wondering what they will do for an time and again that they would be
4 L decrease their number i X C. Oct 26. Deli
by the, marshal and and the i Charlotte -
deputy escort during the coming session o* glad at any time to take action in the I
111 biding In bac'cHe Recently the State has discovered rious from drink, Ellis Hightower
a negro's
how
and "500" Gov. Bloxham matter knowing deserving we
was arrested and landed embezzlements in the tax department Bridge ; shot and killed his aged mother ia
were of this facility
the most popular septuagenariaiin
the county Jail amounting to about $:!OOOOO. was Gulledge township, Anson county,
awaiting a pro- Florida. lie was a ladies' man I have deferred this matter for a
for consideration : late last night .and then attemptel
hearing before Other subjects
Judge ConIjH&VT with all the of bearing that long time and have written no less
appeal to congress grace suIcide by taking strychnine The
Include Preparing an
than fifty letters to one official and
long skirted coats and genuflections I
for a convention designed to I physician summoned to attend the
of the old school embodied or made another on this matter, but all to no
secure direct election of United State, I : mother already beyond human aid,
BLAME IIOSEVELT pretensions to. use and there seems to be but one
senators bj the people amending the 1 frustrated the attempt but this morning -
I way te get action and that is by
Yeg f York I State primary election law, and com- tine! 1".JOHlTnut runiur.iTlONIsTs Hightower cut his throat with a
," Money Troubles force, as much as we would dislike to
Brytn Talks About It. pletion of the transfer of maritime I begin this way. razor, bleeding to death before aiJ \ \
from State to Federal control could be summoned Last night th-* !l>V.
U York quarantine I am also reliably advised that the
Oct 26.-"It would be; Jefferson CounlIakama, \\as young; man called on biB mother and
to hold Seaboard Air Line have plans in their
President Roosevelt .. sister, three miles away He bad been
otII.Birmlngbam.
r mind's eye, also blue prints in hand,
responsible for the situation," nunGLtlt.Itobc I! drinking freely several days and f i
Bryan SENTIMENT Oct. 2S_-Jefferson for the construction of a long yard
sJ?* here tOday. I I while sitting on the porch talking
"Ye should county after one of the hottest campaigns switch through the center of town
not be criticized fort Refuses <*Umjs fell asleep. The mother called t.arou.le .>
the Old Man Hut in its history, has gone dry. that is to place another track along
manifest evils, but I do not I him. and awaking suddenly,
of Ills J.ittleirl.. I I While it is impossible at 10 o'clock to ': Conner street for the full length of
fty that he has been wise | the verge of delirium tremens, High-
'aUe A burglar :: give the majority, the indications are ( town to be used as a dray track, etc
has :23! -
Oct
said and done. New York, tower drew his pistol and shot his
.' loci supposed :; that it will be 1,500. The city of This is another piece of their highhanded : 1
situation looks more with sentiment in popularly aged parent through the heart. The
Birmingham gave a majority of 320: way of doing business, whether -
-'s It&re been
to me than anything to be a rarity but such a one has j j dead woman had been telling the boy
against prohibition. it meets with the approval of the
'
: fled Mr. Bryan. found here. lie stole $SOO in money her love for him before the "
11 home of I The feature of the elt'Ctionas the City Council our citizens best inter* 10f
the conditions through- and valuables from the tragedy. The son sat by her side E
but ': presence of thousands of women and I eats or what notand I wish to say that
.country are not such as toJAPanicky Gustus T. Ruland a sea captain until the physician came, halfsoberedby
of Ru- I children at the polls. They paraded I hardly think that it will be constructed -
feeling. All in- refused to take the savings I his deed Hightower was a noted t:
!' the street with banners sang hymns The citizens of Live Oak
i sa unusually land's little daughter Grace about blockade whiskey dealer. He leavesa 1
prosperous
I
and pleaded with voters and it is have some tights and we will exert .
Pt advancing. In that $18, or her few jewelry trinkets. I wife aDd four children. 1
bank be : believed that they played an Important I them once in a white even after longsuffering A
tonditlons the girl's
are just the Instead of rifling ,i r
the for I I ask that attend the
.* swest part in carrying county you
*t they were In the left this note on it: "I have a : Conceit is something that exists t 17;
I be prohibition. The day was clear and | next meeting of the Board of Trad v
________ **when prices were fall- little girl of my own. I bate to because people think the world's eyes { i,
the and select such make
"t cold and the vote cast was largest men as will a
compelledto.
'Conditions do in this business but I am
1 -0.Pantc." not In- My regards to the baby." !' ever recorded in the county i strong committee to handle this sit- l are just like their own. lJt;

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LIVE OAK '. FLORIDA I


THEY NEED N PRAISE

I Wetter FROM US Jewell


STOVES AND RANGES FOR ALL CLASSES OF WORK


I AMERICAN FIELD FENCE .

The Fence that is bestadapted to your lands. Try it and convince yourself
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Sherwin-Williams and Peaslee- .. .. Cooking Utensils in Tinware and
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Gaulbert Cds Paints, two of the Enamel Ware. The "Blue Dia-

best. We can prove this to you -11L 'I mond" Crockery for everybodyfrom

from Government reports. the modest price to the

Ask us and see! highest

Oils Varnishes Stains Guns Pistols Rifles Ammunition I

For Sale by Hair Hardware Co. 91

Shelf Hardware, Primble Cutlery and something cold in the "JERSEYICE

CREAM FREEZER." Next time we will tell you more and don't

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College North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for :; I
all graduates. I Ii
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Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street : i I 1.1
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LIVE OAK FLA.
and I'roprletor. .
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nntGL.\HS WORK. I I which was shortly after midnight. several hundred dollars, which 11:'.I AND RECORDS.
r :they had made such headway that Youngblood left therein, was gon> :
Parrish. Fla., Oct. %6.-What ap- nothing could be done to sue the Much of the money was in silver lr.1 We keep in stock a line of Edison's latest improv Ply
pears to have been the work of a building. It and the big stock of' Youngblood locked the safe last graphs and Records at standard prices. Sold on easy par
safe-breaker who followed up his merchandise which were in it are an night.A Your
ment plan. credit
I is good.
t r crime by adding arson to It, occurred:entire loss. Mr. Youngblood's losses photographer who has his tent Write or call on
her last night. Roy Youngblood'sstore Furniture
was burned to the ground after What makes it appear to have during the night by what appeared to I Co.,
the sate In which he had several been the work of a thief and firebugis him to be a dull explosion This: is
hundred dollars, has been robbed. the fact that the safe door was believed to have been the time the I or A. J. WILLIAMS, (The Sewing Machine Man)
When the, flames were discovered..this morning found to be open, and burglar was operating on the safe. LIVE .OAK -r.ORID

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p Announce nt For Fall And Winter. '1 1We




beg to announce that our stock of fall and winter goods is now full and complete and we can show you the greatest variety. and best

selected stock that it has ever been our pleasure to offer

The demands have been so heavy that our trade has increased to such an extent, that we must carry larger stocks to cope with the situa-

tion. It is very gratifying to us to be in a position to make these statements and thank you very much for your liberal patronage and hope to

l 11,. merit a coneinuance of same. *


t., Our stock of dress goods is up to date, and you will SHOES.
". find Mohairs, Cashmeres, fancy Wool Plaids, Ribolines, We have never carried a larger or better line, in fact,
i: Silks and other lines to select from, besides a full stock we have the best line and greatest variety ever shown
of staple and fancy ginghams,waistings and skirt goods.Trimmings Always in the market for lint and seed in our store.
Ribbons, Embroideries, etc., in full supply.
SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES
Table linens, Crash and Towels at .last year's pricescotton.. When yo have any to sell, come d. supply'
I and a large stock to select from. Collars an other leather goods ingood

Ho.lery and Underutear this way. HARDWARE, TINWARE! CROCKERY,
The largest stock we have ever offered for Lafies and Furniture, stoves vnd bedding. Single-barrel shot guns
\: Gents.in all sizes-for all sizes and ages. We are in business for business and solicit at $5.00 each.CLOTHING. .
SALT AND FLOUR
: In this line we have the best stock which we have cara liberal share of your trade and will give by the car load at lowest market prices.
" ried for several years. We can fit Men, Youths, and For several months past we have been selling the celebrated -
1 Boys, from 4 years old, up. you as good prices as can be obtained anywhere brand of flour, "Kauffman's Ideall," vetch is indeed -
i'. HATS AND CAPS FOR MEN AND BOYS an ideal quality, nothing better made from a soft
winter wheat, and a great other brands will not
i As usual we have a good line to select from and willbe in this section of country. pleare you so welL Makes many white bread and runs uniform
pleased to have you call and see them when ready throughout in every respect. Every barrel fully guaran
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t H-----$ $-$ $ $-$-$-$-$-$-$ $ $ I I HANK KOUIJKUS ACTIVE lUG nrssiAV ASS.\SSIVATKP.Head gents of the state university. In

I I Ohio, Utah and California, municipal
of the Prison Syvtem Holdly officers are to be selected, while in
I Southern Hankers Warned by Pinkerton -
Shot by Young Woman Who Xew York county a number of judges
Confidence' Agency that They Are
I I Was Captured. and a sheriff are to be voted for.

Mot"ing South. St Petersburg Oct. 28.-Gen.Maximoffsky The prohibitionists have a state

(Atlanta Journal, 29th.) director of the depart- ticket in all the states, ext'eptIary-
Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for |
1 Owing to the unusual wideawakeness ment of prisons, of the ministry of land and Mississippi, and city tickets
1 i: Ii the ardor pith which we are pushing t that is being displayed by the interior, was shot and killed to- In Cleveland and Cincinnati, but not

"veggmen" in other portions of the day. The general was the highest I in San Francisco and Salt Lake.

= The First National! Bank. tI }' + country, the Pinkerton Detective responsible official connected with the The Socialists also have tickets in
agency has warned the banks in this Russian prisons and it is supposedthat all the states, except Mississippi and

T section to keep their eves skinned for this was the reason he was Maryland, and city tickets in Cin-

Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks. suspicious characters and to exercise selected for assassination by the terrorists cinnati, Cleveland and Salt Lake, but
not in San Francisco.
I uncommon altertness. .
They are frequently inspected by agents of the Con- i
troller of Currency and are called on to make J Dark, stormy nights are especiallycited A young woman who has not jet ,, The Socialist-Labor party has
been identified, presented herself at tickets in Kentucky, Massachusettsand
as times for care, and it is pointed -
sworn statements to him five times each year, hence | out that harmless looking ped- the weekly reception 'of Gen. Max Xew Jersey, while union labor

I they are under the direct supervision of the Nation- dlers, who shove greasy bills at the : imoffsky and remained quietly in the ", made nominations for city. officers In

:: al Government, and its the staongest on earth 7.for paying teller to be changed into I crowd anteroom until it was her turn San Francisco.

dimes and nickels, are really the advance I to enter the general's private office. There is only one ticket-tho

Safest Banking, agents of "jeggmen" bands and When she was in his presence the I[ Democratic-In Mississippi, and the

T Best Methods, J I all the while using their eyes to good I'' woman drew a revolver and fired resutl, of course, is not doubtful.In .

, t T Up-to-date Service, T advantage in finding out the positionof seven shots point blank at the genI I Massachusetts there are ten

I Liberal Treatment. *" the bank vault, of what make it I eral, six of them taking effect. The tickets, five being divided among
T is, and other information that might wounded man was hastily taken toa
Conservative Methods. i Democrats, who are engaged in a
{ 4 hospital, but his condition was
come in handy.Following factional fight with the state delega-
: Always use the National Banks. They have prospered i is a portion of the circular hopeless.' The general's assassin, tion to the national Democratic con-

in greater numbers than all other banking inI I that the Pinkerton agency: is send- who was arrested immediately unhesitatingly vention next year in prospective. The
avowed herself to he an
ling throughout the South:
stitutions. ballot law commission decided that
i I emissary of the northern thing sec-
: Warning-Hank Bur lary.I lItnry1.. Whitney was the nomineefor
Watch us grow, our profits are now as large as | tion of the social revolutionists who .
governor.In
our capital was at our beginning. I Dank vault and safe burglars are had been entrusted with the task of
Nebraska the Democrats and
: showing unusual activity in eastern, punishing Maximoffgky for the stern
middle west and northwest coast regime; which he lately had introduced Populists fused on the officials to be
BANK voted for throughout the state.
J fiRST NATIONAL
t : Mates We recommend and suggest in the treatment of important political -
: i In Maryland there will be a straight
and
that every possible prevention prisoners, whom he ordered to
,e I contest between the Democrats and
precaution be used. I be treated like ordinary criminals.
!II1 I Live Oak Florida. Itl the Republicans only the two parties
: These burglars operate usually on
I having made nominations for state
'dark.. storm nights, especially when A ( u''d Liniment.
I officers In addition to these a house
fr ft $-S-ss-Sf &! # .-$ $ $-4-i $-*. there is no moon. When you need a good reliable Itn-I
i of delegates and one-half of the state
Keep a bright light burning in iment try Chamberlain's Pain .
-- I senate are to be elected. The next
-- --- ---- -- ; front of vault or safe all night, with It has no superior for sprains and

The Reasonhy.. : Pa Knew IJabies.Ma I shades up, so that a full view of Interior swellings. A piece of flannel slightly I legislature will choose two United

She-We want only brave men I -Do you think the baby will of bank can always be had dampened' with Pain Dalm is superior States senators one to fill the un-
I expired term of the late Arthur T.
these days to go to a charity bazar. I like these new blocks I've got for 1! from the street. to a plaster for lame back or
Gorman, and the other to take the
He-TVTiy necessarily a brave him 1 Examine the photographs of bank pains in the side or chest. It also relieves -
cut I Pa-He will If we pretend that vault and safe burglars in this bul- rheumatic pains and makes place of Senator Rayner.

She-Because you can't get any they aren't meant for him to play I, letin. sleep and ret possible. For sale by
other kind to take chances. i I with.-Cleveland Leader Peddlers of needles, court plaster, Barclay & Groover and all druggists .V Methodist Minister Ilwommend

----..:=:= ---- notions small ware, etc, are in many nov-w. Ch.uiiU-rlaiii's Cough H(' lroy.
advance We have used Chamberlain's Cough
instances the agents or so
called "locaters" for ")egg" or tramp T\\ E1XE: STATK: ELECTIONS: Remedy in our home for seven years,

"IT DO RISE" WASEO FLOUR burglars, using these pretexts or by -- and it has always proved to be a reliable -

requesting the paying teller to change Will IV Held Next Tuesday-Only In remedy. We have fond that it+ s

a five or ten-dollar bill, they observe Marj land Straight Party Fight., would do more than the manufacturers
i )MAKES LIGHT ROLLS, SUPERB BREAD AND DELICIOUS PASTRY
conditions inside the bank, make f
> New York, Oct. 28,-There will be claim for it. It is especial
No HOUSEWIFE SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT vault safe etc They also remain -
i. or may
elections in twelve states one week good for croup and whooping cough. ,
for several days In towns wherea
IVALWAYS GOOD and from tomorrow. Massachusetts, Rev. Jane A. Lewis
bank vault or safe burglary is contemplated -
Rhode Island, :\lar'land.llm..ppl
I Paster Muses, Minn. M. E. Church
determine what the
GOOD ALL WAYS to protection -: and Kentucky a governor and other i
,
is; whether by policemen, i Chamberlain's cough Rem"d\I ;
i state officers are to be chosen in
: : 'night watchmen etc Advise your New Jersev. a governor only; in New ; sold t>,v Ban']la\ & Groover and 1'\
1 f authorities of this suggestingthat
ASK YOUR GROCER local .
w.
York two associate justices of th- druei.t- n \
characters of thisclass
suspicious court ot aj>i)1-alp: in Penns\lvama atact
THE C. E. GULLER COMPANY be larffuh question'd and -> uea:-'iret and in V bra-Ka a

: FLA. watched ru.!Iro,id oninii-oiotie; and rwo re-
Distributing
Agents. JACKSONVILLE, GINNINGThe

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I Make yours Into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs the disorder

'.-j: Your of whIch has caused your womanly troubles. The right remedy for you. when you have headache at north end of Rock

1 functions etc.. Is
dragging pales Irregular
spells Rixford
:; backache nervous Road, near ,


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:'f; :. ', Mrs. R. H. Lawson, of Sprott Ala] ,vrites: I suffered with female troubles for 12 years; Wed 4 of the public is fi.

x; doctors; they did no good, so I took Wine of CarduL I have taken 18 bottles;feel greatly releved! and am cordially solicited.MNIONGINNING&SCPPLYCO.

: Shadow better than In 20 years." Sold by all reliable druggists. In $1.00 bottles. Try It. s

: far "' a *mostT *Book tor W wnen. If nee J Medical
coot yja
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US A LETTER AJ\-ke.today describe a your tvmptoais. ttatlng age. ail reply ..B to $*nt3n pi"C..sea e4 eoveke..
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VS (;I'".: THANKS. meet devoutly to thank the Almightyfor I
SOLDIER BOYS RETURN R. H. LOVIER -
the many and great blessings the.vhate !

President Issues ImprrHsiu Tlianksgiting received in the past, and to pray

lruclaiiutiiiiVn.. that they may be given the strength ---

2Xth the Ib)'. so to order their lives as to deserve a EBE _
Tin ttMIi\Mi.S: IT.OM EAST AM \
Washington, Oct. 26.-President continuation of these blessings in the

Roosevelt today issued his Thanksgiving I] future. OlillSS THKOKni t A FN :' '

proclamation, through the "In witness whereof I have here-

secretary of state, naming the last unto set my band and caused the seal
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Thursday in November, the 2Sth. of the United States to be affixed.
HOME FROM ENCAMPMENT[
The proclamation follows: (Seal). Done at the city of Wash-

"Once again the season of the year ington this twenty-fifth day of October a
ii 1 ,
has come, when in accordance with in the year of our Lord, one t iI

the custom of our forefathers for thousand nine hundred and seven, Hate Had ., hard Ten DajV Drill .WATCHE*

generations past, the president appoints and of the independence of the Unit-
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Hut Caiitfd Valuable Experience
a day as the especial occasionfor i ed States the one hundred aDd thlrty- PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER.

all our people to give praise and' second

thanksgiving to God. (Signed. ) THEO ROOSEVELT," etperFRIEND TO FRIEND
I The State encampment is over, and Over thirty years
"During the past year we have "By the president:
the boys constituting our State The personal recommendations of pea
been free from famine, from pestilence ELIFJU HOOT Secretary of State." ience. All work uJ
I militia are ready for a few days' rest guaranteed pie who ba\e Ken curt J of coughs
from war.Ve are at peace
up from the hard drills and rough colds by Chamberlain Conga Remedy
with all the rest of mankind. Our Sll.YM H.TTUST: FOKTS.iltt R. H. LOVIER 1 make it I
and ready camp life. have done more than all ctse to
natural resources are at least as greatas -- -
All companies from East and South UVE OAK staple artu.e of trade an"1 commerce oar
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those of any other nation. We be- \\' the Ships litigated: and Florida Florida came through this FLORIDA. lace part of the cmh/ed world.

lieve that in ability to develop and State Troops T(.,k Part. morning '
enroute home. The Suwannee Rifles
take advantage of these resources the Pensacola, Oct. 27.-As a final
Company "E," First infantry, armed
{ average man of this nation stand at I climax to a week of hard work the
least as high as the average man or Florida state troops were aroused on the first section of the train cam 1k- Cur Portable Saw Sill
I mg the troops, and all are in good
an jother. Nowhere else in the world<< from their slumbers shortly before --

is there such an opportunity for a free I midnight last night by the bugle calls spirits and report a fine encampment 3r5fs 32 Outfits are the best ono
Our companwhile of the
people to develop to the fullest extent and fell out to defend Fort Pickens one >i *!Tl"l. i
:smaller in numbers but earth. We large
ones not the r a
carry
all its powers of body, of mind i against an attack from vessels at sea.
and of that which stand above both i The sham battle that followed was i I i smallest, made a very good showing -- Stock of all kinds MACHINERY

body and mind-character. one which the soldiers of Florida will notwithstanding that a large per
I centage I of the men were recruits. and] can make immediate shipment. Write
Much been from "
.as given us : long remember, as it resembled a
| Captain Leslie reports that the encampment for Illustrated
high much will
and be
rightly expected real battle In addition they were i' Catalog.Address.
this year, was very illI -
of us in return. Into our care the aroused at an hour when they least I
MALSBY COMPANY,
ten talents hate been entrusted, aad expected to be called. and before I!of-, -II s. torulbTI.VT->t.

we are to be pardoned, neither if some of the companies got into line .\ .\, G.*.
we squander and waste them nor yet the :their special instructor, and thi \ tar Eibb she d 26 Sold .
; firing commenced. The night was ye rt. ptirh bill a 1IlotJ dollar worth .!goods 19C6. _
if we hide them in a napkin; for they I. pitch dark and the commands had ;'were given lectures each dain the

must be fruitful in bands. art of war. Lieutenant Burroughs .X1101111111'''11111111 ,... ,.s
our Aver trouble in getting into position. """" "1 a1"",
{iof the 12th U S. Cavalr. was the Instructor -
throughout the ages at all times and I I Three steamers the Pot. Monarchand Side CranK and Center Cram
for the Suwannee bo\3 The (
among all peoples prosperity has Enterprise were the vessels to i

been fraught with danger, and it behooves i attack the forts, and for the course !j I special work of the Suwanno.- Qcs STEAM ENGINES !!

us to beseech the Giver of all was that of Infantry support and together ""
of an hour or two the forts were ; .
things that we may not fall into lose ablaze with lame from the big 1%- with Company "I." of
of ease and of luxury; that we m,y inch disappearing guns the smaller First Infantry were stat llIIl'd aT Ff = StationaryGasoline BOILERS

not lose our sense of moral re poalbillty batteries mortars and Krag-Jorgen- McRae for special instruction Eat a ( ( | l
Engines
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that I day. at two o'clock they w.'re con
not
; we may forget oar &ens The Florida troops were stationed '
duty to God and to our neighbor."A at the mortars and smaller 'veyed by government transports to .: -_-- ::: '1M+' Ginning Machinery, Saw MiD, '
democracy like I Ft. Barrancas for reginmita' dn:< Shingle Mills, Corn M.J;: Pumping I
great oars batteries while some were grouped I
Outfits.
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'and parade. I Large stock on hand. I
democracy based upon the principlesof to protect the gunners of the larger i will be to your interest to write.
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orderly liberty, can be perpetuated pieces and as assistants to them. I Before many months it is holed| Mallary Bros. 51.0

only if in the heart of the ordinary About ten companies were in the !; that the interest taken by the business Machinery Co., 55J.CCVstepped .'a.

.I men citizens N1111/1111111 ...... .
and s
dwells keen of generally will!! ----------- ---
citizen there a sense - ----- --- -- -
righteousness and Justice. We shoull ,: be such that we can boast of one of ----- .--

i[the best companies in the State. out and said .. .
" earnestly pray that this spirit of big I Leonou ;i In the chart i'a-! : i : DaviS
\ I II \\Oll't hoot int'>. willou'>"
r. righteousness and justice may grow guns could be distinctly beard In the t l Poinunt? and Grace Seljih!
all of Tin nw."s.. : the gun at ber he fired She Ml d<-a.1 Second salAnnetta
ever greater in the hearts of city during the night. The instruction I Grade J t'l\
at his feet
, '- us and that our souls may be inclined was a valuable one to the mem- I Xeely
I} ever more both toward the virtues bers of the lorida militia. In the Handt,f One Child KiiU He was arrested and is in Grad I Third Grade-- Join U.i; George

oJ that tell for gentleness and tenderness I Another. county jail. He is the son of Rev Evans and Jennie Keffe.

1:1 for loving kindness and forbearance Chas. H. Brown is in receipt of a I (Valdosta Times. David Jones I Fourth Grade-\\est Kplfe aM

'.;: one with another, and toward letter from the management of the Ethel Cook." j
I Leon' Jon** shot and instantly killed From the Wellborn S and
.honl.i We this
those no less necessary virtues Florida Mid-Winter Exposition whichIs hope to hear from 3

J that make for manliness and rugged to be held in Jacksonville January i l little Emma McGuire ap 7, seven i County Superintendent Wood handed aUw the other public sch'K>'S of tbS "

\ hardihood, for without these qualities 15th \pril15th, asking him to act miles south of Meig, in Grady county us the following nice little report county quite frequenth A
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t neither nation nor individual canrise 'as a member of the Honorary Board : Saturday. Young Jones, who Is from the Wellborn public school,
I about 16 old iOUS\LK. 1 1I
' years went over to the
: to the level of greatness. of Governors. Mr. Brown has accepted i which we are pleased to give to our !
I McGuire home carrying his gun. He !" acres of the best grade of lard j
readers
"Now therefore, I, Theodore Roosevelt the Invitation. The exposition : I
'\ president of the United States t I will be one of the greatest of the kind I claims that the gua was unloaded I II : "The school is progressing nicely. ; in the county Two head of horses:

do set apart, Thursday the 2Sth day I ever held in the State as two of the i but some of the boys placed a shellin ,'The enrollment is about setenty-fi, j 35 head of cattle; 15 head of tOgs

k of November as a day of genera Governors of the Jamestown Exposition it without his knowledge During I and still increasing The attendanceis : axe baggy and one wagon; 17S

thanksgiving and prayer, and on that I are connected with it, and have ,i his stay he playfully said: "If you regular, and prompt and the Interest :[ bushels of corn. Reason for eel>i'
children don't oat of the house j
i get
day I recommend that the people I agreed to bring the principal exhibits I fa active aad growing. The !! I will go into other busings beside
of the Jamestown exhibition 11"11 shoot you" All except Emma following pupils merit .
shall cease from their daily work and I special mention farming. Apply to J S Stafford>

In their homes or in their churches,I to Jacksonville for the occasion. McGuire got out of the way Emma : Luravllle. Fla.r .
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, : r.iis (); the Ikttrd of Public i '1- Hickory bink.-Belle Wiggins. NOTICE.To .

Instruct ion of Sun.inmt' Braniord Mrs. W. G. Blanchard
DR. L. M. DIXON, Ct) MICA ; Whom It May Concern
(4) ("')untIl, ,. Pleasant Hill-Jennie Creekmore. I
&) Be it known that THE LIVE OAK
, t DENTIST. Ct(0) Grease 1.i\e Oak Fla, Oct. 26, 190i. Bibby-.Mamie Olliver BOTTLING WORKS, having their of-
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Sullivan-Arra Crawford.
CflJWODOSTU Abe fice and factory in the city of Live
V full board was present last
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CROWN AND BKIDOC ebater-Minnie Sauls.EmersonOeraldlae
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nUt SfKCIALTIEs. =g I esm Iles otltt o ,1.1 ing. The reading of the minutes : Oak, county of Suwannee, slate of
( tat Banes.Dowll.S
() I and"C\ahtfrOtn t the last meeting was deferred I Florida have adopted and do bere*>y
L Office*ii Lew is BuiUise a I l1S the tc\et.ra"s the next regular meeting of the 1'ark-Victoria Ingram publish this device, to wit: The property -
t and Mamie Tison I
itii'IJiiiiiiiiiSSiSSSSSiI \.aC &\ of LIVE OAK BOTTLING
I :\\ rr:1Cc1 119 half ) Oak Hill-Mrs. AI. Carver.
{ c.'hool reports and other accounts WORKS, TRADE MARK RBOISTBKKD -
I couiea ('vk" Stis.tll..
I \ itictioil1at 'rt> received examined approved' : : LIVE OAK }O L.\." to be blownor
M.
PRICE, M. D., neat ovettough Bethlehem-Charity Stokes.
I ong ordered paid. etched into the bottles and
j \\ ugicle Suwannee-11. Y. TookaSmithvilie I
I /\''t 3nnJ. \ t'" \ Tie! county treasurer, G. B.'Lord, i siphons, painted, printed or steadied
Bertha
Of ale liec Washington. .
PHYSICIAN :AND : SURGEON. I .:o\ ., ; monthly report for September. on all boxes, cases, trays or fountains
rfvt Pinemount Fannie Ayer.
.. ihAslt / .> sam v\as examined and ap- i used by them in the manufacture of _
I Spring ValleMaggie Cary.
ornci ()\' soda or other mineral waters. SaId
THOM 11* A \
further business
There being no
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USIDE1.CI HONE 132. E. I._ I.-UIH r. supervisor of the bottles siphons, boxes, cases trays or
I i $ : II he board adjourned to meet the Mrst
Wrg st hool, requested that the .fountains bearing the name of "The
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Ps i uesday November, A. D. "07.I
.ttaret uwsnse* Drag Store : uui house at tat< place be repair1 : Live Oak Bottling Works," as atone
l' -1.J..-'\ I E. R. WISE. Chairman of Board.
--- i if : 1 I. ho same was granted I quoted, are hereby claimed to be the
1 J. E. WOOt Su pi. and Secretary.
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f > 'W.M.D G.R.Cnelun<<..M D. 4 F .\ ourse of study for the city and propert of the said LIVE OAK BOTTLING -

leas! schools as prepared by Prof. L .. : WORKS, and all portent or
Wersu .
i Creekmore. TO T1IK .UmEIS.It
Edwards, and submitted to the corporations are hereby cautioned HOC r
ty :: When you want a : for approval, was examined seems that some one, for some ( to deface erase obliterate, cover up
Wans and I
Surgeons call l atMANKER'S : adopted, and five hundred copies reason and without any knowledgeof or otherwise remove or cone**! said

Ur f sal;. FI.rM.. .-red printed.The the law, has put out the report in name or device thereon, or to devise,
superintendent is authorized the county that farmers are ntH allowed buy sell give, take or otherwise dispose -
Baisden'i 8tore- of I [ m I purchase oae-half acre of land to sell their produce, eithn- of or wantonly destroy or traWc '

phones 18 and 181.i ; the Padlock white school and fruits vegetables or fresh nasals, in the same without the written content -

Pres.'r! n ; the same, the cost not to j I within the city. would like to say of, or unless the same shall have

Opposit Union Shed. I t>fd ten dollars. I that there is no such State law orI been purchased from the said LIVE

A. B SMALL The[ contract was awarded to J. E. I city ordtM&ce. OAK BOTTLING WORKS. Also the

PERSON & SMALL, vice guaranteed. ,.. '1for the re-building the OaK i I You farmers bring your prodace I device and emblem of label, to-wit:

CHAS. HANKER. : :u\"- schol house size of the same : la, we need it. "Suwannee Trade Mark Registered -

R.\Eys fellows, : 20x30x10 feet, six wlaI i I write this because I nave aalmere Ginger Ale the most refreshing
-:- AT -: LA\V. 'w and two doors, same to be than a score of inquiries. aboutsuch ginger ale known, Live Oak Bottlte* r

i 1eIItnl. Courts State and I iil'd overhead. Contractor to -a law. J. B. JOHNSON, Works, Live oak Fla." printed in

Fed ral are sat Ferry aa Seeds esPrnmeutb.twithvn .trnl"b" all material for the Mayor. three colors and upon which in tIN : .

iai t [tfoSTAIUl LKWIM BCU.Dtxat per : of said building. coutnC-j !. ight hand comer appears the pictureof : : )oj',
.ban) .. t..a iC r M I.re Indian woman, sitting upon a '
t:rI,fll. 190. frosa the Urt. file.1 -.rot-s to pay two LI\CKin\r.: COLD aa
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: dot* at f antiff nor of water. :
FLORIDA. poialnrtll at harest. ;.L'a the house is completed accord rock b> a stream
lg to plans and specifications and \\itliotMHl Other Treatment lint any corporation, or firm, or parties .

& itA o' i>ted by it. 1 I Quick fuml l>> luunln'rl.iiuV using the said bottles stpkflB*,

B,100NSON, I I I Ifor Th.> following teachers were as- I ( 'uch itentctly. boxes, case, trays, or labels or imitation
or attempted Imitation ttor *f
schools I II "Last winter I caught sev-
...IID ;twd to winter a very
CBUKEUR AT UW best will be prosecuted aa per law M laiddown
surest
Ir ct I :NOW Harmony-Adel Clayton. I cold which for weeks,"
'f ere lingered
laiaou I
.; OU.:. FLORIDA. at. -L 1.,07+ iced 1 Dola Haddock. i :. in Chapter 4184. Acts of tall ,
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3f r-e attucst; t says J. Urouhart. of Zephyr Ontario, of the state of Florida. _
h1tt Siott-J. F. Fountain. j
BulldinKI. ,- D.11. raaY..A "Wy eoh was very dry and harsh LIVE OAK BOTTLING WOMKi. C'I
Detroit,t. \\ellborn-J. J. Dickinson and i i11" I
I The local dealer recommended Cham- R. H. Holt e, Pry 1E
: ,s Kate Liddon. J
E, : CentralT.. Tool.PetersburgJoeie I berlain's Cough Remedy and guaranteed -E! Uv Got Fla. Oet. 2;. 147.

,;c i'iH Couselor at Lal, Boatwright. !II ': it, so I gave it a trial. One

Lnx OAK, !ftc "cta.JF j White Shool HOMe Mtaeile1 I I small bottle of it cured me. I believe : Chapped hands are quickly cared:

Fli.1 1- j jI by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
mall the courts .(x. :. i 1I 1 Chamberlain's Cough Remedvto
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given to con- be the best I have ever
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of j & G"OOand ar: .
nta.etc. AU & < ; drugg a-
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-Gifford Hal and Miss This remedy is sale <;y r'f
attended Write at nonce and learn why .
to. '
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!+ Open Season Begins November 1- i $50.00 Premium Contest $50.00 il LIVE OAK 'N'niliMB

i Provision of State Statutes. : RIDABANX.
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(I Deer, November 1 to February 1 : LIVE OAK,
quail or partridge and wild turkey 1 1i The Suwauuee Democrat will begin Sept. 15, a I'll KM I I'M CONTEST i

i November 1 to March 1 ; duck Oc' I open to every young man and young lady in Suwannoe county. The first g :.IJ12, OO -:- Surplus $35,000H. :

( 1 to April 1. It is unlawful to kill prize is an unlimited $O.OO schctlaisIJp good in any one of the three dopartments D ., ) :. S. A. I1IXLKV, Yice-Praidal

mile of West Palm i C. I). KLACKWELL, Cashier.
; game within one of the Southern HUM ness College of Live Oak.

I Beach and $t. Augustine. Clay and The rules of the contest are simple and there is p* ly on requirement, ;; .,
Hernando counties have special laws.
I the young man or young lady sending in the largest number of subscriptions

Deer deer hides, quail or partridge to the 5C\C.iN\EF: DEMOCRAT before December 2. too, will re- i !-4 DOLLARS DO THEIR DUTT '
or wild turkey cannot be exported
I coUe the scholarship A1JSOLUTELY FREE of any other consideration.The -
from the country. The sale of any and earn something for their on.!
contest will open on September 13th, and positively close on December ,k I
the is Noa-
of above prohibited. '
citizen of the State must have a hunt ilT th. Each dollar sent in by one who has entered the contest will ?'dr \ -;: ;. ers when they are placed at interest I

ing license obtained from the Clerkof count one point in the race. If you collect back dues and get several --E, In a good savings bank. Bj

Circuit Court in each county they: dollars from one subscriber, each dollar Kill count a point. Renewal. i

hunt, which costs $10 and expires I count same as new subscriptions. Grt in the content early and be a leader ; all means put your dollar* *i
Iite
on the first day of March. No one is from the first. There are plenty of back subscriptions! you can collect work at a good rate of lateral i

allowed to kill in the same year more very likely in your ow n neighborhood and get a big start. The Democrat t
than five deer and five wild turkeys. will by placing them in the Lira Oat
furnish
you cards and report blanks and assist in getting as many for
The bag limit for one day's hunt must
your lit as possible. Bahk. I'II
not exceed 20 quails and 2 wild turkeys -
THE SOUTHERN I1US1XESS COLLEGE has three distinct oxurses. +
by an individual or 40 quail
Their Bookkeeping course, which includes ,
Bookkeeping Kinking
English -
and 4 wild turkeys by any number LIVE OAK BANK
I forming a party. Forty doves is also Spelling, Penmanship, Commercial, Law and Typewriting; their

the limit for a day's shoot. Shorthand Course, which includes l''roin system of Shorthand, English, 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID OX SAVINGS DEPOSITS

Spelling, Composition Penmanship, etc.; and the Telegraphy Course comprising !! II II I Ii i iI

IiiIIi<>u .m>s and Constipation. Railroad and Commercial Telegraphy, Typewriting and Penman-

For years I was troubled with biliousness -
ship.This
and constipation, which College is under able management and equips its students for

made life miserable for me. My ap- good paying positions. A scholarship in one of their departments good
petite failed I lost
me. usual
my until you complete your course, whether three iiuiilh.H or six months, i*
force and vitality. Pepsin
prepara- a premium well worth striving for.
tions and cathartics only made mat-
Now, who mill get the premium? Jakc" start soon as the contest
ters worse. I do not know where 1
should have been today had I not opens by tilling out the coupon below and returning to the Democrat at

tried Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver once, and getting card and blank ta assist you in your cant"ass.

Tablets. The tablets relieve the

ill feeling at once strengthen tte digestive SrVVAXXEE DEMOCRAT, Live Oak, Florida.

functions, helping the system -
to do its work naturally.-Mrs. Gentlemen: I desire to complete for the prize stated above, and A TIRED HORSEIs

Rosa Potts Birmingham, Ala. These will be glad to have you send me literature and blanks.
tablets are for sale by Barclay & I just as able to do hard work as a man with an exhanstei

Groover and all druggists. nov-w Name . ... . . . . . . . . . . I behind torpid liver.it. Constipation drags a long train of troubles
The
machinery can't work if the doesn'tmake
FISH S\VALIX\VEI) A UATTLEK. steam to move it. If the stomach and liverdon'tuutheir
lostofficc . . . . . .. . . . . . . . work the
and
body brain can't do their duty.
Sumner Contributes Biggest Snake
Lamar's Lemon Laxative makes things rigtt
and Fish Story of Season.
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I Sumner Ga.
Oct.
29.-Mr. J.t .
bowels. Follows nature's methods with nature's remedies J
Trammel, who U carrier on H. F 1010101O-M: ;;; Cures and tones up weakened liver and bowels. Makes rich,red
D. No. i, from this place brought in BrosMachinery J k. blood. Goodforyoungandold. Sold by druggists everywhere.
the news today of one of the most
5 TAYLOR & RILEY DRUG CO.
wonderful fish and snake stories of : Co.
the season.A : DOSESLAMAR Macon, Georgia
Macon, Georgia f CENTS
pond known as the Minims fishpond

seven miles north of here was
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being drained and a huge trout was I Learn the -
-- :- COTTON CIHN1NG! MACHINERY. SAW \ Art ofMILLINERY:
caught which had "
swallowed a rat '
g1LLM4CNIKERrSLinveatIsCorn: ( :
tlesnake five feet long and sporting I 1 I i M>.)$.Pumplna: Outfits. vGASOLINE. '" D. B. ('\S\VELL

seven rattles. ENGINES

Mr. Trammell says that Dr. G. S. t C '.no fv pepjvHTVewill; It means a successful future. ( l.1..
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mWiUgoan".h
: Sumner and several other : r p y.. I Utttrot A dignified position. Good paying i 3Ftnictut (II'i' x t
reputable .: X41'1.060 t.S positions secured for grad- /
t gentlemen of that neighborhood will ,O.1U 4 *A q,. 14,1gL9 0 111111 0 duates Write and ask for par- .. .
; to
I ate
vouch for the truthfulness of this ticulars. "
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I Any style or pr< -n: '"rca'!
story. i clOsed completely: ea n in wo w. \10 j. ;i" .' in the cell. He was American School of I Dished Alwa. I, r..-. .' ':.od
I .. .. burial suits for '1., .". ,,' rj:loft
DKTEKMIXEIl TO KfcCAPE. suds and ap-arcu. w. :ii" u .< .* moved to another coll. LA':
MILLINERYSavannah For suits call.v v: L: N.
!I hculi\ Tars tem,; a irtf u-au -oJ :..ai iiiurc' careful watch than ever

\\hite Murderer In Miami Jail lees J far as his cell was concerned whenever will be kept over him. He is know.i 4R 4- -

Acids to Diosohe Steel Bars. be decided. I to be a desperate character and the '_____ ,_ Ga.__ R

Miami Metropolis.) Both the two bolts, each about half prediction i. made by those best Executrs Notic e. FOR SALE

That W. M. )Mears convicted of an inch in diameter, were completelyeaten acquainted with him that the state Legatees districutees. creditors. i'

murdering a negro named Davis. at in two, showing conclusively : authorities will have difficulty in and all other persons having claimsor I

West Palm Beach several months I that they had been cut with acid. : keeping him a prisoner. demands against the estate of L. Nice New' GotMijContoinirt.

ago, and recently sentenced to life I Mears using his knife to scrape away I i; A IteliaMt Keiwily for Croup.Mrs. K. Kimmerlin, deceased late of Su-
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the steel when would be dissolved i waanee County, Florida wilt
is < < it present
imprisonment determined .
to es- I S. Rosinthal, of Turner, Michigan : rooms
the ,- f :-e
In his cell several bottles that same to me duly proven, .
were withinone
from the county Jail here '
cape wherehe sax: We have used Chamber-
had had been supposed to contain year from the first insertion Ho\rard;
is still confined, pending an appealof 1 Iain's Cough Medicine for ourselvesand this of hallway on u-
medicine. One of these the authorities notice, or this notice will beples.cled
his case, was further evidencedthis : children for several< years and 1
believe contained carbolic acid ;: in bar of allowance of the Small stable Ir
when barn u-J
morning Deputy Sheriff like it very much. I think it is the :
and will have it analyzed. fears same out of the funds of said
they estate.
Morris found both bolts holding that i only remedy for
and
croup
can highly -
o, W. J. garden. Apply()
part of the lock to his cell into which declares he did not cut the bolts and ,; recommend it." For sale by Bar- HILLMAN,
Executor of the last Will and
; the bolt from the lock sets when that they were in that condition when clad & Groover and all drugging nw Testa
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The and Best of Alls
IJUC53T AND WOOST UHOmON IN aft WOMJ5.-J TRAINS OF CAKS.- Biggest
SANDS 0. ituuc.iso HOKSIS AND PONCU.-3[>lDS OF ELZPHANTS.-2 DK.OVXSCT
S2IWAN CAMZLS.-CWLY IAJY CAKZL tYia StlN W TH3 COUNTRY,

a 0 SCORE OF CLOWNS AND COMICAL CHARACTERS., .


BOO MEN, WOMEN m CHILDREN Gentry Bros.. Shows J.tCT .


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\ $100,000.00 GRAND FREE STREET PAkADt;.a ". .., jf. F: fi.: !,. .. 2S..t\1 d ''Ii' J

-II l A Ctmr b.o.aJ..J UnumptnbU Monrf foguat of Crud .od Silnr Emi eaed Den rlUiteJ J C:z
IN kf llw Fimca of JungU Bred Wild ud UaUnaLU Aiu=, U. PoBdcrwu DcpUiite u it*?*
1 Cruit,huonf Steeds uid Frm-d Riden ad Melodxiu* MUM Mufen, PUjnaj da4at7us aM .3An
100 OUwr F* tun% Btjoad Deay>iun uviUli

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./ SPECIAL: Menagerie Open to All Sunday Afternoon. No Charge,
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has decided upon Friday as the date
Live Oak Co. I
M'fg. for the conference to be held with

Gor. Comer of Alabama and Oov.

Glenn of North Carolina to discuss
Manufacturers of the railroad stiuatioe in the South

In addition to these Governor there

0TaaM Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, may be Gov. Swanson of Virginia,
and the attorneys general of tkwo

Power and Turpentine.Electric four State
.1 etasJ Gov. Smith decline to give out the

Lights in any part of the city furnished for nature of the conference but it Is understood -
that they will discttaa the recent
For Sick Liversi Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. passenger rates ordered into effect i

% ;I Electric power Day and night current for manufacturing in their respective States and endeavor -
II I to adjust the coaflietiag laws

A PURELY VEGETABLE purposes. governing transportation compaaie

-==COMPOUND= '- Ii Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- The conferences will probably beheld
in tbe private office of Gov.
and all orders fil1 d.
attention promptly
cial Smith which is amply large to as-

,',. '. PCKLY CURES CONSTIPATION.SIA MALARIA. CHILLS DYSPEP.and I I 1 We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and commodate the octette. It is expected ,t
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.I that the conference: will atIet at
?:,: IA GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by flooring. Come and get our prices. noon on Friday and sit all of the af-
i TORPID BLOOD. One bolds purIchistd !
/ LIVER and IMPURE ternoon and
probably Saturday JBOf'blng -
; today may tare you sick spell tomorrow. II I I-
has deposited in the national banks .

; CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER II I PRESIDENT AND CABINET i iI iI iI sum approximating $50,000,000, a1 So far as known this Is the first i c

.. ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED I I 1 ,Mnce early in September, when time Southern governors have ever
Secretary began his weekly distribution been known to confer in regard to
Mrs. W.A. Whitewelt. Emory, Tex.,
I nearly $70,000,000 has been deposited laws
governing corporations
writes: "My child had chills and fever I'ONFERENCE: )) MOI'.K TH.\N !
for four years. We tried all kinds of which brings the amount of F
TWO lIons VESTEItlt.1YTI1f : :
medicines, and finally aa acquaintance of public funds now in national banks III-XII-H: A KKIIKAKIVC.:
We used
..t1lit mine recommended Hcrbine. i up to over 1215,000,000: of which,
three bottles, and the child is now completely -
cured. You hue my permissioD about $12.500,000 has been deposited
I cheerfully to the credit of (mne and Gajnor Mu..t S 'r\o Ten c
to publish this testimonial, as FINANCIAL SITUATION I government disbursing -
t ft recommend llerbine to all mother officers I i and I'a)' JlN'f Fiut'v. !'
d having children afflicted aa mine.
1.: [URGE BOTTLE 50c GET THE GtSUlRE During President Cleveland's first )lODtgomen.Ia.., Oct. 29.B.. D.
1JS. I term very large amounts of public Greene and John F. Gaynor the eon- i
LINIMENT GO. \\a the Cluf Topic t'ndcr I>iscu..ion .
- BAllARD SNOW i I If [fuad were deposit*Via the Batioaul tractors who were convicted of defrauding i
ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. banks for the declared purpose of relieving the government oat of large
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f f -' the treasury of a burdensome sums of money, were yesterday
surplus, but before in the hU-
i !' never denied a rehearing by tbe United
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY i Washlggton. Oct. 2 9.-Pr atd ttt I tory of the country hate such large States circuit court of appeals, in r.

: Suwannee Drug Company. I Roosevelt was in conference with all I I II sums been placed with depositary session in "Montgomery, and vafesti
lij : of his cabinet except
the member banks
: to avert threatened trouble in the defendants secure a writ of cer-
I :Secretary Taft for more than two times. of unusual disturbance in the tiorari from the United States supreme -

. I hours toda). Th financial situation' financial centers. court, they will have to spenl f

the t the State. was under discussion I II. J,! Secretary Cortelyou remained with four years in the penitentiary, besides -
best Brick in
d ...._ :Y .. Secretary CorteVjou shares situation the view the President for some time after the each being compelled to pay a a
I. that the general money I t conclusion of the meeting fine approximating $3&0,900. Greene
des throughout the country and especial-i I 3
BY and Gaynor were convicted of being
IT'S MADE
II ly Inew::' York is steadily improv- THREE sOCTIIEiOVEftXOlti: implicated In frauds in connection

:- with harbor Improvements at Savannah t

n Brick Co. Callahan, Fla. 1 ing any .And )l.a.btFour Met In Atlanta f* Ga.. and sentenced to four years
: ject, it is known that he regards the
DIM-UV Southern Railroad
1 in the P' nitennary besides -being
situation with far greater equanimity .
'. than at any time during the last ten Situation. fined nearly $300,000 The prisonersare

for Live Oak. I.days. During the last seven days hs Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 23.-GOT. Smith now confined at Macon, Ga.I .
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NOTICE. NOTICE OF SALE. Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by ORe i

To Whom It May Concern: Dos e of Chamberlain's Colic, American :
I Lave at my place, three miles Manufactory-
Notice Is hereby given that the. Cholera and Diarrhoea
cast ef Wllmarth, on the Suwannee
undersigned sheriff of Suwannee Itemed?.
river, a yellow sandy colored sow
marked crop and split In right ear County Florida. for the satisfactionof I was so weak from an attack of Atlanta, Georgif;

judgment entered In the Circuit diarrhoea attendto
and under slope In left ear. This a that I could scarcely

ow has been breaking Into my field, Court of Suwannee County, Florida, my duties, when I took a dose of Complete MahTiiej.

causing other hogs to get In and destroy on the 6th day of June, A. D. 1906, Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and ,

against W. B. Collins, In favor of Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me en-
my crop, and I am compelled to
W. W Stovall & Bros., for the sum. Equipments 't
keep her shut up. Owner can get her tirely and I had been taking other

by preying ownership paying for this of $332.06 damages with interest medicine for nine days without relief. ;II i

notice and my expense of keeping her.274L from date thereof until paid and I heartily recommend this remedy as Standard Woodworking Machinery, 1:

M. ADAMS. $7.80 costs, and In pursuance of an being the best to my knowledge for .
JAMES Saw Mills, Plaining Mills, Shingle Mills, Lath Milk ft
,
execution Issued upon said Judg- bowel complaints.-R. G. Stewart, of
:Mills, Spoke and Handle Factories. Wood Turning &3
ment, will, on Monday. October 7th, the firm of Stewart & Bro. Greenville -
Wood Yard: Machinery etc. Engines, Boilers, Gas aad

FOR SALE. 1907, after four weeks publication of Ala. For sale by Barclay & line Engines, Saw Mill Machinery, Belting and Mill!

A nice farm one-fourth mile from :'this notice, offer for sale at the door Groover, and all druggists. w* Manufacturers of American "Permanite" Roof .. .

the corporation line west of Lire of the courthouse, at Live Oak Su- -
The Best Flint Coated, No-Tar Ready to Lay ]P.ootmt.

Oak; 212 acres. 150 acres In cultivation ,wannee County Florida, between the NOTICE FOR PCBLICATION.Department tor SAMPLES and for the Asking. Address .:

100 acres of new'fresh land for legal hours of sale and sell to the
AMERICAN MANUFACTURING Co., Inc., ATUJ'r&Y
cotton, a nice 8wroomatof1 dwelling highest bidder for cash the followingreal of the Interior, Land

good barns, 3 tenant houses 4 estate, being lying and _situate Office at Gainesville, Fla., Sept. a

good young mules, 2 two-horse In Suwannee County Florida, or so 23, 1907.

wagons 4 sets of harness, one-horse much thereof as may be necessary to

wagon good buggy and harness, all satisfy said judgment. and costs, to- Notice Is hereby given that Milton Live Oak Bottling Woi
:
Frazier of Ellaville, Fla., has filed
farming tools, sugar mill and kettle, wit.:
notice of his Intention to make final
one Jerse ycow will gIVe 3% gallonsper The south half of the southwest'onefourth -
five-year proof in support of hi)
day, 550 bushels of corn, 118 of Section 35, Township 2 R. H. Holmes, Prop.
claim viz: Homestead Entry No.
head of hogs, corn and potatoes. Will south Range 13 east, containing 160
29972, made May 26, 1900, for the
sell all or a part of the farm at a acres, more or less. Purchaser to
west half of northwest one-fourth, Manufacturers and bottlers of The
Famous
bargain. Come and see me before pay for title.Witness
Section 30, Township 1 south. Range
buying. W. R. LEE my hand and seal at Live nee Springs Ginger Ale, Coca Cola, Iron Brev, Pa
12 east, and that said proof will be
w-octll-lmo Live Oak, Fa. Oak Florida, this 9th day of September
Mellow and Ginal
.. 1907. made before Clerk Circuit Court, at Raspote Lemon, Root Beer, Qe.]

J. II. RICKERSON, Live Oak, Fla., on NOT. 6, 1907. late, Cream Soda, Sherry, Vanilla, Pesin OIa, andFn

NOTICE. He names the following witnessesto
Tolo.
Sheriff, Suwannee Co., Fla.
Notice is hereby given that the LESLIE & LAMB.Attorneys prove his continuous residence upon -

undersigned has filed in the office of for Plaintiffs. sept3-4t and cultivation of, the land, viz: Every Gallon of water used is Artesian. Filtered and Dju)

the Clerk of Circuit Court for Su- I R. I... Milliner, of Ellaville, Fla.; D. tilled, my water pipe is connected with the large Ice FactIJ]

wannee County Florida, his final Treasury Department, State of Florida T. O'Hara, of Ellaville. Fla.; J. E.Brazell distillery.
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statement of all matters pertainingto of Ellaville Fla.; Henry
Office of Comptroller, Talla- :t In every respect my plant is entirely up-to-date, being operand 1 j
bis position as assibnee of F.J.lal-1 hassee.-No. 103. Wright, of Live Oak, Fla.HENRY Electrical |
power.
lory of said county and after thirty I Whereas, by satisfactory evidence S. CHUBB, We arc prepared to furnish these goods to all dealers in the state

days from this date, will apply to the presented to the undersigned, it has dw-sept25-lmo Register. __n____

lion. B. II. Palmer, Judge of Third Ed fee paid.
been made to appear that a banking YOURS FOR BUSINESS

Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, for I association under the name of The

letter of discharge as such assignee. Citizens Bank of Live Oak located *t NOTICE OF SALE.
I Live Oak
sep20-5t W. A. TISON, Assignee. Live Oak, Florida, and organized Notice is hereby given that I, the Bottling WaiisjH.

under the laws of Florida, has com- undersigned special master in chancery -

plied with all the provisions requiredto
NOTICE. under and by virtue of a final H. HOLMES, Proprietor.
be complied with by the Banking
Notice is hereby given that the decree of foreclosure made by the 98'1H-t ><<" "
Laws of the State of Florida, be- I
physicians of the Suwannee County Judge of the Circuit Court in and for
I fore an association shall be author-
Medical Association will place all Suwnanee County, Florida, whereinthe
ized to commence the business of
their past due accou: ts in the hands First National Bank of Live Oak,
banking.
of the association's special agent for Florida, is complainant, and W B.
Now Therefore I, A. C. Croom,
collection If not satisfactorily settled Collins and A. Collins and B. M
I Comptroller of the State of Florida,
by December I, 1907. Bean are defendants, for the pur-
I by virtue of the authority vested in
II pose of satisfying and paInghe
I me b> Section 270, of the General
amount expressed in said decree I
j Statutes of the State of Florida,
William Kidney I'iII". will offer for sale and sell to the
certify that the Citizens Bank of LiteOak
Hare you neglected your Kidneys? I highest and best bidder for cash on FIRST
of Live Oak, In the County of AND LAST
Have you overworked your Monday, November 4, 1907, In frontof
system and caused trouble ", nervou'l Suwannee and the State of Florida, the courthouse, of said county,

kidneys and bladder? Have you painsin Is authorized to commence the business between the $mfi BRAND SHI$
of legal hours of sale the
loins, side, back groiis and blad- banking under the name

der? Have you a flabby appearanceof above given with a capital stock of following real estate, to-wit: The r '

the face, especially under fifty thousand dollars. southwest quarter of Section thirty- Mean $ $ made to all who .

eyes? Too frequent a desire to pass Given under my hand and five, Township two, south of Range r buy or wear them. In style

urine? If Williams' Kidney Fills seal of office, this fifth day of 13 east The purchaser to pay fo: ,

will cure you-at Druggist Price 50c. I (Seal) September, A. D. One Thou- titles. M. E. BROOME, p- .. ease and durability, Shield Brand Shoes

Williams''Manufacturing Co., toe the mark of
Props., sand and Nine Hundred and (10-11-41) Special Master perfection.
Cleveland, O. Sold by Suwannee -V OLD BY RGLIAOLG MERCHANTS ONLY
seven. A. C. CROOM, iIARDBE & BUTLER

Drug Store. -apr-lyr I sept.13-St "mptroller State of Fla. Solicitors for Complainants.A M. C. KISER CO., Manufacturers.,

NOTICE OF SILE. I ATLANTA CA.
I LEG.: \L NOTICE. I
To Whom It May Concern:

Notice is hereby given that the I Notice Is hereby given that 1. W. I LIQUID COLD CURE

II. Cameron, the undersigned, will, on
undersigned sheriff
of Suwannee -ANDLAXATIVE -
the 14th day of November
A. D.
County, Florida, for the satisfactionof i :
: i907, at Live Oak, Florida, apply to COUGH SYRUP ;
a judgment
entered in the Circuit I
Court of Suwannee County Florida, :j lion. B. H. Palmer, Judge of Third jj j MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY'

on the 6th day of June, A. D. 1906, I Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, for THE Engind..
Portable and Stationary
against W. B. Collins In favor of an order adopting as my child .1 Boilers; Saw-Muls.Wood; wets
I Joseph Selph, known THE -ORIBIN1L
commonly
Wolfe Brothers Shoe Company, a as Machinery and Supplies.IJt
Joe Cameron, 6 I plete line earned J8
age years and about :
corporation, etc.
for the sum of I I NEW al Terms. Write for catalog
six months born January 18
1901. I
1300.48 damage with Interest from
This Oct. 1907. IDEA f
11th
date thereof until 6
paid and $7.50 OLDS *
Slate Asent* for the
W. H. CAMERON
costs, and in pursuance of an execution {' '= and (JASOLINE! ESGI 9

Issued upon said Judgment, will,
NOTICE. ne 1.* CITW Blouon I.
ant tit uy BM ea
on Monday, October 7th, 1907 after ..'17 Botu. MACHINERY.
four weeks publication of this notice, Notice Is hereby given that the
"A Cold
cr a Cough nearly always products
offer for sale at the door of the courthouse undersigned as administrator of the i I constipation water all runs to the LONG DISTANCE ADDRF.-S ALL COMMUNICATIONS: TO
Live Estate of J. A. Adams deceased, will i i eyes nose and throat instead of passing out 'PHONE 574. 22 Oc K\.N STREET
A at Oak, Suwannee County, i iI
I .( the! the liver and JACKSONVILLE
on Monday, the 13th day of January system through kidneys.For FLORIDA.1etcGer'sIThe .
I.ti Florida, between the legal hours oft I 1 the want cf moisture the bo*e's! become
sale and sell to the highest bidder 1908. present his vouchers, receipts ) dry and hard." Nearly all other cough! cure
: and report of and for the Estate of : are constipating,especially! those container
, for cash the following real estate Opiates. Laxative and
" : Kennedy Honey
I J. A. Adams, deceased, and thereupon -
;1 being, lying and situate in Suwannee Tar moves the bowels, contains no Opiates. 66]
i apply for his final discharge is
"t County Florida, or u much thereofas administrator of the said estate. KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE

'", as may be necessary to satisfy said I! J. WETHERLINGTON, best Chill, Fever and LaGrippe cure

{ judgment, to-wit.: ':-5-6m Administrator.
= The north half of the southwest I on the market. Be sure to get the genuine.It .

-i' I KOCKIIS' LIVKUWOUTt : has the
one-fourth of Section thirty-five (35), ; signature in red ink. Accept no
zi-, j t i Tar and :
'; Township two (2) south Range I I i For the complete CanchalaguaI cure of Coughs ': HONEYTARRelieves other as there is none "Just as good." It

It:, thirteen (13) east, containing one Colds, Asthma and BrfcocbitU and all 1|.... Colds by working them out cost, but 25 cents for 16 doses, if it cures,

hundred and sixty acres more or I Lung complaints tending to Consume of the system through a copious action of NOT ONE CENT IF IT DOES NOT.
the
less. Purchaser to pay fir title. j tion, Liverwort, Tar and Wild Cherry, bowels.
"
I.. Relieves Coughs by cleansing and Manufactured bv
. Witness my hand and seal at Live hare for ages maintained an established : I strengthening the mucous membrane of

; Oak, Florida this 9th day of September. 1 reputation as a standard Cough i tho throat.chtst.lucgi and bronchial tubes. CRESCENT PHAR MAC Y,


A. D. 1907. Remedy. It contains no opium or I For Croup Whoopi Cough,L* Grippe, Live Oak Florida.
harmful drug can be given with I I1:Influenza, Bronchitis, and all Cocgbt,
1 FOR SALE BY
II. R1SKERSON. ALL DRUGGIST.Fletcher's.
J. safety to children. Price 11.00. Sold i I'Colds, Long and Bronchial affections BO
Sheriff, Suwanee Co., Fla. 1 rtaudy it equal to Kennedy's LtzatiTi
I by druggists.'illiams' UTe Co., Eon.7 and Tar. Children Uk it. 66 66S
LESLIE & LAMB, Props. Cleveland. O. Sold by the I
Putti s ln25 ,80c and" .00 bottl*at the LM.Mstor' .
Attorneys for Plaintiffs. sept3-4t I II Suwani Drug Store. apr-lyr /*f K.0.O.Wltt*&...Chicago. U.S.A.
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.. REPORT OF LICENSES Issued by the TaxCollector Duplicates bf which have been filed ... ... :
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with the County Judge for the period beginning on the first day of October A. D. 1906. and : TO WHO ISSXED. FOR "HAT PURPOSE.Period ofIJc.j I iQ

and ending on the 1st day of October. A. D. 1907. ,. -. .

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g. I "". Wells . . Merchant stock less than. U.III1OOct., l1bet. 11 5,00
1:9IJ.
Period ofUc.I
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TO WHO ISID\ED. FOR WHAT PURPOSE. :: UO'James Williams . . alerchant stock less thaD. $1.000Oct., .;Oct. Ij 1.00 I.ti

o. .:...!.cs..I:.). I .s = 131'J. L. Barnes . . Merchant stock less than. 21,00001.; IiOcL Ii. 1.00

I From I To E; m j fooOI 00 % : J. .Johnson . . .1 Merchant stock less than. $1.00010ct. .;;Oct. 11 Uo .
133 Lewis Washington . (j11erchant. stock less than. $1,00001, .;Oct. Ij! 1.00
1906 ;; . lerchant stock less than. 1000Oct. 1Oct! 11 1.0 1JrU4Clemon
S I J 19071 i t & Langston .i !
1 I Scott Stewart . . I..ferchant stock less than. U.OOOOct., 1,0ct., 1$3.00'$1.50 { Robinson . . ;Shows . . . . . . .IOct.1 liOcL! 1150.00 Ur135lJohn

2 Betsy Bradfield : . )Ierchant. stock less than. U.OOIJOct., 1 Oct. 11' 3.00\ I.S0 136J.; C. Brock . . . :.Merchant. stock less thaD. .'. $1.UOIIPct.; 1Oct.; 1, Uo ;UfU1
( four \ tns . . lerchant. stock less than. $1.00U,0ct. Oct. I 3.0
3 Alberta Taylor . . Restaurant accommodation for { :\\ S. TornpL ; Lit
I persons . . . . . ;Oct, (,Oct. 1 5.001 %.50 133Bardin & Edwards . iRea1 estate agents . . . Oct. 1 ;Oct. 1,10.eo I.Itu9iB

4 W. D. Frederick . lOne pool table . . . . Oct. 1,Oct 1 10.001 5.00 ; L. Stewart . . :llerchant. stock less than. $1,000,01., 1;Oct. 1 3.00 U.HOiThe .
5 W .D. Frederick . . ,One pool table . . . . Oct. 1 1 Oct. 1 10.00! .OO Worth Stephens Co. : Ierchant. stock less than. $11.000'Oc1. liOct.l; nOO'2Ut
D. Frederick . ,One pool table . . . . ,Od. l,Oct 1 10.00 0>>.00 InJameS Willis . . ,1Ierchant. stock less than. $1OOuOct., ItOct. 1 3.00Ut
e .7G.61W! 11. Brim . . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000,Oct. 1:Oct. 11 i 3.00 1.50 142So, Bell Tel. & Teleg. Co. iFurnisblng telephones . . Oct. IOct; 1,10.00/ U.

r .sllke Middleton . . Merchant stock less than. $1,00040ct 1(Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 1 n 'D. T. O'llara . . !Merchant. stock less than. $1.000,Oct. 1!Oct 1, U&IH'
t .91 lrs. )1c. Barrow . j.aierchant! stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1..0ct. 1: 3.00 1. 0IOIIke \\". J. Reynolds . . (:Merchant stock less than. n.OOOOct, 1Oct.;! 1, 3.001 LK145alallery :
{ lIddleton . . ;Keeper of hotel for 13 persons ,Oct. .;\Oct. 1 5.00O ; & Moore . . ,1Ierchant. stock less than. $1.000Oct.; I;Oct 11; 3.0 Uf'It6'J

lljA.( S. Peterson . . aierchant stock less than. $1.000Oct., loct.l, \ 3.00\ 1..0 '; D. Shaw . . . \\Operating. one turpentine 8t111. . ,Oct. .;,Oct. 15.00'U; '
.. 1111. B. Banks . . {Merchant stock less than. $1.000pct., ..Oct. 11 3.OOj 1.SU IHS;; B.: Chess-utt . . Ierehant. stock less than. i1,0UtfOct. I'Oct. 1, 3.00) U.
13 .7. I. Johnson . . Merchant. stock less than. .. $1OOOOct., 1 I Oct. 11 3.00 1.50 ItS'porter& Dexter . . ;Ianagers of a theatre . .. . ,Oct. 110ct. 150.0025,10{
If\A. L. hey . . . ,1Ierchant. stock less than. $1,0001Oct. lOetl, i 3.00( 1.50 1491! r. J. Hackney & Co. . .1( Merchant stock less than. $8.000IOct l,Oct. 1j24.001ty
" 151J. R. 11cDaniei ... . ,1Ierchant. stock less than. $1.000,Oct. '.lIOct. 3.00 1.50 ISO O. G. Register . . (Merchant stock less than. U.0001O t. 1[Oct. l' 6.0' u.

16)) V. S. Hodge' . .) I. .11Ierchant.( stock less thaD. $2,000Oct: 1 Oct. 11 6.0Q 3.00 151jHorn & Key . a. !aierchant. stock less than.$5.000Oct., lOct, .. 1,15.0 7,50
11Geo., Wolfe . . . jDt'aler. in pistols rifles etc. . .!Oct. (;Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 152'R. O. Thompson . . tiierchant. stock less than. $1.0 Oct. 1Oct.! li; 3.011 Ut r
18Geo.; Wolfe . . . .Merchant stock less than. $6.000Od. IOct.. 118.00 9.00 153R. F. Crittenden . .Kt't'per of restaurant with .0 seats,Oct. 11Oct., 11 5.00 L

19s. J. White ... .,v -Merchant 1 stock less than. : $3.000 Oct. J Oct 1 9.00 4.50 15flC' W Rogers . . .11Ierchant. stock less than. $1.000.oct 1 3.00 1,St15sjA
20 Su.-annee Drug Co- :,. ,'.Merchant. stock less than$4,000Oct; : 110ct. 1 12.0Q 6:00: : A. Tyson . ...;;.. .n !Merchant stock less thaIt..n.ooopct. 1:0ct: 11; ,,3.00 11$
21 Barclay & Groover . ,,1Ierchant. stock less than. $!.OOOOct. l,Oct. 11 6.00 3.00 156\\! ". B. Burnett . . .iKt't'per of boarding house 12 rooms Oct IjOct Ij 5.00 2.bt1S71H.
U Fla. Book Supply Co.. Merchant stock less than. $2,000Oct., IOc .. 1 6.00 3.0i J. Cannon . . .lKt't'per of LIvery. Feed and Sale, I' I ,
23 Maya Bros . . . .1 1..Merchant stock less than. U.00010ct., 1!Oct. 1 6.06 3.00 .r stable with 8 horses . . iOct. 1 Oct. 1110.00; S."

2t J. B. Evans 4. . .1. Merchant stock less than. $2,000Oct.( 1 Oct. 1 6.00 3.60 15SlJim, Porter . . . ,\Ierchant. stock less than. $$1.00Oct., ( 1(Oct. 14 3.00 Ut .
25'Surrency & Powers .:. 1 .Merchant stock less than. $1.000:0ct.: 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.0 159iWarrt'n.Shemeld . 11Ierchant. stock less than. .,$1,0001Oct., 1 Oct. \, 3.00 U.160F. .
26\M. L. Burnett & Co.'Merchant' stock less than. $10.000,0Ct. 1\Oct 1 30.00115.00 : H. Washington . .Merchant. stock less than. $1.00010Ct. 110ct 1: 3.00 Us161Newton

27 .. M. 'Strickland . . .:\Ierchant. stock less than. U.OOOOd., 1 Oct. 1 6.003.00 & Con . . .11Ierchant.. stock less than. $1.000Oct, liOct 11; 3.00 ua
28 J. W. Cobia . . .1)lerchant.. stock less than. $1.00'J Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00\ 1.50 i. 16'Washington' Paul . .i1\Ierchant. stock less thaD. $1.oooOct., 1,0ct, 1':' 3.00 Ut
29''S. Powell . . . .Merchant stock less th n. 1000oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.001.50 163tBroome & Turbeville . aierchant stock less than. 1000oct. 1,Oct. li, 3.00 tit
30'Uve Oak Telephone Co .1'. ,Furnishing telephone stock less I 16..IUart & Whigden . . :Merchant. stock less thaD. $1.000pct.+ IOct.lJ; 3.00 1.51

I than . . . . . $1.000Oct. .,Oct. 110.00; 5.00 165U.; I. Robinson . . .Merchant. stock less than. $1,000Oct.\ 1Oct.l1! 3.00 1.5116611iart
31 'Bill Burke . . .1..llerchant. stock less than. $1.000.oct. 1 Oct. 1'': 3.00 1.50 : & Chancy . .Merchant. stock less than. $1.00UOct. liOct; I! 3.00 130167A.

32 But Burke . . . (Keeper of hotel . . . 'IOct.. .;Oct. 1 5.001 %.50 : W. 11cLeran . . .1..Merchant. stock less than. $1.000Oct.; 110ct. 1/1.00/ 10 SO168Frank
33 C. A. Grover .Merchant stock less than. $!.OOOOct., IOct.; 1 6.003.00\ : Kennert Jr . .1 .Merchant stock less than. n.ooopct. .;Oct. 1' 3.00 1.5g169a1rs.

34 Smart McDaniel . . Merchant stock less than. $1.001).oct. 1:Oct. 1 i 3.00, 1.50 J. I. Morgan . .IMerchant.. stock less than. i1.00UOct.! 110ct. 1 3.00 Ut170J.

35 J. D. Radford . . ;1lerchant. stock less than.$1.000Oct., lOct 11( 3.0011.56 : J. RawUn . . .1..Merchant. stOC; less than. $1,000Oct., ;Oct. 11 3.00 Ut ,
3&/Helvenston/ & Hayman Merchant stock less than. $2,000Oct.! liOct. 6.003.0:>> 171 ;'W111lam Alexander . .11Ierchant.! stock less than. $1.000 .,et. 110ct.! 1; 3.00 U.
31.C.. S. Simpkins . . ,11erchant.. stock less than. $1,000.Oct; 1:Oct. lI\ 3.00\ 1.50 172:Allen Roods . . .11Ierchant. stock less than. $1.oooOct.; liOct 11 3.00 1.51
38 E. A. Crawford & Co . .IBrokers. stock less thm.: $10.000 Oct. iOcL; 5.00 113': lax Hall . . . .jKeeper of Livery Feed and Sale( I J I
39,0\, W. Townsend . . .Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct. 1,Oct. 1110.00), ) 1.50 1 I stable 2 horses . . . I Oct. lOct.l! ? 5.00 j 220174'C.
40lThomas S. Harris . 11erchant. stock less than. $1,000Oet. 1!Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 B. OllUf & Son. . .1( Merchant stock less than. $:.000 Oct. IOct; 1 6.00 U.

41 J. 11. Cobia . . .Merchant. stock less than. $1OOOOct. IOct.l; \ 3.00 1.:;0 175C.". B. 011111 . . . ,\Ierchant.. stock less than. $2,000Oct. .;Oct. 1 6.00 U.176L. .
42'airs. C. W. Bache . tMerchant. stock less than. $%.500:Oct. jOct. 1 9.00 4.50 ; O. Brokerage & Com. Co.\lerchant., stock less than. $4,000Oct.! LOct. 1 1.00 gals177G.

Suwannee\ Hardware Co. Merchant stock less than. $%O.OOOIOct. 1Oct., 1150.005.00, : J. Lee . . . ,,1Ierchant. stock less than. $$1.000oct., 1,,Oct. 11, 3.00 1.50
H Suwannee hardware Co Dealer In pistols rifles etc. . ,Oct. 1,0ct. 1110.005.0' 17S'M.! E. Broome . . Lawyer: . . . . . .IOct.. lOct.; 1 '10.00 5,00179Frank
45 Hopson & Co. . . 'KE'eper: of hotel. 25 rooms. . 'Oct. l'Oct.l,15.00\) 7.5Q Martin . . ,').Merchant stock less than. n.OO\1IOct.{ .;Oct. l' 3.0015'
46 A. Burdick . . Merchant stock less than. -1.000 Oct. 1!OcL :. : 6.09: 180 E. C. Horn & Co . . .j1lercnant. stock less than. $1,0001Oet., 1:0ct.: 1 3.00\ UI
41 Mrs. E. X. Lawler . .Ie-rchant. stock less than. $%.OO\ 'Oct. 1Oct.! 1 6.00, 3.00 181 J. H. Johns .0. . . ,Merchant. stock less than. $1,000Oct.; 1;Oct 1 3.0011.U
'48 D. B. Caswell . . ..Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct. IOct.; 1 3.001 1.50 1S2 H. S. Thompson . . ,Merchant. stock less than. $1,000Oct., IIOct., 1 3.001 LIO1S3

49IH. I. Blackburn . . : Merchant stock less than. $10,0'00Oct.: IOct.1130.00115.00; ; Eugene hMawkins . ::1Ierchant. stock less than. n.ouOct, 1Oct. 1, 3.00 LU181iA.

50G., Potsdamer . . .Merchant. stock ll'ss .than. $1.000Oct., 1,0d. 3.001 1.30 L. Chapman . . ,,:\Ierchant. stock less than. n.OOuOct liOct, I, 3.00 UO
S1iCity Pharmacy ... ''Merchant. stock less than. $2,000Oct.; ,Oct. 1\ 6.00., 3.00 185E.: Floyd . . . ::1Ierchant. stock less than. $1.000Oct., lOct 1, 3.00 1.58
52 E. J. Blume & Co. : . Merchant stOck less than. $7,009Oct. 1,Oct. 1 :I.00II0.50 186 T. 1. McIntosh . . .:\erchant. stock less than. $%.500oct. 1,Oct. 1: .00 U'IS'SpenCE'f
,53 Tbos. V. Parrish . . ..Ie-rchant. stock less than. $1.000O,_ !:Oct. I' 3.001( 1.50 Clark . . ;Keeper of restaurant 10 seats. . ;Oct. 1 ,Oct. 1 5.00 UOIS8
5t Miles Cambridge . . !.Merchant stock legs than. $1.00llOct., IjOct.; 1\ 3.001! 1.50 S. F. Parnell . . .j.\l'rchant.. stock less than. $I.000iOct. l Oct. l'; 3.00 UI18911t.
55 R. M. Silas . . . Ierchant: stock less than. $1.000 Oct. :: 3.00' 1.50 F. hays . . .j\erchant.. stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1'Oct. 1.: 3.00 1.50
56'0. W. Drandy & Co . Ie-rchant. stock less than. $1.000:0ct.: .:;Oct.l,1, 3.00 1.30 190W.; F. Farnl'1l . . Kl'eper of Livery Sale and Feed' I, ,

5'lWlUam Scott . . ': 'Merchant Stock less than.$1.0000ct. .: 3.00 1.50 I i stable 4 horses . . . ;jOct. liOct.; 11 5.00 1 %.$0
58 J. C. Crawley . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000,Oct. 110ct. I! 3.00 1.50 1910.C.. Umst'ad . . .1erchant. stock less than. $1.009.Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.001 UI
59 Butler Bros. . . . Merchant stock less than. $I.OOOOct.; 1!OcL 1\U.OO 6.00 19G. B. \Uckler . . .IKl't per of Livery. Sale and Feed) f I

60 E. S. Tellock & Co . Ie-rchant. stock less than. $2,000.Oct. 110ct. 1 i 6.00 3.00 ;i I stable 8 horses . . . ,Oct. 1IOct 1 10.00 5.00
61 Miss M. V. Edwards . .Merchant stock less than. $$2,000Oct.. l ,Oct. 1 6.00 3.00 i 193'Jas' A Wyche . . ..Merchant. stock less than. $I.000IDot. (,Oct. 1: 3.00 1 1.51

.62 Y. Y. lllngson . . .Mgrchaat. stock less than. $1.000Oct., l!Oct. 1 3.00 il.50 i 19" ,zene & Walker . Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct.,; IOct.; 1 3.00 UI
63 J. M. Brock . . ... Merchant stock less than. $1.000oct., IjOct.1; 3.0 '.1.50 USSmlth & Baker . llerchant stock less than. I.60IJOct. l,Oct. 1 3.00 L'U
U!J. E. Thomas . . : .Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct.; 1 ;Oct. 11' 3.00 1.56 196'Phllllps & Allen . . (aierchant. stock less than. $1,000Oct., 1 Oct. 1 3.00 LU
65 A. E. L. Fort . . ... \Ierchant. stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1'Oct.. 11 3.00 1.50 19. }'. J. Edwards & Co . .1.\lerchant.. stock less than. $1,000Uc t. 110ct. 1 3.00 I.U

66'Standard' Oil Co. . .Merchant! stock less than. $1,000Oct., 11Oct.! 1/! 3.00'1.50 19S J. N. Rosberry . . ..Merchant. stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 U.
67\F. Rubenstein . . ..!.ferchant stock less than. $3,000 Oct. l Oct. fl 9.00I.SO\ 199,Edward E. Hesor . Keeper of restaurant :0 seats. . I Oct. 1 Oct. I 5.001 %.i"
68J.\ e. Lyle . . . .:.Merchant. stock less than. $51)0' 'Oct. .;Oct. 3.00 1.5 0 :00 G. W. Zandus . . 1 llerchant stock less than. $1.00'JOct. IOct. I 1.i
69iP. L. Bridges . . Keeper of restaurant 20 seats. . 'Oct. .;Oct. 11 5.90 %..53'lOID. :01 Boyd A. Cox . . 'Ins- agt. for State Life of Rome Ga.OCt. 1,0ct., 1 3.001) 2.50
A. Dunaway . . 1 Keeper of Livery. Feed and Save I j I. I 1 202 Taylor \lose & Co . :Merchant, stock less than. $ioooo;: t. 1 Oct. 1 6.00: toe

I : stable 8 to 12 horses . . ;Oct. 'ljOct.: 1115.001 1.5 :03,C. II. Whitfield . . ..Merchant. stock less than. $1.000 Oet. IOct. 1 UI
"Clegg" & Knowles . Merchant, stock less than. $1.0000et. 1Oct.! 3.001 1.50'lFla.L1veStock&"ehicleCo.Kt'E'per :0. J. 1'. lowland . . .!.Merchant. stock less than. $1'.tHOOct.; 1,0ct. I 3.001. 1.50
of Livery. Feed and Sale: I I I :05 Lon & Chaetbam . Brokers. stock less than. $10.00tOct. I
corporation) . . stable, 19 horses . . . Oct. I\Oct.li5.0011.50 :06 John Jackson . . Keeper of Livery Sale and I''eedj I 1Oct.(i 10.001: Ut

.3jl<'la.L1veStock &\"ehicleCo. I! I I I J 1 stable 4 horses . . . . Oct. .,Oct. 1 5.001 2.0
(corporation) . . :Merchant stock less than. $4OtWOet. 1 Oct. :
\ 11 6.01 :01 John Jackson . . 1lercbant. stock less than. $1OUHOctt. 1 Oct.
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3.00'' 1.511
HSuraskl, Bros. . . Merchant stock less than. $4.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 11.OO; 6.0) 2UK .\. D. Puterbaugh . )aierchant stock legs tban. $1,000,0ct. 1Uct. 1
3.001 U'
I+ 15\Lhe\ Oak Auction Co. . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct. l Oct. l' 3.00: 1.50 :119 Sun BI'Ol4 . . . Dog and pony show . . . Oct. 1 Oct. I 10.001 5.00
} 76'C. J. Manker . . Keeper of restaurant 20 seats . Oct. 1 Oct. 1;; 5.00' :.5.1 :no \braham Nason .'. . !Traveling dealer . . . ,Oct. IOct.l 50.00 %5.0
17B. P. Coachman & Co. Keeper of Livery Feed and Sale Oct. 1 Oct. li15.00'j ':.53 211 Dennis Graham . . !Merchant. stock less than. $1.00U Oct. 1 ,Oct. I

\ stables S to U horses . . I I 212 D. t' Jenkins . . ..Merchant. stock leiS than. $1.OeOct.( ; 1,0ct., 1 3.oull.U
7S+Caleb S. Simpkins . Merchant stock less than. $I,OUt! Oct. 1 Oet. 1 I' 3.001.50 :13 Lawrence Gamble . '}'Merchant tock less than. $1.ooeOct. 1
19,0., II. Tillman . . Merchant stock less tban. $1,000Oct., 1'Oet. 1 3.00/ 1.50 U\\ll1iam, Gear . . .1..Merchant. stock less than. $1.001lOct. 1 Oct.Oct. 1 3.001; U
80 O. D. -Ic\luller & Co. . aierchant stock less than. $1.00"1 Oc-t. 1 Oct. 13J\ 01( 1.50 :15 Homer Tyson . . .1 jalerchant. stock less than. $1.009 Oct 1 Oct. I 1 3.00 1.U
81!E. S. Ingram & Co..Merchant. stock INS toon. $1,0000et. 1 Oct. Ii 3.60 1.50 ::16Xulln George . . ,,)4ercbant. stock less than. $1,00tlOct.' 1'Oet 3001 3'00'1' 15"
82 Live Oak Mfg Co . Furnishing electricity. stock lese 1 I I i :1.'C. M. Motes . . . Keeper of restaurant 8 perSoD :Oct1 : 1 5:00: ;; 1.59

83I, t"an . . . . $10,00tl Oet. lOct 1 5.0 0 218 G. \. Bows . . . Merchant, stock leas than. $1,000,0ct. 1 Oct 1 2.5
Live Oak Mfg Co . Operating shingle machine>. 10.001) I \ i . ,1M. agt.\ Oct. 1 3.001 1.U
lIeheuetoo.
: l' B. \V. ginla State . . ,.Oct. i
Oct.
,, shIngles daily . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 ; .001 ...Of} ::0 B. \\ Helvt'Dslon . . 108. agt.. \.e.tcbt r Ins. Co. . Oe-t. 1 I %.if
8t Live Oak Mfg Co. . Manufacturing ice. 9 tons dally. Oct. 1 Oct. 1 5.UO 5.00 221 B. W.; 1It-h-eD8too. . 108. agt.. ilUallsburg : I Oct. 1 2.51)
85 P. C. Burnett . . :.Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct. 1 Oct. IDS. City Ins. Co.,Oct. :Oct. I %.50
1 : 3.00, 1.50 222 B. \\ lIelvenston. . agt.. New York: Life Ins. Co. Oct.
86 W. H. orals & Co . }.Merchant stock less than. $1,00OOct. 1,0ct. 1. 3.00; 1.51)' 2':3: B. W. llelvenston. . ,108. agt., Fidelity & I,Oct. 1 ,' 2.55
81 P. S. lcDanlel & Co. . Merchant. stock less than. $1.0 hOct. 1 Oct. Ii 3.00'' 1.5; 4 +_24 n. W. lleh''nston. . los. agt.. L S. Fidelity! Casualty Ins. CQ'IOet., 1 Octt 1 : 250
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1. . . . Ouar. Co. I Oct. (,Oct. I %.$0
1I0pp 'Merchant .
881J. stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.001 l.S 0 225 B. W. lIelvenston. . agt.. Aetna Ins. I
89Colsonynn . . Sewing machine agents . . Oct. l Oct. 1,10.00; 5.(1) 2-6 B. W.: Heh.enston. . :Ins agt.. American Central Company . ..Oct (,Oct. I .5"
901Live, Oak Mfg Co . . ''Dstilll'rs of turpentine . . .jOet. IOct.ljS.QOZ5.0'; 7 227: B. W.: lIt'h'enston. . ''InsMgt... Britlsh-Amencan Ins Co. ,0ct. .,Oct. 1 .5'
Ins. Oct
91 :smlthso.n & Co. . . Merchant stock less than. $1..0,Oct. 1,Oct. 6.00' 3.00 .Iu. Co. ? l'Oct 1 %.5
11 !:8n.: W. HeJv'nston. . agt.. Citizens Ins. 10t"t'
Co. . Oct'I'
\, . . 1 2.50
92 John Bell Ierchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 ;Oct. 1': 1.50 ,Ins. ;
3.001 229 B' \\:. lIelvenston. . agt.. Continental Ins. : I"Oct
Co.Oct. :
93 D. S. Ooss . . . aierchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.5; 0 .30 B. \\ lIelvenston. . Is. agt., Eagle Ins. 1 Z.SJ
. . . : Co. . . ,Oct. lOctt: l .50
9-1 John Dees ,Merchant. stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. Ii 3.50' 1.5: 0 231 B. W. Hetvt'nston. . ,I S. agt., Fireman Friend %
95 J. M. Sullivan & Co. . Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oc, 1 Oct. 1 3.OOt t 1.50 23211. W.: Helve-nston. . agt.. German-Amerk'an Ins. Co. ,Oct 1 Oct. 1 253

96 W. E. Howell . . lercbant, stock less than. $1OOUOet. 1 Oct. l'' 3.00; 1.5 U ; B. W.: Helven3ton. . ,Ins. agt.. Georgia Home InsCo. JOct. .,Oct. 1 .50
91 Dowling L. &: X. Store Co. Merchant stock less than. $1.00tJOct. 1 Oct. 1': 3.001'50\ 33. ; IDs. Ins. Co. ?,Oct. 1 ,Oct. I j 250
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234'8. \\ Hl'lv'nston. . agt.. Hanover
'DoWl1ng' 1. & X. Store Co. Operating one saw mill . Oct. 1'Oct. 1'1.50 lSO: 235 B. W. Helvenston. . :InsMgt... Hartford Ins.nre Co Ins.. . ,Oct Oct' 1 IIOct'+Oct I 219
L. & X. Store Co. Co. . 1 %'U
99 Dowling Operating one shingle machin\ I '

O.QOO per day . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1'' 5.00: 5.00 :36B.Y.931 B W, .. HE'h'nston.lns.agL..Home II eo I yens t on. . ,,!IRS "..,t.. I DS. C O.Ins.of Co.North. :. . :,,Oct. 1 Oct. 1 %.i'l..
X1001 owUng L. & X. Store Co. )Merchant stock less than. $21,0')0 Oct. 1 Oct. U.006.0U: -Ise. Amerift I Oct. I:Oct. 1 %.50
: .35 n. \\ lIe-hen.ton. . agt., Liverpool
101 Judge Iiughs . . Ierchant, stock less than. : $1.OOU'OeL 1 Oct. 11 3.00!, 1.50 La. Co. . London & GoOct.., 1.Uct. I %.69
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B. Rouse aierchant stock less than $1,0000et. 1 Oct. 3.00 ''IN. ; 1 .50
1.51)
1010. 239 B. W. lIe-lvenston. . agt.. Northern
. . Assurance ins.: (;pOct. 1 : iso
, O. Pt't'ples :\It'rchant. stock less than. $1.001J0ct. 1 Oct. I'' 3.001; 1.50 1 Oct. 1
10311.\ 240B.V.. Helve-D8ton. . 8.agt.. N. British
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10tje. S. LeFever . . Merchant stock less than. l.OM Oct. 1 Oct. l' 9.00I.S: aleresntlie In" 'Oct I'Oct;' 1 2.50

1051J. )1. Marable . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,0000et. 1'Oet. 1 3.00i; 1.5\J U 241 I B.V.. Helvenltoo. . 108.Company MMgt Palatine. . . . . ,-'Oct: l'Oct: J ::So

1061J.. M. Marable . . Distilling turpentine . . . Oct. IjOct. 1 % Ins Co ;:Oct 1 Oct 1 250
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a ; 5.00.:5.)0 tB. \\ Ht'lvenstoo. . 1..agt..Phcwooh :
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Oct,
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"' 101JSandylendly! . . .Merchant. stock less than.$1.0t\uOct. 1 Oct. 1 3.001 I.S0 IDS. :
243 B. 1C. Ht'lvenstop. . agt.. Phoenix Ins.
D. Weeks . . Keeper of restaurant with 10 seat I : Co. . . ;Oct. 2Oct. 1 250
l 108\H. I I 244 B. C. Heolvenston. . IB8. agt.. Peen.
; \ rapacity . . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 i .OO, 2.5 J ; 108. Ins. Co . . .i.Oct. I Oct' 1 %::5.
245 B.
1 \\ Hehenston. . agt.. I rovl
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. . ) stock less than. IBS Co 'Oct 1'Oct' 259
.Merchant Oct.
: Weeks $1.000
D. 'Oct. 1 ;
109at. : 3.00: 1.0 246 B. \ Helvenston. . I.s. agt.. Queen In8.
? r tl; ; J. Mills . . . ).lerchant stock less than. $1.0to Otto IOct.l1; 1.50 247 B. 1811. Co . : :::,Oct: l'Oct: I %::51)
3.001( C. Ht'henston. . agt. Royal 108 .
stock less than. ; Co. . . :Ort. 1 Oct. 259
; \ Ladies' Emporium Merchant $%.000 Oct. 1'Oct.. 1 ; 6.001; 3.00 .B B. \\ Helvenston. . los. agt., Scottish Union; 1
- OD&1llpS . . . )1t'rcbant. stock less tban. $1,0000et. 1 Oct. 1: 3.00: 1.50 I Company . . & Xat Ins.OeK liOct; 1 :.50
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T01\'n"i Wing Sing . Keeper of laundry . . . Oct. 'Oct.' 1 :1 0.00' 5.00 249 B. .. . Oet. lOct.1 %.5' I
\Y. Helve-Dston. . InsMgt. St. Paul nre i
'1111 . . . Merchant stock less than. $1.00U Oct. 1 Oct. 1''! 3.00, 1.5 J COlD aay . . &. aIactne a .j i' I
k thlrteewllng . . Furnishing watt . . . 'Oct. 1 Oct. 1 50.005.o: 9 1811. .' Oct lOct.l 2.bA
hundrecachman .Merchant stock less than. $1.000O 1 Oct. 1 3.001 250B. R'. Hel\"enston. . agt.. Son Ins. C.o. . ::::::::,Oct: 1 Oct: 1 2.b0: i
1.50 .al B. \\ IDS.
' Helvl'n ton. . agt.. Tontooia Ins. Co. '
& Co . .Merchant. stock teM than. $!.OOoJ Oct. 1 Oct. I': 'Oct 1 Oct 1 r:0 !
1 6.00 3.09 252 C C. Keene . . . lf'l'CllaDt, stock lees than. : : 1:5
ess PDexter . . $1009,011. 1 Oct: 1 3 : I
: . . Operating skating rink Oct. 1 Oct. 1115.00 7 50 253 } 00
S. S. Bardin : . . : xerchant stock less than 1
Witne\Vjmam3; . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 ,Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 :254.Icey Williams . . Slee clunt. stock less than. .. $1.ooojOct.{ 1 Oct. 1 31)0 1.5'
Floes . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000'Oct. 1 'Oct. I1 3.00' $1.OQQOct. 1 Oct. I 31)1) I.S0
Oak 1.50 2x5 R. Iathts . . . Keper of restaurant for 49 0ct.
bet A. ? 'is. . . ..Merchant stock less than.. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 256 Jas. \lcOuire . . .Ierchaet. stock leas than. .persons. $ 1 Oot. 1 Oct. 1 15.1)1), 7.50
. . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 IOtld 1 Oct. 1 3 'i } 1.1'
; 1.,0 257 1. \\"iss . . . .Ie-rcbant. stock less than. Oct.
. . Merchant.stock less than. $1.000Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00'' 1.30 25S Jones ; $1,000 1 Oct. 1 3,1J0, I.SO
Chow Co . . Dog and PODI show . . . Oct.
ate . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.001 1 Oct 1 I"' (+0 6.00
: 1.50 25911. R. Brown . . Merchant, stock leas than. Oct
'son . .I(Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.001 1.50 2t03 B. Carmlckel . Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct.$1.00f); I Oct. 1 :! I"-. 1.U
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LESLIE & I,'. . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.001) 1.50 : 201 J. M. Bally. . AUf'tloneer 'Oct. 10ct' 1 t1.5)
Attorneyfug Co . 'Merchant, stock less than $1.000 Oct. lOct 1 3.00, 1 50 ,+ ;.62 Alfred Graham Merchant stock less than" "$1.000Ocl" : IIOc'1:0cll: J 3.' ""1 $I.U.0'

fth agt for Sn-I I .63 John H. . .
Dog
Sparks and pony show Oct.
IOct! 1 1e.C: $.00
:
/JrlngMach. Co. (;Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct. lOctl 3.0of 1.53i 264 11. E. Blume Merchant stock less than $1,000OCt; lOCl 1 3:00): ) 1.50 -'

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have now on our shelves and counters a Very Large Stock of Fall Goods, consisting of Clothing, Dry Goods,
i WE Hats and Notions which we are offering the people of Suwannee County for the NEXT TEN DAYS at
prices, that will certaily move the entire stock quickly. Rememeber these are all new goods diredl from theman-
ufadurers-never opened or handled until they arrived at our store. They are the very latest patterns for Fall and Winter -

and especially selected for this climate. The very goods you need right now are yours in this sale at lower prices

than you ever dreamed of. We will convince you of our value giving if you give us a chance to show you our goods.



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Ladies Jackets $;.9 -t :
Misses Jackets $1,23 to $-7 J
Ladies lane cloaks $3.4b 1' tOC$112.50 First Class Quality, Guaranteed, Safety Brand,
First Clas Briliantine, all Changeable..- -* worth $4. and 5.00 for 3.4S
worth $1.00, at 6 Beautiful line in Dress Ginghams andShambrays I Men's Work Shoes, First Class Quality, Soft
from 121.2 to 15c, at 9c. r ---= : Single Bottoms, worth $2.50 for 1.98
Beautiful line Flanneletts and Suitings, worth Men's $2.00 kind for 1.48 !a
first-class stock, black, worth $::0.00, now
Men Suits
15c going at 9c. i Ladies First Class Shoes, worth $3.50 at 2.98
Nice linPrcales'lightand dark, worth 15, at 9c Men's$12.50 Fine Plaid Suits worth$15.00, now $9.00 Ladies' Shoes worth 33.00 at 2.48 i'
Latest style Broadcloth, all colors worth $1.50 at Men's $10.00 Suits going at $7.75 Ladies'! Shoes worth $2.50 at 1.90 '
98 cents. Youths Suits, worth $10, Rome at $6 8. i Ladies' Shoes worth $2.00 at 1.39
Black Satine, First class, 50c kind, at 29c. 35 Men's Bojs' Suits Pants,Blue first-class Serge.grade.$5 00 kind$6.90 gOing now $3..18 at $2.98 I; Misses' First Class Shoes, 13 to 2, worth$.4)., 1.29 '
cent kind at 19c. Men's Pants, $5.00 kind now $2.98 !I Children's first class Shoes, worth $1.50 at 1.18
Counterpanes, best quality, all crlors, worth 2.50 Men's Pants worth $3.00, at $1.98 i;
Boys' First Class-Pants, latest styles, $1.50 kind going I
at $1.69, $2.00 kind at $1.29
inch worth 7oc, at at 79 cents I
First quality Table Linen, 54 Bay s' Pants worth 75c, going at 48 cents .I Indies' Umbrellas worth $2,00 at $1.39
39c. 35c, at 23c. _. Bojs' Pants, all prices, 25c. to $1.00 i Greatest Line Men's Dree Shirts, $1.50 at 98c.
curtains, worth $1.76 a
Big Size Window Most Beautiful Line of Ribbons at very low prices. y

Beautiful pair 9 c Line. Ladies'Skirts, $7.50 sellers, at I HATS!' HATS"!! :I Men 25c Fancy kind at Dress 19c Socks 15c kind worth at 9c.SOc, going at 39c, and .

$4.50. $5.00 kind. at$2.98Beautiful i Handkerchiefs for Men and Women
at 4c.
at Phoenix Brand worth $3 at $1-93 "
Waists, worth $3.50, Men's First Class
L.Vh.Ite Men's Jack Rabibt, worth 52, at $1.39 I Men's Neckties, 50c kind at 29c and 25c kind going at 19c
$2.29, $1.[>0 at 9c. Men's Sable B, 2.50 kind at 9c I Best Quality Thread, Cotton and Silk, all colors 4c spool
Ladles White Underskirts, best qualtyorth Ladies' First Quality Latest Style Tnmmed Hats, worth i Ladies' Side and Back Combs worth 25c, at lOc.Embroidery .
!, at $2.9S. $3. at 1.98
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$2.00, at $1.29. wide, worth 50c, at *01. Ladies'- Felt Hack Hats in Latest Style, all color, worth !I Dress Pinsery best at 4c.
especially $2.50 at 1.29. $2 kind for 9Sc I Men's Good Gloves 50c to 98cSALE .
25ckind at 19c. and 15c. kind at 9c. I

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before attempted In Middle Florida It will to come a hu
Th Greatest Sale 1 of its kind and magnitude ever ,ay you : '
this of aU sales
Bred miles to visit greatest

f Fine Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings for men and boys will\ be likened to a poremagnet :
Counters piled! highitn stacks'l around People excited, waiting. looking, talkmsr and wondering how We can cope with the crowds that
\\hichill draw crowns mW 009 00 worth of Good Honest Merchandise to be sold at less than cost. These goods are all this season's eff&
pour in. Don't miss yourself sa]e. ; ;; some Of them. Don't come ithout: your pocket book. No goods charged or sent out on approval. '
and you shold consider lucky to secure sold. Mark the-date and mark It well. Let nothing keep you away. The hour is set, the date you kr. '
agree to return all money flf 1lianufacturers':; are not as Outlet Sale.. RAILROAD FARE RETURNED for 75 miles to Purchasers of $25.00 worth of Merchar.UJUk .
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"NOT SOOX, RUT ALREADY." We have heard much of late about
DEMOCRAT. Let us turn for a moment from the failure of Mr. Flagler's Key West John B. Stetson University j

candidates and politics to timber for Extension enterprise but the follow
Published every Friday at Live Oak FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS
the devastation of the ax-man Is ing special dispatch from New Yorkto

I Florida working more ruin to this country the Ocala Banner, under date of DELAND, FLORIDA

-- Entered at the Live Oak Postoffice than any of the evils which the can- yesterday puts It In a very different AffiliatecLwith the University of Chicago I
: as second-class matter. didates declaim against or the pol- light:
ARTS. The standards are those of the
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL Ui*. I
CHAS. W. IRVIN, Editor and M'g'r. tics can possibly correct. We call "The announcement was made here versity of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from boa .
ourselves a mighty smart people and today by representatives of Henry M. Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.

Subscription One Dollar Per Year. think we lead the world and yet W3 I Flagler that the ocean-going railroad COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduates of this College are admitted to pn* I
examination. -.'
Florida without
tics law in
r.. have no better sense than to deforestthe which he is building from the Florida
COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARIL
As General Gllchrist has declared land from ocean to ocean and I mainland to Key West will be open- Mechanical.. Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual Training coupes
from the lakes to the gulf with the ed to traffic as far as Knight's Key leading to degrees. Fine new building,costly equipment.
against State prohibition, he ought to stupid Improvidence of the gluttonous 100 miles south of Miami on or about COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all Its branches. Bookkeeptag ''
be the favorite candidate for Governor by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective courses opea U
I'' animal which devours in a day January 15, next and that steamerswill and commodious building.
down Tampa way. other Departmeats. Large Faculty
than which was Intended for a be put in operation from that PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduates prepared to enter Harvu.

If Governor Broward does run for month. Collier's Weekly sounds the point to Havana. This decision to Yale. Princeton Cornell Michigan Chicago and all first-class College

the Senate next time he will alarm on this subject as follows: open the road to traffic for the greater NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.-1. Kindergarten la Its ni .
now or building. 2. Primary and Grammar School In separate buildlnj. Tien :
be kept mighty busy explaining the Not soon but already: a timber part of its course a year ahead of Schools especially prepare Public School teachers. t
reprieve of the Jacksonville negro famine is here; and worse and stead- the time set for its final completionis MUSIC SCHOOL.-A 10000.00 pipe organ a dozen pianos separate

rape fiend. ily worse, faces us as each year Mr. Flagler's reply to the reports building, large faculty thorough courses of study.
passes. Americans use more wood that the building of the road has been ART SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts models etc.
Stetson has a faculty of t 8 professors and Instructors. They hoI4 4*>
The date of the Farmers' Union per capita than any other people on given up." Harvard Yale. Dartmouth
grees from the University of Chicago. Coumbla *-
Sea Island Cotton Convention which the earth. They use more per capita, Toronto. Wake Forest Louisville Bowdoin Utrecht, BuckaeU,
had been called to meet at Lake City. each year than they used the year be- : Out in Los Angeles California one University of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. There are over
November 1st. has been changed to fore. By destruction of our forests, Lieut Alfred Allinsworth represented $300,000.00 In buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar
edowment; an endowed library of over 13.000 volumes; a beautiful chapel
November 15th. President Trawlek streams have deteriorated droughtsand to be a leader of the negroes In with costly furnishings including stained glass windows 7 oil palnUD .

has sent out official notices to that floods increased the climate that part of the country has addressed a $10,080.00 pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; aa .*.
effect. rendered more extreme the value of a letter to the people of his race closed Athletic Field running track tennis courts baseball diamond aal
the soil lessened. According to the throughout the United States on the I gridiron besides swimming golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings
for men and women; ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physic.
The man who makes one factory i best figures thus far to be had the question of considering the desirability Bacteriology Mineralogy and Biology; several large museums and shops;

grow in his community where none I present rate of cutting with the pre- of establishing a purely negro electric lights electric bells steam heat cement walks shell roads, broad

grew before, or two grow where only sent rate of growth would abolish commonwealth In some part of the avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary musical
one grew before is the kind of great our forests utterly by about the year I United States. Good luck to the lieutenant and other students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian
I teaching. The location is beautiful and healthful and the expenses
man we need in Florida now. We 1930. Cutting must be regulated. in that scheme if he can find are low. For catalogs views and information, address the President,

will all encourage his candidacy and Growth must be increased. The National enough unoccupied territory for the LINCOLN HULLEY Pb.Dn Lltt. D., L.LJ

support him unanimously.The Government and the few active purpose. There are thousands of now DeLa, Florida

States should have enthusiastic sup- discontented negroes whom never .

twenty-four-page Homeseeker's port In every effort to hurry forward be satisfied short of an experimentof

edition of the St. Petersburg Inde- this the most pressing step in the that kind, and we should be gladto

pendent was all to the good and in preservation of our resources. The see them isolated from the white Don't

both illustrations and reading mat- iron question can wait. Even the race in some part of the country ForgetThe

ter well circulated to draw the coal question can wait. The forest where they could hare a fair trial at

tourists and the homeseekers to the situation must be met. Nor should self-government with not a white,

delightful little South Florida city. |: the forward movement flag until our man permitted within their border?.

I j I I forests are sufficient to feed our The returns from Hayti, San Domingoand

President Roosevelt was fortynineyears streams and regulate our climate; Liberia offer no encouragementto

old yesterday .and we'll back otherwise we shall be foolish for ourselves the theory of negro selfgovernment -

him against any other youngster of and but unworthy ancestors to but the result might be differ-

that age on the face of the earth as I those who must meet the problems ent in this country with the exampleof first issue of The Southern Cy-
an all-round athlete in the fields of of existence when we of 1907 are but white commonwealths all around,

physics morals and intellectuals. HIs I I a memory of the past." and the corrective power of the Federal clone "will be out November 1st. It

truly the infant wonder" of this Government to help the experi
country.Mr. The Railroad Commission of Florida ment. We could certainly spare will contain eight pages of spicy read-

has been established to protectthe *tiu.,__ negroes from the South to

Brjan's quantitative theory of people against the negative, not furnish an ample population for the ing matter and you should not miss
less than the positive policies of the
proposed State.
money is getting some strong the first number.We
roads, that are hurtful to their In- .
endorsements from the logic of
terests. Here in Live Oak we are That magnificent majority of
events Just now. More money to do
the business of the country with was the long-suffering; victims of the negative about fifteen hundred for prohibitionin are going to give a cash prize of $10,00 for the

what he called for In his memorable policy which refuses us decent Jefferson county, Alabama, of
best Ghost
campaign and he thought as highlyof and adequate union depot facilities which Birmingham is the county seat Story sent us by February 15th, 1908.

and we cry aloud to the commissionfor is one of the most notable victoriesover be and
gold as silver for that purpose. Story must original, not exceeding 1,000
help. An up-to-date city with a the liquor traffic ever achievedin
I The flood of gold now reaching New
: York from Europe is a mighty factor bum depot is a violation of the this countr). Birmingham is a words.
unities that calls for a prompt great industrial center with
a cos-
; In restoring confidence in our
money
: centers. remedj. We've got both the up-to- mopolitan population, and the Send us 50 cents at once for a years subscriptionand

date city and the bum d'pot-a partnership saloons were so firmly entrenched write the story at your convenience

The Pensacola News takes the as unnatural as that of a res- there that to close them up .seemed
;i sensible pectable citizen locked arms with a a proposition so hopeless as to be
very position that the pension -
:j granted by the State to the Con- vagabond in the full glare of public absurd. But it has been done by sucha THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE

federate veteran Is not to reward ity. superb rally of good men and women ,

him for his devotion and loyalty; is State pension applicants under the I determined to throttle a giant
I evil &.11a't the whole country will pause Drawer 30 Live Oak Fla.
not pay for services rendered but Its new law who are impatient for returns
sole object Is to help those who really and wonder and admire There is along
will get some valuable Information I ---- ,
I need it; to contribute that much tenable ., I from the following from and strenuous struggle ahead to I has been abandoned now. and the help us The Railroad Commissionhas
; enforce the law and minimize the
them
to buy the things they the
4 Gainesville Sun: in
been established relief
statement of the to
I tnft general superintendent -I give
blind tiger evil if the
must have to live on. This being "A number of persons Alachua same spirt I
I that ha won this victory shall of the road that the present such cases, and the wetting tomor-
survive -
i true, the veteran who doesn't need county who made application for {tensions committee
row
I night should appoint a
: the pension has no logical place oit under the law enacted by the I the same resolute purpose to depot is good enough for Live Oak of
representative citizens, earnest
the pension roll, and if heere not last Legislature are growing restless destroy an enemy of the common puts it right up to our people to take determined familiar with all th*
it there the State would be enabled to because they have not received war- good even the stealthy forma of the I prompt and decided action and go before men
facts and send them Tallahasseeto
traffic will be so nearly put out of the Railroad to
i increase toe pittance it gives to those rants for the past quarter They Commission asking .
:: who need it. should bear in mind. however that business that the results will fully the relief to which we are entitled lay our case before the commission.As

the State Board of Pensions have compensate the effort Evidently a I As we understand it. the Atlantic for the purpose of the Seaboardto
Trammel i great moral tidal ware on this issue Coast Line management has been Invade Conner street with a side
P/ark has successfully some ten thousand applications to ,
resisted the blandishments of the pals upon and it is no small job. If ,I lof the liquor traffic is sweeping over ready all along to do its part in the track and seriously impair its facilities -
( the land and while it plays havoc matter and has been held back as an important business
Tallahassee Sun which paper recent- your claim is allowed you will receive by
with many established Interests of the failure of the Seaboard street we don't doubt that the City
ly discovered in him the most available pay from date of filing your applica- I people tocooperate.
long standing take comfort i Council which has full authority in
we can .
i
The narrow, illiberal
candidate in sight Governor, tion, but you should not mistake the
in the fact that those same established i the premises, be safety relied onto
policy of the latter is can
and now formally announces that he receipt of a card from the secretaryof company incomprehensible. -
interests have been playing an Live Oak the I see that the rights of our city and
Is United as
out for States Senator to the board stating jour claim has ,
I even greater havoc with social order leading interior city of the Stat>. Her citizens are protectedLet .
succeed Mr. Mallory. He will an- been filed for the statement that It I
nounce his platform later on.Ir.. has been approved. You will be notified for an equal length of time and the growing all the while and constantly I us have a genuine mass meet
: | vital interests of the country have increasing the patronage it ing of the Live Oak tomorrow
Trammel is personally unassailable as to final action on jour claim gives t* : people of
arhis public career thus far has at some future time. and until then compelled their abatement It Is the roads is one of the most Impor- I night at the courthouse and

-1..tV ,Creditable. He will make a I you need not expect a warrant.. nonsense to talk about fanaticism in tant points on the Seaboard line In take vigorous and decided action In
such a case It Is the irrepressible instinct Florida and wise I this local 1m
t? (Jte, but we withhold our preP management would I matter of paramount
41 I Ito whether It will be a wlng'fttll I And now the proposition is to re- of self preservatio certainly dictate that the road should I portance.

.' after the returns from open the Jamestown Exposition in cultivate friendly relations with sucha

105 J. 1{.?1 are In next )"ear. the spring of 1908, and the board of I.tLLYT Till ('() : '* KTOMORROW community, at least to the extent Fish Lat Mftht.
106 J. M.107jSandy. \ directors is considering the advisi- MC.IIT. of doing simple justice in the matterof Fry

e the stalwart aid of oility of such a plan. The exposition A meeting of the Live Oak Boardof I furnishing a decent depot. We A fish fry at Cam Slough; was ea-

108 H. D. es In our effort to feed didn't have a fair opportunity this Trade and our citizens generally have made every appeal possible and Joyed by a jolly party last night Mr

1091i.! nd evolute the Florida vear It was not possible to complete has been called by President Hill- I hue patiently waited for our dues I, and Mrs. B. P. Coaebman Mr and

i motJ. og Into an improved type it until the season was more than half man for the courthouse tomorrow in this matter but in vain. I Mrs J. S. Roof )lr. and Mrs,

." } < better taste better gone, and the result has been disappointment 1 night and the letter of Hon Chas. HI I The union depot here is a disgrace ; R. E. McNeill Mr and Mr,
+
oneil I
d bring more money in to many visitors and an i I Brown president of the City Council, to the roads and a discredit to Live S. A. HInely, Mr and Mrs Jack

Tonlket. The Times says: army of knockers in all parts of the published jesterday's Democrat Oak It is inadequate in every way. I Taylor. Mrs C. A Harden Miss

thirte to second the Live Oak country It is really one of the very ] shows the main purpose for which and so foul dirty, scrubby and disgusting I Wlgfield Miss Blake H R. I-'bnson

hund its war on the razor- best of all the big expositions held in the meeting is to be held Mr Brown : that it hurts our city in the I and O. Williams compo p1 I I
less ie only good quality of this country and its merits have been well says that in the matter of a new esteem of every passenger on the party and from the report the> gave
Wit hat It has the capacity obscured bv its misfortunes. It is''I union depot here forbearance has roads gives us a bad name all over 'I, this morning the occasion must have

Oak j&nced by having the fet now complete in all its departments :: ceased: to be a virtue The Seaboard the country and denies us the facilities been the finest time any fl-1 fry

ber A. roily bred to somethingproperly and if the management will secure ''.! Air Line management may not have to which we are clearly entitled :I ever afforded There was ; :' nty of

a fed.; If that some new and notable features to add intended to deceive our people in this in common decency, and Justice. By i I good things to eat and the t1h.11r.> "

[meat Is neither so to it next year it will probab'v''I atralr. but as a matter of fact aeI virtue of our importance among the i trout and bream were t

p as that of any draw a very heavy patronage and 'I nave been deceived and misled and cities of Florida and the heavy trade ready for the fry when tl..v arrived.

LESLIE Ine. The sole come succeed in paying out. No other induced to think for more a year we furnish to the railroads we should Some of the gentlemen of partfhave

Alto razor back tot great show is booked for 190S. why past that the plans were In preparation i have a handsome up-to-date union not fully recovered .'. v-8 effects -

Is here and that It I j not rally around the drooping Jamestown for a new depot and that Its con depot and as the roads have failed, of their efforts to t* > :'.'-c to

vehicle for the Intro- giant and give it the help It struction was only a matter of a short until patience is exhausted to furnish the supper as they were n.t ;ten OB

,fling: better." deserves I I time. But all pretence of that kind I ir we must appeal to the law to .the streets up to a late hcur today



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>.;'LOCAL. NEWS isor GUNS isor !::! I Hu on. The school is also Christian, '
-- ing under the care of the
BUY YOUR
if
Baptist church. An effort is
'. Daily.t .
i ifFrfda,_ icy, Lowe, aged 74 years, Having brought back over School Books I I. says President Jones, to train i
: Yri home In the Pine Grovemoment $2,000 worth of Guns with me, I heart in sound religious
..i'i.ied at her'' and will be"today offer same at prices that defy AND i as well as the mind in other

e: 1 at the family burying competition.Single barreled Rem- School Supplies The institution, though
fu Creek in Hamilton I seven years old. Is poor in
at Swift ingtons new $6 double barreled OF
sal ;
Lowe was the widow of TIIFt equipment and buildings. It
rcealltf.Lowe, and leaves five chlldnomJS hammerless guns new, $15. JFll\tJn )36i(; : 01tll'jI help, and the work It is doing {
)*= whom reside in this coun- $1,000 worth of second-hand guns i peals, not only to those of the
of
y1"'an)IrS. Lowe was a devout mem- all prices. Repeating rifles and I ycwjutmj.cc '/ race who may be able to help it,

..*:Jr of the Methodist church. pistols at cost. I COOK, iv-. I to the white citizens of this
for not only moral
t.. SatufdA1'. Daily.V SEE THE ELEPHANT GUN Live Oak, ; : : : i 1frp ->>:...., I and support, but financial help, i

1"=' today from it may be made more effective in
.A. McCook Is here : : ;:; I I II :: in :i : : g

'f f ptstrlct l'o. %. Wolfe on Corner I efforts us by to training better the them negro for race useful,

of Rossburg, is in town We learn that T. F. Ward livinga right lives and to be good
J. Bass I
i. short distance from town, buried
hereafter. j
'*Sl M ***,. \\. II. Cameron, of Lancaster, was his little iwo--ear-old son Monday.Rev. I :

L in the city yesterday on business. J. T. Butler held the funeral
Lamb is here today from ihelletky Communication from Tampa.
8.1.
services. The Democrat extends
Sink neighborhood. 1! sympathy 10 the sorrowing parents.The Tampa, Fla., Oct. 28, 1901.Throughout
FOR SALE-Two 16-foot rowboatsand the entire State
[ S. J. Brown is among the out-of- two buggies. Both in good con- negro, James Allen, who cut faction is expressed at the fact
: ton Tiriton here today.i dition. Apply to J. J. Kinsman's Mr. Jenkins Saturday night was ar- the Florida State Fair is to be
blacksmith shop. dl-wl raigned yesterday afternoon before in Tampa from February 5th to % 3
:'S. She, Hagen, of Pine Grove, is its Judge Conner and his preliminary -when the tourist season is at t

loa\ today, trading. FOR SALE-Spirit barrels of best hearing set for tomorrow. In the fullest height-Instead of in

I white oak, standard syrup barrels of meantime he was placed under a fivei ber. Thousands of tourists will
;. J. M. Helton, of i'iger Lake, is best cypress, only a limited supply of i hundred dollar bond which thus far attend the fair. making the

;eve today on business. the syrup barrels. All orders filled he has been unable to give and is in of visitors from other States five

promptly. Operators Cooperage Co., jail awaiting his hearing.We ten times larger than that of
jjit Eliza Furgerson, of Houston, Live Oak, Fla. d2wlA fairs. .
,'itstt city today, shopping.D. State Fairs held in Tampa for
learn
that last Monday was J
team ran away this morning in the first time for some weeks that years past have proved to be
)(. Warner is here today from the west end of the city and threw our mayor's court had nothing at all successes in every particular,
"the Rock1 Sink community. the occupant Henry Delegal, out of to do on Monday morning. heretofore -i especially in attracting
the wagon and sprained his back. I Saturday night and Sunday to various sections of the State.
I I
1.W.Espey and wife, of Rossburg While the injury is not serious It is : have found one or more of the unruly of February will be on an
are in the city today, shopping.Jessie very painful. Mr. Delegal was at- I element bent on mischief, and larger and grander pcale, f
tended by Drs. White and Creek- consequently would get tangled up The attendance of homeseekers
Hurst, of Padlock, was
will
investors be
more. with our police force, and have to prospective
,tea on our streets this morning.J. larger. A larger number of
answer before the mayor. We are The'J
ties and individuals will be
glad to note that then diligence of our
of Rocky Sink, is a Stetson University is crowded thisyear.
E. Mercer, officers is to have such ed in the various departments of
beginning
The $10t>,OJd is a
library being
laciness! visitor in the city today. wholesome effect on the tough char- hibition, and the horse races
built. The Normal school is twice as
other amusements will be of a
acters among us, and which elementwe
1. T. Hurst and wife, of Rossburg, big as it ever was. The College of is less class. The directors of the fair
in
hope too growing num- :I
Liberal Arts is doubled.
nearly The
,ere here this morning, shopping. bers as well. I positively allow no attraction
Academy is bigger. The school of
cheap character on the grounds.
of Mercer Station, is music is four times as big as it was
W.D. Mercer, General satisfaction has been
I taslness visitor in the city today. four years ago. Florida Institute. I pressed at the fact that the

In response to an invitation, the will not allow the sale of
I J. Forney-Duval, of Rixford, is FOR SALE-A six-month-old full editor of the Democrat yesterday liquors on or near the fair
. among the business visitors in the blooded Jersey male well grown for morning visited the Florida Institutein I all directors being unanimously
dtj today. age. Price, $5.00. Apply to Democrat this city, an institution for tha posed to such sales. The
office, or address Box 205, Live education of the colored youth, and City Council which has the

L 8. Albritton, a substantial Su- Oak, Fla. made an address before the faculty right to prevent saloons being

nscee county citizen, is on our and student body, and in a measure anywhere near the grounds,
meta today. From AVetlm'MlJjN Daily. looked into the character and extentof emphatically with the directors

W. II. Ogden and son, of Wellborn, the work being done. We were this subject. No ill results have
Daniel! L. Norton and two daugh- are business visitors in the city today.T. very much gratified to find that the reported from the sale of

ttn, of Pine Grove, are here today, school is one of superior order and on the grounds in former years,
Aopplng.1M. I. McIntosh, of Luraville, cr.me real merit. The discipline seems to the directors, out of deference to
up this morning to look after business be thorough and the deportment and views of thousands of

Brown, a prosperous farmer matters in the city today. general bearing of the students Indicates men, women and children will,

< the aocky Sink neighborhod, 's that the teachers and ,' no circumstances, countenance
lets today, trading. Capt. C. S. L Fever, of Luratilte, managers in charge of the training sate.
is among the business visitors in the have been successful in imparting a Enthused! over the prospects
H. B. Brown, a substantial Su- city today. cultivation that is highly commend good to Florida, the railroad
tullee county citizen, called at the able. Perfect order was noticeable : decided to grant low rates from
I
Democrat .office this morning and Sheriff Utekersou went down to throughout the morning exercises and sections on account of the fair.
wed up his subscription date one Branford this morning, sttnusoaing prompt responses on the part of all will do this in spite of the fact
far. jurors for the fall term of Circuit the students. The grounds and the granting of such rates will /
court. I buildings were clean and neat and I their tourist business. Many
Ref. Curtis Grubb rector of the I the students were all neat in their I minent men are expected to

opal church in this city, re- The negro, Will Xorris, who got { dress and appearance. la fact from the fair including William '
t IIru4 Thursday night, accompanied into trouble at Luravilte last vreeK. I what we could learn neatness and 'Bryan Governor Hoke Smith
!wife from Richmond, Va where I was arraigned yesterday afternoon i I cleanliness everywhere is emphasised Ie,'01.,:01. Governor Joseph Folk
1.bd been to attend the great con- and his preliminary hearing set for !lat all times by the teachers. One of Missouri, and otbers.o \'ery
-UOQ of the Episcopal church ')f I November 2nd. In default of bond 'the principal efforts being made by in Florida should be represented.Mr. .
b&erIca. Mr. Grubb had a delight-' Le is in jail. I the teachers is to thoroughly impress I

r.t and instructive trip, heard the upon the mind of every studentthe Morgan Interviewed.Hon. :
mop> of their forming
of London and other great I Importance
build-
Les Brick work on the Parshtey John L. Morgan, of
of Us church, went down to the habits of industry and ever keeping '
lace II Virginia where the church ing is being pushed along at a pretty i'tn mind to do what they do well. In Springs, a member of the
tat founded on this continent, and good pace. A few days more will :' this connection they have an Industrial i I Commission, was in the city for
attetard3 to Washington. lie re- make a marked difference in the appearance i department where. to some ex- while this morning and was seen

*J looking in fine health and evi- of that part of town on account itent. a technical training is carried a representative of the Democrat.

t1y lettered of these structures __ _
]? by his trip, as he .---- .-- ---- -u-- ----
kiap i home
nearly twenty pounds tl + U 1 Ml > "* * ** ***' HI II ***
e scab than +M++*+44+H>.+ -
: he left here with. We
lick Ud to have the good rector ; : ::1
*tta
''uiM Ua again, looking so well. Having Formed Ourselves a Co-partnership t

1 DaUr.
't-a.;dung, of Nixon, was in town + \

.y. I:J: We take this method of thanking our

$
'Perkiv
her, ISnday.II. .,of Paxton was a visitor friends and former customers for past

t
l4riTIlle T, Dentine and wife of favors and solicit a continuance of the

came in this morning
h15
Juksoaville.nrr I same for the new firm. We will carryat


:\ h5day's Col Ud Dair.ere son, of. Pine Mount, all times a full Line of DRY GOODS


'.hopping- today. AND GROCERIES. : : : : :

Ir-'9Il.. Byrd, of
Rixford wasJ
y._shopping. '
I : I II.

::.ii'.. 8&ddott erday., of shopping.Rilfrd, was inV BAISDEN& WHITE

:<-
: '
> -4E !Ua. of Suwanee Station,
';:" ,, day On business. FLORIDA

;who has been In I. LIVE OAK, II.I

.,_CUr, came up Sunday

...to and returned yes- n i I > MI n I
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8 THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT, fllW 'XOVE3IEEK; 1, 190:'. (

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!I E. J. BLUMC, 1st Vice-president. J. B. BARTON, President. H. M. WOOD. Chairman finance Com. .
I ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier.
D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President.


I Capital and Stockholders Liability, $100,000.00.




I THE CITIZENS' BANK OF LIVE OAK, ,



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(JALVESTO.V, TEXAS, IX THE CUI1' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1907. L..S. U m'rlJD, Proprietor. PHONE 159. FREE DEIJyygt
OF 72- IIU; WIXU

SUITS. UM>EU\VCAK. >EAV: BROWN &KIKTS. l."LTIt.SHOES..
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Special "one-of-a-kind" models In Now is the time for heavy underTbe express man has just --

ONE WOMAN WAS KIllfD tailor-made suits, $12.50 to $25.00. wear. We have a specially good line brought us a new shipment ol Everywhere "Ultra" shoes are
They are made of finest broadfor ladies and children. noted for their smart style. But
clothes, worsteds cheviots and fancy Chiffon Panama Skirts, in all
Xew shipment of infants' wool that is not all. The new "Ultra"
mixtures, lined with satin. vests, 40 to 75 cents each. Just shades of brown, from the "Star" styles are the best

And a Good Many Others \ere Seriously The tailoring and trimmings are what the ladies have been wanting, Skirt Co. money's.or
Injured I of the very finest, as found only in for the little ones. Too much cannot be said of the I of shoes we have ever seen it

the highest priced suits. "Star" skirt. Quality and style their prises.'e only ask JOB

I'I H Don't fail to visit our suit depart1Y5' CLOTH(:. cannot be equaled at any where to see them. For to see them b

Galveston, Oct. 30.northwest a ment if you are the least bit Interest- near the prices. Having 400 styles to want a pair. Many smart, new
ed. Perfect alterations free.'e haven't the room to carry a
I H to select from able
storm of short duration with hea'yrain .. we are to car- styles now on sale.
Sample line of silk jumper suits, complete line of bo -s' clothing, so
passed over this city early to- ry a large stock and only buy one
day. The wind attained a velocity of i h h no two alike, $9.9S to $12.98. will close out our stock at factory skirt of a kind. Alterations free. Quality style and comfort are
cost. Salts. $l.50 to $3.50. Not all found in the 'Ultra" shoe.
72 miles an hour for two mlnut s.
About twenty frame houses were II : every site of a kind but all sizes in Popular prices, $2: 50 to $4.00.
the lot. Extra pants 25e to 75e..Miiu'nnisii .
blown down, one woman being killelin H =
f :
structure It is estimated .
a falling
i : : : I\IMMIOOF ('O\T:' I
that twenty persons were injuredin
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the western part of the city, where We have the newest rubberisedrainproof -
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the wind was severe Several bU3i- i U coats, in black, blue and i ii s,
nss houses were unroofed and the tM, at f .50.

stocks of goods were slightly damaged Ie -

by water. The Mallory line wharf KEMVYYIS.We .
I
shed was damaged to the extent ot

//several thousand dollars. A few car : ft { still have a large assortment I .

in the railroad yards were blowu
: ii '- mill ends of ginghamschamUrymad I
from the track. The gulf remained A
normal. There was no interruptionto ras, percal and table linen. Prices

traffic. j r f are less than wholesale at the pre- : I Ii

ent market.'r _
WANTS IT IX POLITICS. i !

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tion Speech In Jacksonville.TimesUnion lUG CASE AUGl'ED. i The house occupied by Prof Wallace -

j 1 ( 30th.) wa sowned by Miss A. E. Bevans, /Selling Out At Cost

Congressman Frank Clark was the In \\hith ()OOOO Acres of Honda I and was insured for $900, and Prof.

speaker of honor at the prohibition land Are Intohotl. Wallace had $300 insurance on hU

meeting &t the foot of Main street last (Pensacola Journal 29th.) I furniture. The house occupied by

night. President Erwin of the prohibition An important case, which involvesthe I Mr. McLeod was owned by C. J. Mc- Every Tuesday and Tnursdayl of'eaCh

league called the people assembled possession of 200.000 acres o: Gehee, and was insured for $1,000,

to order at 8 o'clock, sharp, i land, was argued on demurrer before but Mr McLeod had no insurance on week all my entire stock of Dry Goods

and referred to the honor Mr. Clark I Judge Sheppard in the United States his household goods. and Shoes

did Jacksonville in being present, and court jeeterday. The title of the The fire company had a long and

i then introduced the Hon. A. II. King, I suit is H G. Peters vs. Xeill G. Wad hard run to make and, we learn, did FOR CASH

who In turn introduced the distinct m Southern Timber and Naval i ii well, and made a hard fight after

uished speaker of the evening i Stores Co. and the trustees of the reaching the fire, thereby preventing Bcgining November 5th for eight weeks.

Congressman Clark was at his stand Internal Improvement fund, and the I II further spread of the flames and a F. M. Green Fla.
f : : : Branford
L1 be held his audience in rapt attention I suit seeks! to restrain the parties very much worse conflagration.The ,

1 from start to finish. He was i from disposing of large tracts of land Democrat joins the friends of

both argumentative and witty, and i; which the plaintiff alleges is his by these unfortunate families in extending Notice \l'l.lic.tion for Tax Deed ,.... "
made the strongest plea for the prohibition purchase. sympathy in the sodden loss of

of the liquor traffic ever J I The suit was recently brought, their homes, and expressing thanksto liwltr Section H of : YOU 1i

made in this city. lie his rea- W. S. Jennings, the fire boys for their heroic and '
gave : and yesterday repre- ; ISSH, I.",s s of }
m sons for the stand he was taking renting the Internal Improvement timely work. i i I THE
I Xotice is hereby given
citing many that impelled him to the board. submitted a demurrer to the I"

1 course. The speaker, among other I granting of the injunction, which was enOl'Sn,: THE lV. )JcL(rao, purchaser of Tax SANITOL

things, said that he voted for prohibition i: argued at length Maxwell & Reeves cate Xo. 7, dated the 5th day :\ AND: OfflR IN Tilt
in his county in Georgia { appearing for the plaintiff. I
I .
rOH'I.t'lI of Our :staple (Crop Urines \ D. 1&05, has filed said -
i twent>-five years ago; that he did the I! In the bill of complaint, the plaintiff \ y i IONI: JOURNAL
in my office, and has made
I same thing in this state twenty years sets forth that for building certain : the (sold from Kuropt-. .';'5 MO.U COMPANION:
ago and that he proposed to battle railroads in the State the Atlaa- :s I tion for tax deed to issue in '
Xew York, Oct 29 -The eaomous with law. "\ CNEMNO: I POST
against the saloon wherever be tk, Gulf and Sewanee Railroad Co. ance Said et rtU
influence which Americas ?' S DCLINEATOR ic.
products
found one as long as he might live. I was granted large tracts of land by II | braces the following I ,

I He pleaded with the boys who were I the legislature about :vO. tO acres : are exerting in building up a petty situated in Suwannee

about to cast their first vote to castit of which was later acquired from the credit balance abroad has been the Florida, to-wit: Lot 52 >$ % PRODUCTS $$1.6)

against the open saloon; he cited I railroad by purchase by the plaintiff. most signal development of the financial northeast corner Block 19. ll

that the respectable man who could He now desires to restrain the tru situation today. Reports from The said land being & : I

take a drink or let it alone was the II tees from disposing of this land to all quarters show that the great American the date of the issuance of in one of the coupons from
most dangerous man in a community. other parties ; 'staples--wheat. cotton, cop- I I Journals with our name UI
their } per, tobacco, oil, meats--are on their ficate in the name of I mail it to the SAMTOt
and warned the young against I Judge Sheppard took the case under Dollar.
Unless TORY, with One
example; such men. he said were advisement.A way to Europe, this being the season said certificate shall will send you an order on

S usually called "judge" or "colonel"and I of the year when American productsare I deemed aecording to law, the ten pnxiuc'-. (Retail

as such were looked up to, not Itari I'.uni. marketed abroad. The immediate will issue thereon OB the ISth 270.)

the rummy or common drunkard. effect of these shipments is to give November, A. D. U91. :
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This morning about eight o'clock : the United States credit abroad Witness my oAcial
t In IV>litic.. the residences of Prof. J. H. Wallace requir'f
I which can be speedily converted into seal this the 15th day of
Continuing, the speaker said ht9 I i, and Joe McLeod. on the north end ofHouston : cash. I A. D. 1t e7. I JJI SuwanueeI
I street totally destroyed j
into politics were
' favored putting prohibition' These natural resources of the Sean :
(
fire. Fire started, we learn, J. w. :
ed
extent especially in
to a certain country promise to exert even greater -
municipalities and counties, when it from a defective flue is Prof. Wal '. influence than the sale of American Clerk Circuit Court, Snwannee I Company !i
before the alarm ty. Florida. '
I came to making up the slate for the lace's house and securities abroad The latter i
could be sounded and the fire company !' I
of the pNnslleh have to
great conservators : some extent suffered discredit
I .., :":::s
the the flames bad '
reach place
sheriffs ant : :
as mayors. police judges under recent pressure, but the intrinsic In Circuit Court, State of } :
made such headway as that it was
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so on. : value of American staplesused Third Judicial Cinuit, ----- :
Clark's arraignmentof impossible to save scarcely anything abroad County, In Chancery.
Congressman and their colossal aggregate -
drastic, but it was at all from the building, and also bad i I this Mattie Harden, (" .. : to t h.. r.olI1PI&Jt.:
the saloons was at period of the year u ," Ol'
Mr McLeed's house which II. Harden. Ikfemlant. : cau "r.- ,ore
caught in ':
kindly manner without Ii beyond the reach of baBCIa..t.Hut J).
A
made in a It appearing by affidavit : 2nd dao:' !' .. :1 'J" '
and in
lot
,
abuse irony or invective lie contended stood on the adjoining to the bill filed in the : e the ;. '. i' ,"r Of sad:
that prohibition prohibited : spite of all that could be done, it too I MLE. cause that \\", H. Harden, the ; be taken a, .,;, ,,' ;1 liy

thing necessary for this ,, was soon reduced to ashes Quite allot ( ant therein named is a ,
only
that the
law on the I of the furniture and other household J 10 acres of the best grade of land of the State of Florida I further ord -. ; ,at
evil, with a prohibitory in the Two resident of the United j week t
: effects were removed from this county. head of hones published on 1
statute books was the officers Imbued ,I I 15 more particularly unknown j the S -
head
, r building however, before it burned' of cattle: la head of hogs )-
":' '- with the right spirit and purpose in there is no person in the Democrat a I.' A ..';'"'r pU
; of his position he cited the down. The Are company had hard Juork J iI one baggy" one wagon 17"basnets : Florida the service of a ,[ said Counts ' support been dry (i I to me the wit building south < of com. Reason for selling on whom would bind said I 2nd, 1" ,7 .
. fact that Polk counthad t j! adjoining lot. OB account of a 1 I will go into other business beside and that said defendant is \ J.tt ; RT30Oerrt >.
that on an
for the past twenty years, and ace of twenty-one years; it fe C.',' court.
I blowingat farming Apply to J. S. Stafford,
it could not be voted wet with a contrary wind that was I fore ordered that said 'i r Ht)
1 1 the time i Luraville Fla noel :: iM'nd-ir* be and he is hereby for Co;..j. a''
galling gun.






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THE SUU-ANXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAV. XOVKMKEII i, 1007. T
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z SPECIAL ATTRACTION.




directed to our large and well selected stock of Men's, Youths' and Boy's Clothing.


! Men's Overcoats and Raincoats. Ladies' Raincoats.. Misses and Children's Clhaks.


Also to our large stock of dress trimmings.


I CommeScing on next Monday, November 4th, and continuing for Thirty Days, wegl


make special prices on all. goods as mentioned abova. If you need anything In thisfine


come and see us. Now IS your opportunity to get supplied for the winter.IfVVe .


also have a full supply of underwear of of all kinds, which is being offered at ATTRACTIVE -


prices. Same as past two years, you will find it to your advantage to exam-


4ig1e( thiS stock before you bay. We have just received one car load, 150 bbls., Kaufman's


=Ideal high grade Patent Flour, which we considet the best goods we have ever offered.


There is none better on the market, and few equals is eAer brought to this market.. The


\=strongest guarantee goes with it.


;1;i Highest market prices paid for Cotton Chickens, Eggs and Turkeys.




W. flcLERAN Wellborn Fla.
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FOR WHAT % WHOI FOR WHAT
TO WHOM. ISSXED. V TO ISSXED.
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l_; From I To I F 00:: 2 Jr From I To En cS = 8
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; jHTf.: L Everett . . .}Merchant stock less than. $l,0001Oct.; Oct. 11| 3.001| 1.50 3311L1.. Ilelton . . -\ shingle machine, 25,000 capacity.Oot; ; 5.00 5.00
\
.JMJ.H. Braswell . . Ins. agt.. State Mutual Life Ins. Co. ,Oct. lOct., lj| I 2.50 I I 1901 ? 1907''
Hl'iJL' T. Jones . . . Merchant stock less than. l,000Oct., 1 ,lOct. 1! 3.001| 1.50 335E.: II. Williams . .1..Merchant. stock less than. $l.OO'JiJufle 1:0et.: 11 1.501 .75
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,JOsn! Chancy . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct., lOct. 11| 3.001 1.50 336IJim, Dixon . . . Keeper I of restaur; ht. with 10 seats. June 1 Oct. 11 %..501..%;;
m'Seary Abrams . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct. lOct. II 1.50: 3371Edwards Realty Co . .jlns. agt.. London & Lancaster Ins. CoIay; l,Oct. II 1.25
&Hot SprUgs Novelty Co. .1 Merchant stock less than. 10000ct.: Oct. 1;, 3.00.. 1.50 338 Edwards Realty Co . .IIns. at., .\. H. Fire Jns. Co . :.May l.Oct. 1 1.45339Edwards

fjlljuinr Johnson . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000Oet. IAJCI.; 11| 3.001 1.50 ;, Realty Co . .llns. a"t.. Sun Ins. Co . . . Iay IOct.l, 1.25
JJJ1; A. Roberts . . '.Ins. agt. State Mutual Ins. Co. . Oct. 1,0ct.ll| 5.00 340," L Simmons . . ,.Merchant. stock less tban.$1.000Jul) IOct.l: !' 1.501 .75
fSW.}: E. Gugsby . . Jns. agt. State Mutual Ins. Co. . ,Oct. Oct.! 1M| \ 5.00 3H Isaac Doho . . . .Merchant stock less tban. $1.00U July lOct.; Ii 1.501 .75
CllOonaelson\ lla Blossoms .Theatrical show . (1 day only) ;Feb. 21", .J25.00: 12.50 I I I 1906 1907312Jane
!i.'Kuh i Couch . . \Merchant stock less than. 1000Feb.' ;,Oct. 1 \ 3.001) 1.50 : Thomas . . :lerchant, stock lees than. $1.000 Oot. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 I 1.50
r.HeJeltlah Brown.Merchant: stock less than. l,000)June) 1 Oct. 11 3.001 i 1.50 !! I I 1901 ; .1907313ltoberson
BIN.; A. Gaylord . . ..Merchant stock less than. l,000'Feb.'! 1,Oct. 1| 3.00 1.50 :; & Anderson . ,erehant, stock lees than.$1.000Aug. 'Oct. 1 1.50 .75
fllSmltk Greater Shows Shows . . . . . . '!Feb. 1 ,Oct. 1150.0025.00;, 3H W. L Daughtry . . iKeeper of Lh'ery. Sale and Feed I
:i1Smltl1, Greater Shows .Operating one merry go round Feb. lOct.; 125.00, 12.CO i I stable horses . . . iJan. loct., 1 5.00 2.50
Sit,8m1t11, Greater Shows .One palmist . . . . ,Feb. 1.Oct. 1.25.00 12.50 315Mose, & Graham . . :.Merchant. stock less than. $1,000jJuly l,Oet. 1 1.50 .75
Ml Smith Greater Shows . 'One striking machine . . . [Feb. Oct. 5.00 2.50 I I 1906 : 1907
Jill. H, Mitchell . . '.Merchant stock less than. l,000'Jan.': 1 Oct. 11'. 3.00 1.50 346,0. O. IcCollum . . ;Lawyer . .'. . . . . ..'Oct.' Oct., 1 10.00 5.00
G, .Harvard . . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000iFeb. l ;Oct. l1 3.00I.St\ 347111. E. Carter . . Lawyer! . . . . . ..;Oct. 1Oct.: ij10.00 S.OO
113:11 BlLooii: : Hobbs . . !Merchant. stock less than. $1.001J1Feb., 1;,Oct. Ij 3.00\ 1.50 348:1.: J. .Lawyer . . . . . ..;Oct. IOct.; 110.00; 5.0'J
. 1. 1 I I 1906 i i1907] 349J.:; F. uarrell. . . '.'Law'er . . . . . ..,Oct. LOct.: 110.00; 5.09

1J5:V. E. Bevan . . .Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct. l.Oct.. 1: 3.00 I 1.50 ; I 11907 19011350C.
lilt A. Hodge . . .1.}Merchant stock less than. $1.000.Oct. Oct., 11! 3.00 1.59 \\'illiams . . 'photographer, permanently ieoatesi.June, 3,Oct. 11 2.5(1, 1.25
1 1 1907 I I 351 White Barber Shop . .jBarbers with 3 chairs. . . !June 3 Oct. 11| 1.501 .75
Wlharlle J Warrick . \Keeper of restaurant. 20 seats Feb.: 1 1907\\ 5.00J 2.50 352'McQue'' & Griffin . I iBarbers with 2 chairs . . (June 3Oct.,, 11| 1.251| .63
Ml., W. Wright . . Merchant stock less than. .Jl.OOO'Feb.( '! l ,Oct. lt? 3.001! 1.5u 353 E. A. Johnson . . |.larbrs, with 3 chairs. . . 'June 3Oct.;, 11 l.SOj, .75
S1B.! J. Harrell . . Keeper of Livery Sale and Feed!! 1906 1907 | 354,J. W. O. Pompey . Barbers with 2 chairs . . June 3;Oct .63
stable less than 4 horses . Oct. l,Oct. 1| 5.00 I 2.50 355'J.\' W. Woods . . ,Barbers with 3 chairs. . . June 3 Oct. 111.5\( \ .75:
;i 1: 1907 |119071| I IDU. 356IMorant & Zandus Barbers, with 2 chairs . . Uune. 3Oct., Ij! 1.25 .63
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.V. N. Peacock . Operating. one turpentine still . Oct. 1 Oct. 1125.00125.00: ? 357 Geo. Wolfe . . . Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits June 3 Oct. 11| 1.50 .n
ai'P.: D. Clardy . . !.merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Feb. 1:Oct. 11 3.00i| 1.J> 358 J. B. Evans . . Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits'June 3'Oc-t.l1] 1.50 .75
SUJ., W. floyd . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000Mar. lOct., 11; 3.00J? 1.50 359'| lays Bros Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits June 3 Oct. li; 1.50 .75:
81 GUI Cambridge .'. . Merchant stockless than. $1,000 Mar. Oct.: I! 3.001| 1.50 360 It. I.. White Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits June 3 Oct. U: 1.501: .7;
W'fcrUn t Hicks . . :Traveling gypsies . . . 'Mar. 1 Oct. 1:25.00!12.50 361J. \\'. Cobia . . Green grocers & deals In fresh frUl's June 3 Oct. 1'' 1.501 .75
l8$. M. Cooper . . [Merchant, stock less: than. $1.000 Mar 1 Oct. II 3.001 1.50 362,Lhe Oak Bank . . Bankers stock less than.$100.000June 3 Oct. 1t12.50I: 6.25:
. . . . . .
IKJiclson, B. Hawkins ''Merchant, stock less than. $1.00'J Apr. 1 Oct. 1 ;, 1.501| .n 363 R. X. Wade Barber, with 3 chairs June 3 Oct. 11| 1.50)) .75 F
BUoha Hanghton . . i(Merchant, stock less than. $1.000Ir.. 1 Oct. 1, 1.50; .75 364'First Nat. B. of Live Oak. Bankers, stock less than. $100.00'XColI. prohibited by law) i
U. W Ules . . . .Merchant, stock less than.$1.00U'\pr. 1 :Oct. 1I 1.501| .75 365 T. U. Davis & Co :Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits June 3 Oct. 1 : 1.50 .75'
bi,W. R. Moore . . :.( (Merchant stock less than. $1.000'Apr. 1 ,Oct. 1.50 .7:; 366'1). L. Palmer . . Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits June 3,Oct. 11\ l.&O .75 G
.C.Dennie. . . ]Merchant stock less than.$1QO. 1 Oct 11[ 1.50, .75 367 J. M. Strickland Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits June 3 Oct. lt, 1."" .75
n"M.; W. Right . . !.I(Merchant t stock less than. $1.000 Apr. 1'Oct.' IJ! 1.50J! .75 36$ P. S. Mclteaiel & Co . Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits June 3 Oct. 1: 1.50 .n
(James Shelby . . ,Dog and pony show . . . \pr. lOct.| 1,,10.00.| 5.00 369'D. L. Palmer . . }Merchant stock less than. $1. e00'Aug. 1 Oct. li 1.501 .75
WEdwards Realty Co . ,)ns. agt. Xat. Union Fire Ins. Co. Apr. 1 ,Oct 11! ', 1.25 370 Lat o118o ,. )Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Sept 1:;Oct. 1 1.50! .75
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MMwirdl Realty Co . Ins. agt., American Ins. Co . ''Apr. l Oct. 1| I| 1.25:>> 371 The Citizens Rank . Banker, stock leas than. $10 MttQJtlDe; 1,Oct I'lZ.SOl $.25
wiEdwirdg Realty Co . Ins. agt., Dixie Fire In. Co. . Apr. IjOrt.: 1;, |11.25 372 P. C. Burnett Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits'June 1'Oet 11> 1.50J .75

Weirds! Realty Co . Ins. agt., Hamberg-Bremer IB*. Co..'Apr. IOet.ll! | I 1.25 I 1906 {11907'{ I
1 i 1906 : 1907i I 373 J. P. Lamb . . . Lawyer Oct. 1 Oct. Iil9.00t 5.00
&lI< :W. A. I. Oct. 1 Oet 1 3.00| 1.50 374 C. A. Hardee Lawyer . . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.001 5.00
Miller ,
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Son tMerchant stock less than. $1.000 ;
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I ': ntH i! 1907 I 375 F.C.. Butler awyer . Oct. 1'Oct. 10.001 5.0-
!law'. \' . . Apr. Oct,; M6.09I 5.00( 57s'J. L. tare Lawyer .10 ct. 1 Oct. lO.OOj: ( 5.00
H Barton & Co. Operating one pool table 1 :Oct. .75 377 J. B. Johnson . . Lawyer . . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1.16.001 Zi.t'.J
WUWs Jf Martin . . (Merchant' stock lets than. $1.000..P.!.\ 11| 1.50J 1.50! .75 378 L. E. Robinson . : Lawyer . . . . . Otto 1:Oct. 1 10.001 6.00:
Bell . . Pr. tOct.ll|
.1[Merchant stock less than. $1,000 : . . . . . .
1 1906 i 1907 | 379F.; L, Re n Lawyer . . . Oct. 1 'Oct. 110.001! | S.O'J
| . . . . . . . .
380 J. E. Wood Lawyer . Oct.
111 .. lOct.; lil0.5.60 i
K. Oct1'Oct. 1
5.00
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Dixon . . 10.00[
. . Dentist . /
i 1907 i i1907| I 3Slo.Lee Humphreys . Lawyer . . ... . . .Oct. liOrt.llO.&t{, ; 5.00

1.2'' "tl. Oldfield . . .|llns. agt.. Unin Mutual & Association. 1'Oct. Ij, : 1.00 I l |j ( fMH on 194 0, from Oct, 1904.) I i
I I 195Staailos I19KI11liH
I 1906 | |
u I 1112.00.I $ Co. . ''Keener of Livery. Ste aad Feed Oct. llOct.
> 6.99 ; ? 11.9.00; 30.00ste
rge Hunt & Co . ;'Merchant, stock It'IIM than. uoooOet.: IjOcL; .
less than 40 horses . ,
'jTL*YttWe;r. hey . . .1 I'[Merchant stock less than. $1.000 i Oct.1&07 1 !119071 Oct 1''I 3.001 I I I.St 212 I J. L. Lee . . . Lawyer . . . . . Oct. 1'Oet!!'I 10.6M! $.e9

.fti E. L. Cressgrive . !'I Merchant, stock less than. $1.000( Apr. lOct.l 1.501 :;* I I I Issued on 1908 from Sept. Ui1.) i I I
.L L Wheeler . . i less than. $1.000 May 1 Oct. 1 i 1.50: .75 I S119"9 iI
11f.rb iMerchant, stock : IJ.: L Moore . . . Merchant stock less than. $1,09'Octl.&WOct l1Oet. &00! 1.SO a
1 Oct Mo.OO 7.50
e Hair
Hardware Co Merchant, stock less than. $10,000.slay: I . . . } .1\\ '
S. C. Merchant .
Hair . 'May Oct. II. 5.00:; 2.50 2 Kelley stock less than. $ 1 tOet. 1.69 1.SO
SS Hardware Co rifles etc. '
: (Keepers of pistols. I 3 Adolph Katz. . . )Merchant stock less than. $l.Wf Oct. 11Oct.| 13.K/ ISO
Gtt t May 1 Oct. U 1.50: .75
i f-T-M. : Gtllisen . . ''Merchant stock less than. $lO1 i Transferred '
' : Mikell . . lt'rchant'stock than. $1.000 May 1 Oct. U! i.$o; .75 i l ( licenses-from ntH | )fI
: jiTT 1. i less 1'Oct.' li 1.50 .75 93 Transferred June 4, 1907 to J. B. Zackery . . . .I.. .1..1.. . .
I 1;_ Dna dy .o. . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000Ma: y 1 Oct. 1 1.50,% .7 5 129 Transferred Jan. 24, 1967. to Wells Register & Co . . .I.. .. . . . i'
n-Lewis May | !
: i v . . (Merchant stock less than. $1.0 ::131'TraD.ferredJan. %4. 1907, to Wells Register & Co . . . .1..1.. . .
: .*r Wiggins . . {M'rchant'stock, less than. l.wOO May 1 1 Oct.Oct. 1 : 1.50 1.50:!! .75.1 > 131 Transferred Jan. 12. 1907. to J. 1. Lamburn . . . : . . : . .
! Fuller ..... . 'Merchant, stock less than. $1.090.slay', 1 Oet. 11| I 1.25 1SS Transferred Dec. %%. 1906 to Edwards: Realty Co . . . : . . .
nrda . 'May 11|
! duds Realty Co . 'Ins.' agt. Fireman's Ins. Co. : Otto : 150 Transfer red Jan. 20. 1907. to Wells Register & Co . . .' . .j; . . .
i! hat Realty Co . !Ins.! agt.!! Camden Fire Association May 1 Oct Ii 1'|' 1.90 I 11.25! .75 188 Transferred Dec. 22. 1907 to J. W. Floyd . . . . . . . . .
: a'! Darts . . .iMerchant stock less than. $1,000 May I 277 Transferred Mar. 14, 1907. to Gaylord & Howell . . . . .1.4 . . c
: 'j ;_ Jules, agt for Rettal I |/i : I
IiI alord .. . . .. .Merchant stock less: than. $1.000 May 1 Oct. If 1.50'' ..75rtdce
I t: Jones . Merchant stock less than. $I.000June; 1:Oct. Ij! 1.50 .75 I We. J. X. Conner. County Judge and J. N. Ieek.. Tax Colector of said County do'certify .
w.Armstrong Merchant stock less than. $1.000 June 1 .Oct. 1< 1.50[ ..75s 1 that the foregoing is full and complete and that all of the entries contained in each and every J"1 t
:' .' 1. Shaw :Merchant stock less than. $1.000 June 1 Oct. 1 i; 1.501! .75 column therein are truly and correctly stated. f
\ I' 1906 1907 1 I Given under our hands and Official Seal of County Judge this 25th day of Oct. A D. 1907. ;1I
. 2' t . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.7a''' 3.!;5
: jj } saw mill 10.000 capacity I .1. :N. COXXER. County Judge. 1
t uelta'A. . stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00;, l.aO 1 I J. X )MEEKS Tax Collector. a; :


I. ')f '' arrangements 1 I Terms are reasonable and within plication for tax deed to issue in aecordance ficate in the name of Ca< ., teeing the Southern concerning terms boarding '
1 (bilege Every Week.E etc., all of which the college reach of every one. with laSaid certificates Unless said certificate shall h redeemed f f 1
embraces the following described: 1
latest enrollments at gives prompt attention. Graduateshave according to law tax deed t ti -
J Business trouble in finding lucrative Notice Application for Tax Deed property situated in Suwannee" Couu-| '

r < '. Poole of this College city are who positions no right here in Live Oak, Under Section S of Chapter ty Florida towit0.. 337, southwest will issue thereon oa the IStk djr of .... :y

yo 1- !'e.$ ographlc- department which Indicates not only the popularity IhKS, Laws of Florida. one-fourth of northeast one- :November A. D. 1907. t.J'

4 'II&rable, of Genoa of the institution but the com- j Notice is hereby given that J. W. fourth; Xo. 340, northeast one-foarth I Witness ay osfcial signature and i

11It'enter the commercial mercial growth of the city. j Wells purchaser of Tax Certificates of Lot 5; Xo. 196. northwest one- seal this the 17th day of October rI;

t. y. 'departments.. Prof. The management announces that Xos. 337 and 340 dated the 7th day fourth of southeast one-fourth; alt ." ;.
A. D. no; r
;) .., this college In new classes in stenography and type- of June A. D.. 1S97 and Tax Certi- of said land in Section 22, Town- f" )

..t lion and the Indica- writing will be organized next Monday ficate So. 196. dated the 6th day of ship 5 south Range 13 east Seal' J. W BRYSOX : ,:

nt. loge Increase during and Invites all young people interested June. A. D. 1904 has filed said The said land being assessed at Clerk Cirr ut Court. Suwannee County .;:
I- Many In mastering this "wingedart" certl-I I
Inquiries. ficates in my office, and has the date of the issuance of such cerUI Florida w-octl8-4*. r i iz,4.'t
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Twenty=five Thousand Dollars, ; I ,

,r .' guaranteed to fit and suit every body in any thing you want. J I
'j WE invite you to call and see our stock of goods, which is o; !
now larger and better than it ever was. j, i
Men's suits in black and all colors: $5, $7.50, $9.00, $JO.OO, '" ''tl'' 1
$12.50 and $15.00. !
/ Men's pants in black and all colors: $J, $1,25, $1.50, $2.00, I i 1.
$3.00, $4.00 and $5.00. 1.
Boys suits. a big line, from $1.50 up to $5.00 \. i
Mens shoes $1.50, $2, $3, $4 and $5.00 \; I,
i Ladies shoes $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $3, $3.50 :::
I We call especial attention of the ladies to our line of skirts. h
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From now until Christmas we will sell our stock of over 400 ; t= !;;
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l I TO SHOOT KING EDWARD i Is There Tobacco Land In Suwannee i uation in toto.

INDIAN OUTBREAK I County UNION DEPOT QUESTION[ I If we can't get our just and reason-

Fellow Prowling Through Park Arrested I We are just In receipt of a letter able rights by meek and easy reason-

On Suspicion. i from Hon. Frank Clark member of able means we know the remedy and

IN THE Newmarket, .England. Oct. 26.- Congress from Second Congressional we must apply it. I think that every
rj0rS TROUBLE I TAKES OX A NEW PHASE BY ADVERSE -
RESERVATIONjLJuRS The police here today arrested a man i District, dated at Gainesville Oct. reader of the Live Oak Daily know,

ETENNE suspected of having designs on the i 22, enclosing the following letter ACTIOX OP THE that I am at least fair to all corpora-

life of King Edward or the Prince of I from the Department of Agriculture SEABOARD OFFICIALSA tions and railroads entering or doing

Wales. The prisoner, who was a i which Is self-explanatory: business In this city; that I have and

ARE ORDERED( OUT member of the Bechuanaland (South I "United States Department of stand on fair grounds between them

Africa) police named J. H. Pears, [ Agriculture Bureau of Plant Industry MASS mm( IS CALLED and our citizens, but when they wilfully -

rt was found wandering In Chlppenham Office of Chief of Bureau. neglect their duty to the extent

park, where the king had been shoot- "Washington, D. C., Oct. 10. 1907. that it Is now apparent, I certainlywill
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Trail of the
:*- Are On the ing this week, and in which the princeis "Hon. Frank Clark, help apply the remedy.

' w d \TillT.ad Them Up going to shoot on Monday. Pearse, "Sir:-Your letter of October 10thto C. II. Brown Writes Open Letter to Yours for better facilities better

'when taken Into custody, said he Intended the Hon. Secretary of Agriculture, the Citizens of Live Oak town, better government for good

. to "shoot the boss who was has been referred to this office. people. CHAS. H. BROWN.A .

--1'uh1I1ItOD, Oct. 25.-The tribe of 'shooting here." After a preliminaty "I will instruct our tobacco ex-

ft Indians, which more than a year'flP examination In the police court he perts to examine carefully the re- To the Citizens of Live Oak: Visit From Dr. Sledd.

' | wandered away from their re- I was remanded for further nquiries gion around Jasper to determine its I wish to say that forbearance has The friends of Dr. Andrew Sledd,

f "moon In Utah and created troubleL regarding his past life. It appears adaptability -high-grade tobacco ceased to be a virtue. More than a president of our State University,

i-Ja} Colorado and Wyoming by threat- that he participated In the Jameson culture. We are unable to our work year ago a committee of several have just enjoyed a delightful visit

r= to take the war-path and raid raid into the Transvaal gentlemen including myself, was sent
.mr and Is labor- under the present appropriation but from him, extending from Saturday

I; i ranches, Is reported to have again ing under the impression that he hasa may be in position to take the mat- to Tallahassee to ask the Railroad evening until today noon. Yesterdayhe

, tr9kea out on the Cheyenne River grievance against King Edward. His ter up, if It seems promising duringthe Commission to not press the railroads preached two highly interestingand

. jwerntion In South Dakota, where Majesty left Newmarket yesterdayand next fiscal year. entering Live Oak on the erection of Instructive sermons at the Methodist

. 'the tribe was given temporary quarter returned to London. "Very respectfully, an adequate and much needed pas- church, which were pronouncedby

At the request of the secretary "B. T. GALLOWAY. senger depot; that the railroads Interested those who have known him best as

er the Interior, the war department Letter to (.. Potsdamer, "Chief of Bureau had agreed with our com- very superior efforts. This morninghe

ordered troops from Fort Mead, S. D. .' Mr Clark, in his letter to the mittee to do the necessary; that they together with some other friends
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fte'tie scene of the trouble. The Democrat, says: "the letter shows had submitted a pencil sketch and paid our high school a visit, and the

character of the outbreak Is not Dear Sir: Here's a tale with a pointto that experts from the Department of agreed on reasonable plans of such IT Doctor made a short but very appropriate -

known here.'BROW'RD. it. Florida is the hardest state ir I Agriculture will examine lands structure as we needed and would be; address to a part of the stud-

the Union for paint. !' around Jasper to determine their fitness satisfied with and that we were sure ent body. After which he passed

is COMPLIMENTED. Gilmore & Davis Co., Tallahassee, for the culture of high-grade that the railroads would keep good through all of the rooms of the build-

Florida, think they know what paint tobacco. Please advise me if the faith and asked that the Honorable ing, viewing the entire school. It

[Oat of Twenty-Three Governors* He can do in their climate; they've been people of Suwannee would like to Railroad Commissioners then in session -- will be very gratifying to all to know

tad One Other Were Selected.St. painting for 35 years, Devoe ten have these experts make examinationof ready to consider the matter, that he spoke in the highest terms of

Louis Oct. 26.-Governor years; and they say Devoe wears 10 lands in jour county. If so, I will let us take it in hand as it was a Professor Edwards and his manage-

Bnnrd of Florida was a guest of the 1 3 ears-their words are: "Buildingswe try to have it done." local affair and between us and ment of our school, after having look-

Commercial. Club tonight. lIe said painted Devoe 10 years ago are We see no reason why we shouldnot the railroads we believing that we ed over the institution. lie walked

today,referring to the financial situarUon in good condition of paint today." make the request, and let our would be given the building within about the business portion of town,

that the South was more prosperous The jalso say lead-and-oil wears Congressman have this examinationmade three months as stated by Mr. Riddle and expressed much surprise at the
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today than ever before. "We only one year there; Devoe 10 years! if he can. It is quite probable of the Atlantic Coast Line and Mr improvements that have been made

"nor do Ten years Is a long lifetime for that Suwannee county has as good Stanley of the Seaboard Air Line. We since his last visit here.
lw not felt, said he, we
paint in Florida; longer than 20 in tobacco lands as the adjoining counties have waited not only the ninety days The Doctor gives a very encourag-
e pest to feel, any effects of the present -
New York financial troubles." Maine.'e don't dare say that eitheris and if so, their discovery and but more than 365 days, and so far ing report of our State University,

t, The Imitation to adress the St. true as a general fact in those the development of the Industry as I know we are no nearer the and the start it is making in its new

States; but there are such instances.If would be an item that we could ill needed station than were we on that home. lie says they are at present
Loali gathering grew out of the gov-
75 tnor1 recent speech before the In- we should call the cost of Devoe afford to overlook or neglects We : da>. However, I have had a pumberof handicapped to some extent for the

.;_ Memphis in Florida half of the usual cost of would be glad to have Mr. Clark use letters from the Atlantic CoastLine want of some new buildings that will
lard Waterways Convention at -
f; The compliment was marked, paint, it would be too much; we suppose his influence to have these experts [i officials in which they assure be erected later. _.Tbe,enrollment. is

\,for of the twenty-three governors it's about one-third; there is so look over our lands, and give us the j I me that they nad procured plans and very gratifying, and the general out-

much trash there-the costliest paintis benefit of their investigations, and if submitted them to the Seaboard AirLine look is about all that could be desiredor
freest at that meeting, Governor
the worst, and the worst is the he will take the matter in hand for agreeing that they were readyto expected at this time.
JSroward of Florida and Governor Deaeea ;II'
costliest everywhere. Suwannee county, as he is 'doing for stand one-half the cost of any kind I Dr. Sledd is a most excellent gentleman -
of Illinois were the only ones incited -
Truly yours, the people of Jasper, his efforts will |lof passenger depot that they care to whose integrity is unquestioned -
to appear before the St. Loul'Jclub. !
38 P. W. DEVOE & CO., be appreciated. build hence I feel very kjndly to and a man of profound scholarship -
His speech was of a similarcharacter
P. S. Suwannee Hardware Co. sell them for their apparent willingness to lie is eminently fitted for the
to that given at Memphis.An .
our paint. WELCOME: TO IlLOMIAM.Venerable keep their word with us. But tbe position he holds in our first State

I Seaboard Air Line seems to have i institution of learning, and we are

'brlck.bats affray, In which knives and EXTRA LEGI: LATI\: SESSION": : ('\,-ou'nwr and Bride ignored every pledge made, and I am 'glad to know that be is bending his !
figured occurred Saturday I
f Will Get Notable Welcome now reliably informed that their j energies to make it an institution of

; night at the corner of Howard an "Jlae streets The facts In the case I
No\t'inber 11. Fla, Oct. 28.-Pre-1 I said that we have as good passenger i. necessary to any Floridian to go away
from what we are able to gather
26.GoX.. C. parations are being made for a royal station as we need So you see how from home for educational advantages -
fieem to New Orleans, Oct.
Indicate that there
was a
call for welcome to former-Gov. Bloxham and I the matter stands and I would earnestly J, that can be found within the
issued an
I&M Blanchard tonight a
between Jas Allen the
negrot Mrs. Bloxham on their arrival in Tal- suggest that you meet in mass : borders of his own State. We trust
Louisiana assembly -
keeper, woo keeps shop extra session of the The extra lahassee. The Bloxham Rifles, recently meeting or with jour Board of Trade' he will have, as far as possible the
Jtut November 11.
In on
the rear of the Greek-
and place the entire matter in the ,
the organized and christened In hearty sympathy and co-operation o.every :
appointmentof
laerican restaurant and J. A. Jen- session will consider I :
honor of the veteran politician, are hands of a good committee and send good citizen In the State In his
kJu, a blacksmith, who resides ii a commission to investigate port a
foremost in the movement. The form I them to Tallahassee with instructions effort to make our University one of
iN! West End. charges at New Orleans in connection -
Mr. Jenkins
was of the entertainment has not been definitely to take the matter up with the Railroad the first among all of our Southern
of 10,000
Nrsck on the head with brick and with the recent strike i
a Commission. You will have schools
determined, except that it will
U a6I7 wound made. He also levee workers, which is estimated to
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was
prompt attention as all the membersof
follow in general the military
a way
fat *ith a knife In the chest. Dr. have cost the State business interests
unfairness in idea of salute and reception.The that Honorable body have looked ANOTHER TRIUMPH Foil WHISKY
[Price dressed the wounds Saturday $1,000,000. Alleged i former Governor was recently I'at this thing that we are forced to use
1I igkt be also considered. .
will
t. and Mr. port conditions
Jenkins
Is able bees
to will also be asked married in Salem, Va, and all of the as a paeenser station and know our Crazed With Drink He Kills Mother
&, tie meets today The Jas The assembly I I
negro, crying needs and have promised me
collectors elderly dames in Tallahassee are now i and Then Himself.
Wen, ran after the affray and was to reduce the fees of state tax wondering what they will do for an | time and again that they would be
trend by the marshal and the decrease their num- j Charlotte, N. C., Oct. 26.-Deli- .1rioas
and
deputy I escort during the coming session of glad at any time to take action in tbe
erII fa Recently the State has discovered II from drink Ellis Hightower *
hiding in backHe ber. : J
a negro's t Bridge and "500." Gov. Bloxhamwas matter, knowing how deserving we
>ud. was arrested landed embezzlements in the tax department shot and killed his aged mother la
and
were of this facility.I .
|_II the county Jail amounting to about 200000. the most popular septuagenarianin I : Guiiedge township Anson county, ;'
awaiting a pro- Florida. He was a ladteb'' man have deferred this matter for along
alairy for consideration late last night and then attempted i=
hearing Other subjects 2
before Judge Conk with all the grace of bearing that i time and have written no less
> .. include: Preparing an appeal to coa- :: : suicide by taking strychnine. The c
long skirted coats and genuflectionsof than fifty letters to one official! and ss !
convention designed tosecure physician summoned to attend the
for a { ..
gress another this but all
the old school! embodied or made on matter to noI
0': OESXT | direct election of United States mother already beyond human aid ..
BLAME ROOSEVELT pretensions to. I use. and there seems to be but onewav IS
senators b>' the people, amending the to get action and that is by frustrated the attempt, but this morning ;

New I election law. and completion I'IUhtti- Hightower cut his throat with a j;!1 i
.- York Money Trouble I State primary I RIG 3i.\ ioin FOR force, u much as we would dislike to

Bryan Talks About It. of the transfer of maritime i TIOXhTS.TtfTf'nJtu 'I begin this way. ,, razor, bleeding to death before aid ** ,

quarantine from State to Federal con I could be summoned. Last night the ,4k,
he's York I am also reliably advised that the '
Oct 26.-"Jt wouldl man called on his mother and '-s
lUaIrto'hold trol. County, Alalwnu, \ras Seaboard Air Line hate plans in theirmind's I young 4
President Roosevelt Voted Dry. sister three miles away. He had been&V "
eye also blue prints In hand
k 7* responsible for the situation." SiNTi3liNl'A1.lit'1GLIIIlhlo :. '''drinking freely several days aDS, ,?JJ 4
J"4 Mr. Birmingham. Oct. 28! .-Jefferson | for the construction of a long yard :
Bryan hc.e today. I I ;while sitting on the porch talking, fell :
We county after one of the hottest campaigns switch through the center of town .
should not be criticized for Refuses tvuiiiSsof I ( asleep The mother called to. ,
eking; the Old .Man lint in Its history, has gone dry. that is to place another track along
; manifest evils, but I do not arouse him and awaking suddenly,/ .
His Little Girl. I While it is impossible at 10 o'clock to i|Conner street for the full length of
lay that he has been wise : the verge of delirium tremens, High- 1
!.n that A burglar give the majority the indications are town to be used as a dray track etc -
f he has said and done. New York Oct. 23.- I tower drew his pistol and shot hisrl
l' local supposed I that it will be 1,500. The city of i This is another piece of their high i t
; situation looks more with sentiment in popularly | : aged parent through the heart. Tl(
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& a has been 1 Birmingham gave a majority of 329 handed way of doing business, whether 1 w
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Karetome than anything to be a rarity dead woman had ben telling the bo ;
prohibition. it meets with the approval of the .
against :
-y': KKtinued Mr. Bryan. found here. lie stole $SOO in money i!iof her 10for him before theVi ?r
the home of !i The feature of the election was the i City Council, our citizens' best inter' -
"ply the conditions through- and valuables from : i i tra/!;edThe son sat by her side> ...
-.the' captain bat presence of thousands of women and ests or what not,and I wish to say that '
", .country are not such as tot Gustus T. Ruland, a sea M until the physician came, half-sObereth_
of Uuland's children at the polls. They paraded I hardly think that it will be constructed -
.. panicky feeling.. All tnlJ'e refused to take the savings i hy his deed. Hightower was a noteMorkade /
about the street with banners, sang hymns I The citizens of Live Oat: :
little daughter. Grace i whiskey dealer. He
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unusually ,
prosperous I with voters and it is have will eXErt |
and pleaded some rights and we :
.are advancing. In that $I S, or her few jewelry trinkets. 1 a wife and four children. i ?
4 the the girl's bank he believed that they played an important them once in a while even after lon= t" :
conditions the Instead of rifling
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are just sweet part in carrying the county for suffering. I ask that you attend the
Of 1that they were In the left this note on it: 'I have a I | Conceit is something that exists
'1)111 I hate to be prohibition. The day was clear and next meeting of the Board of Trade I ..
when prices were fallent little girl of my own. cold and the vote cast was the largest : and select such men as will make a because people think the world's eyes o :
conditions in this business but I am compelled O ..
do not in- ,
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Sherwin-Williams and Peaslee- Cooking Utensils in Tinware and

Gaulbert Co's Paints, two of the u Enamel Ware. The "Blue Dia- I

best. We can prove this to you mond" Crockery for everybodyfrom

from. Government reports. the modest price to the 91

Ask us and -see! highest I

Oils Varnishes Stains Guns Pistols Rifles AmmunitionFor

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J they had made such headway that Youngblood left therein, I
I Parrish Fla., Oct 26hat appears nothing could be done to sate the Much of the money was in was silver goner M:, I' We keep in stock a line of Edison's latest improvdd Phonographs
i to have been the work of a building It and the big stock of Youngblood locked the safe last I and Records at standard
prices.
Sold
merchandise which were in it on:!easy pdT'meet
,safe-breaker who followed up his are an night.
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crime by adding arson to it, occurredher entire loss Mroungblood's losses A photographer who has his tent |( good. Write or call on
last night. Roy Youngbloods approximate four thousand dollars nearby said that he was awakened |! Live Oak
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store was burned to the ground after What makes appear to have during the night by what appeared *oi Furniture Co.,
the safe In which he had several been the work of a thief and firebugis him to be a dull explosion This is 1
hundred dollars has been robbed. the fact that the safe door was believed to have been the time tii3: or A. J. WILLIAMS, (The Sewing Machine M-ri
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We beg to announce that our stock of fall and winter goods is now full and complete and we can show you the greatest variety and best

selected stock that it has ever been our pleasure to offer

The demands have been so heavy that our trade has increased to such an extent that we must carry larger stocks to cope with the situa-

tion. It is very gratifying to us to be in a position to make these statements and thank you very much for your liberal patronage and hope to

merit a conemuance of same.


Our stock of dress goods is up to date, and you will SHOES.

find Mohairs, Cashmeres, fancy Wool Plaids, Ribolines, We have never carried a larger or better line, in fact,
Silks and other lines to select from, besides a full stock we have the best line and greatest variety ever shownof
staple and fancy ginghams, waistings and skirt goods.ways in the market for lint and seed in our store.
Trimmings Ribbons, Embroideries, etc., in full supply.
Table linens, Crash and Towels at .last year's pricescotton.. When yo have any to sell come SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES Supply'
and a large stock to select from. Collars and other leather goods in good

' Ho.l.ry and Underwear this way. HARDWARE, TIN\V RE, CROCKERY,
The largest stock we have ever offered for Lafies and Furniture, stoves end bedding. Single-barrel shot guns
Gents.in all sizes-for all sizes and ages.CLOTHING. We are in business for business and solicit at $5.00 each.
SALT AND FLOUR
In this line we have the best stock which we have cara liberal share of your trade and will give by the car load at lowest market prices.
ried for several years. We can fit Men, Youths: and For several months past we have been selling the celebrated
Boys, from 4 years old, up. utfman's IdealL" with is indeed
you as good prices as can be obtained anywhere brand of flour, "K -
HATS AND CAPS FORMES' AND BOYS. an ideal quality, nothing better made from a soft

r:' As usual we have a good line to select from and willbe in this section of count 1j. pleare winter you wheat so,welL and a Makes great many white other bread and brands runs will uniform not
pleased to have you call and see them when ready barrel
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<' 1 I Ohio, Utah and California, municipal

I 1 I head of the lrison SyMemShot Boldly officers are to be selected, while in
Southern IautkersCanretl b l'iuker1111.trency -
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by Young ,1'ontan1'ho New York county a number of judges
I }r that Tiltn'
Confidenceat Was Captured.St. I.and a sheriff are to be voted for.

; Moving South. Petersburg, Oct. 28.-Gen.MaxitBOftsky The prohibitionists have a state
(Atlanta Journal :0th.) director of the depart- ticket in all the states except Maryland -
Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for j I
Owing to the unusual wideawakeness meat of prisons, of the ministry of and Mississippi, and city ticketsin
.. t II the ardor with which we are pushing t that is being displayed by the interior was shot and killed Cleveland and Cincinnati, but not

"eggmen" in other portions of the day. The general was the tl-I in San Francisco and Salt Lake.

The First National Bank. I It country, the Pinkerton Detective I responsible official connected with the The Socialists also have tickets in
t agency has warned the banks in this Russian prisons and it is supposed all the states, except Mississippi and

section to keep their eyes skinned for that this was the reason he was Maryland, and city tickets in Cincinnati -

Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks. f : suspicious characters and to exercise : selected for assassination by the ter- Cleveland and Salt Lake, brt
i not in San Francisco.
\ They are frequently inspected by of the Con- uncommon altertness. rorists.
-"I A who has not yet The Socialist-Labor party has
called Dark stormy nights are especiallycited I young woman ,,
of and to make
rt.troller Currency are on
j herself at tickets in Massachusettsand
as times for care and it is pointed been identified presented Kentucky
? sworn statements to him five times each year, hence J out that harmless looking peddlers I the weekly reception of Gen. Max- New Jersey, while union labor

:; I hey are under the direct supervision of the Nation- who shove greasy bills at the i I i iraoffsky and remained quietly in thecrowd ': made nominations for city officers In

i' al Government, and its the staongest on earth i paying teller to be changed into ;; anteroom until it was her turn I San Francisco.

dimes and nickels, are really the advance i i to enter the general's private office. There is only one ticket-the
Safest Banking, agents of "yeggmen" bands and l When she was in his presence the I[ Democratic-in Mississippi, and the

Best :Methods, all the while using their eyes to good I I woman drew a revolver and fired '!l resutl of course, is not doubtful. .

. .: t for Up-to-date Service, T advantage in finding out the position'. seven shots point blank at the general j Massachusetts there are ten

Liberal Treatment. -i of the bank vault, of what make it i i six of them taking erect The tickets five being divided among

:. T Conservative Methods. ,1 is, and other information that might I II wounded man was hastily taken to I Democrats, who are engaged in a
but his condition was
come in handy.Following a hospital factional fight with the state delega-
- j", Always use the National Banks. They have prospered I I is a portion of the circular -I hopeless. The general's assassin, I tion to the national Democratic convention -

, in greater numbers than all other banking insbtuhons. J I, that the Pinkerton agency is send- who was arrested! immediately unhesitatingly next year in prospective. The
herself be
avowed to an
: jT ing throughout the South: I II ballot law commission decided that
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emissary of the northern flying section -
I ;,: Watch us grow, our profits are now as large as ii I I Warning-Rink P.urslary. I II of the social revolutionists who I Henry governor.M. Whitney was the nomineefor

our capital was at our beginning. Hank, vault and safe burglars areshowing had been entrusted with the task of I Nebraska the Democrats aud
i] unusual activity in eastern punishing Maximoffsky for the stern
I Populists fused oo the officials to be
:I middle west and northwest coast regime which he lately had introduced -
, l FIRST NATIONAL I j voted for throughout the state.
states. We recommend nod suggest in the treatment of important poli- ;
.BANK j I In Maryland there will be a straight +}
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)' that every possible prevention and tical prisoners whom he ordered to
contest between the Democrats and
: precaution be used. be treated like ordinary criminals.A t
Live Oak Florida. 1 the Republicans, only the two parties
I i! These burglars operate usually on
having made nominations for state
I dark stormy nights especially when (ilt'Nl IJllillUNlt.When .
of>ieers. In addition to these a houseof
l-\i.--S there is no naoou. you need a good reliable lIn-
Ik $-b'--S-t'- -s.-$ -s.-s-\i-\ delegates and one-half of the state
I" Keep a bright light burning In iment try Chamberlain's Pain Balm.It .
senate are to be elected. The next
J" -- --- : front of vault or safe all sight, with has BO superior for sprains andswellings.
The Reasonvhy.. Pa Know liabios.Ma I shades up so that a full view of 18- A piece of flannel slightly legislature will choose two United
. I I States senators-one to fill the un-
She-We want only brave men i -Do you think the baby will terior of bank can always be had dampened with Pain Balm U: superior I
expired term of the late Arthur T.
r.. these days to go to a charity bazar. I like these new blocks I've got for from the street. I to a plaster for lame back or
Gorman, and the other to take the
He-Why necessarily a brave him? Examine the photographs of bank, pains in the side or chest. It also relieves -
place of Senator Hayner.
man! I Pa-He will, if we pretend that vault and safe burglars In this bul rheumatic pains and makes

Site-Because' you can't get any they aren't meant for him to play letin. sleep and rest possible. For sale by
other kind to take chances. i with.Cleveland Leader. Peddlers of needles, court platter, Barclay & Groover and all druggists A Mi-thodist Minister IIrcommend

.- notions, small ware, etc., are in many no'-w. (.'hanilHTlain's Cough Kcnicdy.We .
--- -- have used Chamberlain's Cough
instances the advance agents, or so
called "IO<'att rs" for "yegg" or tramp TWELVE STATE ELECTIONS Remedy in our home for seven rears

"IT DO RISE" WASEO FLOUR burglar.s. using these pretexts or by -- and it has always proved to be a re-

teller Will IV Heldtt In liable remedy. We have foud that it
r,-quo-sting: the paying to changea Tuodaj-Only
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five or ten-dollar bill they observe I Maryland Straight Party Fight. would do more than the manufacturers
5:, MAKES LIGHT ROLLS, SUPERB BREAD AND DELICIOUS PASTRY. inside the bank make of !
Conditions
r I New York Oct. 28.-There will be claim for it. It is especially
No HOUSEWIFE SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. vault safe. etc. They also may remain -
or I elections in twelve states one week good for croup aad whooping cough; i
I for several days in towns where from tomorrow. In Massachusetts, Rev. James A. Lewis,
ALWAYS GOOD andI !ja tank rank or safe burglary is contemplated I Rhode Island )tar'IaBd.li..ppl I ..i
j Pastor Milaca. Minn. M. E n.1 'in'h.
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determine what the
to protection -
WAYS i and Kentucky a governor and other !
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I state officers are to be chosen; in
i. : night watchmen etc. Advise your I New Jersey a governor only; in New ,01,1! !11\ i'-.trt'trt \ & (Iron** rJ: S..1 h

ASK YOUR GROCER local authorities of this, suggesting f'4W.' .
York two associate justices of the ,11"\11.::': -
characters of this I
that suspicions
court of appeals; in Pennsylvania. a
', THE C. E. GULLER COMPANY class be carefuly questioned and ; state treasurer, and in Nebraska a -

FLA. \\all'hl'd. railroad {'onlllJ ::.,.ionpr and two re-
}Distributing Agents. JACKSONVILLE, GINNINGThe i

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Women's troubles throw a cloud over their lives which neglect may cause to become permanent Union Gin is

medicine that acts directly on womanly the disorder
organs
Into a passing shadow by taking a your
Make yours
Your of which has caused your womanly troubles. The right remedy for you. when you have headache at north end of Rock

backache nervous spells dragging pains irregular functions etc., la Road, near Rixford, -

r- is ginning cotton reg-

Wine of Cardui

Passing ularly. The patronage :

i of the ;
suffered with female troubles for 12 tried 4 public is
Mrs. R. H. Lawson. of Sprctt. Ala, writes I years;

doctors; they did no good so I took Wine of CarduL I have taken 18 bottles,fed greatly reieve.i00: am cordially solicited. t

j Shadow better than In 20 years." Sold by all reliable druggists, la $1.00 bottles. Try Ilto

.,- WRITE US A LETTER I AJ Write vfce.today Socrlbe for a free your copy ww of v InNe*. 5t.at1t 64-lute W.IDustrtted Ml reply Bock.0 for tc R sent arm.en H lam yjo:JIaIII1I11V need \\edlc&l Jpe.J24 .
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US GIVE THANKS. meet devoutly to thank the Almighty I i I

for the many and great blessings they I SOLDIER BOYS RETURN R. H. LOVIER, I

President Issues Imprcsshe Thankv- have received in the past and to pra :

giting l>roclamution-> ,'. that they may be given the strengthso i ---
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tWth the Day. j to order their lives as to deserve a I
TIIK ('O Il'\SIES: FROM KSTXU
Washington, Oct. 2t .President I continuation of these blessings in the

Roosevelt today Issued his Thanks- ,i'1 I future. SOUTH I'VSS THUOIGII

giving proclamation, through the 'I "In witness whereof I have here- a ?

secretary of state, naming the last unto set my hand and caused the seal

Thursday November, the 2Sth.' of the United States to be affixed. q.wtr..c.twATCHE
HOME FROM ENCAMPMENT
The proclamation follows: (Seal), Done at the city of Washington ,

"Once again the season of the year this twenty-fifth day of Oct'J-l

has come, when in accordance with ber, in the year of our Lord, one

the custom of our forefathers for thousand nine hundred and seven, ll.mHad a Hard Ttn lama' Drill ,. ....

generations past, the president appoints and of the independence of the Unit-
But Gained Valuable Experience .
a day as the especial occasionfor I' ed States the one hundred and thirty- PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. '

all our people to give praise and second

thanksgiving to God. (Signed.) "TllFX ROOSEVELT," FRIEND TO FRIEND 1
The State neampmeBt Is over, and : Over thirty years experience.
"During the past year we have "By the president: !
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the boys constituting our State'' The personal recommendations of peopie
been free from famine, from pestilence "ELIHU ROOT, Secretary of State." All work and
militia are ready for a few days rest guaranteed who have been cured of coughs
from war. We are at peace i
I up from the hard drills and rough colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
with all the rest of mankind. Our SHVM: R. LOVIER
HUTU'S: TOUT H. j it
make s
:and ready camp life. have done more than all else to
natural resources are at least as greatas -- '
All companies from East and South LIVE OAK staple arti--:le of trade and commerce over
f LO R I DA.
those of any other nation. We believe !' With the Shi|>s Knji.iRrd: mill loritLi Florida came through this morning *large pait v.f the civilized world.

that in ability to develop and'I'' Stale<< TrtlC'ltS Took Part.IVnsacola .
enroute home The Suwannee Rifle.
take advantage of these resources the I Oct. :..-.\s a final "
Company "E, First Infantry, arrive
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average man of this nation stands at climax to a week of hard work, the y
on the first section of the train carrx- l 4'SftesiKfes.
least as high as the average man or I Florida state troops were aroused Cir Portable Saw Mill
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in ; the troops, and all are in guodspirits Sf '
an jother Nowhere eke in the worldIs from their slumbers shortly before !

there such an opportunity for a free midnight last night by the bugle calls Our and companwhile report a fine one encampment of the -j.. ..5 &r Outfits are the best on

ople to develop to the fullest exent and fell out to defend Fort Pickens -
smaller ones in numbers but not the 5. earth. We large
a
all Its powers of body, of min.jand against an attack from vessels at sea. :. V carry

[ of that which stands above both I The. sham battle that followed was smallest, made a very good showing Stock of all kinds MACHINERY -

body and mind-character. I which the soldiers ; notwithstanding that a large percentage
one of Florida will |
: of the men were'recruits and] can make immediate shipment. Write
"Much nas been given us from "'i long remember, as it resembled a t
I| Captain Ix-blie reports that the for
encampment Illustrated
high and much will rightly be expected real battle. In addition they were I Catalog.Address.
this year, was very instructive
( of us in return Into our care the aroused at an hour w ben they least MALSBY
COMPANY
Each had officer ,
company an -
ten talents have been entrusted; an.lwe expected to be called, and before 41 N. For"'lh St.
detailed from the
are to be pardoned, neither It some of the companies got into line regulars as ATLANTA.A..

we squander and waste them; nor yet the firing commenced. The night was their special instructor and tuJwere '\. IvtrEst.,Hitbcd 16 y .,r'. Sld perl' h.J/milJi Q dollars wertb.gools ia 19C6.
given lectures each days t!
in
If we hide them in a napkin; for they pitch dark, and the commands had .
'arts of war. Lieutenant .' .
HurrouI 413 11X01 ,
must be fruitful in our hands Ever trouble in getting into position. 01ti 11,1 ,r 1 N 111
I of the 12th V S. Cavalry, was tt-
throughout the ages at all times and Three steamers: the l"ot. :Monarch I! _Side CranK and Center CranK
structor for the
Suwannee bo1
among all peoples prosperity has and l'nterprlere the vessels to -3

been fraught with danger and it bnoon's attack the forts aDd for the courseof special work of the Suwann, U 3 STEAM ENGINES
was that of _
: Infantry support md s
us to beseech the Giver! of all an hour or two the forts were

things that we may not fall into love ablaze with flame from the big 12- j get her with Company "L" of t' : $ r Portable an.
First Infantry, were stationed F' -f BOILERS
a Stationary
of ease and of luxury; that we tiny inch disappearing guns the smaller _

not lose our sense of moral responsibility batteries mortars and KragJorgensens. McKae for special instruction L.i a + (( Gasoline
day at two o'clock, they w.-e cane Engines
; that we may not forget our The Florida troops were stationed '
\- >ed by government transports tj Ginning Machinery Saw Mills
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duty to God and to our neighbor."A at the mortars and smaller "
Ft. '' Shingle Mills, Corn Mills
Barrancas for regimental dr' Pumping
democracy like ours, batteries
great while some were groupedto land parade Outfits. Large stock on hand. It

democracy based upon the principlesof protect the gunners of the larger will be to your interest to write.
orderly liberty can be perpetuated pieces and assistants | Before many months it is hOj'd;
as to them J Mallory Bros. Machinery
only if in the heart" of the ordinary About ten companies were in the :( that the interest taken by the bus!- Co., Xaca, Ga.111wN11 .

j aces men and citizens generally I will!! --- _..
keen of - ---- -
citizen there dwells a sense sham battle which was so spectacular -
1 be such that we boast of
can one of
S righteousness and justice. We shoull as never to be forgotten by the -
the best companies in the State. stepped out and said. "
! of i! T.eon.ou : In the chart cla 1 Davis
earnestly pray that this spirit state troops. Ine boom of the bI; I -Darn.
went shoot fie will you" :
righteousness and Justice may grow guns could be distinctly heard in the Pointing and Grace Selph
I Tin r.MxnuEii: (.l'X : the gun at her he fired She fell deal
ever greater in the hearts of all of city during the nlsht. The instruction ACMN. I : Second Grade James N*el>' ao at his feet.
us and that our souls may be Inclined was valuable one to the members I .\ Xeely.
JII the Hands of One Child He was arrested and is in Grady
KilN
ever more both toward the virtues of the lortda militia Third GradeJohn Rape, George
county Jail. He is the MB of Rev.
that tell for gentleness and tenderness I A not ht'r. Evans and Jeaate Kde.
David JFrom< .
for loving kindness and forbearance Chas. II. Brown is in receipt of a (Valdosta Times. Fourth Grade -Wert Keflfe an*

one with another, and to- letter from the management of tbe I Ethel Cook."
1 Leon Jones shot and instantly killed the Wtllborn Sch\H>l. We hope aJ,
to hear from this
ward those no less necessary virtues Florida Mid-\\ inter Exposition, which ':

that make for manliness and rugged is to be held in Jacksonville January little Emma McGuire age ?. seven County SQperint B eDt Wood handed also the other public schools of tbs

hardihood, for without these quali- 15th to April 15th, asking him to act miles south of Meigs, in Grady county us the following nice little report county quite frequently.

member of the Honorary Board : Saturday. Young Jones, who is I from tbe Wellborn school
ties neither nation nor individual can as a public ,
I about 16 years old, went over to the I FOlt SILK.
rise to the level of greatness. of Governors. Mr. Brown has accepted which we are pleased to give to our
"Now therefore I, Theodore Roosevelt I the Invitation. The expositionwill McGuire home carrying his gun. lIe II I readers 160 acres of the best grade of land

president of the United States, be one of the greatest of the kind claims that the gun was unloaded I "The school is progressing nicely in the county Two head of how;

do set apart Thursday the 2Sth day I ever held in the State as two of the but some of the boys placed a shell I The enrollment ia about *.eventythe.I 35 head of cattle; 15 head of hog,
,
in it without his
I of November, as a day of general I Governors of the Jamestown Exposi- his he knowledge During I and still increasing. The attendance one buggy and one wagon; 175
stay plaYfully said
thanksgiving and prayer, and on that tion are connected with It, and have "If yogi I is regular and prompt. and the in- bushels of cora. Reason for selling.I .
children don't out of the house
day I recommend that the people agreed to bring the principal exhibits get terest is active and growirg The will go Into other business beside

shall cease from their daily work and 1 of the Jamestown exhibition 111 shoot ou"U except Emma following pupils merit special: mention farming. Apply to J. S. Stafford,

In their homes or In their churches i to Jacksonville for the occasion. McGuire got out of the way Emma : 'I Luravtlie. :1a. a *".


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& N Instnirtum of SII\HHlllt't' I Branford Mrs, \\ G: Blanchard
L. M. DIXON, 8DENTIST. MICA To Whom It May Concern:
( aunty, I la. Pleasant Hill--Jennie CreekmoroBibbj .
Be it known that THE LIVE OAi
{ SOBTODONTU Grease Live Oak, Fla., Oct. 26, 1907 -Mamie Olhver BOTTLING WORKS, having their office
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t.I' Sullivan-Arra Crawford. ;
1" Toad.i .\ toll board was present last and factory in the city of Live
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F. cr.ows AND BK1DGE 9 \\ebster-Minnie Sauls.EmersonGeraldine i i
k:, WORK, srJOCIALTIES.J i t1.eS mltitromtheload.nndwcis n.Ktmg The reading! of the minutes Barnes J Oak, county of Suwannee, state of
COi : tCl.111 for the: last meeting was deferred Florida, hate adopted and do hereby V
:.'j i' Offices IB Lcwia RuiUI e : IF1P91''rTactic tCynster. until t th<> next regular meeting of the and Bowling.Mamie Tison.Park-Victoria Ingram I i i publish this device tow It: "The property

iiSSCS"SSSSSS; S5S-SSSS t.\.le dc.tJoJ' boards of LIVE OAK BOTTLING
:11; ha.lf the Oak Hill-Mrs. Al Carver I IO
{rOwear .'nod! 1 1'i orts and other accounts WOHKS TRADE MARK REGISTERED -
0on\CS : )1 'taI SilllMlls. j
ric\lQn.
{ : oad LIVE OAK, FLto be blownor
t1'I. T \M'I- reeeived examined approved
J.,: J. M.\ PRICE, M. D., veTTOUithe life and ordered paid. Bethlehem-Charity Stokes. j jSuwannee etched into the bottles and
--H. Y. Tooks. '
1e' more
r and \en\ vicefOUCinge 1'1.1'i l county treasurer, O B. Lord, siphons, painted, printed or stenciled
..1lca" SmithvilleBertha Washington I
[.<.' PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON. I ot than: an};'It'd.)r uica in<'d monthly report for September. Pint."mount--Fannie A\er ,i OB all boxes, cases, trays or fountains
Ash\\lC '! ne> game was examined and ap- used by them in tbe manufacture of
e. Spring Yan(\--Maggie Can |'
: l IV p \e Greas \\paTeri '1 l iroved. soda, or other mineral waters. Said
OFFICZ'PHOM IS* \L (O There being no farther businessthe
KESIDEKCX '?HONE 12. t S11) C ... h. i. Lanier, supervisor of the bottles, siphons, boxes cases, tra)s or
hoard adjouriH-d to meet the first
ios'burg school, requested that the I i I fountains bearing the name of The
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i uesday November. \ I). 1'OJ.K i
J. tt&.hllearer SU'IIIUln Prug Store -i ; nol] house at that place be repalr1 :I Live Oak Bottling Works," as abotI
RV1SK.. Chairman of Board
r'-- '.1.1 the same was granted. J. E \\OOii, Supt. and Secretarv, i I quoted, are hereby claimed to be U:e
E 1'1 ladenoB.1C,D G. R.Creelmere.)d.D. r % .\ course of study for the city and I property of the said LIVE OAK BOTTLING .

:. rural schools as prepared by Prof. L 1 WORKS, and all persons or
TO Till: r.lHMFP.S.
lodersin & Creekmore. meal M. Edwards and submitted to the 1 corporations are hereby cautioned not
When you want a good hoard for approval was examifw I It seems that some one for some to deface, erase, obliterate, cover up

PhysWans and Surgeons, call atMANKER'8 and adopted and five hundred copies ; reason and without any' knowledge or otherwise remove or conceal said

ordered printed of the law, has put out the report in name or device thereon, or to devise.
Llrt ..It. FUrM I The superintendent is authorized I II tbe county that farmers are not allowed buy, sell, give, take or otherwise dispose '

::x," .Otiee b phone over J.40.C. Baisden's itore. Of I RESTAURANT[ I io purchase one-half acre of land : to sell their" produce, either of. or wantonly destroy or traffic ';

_- ence phones 16 and 131. .!joining; the Padlock white school and :.I fruits, vegetables or fresh meats in tbe same without the written concent
Tontine the same the cost not tJ.t within the city. I would like to say of. or unless the same shall have
Opposit Union Shed. Good service -I "x""l'd ten dollars. I'' that there is no such State law or been purchased from the said LIVE

Litoa>QSON. A. B SMALL I The contract was awarded to J. E i city ordinance.You : OAK BOTTLING W ORKS. Also the ,

gOBERSON & SMALL, guaranteed. I I (,1"1\ for the re-building the OaK I farmers bring your produce device and emblem of label, to-w'fSuwanne : i

CHAS. MANKER.' Prop. tiro\e bchol house, size of the same ; in, we need it. I Trade Mark Registered -
a- follows: :20x30x10 feet, six win- I I write this because I have bal Ginger Ale, the most refreshing t
'l''ORNEYS AT LAW. than of about ale known, Live Oak Bottling t 3' '
-:- -:- doand two doors, same to be more a score inquiries ginger
;:' do central practice in Stat. and cnled overhead. Contractor to I such a law J. B JOHNSON ; Works Live Oak, 18.." printed In ]

:--, Federal Courts. 1'err Seeps furnish all material for the construct Major three colors, and upon which In the
ezperinent
t as
are n
F i UD ,bntfrith?roper enatsatuat' on ofaid building. The board I ight hand corner appears the picture ,
ttJ-3TAnta], Ln'uc BUILDINO c assure success ,
.c. odon. hundred dollars UM.HJIM roi.uitlistood of an Indian woman sitting upon a 'i'jf
c<. '?so,.H..190. from the start. Csers agr 'eto pay two I
? .,tayz OAL, : FLORIDA. yontmrntt. t. IIt F-antin at harvest.nor C.ct dl5a when the house is completed, according -i f rock by a stream of water.

:-- -- to plans and specifications ani ; \\ Mlitr Tn'ltOll'nt Hut Any corporation or firms, or parties t

gBcif accepted h* it, I Quickly Cured by (iMmltw!.un*",> using the said bottles, siphons,
\ J. B. JOHNSON : boxes, cases trays or labels or imitation
1 The following teachers were as- I ('uuJh Hf'nwd-
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I I or attempted imitation thereof
gned to winter schools I Ijist winter I caught a very severe -
.t"ET AID I I : will be presented as per law as laid
COUNSELOR AT LAW sumt brit emre-
for bi rst :New Harmon}-Adel Clayton. I cold which lingered for weeks,"
Irfre down in Chapter 4584, Acts of 1897,
fi.UVE OAK FLORIDA. I I S Yi;oa a r ::;. auuU Ikecb-ilIe-Dola Haddock. says J. Urquhart of Zephyr, Ontario, of the state of FlorIda.

; ]mce bt White Building,- D. 'Y. rLRR'r co.. I S<'ott-.F. F Fountain. I "My cough was very dry and harsh !! LIVE OAK BOTTLING WORKS, g
J. Dickinson and
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; Wellborn- I
?- .. : ; i! Tics Kate Liddon. II The local dealer recommended Cham-: R. II Holmes Prop.

.., ,BROOME, j I CentralT.. Tool. berlain's Cough Remedy and guaranteed -1: Live Ook, Fla, Oct. 25, 1901.i .

:: eJ tn' Counselor at Law, I -' "'" I Petersburg-Joste Doalw rtgkt I' it. so I gave it a trial. One
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/: Shool House Mfetk) i Chapped hand are quickly cured
//ltZt White
/cc.tpc&a I small bottle of it cured me. I believe -
'i LIVE OAK:, FLI.tice i j

in all the courts of the I 2Z'7C Zbr.L-u il..Jr 1 Smith Indian Springs; ..nnie uape Chamberlain Cough Remed by applying Chamberlain's Salve
Pnr. .5; c"nts. For sale Barclay
Hl attention given to confection gal f r &Y Midway-J, W O'Hara I to be the best I ha'eer used by -

of rents, etc. All and learn why we secure best I BrienGifford Hall and Miss I; i This remedy is for sale by Barclay & &. Gnxner and all druggists -

,wnptly attended to. Write positions once and best salaries for our graduates I Eugenia Hill Groover and all druggists, nov-w. nov-w. "
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Premium
$50.00 Contest so.4OJ
Open Season IJeRtns Xtnemlxr 1-- : LIVE OAK BANK

lYoxisions of State Statutes.
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Deer, November 1 to February 1: : LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
quail or partridge and wild turkey I The Suwannec Democrat will begin Sept. 1,;, a rilUMIUM CONTEST i iI

November 1 to March 1 ; duck, Oct. I open to every young man and young lady in Sunannee county. The first I 1 Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,000

1 to April 1. It is unlawful to kill prize is an unlimited $O.OO larsliip good in any one of the three departments I H H. V. DKXTKIt, President. s>. A. IIIXLKY, Vire-I'resldcnt. 5
C. 1). \CKWELL, Cashier.
game within one mile of West Palm j of the Southern Business College of Live Oak.

Beach and St. Augustine. Clay and j jHernando The rules cf the contest are simple and there is wily on requirement,

counties have special law?. the young man or young lady sending: in the largest number of subscriptions
Deer, deer hides quail or partridge, U
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to the SUWAVXEK DE.MOCR before December 25, 1907, will recehe DOLLARS DO THEIR DUTY |
or wild turkey cannot be exported
the st'holan.hlpnSOlXT} LY J.'ltflof other consideration.The B -""
from the country. The sale of any any T4: r t / and earn something for their own- ,
Mutest will open on September 15th: and positively close on December
of the above is prohibited. Non- '
citizen of the State must have a hunt 25th. Each dollar sent in by ,one who has entered the contest will ers when they are placed at Interest -

ing license obtained from the Clerkof count one point in the race. If you collect back dues and get several 'it in a good savings bank. By

Circuit Court in each county they: dollars from one subscriber, each dollar will count a point. Renewals

hunt which costs $10 and expireson count same as new subscriptions (iet in the contest early and be a leader S'P 1; Y j all means put your dollars to

the first day of March. No one is from the first. There are plenty of back subscriptions jou can collect work at a good rate 'of Interest

allowed to kill in the same year more very likely in your own neighborhood and get a big: start. The Democrat t
than five deer and five wild turkeys. c- by placing them In the Lire Oak
will furnish
cards
you and report blanks and assist in getting: as many for -
The bag limit for one day's hunt must your list as possible.THE '' Bank.
not exceed 20 quails and 2 wild turkeys
SOUTHERN I5USIXESS COLLEGE" three distinct courses.
by an individual or 40 quail
Their Ilookkeeping course, which includes ,
P.ookkcepan : English : -
and 4 wild turkeys by any number LIVE OAK BANK
forming a party. Forty doves is also Spelling, Penmanship, Commercial, Law and Typewriting; their

the limit for a day's shoot.Iilliou.ness Shorthand Course, which includes Pcrain system of Shorthand, English, 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID OX SAVINGS DEPOSITS

Spelling, Composition, Penmanship, etc.; and the Telegraphy Course comprising I I I : II :::: I'' ;iil; Ii ..

<< and Consultation. Railroad and Commercial Telegraphy, Typewriting and Penman-

For years I was troubled with biliousness -
ship.This
and constipation, which College is under able management: and equips its students for

made life miserable for me. My appetite good paying positions. .\ scholarship in one of their departments good
failed me. I lost usual
my until you complete your course, whether<< throe m 4ith or six: months I.
force and vitality. Pepsin preparations -
a premium "<<'IIol1h striding for.
and cathartics only made mat
t Xow, who will get the premium Make a start soon as the contest
ters worse. I do not know where 1
should have been today had I not ovens by filling out the coupon N>1R-, and returning to lie Democrat at

tried Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver once, and getting (,'I.1'1anll blanks t, assist joy in Jour canT"w.SUWAXXEE .

Tablets. The tablets relieve the
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ill feeling at once, strengthen the digestive i : DEMOCRAT, Live 0\1;.rIoitl.'t. 1!

functions helping the syt>-
tem to do its work naturall '.-Mrs. Gentlemen: I desire to complete for the price stated<< above, and A TIRED HORSEIs

Rosa Potts, Birmingham, Ala. These, will be glad to hate you send me literature and blanks.
tablets are for sale by Barclay & just as able to do hard work as a man with an exhausted,

Groover and all druggists. nov-w Xante . ... . . . . . . . .. . . . torpid behind liver.it. The Constipation drags a long train of troubles
machinery can't work if the boiler doesn'tmake
FISH SWAIJAWKI; A KATTLKi steam to move it. If the
I'ostoffice . . . . .. . . . . . their work the body and brain stomach and liver don't do
I can't do their duty.Lamar.s .
Sumner<< Contribute Ilisrsest Snake I i i
and Fish Story of SeaMMi. I Lemon Laxative makes things right

Sumner Ga.. Oct. 29.-Mr, J.C iI !"1'N-11VrOti11'1 0 Works quietly, gently and effectively. Doesn't torment the
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I I I 1'N1''1.41N1* bowels. Follows nature's
Trammell, who is carrier on R F Cures and methods with nature's remedies.AGood 1
T L tones UP weaken liver and bowels. red
Makes rich
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D. No. 1, from this place, brought in MallaryBros. I blood. for young and old. Sold druggists everywhere.
the news today of one of the most

wonderful fish and snake stories of I Sa Machinery Co. t LAMAR, TAYLOR & RILEY DRUG CO. 1

the season.A $ Macon Georgia
DOSES
pond known as the Minims fishpond Macon, GeorgiaENGINES.

seven miles north of here was 1 :
I I. BOILERSCOTTON ,
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being drained and a huge trout was -- -
\ '( Learn the Art of
which had ,. GINNING MACHINERY SAW !
caught swallowed
a rattlesnake !I
I Kill MACHINERY.: S.lngle: !Its: .C'Jrn
five feet long and sporting Mills Pumping Outfits. + D. B. CASWELL.
seven rattles. I i j jMr. i ;i' ., GASOLINE ENGINESCbmcVt 4 t MILLINERY:
I
- Trammell that Dr. It means a successful '
says G. S. future. !
I i ._( 1 J. *. ut'-*wiatyT! mUImai : .\ 'Hnt\af cta V (i / ntntft
J Sumner and several other reputable .. t. f .interest to.onawt'"' dignified position. Good payi'I \( ,fl/
ing: positions secured for crad- \
gentlemen of that neighborhood will a'+>rGbbO"'.ts4 1).AQOdst.4OObddd .'L41.d1d''11O, duates, Write and ask for par I

vouch for the truthlulness of this ticulars. \\ill anywhere in State t. Embalm. I
Any style or coffin ra-k -t fur.nished'
I price or '
..l story. closed completely eaten in two with U: was i put in the cell. He was American School of I Always on han i u"l I line of \

DETERMINED TO CAPE. I acids and apparent!:. w.;LOUT dl'- ;>romi>tl% removed to another cell. i burial suits for ladies or if en n.men. i
x fu'uln. Mears fating a free man :so .tnd a more careful watch than ever MILLINERYSavannah i For suits call at MRS. E. N. LAWLER. '

far as his cell was concerned whenever will be kept over him. He
White 3lunlerrr In Miami Jail Uses I is know -

;.r Acids to Dissohe Steel lUns. he decided. to be a desperate character and the ------ -,-Ga.- ,
(Miami Metropolis) Both the two bolts, each about half prediction is made by those best Execntrs:; Xotico. '

z That W. M. Mears, convicted of an inch in diameter, were completelyeaten acquainted with him that the state Legatees, districutees, creditors, FOR SALE
in two showing conclusively : authorities will and all other persons having
have claims
murdering a negro named Davis, at difficulty in
i West Palm Beach several months that they had been cut with acid. keeping him a prisoner.A or demands against the estate of L. Nice New GottaflB

Mears using his knife to scrape away K. Kimmerlin, deceased, late of Su- ,:
. ago, and recently sentenced to life Reliable ICemeily for .
the steel when it would be dissolved. i' Cr nip.Mrs. wannee County, Florida, ail!
present
is determined to .
imprisonment escape S. Rosinthal. of Turner
in his cell were several bottles that Michigan the same to me duly proven, within Contoining five rooms and
from the county jail here where says: "We have used Chamberlain's
4 had had been supposed to contain '{ one year from the first Insertion of
he is still confined, pending an appeal I| Cough Medicine for ourselvesand hallway on west Howard St.
medicine. One of these the authorities this notice or this notice will be
of his case, was further evidenced children for several
believe contained carbolic acid :i' years and pleaded: in bar of allowance
of Small
the
this morning when Deputy Sheriff like it very much. I think it barn and stable and
is the
and they will have it analyzed. Mears r same out of the funds of said estate.W. .
Morris found both bolts holding thai only remedy for croup and
can highly
garden.
declares he did not cut the bolts and i J. HILLMAN, Apply to
part of the lock to his cell into which 1 recommend it." For sale by Barclay
Executor
of the last Will and
Testament
the Bolt from the lock sets when that they were in that condition when I & Groover and all druggists. -
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: 2 iA, TO o,' MUSC.-2SO HOW1S AND POMES.-3 s or ILW +lMfTS.-a).ovss
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/1 A C u preherwbl. saJ UneoopumtU Moving Pageant of Cold tad Sdrw E.nbo.ed Dens anJ C gu,. 1
tbbfoj>f the Fierce cf Juagle) ErtJ WiU .nd UoUmaU Aiuult. Ponderj Ekphaata at i itat.'bloo
; U, Pruciaf Steed*ud PnwJ RUm ud Mclodiou MUMC Mwlcn, FUrin( tw Mut Trjn..t CLOWNS-TRAPEZISTS-ACROBATS-JUGGLERS
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/ has decided upon Friday as the date
Live Oak M f Co
g. for the conference to be held with

Gov. Comer of Alabama and Gov.

Glenn of Xorth Carolina to discuss
Manufacturers of the railroad situation in the South.In .

addition to the e Governors there

Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights may be Gov. Swanson of Virginia, 4
and the
attorneys general of these
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Power and Turpentine.Electric four States.
ran Gov. Smith declines to give out the

Lights in any part of the city furnished for nature of the conference, but it is understood
I that they will discuss the recent
Sicli Livers I Residence or Business House* at a very reasonable rate. 1 passenger rates ordered into effect
(off Ij
I j Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing -! in their respective States and endeavor
to adjust the conflicting laws

A PURELY VEGETABLE ; purposes. governing transportation companle,.

---=COMPOUND. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special The conferences will probably he
I held in the private office of Gov.
attention and all orders promptly filled.
Smith which ie amply large to accommodate

QUICKLY CURES CONSTIPATION.SIB MALARIA.I CHILLS DYSPEP-and I We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and the octette. It is expected
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. that the conference will meet at
A GUARANTEED CURE for all disease produced by flooring. Come and get our prices.PRSIONT noon on Friday and sit all of the afternoon
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased -
and probably Saturday morn
today may taU you sick spell tomorrow.
has deposited in the national banks a ing.

CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER Anti AND CABINET;um approximating J30.000.000. and So far as known this is the first't '

FAILED since early in September, when the time Southern governors have everbeen
ALL OTHER MEDICINES
II I Ii Secretary began his weekly distribu- known to confer in regard to
Mrs. W.A. Whitewell. Emory, Tei.twrites
child had chills aDd fever I tion, nearly $70,000,000 has been de- laws governing corporations. j
: "My i IX roXKKKKXCl: ) MOKK THAN
for four years. We tried all kinds of I posited, which brings the amount of

medicines, and finally an acquaintance We used of TWO lIons YESTEIW.I I public funds now in national banks mXIIH: m'lnmX(;.
mine recommended Hetbine.
up to over $215,000,000. of which i
II completely I
three bottles, and the child now
cured. You hive my permission about $1:!,500.00Q has been depositedto
I cheerfully : (;rl't'IIf' anti (;alwr Mu..t ergs Tend
teitimonUl ma
to publish this THE FINANCIAL SITUATION ; the credit of government disbursing -
recommend Herbine to all mothers officers. and Pay Unity I' "
hiring children afflicted as mine" IWn. I
IGI BOTTLE SOc GET tHE GCTC1 E I During President Cleveland's first Montgomery Ala., Oct. %' ,
; term very large amounts of public Greene and John F. Gaynor,
CO. tilt Chief Topic ender lH..cu"-
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT *
funds were deposited in the national tractors who were
ST. LOUIS U. S. A. lion banks for the declared purpose of relieving : frauding the government out Il'

I the treasury of a burdensome sums of money, were ,
&Bf&SOLD
aSxV & BY I surplus, but never before in the hit denied a rehearing by the
AND RECOMMENDED .i Washington, Oct. :9.-PrHidt'Bt tory of the country have such large States circuit court of

Suwannee Drug Company. l.ooevelt was In conference with all [I sums been placed with depositary session in Montgomery,
___ of his cabinet except
members
the banks to avert threatened trouble ta the defendants secure a
Secretary Taft for more than twj i times of unusual disturbance in the
I tiorari from the United
i tours today. The financial situation financial centers. Ga.'I
reme court they will have
te.IT'S
Use the best Brick in the -St was under di u"ion. '| Secretary Cortelyou remained with four years In the (
shares the view
,' Secretary Cortelyou the President for some time after the sides each being compelled

that the general money situation conclusion of the meeting. fine approximating $ ,)
and especially ,
throughout the country
and
MADE BY Gaynor were convicted
in New York is steadily improv TitHEISOliltEHX COVKKXOKS, implicated in frauds in
ing. Although he is averse to making ;
with harbor
i Improvements

,Callahan Brick Co. Callahan, Fla. any public statement on the subject And Maybe Four Meet In Atlanta toI nab, Ga.. and sentenced to
it is known that he regards the
.; : >icus Southern Railroad in the penitentiary
,= situation with far greater equanimitythan
,.s''t",4. at any time during the last ten Situation. fined nearly 300000. The

for Live Oak. days. During the last seven days h3 Atlanta, Ga., Oct. :2S.-Gov. Smith are now confined at Macon,
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NOTICE. NOTICE OF SALE.To I Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One
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t'I have at my place, three miles \Vnom It May Concern: Dos c of Chamberlain's OoUe.(1aOIl"ra American Manufacturing '

i toast of Wilmarth, on the Suwannee Notice is hereby given that the and Diarrhoea

river, a yellow sandy colored sow, undersigned sheriff of Suwannee Itemedy.

marked crop and split in right ear County Florida for the satisfaction I I was so weak from an attack of Atlanta, Georgia.

This of a judgment entered in the Circuit diarrhoea that I could scarcely attendto
; and under slope in left ear.

sow has been breaking into my field. Court of Suwannee County, Florida, I. my duties, when I took a dose of Complete Machinery R

the Cth day of June, A. D. 1906,
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causing other hogs to get in and des- on Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and "
against W. B. Collins in favor of : Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me en- '
troy my crop, and I am compelled

keep her shut up. Owner can get her W. W. Stovall & Bros., for the sum i tirely and I had been taking other EquipmentsStandard .

by proving ownership, paying for this of $332.06 damages with interest:' medicine for nine days without relief.I .

notice and my expense of keeping her. from date thereof until paid, and heartily recommend this remedy as Woodworking Machinery I

s27-4t JAMES M. ADAMS. $7.80 costs, and in pursuance of an being the best to my knowledge; for Saw Mills, Plaining Mills, Shingle Mills, Lath

execution issued upon said judg- bowel complaints. G. Stewart, of Mills, Spoke and Handle Factories. Wood Turning Mach

ment, will on Monday, October 7th, the firm of Stewart & Bro., Green- Wood Yard: Machine etc. Engines. Boilers, Gas and UoK

FOR SALE.A 1907, after four weeks publication of ville, Ala. For sale by Barclay & line Engines, Saw Mill Machinery Belting and Mill SupE

nice farm, one-fourth mile from this notice, offer for sale at the door Groover and all druggists. w* Manufacturers of American "Permanite" Roofing.The .

the corporation line, west of Live of the courthouse, at Live Oak, Su- Best Flint Coated No-Tar Ready to Lay Roofing Sejj

Oak; 212 acres, 150 acres in cultivation wannee County, Florida, between the I II I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. tor SAMPLES and for the Asking. Address 1

100 acres of new fresh land for legal hours of sale, and sell to the
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AMERICAN MANUFACTURING Co., Inc., ATLANTA
cotton, a nice 8roomstory dwel- highest bidder for cash the followingreal I Department of the Interior, Land !.

ling, good barns 3 tenant houses 4 estate, being lying and situate i Office at Gainesville Fla., Sept.
in Suwannee Florida .........et..t.....................
good young mules, 2 two-horse County, or so I 23, 1907.

wagons, 4 sets of harness, one-horse much thereof as may be necessary to
Notice is hereby given that Milton
wagon, good buggy and harness, all satisfy said judgment and costs, to-. Live Oak Bottling Works
Frazier, of Ellavllle, Fla., has filed
farming tools, sugar mill and kettle, wit:
notice of his Intention to make final
one Jerse ycow will give 3% gallonsper The south half of the southwest one-
five-year proof, in support of hU
day, 550 bushels of corn, 113 fourth of Section 35, Township 2 R. H. Holmes, Prop.
claim, viz: Homestead Entry No.
head of hogs, corn and potatoes. Will south Range 13 east containing 160
29972, made May 26, 1900, for the
sell all or a part of the farm at a acres more or less. Purchaser to
west half of northwest one-fourth, Manufacturers and bottlers of The Famous
bargain. Come and see me before pay for title.Witness Suwaa-

buying. W. R. LEE, my band and seal at Live Section 30, Township 1 south, Range nee Springs Ginger Ale, Coca Cola, Iron Brew, Peach
12 ('ast. and that said proof will be
w-octll-lmo Live Oak, Fa. Oak Florida, this 9th day of September Mellow Raspote and Ginal Lemon Root Beer
1907. made before Clerk Circuit Court, at Chocolate

f J. II. RICKERSON, Live Oak Fla., on NOT. 6, 1907. Cream Soda, Sherry, Vanilla, Pesin Ola, and Fruit

NOTICE. He names the following witnesses
Tolo.
Sheriff Suwannee Co., Fla.
Notice is hereby given that the LESLIE & LAMB, j to prove his continuous residence up-

t undersigned has filed in the office of Attorneys for Plaintiffs. sept3-4t i'on. and cultivation of, the land, viz: Every Gallon of water used is Artesian. Filtered and Dis I

the Clerk of Circuit Court for Su- R. I.. Milliner, of Ellaville, Fla.; D. I tilled, my water pipe is connected with the large Ice Factory

I T. O'Hara of Ellaville, Fla.; J. E.DrazelJ distillery.
f wannee County, Florida, his final Treasury Department, State of norMa -
statement of all matters pertainingto of Ellaville. Fla.; Henry --
I I Office of Comptroller Talla- In every respect my plant is entirely up-to-date, being operated ly
Wright, of Live Oak, Fla.HENRY
his position as assibnee of F.J.Mai- li .,
:i!!>ee.-No. 10t. Electrical power.

lory, of said county, and after thirty I Whereas, by satisfactory evidence S. CHUBB We are prepared to furnish these goods to all dealers in the state.

days from this date, will apply to the i I presented to the undersigned it has dw-sept25-lmo Register. i ---- ----- --- -

lion B. II. Palmer, Judge of Third Ed fee paid.
been made to appear that a banking I YOURS FOR BUSINESS

Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, for association under the name of The : t

letter of discharge as such assignee. Citizens Bank of Live Oak, located ?t NOTICE OP SALE.
r i Live Oak Works
sep20-5t W. A. TISON Assignee. Bottling
Live Oak, Florida and organized Notice is hereby given that I, the ,

under the laws of Florida has com- undersigned special master in chancery -

piled with all the provisions required R. H.
i HOLMES
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NOTICE.Hotice under and by virtue of a final Proprietor.FIRST .
to be complied with by the Banking
+
decree of foreclosure
made by they I
is hereby that the
given Laws of the State of Florida, before -
physicians of the Suwannee County I! an association shall be author- Judge of the Circuit Court in and Coq

Medical Association will { Suwnanee County, Florida, wherein
place
alII)
ized to commence the business of
the First National Bank of Live Oak,
their past due acc u: ts in the hands
banking.
of the association's special agent for I Florida is complainant, and W. B.
Now, Therefore, I, A. C. Croom,
Collins and A. Collins and B. M.
collection, If not satisfactorily set- I j Comptroller of the State of Florida,
tied by December 1, 1907. Bean are defendants for the pur-
b> virtue of the authority vested in I
I I pose of satisfying and paying the srorio
me by Section 2702, of the General
amount expressed in said decree, I
Statutes of the State of Floridi,
j
Williams' Kidney rlll .1( will offer for sale and sell to the
certify that the Citizens Bank of Live
Have neglected Kidneys? I highest and best bidder for cash on
you your Oak, of Live Oak, in the County of AND LAST
Have you ,overworked your nervous Monday, November, 1907, in frontof -
Suwannee and the State of Florida .
system and caused trouble with your the courthouse, of said county, .
is authorized to commence the busi- tf \ SI'-Un i1 .HD 5IliIE
kidneys and bladder? Have you painsin
between the legal hours of sale the
t-\{ It
loins, side, back, groins and blad- ness of banking under the name :1
der? Have above given with a capital stock of following real estate to-wit: The __
you a flabby appearanceof Mean
I' : $ $ made to all who
the face, especially under fifty thousand dollars. southwest quarter of Section thirty-

eyes? Too frequent a desire to pass i Given under my hand and !five Township two south of Range buy or wear them. In style .

urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills i seal of office this fifth day of 13 east The purchaser to pay fo: :; and ,
ease durability "Shield Brand Shoes"toe
will cure you-at Druggist Price 50c. (Seal) September A. D. One Thou- titles. M E. BROOME, I. ,
Williams' Manufacturing Co. b the mark of perfection.
Props., sand and Nine Hundred and (10-11-41) Special Master
Cleveland O. Sold by Suwannee :+ .. BOLD DY R I.It'\ BL.G MERCHANTS ONLY
seven. A. C. CROO I, IAUDEE & BUTLER,
Drug Store. apr-lyr M. C.
I sept.13-8t mptroller State of Fla. Solicitors for Complainants. KISER CO., Manufacturers.

? ATLANTA, CA.
NOTICE OF SALE. I
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Notice is hereby given that the Notice is hereby given that I, W. A LIQUID COLD CURE

II. Cameron, the undersigned will, on
undersigned sheriff of Suwannee -ANDLAXATIVE -
the 14th day of November, A. D.I I
County, Florida for the satisfaction!
i907. at Live Oak Florida apply to COUGH SYRUP'THE : --=---
of a judgment entered in the Circuit
Court of Suwannee County, Florida I I. lion. B. II. Palmer. Judge of Third I MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY

J Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, for
on the 6th day of June, A. D. 1906 !'' Portable and Stationary Enginesarf
an order adopting child
as
against W. B. Collins, in favor ofj my ORIIIHAL Boilers; Saw-Mnls.Wood WorkmfMachinery
Wolfe i i Joseph Selph, commonly known as I THE 4 and Supplies. Complete
Brothers Shoe
Company a I i Liberal
Joe Cameron age 6 years and about line carried in stock.
corporation: etc., for the sum of I i NEW Terms. Write for catalogue.
six months, born January 15. 1901 I
$300.48 damage with Interest from
This Oct. llth, 1907. IDEA -
date thereof until paid, and $7.50 I I W. II. CAMERON I I -Pp--J: State AjrrnH!' for the OLDS GAS

costs, and in pursuance of an execution and GASOLINE: ENGINES

issued upon said judgment, v.-1I1,1 I I
NOTICE. Tae *.4 Cltnr BloMoa and ti. teary BM is
on Monday, October 7th, 1907, after Irtry BotUt. MACHINERY.ADDRESS
I Notice is hereby given that the .
four weeks publication of this notice "A Cold or a Cough nearly always produces

-E offer for sale at the door of the undersigned as administrator of the l constipation-the water all runs to the LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO
court-I I Estate of J. A. Adams, deceased, will eyes. nose and throat Instead of passing! out 574. 22 OCEAN C IIEET
house at Live Oak. Suwannee .f the
system through the liver and JACKSONVILLE
kidneys. FLORIDA.
on Monday, the 13th day of January,
j Florida between the legal hours of I For the want of moisture ,bowes! become
'g 190S present his ,vouchers receipts dry and hard." Nearly all other cough cures =-==
sale, and sell to the highest bidder
I
I: and report of and for the Estate of are const.pat.lng:.especially those containing
for cash the following estate Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative
real and
J. A. Adams, deceased, and thereupon Honey
' being, lying and situate in Suwannee I apply for his final discharge as Tar moves the bowels, contains no Opiates.! 66 Fletcher'sThe 66

County, Florida. or s? much thereofas administrator of the said estate.J. KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE

may be necessary to satisfy said II. WETHERLINGTON, best Chill, Fever and LaGrippe cure

judgment, to-wit.: -S-6m Administrator
on the market. Be sure to get the genuine.It .
The north half of the southwest
I Io one-fourth of Section thirty-fire (35). ; signature in red ink. Accept no

Township two (2) south. Range I I For the Tar complete and Canchalagua cure of Coughs, I HONEYDTAR l other as there is none "Just as good." It

thirteen (13) east containing one Cold. Asthma and Bronchitis and all __ Relieves Colds by working them out cost, but 25 cents for 16 doses, if it cures,

hundred and sixty acres, more or I Lung complaints tending; to Consumption -I the of the bowe's.system! through a copious. action of NOT ONE CENT IF IT DOES NOT.

less. Purchaser to pay for title. Liverwort Tar and Wild t.1u'rry.I _
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and Manufactured by
Witness my hand and seal at Live have for ages maintained an established strengthenirg the mucous membranes of

Oak, Florida. this 9th day of September reputation as a standard Cough i the throat.chest.lungs and bronchial tubes. CRESCENT PHAR M A C Y,

A. D. 1907. Remedy. It contains no opium or. For Croup Whooping Couth,L& Grippe, Live Oak:, Florida.
harmful drug can be given withsafefy I Influenza, Bronchitis and ell Ccnj&i, FOR SALE BY ALL
DRUGGIST.
J. H. RIGKERSOX. i
Colds
to children. Price $1.00. Sold Lung and Bronchial affections BO
Sheriff, Suwanee Co., Fla. remedy is equal to Kennedy's LaxatirtEonttaiTti.
I by druggists. Williams' M'f'g Co., Children lib It. 66 Fletcher's 66US
LESLIE & LA IB.Attorneys ,
Props, Cleveland O. Sold by the
Put up In 28e.EOe.,d'1.00 bettl.at IS* L.*.
for Plaintiffs. sept3-4t I SuwacB Drug Store. apr-lyr .rttory of L 0.Dswitt A 0...Chicro,U.fcA.
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have now on our shelves and counters a Very Large Stock of Fall Goods, consisting of Clothing, Dry Goods,
WE Hats and Notions which we are offering the people of Suwannee County for the NEXT TEN DAYS at
prices that will certaily move the entire stock quickly. Rememeber these are all new goods direct from theman-

ufac1urers-never opened or handled until they arrived at our store. They are the very latent patterns for Fall and Winter -
and especially selected for this climate. The very goods you need right now are yours in this sale. at lower prices

than you ever dreamed of. We will convince you of our value giving if you give us a chance to show you our goods.SHcDES .



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Misses Jackets $1,23 to $...7 5 : \ '"
Ladies lane cloaks $3..is to $l-.oU { First Class
jc Quality, Guaranteed, Safety Brand, I t
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First Clas Briliantine, all Changeable Colors. worth $1. and 5.00 for 3.4* f
worth $1.00, at 6tic. Cecend Class, 75c. at 41* '- Men's next grade worth $3.50 for 2.9
Beautiful line in Dress Ginghams and Shambrays Men's Work Shoes, First Class Quality, Soft
from 121.2 to 15c, at 9c. I I -----a Single Bottoms, worth $2.50 for 1.98
Beautiful line Flanneletts and Suitings, worth Men's $2.00 kind for 1.4
stock, black, worth $20-00,
Suits first-class now
Men's
15c. going at 9c. $1150Men's I Ladies! First Class Shoes, worth $3.50 st 2.93 ,
Nice line Percales, light and dark, w rthh 1s1'Saot9c Fine Plaid Suits.worth $15.00, now $9.00 Ladies' Shoes worth 33.00 at 2.4 I !
Latest style Broadcloth, all colors Men's $10.00 Suits going at $7.75 Ladies' Shoes worth $2.50 at 1.90 !it
93 cents Youths' Suits, worth $10, going at $6.93 Ladies' Shoes worth $? 00 at 1.39 r, t
Black Satine, First class, 50c kind, at 29c. 35 1oys' Suits, Blue Serge, $-.00 kind going at $2.93 Misses' First Class Shoes- I' .
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lien's Pants, first-class grade. $6.90 now $8.-13 ; to 2, worth$2,1.29 .
cent kind at 19c. ? Men's Pants, $5.00 kind, now $2.93 !j Children's first class Shoes, worth $1.50 at 1.18 .
Counterpanes best quality, all crlors, worth Men's Pants, worth $3.00, at $1.98 ;
at $1.69, $2.00: kind at $1.29 Boys' First Class Pants, latent:: styles, $1.50 kind. goingat : I I
54 inch,worth 75c, at 79 cents
First quality Table Linen, I
) Ba\s: : Pants worth.75c, going at 48 centsBoys' i i Indies' Umbrellas worth $2,00 at $1.39
\39c. 35c, at 23c. Pants, all prices, 25c. to $UIQ
Big Size Lace Window curtains, worth $l. I Most Beautiful Line of Ribbons -
at low +
Beautiful, 9$c.Line Ladies' Skirts, $7.50 sellers, at I, HATS'! HATS"!! Men's Fancy Dress Socks worth 50c very, going prices.at 39c, and
25c kind at 19c 15c kind at 9c.Handkerchiefs .
$4.50.c. kind at$2.9
Beautiful Line White Waists, worth $3.50, at Men's First Class Phoenix Brand, worth $3 at $193 for Men and Women' at 4c. F
Men's Jack Rabibt, worth $2, at $1.39Men's Men's Neckties, 50c kind at 29c, and 25c kind going at 19c
$2.29 9c. .
$1.50 at worth Sable B. $2.50 kind, at 9Sc ; Best Quality Thread Cotton and Silk, all colors 4c. spoolLadies'
Ladies' White Underskirts? best qualty, Ladies' First Quality Latest Style Trimmed Hats, worth i Ba'
$2.00)( at $1.29. $-1, at $2.98. $3. at 1.93 I.Side and Combs, worth 26c, at 16c.
Embroidery, especially wide, worth 50c at -4.. Ladies' Felt Hack Hats in Latest Style. all colors, worth Dress Pins very best at 4c.
1. kind for 9isc Men's Good Gloves,
nc' $2.50 at 29. $2 50c to 9Sc. ,
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The Greatest Sale 1 of its kind and magnitude ever before attempted In Middle Florida. It will pay you to come a hundred -
miles to visit this greatest of all sales. T ''
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rvrn stacks of Fine Cloihing, Dry Goods, Shoes. Hats and Gents' Furnishings for men and boys will be likened to a poi;erfu t F -1-
which pIled hIghlth for miles around People excited waiting looking' talkIn'-' and wondering how We can cope with the crowds that WI' J I.}
magn.et \ missape crowns $10,01-> 00 worth of Good Honest Merchandise to be sold at less than cost. These goods are all this\ season's effect .:
pour m. Don't great sa e. to secure some of them Don't come without your pocket book. \0 goods charged or sent out on approval. 'i
and you shold consider yourself lucksare not a'sold Mark the-date and mark it wen. Let nothing keep you away. The hour is set, the date you kno f t :'
agree Look to return an money If e SI :; Out Sale. -HAILHOAD FARE RETl'H\ED for 75 miles to Purchasers of $25.00 worth of Merchand {: }
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"NOT SOON, BUT ALREADY.' r We have heard much of late about John
Stetson
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. B.
Let us turn for a moment from the failure of Mr. Flagler's Key West University-

candidates and politics to timber, for I Extension enterprise but the follow-
Published Friday at Live Oak, FOUR COLLEGES AXI FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS
every the devastation of the ax-man is ing special dispatch from New York
Florida. working more ruin to this country I to the Ocala Banner under date of DELAND, FLORIDA

Entered at the Live Oak Postofficeas than any of the evils which the can- I yesterday, puts it in a very different Affiliated with the University of Chicago

second-class matter. didates declaim against or the pol- light: COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS.-The standards are those of the tfjL

CIIAS. W. IRVIN, Editor and M'g'r. tics can possibly correct. We call "The announcement was made here versity cf Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from feck
ourselves a mighty smart people and I today by representatives of Henry M. Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.

Subscription One Dollar Per Year. think we lead the world, and yet wa i Flagler that the ocean-going railroad, COLLEGE OF LAW.-Graduates of this College are admitted to pit.
tics law in Florida without examination.
I have no better sense than to deforestthe I which he is building from the Florida I COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTl
land from ocean to ocean and \mainland to Key West will be open- I Mechanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual Training cours
As General Gilchrist has declared *
I from the lakes to the gulf with the ed to traffic as far as Knight's Key, leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment
against State prohibition, he ought to COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all Its branches. Bookkeeping
stupid improvidence of the gluttonous 100 miles south of Miami on or about
be the favorite candidate for Gover- i by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective courses open u
nor down Tampa animal which devours in a day January 15, next and that steamers other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.
way. than which was intended for a will be put in operation from that PREPARATORY \C.\DEUY.-Graduates prepared to enter Harris
for month. Collier's Weekly sounds the point to Havana. This decision to Yale Princeton Cornell Michigan Chicago and all first-class College.
If Governor Broward does run
alarm on this subject as follows: open the road to traffic for the greater NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.. Kindergarten In 1U eve
the Senate now or next time, he will building. %. Primary and Grammar School In separate building. Ti
be kept mighty busy explaining the Not soon, but already: a timber I part of its course a year ahead of Schools especially prepare Public School teachers. *
reprieve of the Jacksonville negro famine Is here; and worse, and stead- the time set for its final completionis MUSIC SCHOOL.-A 10000.00 pipe organ a dozen pianos septr*
fiend. ily worse faces us as each year Mr. Flagler's reply to the reports building large faculty, thorough courses of study.
rape passes. Americans use more wood that the building of the road has been ART SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts models etc.
Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They boll d.
The date of the Farmers' Union per capita than any other people on given up." grees from the University of Chicago. Harvard Yale. Dartmouth Columbia -
Sea Island Cotton Convention, which the earth. They use more per capita Toronto. Wake Forest Louisville Bowdoln Utrecht BncfcujL,
had been called to meet at Lake City each year than they used the year be- Out in Los Angeles, California, one University of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are ore
November 1st, has been changed to fore. By destruction of our forests Lieut Alfred Alhnsworth represented $300,000.00 in buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar
edowment; an endowed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chip
November 15th. President Trawlk streams have deteriorated, droughtsand to be a leader of the negroes in with costly furnishings Including stained glass windows 7 oil palntiapt
has sent out official notices to that floods increased, the climate that part of the country has addressed a $10,090.00 pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; aa M.
effect. rendered more extreme the value of I a letter to the people of his race closed Athletic Field running track tennis courts baseball diamond ui
gridiron besides swimming golf, rowing and other sports; separate bull-
the soil lessened. According to the throughout the United States on the
ings for men and women; ten large laboratories for Chemistry Pnrsie
who makes best figures thus far to be had, the of the desirability ,
The man one factory question considering Bacteriology, Mineralogy and Biology; several large museums and 8aoj.;
grow in his community where none present rate of cutting with the pre- of establishing a purely negro electric lights electric bells steam heat cement walks shell roads. brow
grew before or two grow where only sent rate of growth, would abolishour commonwealth in some part of the avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary maslol
and other students' clubs star lecture courses; Christian and .
one grew before is the kind of great forests utterly by about the year United States. Good luck to the lieutenant ; not M.
tartan teaching. The location Is beautiful and healthful and the expesia
man we need In Florida now. We 1930. Cutting must be regulated. I in that scheme if he can find are low. For catalogs views and information address the President

will all encourage his candidacy and Growth must be increased. The National enough unoccupied territory for the LINCOLN I1ULLKV, 1'b.D., Litt. D., LJJ.

support him unanimously. Government and the few active purpose. There are thousands of now DeLat, Florida.Don't .
States should have enthusiastic sup- discontented negroes who will never

The twenty-four-page Homeseeker's port in every effort to hurry forward be satisfied short of an experimentof

t edition of the St. Petersburg Inde- this, the most pressing step in the that kind, and we should be gladto

pendent was all to the good and in preservation of our resources. The see them isolated from the white
both illustrations and reading mat- iron question can wait. Even the race in some part of the country ForgetThe
ter well circulated to draw the coal question can wait. The forest where they could have a fair trial at I

tourists and the homeseekers to the I situation must be metor should self-government, with not a white
delightful little South Florida city. the forward movement flag until our man permitted within their border
I' forests are sufficient to feed our The returns from Havti, San Domingo

President Roosevelt was fortynineyears streams and regulate our climate; and Liberia offer no encouragementto

old yesterday ,and we'll back otherwise we shall be foolish for ourselves the theory of negro selfgovernment -

him against any other )youngster of and but unworthy ancestors to but the result might be differ-

.that age on the face of the earth san I those who must meet the problemsof ent in this country with the exampleof first issue of The Southern Cyclone -
all-round athlete in the fields of existence when we of 1907 are buta white commonwealths all around,

t physics morals and intellectuals. Ha memory of the past. and the corrective power of the Federal will be out November 1st. It

is truly the "Intant wonder" of this Government to help the
country.Mr The Railroad Commission of Florida ment.Ve could certainly exper-I will contain eight pages of spicy read--
i has been established to .
protect m negroes from the
Brjan's quantitative theory of the people against the negative not furnish an ample population for the i ing matter and you should not miss
less than the positive, policies of the -
proposed State.
money. is getting some strong I the first number.
roads, that are hurtful to their In-
endorsements from the logic of
terests. Here u In Live Oak we are That magnificent majority of
events just now. More money to do
the business of the country with was the long-suffering victims of the negative about fifteen hundred for prohibitionin We are going to give a cash prize of $10,00 for the

what he called for in his memorable policy which refuses us decent Jefferson county, Alabama, of
campaign, and he thought as highlyof and adequate union depot facilities which Birmingham is the county seat best Ghost Story sent us by February 15th, J908. E
and we cry aloud to the commission is one of the most notable victoriesover
gold as silver for that purpose. Story must be original, and not exceeding 1,000
for help. An up-to-date city with
a the liquor traffic ever achievedin
The flood of gold now reaching New
bum depot is a violation of the words.
York from Europe is a mighty factorin this country. Birmingham is a
unities that calls for a prompt great industrial center with
restoring confidence in our money a cosmopolitan E
centers. remedy. We've got both the up-to- population, and the Send us 50 cents at once for a years subscriptionand

date city and tbe bum depot-a partnership saloons were so firmly entrenched
write the
story at convenience
i your
a. unnatural as that of a respectable there that to close them seemed
The Pensacola News takes the up t
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very sensible position that the pension I dtisen locked arms with a a proposition so hopeless as to he I I
granted by the State to the Con- I vagabond in the full glare of public absurd. But it has been done by such: THE SOUTHERNDrawer CYCLONE

federate veteran is not to reward ity. a superb rally of good men and wo- i ,

him for his devotion and loyalty; is State pension applicants under the men determined to throttle a giant I
not pay for services rendered, but its new law, who are impatient returns evil that the whole country will pause I!! 30 Live Oak. Fla. I

sole object is to help those who real- I will get some valuable information and wonder and admire. There is a ,

ly need it; to contribute that much tenable .. from the following from long and strenuous struggle ahead to II I bus IK'en abandoned now and the help us. The Railroad- :
them to buy the things they the Gainesville Sun: I' enforce the law and minimize the
blind statement of the general superintendent.of has been established to B.ve rt :
tiger evil but if the
must have to live on. This beiag I "A number of persons in Alachna same spirit
that has won this victory shall tbe road that the such cases, and the meeting
true the veteran who doesn't need I county who made application, for pensions survive present
the pension has no logical place o i i under the law enacted by the .1 the same resolute purpose to depot is good enough for Live Oak row night should appoint a :
tee of .'
the pension roll, and if be were not last Legislature are growing restless destroy an enemy of the commo'sgood I puts it right up to our people to take representative u'i.us. ttI.

there the State would be enabled to because they have not received war- j+ even the stealthy forms of the prompt and decided action and go before I determined men familiar wi'h I.Ti
Increase the pittance it gives to those rants for the past quarter. They j{I traffic will be so nearly put oat of I I the Railroad Commission asking facts, and send them to Tie

who need It. should bear in mind, however, that I 1 business that the results will fully the relief to which we are entitled. | to lay our case before the AIt

the State Board of Tensions have !.compensate the effort. Evidently a I II As we understand it, the Atlantic i As for the purpose of the ItB
I great moral tidal wave on this issue Coast to invade Conner stntt wi'h:'
Park Line
Trammel has successfullyresisted some ten thousand applications to j j I management has been
. the blandishments of the pass upon, and it is no small job. if of tbe liquor traffic is sweeping over ready all along to do its part In the I track and seriously impair u, ItJI
Tallahassee Sun which paper recently I your claim is allowed you will receivepa ( the land and while it plays havoc matter and has been held back by ties as an important )1I

discovered in him the most avail- from date of filing your application I with many established interests of the failure of the Seaboard people to street we don't doubt that

able candidate in sight for Governor, but you should not mistake the long standing, we can take comfort co-operate. The narrow, illiberal i Council which has full au: &III
and now formally announces that he receipt of a card from the secretaryof in the fact that those same established policy of the latter company is in- the premises, can be sat::,

is out for United States Senator to the board stating your claim has I interests have been playing aa comprehensible. Live Oak, as the i( to see that the rights of our u

succeed Mr Mallory. lie will an- been filed for the statement that it even greater havoc with social order leading interior city of the Stat-_ ner citiwas are protected: bra
nounce his platform later has been for an equal length of time and the growing all I bru
on. Mr. approved. You will be notified the while and constantly Let us hare a genuine mass
Trammel is personally unassailable as to final action on jour claimat vital interests of the country have increasing the patronage it gives to ing of the people of Live

and his public career thus far has some future time, and until then compelled their abatement. It is the roads, is one of the most important morrow Bight at the :;
been creditable. lIe will make a )ou need not expect a warrant. nonsense to talk about fanaticism in points on the Seaboard line In j take vigorous and decided
good but withhold such a case; it is the irrepressible instinct Florida
race we our pre- and wise management would I this matter of paranv unf
diction as to whether it will be a win- And now the proposition is to reopen of self preservation. certainly dictate that the road should'I portance. toda'I

ning race until after the returns from the Jamestown Exposition in cultivate friendly relations with hoCk _
r the primaries are in next )'ear. the spring of 190S. and the board of 1t.UXT Till ('Ol'HTIIOl'--: a community, at least to the extentof YeII
TOlOmmIGIIT.: Fish Fry Jt :\hr.ht.
directors is considering the advisv I'I doing simple justice in the matter I
We welcome the stalwart aid 0: oilitv of such a plan. The exposition A meeting of the Live Oak Boardof of furnishing a decent depot. We A fish fry at Gum Slomh ",

the Tampa Times in our effort to feel didn't have a fair opportunity this I Trade and our citizens generally have made every appeal possible and i joyed by a Jolly part 'a.,' '

up reform and evolute the Florida jear. It was not possible to complete i has been called by President Hill- have patiently waited for our dws land Mrs. B P. Coachmn :\

razorback hog Into an improved type it until the season was more than half : man for the courthouse tomorrow in this matter, but in vain. i I I I' Mrs J. S. Roof, Vand

that will look better, taste better gone, and the result has been disappointment : night, and the letter of Hon Chaa. H. The union depot here is a disgrace i[ R. E. McNeill, Mr anl.

,, ,weigh more and bring more money in I I to many visitors and an !: Brow. president of the City Council, to the roads and a discredit to Live S. A. Hiaely. )lr. anti M"I .
+..uie open market. The Times says: i army of knockers in all parts of the published in yesterday's Democrat, Oak. It is inadequate in every way |I!I Taylor Mrs. C A II ird* *'.

: t "We desire to second the Lire Oak country. It is really one of the very shows the main purpose for which and so foul dirty, fcrubby and disgusting ''I Wigfield, Miss Blake, II V !
bun pcrat In Its war on the razor- best of all the big expositions held In j| the meeting is to be held. Mr. Brown that it hurts our city in the and O O. Williams tompoSed

lessjjj vg. The only good quality of this country and its merits have been I well says that in tbe matter of a new esteem of every passenger on the ]!i party and from the rej.or' .;

WHot U that it has the capacity obscured by its misfortunes. It is union depot here forbearance has roads, gives us a bad name all over ': this morning, the occaj -""n n.

i Oak Flo eon11nced by having the fe- I now complete in all its departments !ceased to be a virtue The Seaboard the country and denies us the facilities i been the finest time a-j.. fi-

h ber A.LESLIE. I1)i fulUy bred to something'properly and if the manag ent will secure I'Air Line management may not have to which ue are clearly entitledin j':,lever afforded. There w;, ;,:,..'

fed,' If that some new and notable futures to add intended to deceive our people in this common decency, and justice. By I good things to eat and '.'., :5.
'
Y; ,I 'ta meat is neither so to it next year it will probab' affair but as a matter of fact, *e virtue of our importance among the I j I,;I I trout and bream wti .. ,-.n. :

\eap as that of any draw a very heavy patronage and I' nave been deceived and misled and cities of Florida and tbe heavy trafficwe I t! ready for the fry when ".f .. t

. & wine. The sole come succeed in paying out. No other induced to think for more a year I furnish to the railroads we should ;',I Some of the gentler'r. "' 'h;f,

. Attorneys \ razor back to'' great show is booked for 1SOV5; why past that the plans were in uropara- have a handsome up-to-date union have not fully recover i ,I : .;t .
Is here and that It not rally around the drooping Tames- non for a new depot and that its construct depot. and as the roads have failed feet of their efforts :

... idle for the introg I town giant and give it the felP It :on was OTU.:. a ma'T'r of a short '.nti1\) [..utience U exhausted to furnish the supper as they wr. c ,_

; better." deserves! time But aii tire'-' 'nce of that kind j we must appeal to the law to the streets: up to a 1 h'. -r
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r LOCAL NEWS 180r GUNS 1807 ;'" : !on. The school is also Christian, be- Interview took place at our present

i t __ I' IIIHInt 'I: I ling I under the care of the Colored "union station" while waiting for his

DsWyd : Baptist church. An effort is made, train. The Democrat man took occasion -

t7Tcits icy Lowe, aged 74 years, Having brought back over School Books : I says President Jones, to train the to point out to Mr. Morgan the

r lt ,- home in the Pine Grove $2,000 worth of Guns with me, I heart in sound religious principles, fact that the white waiting room has
b
.4 at
* yesterday, and will be offer same at prices that defy ASupplies i as well as the mind in other things. seating capacity for only fifteen persons -

;dement todaY at the family burying'mod competition.Single barreled Rem- School | The institution, though twenty- when all seats are occupied. It

Creek In Hamilton seven years old. is poor In both was also pointed out that oftentimes
at Swift ingtons new, $6; double barreled OF THE
. Lowe was the widow of '!equipment and buildings. It needs passengers for three trains are wait-
'flu Lowe Mrs, and leaves five child- hammerless guns new, $15. i }Flo\icllt ))(1(.(; (f icllyt I help and the work it is doing appeals ing at one time while transient pas-

* all of whom reside in this coun- $1,000 worth of second-hand guns i t i not only to those of the colored sengers coming in from the Florida

.)do )lrs;. Lowe was a devout member -: all prices. Repeating rifles and I Gllt'tttiltl. I i race who may be able to help it, but Railway and Live Oak, Perry & Gulf

'* Methodist church. pistols at cost. I to the white citizens of this section of the C. C. COOK Pr .
I n I for not only moral sympathy at the same time. This was evidence

Sa Jl'daI" Daily. SEE THE ELEPHANT GUN J ive Oak : : : : nJ4..... .1 !l lf I.and support, but financial help, that I that the present accommodations are

.fiul Is here today fromjjlstrlct B I it may be made more effective in Its Inadequate. Then the whole depot,
w A. McCook ; j j :; II I I jilin: : I I' '
r *. |i efforts to better the negro race among its appearance and lack of facilities
Noj --
s Wolfe on Corner j us by training them for useful, up- generally were discussed. Mr. Morgan -

i of Rossburg is In town : We learn that T. F Ward, livinga right lives and to be good citizens was also informed that the mat-
,
Bass
.
.L short distance from town buried
' hereafter. ter of station would
a new passenger
eta! today. I IB.l. W. H. Cameron, of Lancaster, wall: his little two->ear-old son MondavHev I very likely be brought before the
In the city yesterday on business. I J. T Butler held the funeral
from ihe0lj I Commission at early date. He
Lamb is here today Communication from Tampa. a very
neighborhood. services The Democrat extends assured the Democrat reporter that
\ Sink sympathy the Tampa, Fla, Oct. 28, 1907.
10 sorrowing parents. the Commission would give the matter -
r FOR SALE-Two 16-foot rowboatsand Throughout the entire State satisfaction
f, the out-of- careful consideration when it was
g. j. Brown is among two buggies. Both in good con- The negro, James Allen, who cut is expressed at the fact that brought before them.

yn visitors here today. dition. Apply to J. J. Kinsman's Mr. Jenkins Saturday night, was arraigned the Florida State Fair is to be he-d

blacksmith shop. dl-wl yesterday afternoon before in Tampa from February 5th to 22nd I
: Shop Hagen, of Pine Grove, is lui Judge Conner and his preliminary -when the tourist season' is at its I Protracted Meeting at New harmony

today, trading. FOR SALE-Spirit barrels of best hearing set for tomorrow. In the fullest height-instead of in Novem 'hurch, November 2nd.

white oak, standard syrup barrels of i' meantime he under five ber. Thousands of tourists will then
of i'lger Lake, is was placed a Pinemount, Fla., Oct. 28, 1907.
j. y. Helton, best cypress, only a limited supply of I I hundred dollar bond, which thus far attend the fair, making the numberof Dear Dt"mocrat-Please announce
business.
fcrt today on the syrup barrels. All orders filled he baa been unable to give and is in visitors from other States five or through jour paper that there will bea

promptly. Operators Cooperage Co, Jail awaiting his hearing ten times larger than that of former
Furgerson, of Houston, protracted meeting to begin at New
Eliza
in. Live Oak, Fla. d2wlA fairs.
shopping. Harmony church, near Luravlllc,
i y the dty today, State Fairs held in Tampa for three
We learn
that last
Monday was November 2. The meeting will be
team ran this in years past have proved to be grand
away morning the first time for some weeks that
conducted by the assisted
pastor by
from ,
is here today
D. )(. Warner the west end of the city and threw successes in every particular, and
our major's court had nothing at all
Sink community. W II. McLeod, of Ft. Myers, and W
Rocky the occupant, Henry Delegal, out of to do on Monday morning. Heretofore especially in attracting homeseekersto S. McMannen of Aucilla Everybody
the wagon and sprained his back. ': various sections of the State. Thatof
Saturday night and Sunday
invited to attend. Sincerely,
of
and wife, Rossburg,
I.W. Espey While the injury is not serious It is I have found one or more of the unruly February will be on an Infinitely F. P. McCALL.

ct to the city today, shopping. very painful. Mr. Delegal was attended I element bent on mischief, and larger and grander pcale, however.

by Drs. White and Creek- consequently would get tangled up The attendance of homeseekers and

Jssle Hurst, of Padlock, was more. with our police force, and have to prospective investors will be much THE BON TONAll

toes OB our streets this morning.I. answer before the major We are larger. A larger number of counties

and individuals will be represented -
glad to note that the diligence of otir
Mercer, of Rocky Sink, is a Stetson University is crowded this officers is beginning to have such a in the various departments of ex- are invited to inspect my line of
\"paT
e vlOO.OJJ library is being
in the city today.
tufaess visitor hibition, and the horse races and fall
built. The Normal school is twice as wholesome effect on the tough characters new goods. Hats, dress goods,
I and which element other amusements will be of a higher laces, embroideries hose
among us. underwear
big as it ever was. The College of
1 T. Hurst and wife, of Rossburg, class.
The directors of willpositl"ely
the fair
: we hope, too, is less corsets all
in
Liberal Arts is nearly doubled. The growing nuzubers ready now for Inspection.
m here this morning, shopping. al1ono attraction of a
as well. New voile skirts Just arrived.
Academy is bigger. The school of
cheap character on the grounds.
Station music is four times as big as it was Standard Pattersns. Fashion sheets
f.a Mercer, of Mercer is General satisfaction has been expressed -
itailness visitor in the city today.l four years ago. Florida 1ti..titute. I at the fact that the directors given to any one who calls for same.

In response to an invitation, the will not allow the sale of intoxicating Come, look while In town.

J. Forney-Duval. of Rixford, is FOR SALE-A six-month-old full editor of the Democrat, yesterday liquors on or near the fair grounds,

[trans the business visitors in the blool d Jersey: male, well grown for morning, visited the Florida Institutein all directors being unanimously opposed Mrs. C. W. Bache.

r?today. age. Price, $5.00.ppl) to Demo- this city, an institution for the to such sales The Tampa

crat office, or address Box 205, Live education of the colored youth, and City Council which has the legal

L S. Albritton, a substantial Su- Oak, Fla. made an address before the faculty right to prevent saloons being placed .\HII ISTIt.\Tmx .NOTICE.

wee county citizen, is on ourLeeti and student body, and in a measure anywhere near the grounds, stands Notice is hereby given that I, the

today. I"IIU'l'tlJ1t'.tl.a"s ".ail)'. looked into the character and extentof emphatically with the directors on undersigned, administratrix upon the

W. II and of Wellborn the work done. We this No ill results have
-- Ogden son, being were subject been
estate of S. E. Thompson, deceased,
tfesiel L. Norton and two daugh- are business* visitors in the city today.T. very much gratified to find that the reported from the sale of intoxicantson i
will, on the 25th day of November
i ta,of Pine Grove, are here today, school is one of superior order and the grounds in former dears, but
1907. at the court house in Live Oak,
tlnJ.L I. )McIntosh of Luravilte, came real merit The discipline seems to the directors, out of deference to the
Fla., present to J, N Conner, County
up this morning to look after business be thorough and the deportment and views of thousands of Florid 1us-

I. Brown, a prosperous farmer matters in the city tOO&). general bearing of the students indicates men women and children will, under Judge, my accounts and vouchers of

fib rocky Sink neighborhod, 'stei -- that the teachers and ao circumstances, countenance the said estate for annual settlee eat,

> ,today, trading. Capt. C. S. Le Fever, of Luravilte, managers in charge of the training sate September 20, 1901.ELIZABETH.

is among the badness visitors In the have been successful in imparting a Enthused over the prospects for THOMPSON, ,

l B. Brown, a substantial Stie city today. .cultivation that is highly commend good to Florida the railroads hav Sept. O-6t days Administratrix.

to county citizen, called at thet able. Perfect order was noticeable decided to grant low rates from hil A CONVICTS Ll'CK.

cat office this morning and Sheriff: Hfekerson west down to throughout the morning exercises and sections on account of the fair. They
*N IP his the of all will do this la of the fact that
subscription date one Branford this morning summosUng I prompt responses on part spite IhHtiu for (31111"n.
tit jurors for the fall term of Circuit r the students The grounds and the granting of such rates will affect

court. II buildings were clean and neat, and their tourist business Many prominent Chicago, Oct. 2S.Speaker Joseph

1ft Card Grubb, rector of the the students were all neat in their men are expected to attend G. Cannon's official campaign for tie

uulchurch In this city, rc- The negro Will Norris. who got I dress and appearance In fact from .the "fair, including William Jennings presidential nomination was started

***faraday night, accompanied into trouble at Luravilte last weeu. i j i what we could learn neatness and Bryan Governor Hoke Smith tit today at a meeting of fourteen Illinois

:ta*&from Richmond, Va where was arraigned yesterday afternoon '; cleanliness everywhere is emphasized C.j -,:.1. Governor Joseph Folk of j Republican: congressmen at the

hl been to attend the great con- and his preliminary hearing set for I at all times bj the teachers One of Missouri and others. Every county auditorium. It was decided to place r
*:&A of the Episcopal cl\urch 'f November 2nd. In default of bond. I'' the principal efforts being made by 'in Florida should be represented. Speaker Cannon in the race whether

***- Mr. Grubb had a delights i.e is in jail I|! the teachers is to thoroughly im- ne acquiesced or not but when the
4 iaitmctlve mind of studentthe speaker was called in at the tend of
the J
': trip, heard the !I I press upon every Mr. ft.ran: luteriet e4l. .
three hours' conference, he threw vp
of London and other great i: importance of their forming
V|aU church, went down to the Brick work on the Parohte build habits of industry and ever keeping Hon. John L. Morgan, of White his bands and said: "Well boy \\,11

a II Tlrpnla'here the church ing is being pushed along at a print I!i in mind to do what they do well. In Springs. a member of the Railroad be boys, do as yon please." F.e:

s fou4e4 on this continent, and good pace. A few days more will i I i his connection they have an Industrial Commission, was in the city for awhile Illinois congressmen who WNt' 11'1-

muds to Washington. lie re- make a marked difference m the appearance I I department where to some extent I this morning and was seen bya able to be present are slaw Uaj-k ,.f

t2 r!Iooking In fine health and evibettered of that part of town on account I* a technical training is carried I representative of the Democrat The the movement

l by his of these strwtures ____ _u _____
trip, as he -
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twenty pounds n-m-mi in n++++++++++++++*+*+*t W+11 + J!.+++++++++++++ "IIIIII 4+f"II"I ?
than he left ++++++++++++++++lI1.J++++
a:: here with. We it
to have
the
good rector

rt.t r.a..dsy II-agaIn Daily.ed47 looking so well. I 'Having; Formed Ourselves Into a Co-partnership,


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tOUII". of Nixon, was In town +: 1

We take this method of thanking ouri


lilt t Perkins dar.ta. ..of Paxton, was a visitor i friends and former customers for past i .

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Ballenune and wife, of + favors and solicit a continuance of the {


""'came-Tllle.in--this morning I same for the new firm. We will carry i ,


0 l\, II &I1d l'e BOn Dail,,of. Pine Mount, i at all times a full Line of DRY GOODS


,Irt o.-tl0pping tOday.- AND GROCERIES. : : : : : : 3BAISDEN

iQ. Byrd, of Rlxford, wayy. I Ii

-, shopping.Pik I
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cIr! of Rizford was in & WHITE

.' shopping. i't" r
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> of Suwanee Station,
day On business. FLORIDA.
OAK -
who has been In LIVE I .

.cit77, came up Sunday :
s _sad ,
returned
';t. yes- f I '' II' p++i '''"+UIIU '' "I II..r in m

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H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance Com.
!j E. J. BLUME, 1st Vice-President. J. B. BARTON, President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER: Cashier.

D. L. BYRD 2nd Vice-President.
W.

I Capital and Stockholders, Liability $100,000.00.;



THE CITIZENS' BANK OF LIVE OAK,



fa A BANK OF STABILITY WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.A .


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(:\ STOX, TEXAS, IV TilE GRIP WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1907. L x I I QRD, Prl'PfI tor. PHONE 159. FREE Dzun aiN
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SUITS. l'M>KU\\ttAK. Xh"nnowx SKIRTS. t'LTR.SHOES.. i_
_' t
J Special "one-of-a-kind" models in Now is the time for heavy underThe express man has just t

tailor-made suits J12 50 to |25.00. line Everywhere "Ultra" shop u,1 I
ONE WOMAN WAS ElUfD i wear.'e have a specially good brought us a new shipment of
ij I They are jade of finest broadfor ladies and children. f.Chiffon Panama Skirts in all noted for their smart style Br;!

j clothes worsteds cheviots and fancy New shipment of infants' wool that is not all. The new "nta"jstjles
shades of brown from the "Star"Skirt
mixtures lined with satin vests 40 to 75 cents each. Just are the best money1 vats!

And a CJooiI Many Others \\ ere Seriously j The tailoring and trimmings at'what the ladies have been wanting Co. of shoes we have 1
InjuredGalveston I of the very finest as found only in for the little ones Too much cannot be said of the ever sees g;
j the highest priced suits. "Star" skirt. Quality and style their prices.S e only ask loft!

Don't fail to visit our suit department HOW cu T11IxG. cannot be equaled at any where to see them. For to see ttea)
f
Oct. 30.-A northwest j if you are the least bit interested near the prices. Having 400 styles to want a pair. Many smart,set
!e Perfect alterations free.'e haven't the room to carry a to select from we are able to carstyles now on sale. :
duration with heavyrain
storm of short 'j Sample line of silk jumper suits, complete line of boys' clothing so ry a large stock and only buy ODe f fe
passed over this city early today no two alike, $9.9S to $12.98. will close The wind attained, a velocity of t' all found in the "Ultra ;
7 owt Suits, $1 :50 to $3.x0.nt shot
for two minut ..
hour
72 miles an every size of a kind but all sites in Popular prices, $!50 to $Ut. i
About twenty frame houses were I the lot. Extra pants 25c to 75e. :
blown down, one woman being kille-l 1:1' __ i i111nCr.lio

in a falling structure. It is estimated : : IW miM-noor nUT>. i in
that twent persons were injured -- i
in the western part of the cit, where I 11 F W. have the newest rubberized :

the wind was severe Several bu-u- fi I I rainproof coats, in black blue and 1 rJ tI .

ass houses were unroofed and the ; I.ID. at $9.59.

stocks of goods were slightly damaged : i

by water. The Mallory line wharf I' HI'tX.\ 1"S. ;

shed was damaged to the extent ot j j"e

several thousand dollars. A few cars \\ still tare a large assortment = 4 II Ig i iU' IH

in the railroad yards were blowu i .
nill ends of gtnghams.chambry.mairas I
from the track. The gulf remained I i .r I
I : percal and table linen. Prices I
normal. There was no interruption
to traffic. t .T are less than wholesale at the present i i .
I i
market :

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Frank/lark Makes Notable iTohibi- ,

lion Speech la Jacksonville. I I lUG CASK AIGt'EI>. I The house occupied by Prof

fTimes-Union., 30th.) lace wa sowned by Miss A. E wal-I! Selling Out At Cost,

Congressman Frank Clark was the ht1 hich oo.OOnt' of Honda I III and was insured for $900 and I

speaker of honor at the prohibition Ijimlrt> Involved. \\allaqa had $300 Insurance on his

meeting &.t the foot of Main street last II Pensacola Journal 29th) furniture The house occupied by I

night. President Erwin of the prohibition Vn important case which involves :Mr. McLeod was owned by C. J. )lc- i Every Tuesday and Tnursdayj of eact

league called the people as the possession of 200,000 acres of I Gehee and was insured for $1,000 .
Good
I week all entire stock of Dry :
sembled to order at 8 clock sharp land, was argued on demurrer before i I but )Ir. McLeod had no insurance oa my

and referred to the honor )lr. ClarK Judge Sheppard in the United States I his household goods. I and Shoes

did Jacksonville in being present, and court jesterday The title of the The fire company had a long and

then introduced the lion A. II. King, suit is H G. Peters vs. Neill G. wa-I hard run to make and we learn did FOR CASH

who in turn introduced the distinguished deco Southern Timber and Naval i iI well, and made a hard fight after
Bcgining November 5th for eight weeks.
speaker of the evening I Stores Co., and the trustees of the reaching the fire thereby preventin;

Congressman Clark was at his best Internal improvement fund and the i. further spread of the flames and avery F. M. Green, : : : Branford, Fliotne

and he held his audience in rapt at : suit seeks to restrain these parties ninth worse conflagration. .
tention from start to finish. lIe was: I from disposing of large tracts of land The Democrat joins the friends oc ----"

both argumentative and witty, and : which the plaintiff alleges is his by these unfortunate families in extending \ of \pplitation for Tax I>eIndtr : :; I;;;:; : : I ,
made the strongest plea for the prohibition I! purchase sympathy in the sudden loss of (

of the liquor traffic ever I The suit was recently brought tnelr homes and expressing thanks Section H of ChapterISXS I HAVE NOU :

made in this citv. He gave his rea and yesterdayC.. S Jennings representing to the fire boys for their heroic and i Laws of lorida.. I II I g NOTICED THE I IXITOL

sons for the stand he was taking, !I the Internal Improvement timely work Notice is hereby given that E. B .f
citing many that impelled him to the board submitted a demurrer to the Sit
I McLeran, purchaser of Tax Certifi-
course The speaker among other granting of the injunction which was CltOls .s\\i: TlIK l>.\\".
things said that he voted for prohibition I' argued at length: Maxwell & Reeves cate No 7, dated the 5th day of June ADV ERTISING AND OfftR iN Ti*> j jIICVIC !

in his county in Gt'Orglat"ent.ofive 3 appearing for the plaintiff :\. D. 1905 has filed said certificate !
Ii Vovt'IIH'nt tIt Our :staple Crops trhii., : L\tics' : JOUL"MWO'lAN'S
ears ago; that he did the In the bill of complaint. the plaintiff in ray office and has made applica- NOS i
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same thing in this state twenty years : sets forth that for building cer- tin iiihl from I:urope.New" I tIO'1 CO
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance ,
ago and that he proposed to battle tain railroads in the State the Atlantic York Oct. 29.-The enormous I i| 5ATUWDAN EVENING: : I POST
with law
Said
against the saloon wherever he Gulf and Sewanee Railroad Co. certificate embraces COlULJr N DO-INCATCR it: i
: influence which American products the ii
found one as long as he might liveHe was granted large tracts of land by following described property i I i
pleaded with the boys who were the legislature about 200,000 acres' are exerting in building up a situated in Suwannee County, PRODUCTS $W 0 =
10 SANITOl
credit balance abroad has been the
from the Florida to-wit: Lot 52: '
about to cast their first vote to cast i iof which was later acquired x210 feet ,

it against the open saloon, he cited i railroad bv purchase bv the plaintiff most signal development of the fin- northeast corner Block 19, \\ellborn I' -

It that the respectable man who could He now desires to restrain the trustees .ancial situation todav Reports from I The said land being assessed at frog i
I Fill in of the coupons |
all quarters show that the great \merican one
take a drink or let it alone was the from disposing of this land to the date of the issuance of such certl- ;, above Journals with our nain n j
sta les--wbeat. cotton,
. most dangerous man in a community, other parties copper ficate in the name of Unknown. ; Druggist, mail it to the Sam:
. < and warned the young against their I Judge Sheppard took the case ender !' tosAcro. oil. meats-are on their Cnless : LABORATORY, with One Doi |i
said certificate shall be r !- order ct: !
way to Europe. this being the season They will send \ru an
he 5ald.ere
example such men, advisement
; ''of the year when American productsare deemed according to law tax deed us for the ten inducts.; (Ret :
"colonel"f
usually called "judge" or
I. I marketed abroad The immediate will issue thereon on the Sth day of value $2.70. I
and as such were looked up to, not .\ Rxl Hum. j
i effect of these shipments is to give November, A. D. 1907. ; '1
drunkard.
the rummy or common I
I This morning, about eight o'clock, the United States a credit abroad Witness my official signature and I
f III IVlltlO. the residences of Prof. J. H. Wallace which be speedily converted into
can
A i j seal this the 15th day of October, SuwanneeI
kefavored and Joe McLeod on the north end of cash.
said
Continuing, the speaker .\. D. 19P7 il !
i prohibition into politics ; Houston street. were totally destroyed ; These natural resources of thecountry IH
putting Seal
( ) J. W. BRYSOX,
to a certain extent especially inmunicipalities by fire Fire started. we learn promise to exert even greater Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee Cou.1- I Company]
I and counties, when itcarne from a defective flue in Prof. Wal ; influence than the sale of Ameriican Drug

to making up the slate for the lace's house, aad before the alarm securities abroad. The latterhave tv. Florida. w-octlS-lt ;: n :!

conservators of the peace' suchas could be sounded and the fire company to some extent suffered discredit .r ,
great : "r;: :: ;; : II'
had
the flames i
sheriffs and reach the place under recent pressure, but the intrinsic I
I majors police judge f In Circuit Court, State of Florida, ..--:::;;;;;
made such headway as that it was lliinl ------ -
so on. i value of \merican staplesused Judicial Circuit, Suvvanneeountv.

Congressman Clark's arraignment I impossible to save scarcely anything I abroad, and their colossal aggregate (' In Onnctry. ,f CO
: had )!.tttie Harden, ( ed to '
the building and also oniplauiant, vs.1.. appearfiled
of the saloons was drastic but it was at all from at this period of the year u -
11. harden iKfemUnt. in bald <
i caught in }lr. McLeod house which the reach of financial distrust. .)m'e re'f
without I beyond '
made in a kindly manner It appearing by affidavit appended I dav. the :2nd : i
abuse, irony or invective He contended !stood on the adjoining lot and in to the bill filed in the above-stated Ica.uIIt' | 1907otherwi': "_ ,_.3..",ous edlJ"
that prohibition prohibited; i{ spite: of all that could be done, it too I j 111IS Slit that \\ H. harden, the defendant ; bill will be tai:-" : ': ;;;

soon reduced to ashes Quite I therein named is a nonresident j defendant t}
was
this
that the only thing necessary<< for i the furniture and other household 160 acres of the best grade; of land of the State of Florida, and is a 1 It is further (, ,', r. 1 that '
e"illth prohibitory law on the I lot of resident of the United States j (,.a" ae J:
a removed from this in the countv Two head of hones: but : order be pub! : ;
the officers imbued effects were more particularly unknown and that .. \\,3,
consecutiv
-
eight
statute looks was Ii it bnntod :'!> head of cattle: 15 head of hot*. ; ?sperm
n.v..s
before
however there is no in the '
and purpose; in building person State of' wannee Demons t
spirit e.
with the right cited the down. The fire company had hard \>n<> buggy and one wagon 17% Florida the service of a subpoena up- fished in said C'I' ,r.: and Sta
.. support of his position he tomtkon >,' '",,i, nf r.. Reason for selling, on whom would bind said defendant, This October :: <, 19.)1 9J'
I the &*xt batldtef
..: fact that Polk county had been dry work to save accovot ot a i \\ Ii. :, .. I ""tusiaes beside and that said defendant is over the (Seal) .J W ERr Cat
years, aad that an adjoining tot oe age of twentytte years; it is therefore t'k k Circuit tJ:
for the pat twenty ji at I __ v I S. flisvrd.i.ura ,oct
wind that was blowing ordered that said nonresidentd .
be voted wet with a contrary f J L LEE
: it could not tie time. r I \ ii'* Fla nov I"_t ..f"nJ irt be and he is hereby requir- Solicitor f"r '' _'1:1ant:
; galling gun. I


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