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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I ITALIAN VIEW OF UNCLE SAM AND NIPPON'. :


New Who Shot Him Still Un- j And IIU Dea l Body<< DU.cvet(d XcarGretfn

captured. | Cove Springs.TlAesUnlon. .

Wd, Nov. 7. Deputy Sheriff ( 7th

Edwards who vas shot Jion- rN T. J. Halzllftsfltout 18 years of age

dal b L Use negro, Henry Richirds, at died at Green CoVc Spring .'a., yesterday

B reffVd. died early this morning. morning at o'clock as a result -

Hlj wifY daughter tnd son, from ( of an acii',tl'

Trilby, \rived last night and were The death of thjfe young mac was

with Dim I when the end came, and I .in unusually sa y occurrenCE It Is

they left t nooff today with the supposed by ttySse who found him

body for tlat ply*. Ion Wednesday/ afternoon about 3

Mr. Edw ds.fr "Pap." as he was o'clock, lying /beside the railroad

tto n by hi\beet friends, was about tracks about rne mile north of Green

t' years pldAwid has served this ; Cove Spring! station that he fell

I. county for m y years as jailor and I from the steps as the train on which

deputy sheriff lie was very popular he was riding oundcd a curve.

tad a fcarleJ officer. His many He was not *en by any one aboardthe

friends, had ee trying to get him train but \pon Investigation it

; to mike a un \\pr the position of was learned thai he was on his way

iherlff at tfie coAlng election, and to Fort Myers, Fla. A postal card

It would hive proaably been ejected ) addressed to his/father was found In

I, for kU abiity was Veil known. HeUi his possession, /nd it was; thought

. side /in bringing in many im- that he had wr ten the card between

drtant minals, anu has been shot sill Jacksonville and wher; he was found
o
twice wMle making a rests. and that he a>t out on the steps of

The z/gro, Henry Ri hards. has not the car with Cie intention of mailingthe

lets *tuned, and is supposed to be card at G een Cove.

h the/Dead river swaW near St lie was folnd about twenty feet

frtncft. Officers are still looking from the traik, face downward IRan

lot kin. and hope to get \lm before tia I unconsclou condition and though

tec. I all that medic science and tender

hands could do\for him115 done
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RIPE FOR THE ROPE. through kindneis of residents of

Green Cove Springs, he died yesterday -

IIhta1 Murderer Convicted: in Four morning, neuer regaining con

Ill .tra by Jury in Fernandina. sciousness. '*" D body was preparedfor
e.
! rirnindlna. Nov. 7.-John Brown, shipment +1 sent to his home

I tan negro charged with the murder at Eatonton, G '.
\
I C Mr, and Mrs. Johnson, an aged

tilu couple about five months ago T.\J. \I1.\SSI-I-S WELCOMETo
i
.u convicted in the circuit court --
1
j Vtrt this afternoon. The jury was Ex-Governor Bloxhant and His

t ,Kt Jut four minutes and returned "Why certainly, ....e are rricms!" -From Pasquino. | Texas Bride.

t verdictjof murder in the first de- ----- -- --- --
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---- Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 7.-The

l FW.Jidfe. TO DISFUAXCH1SE XKGKOES. I ALABAMA LEGISLATURE RESULTS IX 'FRISCO. I Bloxham Rifles,"j headed by veterans

CaY yesterday ordered a from Lamar Camp of Confederate

t0eelal venire ummoned, and at 11"dock ', Plan Is Afoot in Maryland to Pass Now fi| Extra Session-I'oJnts in Gov" Taylofr Led in Race for Mayor With Veterans mare /with flambeaux flamIng -

this morang a jury to try the Such a 15111. ernor's Message.Mont&mery 28,806 Vote I to the horn* of the former Governor
'eve kid been seVured and was em- I I San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 7.-The nigVts
Baltimore Md., Nov. 7.-Democratic Ala., Ndv. 7.--In his a few ago, where three
peeled. At 2 o'fllock the f ase was I count of the votea.cast. lathe city and
cheers
party ftaders, realizing that the message the special session of the rousing were given him.
a34. and in two ours lit was allfit I county election was completed today. he occasion fir celebration
Democratic majority in the next leg- leglslaturX today Gov. Corner insisted was
tie \ry ret rning/a verdict i It shows tha the 57,201 ballots cast the of Ctovernor
return former
islature will enable them to do so, j| that the co trot and regulation of the thy
Birder InUhe fi/st d ree within Mayor Dr. dward B. Taylor the an/
I from 'irginia the introduction of
have taken deflnl\ steps looking to' railroads b\ the sta/e Is a question
btrdnntee o he tide the judge I' I Good Governm t incumbent, receiv- bribe \
the physician can Vnly prescribe a I more Important than the making of I his to T abassee. Gov lox-
tn d the casf ever to ; ed 28.806; P. H. :McCarthy Union ham wasVnarned at Salem VaXln
tpeinwV ,
the state constitution whlo will disfranchise rates or any he /matter, In that it '
whldfi Labor, 17,617 D. Bryan, Republican -
murder for Brown was ; the summlo Mrs. Gertrude Nell \
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the\gnorait vote in of right of the
n ro Involves the
sale d wan most rrutal one. Mr. I question I' 9.27 E. L-es in, Socialist of DallM Texas.
Maryland. V state to control fts Internal affairs. .
ttiXrXjohn / *- 1.502. Tay pI ty over Mc-
m live near Italia, inf When the \procession which wa
Isaac Loe Straus, the ttorney gen- The f'S on to say that '
message Carth Is 1 H his majorityfor
roonXi. fcrown I attempted to o\the r augmented b\ citizens of 11 types
eral elect, saysithat b/has been re- President Smith Louisville and
Aim lelWHfense. b/t there was not \ Ra/lroa\ has held out I| over his three ppon its is 411. reac\d the B\xhan5 home Q a lord

COs illjku evidencp to sustain his questedrlo soak a thorough examination Nashville 'abama I Of the 56,0 2 voses cast for district of the nor af e ''ed on thevSfan-
of tire conga tutiAs of all the against the laws while others I /
da tKe'demonstration.
| Southern trod some f the Northernand I have pu/them IntV effect; has defied and bri eech than) d
Good Go ernn n incumbent received '
,Wttj Jail almost ever since liis ar- gatherinfoplaine He
to / and its\eople by con- ?
Western tes with a view the s te nk Un- t
+A. u feeling was quite high 34.7 McGowan c \ of cold be-i
framing an amendm nt to the constitution ducting a obby at the Ctapitol; opE'nly ing an9
ion 19.971 Ernest E. Kirk.
i Labor
t kirn. He was brought hero I ; ink unable k so a to be ar j ,
his ha*
of Maryland hat will be acceptable admitting that c mpanr
Socialist. 1289. Langdon's plurality -
T night and placed in jail, and anoV Introd Justiceurt rkhi
has
not only to the regular Democrats Influenced legislation in ttfe past; ovt'rlcGowan is 14,817 and his
Dronipt conviction hs3 estairlish-! the Viprem as h pt
but also to the Independents called tAe Governors of Alabama and
majority over his two opponents is
better
p feelings among the people Judge Park 1 made a 1
I ral ed rates
has
and to liberal minded Republicans as Georgia populist ; 13508.
the countnr districks ii wachelnt of st\te laws speech nj wh'honored h he said that he as
In d fiance
well, and that be will do so. over night
wis.ommitted. I and refused toV recognize delegated the pixy J
leas genera y
OXCE BIG CHICAGO 1.\WYI-n. !
the right dl the state to*make I of Florida's favorite son; that he
A VERY sTl i'i' I r.\FT TO VLADIVOSTOK.Will I felt the "
FIXE lawa" applying transportation com Now a WhUkf-y Soaked Vagrant In sure brit which promted !

t. the demonstr ion would be echoed 1
d Against Santa Fe Railroad ; Sunday on'laghip panies. Tampa Stockade.
From j
fc SalJ Manila Times. from the placl waters of the P"dedo f
j California for Rebating. lUlnlnnv.Manila. Law 3fot Coiifisratory (Tfcmpa )
has ... to Key West here the waters of the '
leader
of the .
Angeles Cal. Nov. Formerly Chicago
7.
-Judge
Welborn Vov. 7. ecretary Taft J That the abama rate laws arc I bar Joe Pearson, with splendid Atlantic and t ose of the Mexico gulf
in the United States
d t Court today fined the Atchi- has deflnjte\ decl/ed to. return home ( not confisca ry Is evidenced fait the mind, poor dreVs and Apache dispo- mingled in c ntinual concert Enthusiasm -

'T Jki| and Santa Fe Railroad by way of Vladivostok I through Siberia Governor sa s, by the that they j sition to live without working, eating': and ;ood feeling prevailed ;

! / He has received, ; prevail in ther nearbxi states and and the guests were
-
y $ 0.000 and Europ as little as possible* and drinking ini self-tppointed
for rebating. The I I
11C wsa who the through the AneWan consul at Vladivostok provide prrfit. Financ 1 troubles. an opposite ratio wbs arraigned before served with aunch and other re- '
court denominated
BterujedlaV the a :uraVe of the Russian he says, ha e grown o of the lawsbut Judge Cohen tAls morning upona freshments.TllE penalty the max-
>50 which mi t have been government that the recent disturbance to control orporations are due charge of vagran/y, charges having I

t g *1.320\)00 assess- there /ill\ have rro effect on his to the ra8ca ty of the ligh financiers been preferred by several people to i It.tlNliitliI1'.11" -
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and the mlnlU and the of tBe cotton of the
-- ,000. plans. Th/ secretary Vi'll sail from I producer I Patrolman Abbot/ who made the ar-
?! i I Fbe flag..bipI South is no,,\ comlnk to save the sl Iase, andKiixk
I k con here at neon Sunday on rest. To .s.u .Jamaica Ginger
revs
ed/the case in a I \
opi i wh h Rainbow' the guest of Reft Admiral country from nlc. I One man sat/ he had given Peterson Out On*..
it was stated Louisvilli Nashville Railroad -
ate a s sufflcUnt doubtful and i Hempnlll., and will reach \ ":(lImII :;- The an lodging aid board for a week I Bainbridge. Ga.. Nov. 7.-In keep-

&flng ,circunRtances tok In time to take a train on the ,iberian :- i is charge wth manipulating and that the litter had not paid any- ingwith almost a unanimous d'etre
to pre- use w, erways to make :
Itle sibillfr II railway on November 19. The to prevent f thing. This n n didn't believe Peter- of the citizens the City Council got
of a maximum cal and to demurrage
rules for hand ng as
will!
an /ufficient cruisers Chattanooga and Delver son bore himfgood will. Peterson declared busy last nighk and by two or three
jet intention and /eigb at(>S. which are
do accompany the Rainbow as an escort. ; to Julge Cohen he had been I well planned soar plexus blows put
E s own to make 1m8i with enE-raUy seeking -
arbitrary a
aim :: in ill-health fend had taken a drink the locker club \ and the sellers of
penalt to cont /I the stJ p to the detriment -
U F J Weston Mill Walking. to restore Ms equilibrium. Jude Jamaica ginger Jut of business it
Company ; I I "
was con- of tbepeople.l
oII Oct 11 .. Nov. 5.- Cohen gave \im a chance to reform will cost any who hre disposed W'set
last by a jury In I Great DarringtonIass. I i
hderal court of who left > ny Bills OtTt'\"l. He sentenced\him to 30 days in the up a locker club a cense of ifO.OOO
granting rebates Edward Payson W- ton I I >
G nd Canyon Line and Ce- Torringum this mOlDing on his walkto Decision by the Legislature to cm- I stockade and suspended sentence. a ear. and toe wlo perslaf in selling -

x, Iny of Arizona. I Chlca from Portland. Me., rested sider all b Is presented mattes it certain Peterson has\"E'd an eventful life. Jamaica !tefa er to a large number

s4e here for iWe thin two hours this that t e lawmakers wll sit longer From a position fcf wealth, he has de- v:ho bare cOitratfwl serious

l continued than expected, fort; Wlb being scended the seal) of human misfor- stomach troubles sinceVhe town went
t ancNat
Host o'clock
I'-.ri.h.Yl.bnrga 8
evening, reach introd today. They jver the tune Into the direst kind of want. i dry mini keei a record of those who
Nor 7.-A dis-I on his way. \a-expected to
ed midnight widest ra tS'. It is freely predictedun'.il From a leader of the Chicago bar he purchase iH,.riling Ineir names with
here today from Sa- Chatham N. Y.. ime time after : 1
the fficial Telegraph and to pjX the night there. that the ssion will con $ ue has fallen unti sometime ago, h1j the clerk of counyi. and only filling "
,
b>4t special represen- I' Chatham is about t\nty miles from January.Fire I j was willing! to accept the position of prescriptions whicji*, are given by practicing .

; arrivedIn general prohibition bills a janitor in a law ffice lie has deter- physicians And inasmuch as ,
I Weston
aper who was sent Great narrlngt
bilf with this morning. the physician can onlly prescribe
to 20 this afternoon compulsory education and a bill mined beginning a
Hissar district of Great Barriqkton at |:
I \twenty-five to reme fr conditions at the state to see how mt4h of a man he can ""rram qnant.r; % a' a time It is certain ,
w be was '
destroyed and as
by aearthquake be took hospital for the insane $ere presented make of himself', having signified h.*!> thai some well developed drunks
schedule
sg ahead of his
: miles
rI.r ; in to railroad regulation determination fp again ascend (he which have been seen on the streets
''that rest here than he had In- addition
100 people longer "
a
I will begin to disappearf
fMj 1 mt'85ure. proposed by the Governor ladder of fame.
seventy escaped. I tended. 4

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I LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT S.TtIIIJ.l"On)1II1:119: 1dt.:.


3 ,
LOCAL OVERFLOW. nent relief' from the present monetary

... stringency cam only be had througha
systemof credit currency adequateto

J. H. JIalloy is a guest of meet the re Irements of trade

I the Ethel tod /. \.errr. and redeemable in gold (coin was the PEDl0
1 -- opinion expressed oday by Representative -
Concert by the Mehrten-Sheridan Charles N" fowler of New Jersey AjJA *

I: ; Company Tuesday night Nor. 12. chairman ot+.' the Banking and i

Currency Commit 't'. which. will at I!

I t Will Seeley and wife of Dowling the coming session of Congress, endeavor !j

Park are in the city' shopping toda/ to have /law passed provM-1 i

l ing for credit currency Issued by the I JITPJN

l"" -, The Union Pressing Club neat national banks. \ I' "

S: work on short notice. Phone 222 ltr Until such u rmanent relief 1=:; I :

made possible /f legislative enactment j'!

x J. P. Tur r of Fenholloway Mr. Fooler asserted, the ISltu3-

r ; Springs was in 1a e city this morn- ion must be[met by the Issuance .of '| By universal testimony Red Rock

Ing. Clearance House certificates cash- -

ier's checks a rad due bills of business Fruit Punch has been awardedthe

: 4 J. D. Parnel and,{x-sheriff HawkIns houses and manufacturers.
palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and<
ti' t+ began grlnohjc cane this morning I
s' to all social functions and should be prepared in accordance
(
success
and are maUhgXfome of the finest GIVES VALl' LK ADVK K I ,

syrup ever mae in Sfcjvannee county. with the following:
/ i i.simple *
Home Ildbipe Said To Dooii- FORMULA

The two chil rrenyof Rev. and Mrs.C. dors for Mnr rroplr Here.A (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests)

A. Ridley, who\ ye been sick with well-know uthority says that i 8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE

scarlet fever are>0 t about ready to Backache is oft nature's danger sip!i 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE

be turned out from\ader the quarantine. nal, which notifies the sufferer that 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES

9 the kidneys are sVk. j Crush Granges and.lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar,

1' Mr. Granber bett r known as The following pIe. home-made backache'and ': allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the \

} mixture is said to relieve of cherries and cracked ice. Just before
"Granny, com enc serving his cleanse and build up weak disordered i, 9 pint plenty.o serving add

i famous hot drin the City Pharmacy kidneys I/ taken before the the four quarts of Red Rock.

i ii yesterday is hot chocolate stage of Bright/ isease: Fluid 'x- I

and other drin a delicious, the / 'I
i tract Dandelion one-half ounce;
kind mother to ake. When
e .
1' :
Compound Kargxm, one ounce; Coin- .
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thirsty call i and wet y ur palate.
pound Syrup Sa aparllla, three ounces. !
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prisoned not longer than ninety day, .t'oW><. Si -
j Mix by shaking well in a bowie

:i cutter Alex for Parker.the Da heJbld Grocery reliable Co.,meat who and take in spoonful doses after I, at or the both discretion such fine of and the imprisonment Mayor. i Phone Clark & CO., Pre

meals and at dtime.
has been wit/\ Sec. ".-That this ordinance shall '
oft I
of
z severe case A well-knowllocal druggist Is authority t E3RQKIERS'e
} blood poison In/is haod. is back at that thrse ingredients arc take effect immediately upon its passage -

( his old place afd wants to see his I by the Council and approval by
friends.Mr. mainly of'eg' able extraction and the Major. "t I Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Provision

harmless to usi. and can be obtained I' Attest: 4; DIRECT PRIV.i TE WIPES TO ALL LEADING EXCHANGES.
at small coi from
gool -
: andL'ceum MIB. C. N/-Hildreth' Sr., any prescription S. P. MAYS, C. H. BROWN, OFFICES: Eu5ala Ala., Jacksonville, Tallahassee St. Augustine, La
returned this nyprniw; from their pbar acy. Those who chink City Clerk. Pres Council.I ; City, Live Oak, Quincy, Mariana and Madison, Fiorida.

t northern trip. \J/vre away they they with have lame kidn-y bacv or trouble weak bladder or suffer, or S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the *< Suwannee Drug Co, Building, Live Oak Florida. .

were guests of rv-Jfs: and friends such sjmptom/as frequent deMiv to I! City of Live Oak Florida, de hereby w.3 9JC s 000 3r O'3 ti sJre .'e. .i6Fr tM+'rN

inOew York Cj ,\Jid on Long Is I certify that the foregoing Ordinance
urinate, especiilly at night; '>ainful, -- -
: i land. Their fXends : No. 67, was regularly passed by the
glad
rueny are '
thick, disc010 _-d urine etc., should ;
to them City Council on the 6th day of November
I
see hflme again
give this pre*'rlptlon a trial as no'
I A. D. 1907, and the same Is I
harm can follow its andIt NEW MARKET
posy use AND 'GROCfRY
F. C. Hack'railroad p ominent young hereby certified to the Mayor for his
is said to do wonders for many i>oopie. j I approval. '
'i man wf h he C. X. & L., at a ,

Columbia, S. C., in the city on a I I Witness: my hand and the seal of i, H. B. CREECH Prop.
said City this 6th of November ,
I day ,
i
visit to his brot er, r. A. G. Hack,
t Jr., of this city/and made the Democrat OKDIXAXCB XO. (j.. 1907. I ft [At Hingson's Old Stand]

office peasant call this An ordinance 1 IK relation to the i S. P. MAYS.: City Clerk.
f a morn Fresh meats 'both Western and Florida.
,
public health and I Examined and approved by me this
the
4 ing. to prevent
Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vcgetafc!
November 7th
spread of certain contagious and in- A. D. 1907. B

Entertainment reserved fectious diseases In the City of Live i J. B. JOHNSON, Ma}or.OKDIXAXCK II A Sr BCILL'1'1P.B .

seats can be secured Monday morningat Oak, and providing penalties. | --

Butler Bros. Single tickets can be BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayorand Xo. ( rt.An Terms Cash.WECARRY .

secured for 30 cents reserved seats City Council of the City of Lire i j ordinance imposing a penalty !' I : ::1' ::1 I .

k 75 cents. Season tickets for the Oak Florida: "..... i{i i! on physicians for failing to report to 1- --- -- -----.-- -. -

course, $5.00 double admitting two, Section Whenever any case of !i the Mayor of the City of Live Oak,

$3.00 single. yellow fever, small pox, cholera, dlp- I 1I
diseases I :
theria, scarlet fever or scarlitina I

AT TUB Ciit i /liES TOMOBHOXV.Methodist shall develop or exist in the city of I within said City. Grain F
Live Oak the patient and all members BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor Hay, Flour, Meal, Coffee, Sugar,

Ch -II. Dutill. Taster. of the household exposed to the 'and City Council of the City of Live Salt in sacks and barrels Crackers Candy, ((
a. m/-Sunday School. J. E.Wdbd ,
9j45 same, shall be immediately placed Oak. Florida: Goods
supe/IntendenL I Paper Bags, etc. in stock.
Section 1.Whoever, ,
under being licensed
quarantine by the Sanitary In-j: a -
11:00 a. m Preaching. spector'under the direction of the( or practicing physician within Will keep on hand most of the winter, AFf

3:30 2:30, p.p. i\m.-Junior Epworth League.League Major and Sanitary Committee of || the City of Live Oak Florida. fails Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges.

said city, and the house where such to report immediately to the Mayorof We have of f' E
700Baptist p. m.-reaching. on hand'now several cars
patient shall be, must be quarantinedas said City every case of yellow fev-

Church-1\ A. Hidley, Pastor. effectually as practicable, and dan-' er, small pox cholera, diptheria. and can make you some close prices this week

Owing to searle fever In the pas- ger signals In the form of red flags i, scarlet fever, and scarlitina that cash.

tor's home, there ill be no services shall be placed around such infected ,'I comes within his practice, within said (
I I When in need of line call 01
of,any kind at th/ Baptist church tomorrow house, houses or quarters, and all'i city, shall be punished by a fine of anything in our

It is wh pleasure that we the inmates thereof exposed to infection not exceeding Five Hundred ($500) write us for prices.

report all partie/doing well and hopeto be and they are hereby re- j I Dollars, or by imprisonment not exceedingninety Thanking our customers for past patronage ,.
have them out in a few days. quired to remain in such infected (90) days or both

J house, houses or quarters or within such fine and imprisonment, at the soliciting a share of your future orders.
r Second Adtwt Christian Church.
such infected district be discretion of the Mayor. '
as under -
may
,! Regular services to-morrow at 11 I We are
a quarantine, until such time as: Sec. :.-That this ordinance shall
a. m.. and 7 am. The pastor will
they: shall be able to produce a certificate become effective immediately upon its
speak at both Services. The morn- !(
t live
Ing theme will b "Confession." from some practicing physi- passage by the Council and approvedby : Oak Brokerage & Commission'

/ cian that all danger of infection is the Mayor.
At ,nlght the s ject will be, "ForI
past and that the infected house I Attest:
am in strait b wixt two, having a
+ desire to depart/and be with Christ houses or quarters and their con S. P. MAYS C. II. BROWN, > OLD AJ C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .>

tents have been thoroughly disinfected City Clerk. Pres. Council.I -
which is far brtter. Phil. 1:23. -------
or until such time as the State i S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the Cityof visitin !Merchants are office theirAppendicitis .
Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Cordially invited to make ":jr
Board of Health shall have taken Live Oak, Florida, do hereby cer- quarters w ile in the dty
Young Peopl 's Society at 3 p. m. ..
charge of and raised such quarantine; 'I tify that the foregoing Ordinance, No. -
Prayer meeti g Tuesday night at lie
provided, that this prohibition 66. was regularly passed by the City Fallen > a 1 ent
may I ::
7 o'clock. Eve 'body cordially In- ; I
not apply to any individual adult I Council on the 6th day of November Is due in a large measure to abuse nothing bu .+ ;: t'd11oH
vited to all thes services. Parents
member of the family who produces A. D. 1907 and the same is hereby of the bowels, by employing drastic I afraid to fit:' : -
hlldren
to
please send your Sundayschool. I
Let eve member of the a certificate from some practicing certified to the Mayor for his ap- purgatives. To avoid all danger use -. --- !
physician that such member has not proval. only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the i II'Sof hi. ;;
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church be prese at both services to- B) a tro "
been exposed to infection and that Witness my band and the seal of safe, gentle cleansers and Invlgor- 'iltrl.
morrow. The p stor has somethln; I prize fight "' \g.
there is no danger of such member said city this 6th day of November ators. Guaranteed to cure headache \get .
to say to )'ou. lie will tell you r
A. D. 1907. ,
communicating said disease. biliousness, malaria
whether he will with nextyear I and
ay 'oy
Sec. :.-That any persons violatingany S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drug -- 1

or not. fKpl of the above provisions of the i i Examined and approved by me, store. %5c. nov-dw- PILES CURED AT HOME

t copa| Church. preceding section shall be fined not 'I, this November 6th, A. D. 1907.J. ( METBI'If '

Services at theEpIscopal church exceeding five hundred ($500.00) B. JOHNSON, Mayor. It isn't ('Qo 4o tell a girl she is NEW Ar:;RATION t
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to-morrow at 11 1. m.. and 7 p.m. dollars or imprisoned not longer than -- pretty Tell she is the prettiest "om blee

Holy Communion celebrated at the ninety days, or by both such fine and I There Is Xo Reason girl you eve aw you would knock you 'ruding melt !
ing, blindme
morning hour. T% offering at this imprisonment, at the discretion of the I why your baby should be thin and the persi on-Chl Xews. Iud I ,,-111 te/
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c service for DiocesaS' Missions. Bishop Major, and in addition, such person fretful during the night. Worms are your .. at hOlIlt
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Weed will preah at both services<< shall be isolated under guard until I'L the cause of thin, sickly babies. It The New Pure Fo.,1 and I> how to cui i ..atment: W'

AH are Invited to ittend. such time as a practicing physicianmay i i is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe We are pleased to nB Law new abso: bow f'
announce tote
Sunday-school a) 10 a. m. certify that danger from Infection fat and sleep well. If your baby Foley's Honey and Tar for that also send ': with {fl. !

is past. i j does not retain its food don't ex- colds and lung coughs ment free 0 .l. rttImmedlat.
troubles
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XKKI) OF CUKpIT rriHSBM'YTo Sec. 3.That any physician who 1 perlment with colic cures and other by the National Pure affected from your a1lt1 '

shall willfully make any false certificate -I, medicine, but try a bottle of White's Drug law as it contains Food and < 'ld perm ..,

Relieve the S' uation Says Chairman under the provisions of this ordinance Cream Vermifuge and you will soon or other harmful drugs no opiates assured ,.. Inoner,

of lIou i| Currency Com- upon conviction by the Mayor se your baby have color and laugh as commend It and we re- Writ"fob
as a safe others of t- i
itteel I shall be punished by a fine not exceeding :- it should. Sold by Suwannee. Drug children and adults. City remedy Phar-for Mrs. M. S Box ?<

W. 4. That | five hundred dollars or im- Co. nOY-dw'l I Jf'
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THE Daily Democrat is
now in its third year.
has puffed and pulled
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interests of our city.
has been no small task ,
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the ds-! $- -$- -$-$-$--,--,9-f- $-- -$-'- -'- -
chang it in any way Here is the 'years and years ago, made
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT
first verse Just as Foster wrote It: I covery that any one eating an orange

"\\ down upon de Swanee RIbber, every day in the year would never I

Published Except every Sunday.Afternoon Far, farlraay, I be troubled with rheumatism." 'f Confidence

i Dere wha ma\eart is turning ebber,

Dere's wha devrfd folks stay C\N J'LonWHIaT HIM? {
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CHAS. w. IRVIN Editor and Y'E'r. All up anddown\Ie whole creation I l Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for

i Sadly I roam Sea Island Cot I
Georgia's Champion l
the ardor with which we are pushing
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Still longer for de old plantation, I ton dr<< w tr and wet Potato t
Entered at tile rostoffice. Lire Oak
Florida.. as Second Class Mall Mat- And- for devoid elk/ at home Hai.-r

:'te:. November 7. 1905. ru I Statesboro. Go.. Nov 6.-Mr. B. D. t The First National Bai it j
dVworld farmers -
All *m safl and dreary I Hodges one of the substantial

Ebery here ro of Bulloch county. who was declared

THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY.THE I Oh darkest ho* r4y heart grows I the rhamVion cotton grov.'t'rlast i 1 Every safeguard is thrown around National Banjj'!j

I weary, season, has th\ distinction again They are frequently inspected of
I theCop
DAILY DEMOCRAT will be Far from de old folks at home" this season. Mr \lodges plantedtwenyfcar cared
mailed to any part of the United sVi troller of Currency, and are on to

States pastage prepaid, for $5.00 acres of : Island cotton statements to him five times each
The Savannah News tails the following and uade eighteen ales, notwith- f sworn year, malil
per year; $2 50 for six months under the direct supervision of
Kbetslthe had they are the N
wViich is pertineac just now !stan ling the be trops
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50 cents
t months
$1 25 for three or '
; for five weeks. In advance. Delivered Some tinny thing fare occurring IIn the sprit b\\fr H&. ad later by .I al Government, and its the staongest on earth It

c f to any part of the city. by in Connecticut with tb financial flurry ; the droughi i

i carrier for 10 cents per week. A Pittsburg old maid the other day i I Not only ?k otr. Hodge the champion Safest Banking I II

drew $12.00o t of the bank, hid I ; cotton gV>werl but ly is likewisethe i I Best Methods, ,J

CONCBKMMJ THE Oil SONG. it in her stocVng and started home ( champion we t potto grower. i for F Up-to-date Service,

on a street 4r\ On the car a nice j He experimented with otatoes this Liberal Treatment, '.1.1I
It is high time here in buwarncc
t and agreeable }ouvg man sat next to : year, planting about threequartersof Conservative Methods.
with the romantic old riverof I II III +
; county her \\ hyri she got ome, with memories an acre, on whk-h he made 2
that name rippling along our borders of Jthe nice you e man in her bushels I l Always! use the National Banks. They have pro- I II
that we should get right about
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: mind, jhe discovered tWit her J12- I 1 I in numbers than all other
Foster's world famous song and at f pered greater banking>1: !
I 000 yras gone She \blames the Not <<. +
least it in the dialect in whichIt stitutions.
sing
ban,){', on the ground that the cashier To the several tax payers of Suwannee -
was written and give it its proper Watch us our profits are now
} J ought to have persuaded herSo leave County, Florida: f grow, as large

name. Major Sidney Herbert of her money where it was" I I In accordance to Section il, of our capital was at our beginning.
Maitland in this state, most accurate t
Chapter 5596, of the Laws of Flor-
: of historians and thoroughly informed ,
4 Th other day a prominent Texas ida, I hereby give notice that the
on this particular subject has the f FIRST NATIONAL BANK :
i lawyer ublicly denounced SenatorJoe Tax Books are now open for collection -
i following in the Savannah News, I
DailXi'of that Syrte as "a bt ibe- of taxes for the year A. D. 1907 ,
which will be read with interest by
i taking scoundrel, a coward and a The law provides that any tax payer '
those among us who are not Indl er- t Live Oak Florida ,
liar;' and tne said J&wyer is still alive: who shall pay taxes during the ,
ent %% the beautiful melody that has
and in good VieaJth. Bailey ithe month of November shall be allow- a-
carried he name and fame of our
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i statesman whr\iVso exquisitely sensitive !'ed by the Tax Collector, a discount J $-$- .'-$- -s----t-t-t-H--
river roua* the earth:
of his accuAcj of statement that of two per centum therefrom and If
hit seenV to be Impossible: even
# he made a per. n\J assault upon Senator -:J any tax payer shall pay during the
here in FIorI a, where the Suwarnee
Y BevE.'ridg/ for characterizing as month of December, shall be allowed VISIT THE FOPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORT
river is locate\ to correct the errors I'!
""unwarrante some hing that the a discount therefrom of one per

into which wriqirs have fallen and { Texas Senat/r had s Jd in debate. !r centum thereof DOWLINQ
still fall in regal to Stephen Collins PARK
But then I' veridge is L very small i Any tax paid on or upon the first
Foster 'orld-fa us negro dialect
man in staOire and dovsn f\j{ armed : day of January shall, for tae purposeof
i song "td ij t Home Only
The decline and fall of Joe Baileyin I: the additions aforesaid, be regarded WAT DOMN UPON" THE SUWANSfE RIVER
: +b last 'eek\be Index of e City au- I 1 I
; so short a time is a fine theme to as paid on the last day of the :,
noun 'd that "Way DJ.db upon the Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottoqes
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point a moral. month in which it is paid
:e Su annye RiVr' was ng at the t.
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t' D C. meX ng \ that ci y. Not only ; HOT AND COl D BATHE UNSURPASSED. SOOO TABLE. GOOD BEDS. DUNK
The sordid spirit of modern com- Tax Collector Suwannee County, Flad : IN
WATER EVERY ,
on\ ROOM. BILUARO TABLES TELEGRAPH
I is there no> by II t name, bit:
there is none in ich tl worda) mertiahVn seems to have reachedI : I -wky PHONE CONNECTIONS WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. acetic
I I even the fuob. as wi ness this dispatch 'I '7 ONLIVEOMHIP
down the Suwani river' can RATES REASONABLE GULFSCO IECTO5Aiv!
upon e Home, Ga.\under iate of \ov 7: ___ no_ & 0"W1T IUW*
be found; and yet the & Ig is often- I I .\i\\as \\aa Sick.
"Bent o\ lymAing John Arnold,
i almost al .'aj' called 'Way Down 'I !I When a man says h-e always was Pf\RK HOTEb. DOWblN PflRK. FLORID
i colored, for \he /murder of Harris ADDRESS LItltO/A
Upon the Suwannee Riier" Frederick 'I \ i I Ii sick-troubled with a cough that I
Rodney. t tfe best of
'I one o negroes the
J, Haskin, the dally writer for lasted all winter-what would you --
1 city, a commitrfe of offered I
negroes I!
i the press, in his Famous Songs," so i think if he should say-he never was
|Jailor Sharp $7fV if he would deliverthe t till III I H 1I111111t IIIII JlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII tiltH*'
calls it, but "The Confederate Song [i sick since useing Ballard's
prisoner t i tnim. Arnold went 11or\.I'
Book" of Savannah entitles it "Stance I I hound Syrup. Such a man H
home drunk aid a used his wife I Ii 1907
I lUbber" In "Songs of the Confederacy I I i Mr J. C. Clark. Denver, Colorado i ii __ THE
Rodney Inter red to rott'Ct the woman -
I ," of Paris, K>., it is prop- !i writes: "For years I was troubled
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1 and wA killed. Arnold was
i erly called '"Old Folks at Home:' The with a severe cough that would last Crescent Pharmacy
s t taken to jail J a crowd of negroes pursuing -
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name of the river upon which the I all winter This cough left me In a
The the mob of negroes
old folks were located by Foster I* I miserable condition. I tried Bal-
i raised the 7700 and offered it to LIVE OAK FLORIDA.
the Suwannee river in Suwanneenot lard Horehound Syrup and have not ,
Jailor Sharp. The jailor refused to
i ( Suwanee) county, Florida. Foster ,i had a sick day since. That's what it
take the bribe, and the mob expressed '
f wrote this song in 1851, but before great sorrow." : did for me Sold by Suwannee Drug | The Prescription Drug Store

locating it he consulted his I I Co. nov-dw*

brother asking for the name of some I I II
Southern river of two syllables. Moi- Governor Vardaman says that the I -- ----- .I

rison suggested \azoo and Pedee but new dalV paper of which he will be minimum imii > M _J I IIt
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atlas and found the Suwannee year, will NJ the best aper ever published Useful Gifts ; ; makes no dif- It m tiDfS>
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river down in .Florida to which Foster in thai statejCnd equal to the ference \\hQ+e ftllK'f a.....

joyfully exclaimed. That's It!" best anywherX in Jne country Mississippi blank your doc-1 blank yoat'"

The Swanee at once struck him as never \ /have a first-class for the bride r swtd- tor writer your I I- torwriU'Yl!'

melodious and flowing and he then daily paper, relyVg upon Memphis in heart or relative. You pre+criptionon' ('riptiDI"
oAhe prt
the north half State, and New
and there filled out the line so often will wtcutIJ t'I
/oufb find in the house of .
Orleans in the half, furnish
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mls\noted and made the title of ih3 corrwtlj.wecanfillthem Gl 'Orm1lY'

song'ay down upon de Swanee reading of tha/ kinV \\e are glal II J. D. RADFORD pi t

ribber." I to hear that ttfis defi\encv, in which ,

I "It is a sTStfie that Florida has so I she stands aline amcutg Southern ; an array of gift-giv-
States, will Aid with mis and
long neglected nd ml representedthis I tha/ year I ing goods, not only
we hope Governor Vardaraan -
famous song, ie n >st popular I beautiful -
the world over of all raster's beautiful will give th/ good old Staie a really but useful. Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled I.

songs. Kentucl\' Is notably great paper/ Also we hopV that ho No matter which Reasonable

oT SiaM Kentucky wont go iniane over the negVo problem turn Prices.
proud > way you some
Let ua fill 0s''
f Home," ana\jet""Tt"ftas more local and mike his paper a firebrand to thing confronts line of fresh Jour and reliable prescriptions; gauds and Bnng sell your us your drug pre store'P.,,a':''n-,I .. W: t*esrrf. .fiD final '

I rather than you recUy at lowest pricem. Phone ,. ... ,, L
and holms seco&l place to aggravate cure e i In t u your ord r Prom ) :WnfMOISE
fame a that will be just right
"Old Folks at Home" Anl> a few evils He tan do great good If he will No; .220

months -* p KentWk\ Vnteiled a I with great the harm new paper also he can di : ; DIAMOND LOCKETS + The Crescent Pharmacy,

handsome dri>Lumen to\ Foster's

meraorj jet Florrd BRACELETS i +
LIVE OAK
lects to honor and kee ni nE'g-,1, in these days of spreading prohibition 'i j | AND BROACHES, --- FLORIDA- __

the misnamed and mutilated which leaves so much unhappy i I P. S. Use "f(etcher's 66" for Chills and f e>er. "IJ Cure No f"

Folks at Home:' that has been trans I and unslaked thirst in its wake, ; all of the latest< design.

lated into many European and Asiatic it is good to know that there is a cure !, + U H 1 1 H U II H tl M I H I tt M++>+ H.J-H 1 1111I1t

languages and sung by millions cf I for the drink habit cheap and rightat i; ; Watch repairing done by

people the world o>er, As a most I I j band. <.The .'ort1yE'rs Press tells ; ; an Expert Workman. : : : -

popular encore it has been sung ball > i about it a\follows: : i

the great prima donnas that have I Mrs U d H Shannon, of Flore 1. D. RADFORD PASTY 1'1(1)ETS J l :

appeared on the .American stage. The Ida announce; discovery that oranges I ;

words and melody are full of tender will cure t t drin habit. He;

f sentiments and as long as the world first patient was a an ho had to" i LIVE OAK, FLA. i 4. :live Oak to DOM fins Part on *a. d'Nat
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lasts this song will make immortal more than rty yea ben addicted : a rate of SO tents round trt!. ..,'h.i l

i the name of Stephen Collins Foster, f to drink xcpu.sonJbe, suggestion, III II I I I I III II I I I I II I J. 11'1"4 Minimum of ten fares. fA ,.1

. Its gifted author. He died at Bellevue -lhe began eadArfaTD y q ling an orange "II..IIIIIIII
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Agent Phone 152 fur
ff cit in is a\ aAhe
hospital in Nework soon ope ed his e\f> HIIIIIIIB

U, but was buried beside his parents in the morningBefor going to JUST RECEIVED AT to.. 101 I I I I I I I .... further information

graves in Laurence*'ille mow a part breakfast e, ate a MherI and followed THE BON TON

of pittsburg. Pa > and as the coffin I that up wito morV fru every time ,

was being lowered into the crave a i he felt a cra\ufJftr a dVlnk H> New line \oil skirt ra e""s>".a .io"E*;" irfi{ 4el44i.s-e43M+e ,..itUt'

band played softly and tendorh carried this treatment through for New line latest shaped corset i SELL ."%OT.II""G I I\.f. f'Ti

Foster's melodies "Come WhereI one month and at the end 01 that New line silk late. drc-.3 tr.n:mings in

Love Lies Dreaming' and "Old Folks time had lost all desire for drink. but braid, lace wands app:!que. dress ;i Health and Accident InsurantAnatj

at HomeS I have often statedin instead an orange at least fb.oe goods. 1 .Semi-Annu.Quarterly or V ... fl.t '

these letters this song is in the{times a day had become neces&a b Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets PITTS & McEWEN, General Agents LIVE OA J(d ,

dialect and there should be no for his health and happiness It isI P S.-We -.
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negro need
a few f
Southern writers who ;i I said to have been a woman who, MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. more good Agents :I',
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I During the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly $700,000.00 and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. ;

All other insurance agents together have paid practically nothing. This tells the story, *t

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News of Live Oak and SuLocals And Personals There will be no afrvlces of any I f .NOTICED THEI
kind at the Baptist/ arch tomorrow. -
wannee County Gatheredby II SANITOLAD'fRTlSING
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e the Reporter. THEY COME AND THEY .GO.BUI FOR RENT-Furnished room for I AND OffER IN THE |

one or two gentlemen. Close iu.
L I LADIES'l IKVIC" JOURNAL; .
J Phone and lights. Address, Phone
t k ,206. i i'O"'IAN'S; HONE COMPANION

SmltK st Rocky Sink is here M. V. Mills of.n uston, was In town SATURDAY EVENING POST

today on busicessj this morning. /\. JrSde. The Mehrten-Sheridan Lyceum attraction OULUEir-S DELINCTTOU: &c.I .
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'\t for Tuesday night is spoken
j. .Taylol'juf; Mayo, is in the city J. II. Jones of orange Bend', is here very highly of by the Savannah I !} 10 StmTOL PRODUCTS $1.00 !

today on busl,' ss. visiting Dr. Drown. I Morning News. It is no doubt a very

*' : I We offer at a bargain, high grade entertainment and should
KlngVof Terry, registered at Jim Allen of lUxford is here
C, E. on draw a large audience.
six with Fill in one of the coupons from
rday. business today. / i room cottage
the Ethel yestf | above Journals with our name as
1 I modern conveniences, on A little excitement, was caused i: Druggist mail it to the SANITOl
1I N. A. Barnwell of Mayo, was on Jack Rawlins \/f Pine Mount, is south Ohio Most just about darB ye erday evening bya : LABORATORY with One Dollar;
I avenue. i They will send you an order on'tis
our streets yesterday.S. i among the farm \n the city today.J. mattress in thVutoast Line freight for the ten products. (Retail :
I \ / desirable residence section Ii IiI depot catching ffr&w by some means.A : value $.'.70.)

B. Jackson\of Norwood, was iu T. Ward ofluwannee Station, I of the city. If you are 1 crowd soonjasse bled, and in i ISuvannee
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the city on busings yesterday.Mrs. was seen on our sree.ts this morning. I contemplating purchasing moment or tMfo the naze was extinguished ;
and no damage' suited.i .
J. A. \\Vsson returned from R. R. Brown Afilocky Sink, is a home in Live Oak come :i

a Tialt to Mad sAn yesterday. among the farmers ;n town today.Frank : up to our office and let I II j KODOL is offered on a guarantee

I I plan for the relief of heart burn,
show this I
us place. 1
Bud Blackburn is grinding cane on : Kunery Jr.. of Rixford ts you I flatulence, sour stomach, belching of Drug Company

bU place near Awn this week. i trading in the cK today. i I gas, nausea, and all stomach trou- t!
1 I I i| ties. It digests what you eat. It

.. Alex Goff ofaster, was a bUSi-1 Y. Y. HingsonWas in town from mw [ lW CO. !! will make you healthy. Sold by Live :-: I II -III I-I 1-=' :: ;: 1 I 11'1 .

tess visitor In thirty yesterday.Judge the Rixford neighbarhood, this mornSam I :I Oak Drug Co. nov-.i ,
-- I ing. \ I -
l Carter orOnayo. was shaking I I i' We are reliable, informed that Just Received

hands with friend/fNhere/ )esterda). Jackson of CV/irien, is among Lewiu Building, Room 3. I there have not fWenJovy ten or eleven -

the visitors In the cuy today.J. cases of sclnet jpver 31\ told
Phone No. 44.J.
Capt. W. J. HilWan went to Jacksonville since it niaiV its ypearance hen,

yesterday/iNa, business trip.T. I O. Skeene ra\ue up from Pile about a mon -'a/. All cases are I

S (:rove on business >thig morning. G. Carter ofaof is a guest 0'the closely! watched amd there is no danger -
of Ex-
P. Hurst ofTl/TJ.. Xo. 5, brought Ethel today. of further spread. Shipment

'4 a load of very fii/c\ne in this morn- C. O. Riley of>4,i te Rocky Sink settlement -

ing. was here Juis morning.Mr. Because oL some extra press workwe
'C A. M. Lewis \ |B-o yfrou3) farmer All
were complied to close up the press Wagons.
11 from NsuwWJnuP is
I near Springs
4 Mr. Wells oft $ Wells RegisterCo. J. Ilucharfufta spent the day Democrat form lt>day at noon. !
shaking hand /it friends in Live I
., at O'Brien./sln, the city today yesterday driving AQ the country. Oak Some matter that yvould have appeared -
today.
on business. today will hay; toVjjt until Monday Prices

H. P. Hastings '<\& Houston was but our readers are kind, and I
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'! BIshop Weed\ 1 hold services at among the visitors ]me.. this mornii g. For Dry Goods and Groceries, will bear with us in an emergency t I
the Episcopal ch4a h at both hours quality and quantity as welt as price like this.

tomorrow. I.. R. J. Allen of tt..j Antioch church guaranteed call on $1.25 to $3.75
"" d-6t R. W*. PRICE & CO.
community, was of ur streets this Auctioneering of all and every-
Ben Williams\ Ellaville, came morning. thing at the Auction House of It. W.

;. over on busines/ >esterday, and returned I i \ WANTED Immediately, three Price & Co., every Saturday. If you ---
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last nigt} I I Mr. Shiver, a farpber living near furnished rooms for light housekeeping want it, we have It, and at your own I
l Suwannee i Station was in town this in quiet, refined neighborhood. price provided it is better than the

to Tax fenhollway Assessor.iSbrings./D. Hemming yesterday went ev- I i i': morning. -- Address Box 161 postoffice. Saturday other fellows'and. see.Come around every I us[ABOOK K 3 fW8 CO..


| cuing on a business trip. FOR SALE Young milch cow LOST-Pair of gold frame eyeglasses d6t R. W. PRICE & CO. i

,. with calf. Apply to Sallie Reese. between Baptist churca r.ndpostoffice.
P. W. Warren/ returned front I i i East Lynn Park. or between postofflce and Prof. L. M. Hattop has returned

O'Brien yesterday': 'here be has been residence. Finder plea..e return .o from a hunting triir in the Crystal C. C. COOK Managfef
i"'bualn""or!t a fe\ days. ,i t W. E. Floyd of \Jftie Grove, was on Democrat office and get reward. River country. \lr says he found anj owne

:, the street this //rooming shaking game plentiful, bXtthey did not kill
Joe Hineley reluuted from Madison hands with friends. LOST-In or near Suwannee DrugStore any bear.Vti aay he visited the '

.I Uiii morning whire he has bo".1 I one small brown purse with 1 Southern Business collkee of Live Oak WANTED-Two furnished rooms

the past feW da/s ot V. a v"llIo Charley Johnstn 'W n tar Suwanne long chain. Purse contained one of which hej's presldenV and found by couple with child 4 years old,

folks.Dr.. / Springs, brou h\ yQ a jfagon load of five dollar bill and ten ceuts in slHer. I that institution progressing 4n a most suitable for light housekeeping. Address ;

I very fine cane\Dis rryffning. Finder please return to this office i favorable Jhanner.--Tampa Times Box 118. dltThree
FrederlckSkaco 0 left this Morning I

t for Chaires wjfore he will preach ; ; -I lli-I;; -1 :1- 111-; -- 11-1 II I'll i iI
tomorrow: retufbing\home Monday / ': : : II I: I II : '1II I I I I I I I


[ afternoon. I Days' Special Sale At 1

Frank Wiitaerwtedle left this

4morning for Day Jor a short stay with i

.'Jt.,. bone Business folks.College Hfika herk student in the : THE LADIES'Thursday EMPORIUfl. I



Mr.:.Wells. Sute'agent for the Sin- Friday and Saturday
IW Sewing MacWne Company, with ,

; headquarters at/ acksonville, was
of all odds and ends broken discontinued etc. -I
looking pan"s business A clearance assortments, incomplete sizes, patterns, ,

la the city yeerday. from every department. Three days of extraordinary bargains-each day its special features.If .

5 JQ.. Kent* the barber, received a what YOU want is not listed stop in, and chances arc "its on sale." We can only mention a few items.

telegram this\ from his
turning SKIKT SPECIALS. KE.MXAXTS. SHOES.
., t brother stating}&i his wife nas
% I dead 4;0 heavy wool skirts, worth from $n, The Remnant table will be a great Ladies' and children's shoes: broken !
at Lee, F .\ lie will leave on
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to $3. to close at S2.4. attraction. All kinds of cotton and lots, odds and ends "Queen Quality"
%.; the eleven o'clock thin this morningto ; Ail wool Panama skirts brown, black woolen goods in short lengths at half brand included: All on display tabled 1
attend the funeral. :c and blue worth up to $ .50. oars|>ecial price for quick clearance. with, size and price marked on each
price $4.50. pair. Prices 50 cents to tl SO values up
and voile skirts I5LAXKKTS' : AND ('O\I E'111tTS.: sized kind but alit
t _. Panama. Secillian. up toll Not every a
Fenholloway is from this time on. U Q. ,> $10. sale price $7.50. Cotton blankets 75 cents to $1.50 per sizes in the lot.
+ ,to be known and called Fenholloway Voile and chiffon panama skirts up to pa'r. Comforts $1 10 to $:3.xi. Get your t'uR:"I FT':
Bpri gs. We understand the P31' SIX: 50, sale price $S.;50 The well known supply now and save money.
o : "Star"skirts included. rXItI-IWF.\I:. In order to get our line down to the
department has the word SIIIKT W.\b T'". One special lot of \ladies and childtwo well known brands "Ro 'al "Worcester -
rings to the name of the office at and "InvisaMe Ladng; we
lots of madras and lawn rm S ,vests pants, and union suits, to
; Two special will loge out all others at a **
.it point, U
and close .
now by common con- at 19 cents the garment.riis.
worth
waists at 65 cents and 93 cents See the .;y cent table, values uP to $1
c 'to.-e will all recognize and use .. i.i to 150. :> : .
: t new name u \ 'Special reduction on all silk and net Only six silk jumper suits left; sale OATS..
'. H wai-t.5.: pric $3.75 Tailored suits worth up t.. !La.)I...;>' rjbb-rised rain proof eeats.
:b $14.50 to close at $10. and $ .59 vafcwg at
tan
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Al U HOY: SUITS. ac-N. navy
,:, Chast ln of his
brought one
{ lot of cravenettm $7.50
nm.miEX'scAi's.One 57.50. Special ,
ii bosuits to be closed I
>m Entire stock
biles -
in : Dowling Park reduction child
{from: 'nat$5. Big on
N \! u'
lad it nv'ardless of cost. Suits $1 25 to lot of caps worth up to :ar cents, .'
H l> ,
light in tow\ /n climbing the if $.!.>'. l'ant 25; cent.to V' cent. to close I at !'.f cents. 'lj ,-.a' H
,f** river bank the machine suJdon- r a

: "topped and roJi> back into the will be full of and plainly marked.
the r. It .f Evcry table and show case special bargains, prices
was } seriously damaged

'io..', wever, but retired ome stiff pull- H Terms Cash at Sale. Prices. I
Strictly
a' "to. get It cat again Mr. Chas- II I

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1 ZG a ml 1 N p a L._..._._._Porter Ly.IIO 30 a a'5 21'p.
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1000 a m 610 p a L.__._ WaIm.a.rth-_......._......Ar. f fit a m30 P" ,I
10" a .1 5 2p a L. -Sawaanee Riftr 1.1 f Si a In 1.15 P" '
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1111 a m:5 10 p a LY Norwood- .Lv. f Ram I 100 P ot 1I
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i TraiDa Mhedu1ed to connect with Seaboard Air line w..t bcaed and At1aatlC Coot Line north
booted a'Un Oak. For inftRmation regarding rata ICMdu\ea and connections apply to
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publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. : us to handle and everything in the
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i FIRST : QUR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papersis
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Wealth -j F'1 Way fn Vhis ?World '

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.It yon will always have health. What la more to a man : +
an good money in the world can't make i I'
happiness where health is unknown, Ballard's Snow Liniment J i
Rheumatism Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Neuralgia, : I''CURES : +
Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, Lama 1 '
Back and all the Ills that Flesh Is Heir to.One '

Who Knows. I'':
The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy

J. G. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. writes; I cannot 1 College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for
too highly praise your Ballard'a Snow Liniment for all graduates.
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change .
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your .
SCHOLARSHIPS
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Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.
used together defy all pain.
These

GET THE GENUINE. ,* Three Sizes 25c, SOc, $1.00 and
$40, $50, $75 $90

Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
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500-502 North Second Street
WHITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE AXD SPECIAL CIRCULARS.I .

ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. M

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t Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street
Sold and Recommended bySuwannee t

:;: i L. 'I. IIATTOX, G. S. STEPHEN'S,
Drug' Company. LIVE OAK FLA.
i F t President aud I'roprletor. Principal.

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-- ----- DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel ...,... .. t T
CARDS. ..
PROFESSIONAL l I -* r C 1 Ne fF H"fNt C 15e 1e-++1H NN i
salve Is and sootliing. Good
-, healing l-M-HM +++++++1"1"1+++++ I..>.I.++++*'n+++++.31I..H, 1111 lllllllt.:
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Drug
= i for piles Sold b> Live

M. DIXON, Company. nov-d ,,,, ..
L. ,Thrc's Xo Use I :!!!q" ':':'111'111' II II "' "

Xaturall). talking you lan't beat Herbine
DENTIST. Little Wi\jani- ) father has the" lUer The greatest fo'.1 I Now is the Time to Visit the

of o\er\ ejfy men ever offered to suffering bumanit If :
OtrowNTiA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE charge
Little Jlmmyuh, that's nothing you suffer from liver complaint If
WORK. : SPECIALTIES.
My father charge over jour you are bilious and fretful, its your I
father! Iher, and Herbine will put it in its Jamestown Exposition

M.E.. BROOME, Little WiluKmV11.. m> father proper condition. A positive cure for ,

makes more coney thiu your father. .Constipation, Biliousness, Dyspepsiaand :
He doen't wn the shop.-From the all ills due to a torpid liver. Try ;, I I II
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. BohemianHe .1 a ottle and you will never use anything i, IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.

LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. el e. Sold by Suwannee Drug i I

Vifl'I'Ktice in all the court of the State. Spee- Fought: at t.ttp.tlUr Company. nov-dw I, I
ill attention given to Conveyances. Collection The War Path :.: Air Ship :=: Naval Display
Y.. ,
of 1Ieot..Etc. AU business promptly attend- David J'I'arker. of Fa>ette. N.
s III to Wanted lU-lu-f. j I
who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: .
Norm PUBLIC STATE AT LARGE. another, who has I
\utomobIlL to :
ha\edone (
"Electric Bitters me more
--- -- --- -- will interest and instruct you. Do not
downiA
good than any medicine I ever took. I broken 'a/ I be of any assistance "
DR. J. W. WEST For several sears I had stomach I to you. ft fail to go at once. For beautifully illus-

trouble, and paid out much money The affected yn\ (under the machine trated folder containing maps, discrip- I
s Physician and Surgeon. for medicine to little purpose untilI I )-Yes, s'y. TVit lady you see
tive matter list of hotels etc. write to
obi Pd if will J
Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. began taking Electric Bitters. I is my wife. iy be you:
Residency at Ethel Hotel. would not take $x00 for what they Kindly ans\\/her questions and keep
for Grand tonic fot i her amused while I'm fixVz this infernal -
have done me
Pka*:-Office.No. 168. FRAN C. BOYLSTON
marine, Philadelphia In- ,
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Residence.Ntn. 23 or 168. the aged and for female weaknesses. I
Drug Store (BarcUrJJfc Groover) No IS. Great alterative and body builder; : quirer. t

-- -- for lame back and weak
sure cure District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
c...310... F. E. THOMASON kidneys. Guaranteed: by Barclay & I> lie Charitable ; j
Groover druggist. SOc. nov-dw" to jour horses as well as to yourself.
BROWN & THOMASON, \ I You need not suffer from pains of

The average %om*h t>een s to get as I i any sort->our horse need not suffer. J ATLANTIC COAST LINE >

PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS much "fun out of hurth as her husband I Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow Llniment. !! ,

does fromJtis ipdge.Cured I It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts j

Bakersfield Mo, writes: "I i
un OAK. -. : : FLORIDA. THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE. ,_
llhcaM.Mr. I Liniment1 for ten OJ
of llriglH's have used jour ;! o
Robert O. Burke. Elnora. X.Y. : years and find it to be the best I {I
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L. A. CUAWFOHD, .. writes: "Before I started to use have ever used for man or beast. IIi .>I

PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, Fole>"'s Kidney Cure I had to get up Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. nov-dw j t

Office Upstairs, from twelve to twenty times a night I Use the best Brick in. the State.IT'S
VlUiens and I was all bloated up with dropsy Experience caV pure a man of almost I > j
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Bank Building, and my eyesight was eo impaired anything ejwpt his omnipresent -I .

LIVE OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA. could scarcely see one of my family complacent yI oncVt.A '

-I- across the room. I had given up I MADE BY ,
of living when a friend recommended i

T. J.Practical LYLE cent hope bottle Folej's worked Kidney wonders Cure.and One be-50 I I Bucklen's May the Significant Arnica Lord Salve help Pratr.you known make to I Ian ': The[ Callahan Brick Co.C ij l .

fore I had taken the third bottle the -
." writes J. G. Jenkins of Chapel ; _.
TCHMAKER well as all other ----- --
had as
AND JEWELER dropsy gone. '
Hill. N. C. It quickly took the pain
symptoms of nri ht'8 disease" City \\ H. Goodbread Live Oak Fla. Gen'l Agt for Live Oak.
35 year's experience nov-dw out of a felon for me and cured it In 'I ,

Good itock of Watches always on hand.coLEy's Pharmacy. a wonderfully short time." Best on ---- -------

When taiin I 1\5 in a mirror it earth for sores burns and wounds. I lancing Tropes Fatal 1'ne union la Follows a Cold
2ftc at Barclay &: Grover drug I
I is always cer hat it caught a tore nov-dw Many men and women catch coldsat but never follows the use of Foley's
glimpse of gt" 18 I dances which terminate In pneumonia Honey and Tar. It stops tbe cough

and consumption. After exposure heals aad strengthens the lungs an-1
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A Hard IH-U to I'-.,. Love is a mv Jfet lasts forever if Foley's Honey and Tar Is I pretests pneumonia. City Pharmacy -

debt of gratitude that can unless the matrimonial extinguisher ,.I:taken it w iH break up a cold aDd no Dove
1 owe a relatives.Tbe .
S. Clark, is applied b> serious results need be feared. Refuse
never be paid off, writes G. I I'
.HONEY AND TAR of Westfield, Iowa. "for my rescue I any but the genuine in a yellow Xo nan cafejriB tM world until r*

from death, by Dr. King's New Discovery Postmaster of Gascoaado Mo.. package he has becaaae/l part of the world
Both lungs were so rh.us.1: Daniel A. Bugs, says "I cannot say We have secured the agency for he seeks to .aef.-
that death seemed imminent -: too much for your Kidney &: Bladder Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the sew .
affected
ly
The original when I commenced taking New Pills I feel like a new maa." De-i laxative that makes the liver lively, 3
Take some good reliable and safe
'. The dminous dry h:.ck- Witt's Kidney and Bladder PlUs are parities the breath, cures headache '
MTIVE Disco*'er> : dlgestaat like KODOL for dyspepsia.
cough remedy, before the first bottle sold by Live Oak Drug Co. aov-d and regulates the digestive organs.
quit
cough
ing Ask KODOL to the best remedy known today -
madea Cure chronic constipation. us
'Of CO'fha, colds throat and lung was used and twq more bottles dw for heart burn belching and all 1
about It. City Pharmacy.
burbles. has ever
No opiate Xon-alcoholic. complete cure. Nothing Most menVjMDuld succeed in business I troubles arising from a disordered

'T1 Weterybody Sold everywhere. ('qualedey; Disco.'enfor cough if they wSuld confine their energies -' ." digestion. It is pleasant to take and '

*-.. The genuine :I colds and all throat and lung com to their ow& A bachelor isyt man old enoughto affords relief promptly. Sold by

IY.lirS HONEY and TAR is in I I plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & -- appreciate t / lug of doing just Live Oak Drug Co. nov*

... "owackae. Refuse substitutes.f Gnxner druggist SOc and $1.00. Best remed for mothers to use is as he ........ : I .
I novdwA
... = ....,Prepared* Company only, Chlcage.,1oNiiiAR by i Trial bottle free. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It -- solute"Hehjrls very likely to be
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L, dr"r:, and .t.' \ :" .fo"
maple sugar n 1 a
good
nearly ,5; ,
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woman can as nyft crowd is not
contains no o;> ate. Sold ty Live 0 j ',L t \\ ;3 L.-i .. '
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crying / man can overa 0 f/ S
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D. L BYRD 2nd Vice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER Cashier ;'.

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Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, II f
WINTER IS COriING!


I.' Electric Residence Electric power or Lights Power Business-Day in any and Houses and part night Turpentine.of at current a the very city-reasonable for furnished rate.for I I Iii I %;' 7j) I H W ARE y U FIXED mR [l nl ll i

ing purposes. manufactur-j I Et! ism : t- g
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of :
City We
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. ;_ cial attention, and all orders promptly filled. iE.Uj h ? : Young :lIen bought and a better line of clothir"r. Men,
We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and I: : of boys than ever before. AM the latestshades e
flooring. Come and get our prices. I ; :' browns grays and mixed.
n : ybelieve<: in Physical Culture Tnlet. us
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1 II WI r- f.t :; made We have a strong line of garments.Youths and *:".- suits. 9
Brings City Joys to Country Homes good and strong for wear.

Bottled Coca-Cola has this advantage over that I:II El:I I !: fine.Take a look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they are 9
drawn from a fountain-the every proportion! is '
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strength without loss or injury. There are many cheap imitations.
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