Live Oak daily Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075905/00174
 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00174
 Related Items
Related Items: Suwannee Democrat

Full Text
.r.N Pr .+... .
: -

ter' T Jas

-, 1a

; Ek


l \l }

l' :rI


i it




! .
,.."\ I ,

' \\ERE I
', I t'II'
REFCEU.js1ytRtThRD( .

. {


r Msa pn ;; I Is

1 Tyry Me Now Foiwd to Seek Market and Financial Situation -

;S Other Easploymeat.tql the Cause, -

,. ..

York, Nov. Following the .jt I Charlotte, N. c., Nov. 7.-At a

I calling off of the telegraphers's meeting of the Southern Hard Yarn

by the local union the offices ( t Spinners 'Association, held in this

(it the Western Union were crowded ::1 1i ,)1a I city this evening, an agreement was

iib applicants today, who sought to adopted looking to the curtailment of

< their old positions. None production at least one-third, duringthe

pry accepted however, the company s r period beginning November 11,

g IU force up to the original M vf ending January I, 1908. Manufac-

Tuesday. By 10 o'clock this turers representing in the aggregate

B niaithe waiting list was full, and 750,000 spindles were present, and

|tt more names were taken. these unanimously subscribed to the

:Fjlboot 200 former employes of the agreement. The condition of the cot-

Mtal Telegraph and Cable Company, ton market and the financial situationwas

ko, applied for their old places in theaay' given as the reasons for the curtailment -

; 'I main office In this city Another meeting will be

iera o told i that there was nothing for called for Thursday, November 14, at

-' hat all vacancies had been which time the mills not represented

IBecL "I'wl h." said one woman today are expected to subscribe to the

left the building In tears after agreement.

i had been told that there was no

s'ert for her, "that the advice of TEN SAILORS KILLEDOn

[Nana President Small in urging

_t: a general strike had been ac- German 'Schoolshlp by Explosionof

s w '!fl 4 4 k3& p q J sp Boilers.

Kiel Nov 6.-The boilers of the
City Council Proceedings.Uve j j 4 E
I schoolship ,Blucher explodedthis
Oak, Fla., Nov. 6, 1907.
morning while the vessel was
10 O'clock A. M.
Russell in POlL near Murwick
ffltj Council met pursuant to callas Washington
It is stated that ten men were killed -
--- -- ----- -

KaJar. and thirty dangerously injured.At .
J Tent: C. H. Brown. President of ENGINEER FOUND DEAD.Probable HEDGED IN A CHIMNEY. I GOMHtNOIl 1UX>\II\M TESTIFIESGoes :: a late hour to-night ten bodies

tlttdl and aldermen S. J. White, D.
had been found on board the school-
@iM ia. T. S. Anderson J. E. in Hold of Steamerat What Happened to Negro Burglar
... Suicide Fur Hack and Tells About {)iss- ship, and a roll call of the crew
W. J. Hlllman and J. M. Bar- ) Trying the HueRoute to a Store
Iinli. showed
that no other miss-
ton Sale -l.OOO.OOO Acres of men were
i Tuskegee, Ala, Nov. A.&: ?Dav.e I .. '"
(Miami News-Record) Land. ing. Several of the wounded men are
body was called to order byimtfdent. Crawford a young negro tewnty
not to
W. T. Keogh, chief engineer of tne expected recover.
and the mayor's call, years of age, has possibly seen his Tallahassee, Fla., Nov 6.-Former Three hundred of the
quarantine steamer McAdam was I crew were
the object of the meeting, last S\''.: mer. Last night during the Gov. Bloxham was before the Investigating absent with
maneuvering the
found dead in the hold of that vessel
}md and ordered filed. "wee sma' hours." Dave had a de- Commission yesterday and
yesterday morning about nine o'clock. the time of the explosion.The .
meters preventing the spread of sire to vest himself with propertythat gave an accoount of his stewardshipas
Blucher is the German
His body was found in the after torpedo
and contagious diseases Intdty belonged to another without the Governor in 1881 when the Hamilton -
part of the vessel and considerable schoolship She was built at Kiel In
of the Disston deal was made a sale of
I were discussed. After which knowledge or consent owner
it ot and usually has on board about
dlMculty was Incurred in getting
; :**. of council, the mayor was In- the search M. S. Russell, a country merchant, 4,000,000 arces of land for $1,000- 260 officers and men Her armament
the hatchway Previous
I to employ an assistant sanl'iupector living five miles south of this place. 000 and concerning which since the
I dead of several old 9-Inch
which resulted In finding the
to help In making a Some time during the night Dave beginning of the Inquiry a great deal
i Krupp and smaller
guns some quick-
had ,
the vessel
man, the crew of
3 IN to house canvass and report went to the house, a small country has been said in the papers of the firing
! heard coming from below the I guns.
itf inch canvass to the mayor. groans store, with a stack chimney (store state in the way of criticism. American
i decks of the steamer but for some Sympathy Navy
Uce i No. 66, introduced by S. room In front and bedroom in the I In a large measure Gov. Bloxham'stestimony Washington D. C., Nov. 6.-Upon
search made for a con-
reason no
MIRe,a member of the city coun- rear), pulled off his shoes and wenton was in rebuttal the tes- hearing of the disaster to the Ger-

. ,,,,s pit upon Ita first reading by siderable time. At last when no fur- top of the house to make an entrance II timony given last week by Samuel A. man government vessel Blucher, Sec-

..... By vote of council. It1rd ther sounds were heard, lanterns by going down the chimney.Evt'r.thlng Swann, who was sent to Europe to retary Metcalf sent a cablegram to

were lighted and the hold was searched. readiness he got on negotiate a sale of the lands. Mr.
its tint reading. By two- in I Lieutenant Commander W L. Howard -
.. The body was as far aft as it Swann testified that he did not knowof
t and his descent
teti of council, the rules were top of the chimney began American naval attache at Berlin
for to crawl, and
was possible one the Hamilton Disston transaction
''dived and ordinance But his anatomy was too
same was directing him to express to the officials 1
f was quite cold when found. In a until after it had been made circumvented
,It -
__ IU second reading by title large for the opening, of the German the -
navy sympathy
pocket of the man's clothes was founda got wedged about half way down the sale of 3,000,000
of the American navy of the loss
1, note dated yesterday which was and there he had to remain until this .'acres that he had consumated with
of life and the wounding of so
see-mating. written neatly and Intelligibly which morning, when Mr Russell went to I English and French capitalists. The many

: was now put upon showed that it had been Inscribed make a fire When the fire began to I I former Governor gave in testimonythat men. i !

while the writer was In full possession )Ir. Swann fully aware of ,
Ittlrt to "tell the news" was
burn, Dave began
reading and final ,
passage Jurors For Fall Term Circuit Court. :
;11"4 by lections Upon call of of his faculties. The note read and let 'em know of his uncomfortable the pending transaction with Disston The following is the jury list for

"To my one Dear Friend: It is my and was present at a meeting in Phil- 111
: condition.
fh following vote was re- the fall term of Circuit Court.
last request that you pack the things It 'took some time to locate him, adelphia between him as Governor of I
J. W. Hall, J. J. Corbett J. D ;
that are in the lower drawer of the }Ir. Russell the state and Disston's attorneys
H. Brown S. J. White, and by the time that Tompkins, H J. Cannon, W. P. Lip-
dresser, in my suit case Will. when the sale negotiated.Gov. .
l down the was
itu i, J. E. could get assistance, tear
Wood, T. S AnW. sey J. S. Alderman, H J. Carmichael
Later it was discovered that Mr Bloxham asserted that the
on Davie he wasa
and liberate ,
J. Hlllman MScuu. chimney
and J. Edmond Godbold, W. II Richardson,
.. Keogh had a mother living at Bowling well roasted negro, from head to Disston deal was in every respect as
Y B. M Carroll. J. C. Balsden. E. D.
Green, Ky.. and a telegram was foot although his clothing was not good and in some respects better than
Blanchard, R. E. Warner, R. M. Car
I sent to her asking Instructions as to scorched A fire had the sale that Swann had made. Swann
Ordinance burned or even
No. 66, was now de- ver, A Williams, H V. Johns .\.
l rtrnlarly the remains of her son been in the chimney all day but had sold 3,000,000 acres at 30 centsan
passed, and ordered J. Rice, II. A. Thompson, L. F Par-
to enter, it acre and his commission was five
to the the time he attempted
(: mayor for his approv- at nell. Perry Mobley, J. Q. A. Hatcher,
>,'J i The Alabama legislaturecon'enE'd had all died down, but the bricks cents an acre; the Disston deal called W. C. Peterson, B M Martin E. 1..

*sees I yesterday, chiefly to enact more laws for the price of 25 cents an acre, all
uncomfortably warm.
was ordered till 3.30 were Clark, W. T. Carroll, R F. Hays, W -
Intended to bring the railroads to intended to have cash and that amount of cash was
tt. Davie evidently
this date. A. Robinson, Henry Bailey, I. W.
but it had hardly been organ- ] this needed to settle the Pose Judgment
terms or blood, for when
goods Touchton, W. It. Smith, J. M. Kite. _
I ized before five State prohibition bills I in the chimney, he against the fund.
C. H BROWN, morning wedged II. New some, J. E Carter. W. T. 1
Clerk. were introduced The indications are had in his hand a 44-caliber pistol. TheIn'estlgatlon closed after the {
I"ITS"- Pres. Council. Clark J. V Brown and J. M TM'ry.
f uvs O.\.Fla.NOV. that next year. Alabama, like Georgia He is now behind the bars with the taking of the Bloxham testimony and yl

f 6, 1907. will be without an open saloon physician attending his burns the members of the Commission lefi e
1:10 PDf. hilled IimliiU- Partridge. t4
[ i 9iJ! Cesacil within its borders. while he is silently lamenting what Tallahassee.To .

met pursuant to re2"5 might have beenOHK set at rest the oft recurring rumors <<< Madison New Enterprise)
C'i.t second reading It was now put up-
; that he would again be a candi- Charlie Carroll went out hunting '
t C. H. Brown its third reading and final passage t
President of on !
HOM TUB sorni.sajH date for Governor the former Go,or- last Friday-the very first day on ,
aid call of \\ .
aldermen sections.. Upon
read '
l J. II. Barclay being bj
nor announced before the Investigating which it was legal to shoot partridges.
!A*. fi. Q. following vote was recorded: '
Bardin J. E. Wood roll the Inhibitionave Will SoonSvvevp Commission, informally, that he* He got a nice bag of birds and succeeded -
Dc i T. II. Brown, J. M Barclay,
Anderson. A'f'S-C.
North. would never again be a candidate for in securing a rare bird in the
tJo. n D. G. Bardin, J. E. Wood
Introduced D. S. J. White.
; by Battle Creek Mich. Nov 6.-At any office that he is out of poUMcs shape of a pure white partridge. ,
>* tt mber and T. S. Anderson
of the City W J. Hillman concluding session to-night of the for all time. In hU testimony he When the covey rose, Charlie's quick
!fat!" "Upon Its first read- Navs-None. Congress L. L. Pick- Ftated that he was and hal alvays eye noted the white bird and forget-
National Purity
.,. Bj vote of council Said ordinance No 67, was now declared tout
Orst and ordered ett of Louisville, recently a candi- b:>'*n an ardent advocate of dram-.ge, ting all others he singled that one

reading. By two- regularly passed date for Governor of Kentucky, advocated the |K>':'C> that Is mrv being pursued and brought it down So excited I
for his approvalOn
the rules were certified to the mayor a national prohibition law and bv Cov Broward. was he over his rare find that he managed -

maid ordinance was motion, adjourned to put a few shot into his fine
of prohibition -
predicted that the wave
-C-d: reading by title AttestS : that has swept over the South Mrs Goss of Wellborn, Is here to- pointer puppy at the same time, but
P. MAYS. C II the dog was not erlouslylnJured.Ri .
reach the North as well. day shopping.
Council. would soon
e- .: cll, it passed its City Clerk. Pres. I

:j"a.H -:.



t Opening of Florida Institute OctoberS music vocal and instrumental) Including /.

7, 1907. voice culture and harmony. J
f O
Industrial-Cooking, dress making
The opening of the Florida InstI- plain and fancy sewing, cutting, fit- I :

tute was crowned by: the organI- ting, drafting and embroidering

zation of the Woman's Domestic manicuring hair dressing, millinery: !
Science and Farmers' Conference. and the elements of nurse training.' |

The call to their organization was Gardening and all kinds of general
answered by: a large and appreciative house work. "

audience of our best citizens. Our students are many. They are ,
All over the State the people are coming to us from all overthe State 7]

'i being called together in meetings of every: day.: We have letters from f
: this kind and they are taking to the persons in various parts of the country -

plans with zeal that encourages as : asking to be allowed to enter ;', s, .'
; to believe *e shall be able to reach our school.,but we are hampered, be- ; _
I T every: home in the State. By: the, cause we cannot receive them. Our |

Domestic Science organization we de- buildings are inadequate, but we are By universal testimony Red Rock-
sire to enter the home and come Into working and praying that we may be
closer touch with the of the has been awardedthe
parents able to erect new buildings on our Fruit Punch
boys and girls that are being neglected -
grounds in a short time.
who will constitute a part oft We appeal to you as friends of a palm of unqualified superiority.should assures distinctiveness and
to all social be prepared in accordance
; the next generation. good and noble work to help us so success "" 1
:.oj i We wish to teach men and women that we may be able to shelter the with the following
fl the necessity: of real honest work; to men and women boys and girls of FORMULA =
r: train them to give a better day'swork our race and so prepare them as that I (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) :

t to work with both heart and hand. they will be able to go out in this 8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE ;
S Here In the Florida Institute we Southland as blessings to the home, 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE {J
hope in the near future to make thisa school room, church and society. 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES .l

I kind of a Chautauqua for women of Yours for a good work Crush oranges and lemons, chop' pineapple fine, cover with sugar, I

I every short age time where and they learn may the: come important for a L. C. JONES, President. allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the

things that should be known by: every: pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add

woman In order to have a refined I ORDIXAXCB XO. 67. the four quarts of Red Rock. S

good and orderly home. An ordinance in relation to the

4 We wish to discuss the farm life its I public health and to prevent the I

needs and blessings in the true sense; spread of certain contagious and In- iff
to inspire the negro to go out from I fectious diseases in the City: of Live --- -- --
I &&&$&$&$$&&WQi
I the city buy farms, work and build Oak, and providing penalties. '"
ij + homes so that they will stop throngs BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor An ordinance Imposing a penaltyon i Phone Clark & CO. p I
!s ing the cities and living in idleness; and City Council of the City of Live physicians for failing to report to 158 158x;

1 to train the negroes to have more Oak Florida: I|i'i the Major of the City of Live Oak BRcDKERS l

,. : homes and better homes; to paint Section Whenever any case of certain infectious or contagious diseases -

; their buildings, fences and to keep yellow fever, small pox cholera dip- j I| coming within his practice ; Cotton Stocks Bonds Grain and Provisions"=.
I i. I ;
said City. .
a general clean appearance in and theria, scarlet fever or scarhtina :| ,
.; about their homes; to instill such shall develop or exist in the city: of' BE IT ORDAINED by the Major {

principles In the woman and men of Live Oak the patient, and all mem- ,,I and City Council of the City of Live OFFICES: Eu5ala, Ala., Jacksonville, Tallahassee, St. Augustine, LW J
Oak Florida: ; City, Live Oak, Quincy, Mariana and Madison, Fioriua. t
this day, that they will make better bers of the household exposed to the
t citizens, and aJs>o be better preparedfor same, shall be immediately placed I Section 1.-Whoever, being a licensed fc< Suwannee Drug Co, Building, Live Oak, FIcriaa. j. !

a good honest home life. under quarantine bj the Sanitary In- or practicing physician within >> $- !' 9.')'. ':
We are striving to make better spector under the direction of the the City of Live Oak, Florida, fails !:
women by meeting with them and dis- Major and Sanitary Committee of to report immediately to the Mayor .
cussing such questions of importance said city and the house where such of said City every case of yellow fev-

as "The rearing of children, and the patient shall be, must be quarantinedas er, small pox. cholera, dlptheria, M. R'K f" ND
I training of the head, hand, heart." effectually as practicable, and dan- scarlet fever, and searlitina that J1iw GROCERY .11.11.n
The Lhe Oak Daily Democrat had ger signals in the form of red flags comes within his practice, within said ,

this to say of us recently: shall be placed around such infected city shaH be punished by a fine of H. B. CREECH Prop.
"In response to an Invitation, the house, houses or quarters and all not exceeding Five Hundred ($500) I
editor of the Democrat, yesterday the inmates thereof, exposed to In- Dollars or b> imprisonment not exceeding I ,, [At Hingson's Old Stand] .i

morning visited the Florida Institute fection, be and they are hereby re- ninety (90) days, or both B Fresh meats both Western and Florida. il.t
::1 in this city, an institution for the quired to remain in such infected such fine and imprisonment, at the ,
I = Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and VegetaHs.A
;1 education of the colored youth, and house, houses or quarters or within discretion of the Major I
r made an address before the faculty such infected district as may be un- ,. Sec !.-That this ordinance shall : 1 SRECLALTV.Terms .
". and student body and in a measure der quarantine until such time as : become effective immediately upon its
j looked into the character and extent they shall be able to produce a certificate -i i i: passage bj the Council and approved H Cash. <*
I I, ...
I of the work being done. We were from some practicing physician I i I by the Major WI I II Ii I I i ::::::I i I

very much gratified to find that the that all danger of infection is { Attest
school is one of superior order and past and that the infected house, i!, S. P. MAYS C. H. BROWN,

real merit. The discipline seems to houses or quarters, and their con-,J City Clerk. Pres. CouncIl.I I WE CARRYGrain

ti be thorough, and the deportment and tents, have been thoroughly disinfected -! S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the Cityof I

I general bearing of the students Indicates or until such time as the State I Live Oak Florida do hereby: certify -
that the teachers and Board of Health shall have taken: that the foregoing Ordinance No. Hay, Flour, Meal, Coffee, Sugar RA,

managers In charge of the training charge of and raised such quarantine; ] 66, was regularly passed by the City Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Cae
f< have been successful in imparting a provided that this prohibition may :i Council on the 6th day of Novem- Goods
cultivation that is highly commend- not apply to any individual adult 1: ber, A. D.t1901 and the same is hereby Paper Bags, etc., in stock. ,

able., Perfect order was noticeable member of the family: who producesa certified to the Mayor for his ap- Will keep on hand most of the winter, AptId,

,tV throughout the morning exercises and certificate from some practicing proval. Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges.
prompt responses on the part of all physician that such member has not Witness'my hand and the seal of IL.
the students. The grounds and been exposed to infection and that i said city this 6th day of November We have on hand now several cars of I

buildings clean there is \. D. 1907 and can make close this week fa
were and neat, and no danger of such member you some prices
the students were all neat In their communicating said disease. S. P. MAYS City Clerk.
dress and appearance. In fact from Sec. 2.-That any persons violating I j Examined and approved by me, I(I cash.When
what we could learn neatness and any of the above provisions of the !j j I this November 6th A. D. 1907.J. in need of anything in our line call on a

cleanliness everywhere is emphasizedat preceding section shall be fined not I' B. JOHNSON, Mayor write us for prices.Thanking .

all times by the teachers. One of exceeding five hundred ($500.00) -- asoliciting
our customers for patronage
the principal efforts being made by dollars or imprisoned not longer than Appendicitis past
the teachers is to thoroughly Impress ninety days or by both such fine and Is due In a large measure to abuseof a share of your future orders.

upon the mind of every studentthe imprisonment, at the discretion of the the bowels, by employing drastic We
importance of their forming Mayor, and in addition, such person purgatives. To avoid all danger, use are
habits of industry and ever keepingin shall be isolated under guard until only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the

mind to do what they do well. In such time as a practicing physicianmay safe, gentle cleansers and invlgor- live Oak Brokerage & Commission ft

It this connection they hue an Indus- certify that danger from infection ators. Guaranteed to cure head-

trial department where to some extent is past. ache, biliousness, malaria and

I L a technical training is carried Sec. 3.-That any physician who Jaundice at Barclay & Groover drug OLD A. C. l. FREICHT DEPOT *

,, k on. The school is also Christian being shall willfully make any false certificate store. %Se. nov-dw --- -
l = under the care of the Colored 1 under the provisions of this or- Visiting Merchants the .-
are Cordially invited to make our office
Baptist church. An effort is made, dinance, upon conviction by the Mayor The New Pure Food and Drug Law quarters while in the city. _

says President Jones to train the shall be punished by a fine, not ex- We are pleased to announce that -=--- -
I' _tt
heart in sound religious principles, ceeding five hundred dollars or Im-, Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs FREE TO YOU-MY Fr t. Y W..wZ '
r as well as the mind in other things. prisoned not longer than ninety days, colds and lung troubles is not affected SISTER } ,. }:..

The institution though twenty-: or both such fine and imprisonment, by the National Pure Food and .. IUB.woman.
: I
know woman's suffenM
: ..
.' seven years old Is poor in both at the discretion of the Mayor. Drug law as it contains no opiatesor 'i#a' I sass found the C\IA. 1 1,..l.

z' equipment and buildings. It needs Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall other harmful drugs, and we re- e : S- meat win with asap fall free nitration of any chart tIO sal, TJJJ...._N44

help, and the work it is doing appeals take effect immediately upon its passage commend it as a safe remedy for f"c- woman' Jm.nU.. 1 want to tall* o/f01r: ,
s ; thlacun-70.,1D7 heder.for Toa
M4" t.
not only to those of the colored by the Council and approval by children and adults. City Pharmacy. 4. ..,,. your mother, or your auiter. 1 want Os-
: to cure yourselves at bom. wrtbouirioetor. y
race who may be able to help it, but the Mayor. I nov M 11t cannot understand won*; !r

1 to the white citizens of this section as Attest: <;; "'' :. better What w.than women any doctor.know from I car's.'"the 1j.F
well for not only moral sympathyand S. P. MAYS, C. H. BROWN Prosecuting the rich is sport only '. '' meat ia a safe and lure care far I. 1
.t ) : Whitish L1cef.ttoat.
: discharges
support, but financial help thatit City Clerk. Pres Council. because the majority of people are s S < Falling of th. Womb, ProfS -. l'ff-vr--

may be made more effective in its I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the poor. : r.? .<-.4 abo Periods pain Uerin.In th.or bead Ovarian back I'ttZ"! .*...*!

efforts to better the negro race amongus City of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby -- y 'q down feellnis. nervousn.s.. *rJTVt, iTi t'
the spine SDclancboiy. desalt j ,*
by training them for useful, upright certify that the foregoing Ordinance There Is Xo Ufa son ; -'' weariness klJney and bls4- _.... #
lives and to be good citizens Xo. 67, was regularly passed by the way jour baby should be thin, and caaM4 I want b)'to vve.lcnesses send you .ixtaNar aomDku! 'that"-. ...t1 II

hereafter." City Council on the 6th day of November fretful during the night Worms are :" meat yourMlf entirely at bora Ire.. -w-prove.''. qll.k17 tor*n.ir.M..r,

Here In this city, good feeling and A. D. 1907, and the same is the cause of thin sickly: babies. It tseatment eomp1e a trial and member that It .19 cost 7011 ool1, It ,
: It
you should wish w continue, it WIJ cost 7011
peace between the two races prevails. hereby certified to the Mayor for his I Ii is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe 11M week your,or less than two cents a day. l wall DOt interfe with your work or occu W tks....J....,
name and '
good location i approval. fat and sleep well. It for your cane.ent rely address frc.e, tell ms how you suffer if you wi !l. and 1"II" IeJMi ':.II"
With such blessings as a i I jour baby bookwor1A'S in plain wrapper by return maJ. 1 wi'! aso: 1'-.4 7Oe
and peace with all mankind, we 1\ Witness my hand and the seal (If. does not retain its food, don't experiment women suffer.and bow O\\'C they: MEDICAL call easily AlnlSE with explall.t/.7 i..mss J ty0 LI"".JlfJ d
cure e1ves at bone E\ w
have in operation In the Florida In- said City this 6th day of November, with colic cures and other fears: to for think yourself far bend. Then when the doctor say.-"You must h..o 111;opRjVOS It.....
bids Thou&aDda of women have cured themaelvee.with my t: ne wY..
1907 medicine but try a bottle of White's Joanc. To Mothers of Daughters -atm et
and 1 will explain a \DIple homo k .....r .
possi-bilities. S. P. )!AY .City Clerk. Cream Vermifuge and you will soon Ladies.e3actually PlumptIeU eura aDd Leucon--bealth al1ra", GACJI r.snlts Sickneea from and its l'&Afw or Irregular>>--- ...,
Wien 11M. .. P":;
studY are pursued: Examined,and approved by me this se your baby have color and laugh as any sad-rer ver that 70a this h.a .I bas refer Trcatma&you to ladies reall7 of your owa locality diseases who how and and_r i.
cures aU women'l
Literary Course-Primary, preparatory November 7th A. D. 1907. it should. Sold by Suwannee Drug strong.11.0 tbs phaanp boot.! and Writ.rubst J.., ae.4 your sddress. and CIo free ten W'f
today. a.Yo. >sy riot see this off.,agsia. Ar's ..
normal academic theological. J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor i Co. nov-dw MRS, M. SUMMERS, BOX H South Bend, ln*, II.

.Ae a

.' .a.
\ \ ., .

** f

.. -


Our Third Year. -,.
............. .. ..
THE Daily Democrat is
now in its third year.It .
has puffed and pulled
with all its might for the
best interests of our city.It .
has been no small task
to maintain an all=home=
print 8-page Daily. The
expense has been heavy.
We have needed a larger
patronage. Let our peo=
: pie help us more that we
may serve them better,
during the next year.


;:: _.





Governor -1 i:#-;-$-$-$- 1-i-'---4 -
BUT WILL HE RUN The Arcadia News condemns
., Storrs. of 'the DeFuniak Breeze Broward- because he sends his(

thinks and feels a great deal more daughter to be educated at Ste tsone

1' Published every Afterooov than he lets run off the end of his University rather than at the U; Confidence
i Except Sunday.
tongue or his pen either. He is J Female College at allahassee- It j

essentially a man of action not gives || seems to us tha| In a \urely personal i' I

CHAS. W. IRVIN Editor and M'g'r. to verbosity and he was evidently ] and private fan1 Uy matter like that. ;& enthusiasm which =-
j Begets accounts for
I !
t '" "knocked all In a heap" by that magnificent -I Governor Brow roXorkny other cit-j,1
the ardor with which =
! Izen to exercise J we are pushing g
send-off which the Pensacola i should be )ermme(} .
; I IT.
Entered at the fosioEcc. Live Oak. -
Journal gave him in suggesting him j his own hoice and sestt his daugh-:
j i Florida. as Second Class &l11l&t-
ter. November 7, 1905. for Governor. Here Is what he san j| ter where\he eased ithout draw f The First National

'. in reply In the last Breeze: I ing spaoea crib sm upon him.
ft ,
"The Pensacola Journal handed I No man, not even/ e Governor Is

t t THE LIIE OAK PUBLISHING COMPLY. the editor of The Breeze a very ., bound to account U> the public for the i r Every safeguard is thrown around Nationally"'i

t much appreciated birthday present !j! manner in which te exercises his discretion
I are frequently inspected of
They the
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be last Sunday when it announced that in his family affairs when j! I cared <
J*;: mailed to any part of the Unite Mr. Storrs was the West Floridian it..I the rights of others are not infringe: troller of Currency, and are on to .

J r States pastage prepaid. for $5.00 had in mind as a suitable candidate: l sworn statements to him five times each year'I.

1! f per year; i%.50 for six months; for Governor and then devoted some I New that the Investigation Com ; I they are under the direct supervision of the Na ,,-
If $1.25 for three months or 50 cents I '
:r; for,five weeks. In adrance. Delivered thing like two columns to giving the i mit.eeNkt Tallahasse 'has finished its I I 1 al Government, and its the staongest on earth .

11 t to any part of the city by reasons for so saying all of whichare I la'.ore, we may loo/ out for the call i '
\! carrier for 10 cents per week. very complimentary-fulsome we : fc" that extrXsea/ion. But if it is Safest Banking,

j! t. came near sayIng-to The Breeze I I CLlled, surely thXre must be some better I Best Methods,

I\ t" i man. Vo one with a due regard for I motive thayfuerely to hear the for Up-to-date Service
Commissioner of LaFayette
t The. 1 -
( county hare leased |he county con- the opiclpns of his fellow men, could I! report of the/Committee. To put ) Liberal Treatment. ";-

nets to iallOTv5roWf Perry for but be profoundly grateful for the I the extra expense of tmtsession upon T Conservative Methods. "
11' expressions f The Journal matter the tax for stVqnger
140.35 eacV&rjfloatb, which Is said I payees no reas
2 t' from what soWce It came; but whena I' on than that, would be inexorable. the National Banks.
4: to be the hlgfrest price ever paid for I Always use They have

convict labor in Florida. paper of the ate-wide influence of I pered in greater numbers than all other ??
I banking i istitutions.
The Journal sajsuch things It Imposes ; Soticr.

: a sense of\obligation which To tEe I .
:1 f Today at noon Dock Mack, the negro several tax payers of Suwan It
I, rape fi> d, suffer the extreme the editor of this pa r >es not command nee County, Florida: I Watch us grow, our profits are now as large Jour

j 1 '"; penalty of u> law / n Jacksonville En$ sh to \xpfes3. Thank In accordance to Section 41, of r capital was at our beginning. -

you. Mr. Chapter 5596 of the Laws of Florida

for his infamou3\jnfae againt a helpless
, l white woman hat city. If the I Certainly\ moSeTof odest, heart- I hereby give notice that th a T
felt recognition of a |Igh compliment Tax Books FIRS NATIONAL BA NKi
f negroes in this a6un\r want to hast are now open for collection -

: en the solutio of ttfk problem of but Brother Sto s forgot to i of taxes for the year A. D. 1907. j
say xtether orVot we Ight consider The .
1 their race, le them Join Heartily with law provides that any tax pay Live _
#j. the white la bringing such wretches hl \s an available ndidate for j er who shall pay taxes during the Florida.

: a '1 1i as Mack tf justice. the noml tion. \Let \ hear from month of November, shall be allowed -

i y him on thaf ubjebt Tfc Democrat) by the Tax Collector a discountof I -*--$--$--*- -----'-- -$ t-t-

i tI If State Attorney Kehoe. over in Is committed tch-no candidate, but it I two per centum therefrom, and if -

will promise )Ir. torn in that capacity any tax payer shall pay during the I ,
; ; W t Florida, succeeds Ift making -iiiI
i : : that\roposition of his adck that no the fairest or treatment and full I month of December, shall be allowed VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT .5

j a recognition of his merits..e don't 1! a discount therefrom of one
Iiquor eater has ayfght to solicit per I
, k believe in treating a respectable citizen -j centum thereof.
; trade bjrtetter or cyfcular In a "dry" DOWLING
as a disreputable character or j tax
territory 0s will jfat a crimp in those Any paid on or upon the first
something near it, as soon as he day of
January shall for the
I' f gents that w>U belp much in the good purposeof
Ii E- cause of makilfc a prohibition county comes into prominence as an actual" the additions aforesaid be regarded DOM UPON THE SUVWNFE RIVER"

"/led or probable candidate, and our as paid on the last day of the '
:! 'u really "dry If it Is against the Mineral
searchlight seeks to bring out his month Springs Hotel and
p law to thujr solicV liquor trade in a"dry" in which it is paid.J. Cottars SHOT

coufaunity.\hy isn't It equally strong points, not less than his failings N. MEEKS,
toVut Storrs bristles with the former Tax Collector Suwannee County Fla. AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED. 'SOODTBLE. GOOD BEDS tk/atlls
agalnaf the law whiskey ad- WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES.
' and we don't know of the latter. TELEGRAPH
any d-wky
:i d rertlsejfents in a new\apex published j PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.Bl;
' Inluch a community V Those advertisements ---- RATES REASONABLE J7MllESFROMlIVEOAK.ONlIVO JlE r t

'. ask for traSn' just as If it is really true as charged, that Always Was Sick. &CULF. CONNECTION AT LIVE OAK WITH iutM

countY: \convicts in Escambia county )
t t clearly as a personal letter would. When a man he
says always
'II are compelled to sleep all chatted to- was ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWSING PARK. FlORID
I f
r They are printed for no other pur- sick-troubled with a cough thai uv ';
t i! gethert is a condition o/ affairs
! pose. lasted all winter-what would
I you _
that would bring reproach lo a people -
i ,4 think if he should say-he never was .2
with mo pretense to vilizatsonwhatever. I
,(it t ; A dispatch from Tallahassee to the sick since useing Ballard's Icon of i in i im H mi n mi 1 1 1 1 nt
What can be xpected of
Jacksonville Metropolis, revives the \ bound Syrup. Such a man exIst
a convict released from /uch a .
rumor that Governor Broward is to campas M r. J. C. Clark Denver Colorado, 1907'' THE, : J907 ;
that, bu\ that he will be a wilJ --
t be a c ididate for the.Senate next writes: "For years I was troubled
beast with human instinct in!
I year to gucceed Senator Mallory ifthe him crushed very out by/cruelty, and afar with a severe cough that would last Crescent Pharmacy:I
Govebior does ga< in that game all winter. This cough left me in a
more danrerousjenemy to society +
the approaching se /tonal campaign miserable condition. I tried Bal .
than when he en there And what (.
will be oneVf the nfost memorable in can be expected lard's Horehound Syrup and have not i! LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
Ln the way of good
the history df tba/State. Of the extraordinary had a sick day since. That's what it I I .
citizenship and\ eslrable types of
' f\ry of Breward's per did for me. Sold by Suwannee Dru
manhood from tRe graduates of cruelty | The Prescription
Vn Store
sonality there be no doubt. That Co. nov-dw0 Drug
and inhumanly who Impose such
such a man, folding high executive
barbarous punishment? The aver-
position, sho/d rave both friends -- -- I
and foes in AbunAnce la Inevitable, age criminal in the convict camps I Mill HUH HH 1 HI H i I

I BrowVrd is a hardened cha tier who should __- .
and Governor is unusually
be made to suffer tor his crime else '
,well equip/ d in that espeet. lie la Useful Gifts I 7 t \
ofVhe It makesnodif-
penalty law be useless + = ,
a formidable fighter, \ d If he enters butt jr It makes .
was neve\ contemplatedthat fel"f'Dee' whose "
the /at next year w\ will have a i ference wbow
he/should be treated with In blankyourdoc- + '
i great Quadrilateral contest with four : for the bride blank your doetor -
fsweetI' tor writes
f '
such MallorV humanly and made tha helpless vic yourprescription writei 7 eslr
as Beard,
Trammel tim ofcruel-hearted kee era. Thereis heart or relative. You on ; piewriptioilpwecaanlltfc
and Broward, exciting
urgent need for reforVn In some '. ', willfindinthehouseofjjj. wecantllltbem *
enough to almost divide attention
of ojlr prison methods, f\r there is I torm-tl). (
with the Presidential campaign itself. '
reaum to believe that we are getting D: RADFORD, I :t : '

more criminals out of tha convict -

camp than from any other Quarter, an array of gift-giv-
M tae Edna Cain, the bright South and I 1
that they are worse they ing goods, not only ,
I' Georgia girl from Qultman. who went welt
come out than when they In. beautiful but useful
r. to New York months /nd
ago Where You Get
Your Prescriptions filled fonnA newspaper work on thetorld i No matter which Correctly

? of thay city has won recogniti by Oa:, Wednesday evening at I the way you turn something ;Reasonable Prices. :

her talents and we are follows/g her Methodist Church in Ocala, M*& SarElizabeth A confronts line Let of ua fresh fin your and hable prescriptions and..u Your drug store articlea. W. carry a eamD
you Brine us your prescriptions filL W. tin theo fIrect.17 / '
Harris at lowest
career with much interest. SHie has and MV Charles that will be pncea. Phone us your order. Prompt and reliable atteotiOA.
just right
recently fcored again in securing an Harrises Lloyd were united in mar -HOrXE No. 320

'. InterviewWith Edison, wbeVe all others riage in the presence of a large company J DIAMOND LOCKETS i The

had faxed, and she tons about it of friends "Die marriage has | Crescent Pharmacy
4 1\ ,
; in the foil wing pleasa/t way in a peculiar eres t/for the press of BRACELETS .

letter to her home folk/In Quitman: Florida, beta\ s /(he bride who is the AND LiVE OAK, FLORIDA.
"I spent the day wAh Thomas A daughter of Iwn. Frank Harris, the 11 I P. S.-Use _
Edison. He ichacrnlng and reminds veteran editor of the Ocala Banner j j all of the latest design. e 66" for Chills and fever No Cure, No Par

me morapf Oapt Turner than has long bees the city editor of that

anybody'' I've evor *en. lie lives at excellent/{apex and an active and ; Watch repairing done by I -mi illinium*'

Orange. N. J.. abbut one hour's ride useful ember of the State Press Association ; ; an Expert Workman. : : i
? from New York. A got to his house She is aialented young

about 1 o'clock Ant luckily found lady with many graces\f mind and PABTT
him there and /n ah amiable mood. hear and the Democrat oins with [ :

t It is a quaint/IUle Warm house and allthe, rest of the

the superintendents of the plant live ty in extending newspave1\fraternl-1 LIVE OAK, fLA. ;t .4.. Hive Oak t. DowBng Park

here with ap Jap servant. All the lions upon the happy event. i I on sale dailyat

men were from the south and were I. I t.lltlll'llll.I..I mn-. a rate of 50 cents round trip with
1 .i I'" .... Minimum of
/ ten fares.
very nice You don't know how The Madison Recorder very strongly Call on

happy I afn to see a uthern some- endorses all that the Pensacola i M.1..111..111.1.\\ tet Agent Phone 152 for

body. Tpey were jusl sitting downto Journal has said\ about Editor 'Storrs, I JUST RECEIVED AT .u-14 II..\ \ ''t\, further information.

lunc and acted ]tint as though of DeFuniak, as an avai a 'le candiIdate THE BON TON

they w/re expecting m So I sat for Govern, and sin conclusion. |! ----- -- .'

oppose Mr. Edison. lie is very : \ f j New line Voil skirts

deaf.JDut can hear a littl I pot a "Lastly, but not Vast. the Journal's s New line latest shaped corsets. E SEL'-L

.. gran/ story and am delighted be- selection meets witlk our approval New line silk, lace, dress trimmings in' 1VOTHING EXCL-1'T
can l Mr. Tennant the World editor and if Mr. Starts wit enter the race I braid lace vends, applique dress and Accident Insurance.

'Laid it was no earthly use Jo send for governor the Recorder will give '; i goods. Annual, semi-Ann n '

me*' I got Mr. Edison to talk, so I him its kijal' support in preference i Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheet I PITTS Jt MCEWEN -Q iarterly or Monthly Pre .

jotf; see I will have the star story t oto: any/ ne else who maV be in the I) I PS -We need General Agents, L>v'f OAK .
morrow" racy i MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. i a few more good Agents in North F x

a <

... au

,? "' '

." -.... -i-- !" ;AI. -. ; ; _
_ :-E '



+++111 1111111111111 H 111111 M 1111111111 I 111111111I1111 III I 11111111111111' I 1I1111 1111111111111111 II11 11' M II I 111111111**

The Helvenston Insurance Agency. .

JI' .

[l boring the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly 700000.00, and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. ; ;

i+t" All other insurance agents together have paid practically nothing. This tells the story. .


The Lyceum Entertainment Tuesday
Night fo\ember*12.

The first number of this course will HAVE YOUNOTICED

of Live Oak and SuLocals And Personals be given on the above date at the THE

Opera 'i ouse. \ It wfll be the great

County Gathered Alkahest"Double Star attraction, the SANTOLAOVfRTlSING

rc by the Reporter. THEY COME Mehrtens-Sheridanr Company. These
celebrated mteicUns will appear in AND,OFFER IN THE

all the princioaJ cities of the Stateas
one of theJQujabers of this course
showing thejr opu rity. Live Oak
reYjfrned from Houstou Mrs. Peacock' t Perry is in town SATURDAY EVENING POST
Q Cook should glve tnem a cordial greeting.

$ht.tJ / today shopping .7or Sale Secure ,5 out season tickets from cow e ,5, DELINEATOR: &C.

I! Mr. D. E/Hordat the \National
K Car Live Oak* Is our Mr. Wolfe ion son have gone out Bank. !
lUHt o DoubleAickets admitt g two, 10 SUITBL PRODUCTS $l.fifl j
hunting this a/wnoon. -----
*r ti ti five dollars for the course.'single tick-

f We offer at a bargain ets |3.00. Monday morning, Novem-
'', T. Jo linear Branford, was N. L. Barn Tof Mayo, Is among ber 11, the reserved seat list will be
six Fill in one of the from
room with coupons
his friends in tovn today. cottage
tlds fn. opened. above Journals with our name as

\, modern conveniences, on Druggist mail it to the SANITOL
4 .piths eturned to his home J. B. Brow,and son of Houston, south There has been considerable uneas- LABORATORY with One Dollar.
terday. are on our street today. Ohio avenue. Most iness, wft,.learn, among some of our They will send you an order on
.Ubera us for the ten products. (Retail
-. -, desirable residence sectionof families caused\ by the reports of value $2.70.)

a L. Byrd de a business trip to Alex Goff ol.Lancaster, is a busi-. the city. If you are scarlet feveMn yfown. From whatwe
have ascertained, there is little
ness visitor in today.
lpstry thforning. town
: contemplating purchasing cause for a1Jr as there are not

_M. I* BBrneU''went to the coun- Mrs. M. A. IItt of Wellborn, is a a home in Live Oak come nearly so many cases as has been re- Suwannee

guest of the Ethel ported o /the stress, and they are
I tfcte BornUfg\n business. today. up to our office and let
under cq tro1. The\)hysicians and

",'0. 0. HenryNod 4 l Ed Porter went Mrs. Jack Tailor is spending the us show you this place.EDWARDSREALTY authoryes are careful ID their man- Drug Company

bird "nUlg)(Is morning. day at McAlpin'wUh friends. agement of the matter an\no serious
results are likely to follow.

> T. J. gasdoof Tallahassee, is Mr. Lanier of-'RosSburg, is a bus- [ 130. : I I i II: ill J II ''Ii'' Illil"II"I'J:
Auctioneering of all and
Ts pat of the Et thtl hotel today. iness visitor in the city today. every-
thing at the Auction House of R. W.

f 1. .. Dowllnkssed"through this11rthl Mrs. Louise nter of Pine Grove Price & Co., every Saturday. If you Just ReceivedShipment
want it, we have it, and at your own
: on his way, to Jacksonville. was here shopping this morning. Lewin Building, Room 3.
price, provided It is better than the

\ ? other fellows'. Come around
: Phone No. 44.
H. S. Wllliaria* of Rocky Sink, is H. J. Sapp and son, Willmarth, every
} Saturday and see.
'f&Loag the bnjjfnets visitors here to- are in the city on business today.
dl6t R. W. PRICE & CO.
:.." A party of Savannah sportmen re-
Mrs. Bloodorth of Perry, was r of Ex-
/ turned from a quart. hunt this morn- KODOL is offered on a guarantee
/Kin Plowdet ame up from Mayo shopping in th ecity this morning.J. .
aifiKlt ing with a goodbag of. game.A. plan for the relief of heart burn,
Jill.,Homing the guest of ?Mrs.TKker. --
I \ .I flatulence, sour stomach, belching of
? W. Seely ol Dowling Park, was Wagons. All
J. BJatw right, a successful far- gas, nausea, and all stomach trou- press
in the city this morning on business.Dr. .
t- mer from Lanier fis here shaking bles. It digests what you eat. It
? Miss SallliL Taylor returned last
hands with his man friends today.J. will make you healthy. Sold by Live
*sight! from Mora&ello where she has J. W. Pe> ulJigton, of Wellborn, Prices
Oak Drug Co. nov-d >
;}etc TiI1t1n f en is a business visitor: in the city today. .
.\\ A. Crews, traveling representative -
r of the Flortda Times-Union, was Henry HogunsAhe expert painterand
; MM Maud* Jlalr returned list Master Franklin BoatwrIght of \j '
in the city today and made the Dem- decorator, ILKS finished the work :
$ht tfom Sow Carolina where she Perry is registered at the Ethel to- call' $1.25 to $3 :75
'iiai'tKen speiktbe summer. day. ocrat a pleasant on the Suwan / \Hotel building and .

\ will now beaui work at the Ethel
Mrs. Dr. McC ae and little son of house. He Avill g\nd about two
.Ytstn. Bill E wards and J. M. Mrs. M. L. Burnett returned this
Jasper, came OVOT this morning and months on ihe work.
tM/: rid Misses l ane and Hall, morning from Marion. where she has I
are spending a' few days with her r
tsr3gt booting this afternoon. been vIsiting.
sister: Mrs W. F. Wasdin. LOST-In or near Suw< nnee Dreg;;
t. rj; -- Store one small brown purse with f LI. BOOK & NF8 I CO.
( Mr'Morgan, ill popular soda dis- FOR SALE-Young milch cow .
\ Our Job department is turning out long chain. Purse contained one
4 \\ the Sawa&nee Drug Co., wil with calf. Apply to Sallie Reese
some of as handsome half-tone workas five dollar bill and ten ceuts in silver.
l It serving hof dr\ks a that place East Lynn Park. seldom'
lamarTaw. one ees. Lovers of the Finder please return to this office

Ir beautiful, \hey"art preservative"
lI Mrs. Coleman nd children, of Fen-
: should call around. knd set some specimens For Dry Goods and Groceries, P P COOK Manager
I Kn Allle Bdwards returned to herm holloway, areyrislMng the family of of it \ quality and quantity as well as price V.. L. and Owner
i i ta WhlteSortngs yesterday, af- A. D. HemmIng. .
guaranteed, call on
;h I In dare Ant with Mr. HUIl1.bm1ly -
LOST-Pair of gold frame eyeglasses d-6t R. W. PRICE & CO.

....aert-- L/ WANTED Immediately three between Baptist churcn and WANTED-Tw /furnished rooms

furnished rooms for light housekeeping postoffice. or between postofflce and Popularity "the wreath on the by couple with cMJd 4 years old,
'f\.t Bart who has been work-
in quiet, refined neighborhood. residence. Finder please return .o brow of the sycophant that he thinksis suitable for ligy housekeeping. Ad-
M Helton'aVliog road, about six Address Box 161 postofflce. Democrat office and get reward. the laurel,,wreath of fame dress Box ll&T d1tIr""H"
,from townAassed through lastiSt

W Lit w/1 tA Madison.

:"'jJ' .. I'' 'I .. I ,II """" "' I ," ..".1

... Oreen B ,'Rosa of Jackson-
I" Passed tb ,,ugh here yesterday Three Days' Special Sale At

ltr war isit her father J.I

[L Inland.B. Eunthas pear Itt been Station.confined to THE LADIES' EMPORlUfl. i

yoott with /14tjie attack of sick-

litece S ndal', We are very
Thursday Friday
.to learn that \e. will be out ,

A clearance of all odds and ends, broken assortments, incomplete sizes, discontinued patterns, etc.,

.It- il teterday CkuttJn went down to Bran- from every department. Three days of extraordinary bargains-each day its special features. k _

tint waadly Qd repaired out of a order gas, If what YOU want is not listed, stop in, and chances are "its on sale." We can only mention a few items. '

I today has g'one'to Day to do some I F

25 heavy wool skirts, worth from $.5, The Remnant table will be a great Ladies' and children's shoes: broken
Ile to $3, to close at 248. attraction. All kinds of cotton and lots, odds and ends, "Queen Quality"All
B\ckburn and his sister, wool Panama skirts, brown, black woolen goods in short lengths at half brand included AH on display tables
ber, eftaew York Wednesday and blue worth up to $6.50, our special price for quick clearance.IILANKETS with size and price marked on each

TS her t Sunday. We are price 150. pair. Prices 50 cents to $1 90 values up ai
4 to |rn\Jiat 11iex I Panama, Secillian \oileskirtsup AND; COMFORTS.Cotton : to $3.Not every size of a kind, but an _
Mr. Blackburn i : to $10 sale price $7.50. blankets 75 cents to $1.50 per sizes in the lot.
?gaining his health. Voile and chiffon panama skirts up to pa r. Comforts $110 to $3.25. Get your .
-k The well known supply now and save CORNETS.In
; 3 $13.50, sale price $9.50 money.TNDERWEAR. I
T : "Star" skirts included. order to get our line down to the '
conductor L.
t'a, has been on I I Ml 11ST WAISTS. One special lot of ladies' and childtwo well known brands "Royal "Wor ..
confined to his and "Invisable Lacing, a e
ren's vests, and union suits aJ
pants to i
I Two lots of madras and lawn ie
lever/oft special .. close out all other at a f
several days but is J waists at 65 cents and 93 cents, worth close at 19 cents the garment. song. a
values to $1
See the 39 cent
y Thi Js the first times up to ,1.50.Special 'IrIT":. table up

missed a trip In over reduction on all silk and net Only six silk jumper suits left sale ('U.\TS.wai"ts. .
price $3.73 Tailored suits worth up to Ladies' rubbenxed rain proof coats, I t
now M-ITV $14.50 to close at $10. black navy and tan $9.50 values at "

-C- 'Grlffint gbn : .. Entire stock boj s' suits to be closedout CHII.nUEX'SCAP.x.One $7.50. Special tot of cravenettts $7.50 .
i of our towusi : H regardless of cost. Suits: $1.25 to lot of caps worth up to 3': cents, values' at$.'>. Big reduction on child s
.tnQ rtffin. dfed at Wellborn H 350. Pants 25 cents to 60 cents. to close at 19 cents. ten 8 coats. ,
was buVied at count ,

f He IT esr3e es wi other nd three rela- I Every table and show case will be full of special bargains, and prices plainly markec-| I IIi '

er, j. A. Griffin. ll Cash at Sale Prices. ,
r { m lborn yesterday,Ii Terms Strictly J5f "

4 en with his son and
1 Saturday. ,

'''sue 111:




- - -- -- ---- -- -


Time Table No. 20 ,. : .

Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30,at 12:01 A. M., 1907. ;:


d -N.N&- L 1.Io2. : No.lIisedFJ'L .4 LIVE OAK
IIaiI i Local r
Daib' sad I STATIONS : Fre sAtlze.Pt
Xf 6vndsr. Fzav Ds117.s. EzD Daib- 'c' D 8m

i '10. sl' 4 30 p.IL... u.. .}-..... ..--Ar.lO SO.m"$4OE p."zo .
E s rI 4 44 p m:L. Porter .Lw.10 a m 1 ZO p..
b f a. r 4 b:P sLv LaIuer Ly.10 ZO a m 458 D III
k' ::> : : :;::emAZ s'Lw.. wear.Yirkk+ ...... Lw.t')10 I 10::: 4 440P ti P: :
K: l'00 r I ZO P m:L. WIImarth-Ar. lIT.r 4 m.mi .
'" s s 1 U P..4Lw. --Saw....RiYer ........_L.. I i6 a III 4 15 p.\
114s i 10 p 11I L. r.. f4sam 400Paie
Z S s r i..PAZ! lA. I U a r I U P r ;
:- ? Ulism i CPmiL._._..--Ka7e--. Ar. fn.ri40Ps11ISsm PUBLISHINGCOMPANY
64IPsiLw j _...... ..!t. Pedro- Lw. f20ar t30PrI1
3S s r ill.s L.. .Salt L A -L.. I II a r I II P r
_. .
uoe ri 'lI.L.; A.t.N L..IOI..loo.1D
s 11 1. D. f 1'7 P.iL. c .rttoa._ ...L. f 00 a m I 2S P
___ rs
11 P. 0 n P r Lw &: r. I U a. 230P
11 II. 33 L. _------F.eoilo.ar__.. ...
r 4 P s. .Lv. 14S.r I. ..
U 40 P r o 43 P r LY DnlnKk.L... I a.m 110 p. '".-
_... ..
100 to 15O.m Ar ---t.rrs-----" ---L 130.m 1.y mF
Luraville Branch

Between Luraville aDd Wilmarth.w .

w_. I IEut I .
+ .M .. ., j
.aIM .J2LaaU*---___....._-Ar.LT|!I*26 06 a a m r

4 Alton Branch ,
Between Mayo and Alton.
EattBoond. + Wet .
I y Bound. <
10 40 a m'L. ........_--Mayc.--. _...._ 11 10 a.
10 60 ail Ar .Ar.t
a 4Jtoa.- U CO a ift

Tnuns xbedaled. to connect with S abc.rd Air Lin."rct bound uti Atlantic Coast Lm north/y.
i bound*t Lnr Oak. For ialormattoa regarding rates Kbcdule and conixetioni apply to Ii II I I I Ii !I I I I I II II I I I TiI :
r T.P.AUTON.SapcrintcDdcBt. F.P.WOODWARD.G.F.*P.A.

--- I Book, News and CommercialPRINTERS a

c Can You Write a Ghost Story? i:

No doubt you know one you have been tell
: ing for years. We will give a


the best Ghost Story written by youngor

old, male or female. : f.
The only condition is that each contestant ,,

to send THE Fifty SOUTHERN Cents for CYCLONE a years subscription, a monthly :I i NO job is too large and none too small for i

publication published at Live Oak Florida.
to handle
The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot; us and everything in the :

it has a will of its own, and stands on a plat- 'i Printing Line
comes easily within limit.
our t
form unique in policy and principle. The : $ .

I first number will appearNOVEMBER ..

Write on one side of paper FIRST only; story not I' QUR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papersis :.

} to exceed FEBRUARY 1,000 words,; 15th contest 1908.will close i I one of the largest carried in Florida, :

and winner will be announced in the March i and with a well equipped modern Printing

number. Send in your subscription at once. I
I Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we
can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as
Drawer 30 Live Oak Fla ;
i -- -- ------ and prompt as any establishment in the '

MtMMMIf MMMtMMIJ J.IMMII MMMMMMMISEABOARD- South. A trial will convince. Samples and '

!, I Estimates Furnished on Application. ,..

Airline Railway. j t zt

Ii I ... I
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, I ill. I I I' I i I I I I I I j I i I Ii I I I I I" IIII J!';I I !!!:I Inq :

Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, I

';: Philadelphia and New York. ---- I We Make a Specialty of Mail ;j

TWO\ FLU fNT TRfllNS DfllLY -:- Order Business -:- :Ii

Seaboard """ "'""., "i:;. .. .1 ,,, .1
Seaboard n ,
Express Mail ; 'hIIl ,. I I', 1 II t

Modern : Pullman : Equipment. ..!

+ .. The Jamestown Exposition Line I H LIVE OAK .!j


Excursion Tickets on S"' lo DailyFor

full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agentof
Seaboard, or write,
I "
S. C. EOYLSTON JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent. Jacksonville Fla. '

3 .. I
i i Hlllt M1AU JJ I

4 j'

Adyersise! Advertise! :J LIVE OAK i:


Have you anything to sell? Do you want to buy? I

Have you "lost" or "found" anything? i iI I

An 'ad in the Daily will meet your deineads.r I...11111.. ..III...III.. .11111. .III'. .''.'.'.':!!!!!!!!!!!!!!m 1 nHPIlIIl
t"'t.'I" "ii"i ,,. mmn. I.i: :;;;



'' .
: '
Ji < ? _


r. tllllllllllll'IIIIIMIIII"II'IIIIIII'II'III.'I.I.I.11II11 11111. 111I1 III I' lilt rl

I t I I. I 1.1 I. I. . I. . 1.1 I I 1.1 I. I I I I I I I. I 1.1- 1.1 II I I I I I I I I I I I I" .j.

9)0 2/ou Wish &our Own ;

) IB 1 IkllC to Ttfake ,

r Sf IH |, Way fn T his: World? ;

.& :IF SO, ATTEND: "

For Sii'Livers "




i!j; .\ i A GUARANTEED CURE' for all ditMMs produced by
10 i TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On bottle pur- ,
k b4 today m7 saws you ft tick sptll tomorrow.
r: '

ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy

'. llri. W.A. Whltewell. Emory, Te:., College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for
i. write: "Mjr child hid chill aid fern all graduates.
(or four year We tried all kinds of
_:-4- medicines,and fioallyaa acquaintance of SCHOLARSHIPS
-1 mine recommended Heroine. We used
three bottles, aDd the child U BOW com
pletdy to publish cured.this Yon testimonial have my, as permission I cheer $40 $50 $75 and $90

fully having recommend children afflicted Herbine aa to mine.all mothers ,



4 i .

Ohio Avenue and Conner StreetL. .

: Suwannee Drug Company. I i M. IUTTOX, G. S. STEIM1EXS.
t President and lropriet Principal.

f..i PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I I DeWitt's Carbolized Witch j'i t! : .1

: Salve is healing and soothing. ,: _+ . . .. . .

I for pile Sold by Live sh+'++++++++4 f-:.++.+.tJIIIIIIIIIJII..I 'I.II.+.t."I' 11111111111111tl*+:

M. DIXON, Oompanj1.:
,L. ;
Xot Yet :,,: : :: 1::;: ;: 'P::: I I "' ..._
: DENTIST. You can tell by the way a :i Miles-This matter of divorce is

says a thing whether she I: getting alarming. I hope your I' Now is the Time to Visit the
OITWONTU, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGEWORK. to agree to argue about it. 1: daughter has not contemplated getting -
: SPECIALTIES. ,I a1 divorce: jet
; lie Fought at Gt'tt) burj | St'les-Oh, no, not )'et. You see, !
.k David Parker, of Fayette, :, be married for ;
she doesn't expect to Jamestown
:U E. BROOME, who lost a foot at Gettysburg, 1 three months jet!"-Yonkers States- I Exposition ,
"Electric Bitters have done
i man.
"--" good than any medicine I

LIVE OAK. : FLOP.IDAunties trouble, and paid out much I
1 talking, you can't beat Herbine for
ffl/ IuD the court; of; the State. Spec for medicine to little

?**-WWMtioa d"II.Etc.riven AU to business Conveyances.promptly Collection attend6 I began taking Electric the liver. The greatest regulater I War Path Air Naval
jj If = = Display
..... would not take $SOO for w novdw'I ever suffering humanity. : : Ship, : : ,
NOTAUT PUBLIC STATE AT LUG you suffer from liver complaint, if
have done for me. Grand
;I.* | you are bilious and fretful, its your
1 the aged and for female will interest and instruct Do not
Ie liver: and Herbine will put it in its you.
DR. J. W. WEST Great alterative and body I
i proper condition. A positive cure for fail to go at once. For beautifully illus
sure cure for lame back
;i Constipation Biliousness, Dyspepsia:
Physician and Surgeon. kidneys. Guaranteed by 1 trated folder containing maps, discrip-
and all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya
*j-Oice: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. Groover druggist. 50c. ottle and you will never use any- tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to

-"* Beaiiincy at Ethel HoteL [ thing else. Sold by Suwannee Drug
C, Stinging Things. nov-dw
No.168. I Company.
*-*',_' KMidtBtt.No XI or 168. Mrs. Way back-l notice tht I FRANK C. BOYLSTON ,
DrugStore(Bareia?:&Groover)No. 16.
submarine torpedor boats are : The best sermons have been given

after stingin' things mostly.Mr. I the world by those who did not know I
C 1 3oK. District Pass. Agent Jacksonville Fla.
F.E.THOMPSON Wayback-Ye : they were preaching. .. ,

:I'.DRQWN & THOMASON.i Wonder If any uv them are :
'j "Soap Agent." "Portrait I A woman can make a fool out of

"Rheumatiz Specialist" or j a man by merely smiling pleasantly' ATLANTIC COAST LINE

i U:PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS, Churn Pedler.-Puck. I and letting him talk. I II I ,

1 1I I
&.Iou.. i : FLORIDA. Cured of Bright's ))l .' I lie Charitable
I to your horses as well as to yourself. !, THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.
{- Mr. Robert O. Burke,
r You need not suffer from pains of
4 L. A. CRAWFORD, Y.. writes: "Before I started I suffer.I!
any sort-jour horse need not 4
f c Foley's Kidney Cure I had to I I
-- --- ----
Lini --
PUBLIC Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow
STENOGRAPHER from twelve to twenty times I !1-----i
ment. It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts
:r f Office'Upstalri, and I was all bloated up with : Bakersfield, Mo., writes: "II

ij Otijenj Bank Building, and could my scarcely eyesight see was one so of my I have used your Liniment for ten I II : Use the best Brick in the State.

FLORIDA. years and find it to be the best I
across the room. I had I
EUYOAK.-- have ever used for man or beast.
hope of living, when a friend I I; IT'S MADE BY
Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. nov-dw
p: : T. J. LYLE mended Foley's Kidney Cure. '

"i;1.<' Practical cent fore I bottle had taken worked the wonders third )ou A tell woman her would how young Just as she soon looks have as.The Callahan Brick Co. Callahan, Fla. ;.

had as well as -
\:TOAKER. AND JEWELER symptoms of Bright's how pretty she Is.

"i ;:*i ... 85 year's experience Pharmacj .\ Significant Prayer. W. H. Goodbread, Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l Agt for Live Oak.
stock T
of Watches hand.
always on Help Xot Needed."Officer "May the Lord help you makeHu'kleu' -- - _u .__ __ ____
Arnica Salve known to
1------ to be a woman just as Pneumonia Follows a Cold
there's six thugs all" writes J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel
forward to
the corner beating up a Hill, N. C. It quickly took the pain but never follows the use of Foley'sHoney
: fOLEY'SI1NEY -What of it?" out of a felon for me and cured it ina birthday parties."- and Tar. It stops the cough,
--- -S
"You ought to lend a hand. wonderfully short time." Best on heals and strengthens the lungs and
Dancing Proves Fatal
"G'wan! Ain't six of 'em earth for sores, burns and wounds. .. prevents pneumonia. City Phar-
handle "Ira?"-Pittsburg 25c at Barclay & Grover drug Many mea d'W
; store. nov-dw at dances which terminate in pneumonia -

AND TAR A Hard Ik'bt to Pay. and consumption. After exposure There is a lot of fan in almost any- s -

The Postmaster of Gasconado.. If Foley's Honey and Tar Is thing if you think you are beating
"I owe a debt of gratitude Daniel A. Bugh. says "I cannot say taken it will break up a cold and no some one by doing it.

. J' The original never b-* paid off" writes G. too much for your Kidney & Bladder serious results need be feared. Re-

of Westfield, Iowa "for my I Pills. I feel like a new man." De- fuse any but the genuine in a yellow t
- Freedom is soflMtbing everybody
; liVE from death, by Dr. King's Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are package.We .
cough remedy. were so clamors for until he gets to be a boss
'' covery. Both lungs sold by Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d have secured the agency: for
-COlIc11&, colds, throat and lung ly affected that death seemed Orion Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new himself.er

r '- No opiates. Non-alcoholic ent, when I commenced Half of the world would like to laxative that makes the liver lively,
:. ywtverybody. SolJ
" { everywhere. Discovery. The ominous know what what the other half does purifies the breath, cures headache Take some good reHable and safe

fc\\"S The genuine ing cough quit before the with the first half's umbrellas and regulates the digestive organs. digestant like KODOL for dyspepsia.

HONEY enJ TAR isla was used, and two more Cures chronic constipation. Ask us KODOL IB tbe bet remedy known today
Ipackage.. Kefuscsubititutea. .
w 'a complete cure. Nothing remedy for mothers to use is about it. City Pharmacy. dw for heart barn, belching and all
4.Pr pared I for Best
only by Discovery
A Company Chicago. I equaled Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It troebtee arising from a disordered

-"?-.. t colds and all throat and tastes nearly as good as maple sugar, Generally it is better to admit be- dig@etioa. It is pleasant to take and
; by
plaints. 50c and it contains no opiates. Sold by Live lief in a theory than to submit to affords relief promptly. Sold by
OMAIfDTAR I Groover druggist. Oak Drug Co nov-d having it proved to you Live Oak Drug Co. nOTLI'E *
|Trial bottle free. Q
t as f ,ar.. Na opiates



"1- u- __

l.r -
x .
i ,
L J. BlUME, 1st Vke-President. J. B. BARTON, President. H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance CCU .
D. L BYRD, 2nd. Vice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier. i" ;V

Capital and Stockholders Liability, .. $100,000.00. ;r':.


:eessse --

_ ,
Z S tl

,y \' .. The Varsity Overcoat
(rT wej
you want to see and wear a stylish overcoat .

/Q ( A1t ; one with a lot of snap in it; one that"you'll

I =N= .:7 '
take constant pleasure in owning -

Z 1xV and wearing, just drop in here ]

r t and look at our Hart Schaffner & .

/v a Marx Varsity overcoat. i

/ 1'l: Our line of suits are complete;

/f/ J:- f I \ \ They are the kind you see on all well {

Ill .. L c \ dressed ;
.r Q. men. We have them in both

//I :i't j = : t k Men's and Young Men's in Greys,

:Y, '
: : L Browns Blacks and
: ; .c Blues, in fact
( : jI. all the the latest fabrics the market

tiF -a-1 = can produce, $12.50 to $30.00.

.We are sole Agents for Paragon Pants and Boyden Shoes.





J Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner & Marx Live Oak, PIorida.tS"tS .

1szszszszszszszszszSZSZS t


Live Oak M'f' Co. I ==WW WV/WWWr/------t1W---WW--__-_-+-- ___
g. +Wr= jVeV/WWW WWW
11"E l
Manufacturers of I FALL IS HERE!

Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, ill. .,, t WINTER COniNQ!
Power and Turpentine.Electric "

Lights in any part of the city furnished for :: \ HO ME YOU FIXED FOR CLOTHING?
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. fl ,
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufactur- -
Ir \ tI1
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special E ; t We have bought a better line of clothing for Men,
1 attention, and all orders promptly filled. .1 [i::} : Young Men and boys, than ever before. All the latest 1
t We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and 'In f'" J; t: shades of browns, grays and mixed ,
flooring. Come and get our prices.MAKES 'l i:_ ; t Do :you believe in !
Physical Culture? Then let us
'10 \f \ t 'nt you with a suit of" !
I :3 Iii I II
II B .f : The Lawrences' Model Made Clothing. :
\ : They fit like tailor
.3 '1 made garments. i
.J :
!E! ") maLelaVrSrfgline Of
k i Youths and Boys suits, :
A HIT tA J strong for wear.
"i I f.Jakea look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they are .
Brain Workers and Champion Athletes :
.- .":
Rely upon Coca-Cola..They know the genuine II .....,.,'-- : COME
tonic without undue IN
when bottled serves as a -WM" -lhl* AND LET
stimulation,and delightfully relieves that physically -- US SHOW YOU.
tired feeling and cobwebby mental state so
common in summer time. See that your dealer I
supplies you or keep it in your. ..refrigerator. Al- E SI WHITE "
',. wars remember that the bottled be er .e whn cat up under.| I{
C. U AMl
&lIthont of the Ceca-Ce1a l.tUUg Uly tirert
Jacksonville/ Coca-Cola Bottliig Co.,lackmtill. .Fia I FU 1JER.1

i i't if -------
1 Live Oak Bottleing Works Sole Agents ------- ---- +
+ r-++r+---. ---.--.
+w a-w w a. +


.- ... -
_ji .
wiL ;- ,(rf' -" '
'.>- :? ., ":;
\ 1

T5wV.r v -

_w -




t 1 _

ea y, ta. ss

\ .

ART TWO :: "i The Suwannee Democrat I I PAGES 9 TO 12 f _


G 1 }consolidated Aunut 12. 1S97 LIVE OAT FLORIDA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER, 8, 1907. VOL. X' No. 23



Prominent Woman, Goes Crazy, Cuts Passe Into Bands of Harriman to

Husband's Throat and Kills Give Him Outlet to Sea.

Pensacola Nov. :.-After
ACT IS THE .MATTER cuttingthe AT THAT PLACE KILLED. today's New York Times E. H. Harriman TINE BUSINESS FOR THE .
throat of her husband and leav-
was the buyer of the Centralof 1I0 "T1I.
ing him supposedly dead in bed, MM.
Georgia railway stock which was
Marie Hickey cut her own throat alb

O FOR RAPE FIEND most severing the head from the CRUSHED UNDER IIIE CARS sold last week by Oaklaigh Thorne
I and Marsden J. Perry and it is fur-

body. This occurred a't Apalachlcola ther states that he is now formulat- SCHOOL BOARD AT WORK TOO t.:

yesterday morning, the first news ing plans for the road in connectionwith
X1 of the awful
tragedy Pen-
.of ; County Gets Tele- Fell While Assisting the Trainmenin the Illinois Central. The two ,
sacola today, when sheriff Gibson of
from he Governor'sPrivate Switch Work In the Yard. roads now connected at Birmingham. Meeting Attended by Full Board and

..Secretary.lioavlUe. Franklin county came here on a visit Ala., and the possession of the Geor- the Usual'Business Attended to

and told of the crime. Mr. ,
and Mrs.
gia Central gives the Harriman lines

Hickey arg among the most promi- another outlet the Atlantic.
k Mr J. H. Davis station agent at
nent and residents
wealthy of Apalachicola -
Nov. %.-At last O'Brien November 1 was the date fixed for in '
Fla. for the Atlantic Coast Line The County Commissioners are
)Mack the congslBegro and the deed has caused i this the completion of the Illinois Central the usual
ai U It Pock much Interest throughout this Railway met with an accident session today transacting'

it to pay the penalty of sec morning that resulted later in his line to Birmingham and It is now routine of the business for the coun-
tion of the state. According to the
ffcime of crtmlnafly assaulting a I death. He had volunteered to as- currently reported that Harrimanwill ty. Bills of various amounts and
reports the wife was Buffering from
extend his influence that
white-woman in this city on sist in placing some cars while the beyond for various things are being paid by
temporary insanity, and securing arazor
!d' last notwithstanding the freight train was at work in the yard. city eastward to the seaboard at Sa- the commissioners. Probably the
.; in the dead of the night went: vannah and westward of
to save his life. He was con- lie was on top of the train at the by way most Interesting of the bills presented -
to the bed of her husband and cut his '
| fa the'Circuit Court and the Leaving brake wheel when a sudden lurch Chattanooga, Birmingham and Mont at this session was one for the
throat. the house she walked -i
OD' approved by the Supreme threw him between the cars and gomery. furnishing of proof to convict a per-
out through the gate and In the
It is believed that
and a respite was granted. by I across the railT Both legs were Harriman paid son for selling liquor contrary to law.
street cut her own throat, using the ) about three million
STlifl rnor of thirty days. I crushed up to above his knees. six hundred The last legislature made It statu-
same weapon that she had used in
dollars for the stock.
\ Bellowing telgram has been re- I Dr. Puterbaugh of Branford the tory that any person furnishing sufficient -
cutting her husband's throat. The I
",,J ly Sheriff Bowden: nearest physician, took Mr. Davis in proof fr the conviction of a
discovery was not made_ until yesterday I
*;Tallahassee, Fla., Oct 31, 1907. morning when the body of the charge and he w /broUght to Live DIAMOND .X .\I'I'I.J-l person for violating the local option

fo'er1! !t- F. Bowden, Jackson- Oak as soon as possible, reachinghere laws of the state would receive as a
woman was discovered by parties go-
JfDe FlL: about eleven o'clock this morn- Virginia Girl Finds Gem In Fruit She reward for his services the sum of
: ing into the business district. Officers -
*.Rlte Board of Pardons refuses to ing. He was carried to the offices of Took to School. fifty dollars. The commissioners,
... were immediately called and
'm in Dock Mack case. This when they entered the house they Drs. Brown and Thomason but there Boydton.., Oct. 31.-Miss Annie however, are glad to meet a bill of

ktTM the death warrant effective at found the husband on the bed with was no chance of saving his life and Turpin, daughter of P. I.. Turpin a this kind, for it means more than

"tad of thirty days' reprieve from his throat cut. He was still alive, the unfortunate man died at a few merchant of this place carried an that amount turned Into the fine and

1 Ibtoder tth. DANIEL A. SUIO S, but unconscious and it is not believed minutes after noon. apple to school one day last week forfeiture fund by the hire of the

t :..' Secretary. that he can survive. A coroner's He leaves a wife and one child, and on cutting it, found a stone apparently convict for the term of one year to

and was about 30 years of age. Ills a diamond In one of the which he was sentenced and too, be-
1 jury probed into the case, the first
Notes From ZOlfo suspicion being that of foul play, but body is here awaiting instruction seed cells of the apple. The other cause the reward will prove to be agreat

kr. Editor:-I promised to write later developments caused /hem to from his relatives who'have been advised cells of the core were filled with seed. assistance to the officers in enforcing -

i mt this place and would say in return a verdict of suicide in the case by wire of the accident I The stone cuts glass and looks as if the law and rounding up

i ,, compliance whh that promise, that of the woman and also that she Inflicted it war once set in a ring. blind tigers. '
i Obituary. The County School Board is also
Jtt people here seem to doing the wound on the husband.

Again death has visited our midst In session today and the regular
flf MSny well Mrs. Hi key had been suffering for APPEALS TO PEOPLE.

; ',1 lire Jail crop of vegetables is bel'pttered years with temporary insanity and and taken Mrs. Mollie Haynes, neo business of the month is being con-

Miss Mollie Corthron of Hildreth, sidered. The report. of the teachers
and shipped. I had been treated at a number of GoM-rnor (ienn Wants Their .Assist t
Florida. from schools now opoji, etc., are the
At bay and corn crops are .very I private asylums and sanitariums. It anre in Enforcing I ,ilro ul.l.a\\'s.
&lilt Mrs. Ha>nes was just budding into principal matters for attention.
since that the
.. was only three weeks
I Atlanta Ga. Nov. :. Gov. Glennof
womanhood in bloom of life -
01 account of the blooming of or- husband toother from a sanitarium, full

ftp trees late. It has made that in- where she had been under treatment. and health. She had only been married North Carolina, who took part inyesterday's lU'RNED TO A CRISP..

feat tardy and not good eleven months.It conference over the railway -
near so
y. Before her marriage she was the proprietor .
.4 till scatter the gathering all largest> estab- has been only eleven days since rate situation in the south with :Shocking Death>> of a Colored Woman
of the millinery
her Mrs. Annie Cox was taken Gov. Smith of Georgia and Gov. Comer Near Gainesville.
, fccqh the winter season. sister I
| lishment in the state, her place of ,
ft Is very dry here at this time, business ber on Bay street in Jack- from us. Only three months dif- of Alabama today appealed to (Gainesville Sun 31st.)
h some ference In their marriages and eleven the railroads and the people of his
there U in
sickness the
sonville, and under the name of Mrs. Information has just been received -
state to assist him in upholding the
lWr7-none of a serious nature; Murat. There she accumulated a days difference in their deaths.In here of the horrible death of Bet-
law of the the
state and giving present -
1sct+e! so short a time, we are bereft
large amount of money and It was tie Robeson, colored, fifty-five yearsof
rate law fair trial.
,tsll, I am having a fine tlm.ebclah. there that she showed the first symp- of tw| true Christian women. They a age, which occurred at the homeof
"If, after a fair trial, the rates are .
kind loving
oranges were daughters, and -
eating and hav-
The business was her brother Charles Simmons
toms insanity. "
found too low said Gov Glenn
1t.Drotracted meetIng I think 1 sisters, true and faithful wives Gordon where she has been
near ,
( closed UI and she was sent to a private -
"though in my judgment it will be I
'9 o omegood here by,the help of asylum. .She is a sister i>l and two sonsecrated. faithful Christians making her home for the vast few
found will
te they increase receipts,
. Lara. I hope to constitute a Postmaster Murat at Apalachicola. years. The death was caused by the
- I then the railroads rest assured i
lysicl four brothers
bore in the near future. TheY.1t'3\1' a mother woman's clothing becoming ignited
; five sisters and their husbands that the state will do what is right. :
I for :,
atop this time. SCHOLARSHIP.When and her body was burned to a crisp 1 a
IU10DKS I appeal to the railroads to stop their
i- besides a host of relatives and friendsto
: MORE ANON.to I before aid had ever reached her. i
th'irloss. litigation, which will result in no
mourn I The woman, who was a widow
Whore and How norMa Boys good to them or the people and let
< WOMEN We extend our sympathies with
ARRESTED. Tri/ox. with several children was living
May SwimTliOM" Croat us all await results until the n(' tm'Ung
i to the bereaved, loved ones, and
JL i 1 her brother, Charles Simmons a progressive
Charged With the Tallahassee, Nov 3.-The qualifyingexaminations of the "
"" point them to the All Wise Father, general assembly.
a I | colored farmer of that sec-
; for the]
s id Tiger" in Florida,
Crime. all well. "If some of our business men
who doeth
things 1 tion. As is the custom, Simmons
I (Ga1 Sun 31st.) Uhodes scholarship, will take place Their remains were tenderly laid would stop trying to persuade me to

,::t ;was. an_ Interesting sessionbhke I in Gainesville, on the 21st and 22nd I to rest in the Union cemetery where violate the law passed by the legislature I with his children and the children of
the victim, ate breakfast and went to
Colman'. court Thursday lof January. 1903. This examination ." the governor added, "which
they await the Resurrection morning,
J E'omE'try,1 i the field to work, leaving the woman
when a extette from the embraces arithmetic. when they will be called forth to under my oath It is my' duty to maintain -
!* i to attend to the household duties.
tad were arraigned upon a Greek and Latin grammar; Greek meet their Saviour in the air. and which I have no right to
I When of the children left the
4arp I one
of wiling liquor In a county and Latin Composition and Greek .\ .\. alter or appeal, and will turn their
field to to dinner he discovered the
bls' Toted against the sale of and Latin authors. Only those candidates ARMY :M'RGKON n.IH.IIl'UT.. persuasive powers and Influences toward ,
in the burned to
woman dying yard
WhUmade< the proceedings are eligible who have passed inducing the railroads to obey i
&t\ a crisp one of her stockings still
: tilt more Interesting was the fact their nineteenth birthday but have Part of Faro Torn Away by Accidental the law as passed until it has had a I smoking.No .
women figured in the cas-j. not passed their twenty-fifth birth- DiM-luirgo of :Shot Gun. fair trial, they would be doing a
I particulars of this awful accident -
_frequent occurrence to ar- day before October 1 of the year in much greater service to their state.
I Tampa Nov. :.While out hunt- could be learned, as there was
i\for Tlolation of this law which they are elected.: Before going I
\ 1i h ing near the Spanish sanitarium, on no one present when it occurred. The
la county, but this is the into residence, all students must. STRICT PROHIBITION BILL
4 ..3sstaatq I I the Bay Shore boulevard this mornIng I woman, however was subject to epileptic -
end of their sophomore
e the
recorded where have reached '
leas been a j 0- work at some Dr. T. D. Berry, an army surgeon To Make Alaltama Dry 'lleady to lxIntriKlucvd fits, and it is supposed that in ,
brought before the barr or second: year .
-. charged university at Egmont Key accidentally in legislature.Huntsvllle. I some way her clothing became ignited -
with this recognized
greatest I. shot himself. lie was in a buggy I when she ran Into the ward, became -
T ** of a civil nature. The or college in the United States.Applicants Ala.. Nov. 3.-A general
""". with two friends, and by the striking I (excited and fell into a fit before -
I a" taed "'ere the two who have hitherto passed state prohibition bill wore stringent ,
wo- of the trigger of the shot gun he she: could cry for assistance." i
raa'ROq' Nancy Harris their qualifying examination, are eli than any that has yet been suggested -
carried on the vehicle seat the weapon The body was terribly charred
Walter gible to election: by the scholarship will be introduced in the state
Harris. Steve
I was dicharped, its contents tearing but the: coroner did not deem it ,
,.-- -II Lonitr senate at the approaching extra ses-
:tert Davis. All par- away part of the side of his face necessary to hold an inquest after the
I rreated: at Xe"'bl"t'ry with There are now at Oxford England, sion by Senator John A, Ltisk of
and forehead. Ills wounds are very particulars had been learned.
l0 if Florida boys who have earned Marshall county. '
Bullock, who was two serious, though at a late: hour tonight The unfortunate woman was ...
!t o ta+tody at Trenton. the Rhodes scholarship Mr. FritzV. Senator Lusk has been in Hunts '
." Whenplied be has even chances for recovery. buried Wednesday aflH800D.De'ltt' .
I --1FU the Ross woman Buchholz, son of the dean of thecolt'ge vllle two or three days and has stirr-

pra1nAtion and was placed for women, was the first Florida ed tip the prohibition fwces. lie CarbfUiied: Witch Hazel

J ad awarded. This PATRIOTIC :SUICIDE.Woman held with se\"erallocal ministers
I 11,000 student to be : a caucus -
s r her ap- Salve is healing and soothing. Good
I ea
> tt Blackman, of during his visit and read to
i.ejlext session of the month Mr. Berkely for pile*. Sold by Live Oak Drug

hrhlch will be held this Winter Park, who is a graduate ot Hanged Herself With I'nited them a draft of the bill which be Company. nov-d

ire Clayton, Walter and Rollins college. Mr. Blackman was StateFlag.. proposes to introduce. It will con

also committee last Jan- tain a section aimed at the social
waived exaralna- elected by the The honeymoon lasts until the
to Baltimore :Md.. No.. :.-Mrs, clubs an Senator Lusk stated to the
A Jail in default of uary. young wife agrees to let the cook get

...";case of Bullock and This scholarship Is worth 300 Cornelia McKelvey today twisted a preachers his hope that it would put the meals

OItponed) until a later pounds per year, or, practically United States fkg into a rope and every club In Alabama out of busi-

I II $1,500 of our money and is tenablefor with it committed suicide by hanging; ness. He says he has no doubt that Best remedy for mothers to use la

I three years. herself to a closet door. Her body Gov. Comer will sign the bill If it Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It }

to Early Risers was discovered by her 13 year-fcl is passed. The bill provides that prohibition tastes nearly as good as maple sugar '
are ,
: made, Sold by Live FoIU5I1ONIYAroTAR grand-daughter. Melancholy Is supposed go into effect in Alabama it contains no opiates. Sold by Live

the act. January 1. Oak Co.
%' : to have prompted Drug nov-d
nov-d Our.s Cstdsl Prn."a P..I! f

t; -7txs .I

I jft

t._ '" "' .
,t' -4 ":"I' --\

_:- "; -<7 .. __ ...-- ._;... .J- ,,'"_ "

is' a, :
.is :
FR it
\t .u

8, 190:.

iniHi'lHii'ultll'1Miiiliiiii'lliiMfliiiiil"ltiiiill"! { !! -

Y j t r y Hinely a Stephensy Company .


Whofesale and Retail I "
) I Dealers in : = -
-- ::

I' ; .}
Horses -

and i iI

7: w I
Buggies LUl
: --


}a $ .
t Mules J


Studebaker and Florence Wagons, WagonsHarness


j: Log Wagons, Turpentine Wagons, I etc. i:

Tie and Wood Wagons Farm I '

i I Always on hand a fine We handle .the following 11 known BIgie3: ::

Wagons, Dray Wagons, Delivery i lot of all purpose. : Anchor, Crawford, Ellis, Blunt, Babcock, Tison&:

Horses and Iules at i Hackney Sumners and Wire-Wheel-hS
:i Jones, ,
Wagons and Road Wagons : : : lowest possible prices. bearing Schacht Buggies '

K Mil III I I I I I i I II II I I II II mlldll, 1'1 I I I I I I

---- --- -

A Dangerous Tblnp
Batchby-You hare a burglar EDISON PHONOGRAPHS

alarm haven't you? j. Our Portable Sail

Mucbpop-Used to have, but I had AND RECORDS.We -
to have it taken out. Outfits are the best

Batchby-No good? keep in stock a line of Edison's latest improvdd Phonographs earth. We, carry a fa

\luchpop-Ob, I guess it was all '
and Records at standard prices. Sold onjeasy pay- --- Stock of all kinds 1A
I right. Dut I was afraid that if it wa
ment plan. Your credit is good. Write or call on
sprung at night it would wake thibaby. I '
t NERY andj can make immediate shipment. W;
-Cleveland Leader.
Live Oak Furniture Co. I for Illustrated Catalog.Address.

The New Pure Fo xl and Drug l.aw'We MALSBY COMPANY

or A. J. WILLIAMS (The Machine :Man .
are pleased to announce that Sewing ) 41 :0\ FonythSt

Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, ATLANTA,iLfT'Fstablihed
colds and lung troubles is not affect lIVE OAK, FLORIDA. : 26 ye in. S.U nearly ball tnilLsn dollars worth .1 fuel i.Z'<<,

ed by the National Pure Food and --
'I KODOL Is offered ---- -- --- --
on a guarante I
i Drug law as it contains no opiates
R. H.
plan for the relief of heart burn, j LOVIER
or other harmful drugs, and we recommend I 111 N1 N11 N 1N11 sL1 rrNN4
flatulence sour stomach. belching of
f it as a safe remedy fo- : : Side CranK and Cc&ttr tint
gas. nausea and all stomach troubles I
4 children and adults. City Pharmacy -
> nova It digests what you eat. It I DUE-BE STEAM ENGINES
will make you healthy. Sold by Live 4 l -
Oak Drug Co. nov-d EN .... }-. Portable and V1K
Inuendo. : IHA .
"I looked into the mirror Halloween -- .) : ,.' Stationary

night," simpered Vanessa, "ardI Love has a way of coming whenou f "('f/'. ( (
/ -
l) .' \a- ,
saw the face of the one I love best } don't want it and leaving when' :
T I IIIII"r"I, .... ..., Ginning Machinery, Saw Ki
in all the world." you want it to stay II '08 ( _, 41 I,
I :" ','If'\'\, \,.' ; '..lt 'g';I! ', I Shingle Mills, Corn MiUs, Pnmpc*
"You can do that any evening, Outfits. Large stock on bind *
I" ': : ; ,,:;) \: I
audibly opined Stella) .-Louisville The Postmaster of Gascooado, )10..1 '' 'WATCHE JJ ..04 will be to your interest to Trb

a Courier Journal. Daniel A. Bugh, says, "I cannot Mallory Bros. Machinery Co., "520.*:
--- too much for jour Kidney & Bladder
Appendicitis: Pills. I feel like a new man." De-

Is due in a large measure to abuse Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills ar" I

of the bowels, by employing drastic sold by Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d Over thirty years exper-

I purgatives To avoid all danger use ience. All work guaranteedR. "IT DO RISE" WASEO Fl
only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the A friend is a man who likes you II

safe, gentle cleansers and invlgor- for what you are regardless of what [ H. LOVIER
ators. Guaranteed to cure headache the world thinks you are. AND

biliousness, malaria and i II I;! LIVE OAK FLORIDA. No HOUSEWIFE SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. .
I I ,
jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drug Cured of Itright's Hi"'t'a&'ot'. -- -- -
store. 25c. nov-dw -- ALWAYS GOOD and
Mr Robert O. Burke Elnora N. : \lways Was Sick. '

Spotted. Y., writes "Before I started to useFoley's ,, When a man says he always was GOOD ALL WAYS '
is Kidney Cure I had to get up -troubled with a cough that
First Tramp (reading advertisement .
from twelve to twenty times a night I(, lasted all winter-what would you
)-Man wanted to chop wood, ASK YOUR GROCER
think if he should
and I was all bloated up with dropsy saj-he never was
bring up coal, take care of garden '
and my eyesight was so impaired I sick since useing Ballard's) Horehound
mind chickens and children- THE C. E. GULLER COMPANY
could scarcely see one of my family ,, Srup Such a man exists.

,, His Pal (groaning-Oh, them across the room. I had given up ,. Mr. J. C. Clark. Denver, Colorado Distributing Fl1
matrimonial advertisements -
I me hope of living when a friend recommended ,: writes: "For years I was troubled -

tired!-Illustrated Bits. Fole>'s Kidney Cure. One 50 :,: with a severe cough that would last ---------- --- -
cent bottle worked wonders and be- ': all winter. This cough left me in a pi I
::1 I
\ Pneumonia Follows a Cold fore I had taken the third bottle the :, miserable condition. I tried Bali -

but never follows) the use of Folf'Y'sHon dropsy had gone, as well as all other I i i i lard's Horehound Syrup and have not LIVE OAK BANK

y and Tar. It stops the cough, symptoms of Bright's disease." City i j i had a sick day since. That's what it

) heals and strengthens the lungs ant Pharmacy nov-dw j did: for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug
t prevents pneumonia City Pharmacy Co. nov-dw ,

nova It is a lot easier to fool the worldin I II I Capitals $75000 -:- Su plus $35,00
She! Knew It. ll. ;
its estimate of you than it Is to r.
There are men in this world who C
be really great.A "Gee! Maude, jer got yer stockin Cashier
can look as innocent as though they, "
on Inside out.
really were
"Doa't I know u?
Der was a hole Ion
Hard Debt to l'ay.
dr oattlde." I \ DL1
-San Francisco /V-495 DOLLARS O' THEIR
He Fought at G<- ys.bufj?. "I owe a debt of gratitude that can Chronicle I

;- David Parker, of Fayette. N Y. never be paid off,*' writes G. S. Clark I II w and eara son; .trg for theiro"

1.- who Jost a foot at Gettysburg writes; of Westfield, Iowa, "for my renege >% !n '
"Electric Bitters have done me moruood from death, by Dr. King'se\\' Dit- ADMIMSTi:.\TItI.VOTICK.. I ers when rh are Placed at
than any medicine I ever took. covery Both tunas: were so seriously Notice is hereby given that I, the --., est ia a gn >. ., ing9 Dan1i-

For several )ears I had stomach affected that death seemed Immin- undersigned, administratrix upon the : Ks ::5 doll r "

trouble, and raid out much money :dent. when I commenced taking! New 1 estate of S. E Thompson, deceased, H 3 all means VS ir

for medicine to little purpose untilI |Discovery The ominous dry, hackling I of Wesdi
will ( 'j.e
on the 25th day of November woik at a
I began taking Electric Bitters I I cough quit before the first bottle \
1907. at the court house in Live Oak. / Lin OII *
would not take |500 for whet they was used, and two more bottles mad I I by placing u tie
Fla, present to J. *>*. Conner
have done for me." Grand tonic foi I a complete cure Nothing has ever County'I II

ib ,-aged and for, female weaknesses equaled New Discovery for cough, I Judge, my accounts and vouchers of Bank

t Great alterative and body builder: I colds and all throat and lung complaints t said estate for annual settlement.

.. cure-cure for lame' back and weak I Guaranteed by Barclay &. I I! September 20, 1. ." -..7EL1Z"ETH. LIVE OAK BANK

a, \Unej8. Guaranteed by; Barclay & i Groover druggist. 50c and 11.09. '! THOMPSON, I:1 4 PER CENT

.GrooTer druggist- 50c. nor-dw (Trial bottle free nov-dw ]i i Sept. :20-60 days: Administratrix. : INTEREST PAID OX S.1t I\dI' 1)FP

.v ',
\ -l: "t';., .
.. "iL ,-#' .,.; $ ......_.L ,, .' "" .. 4h
; -
; .......""'":..J............_. __ ... -

....: .. i\e" :cJi Lt r jf ;' ... ". '?. : "' Pf! -i '
1 "
1,, I -T'+ _.. ,

.. -p s


'fh ice--: :: -----.., '-- ---- -- --------- ---=-- -- _

,.I"tl' 'iiiI' 'II' '81' '1iI/1. I1' 'iii 1'1. I' LJtJL_'!L'L'_lll.:11GJL', '1/..lL'L','_!L'J 8'iiiI'_ ,tl' 11''fll'.'8'iii I'' L LSd%

p tE





t i1 GUN CASES, -- REELS, '5



3' 4 .. ... : : .

r your attention to the large line-of


:i i we now have In stock. I tI?

'I; We can frankly say that our line is complete in every respect, and

is the largest to be found in this section of the country.

t: Our prices are equally as low as you will find any where. Call 'k I

r and see us. .


r %1 1I 1 .. I ,

it I IE


ALH "One Price To Every One s Our Jy\otto." I IE

I.[ r*

I :,n-T. ... ..,. /.. : /.. ', /""" / ",, / .... ; : / .... .- ,, /...,, .- R"RA:;r :!: -9 7Jr:7I"-A ... .-8 ... :T/iJ -.. .- R'A..7r, :'. ..
r. -- -- -' '' "
I s3Zss55s55$5s55
-- -' h
- -
-- -----
I '- j LIM.IKICOLD: --I -- -
I ''''SS' When you want a good meal I j XTI11' SIM:. i NOTICE.To .

: i: DR. L. M. DIXON, 8 i call atMANKER'S Notice is hereby given that I, the I \th..t..tI <>(Ii.T Trr.it nirnt Hut Whom It May Concern:

, "'2 ft) undiiitigned special master in chan- j Oui kly rum! li> ('hamieerLsin's Be It known that THE LIVE OAK

' De1VTIST. l ni. .. under and by virtue of a final : (""1I.h lt>:1)1'(11. BOTTLING WORKS, having their office

' '.1' RESTAURANT[ J I dV< ife of foreclosure made by IIou. I ''Last winter 1 caught a very severe and factory in the city of Live

'f'i !crrono.vriA.WORK CROWN SraclALTIES.AND BUIDO al, I U II Palmer judge of the Circuit j I cold which lingered for weeks" Oak, county of Suwannee state of
Cf Florida, i
) hate
() : .r-I Court, Third Judicial Circuit of Florida I says J. Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario, adopted and do hereby I I
p k L Office 1m l.ewla BuiHI.s s Opposit Union Shed. Good in and for Suwannee county In "lly cough was very dry and harsh. publish this device, towit: "The prop-

I ( IfstSSSSiSiSSSS6SSS chancery, wherein };. J, Blume & Co. The local dealer recommended Cham- erty of LIVE OAK BOTTLING

. i vice guaranteed. I are complainants and Sam Johnson I berlain's Cough Remedy and guaranteed WORKS TRADE MARK REGISTERED

! and Janie Johnson are defendants, it. so 1 gave it a trial. One LIVE OAK FLA," to be blownor
J. M. PRICE, M. D., TANKER I I etched Into the
CHAS. bottles
Prop. II for the purpose of satisfying and paying I small bottle of it cured me. I believe and
I the amounts mentioned in said Chamberlain's Cough Remedyto siphons, painted, printed or stenciled i IS

I PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON. final decree I will\ offer for sale and be the best I have ever used." on all boxes cases trays or fountains

"" tell to the highest and best bidder for This remedy Is for sale by Barclay & used by them In the manufacture of i

s OmCB *HONX 1M.'FHOVE Jl( l tt..tiJ: .J/l at 'cash in front of the front door of Groover and all druggists nov-w. soda, or other mineral waters. Said '

USIDDCJI 112. .J6 u.L/U.U ..6l..tcgde.Jl I the courthouse In Lice Oak Florida, bottles siphons boxes, cases trays or
i between the legal hours of sale, on Notice Application for Tax Deed fountains bearing the name of "The

*S!* hte.r.f Snwaame Drug Store l if / I Monday, December the first, 1907 I Under Section H of Chapter Live Oak Bottling Works" as abo>-s
Write at once and learn why we secure best t the following described real estate, quoted, are hereby claimed to be the t
4HHH, JAWS of Florida.
I.t ld rsos.K.D C.K.Creekmore.H.D.Wersin .DOBiUooa.and best AitnrimoN.salaries for our PTM.graduates.Et7GENE 'j to-wit: Lot thirty-seven (37) inIlildreth's property of the said LIVE OAK BOTTLING
I | Notice is hereby given that D.V..
WORKS, and all
Second Addition to the I persons or
4 i Creekmore. town of Lire Oak Florida in Suwannee ) Brown, purchaser of Tax Certificate corporations are hereby cautioned not
Notice Application for Tax 1)ff1 I county, Florida. j No. 4, dated the 5th day of June,I to deface erase, obliterate, cover up

M>7 Mins and Surgeons Under Section 8 of Chapter Purchaser to pay for title. j IA. D. 1906, has filed said certificatein or otherwise remove or conceal said

-18S8, Lat of Florida. J. L. WHITE my office, and has made application : name or device thereon, or to devise

:. Un eat. PUrU. Notice is hereby given that E. n. I Special Master in Chancery I for tax deed to Issue In accord- buy sell, give, take or otherwise dispose -
\ .
L .r- 1e1"CO nv J. C., Baisden'a store. Of :McLeran purchaser of Tax Certificate I J. L. LEE, Solicitor for Complainants ance with law. Said certificate em- of or wantonly destroy or traffic
In the same without the written con-
i 8mce phones IS and 131. No. 7. dated the 5th day of June braces the following described pry :
TO THE FARMERS.It sent of, or unless the same shall have
.t certificatein perty situated in Suwannee Countv.Florida ,
A. D. 1905, has filed said I
o i been purchased from the said LIVE
plat Utatoa. A. B. SMALLOBERSON my office, and has made application ii i teems that some one, for some to-wit: East one-half of I! OAK: BOTTLING WORKS. Also the
reason and without knowledge> southwest one-fourth of Section i'
deed to issue in accord- 27,1 device and
f for tax emblem of label, to-wit.
j & SMALL '. of the law, has put out the report in 2
ance with law. Said certificate em- Township south. Range; 15 east, : "Suwannee Trade Mark Registered -
the county that farmers are not allowed
I Sw .
braces the following described pro- acres. Ginger Ale. the most refreshing
-,k AmRNEYS AT LAW. in Suwannee County. to ell their produce either: The said land being assessed at ginger ale known Live Oak Bottling
:- -:- perty situated fruits, vegetables or fresh meats
-b feet, the date of the issuance of such certificate Works Live Oak, Fla" printed In
rttwril practice in Stat. and Florida, to-wit: Lot 524x210 within! the city. I would like to say :
in the name of Unknown. three color, and upon which In the
Federal Wellborn.The
Courts.j55IUPSTams northeast corner Dlock 19 that there Is no such State law or
fight; hand corner appears the picture i
Unless said certificate shall be
assessed at redeemed -
i"i said land being city ordinance.You
]. L WIM BUILDIMO I of an Indian woman, sitting
f ,, ?ausrs'),i.. 190 the date of the issuance of such certi- farmers bring your produceIn according to law, tax deed upon a e
Uv *? rock by a stream of water.
u. FLORIDJu I the name of Unknown.: we need It.I will Issue thereon on the 18th day of
ficate in Any corporation, or Craw, or parties -
write this because I line 11a.1more ; November, A, D. 1907.
certificate shall be r'
the ,
Unless said using said bottles siphons ;
J. B. JOHNSON deemed according to law tax deed-1 than a wore of inquiries about: Witness my official signature and boxes, cases, trays, or labels or Imitation -
of such a law. J. B. JOHNSON', seal this the 17th day of Oetoba-.
will issue thereon on the ISth day or attempted imitation thereof
: I Mayor A. D. 1t61.
will be prosecuted law
liD, COUNSELOR AT LAW November A. D. 1907. as per as laid
and I .Seal) J, W. BRYSON, down in Chapter 4584, Acts of 1897,
LIVE Witness my official signature:
y [ OAK FLORIDA. of October X< tice.PiBemoaat. Cleric Circuit Court. Sa aa.. Coun of the state of Florida
15th day !
seal this the
"+++eZ IQ k hitr. Building- ':i: Fla., NOT. 4, 147. ty. Florida. w-octl8-4t LIVE OAK BOTTLING WORKS
A. D. 1907. : Please announce that Rer. B. O. R. H. Holmes' Prop.

: o 'L &ROOME' ---- tSJH J. W- BRYSOX. 1 Harrell will preach at Pinenoaat.i A II 'lMMe Live Ook Fla., Oct 25. 1&07
Coa.I ..- Itenxtly for Cr"iip. _
: I Clerk Circuit Court. Suwannee i :'.:ov. 10: and Rev. W. H. McLeedwill Mrs. S. --- -.lIc'd
Rosinthal. of Turner, Michigan ( ,
1 ud Counselor at Law, I ty. Florida. u-octlS-lt preach the 11th and 12th. Ev sass: "We lave used Chamber- Suwannee County Meeting.Sea Island Cotton i
LIVE OAK:, FLA. ery body ill requested to be present. lain's Cough Medicine for ourselves Growers' Association is d

in all the courts of the Chapped hands are quickly cured d-w F. C AMC ALL. and children for seeralears anil 'I ; f: 'o r-.eet in regular session hereb.ydpd at

attention given to con- by applying Chamberlain's Salve. like: if very murh: I t*,u:h. It is -1;" I t'..t"r :art house in Live Oak on Sat-

"tkm of rents, etc. All Price 25 cents For sale by Barclay !]I A woman can see a lot to interesther only remedy for croup and can hislii ard.i; Nov 16, 1S07

lj attended to. i & Groover and all drug, in a man whom she believes is a recommend It For sale by Bar i M, J, CHESHIRE. Pres.

4' blic State at Large 'I gists. nov-w. i bit dangerous to fool with clay & Groover and all druggists. nw I W. D. WHATLEY. Sec.v. I If

f._, ..nr._ ._ 4"_. "v.' : TiJ'-
..', .

\ i t Z-f.
r: \ -

8. 190?.

----------- ---- -

Stung. Notice Application for Tax Deed I Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by, One'American

Weary Willie--What's up Ragsle? Under Section 8 of Chapter I Ios e of Chamberlain's Colic, Manufacturing

W'at yer looks' so worried about? 4888, Laws of Florida. I Cholera and Diarrhoea ,

Ragson Tatters-I read a piece in Notice is hereby given that J. W. I Remedy.
de paper dig mornln where a scien- Atlanta Georgia.
Wells, purchaser of Tax' Certificates I was so weak from an attack of ,
tific writer says: "Doln' nothin' all
Xos. 337 and 340. dated the 7th day I dlarrfcoea that I could scarcely attend 1
de time is de hardest kind o' work. '
1 of June, A. D., 1897 and Tax Certi- to my duties, when I took a dose of Complete '
Heavens! suppose dat's true!-Philadelphia ,Machinery
Press. ficate No. 196, dated the 6th day of I Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and

June, A. D. 1904, has filed said certi-I Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me en-

There Is No Reason ficates in my office, and has made ap-I tirelx and I tad Wen taking other EquipmentsStandard

i why your baby_ should be thin, and plication for tax deed to issue in ac- medicine for nine days without relief. f

fretful during the night. Worms. are cordance with law. Said certificates I I heartily recommend this remedy as Woodworking Machinery.Saw .
the cause of thin, sickly babies. It embraces the following described I being the best to my knowledge for Mills, Plaining Mills, Shingle Mills, Lath Mills,

is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe property situated In Suwannee County -j I I bowel complants.-R. G. Stewart, of :Mills, Spoke and Handle Factories: ood. Turning MaciHttB

fat and sleep well. If your baby' Florida, to-wit: Not 337, southwest -II the firm ol Stewart & Bro., Greenville Wood Yard Machinery etc. Engines Boilers, Gas and Gat l
does not retain its food, don't experiment -:
one-fourth of northeast one- Ala.. For sale by Barclay & line Engines, Saw Mill Machinery, Belting and Mill Supfe

4 with colic cures and other fourth; No. 3 northeast onefourthof I Groover, and all druggists. w* i iI' I Manufacturers of American "Permanite" Rooffn .: :,,
medicine, but try a bottle of White's'Cream ,
Vermifuge, and you will soon Lot 5; No. 196, northwest one- The Best Flint Coated, No-Tar Ready to Lay Roofing. ;

se your baby have color and laugh as fourth of southeast one-fourth; all I'New Pupils Entering the Southern I lor SAMPLES end for the Asking. Address .: .

It it should. Sold by Suwannee Drug of said land In ,Section 32, Town-!' Business College Every Week. AMERICAN MANUFACTURING Co., Inc., ATLANTA (LCJ

Co. nOTdw.I I ship 5 south, Range 13 east. Among the latest enrollments at

r The said land being assessed at I tie Southern Business College are: ... mttifttLive ................... ..... ............,...
Indorsed. 1 the date of the Issuance of such certI- Mrs. Mattie Poole, of this city, who

1 r "We've named Sam Piffle for: ficate in the name of Unknown. enters the stenographic department, -k:

: poormaster, an' Absalom Boggs fer I Unless said certificate shall be redeemed and Mr. Archie Marable, of Genoa, Oak Bottltog Worl

hog reeve." I Fla., who will enter the commercialand
according to law, tax deed _
"Good ticket. Best the town ever: telegraphy departments. Prof.
will issue thereon on the 18th day of
J had." I Hatton reports this college in R. H. Holmes Prop.
November A. D. 1907. ,
I "Yes; an' one perfectly satisfac- flourishing condition, and the Indica-

tory tew the president, as we hey Witness my official s.gnature and I tions for a very large increase during ---:--- S

i ( been given tew understand.-Puck. seal this the 17th day of October, November flattering. Many inquiries, Manufacturers and,bottlers of The Famous suwaJ!

A. D. 1907. both personal and by letter, are made
4 Thre's Xo Use (Seal) J. W. BRYSON, concerning terms, boarding arrange- nee Springs Ginger Ale, Coca Cola, Iron Brerj PC

: talking you can't beat Herbine for Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee Count ments, etc., all of which the college Mellow, Raspote and Ginal Lemon, Root Beer, Choca slate ]

the liver. The greatest regulater Florida. "' -.oct1S4Trt'bur1 gives prompt attention. Graduates
Cream Soda Sherry Vanilla Pesin Ola and Free
: ;i ever offered to suffering humanity. If I' have no trouble in finding lucrative -

I ; you suffer from liver complaint, if positions right here In Live Oak, I Tolo. .

: you are bilious and fretful, its your Department, State of Florida j which indicates not only the popular- -.-

: I liver, and Herbine will put it in Its Office of Comptroller Tallahassee ity of the institution, but the commercial ,I Every Gallon of water used is Artesian. Filtered and 1M II i,

; 1 proper condition. A positive cure for .-Xo. 103. growth of the city. tilled, my water pipe is connected with the large Ice Factor:i

j, t Constipation, Biliousness Dyspepsia Whereas, by satisfactory evidence i I I The management announces that distillery. !

; and all ills due to a torpid liver. Try presented to the undersigned, it has i new classes in stenography and typewriting -
In every respect my plant is entirely up-to-date, being operated ty
.4 a ottle and you will never use anything been made to appear that a banking; will be organized next Monday Electrical
: c else. Sold by Suwannee Drug I power.
association under the name of The .I' and invites all young people interested We are prepared to furnish these goods to all dealers in the ititc. ;
Company. nov-dw Citizens Bank of Live Oak, located 't
------ r rIt
1 In mastering this "wingedart"
Live Oak Florida, and organized '
Xo Fines to apply at the office at once. YOURS FOR BUSINESS ,
f under the laws of Florida, has com- I

,. t Redd-I see the blood thrown out plied with all the provisions required Terms are reasonable and within i "

I f.. by the heart travels seven miles in' t3 be complied with by the Banking I I I reach of every one Live Oak Bottling i lYorkst

an hour. I
Laws cf the State of Florida, before j I
Grf'ene-Well that's
within the i iI
an association shall be author-
speed limit.-Yonkers Statesman I ; R. H. HOLMES Proprietor
ized to commence the business of Notice is hereby given that the i v
II Obit >4DEd 0 l i t+.......tt t y94J MUtu......."
He Charitable banking undersigned as administrator of the ; t '

to jour horses as well as to yourself. Now, Therefore, I, A. C. Croom, !I Estate of J. A. Adams, deceased, willI \?

i You need not suffer from pains of Comptroller of the State of Florida, I I i on Monday, the 13th day of January, J'I

any sort-your horse need not suffer. by virtue of the authority vested IP i 1190S, present hs! vouchers, receipts !.

% Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini me by Section 2702, of the General |I and report of and for the Estate of

ment. It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts Statutes of the State of Florida, ; J. Adams, debased, and thereupon -

Bakersfield, Mo, writes: "1 certify that the Citizens Bank of Live :I apply for his final discharge as
have used jour Liniment for tea J administrator of the said estate.
f Oak, of Live Oak, in the County of I
years and find it to be the best I Suwann/e :I I J. \VETHERL1NGTON., f
I and the State of Florid, ,
have ever used for man or beast. i ?- -6m Administrator
is authorized to commence the business j
Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. no -dw.t I
t --- of banking under the name'j!I. lUHiKUS' I.IV1.:lflVO1tT *

I. Had Horn 'ihere. above given with a capital stock of I P.ir nu.l CaiiclialaguaI

fifty thousand dollars. I For the complete; cure of Cough
Mr. Grf'en-\\'lll you believe me
when I tell you that I was never before Given under my hand and :i i Cold., Asthma and Brenchltis and all I! A TIRED HORSEIs

I engaged to girl? seal of office, this fifth day of i I Lung complaints tending to Consumption -'
liverwort, Tar and \\ild tlirrry, Just as able to dd hard work as a man with.an exhausted
(Seal) September A. D. One Thousand
Miss Summer-maid, I knew '
I lave for ages maintained an established torpid liver. Constipation drags a long train of troubles
that the first time you kissed me/ and Nine Hundred anl : behind it. The doesn't
I reputation is a standard Cough machinery can't work if the boiler
Illustrated Bits. seven. A. C. CROOM, I i I Itemedv It contains no opium or' make steam to move it If the stomach and liver don't da }

\ sept.3-St mptroller State ol Fla. :i I harmful drug ran be given with their work, the body' and brain can't do their duty.
.\ Significant '
Prajer. '
,afefy to children Price .
$1 00 Sold
fam.arf* Lemon Laxative makes things right
"May the Lord help you make ,
bv druclsts.11l1arns'
NOTICE. Works the ,
quietly gently and torment
effectively. Doesn't
\ Bucklen's Arnica Salve known to '
I I Props., Cleveland, O. Sold by the bowels.
\ Follows remediesCures J
all." writes J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel Notice is hereby given that the Suwann Drug Store. nature's methods with nature's A
and tones up weakened liver and bowels. Makes rich,red
Hill, X. C. It quickly took the pain physicians of the Suwannee County : I blood. Good lor young and old. Sold by druggists everywhere. <
out of a felon for me and cured it in Medical Association will place all -
a wonderfully short time." Best I LAMAR, TAYLOR & RILEY DRUG CO. 1
on their past due accrJu: ts in the hands
earth for burns and wound I A LIQUID COLD CURE Macon Georgia
sores : i
I of the association's special agent for DOSES
25c at Barclay & Grover drug collection if not satisfactorily set-1 I -ANDLAXATIVE CENTS
store. nov-dw i I
tied by December 1. 1907. COUGH
I Ilmaatl' SYRUP ,
Pretty Had.DeAuber I I
4 -This is a portrait of fi THE
Hue -
you neglected your Kidneys ,
I Judge Blank. What do you think I and Stationary EI>g
Have you overworked your nervous ORIilML' Saw-Mub.Wwd
ought to get for it? THE Boilers; ; c-
and caused trouble with
system you Machinery and Suppl1e5.plete "
Criticus-Oh, about six months.- I .
kidneys and bladder* Have you painsIn NEB line carried in stoC

Chicago Dally News loins, side, back, groins and blad- al Term Write for catalog
! .. IDEA j
der? Have you a flabby appearance I V
Dancing Prove Fatal "*
of the face especially under Mate Agentf.r the OLDS

Many men and women catch cold eyes? Too frequent a desire to pass I and (ASOL1NE ENGI

at dances which terminate in pneu- urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills Tme X4 Clever Blotiora tot tie laser lie M
monia and consumption. After exposure will curs you-at Druggist Price SOc. Irtrj BotU.

if Foley's Honey and Tar Is Williams' Manufacturing Co., Props., "A Cold or a Cough nearly always pro MACHINERY. .I

taken it will break up a cold and no Cleveland, O. Sold by Suwannee ,i dunes constipation! -the water all runs to the
eyes nose and throat Instead of passing out LONG DISTANCDERS5NE74MUNICAT:220TCEAN
serious results need be feared. Re- Drug Store. : STREET
apr-ljr .f the system through the liver and kidneys I
fuse any but the genuine in a yellow -- -- -- i For the want of moisture the bowels become! JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
package.We I I dry and hard." Nearly all other cough cure l -

have secured the agency for FOK MTLK. aro constipating especially those containing I '
Opiates. Kennedy Laxative Hooey and
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new Tar moves the bowels, contains .. cher's66
\ nice farm one-fourth mile from no Opa.! I 66
laxative that makes the liver lively, Fle
the corporation line, west of Live KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE .
purifies the breath, cures headache
Oak 212 acres 150 acres in cultivation -
r and regulates the digestive organs.
Cures chronic constipation. Ask us 100 acres of new fresh land for The: best Chill, Fever: and LaGrippe COn

about it City Pharmacy. dw cotton, a nice Sroomstory tlwel (VSTAISUW the market. Be: sure: to get the genuine-

ling good barns 3 tenant houses! 4 It has the
HONEWAR : signature in red ink. Accept nOt
Nothing hurts quite so much as good oucg; mules 2 two-horse
f other as there It
being misunderstood by those wet wagons 4 sets of harness. 1 one-horse u is none: "Just as good.

think ought to understand us best. wagon, good buggy and harness all _of the Relieves system through Colds by a working copious them action out of cost, but 25 cents for 16 doses if it cures,

farming tools sugar mill and kettle, the bowels. NOT ONE CENT IF IT DOES NOT.
Take some good reliable and safe Jerse Relieves .Cot:ghs by cleansing and
one ycow will give 3fe gallonsper
strengthening the
mucous membranes of by
digestant like KODOL for djspepsia. day, 650 bushels of corn, ItS the throat.chest,lungs and bronchial tubes CRESCENT Yr
KODOL Is the best remedy known today PHAR MAC
head of hogs, corn and potatoes. Will For Cqrap. WBOOSZ Cough,L* Grippe, ;,
belching and all !
for heart burn Live
Influents, Bronchitis, and all Oak
sell all or a part of the farm at a i Cougti, Florida.
i troubles arising from a disordered Colds, Long and Broncalal affections M fOR SALE
bargain. Come and see me before I BY ALL DRUGGIST.Fletcher's.
digestion. It is pleasant to take and remedy U equal to Bce4y'a LXUT
buying. W. R. LEE KoIa'7 ad Tar. QJ14reD Ub It.
promptly. by
affords relief 66
Co. noy.1 I woctlllmoLive Oak, Fa. I Put up In lie,floe aM 1.00 beetles at 1M....I 4
Oak .
Live Drug y rmtery.f t O.D Wltt*0e..CNcap.U.LAo

.. '
I'd -
... .l/ r' ), -'

i.r -; a
1 t

f f;

Organ florid and*.of Snwannee:City: of' Qrltt; ltwaltltet: emocrat Lar Sawann Connties.i eGrcnlationC .e;and: .,,, ,,, 4,

r::.: Ir :g i=I jCeosolidsted Aunt 12.1897 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER,8,190:. vot..i.=A s { =s rp
W w vv vrx W WXX IIX w w W w w w wX V wX w .V* -
Jaf.- -
:f.H HME E E_j'lB E E rE tlt! H H E H HE E3 E E E _
M X M M Mk X M MIU i (MkXM T M M M


Always the Best and Always in Demand :maI

I Chattanooga Cane Mills and! Chattanooga Plows t

1 y
The season is here when these articles are required. r

They are necessities for the farm, and we have a ,

car load now in stock ready for your inspection. ;
_. 3w* gy k

%M :si


; _
4 (M '
t, s Winter winds will be here before
\ we can get ready. Winter Clothes Er

r will be needed. Have you bought



i Men's latest styles, all-wool Suits, from $8.00 to $25.00 E r

k Youth's sizes, 3-piece Suits, - $6.00 to $12.00 M W

; Boys' sizes, 2-piece Suits, - $2.50 to $7.50 MME

r __ --- --


We carry at times a full line of Staple Groceries, and invite our customers to call 3

for anything they want. If we are temporarily out of an article, we take pleasure 3w
in getting it for you. Mx3Wft


; We Buy Cotton and Country Produce {Y

; -----



.r.ti, A
x x xvrE .
?I' xwxxwxxwxxwXxWXxw wXxvrxxwxxwxxdvXxvrXx
m w jfws&txsy w ?vxxw wXxWx wX wx' x x Tf ME E f
f }
ME n
H ii
H E H E3M H H /PkXMk c R M k( __. M >
M -----
M ...

;. .,.- -

/ '"', ... ... '.' ,
......,' ,,- 'i.-J.-/ ; "' .

1007. Iy
'' i r! f' THE SCWAXNEE DEMOCRAT. "' :10.\\ OE3I1SER. 8

*" *- :
TaTS /SsTSsStfB JZd&Q&QSK&QS /& yw/www
rt 4= s

. The Hair Hardware Co.;

_ _ _ _
, ,
F ;
Wetter Jewel




x The Fence that is best adapted to your lands. Try it and convince yourself .

I Sherwin-Williams and Peaslee- Cooking Utensils in Tinware and

Enamel l Ware. The "Blue Dla1 -
: i} Gaulbert Go's Paints, two of the
1 mond" Crockery for everybody
! best. We can prove this to you
'= from Government reports. from the modest price to the

f Ask us and see! highestGuns

y Oils Varnishes Stains Pistols Rifles Ammunition

For Sale by Hair Hardware Co. ,

Shelf Hardware, Primble Gutlery and something cold in the ERSEY I

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







is 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 Cloaks.

Also to our large stock of dress trimmings.

S Commencing on next Monday, November 4th, and continuing for Thirty Days, we

viII make special prices on all goods as mentioned above. If you need anything in this '

j line, come and see us. Now is your opportunity to get supplied for the winter.

We 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

ine this stock before you buy. We have just received one car load, 150 bbls., Kaufman's

i Ideal high grade Patent Flour, which we consider the best goods we have ever offered

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

strongest guarantee goes with it. '

I: Highest market prices paid for Cotton, Chickens, Eggs and Turkeys.

i{ A. W. HcLERAN = = Weilborn Fla.
j i .
--- --
Liniment. -- -
\ (loot -
i'aln reliable linmonia -
yOU need a good
at ;ry Chamberlain's Pain Balm. ,1 Pains at the waist, back, front, or side, are nearly sure proof of female troubJe.
no superior for Some other signs are headache, pressing down
pains, restless"
posur? i irregular functions
A piece of flannel : t ness, cold limbs nervousnesS, etc. These
taken it \ pains be
Balm Is may allayed, the system
'. tth Pain ; the womanly functions
serious res for lame regulated by the use of
fuse any bulaster Ide or chegt. It ,

package.fino We. .have.axa"J tic IOssible.o'or pains and !I IO. : Wine of CarduiMrs.
laxathe tha&'oover and all I
th_ Annie Hamilton, of
purifies Stetsonville
and regul.t Minister '( from the grave after three (3) doctors writes- ClCardui saved.11!
Cures chrcrain\ Cough ( and I recommend failed to help me. It 1 is a good medicineWRITE
DOTW'A I t it to all suffering .
alS women. For bottles.Chatunooga.
about It. used Chamberlain j I sale at all druggists, in $1
Writ ..
US A LETTER today far a free copy of !sable tr4 .
our home for seven I 1'b" -Dale. mvstrate4 Book far Women, If y f 1r\ld
.. 'aY 'reply.N:1 be "
Xothinf always proved to I The CAattanou,a Mt'Jlone Co-. sent in pa.n.Ten a' J-1f..
being m edy. \\e have foud i -"
---- ,,
think than the 'a l'1: 1- :, ,; \li---\.i.I \T- ... ..
oil more r and wfe.; :of jdau&htetI
: 0 : fJ'Ul': __ ... ,.,, SUWU.Ll. -1 S11.
it. It is ,, .1 !' M 1> \j 1 I. d l- ;'ariou, sa'tion.
aim for Laud fl> I" ':.' ; h::> ar gUbs of Ih n Ethel! toIl.1Y. \I Jla.I 11 S 'iI"annee
I IqigesUnev. .
L :
aa.-rnoon ;
Taker croup and whooping v.:i\ todc1\ : aT I'i" "rr 'J' ink '." .b3PPIIL:
of of the are in '" .
James A. Lewis I congestion lungs. The -
KODMilaca.. Minn M E. I funeral service will be held ibis U. D Mercer and wife, of Columbia --- '-. of \\
Mrs Laura :i' ;
: has resigned his posi- afternoon jft
day cough at two o'clock bv Elder J. are in the .
mberlainX city today Mr Mer- Parents
icon Ga i" \ .
Coachman Livery T. Butler Internu' '
wit take
place CPr is
t by Barclay & Groover a prominent lumber man, and and :\11_ i G".'1, neat
higgists. at the city cemetery Is here on business. ray jI
'" s
\ I h{"
_{. id: -'--'-.---..._,.... ,-,,-AAi: -

-i; :.f.F;' '

--, ".. "
rik ; ,


LOCAL NEWS ,WHEN YOU SELL COTTON partners, doing business under the; $-$-$-$-$-$-$ 999 999--$-3--$-$ ..

firm name of Davis Bros., and LIddie

Friday 4 l>al11.W. M. Davis, the wife of J. E. Davis, are :
H. Nevils, one of our good defendants, and wherein I, the un- t Confidence I

farmers lit ing about five miles southwest Remember that Wolfe has a dersigned, was appointed Special
of town on the Lancaster road, Master to execute said final decree;

left with the editor of the Democrata i Iarg lot of Jeans, Repellants therefore I will, on the first Mondayin i -

sweet potato that weighed five and I December 1907, same being the i Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for .

one-half pounds. It Is a splendid outings, etc., that he is selling 2nd day of December, during the T the ardor with which we are pushing t

legal hours of sale, at the town of
specimen of a what good variety be done, with and at the old prices to close out Peacock, Florida, in Suwannee county -
shows again can The First National Bank
our Suwannee county lands under his dry goods which he does ,, sell at public auction, to the ; ,
proper cultivation. Mr. Nevils has highest and best bidder therefor, for t.

our thanks for this remembrance, and not intend to carry any longert cash the following described property I Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks
j to-wit: One twenty-barrel still
best wishes for continued prosperity.Mrs. agents of the Con-
frequently inspected
Get a bargain at and fixtures set up at said Peacock, 1 They are .
M. A. Avent, who has for Florida. Terms of sale cash. Pur- troller of Currency, and are called on to make r

many years lived in this county, diedat chaser to pay for title.J. l. sworn statements to him five times each year, hence I

her home a few miles from the Wolfe on Corner B. JOHNSON. J they are under the direct supervision of the NationI
city yesterday, and was buried today Special Master. 1.al Governmetlt, and its the staongest on .
--- -
at Mount Beulah. She was the widowof I KAY DOGGETT & SMITH,
the late T. F. Avent, one of our I From Wednesday's Daily. I Jacksonville, Fla. 1 i Safest Banking, Lr

oldest citizens. Seven children, four Mrs. Jennie Spencer and daughter |I Solicitors for Complainant. I r Best :Methods,

boys and three girls, all living in this Miss Mlle Belle, Wellborn, are In' D-wky-lmo Service t
for Up-to-date
i ,
section save one daughter who lives the city shopping today. I
i Resolutions of RtSpect.Hall Liberal Treatment
left to her -
In Alabama are mourn
W. I of Corinth Lodge, No. 93, F. 1 Conservative Methods.
departure. Mrs. Avent was a memberof A. Nobles of Groover, Is among I
the business visitors In the j and A.1.., Sept. 14 A. L. 5907, A. (
the Baptist church, and was 10"edand city to l
the National Banks. have
day. ;, D. 1907. Always use They prospered -
t honored by all who knew her.
Funeral services were held by Rev. i I Whereas, The Great Grand Masterof i' in greater numbers than all other banking in- !

John Holmes, and Funeral Director H. Wimberley ot the Rock Cut the universe who ruleth all things stitutions. L

PoUdamer was the undertaker. The neighborhood Is in the city on bus-i I t has seen fit, in his wisdom to take Watch us grow, our profits are now as large as

Democrat tenders its sympathy to the iness. from our Lodge Brother William our capital was at our beginning.
sorrowing loved ones. Mock, late of Suwannee county, }' A'I St +

Mrs. Kunert of Rixford, is in the I but later of Deerfield, Dade

from Saturday's Daily. city shopping this afternoon.J. I Fla., I FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
D. W. Harrel of McAlpln, is a Therefore, Be It resolved by this ,

visitor! to the city today. W. Kight of Suwannee Station, lodge that In the loss of Brother
:Mock that we have lost a true: and Live Oak Florida.
was in the city this morning.J. f f fl.
W. II. Dorman of Houston was in worthy brother, and the widow and

the city yesterday on business.J. orphans a true and faithful hus-
C. Dasher of Pin Mount, Is in
band and father. Be it further -* $-$-$- '-$-\.- -$ -3-*- -$-$-->1i-4- -.-
M. Marable, of Luraville. was town today on business.E. .
Resolved, That a copy of these res-
here on business this morning.Ned .
olutions be recorded in the bbok of
S. Lanier of Luraville is here

Clark of Luraville. is in" the today trading. I page records be of left our blank lodge to, and the that memoryof one Now is the Time to Visit the

city today.J. deceased brother.
H>ron Martin of Branford, is hereon I our
I Resolved Also, that a copy of
J. Dickinson, of Wellborn, is in business today.
I these resolutions be mailed to the
the city today. widow of brother Mock, and to the Jamestown Exposition
The Live Oak Bottling Works are i ,
D. I* Mickler--of the Devan settle- having their Suwannee Ginger Ale Suwannee ,

ment, is In the city today trading. label registered. It is a very attractive lish the f&me.l5 :
label and is well worthy of pro- >f>o tfully submitted. .
Mrs. Poucher, from near Suwannee tection by registration. The designer 1 GEO. E. 11.\WKIXS.I i 1ft

Station, is in the city today. of It must have given it consider 1 W. W. LEGGETT,
War Path :.: Air Ship :=: Naval Display
/ able thought and work for it Iii .\. C. SELPH. :; ,
\V. H. Set4y. of Dowling Park, wasa among the most attractive labels in Committee.
k business visitor in the city >ester the market. Mr. Holmes is having a ------ i will interest and instruct Do not
day. big sale of this drink and it will very =-' :' :' ::: : :' ': ::1:1:1:1: : ;:: :::; I ;-a you.

l likely grow in popularity until it becomes H P I fail to go at once. For beautifully illustrated -

D. J. Mills, a prominent merchantof one of the leading soft drinksin folder discrip-
lI dUIO .301(1JUUEAns u : maps,
Rossburg, is in the city today trad the south.ExShEriff. I ) (
In,. tine matter, list of hotels, etc., write to
n HH

Hawkins began grindinghis
Miss Adel Clayton has to I
gone i
3 cane this morning and true to his BOYLSTON
imraville ,
to teach in the public
genial disposition wanted all hirienda s
: school. :: -- -- U a
( to sample the quality of n r

sweetness he was turning oat went t ('O!."(.$ anis' .' ; District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
s Col. L. E. Roberson returned from
round treating all his friends. IIdidn't 1 I H1tJ.J1'spnpo.td u-n aqi J' J sn f!
a business trip to Lake City last u.) aapao ue M.( puss IJIVL finds Ii
forget to come by the Democrat
night. 'J-OJ 00 O MM'* '\HOIVH99Vl
ofSee and we are prepared to say 4 IOUMVS ..qi ..
that the Juke wa most excellent. lie su a-wwu Jno Ift\\ lJfuwnor e.\oqu
F. M. Kite and daughter, Mrs. has our thanks. I suodnoa }qj jo auo uij\! ui ,
,: Evans, of Grover, are in the city today I ::
> ----- --

Mr. Williams, one of erounty's H ij: 001$ S13naOHd lOllNYS 011 I u t
Miss Annie Rape, of Wellborn most prosperous citizens, :: ..
i Kliiiii I M.IIiK. :i I lii I Kl I !i 1'IIIPI'nll'mI ; : --
in the city this morning looking u
passed through this morning on her was > .
I $ "" .M't't"R!
way to Indian Springs. after business Interests. I i 'i'V UO.IACJM: l V IJITIn| ) | 1: Mr. G F Haddook. brother of the pounds. Mr. Haddock is a firm believer -

-- ,l Oc.\\ !):\I\ J.\=J ,\\' SpecialMater's Sale.
From Monday Daily. :\ JWl I ?,.wi.vv\\ ? I west of town paid lii' Democrat office it very superior for almost any kindof
Pursuant to a final decree of foreclosure -
F. C. Caldwell of Porters Station, dated Oct. 9th, 1907. for the a -1\\: lI1or ;11..'()11 l ,\ !K1rlx I a friendly visi', Saturday and agriculture. lie *s strongly convinced -,I.
was here yesterday with friends.B. left with the editor a nice mess of that truck faru.lnc around
and the
sum of $1794.43 principal if 3iu MI HUJO OlVI: I1HUOVO..LI.'YS : new Irish potatoes and turnips. He Live Oak would pay well, as the
sum of $190 Solicitor's fees and the U
T. Jones, a prominent farmer says he planted the seeds of these good local market afforded and
cost, made and entered In the Cir- I
3 of Branford. Is in the city today.J. crops just sixty days ago today. certainty of the crop warrant
cuit Court of Suwannee County, Flor- :: I
ida, in that certain cause therein: 3H1 U1DI10NnOA ';They are large, and seem to oe well cess if a little energy Is applies to ;

J. Brannen and son, of Ross- pending wherein The West Fly n's 0: 3AVH matured one of the turnips.-:'gh- growing of the truck. Mr thel .

burg, are in the city today on busi- Harris Company is complainant andJ. tng about two and .*" -quarter dock has our thanks f>r this trect.mi >

ness. E. Davis and W. E. Davis as co- I I' !,,!!!!,! r
---- -
--- -

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson cf 4ttttt 1+tt+t+1 1 1 1 1 M i M T tt+'" ' I" II i H i mi mi 1 1 1 1 ii i IIIHIIHaving1 I'
I Rixford, are In the city today shop- .

ping.J. Gordon Pearce a prominent I- Formed Ourselves Into a Co-partnership,

merchant of Alton, is a business visitor -
In the
city today. +
We take this method of thanking our

Mrs. Elizabeth Coates mother of i

\ ura. J. M. Williams died at Suwan- 1 friends and forrnercustomersforpastfavors
nee Station yesterday. Mrs. Coates

Can one of the oldest residents of the
and solicit continuance the
county having come here about forty +

years ago from Savannah, Ga. She +

was seventy-three years old and has i same for the new firm. We will carry

offered from dropsy for quite a long

hile.held The funeral services will ue f at all times a full Line of DRY GOODS
today by Rev. C. A. Ridley, at

-- AND GROCERIES. : : : : : :

:, Card of Th.U\ s.Will +
you 'allow me space :n jour
wr paper 1o thank my neighbors aud

,friends who so kindly rendered us i BAISDEN&WHITE

I assistance during the recent Illness ,
of ttj dear wife. Word-> art to foe- +

lilt to express my true appreciation

WP their kindness. 1 have just :"t'ilf. I OAK FLORID
; .dived a letter from hand she Is it ,

f Pldly Improving. .
'{ 1 +
Yours truly : + :
A. J. CROSS.. i t.ui-11 u < 11 t n.. ui 11 n 111 HI_1111 n 1111 n i HH-H T t.I'1111.11111 111111..IIIIIII.IIIIIIII ***** j 1111 11111It

::j' -


i .. >
1!' '


I Tt -- -- .. I I I I ._ _I _I _. .I "u'L I....L---LLJ. . . ._-"._-".- u' _
.. I I I I I I I I I I
I I I . I I 1 I I nun t t U I
: I ll MUM III III Hit ill H I HIHMII III H I l I I I' I I I I I I I I

Florida Live Stock and Vehicle Co.



Horses Mules Driving Saddle,


-q i Farm and Draft

i 1

Horses Mules '


and Wagons Big Stock of .



: .

! 1111111111111111..111. IMmMIMllltli ti itt. .t It MIIIHMII lien 11111111 U..t II II.... 1II1III mi inn in in nun lilt II It'K
-- -- ---------
-- --- -- ---- --
--- - -

A 11111.11..1..111..1.*II" *** .I > > M M i 1 H ++4-411111.11 II" III H II I1l4l1n
. . . . > > > )

! Do 2/ou Wish tofake tour Own .l j :i: The ntfi gt> tftl1 c. ,i-iDeal -:

\ \ "

" Way Sn 'Uhis World? Ii IIi at ;,;

Doesn't CLOiE
-- -- I
=lf SO, ATTND----- .
go up
(I ,,
'! ti

i i+ the FlueYou '0j't'CQt'

''t I Iii 1 .

',1 receive intense, direct heat

ii! I from every ounce ol fuel burned-

.1 there are no damp chimneys or long

+ pipes to waste the heat from aPERFECTION \

r : i Oil Heater

f'' The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy (Equipped with Smokeless Device)
College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for i.1\
all graduates. Carry it from room to room. Turn the wick highor
low-no bother no smoke-no smell-automatic
smokeless device prevents. Brass(font holds 4 quarts
i burns 9 hours. Beautifully (finished In nickel or

\ $40 $50CH$7s5PSand: $90 II! japan. Every heater warranted.

The RTJ Lamp light ivesa to bright read.steady Ly-

i just what you want for the long
evenings. Made of( brass nickel plated-latest improved -
} ;
central draft burner. Every lamp warranted.
j H your dealer cannot supply the Perfection OJ t
or Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency.
Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street (

,, L. 1. t:. S. SThl'HKNS, tl'rinciml.

t, . . . ..... ... ........ . . . . .................t t 1 N1N1-1b '....
+ .IIIJI".ttltlllllllll- .- ++++M++++...++.++++++++ Bros.Machinery
--- --- -- --- -- -- .l
In Circuit Court, State of Florida, I.
Third Judicial Circuit, Suwanni-v GjEJ1sjffiGThe I
County, In Chancery. I' Macon, Georgia
t Mattie Harden, Complainant. "'. 1 ,
II. Harden Defendant. __ A Union Gin is I ENGINES. BOILERS Ii
It appearing by affidavit appended I Ito .R. i COTTON GINNING MACHISERT.' SAW ,
the bill filed in the above-stated MILL MACHINERY.! "fief: f""
"' at north end of Rock ,
{ cause that W. H. Harden, the defendant 114l.DoII'IU 110 OttvONrltase i Mills Pumping Oulli:*. I
1 at sv s:IlK. .
therein named is a nonresidentof GASOLINE ISGINt.5Compl.wotltt
na :1ISV aotl3ujsanpa1 Road Rixford --
oJ laisap
the State of Florida and is a
IPI" 8'>lmpalaprodJo .
resident of the United States, but )..J1Uloom5'pUt{s glut p"a1t\, a-a\.
In&I.e.L t.)7' ;or intec""t w' : J.J
and that aa aliI $180 'assail lagloss is ginning cotton ,.
particularly unknown reg-
more [ aall1 nnn".a suaaa3Sn33J .... .. ,
I4 there is no person in the State of "" '''''''''''''''''''
Florida the service of a subpoena up-I ularly. The patron- =--
on whom would bind said defendant, -
and that said defendant is over the age of the public is
31XV yOIWsa OU1A
age of twenty-one years; it is therefore -I Selling Cost
ordered that said nonresident ''PuJ moq 1'801 aqi lnug cordially solicited. 1
defendant be and he is hereby required pas"asloq a"141 q InU-..'%u
to appear to the bill of complaint :110011..nuC alopq saipatdr; a4igo

V filed, the in said 2nd cause day of on December.or before \Monday D1907otherwtse 0 1, anlt.s U U81i1 atom 11l.1 lq.1S s''assal at)aqi tus 1Uoq81UJ ozassog arysattc :: GINNING & 8DPL1O r l y O Every Tuesday and Thursday of each !
of said
the allegations 3ql dl31) week all entire Goods
bill will be taken as confessed by said my of Dry
defendant. liillioutnes* and Constipation. and Shoes
It is further ordered that this to, ,.-.earI I was troubled with bil-
order be published once a week for ,'.-n- ..." and con-it:jiation, whkh FOR CASH
consecutive weeks in the Su-
eight .
: 1..J. t" I. "' miserable for me Ma--
published -
wannee In Democrat said County a newspaper and State .w ; '" 'a.ioil me. I lost m> usual __ __BeginingNovember. 5th for eight weeks.
%nd, 1907. f," t-d vitality Pepsin '
This October. prepara- F. M. Green
J. W BRY30X, t.naav pas Lu.[ : : : Pinemount Fla.D. .
) '
( aalo a snou. s ;]i- .ji.d cathartics only made mat- ,
Clerk Circuit Court. -a Iola i 'i'- ; 11a .
'- wor:;e 1 do' not' know where I
ti J. L. LEE (oct4 Sl) .
Solicitor for Complainant.Mrs. .,d have been today bad I not' B. CASWELL, FOKLh..
,' d hamberiain'c Stomach and Livi ,
i '. :
ISO acres of the best gr. '):
Florence Waterbury of Lor3: 1 :.'ding ablets at The once taWU strengthen relieve the the di- fitiI.flul .1I1; <<1.l '1' ..I.I..fI I i In the eo.ntf. Two' head <>; horses;,
.|Prairie, Minn., has arrived in th' 1sa.usq 1C t dsstp 135 head of cattle 15 head 'I: bog:;
lea l.tit 1'o g."i' functions, helping the sy .' t7iI :
[city, and will make LIve Oak h .' a.ts'. an.seas sJTt SIa'I .s 1qn3Jadoiila r jifa. r. ID *o do its work' Batarall>.-Mrs.Uu WiU go anywhere in State to Embalm. :ose baggy aDd one wale: .. ,
II :InS'
; i1Iladza Any style or price coffin or casket furnished' I I bu h"ls of ewa. Reason toI :'
[future home. She comes as pastor : :a Potts Birmingham, Ala. These -
na 1' : .
ispaa Always on hand good line of will go late othsr bust.farming. i" :, beside
missionary of th,- (ua3 i f r t.a dt't.. are for vale by Barclay&: burial suits for ladies '
( city or
I assistant, and t eentlomen. I Ap 'ly to J. SLuraville. t.lford
Grooter aDd all dr gIeU. BOV-W' For suits call at MRS. E. N. LAWLER. \'l-2t
[Baptit church. ----- Fla. ) s




-, "" 1 .,;.. ? -.... -- 1. "
.. .... .. : .. .r ., __ "
:4<.m:''. ;;.' ,.. ..' _.. ., _..., .
?/ :" f 'r''' ;:tw; ; < .- ,. ,, J'r

r i


-- : : -- '- 'i. _
-- '-' '
__ : : ,


The First Manufacturers' Outlet Sale at

The New York Store




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


: I

tr I

r 1

l LtJ :y r .,
r 1 : a f

\j :j I. i:4cIl l

I '
\JJ : 1 i ''IJIt /4.

I ; [ .b.biy iI I iI .. ./I

4gt { 1 I1 :1I f' t I t" II
I It
y : tfv'L
1I a /, '

I H-
\ ....
1/11h/ .J

Ladies Jackets $2.98 I II
Misses Jackets $1,23 to $2.75 = II I I
f f a -
Ladies lane cloaks $3.4 to $12.50 I First Class Quality, Guaranteed, Safety Brand,
First Clas Briliantine, all Changeable Colors. I worth $4. and 5.00 for 3.4 .,
worth $1.00, at 6*c. Cecend Class, 75c. at 4* i Men's next grade, worth $3.50 for 2.93Men's _
Beautiful line in Dress Ginghams and Shambraysfrom i Work Shoes, First Class Quality, Soft
121.2 to 15c, at 9c. -
Single Bottoms, worth $2.50 for 1.98
Beautiful Flanneletts and Suitings, worth I Men's $2.00 kind for 1.4 +
15c going at 9c. Men's Suits first-class stock, black, worth $20'00, now "
Ladies First Class Shoes, worth $3.50 at 2.95Ladies'
Nice line Percales, light and dark, worth 15, at 9c I $12.50Men's Fine Plaid Suits worth $15.00 now $9.00 Shoes worth 33.00 at 2.4
Latest style Broadcloth, all colors worth $1.50 at I Men's $10.00 Suits going at $7.75; Ladies' Shoes worth $2.50 at 1.90
98 cents. I Youths' Suits worth $10, going at $6.98Boys' Ladies' Shoes worth $2.00 at 1.39
Black Satine kind at'29c. 35 I Suits, Blue Serge $-5.00 kind going at 9L98
First class, 50c Misses' First Class Shoes
Men's Pants first-class grade. $6.90 now $.3.4S 13 to 2, worth$2, 1.29
cent kind at 19c. I Mtn's Pants $:>.00 kind, now $2.98 Children's first class Shoes, worth $1.50 at 1.1
Counterpanes, best quality, all crlors, worth 2.50 i Men's Pants worth $'JOO, at $1.98
t at$1.69, $2.00 kind at $1.29 I Bo's' First Class Pants, latest styles, $1.50 kind. goingat
First quality Table Linen, 54 inch,worth 75c, at 79 cents I
39c. 35c, at 23c. Ba>s' Pants worth 75c, going at 48 centsBO5' Ladies' Umbrellas worth $2,00 at $1.39
all 5c. to$1.00
BIg Size Lace Window curtains worth $1.75 a : Pants prices Greatest Line Men's Dree Shirts, $1.50 at 96c. j
pair, 98c. i I Most Beautiful Line of Ribbons at very low prices t }
Beautiful Line Ladies' Skirts, $7.50 sellers, at ;, HATS! HATS!! Men's Fancy Dress Socks worth 50c, going at 39c. and
.$4.50. $5.00 kind at$2.93 26c kind at 19c, 15c kind at 9c.
Beautiful Line White Waists, worth $3.50, at I Men's First Class Phoenix Brand, worth $3, at $1'93 Handkerchiefs for Men and Women at 4c.
$.29$1.50at9 c. Men's Jack Rabibt. worth $2. at $1.39 Men's Neckties 50c kind at 29c, and 25c kind going at 19c!
Lafes' White Underskirts, best qualty, worth I Men's Sable B. $2.50 kind. at 93cLadies' Best Quality Thread, Cotton and Silk, all cobra 4c sp...)* ,.
First Quality Latest Style Trimmed Hats, worth
at $1.29. Ladies' Side and Back Combs, worth 25c, at lOc
$4, at$2.98. $3. at 1.93
Embroidery, especially wide, worth 50c at 24. Ladies' Felt Hack Hats in Latest Style, all colors worth Dress Pins very best at 4c.
Ii I I -2*kind- at 19c. and 15c. kind at 9c. $2.:'X)at 1.29; $2 kind for 98c Men's Good Gloves, 50c to 98c


The Greatest Sale of its kind and magnitude ever before attempted In Middle Florida. It will pay you to come a hun-

dred miles to visit this greatest of all sales.

Counters piled high with stacks of Fine Cloihing, Dry G-X1s. Shoes. Hats and Gen s' Furnishings for men and boys will be likened to a powcrfut
t ,ltagn.et which will draw crowns for miles around. People excIted. waiting. looking! talking and wondering how We can cope with the crowds that willPacrin.
l", Don't miss the great sale. $10,002.00 worth of Good Honest Merchandise; to be sold at less than cost. These goods are all this season' effects
{ &lid YOU shold consider yourself lucky to secure some of them. Don't come without: your pocket book. Ko goods charged or sent out on appro\'aJ. We
1 tee to return all if goeds are not as sold. Mark the.date and mark It well. Let nothing keep you away. The hour .1 is 51:!. the date you Know.
L l4lok for the large signs money of this Manufacturers' Outlet Sale. RAILROAD FARE RETURNED for 75 mIles to Purchasers Cif s2J.OO worth of Ierchand3!




3 ;is. .

x- + 'ti

a .

D.' t

F r ... \


! ,. .

f H. M. WOOD, Chairman finance Com.
E. J. BLUME, 1st Vice-President. J. B. BARTON, President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier.
D. l. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. fs

s;i{ Capital and Stockholders Liability, .. $100,000.00. ,



i, ti "!Ii
k \ .. \ -:::"IIi"I :
.; CHUM wrr I
i, DEMOCRAT. 'Short Talks" of the Times-Union Eyesight: Restored I dark mare mule, wart on left&Z
'! -- Advitv Authority, .l1wr a Simple neck had bridle and
---- saddle
-- : takes a final whack at us on the great' ji
: E\"t.CiI.\SSE:" )i.\\: IK .1B.1sI: >vX- l"rt.critlon.I Camp grounds at Houston
Published every Friday at Lire Oak, : Issue of the Florida razorback hog,, s.-
K1)>> Now is the time when the doctor night. Any information
l' r Florida. i land abandoning the question of pulchritude | feadiajfc!
|I and arordupois where our. A ViMidrrful IXscotery That Currvct I gets busy and the patent medicine leer recovery will b$ rewarded.[1
Entered at the Live Oak Postofflce I 1 Afflicted uf tlw lJ Without manufacturers reap the harvest unless C. SKEE Live Oak.
; triumph is complete, says: e-,
o second-class matter. is taken to dress
as great care -
; I "The Live Oak Democrat says It Cutting or Drugging.
---- -- and the feet dry. This As General
: has been its effort to 'feed up. reform There la no need of cutting, drug- warmly keep I Gilchrist has detia i l'l'I
CiiAS. W. IUV1N, Editor and M'g'r. I is the advice of an old eminent authority I against State proalbi'ion,
t ,. and evolute the Florida razorback ging or probing the eyes for the rleiel WonfcB
-- ---- -- --
------- who says that Rheumatismand | be the favorite candidate for
hog into an Improved type that will i Go* j jI
of most forms of disease as a newme1 !
One Dollar Per Year.
Subscription i 1 Kidney trouble weather Is here I nor down Tampa way
look better, taste better weigh more hod-the Actlna treatmenthasbeen I
: tells what do in of
and also case --
and bring more In the open market. -
discovered which eliminates the lii
The Bradford Telegraph uas this Its Improved type may look better an attack. I.... _
to say about Congressman Clark I and weigh more but no one who has necessity of former Get from any good prescription I BUY YOUR

6 which fairly expresses the opinion j eaten Florida pork will contend, un- torturous me pharmacy one-half ounce Fluid Extract -i School

entertained of him by an overwhelming -!less prejudiced, that a pork can b-3 thods. There is no Dandelion one ounce Compound Books_

majority of the people of this | produced that will taste better than risk or necessity of Kargon three ounces Compound Syr- AND

congressional district: I the Florida-bred article." ..;..;. experiment s up Sasaparila. Mix by shaking in a School

"On public matters, Mr. Clark :; We have said nothing derogatory many people report having been bottle and take a teaspoonful after Supplies

knows no" neutral ground and it is }i to Florida pork of the edible variety. cured of failing eyesight, cataracts: meals and at bedtime. OF THE

f n not surprising to see that he has There an abundance of it made from granulated lids and other afflictions Just rty this simple home made <5FfcuJa Heat fc tJtLIII 1
taken a positive stand on the great Florida hogs fattened lor the most mixture at the first sign of Rheumatism X.
of the eye after being pronounced in-
1 prohibition question. That he is on | part on Fonda mast until shortly before or if your back aches or you feel
curable through this grand discover. /
the right side of the question is no i i "killing time" when they begin that the kidneys are not acting just Ynjianu.

f t less than was expected by those who j Ito j board at home and take on flesh right. This is said to be a splendid C. c. COOK, Prop. ,

know him well. It cannot be shown I for the approaching sacrifice. Our I Kev. Charles 11. Carter East kidney regulator, and almost certain Live Oak, ; : : : Kori
when he was ever out of line with criticism has been directed solely to Springfield N. Y., writes:- 'I have : remedy for all forms of Rheumatism

the best thought and the best Interests -I the "inedible" variety coming from I made a severe test of Actina by cast- which is caused by ufic acid in the ::1 II II [ t

of the people of his State." that degenerate monstrosity, that re- ing aside my glasses as soon as blood, which the kidneys fail to filter -

proach to our civilization, that I Actina came. ily eyes gradually out. Any one can easily prepare

Here is a good one on our old "shrunken, shapeless, tasteless por- gained strength\ and power by the this at home and at small cost. THE BON TONAll

friend Major George Butler formerly cine nightmare that hideous dream faithful treatment by Actina, and Druggists in this town and vicin-

of the Democrat which Editor of hide and hair and horror that allegory ity when shown the prescription,
now my glasses are no longer neces- are invited to inspect m1 tins
Wartock. of the Citrus County of starvation, that spectre of stated that they can either supply ,
sary. new fall goods. Hats dresi'jp|
Chronicle sneaked Into the column ol I want and woe known as the Florida these ingredients or, if our readers I
Rev. Geo. B. Fairhead New York I
laces nnfenc
that excellent paper when the Major razorback hog. To sing his praises it I prefer they will compound the mix i hose
who is the local editor, wasn't look- to encourage degeneracy; to declare I Mills, X. Y.. writes:-"A noted oculIst ture for them.If corsets all ready now forD da]

Ing: : him toothsome is: to insult the examined my wife's eyes and said I I I New voile skirts just arrive

"Major Butler, confound his old I memory of Epicurus. We once hearda I C'ataractu apparent in both organ I Governor Broward does run for I Standard Pattersns. Fashlcgdes

hide is crazy about "his" local page distinguished politician rise on his By the use of Actina her sight has be- the Senate now or next time, he will given to any one who calls foray

t and every time a new ad. or legal toes in a public address in which be come clearer and stronger and the be kept mighty busy explaining the I Come look while in ton.

t comes it must go on our (the editorial i was bitterly denouncing'a notorious! use of Actina it a constant comfort I reprieve of the Jacksonville negro ,

) page until now it is full. We had : character, and bawl out "So help I! to her eyes and ears. We would not I< rape fiend. : Mrs. C. W. Back !

an editorial or two written for this me God, fellow citizens It is treason M M M Hi H M
be without it.
issue but there's no room for them.j to )'our'children to ever cease to : '
Rev. C. Brenner, Pastor of the Reformed
But the old rascal has burned .his I damn him!" We won't go that far -, Live Oak l M'f'g.Co.1aaufacturers i

fingers cooking (he's too stingy to in this case, because we hold the Church, Bridgeport, Conn.. ,: .

board) and may be we'll get to bos I razorback as the helpless victim of I I write*:-"So far yourc aa has, 4

some while he is.incapacitated." ;I heredity and environment, but our I done me good aDd my eyesight bas oi" "

I feelings have a tendency in that dirt e- !' greatly improved and I have good :

As heretofore stated lion. John S'I tion. All this to the Tampa Tribune I,'I hope that by coaUnuiBg my eye- Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Light;

Beard insists that we don't need %a I I as well as the Times-Union and may sight will be restored." ,

constitutional amendment to secure, the shadows of their esteemed editors Hundred of rtaer testimonials
Power and Turpentinfe.
j State prohibition, but thinks the never grow less by a prolonged d diet will be seat on application. "Actiai ,
legislature has full authority to enacta of razorback hog meat! Electric furnish* f<<
is purely a home treatment and H Lights in any part of the city
that kind Here is his -- -- -- -
statute of ---
self-administered. It will be sent on Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable r:
reasoning in brief: With the prohibition movement oa
"The Constitution of the State of foot, and more or less strike talk trial, postpaid. If you will send your Electric power Day and night current-for manuiing

limitation or restriction name aad address to the Acti&a Appliance -
Florida places no among the cirgarmakers it looks as purposes. '
upon the power of the Legis- if we had nothing to do but to cbew Co., Dept. 83 B.. Sll WalnutSt. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have

lature to prohibit the sale of Intoxicating gum.-St. Petersburg IndependentUnder ., Kansas City MO., you will r- cial attention, and all orders promptly filled. '
liquor in the State. I take such provoking circumstances ceite absolutely tree a valuable cd1inf
the intent and meaning of Article what's the matter with chewingthe hook--Prof. Wilson's Treatise on We will give you good prices on low grade

XIX to be as follows, viz: That as I rag* Disease. flooring. Come and get our prices.

\ the sale of Intoxicating liquors is

legal, in the absence of State prohibi ,
n:II' I I I
I I r
I II' II: I ] : ;; : I, 1 I I
tion. Article XIX permits any county W II I I :I II i

upon complying with the conditions II Three Days' Special Sale At
specified in the article to prohibitthe

sale of liquors in that county.

Without Article XIX, there could be THE LADIES' EMPORlUfl.Thursday

no local 'or county prohibition, only .

State prohibition Article XIX permits -

local, or county prohibition, in

the absence of State prohibition but Friday and Saturday

is in no way a limitation or restric- ,

J tion upon the power of the legisla- A clearance of all odds and ends broken assortments, incomplete sizes discontinued etc
ture to establish State prohibition. ,
local from every department. Three days of extraordinary bargains pauefrnsl *
While Article fIX permits or ,each day its

county prohibition, in the absence of If what you want is not listed, stop in, and chances are "its on sale." We can only mention a few items
State prohibition, the converse is not '

true. If we had State prohibition, SKIRT SPKCIAL: R EM X.\NTS. MIOrXLadies' :

no county could permit the local or'I 25 heavy wool skirts worth from $i, The Remnant table will be a shoes: broken
to $3, to close at $::43. great and children's
county sale of intoxicating liquors. attraction. All kinds of cotton and QUa vL
lots odds and end, Queen
I Panama skirts, Mack
goods in short
andwoo brown lengths at half dIsplay
\ I worth up to g5 special price for quick clearance. brand included All on euE
r on
It begins to look like business :. price $4.50. with size and price marked j"
i Panama, Secillian and voile skirts Itl..\X'.l'T'0 COMFORTS. pair Prices 50 cents to $1 values j
down at Ocala in the matter of that s up' : kind, W taD
to $10. sale price $7.50. Cotton blankets 75 cents to $1.50 to $3.Not every size of a
for the Der
s coming-out 'I y ( Voile and chiffon panam skirts up to pa r. Comforts $1.10 to $3.25. Get sizes in the tot.
dates for State offices. The mayorof I $13.50, sale price $9.50 Thewell known supply now and save money.IXDERWEAR.. your ('ltiS.TSs :; ,
the city has issued his proclamation -I ft "Star"skirts included : l"wn.t the
: In order to net our imp :
designating November 14, as a f. MIIUT WAIVTS. One' special lot of ladies' and child two well known brands "Roys ?\yor 1I'e

gala day, requesting the people to : Two special lots of madras and lawn pen s vests, pants, and union wit' to et!eter" and
lay aside their business, decorate the ; waists at 65 cents and 98 cents, Vorth close at 19 cents th garment. will cloae out "Invc4'Lac' : to,1
a up to ,1.50.Special Sl"ITS. See the 39 '
city, and all turn out to hear the :
., reduction on all silk and net Only six silk
jumper suits )opCt COATS.
candidates make their coming-out 1 aists. ; ink
!8.75. Tailored suite worth coshe
speeches. But will the candidates : H ; k- Im"rlTo'. *1.50 to close at $10. VIp to Ladies' rubberized ram pr'": str
a black $5.,))' vaIJf
themselves be there?-that's the Entire stock boys* suits to be closed CHILhUEXXC.U'S. 75i1
a $7.50.: Special lot of cranettes b1 1d.
1t: out regardless of cost. Suits SI.25 to One lot of e
question.The ; ft t caps worth up to 35 cents values at$5. Big reduc'' >n
$3.50. Pants 25 cents to 60 cents. to close at 19 cents. ft.n'coats.. '
I Miami News has been absorbe-1 r

by the Record of that city, which will p Every table and show case will b: full of special bargains, and prices plainly marked

hereafter be issued as a morning

dally and known as the News-Record. N Terms Strictly Cash at Sale Prices.
Colonel Byington editor of the News, _

retires to engage in other business. I L111 -- I II I J ''i iilouczii ;

,. ti! 2

; e.,

*: 'I/'a 'i/'i'. i/'I 'I ,j '8/'i/'i/'i/'i/'I/'ini/'i 'i 'i/'i/'i 'ii 'i/'I/'j/'i/'I// t/'I/

I{ 1 1J J. B. I;


Stoves Ranges I

*\ Sewing Machines
rLv ,

Spring Mattresses,

v I In fact a general line

date ouse I
: I

m II.ii est prices consistent I

ty. Come and see

1 :I I II
x 1

,-rj I J. B. BARTON


L I 1L
1(1i1FT: : ;or: /T:7tr:7 T TT: :7 :1f:7 :YT:: :t : :
-- -
I**** .. ..,..,. .,,.,..
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I fc4.AAj.A t i t i j-i.+ t I..I..I.J.J+AAAAAJ.A++++++++++ HHH"H>++++"
for 1

.ratio.ttufw Ii x

f '. I
r -I. TO OUR 1

: We liavo secured and have on sale a 1


:.. -
t:'f, ; These preparations are considered !
"(S. r ever introduced in this country. The
....-- ing over the United States and i
4 in all of the
\ t rapidity and is tremendous
1I We will take pleasure in explaining the nature _i
I \ tions to all who will call at our store. $

t \ SELL THEM AS ) +
Q 1 1VE
t, ,. Cooper's New Discovery, $1.00 per i
a: $5.00. Cooper's Quick Relief 50 HI

V'yy "" II" .; ; ,. .. .. ""a.r, .M-..,.,:..,,It
+++++4 III I 1111..1-1 1111111 10 J Jill J 11111111111 I t t 111111 tH+i 111 i II I II$-a a I111111I-J+
,,,/ w 4rX
ill' ->.

."',:1'____."'"."-... ,. ",,-'" .', -." ,_. 'c v
-- --
--- -- --



..11111 i lilt lilt 1111111111111111111111111111111111111!:!1111 I."" III J I II II'ti
+ t

,, I First Notice From The Globe Store:

N .i .
4' We beg to announce that for the next '


Every skirt in the house will be sold at'Y

A Wholesale Cost

i ,.
as we are intending
to go out of the skirt business, and we are therefore anxious to sell everyone of them, at any price we can get.r
Remember and take advantage of our great offer, tor these things don't happen every day. Our prices are as'follows: =:';

Skirts sold before at$1.50, now 90cr -
.. .. ..
Ii $2.00" $1.25
it *t t* u
$3.00" $1.98
Black Broadcloth $5.00 63-50 ;:

+ ,". I I';'
i We also beg to announce that we have 1,000 yards of 54-inch Broadcloth in all colors, which was sold and .h J:
sells everywhere, GUARANTEED, from $1.25 to $$J.50 per yard. we will offer to our customers as long as .- i;
they last for 90c per yard. !:
Our shoe department is complete in every style. Over 5,000 pairs of shoes in the house-all new and the :,-. j:
t latest styles. Any size from baby shoes to the largest sizes. :
Oar lin: of cloihin? is NEW and UP-TO-DATE, bitter than it ever was.' Men's suits all prices, $;.00 to $20.00. Youth's ;:
suits, all prices, $4.00 to $12.00.. Children's all colors, any size and any price-over a 1,000 suits in stock. ,:
We also handle a nice line of Ladies' and Men's Hats, Trunks and Valises, etc., and anything you can mention in the!line of
merchandise. Call to see us on the well-known corner. y

i The Globe Store, Surasky Bros. Prop. _.

Wholesale and Retail ",
jj .,"i J.1i'..

.1'' .
+.111 M 111 H H M HI 11III H 11 I I H I It II I 11 I H 1 i H >11 H I I 1 M M 11 JIll M i M 11 H-ti.t HI HI- I ..I I I.I t I I I I I t I I t t I I I I.I t t I I It. I t t I II II I t
'im 111111Nt''

---- -- ---- ------- -- -
-- -

I How About This? We Also Have

m You will never be, or see anybody -4 1 a full line of the

better dressed than we'll do it for you famous

$ with _
-; %, Boyden, and

Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes.Here's Johnson & Murphy,

;A shoes from $5.00 to $6.H.
one of the models, all wool,

.' perfect tailoring; and we'll fit any man Yi -
Our stock of shirts underwear ani
who comes big, little, fat thin. These :
j t ,; hosiery is complete. We are still hand'-'
clothes are made right. 45 r ip PrF /ling the well known "Emery" shirt, the

best shirt made to retail at$1.00 to$1.50
You want your clothes to fit, we _

I wont sell them to you if they don't.
F- Copyright 1907 by
t Nut Schaff-r :.5 Marx
r6 I

rG No name and Stetson hats always on hand ,'

m you know what they are, the name, is suffi

cient. ;LL: \
T: r /

i ri m.BUTLER BROS., ,/ 1


I .
;- -- ... 'I