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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 12, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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's< prominent Law Professor Seriously An Important MeetingOf


y a Saggt'tltA him for that Job. I

I! Ann Arbor Mich.. NOT. 10.-Prof.
The
Counc
t Joseph P. Drake, of the law department City

startled his class yesterday by ,
.
declaring that he would favor elect-

s lag Theodore Roosevelt king of this

j country The students at first took

statement as a Joke, but It was
the
Some Considered of Much Int
c. reiterated, and Prof Drake asserted Qrdinances

that It 'was given with all serious-


o t sees and nomination sincerity.The .of the President to i est to the People of Our Progressive City


the throne of the United States came

r after a discussion of the corporation Improvements Will Be Made.

problem. Prof. Drake declared that I Ip

although an attack upon vested Interests -

bad been attended with many Out of the fifteen cases, four have 1 be temporary.
1. the prosperity of the nat The City Council met in regular I
dangers to entirely recovered, and eight are con- I Some of our sidewalks are ii
session last night at the hall and '
tion the President has wisely handi city valescent. / condition A personal injury

i led the situation and, as the final after the passage of the regular Sincere thinks are due from us to came very 'near being' serious
routine business, the consideration of .
"' solution 'of corp ate encroachments the State Board of Health for the I come to my knowledge, said lr
the rights at the public could ordinances cafe up. The question of Alth I
; upon promptness which they responded :caused by a defective sidewalk
before th/ ofmany the sidewalk between the postofflce
i be reacted passing
lot when the\ituatlon was first reported ,serious personal injury suit.
building and the Presbyterian churchwas *
decadeVVJie/favojpd retaining to them .,We are under obligations cost us more than all the side
Roosevelt at bie helm/hrough the called up \nd the city attorney Dr. Bird of the
to Board of i In town are worth.. I would re

thickest of the fight. reported that al preliminaries were Health, for his prompt visit, valuable I mend that all dewalks be pi

: Prof. )rake|said dk thought that arranged for th city to order the suggestions and eerful assistance i condition as soon'as' practical.

.;: { walk built and collect for same
the election to the residency and
E We are to be ongratulated upon I would also recommend the '

the maintenance of the office under against the own or owners of the having with us Dr. Chalker, of Lake ting in of new sidewalks wher
.:. property. This as then done, and I
the present system was attended J
City Florida, State Board of convenience of the public deman
with too politi al complicationsand the walk is to be constructed of tilingand /
many Health physicla who is rendering. I would also recommend that V
evils, and for this reason he advocated is to be: as speedily as pos- / I
dOT valuable service promptly and cheer- these new sidewalks are put in

r, the burning of all bridges sible. fully. / proper notices be given and that

and the giving of a free hand tot The ordinan e ordering the rail-
Streets And Sidewalks.I property be treated alike in the
Theodore Roosevelt for the solution roads to place flagman at the Ohio respectfully call the attention of ments for
) same.
of the corporation menace. avenue crossin was called up and !
the Council to the condition of our '
,', its econd reading An City Supplier
put
Prof. Drake declared that it was upon streets as to tter 'and trash. Our

one of the follies of the nation to amendment wa offered and accepted streets are notf kept in that cleanly I would" recommend that the

as to then mber of hours the Council the ordlnJ
suppose that the present Industrial conditions tha the size of our city pass necessary
flagman tc be on duty and the looking to the
was
efficiency could be maintained with- warrants. Our citizens are prone to puchasing of all

cpt the organization of great corporations ordinance pass( d to its third readingand depend too muc on what the city can supplies by contract, the contra

final e. Upon its third I be let to the lowest
Their destruction would passa ; bidder.
I do In the way en cleaning up. Their
mean tie ruin of the nation and the reading and fii al passage it was carelessness to la great extent Is Fire Department.

\ solution, he said, rested in efficient passed by a unanimous vote, and the I I city officials. Tils laxness by the city I would" recommend that
railroads until the 15th of you
control and regulation by the given
govern.IDent. city officials. Tils laxness b ythe city chase more fire b ose At the
December with its
to
ompiy pro- officials is owing largely to the fact fire I noticed that
some of the
visions. This < rdinance has been un-
that we were all here when Live Oak sent hose Is
Judge McComas 1. der conslderati >n for some time and worn and may giveon
was nothing m a country
there is no do bt but that the Coun- conditions us at any timer Neither dc

W&Viington, Nov / 10.-Louis cil has passed i very wise measure. village and the were allow- think we have sufficient, hose for]
\ Emory VcComas, associate' justice of ed to care for th mselves. needs of the city. II \
The amount o traffic at the Ohio
tie courVof appeals of the District I would recommend that the City would also present for
avenue crossin has become so great your
I
of Colvmna, former United States Council pass an ordinance prohibiting sideration the better equipment!
that such a measure is a very timely
senator andVfomour terms the throwing of any trash, debris the fire
congres- department. And I offer]
one. Under tha provisions of the
In
man from MaMand, died at his home or litter of } kind on any of your consideration the ]
ordinance the is to be on sugges
agman \
U ts&L the streets of tie city. An ordin-
till city His death was due that the city purchase a motor pc
duty from six o lock in the morning '
to heart; t/uure\ He was born In ance that will make every citizen res- wagon and employ '
one man to 1
until eight at n ght and is to give
Washing n count Did., in 1348 ponsible for his ojtvn front door. Trash same in condition .together with
the of
timely warning elf approach
\ L. Ud th/funeral wiFLtake place at trains. \ barrels In front .tf doors and on the ladders hose and fire apparatus]

I / liege tornn* his former home, onTs The .'trash ordinance," which has streets are only in invitation to trash believe this would b$ much che'

\ y.A'ovember 19 and litter on the streets and much
efficient
more than hoi
been pending for some time was up
( Two mules and two laborers to go and that we need at least two hoi
.L for discussion, and after due consideration -
\ Prafse.to around picking f up a piece of paper Is patent. I do not
that
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Mehrtews-Sheridan Relieve
Co.
It failed to pass, its third piece
here and a there is paying en- motor would
The Montgomery Advertiser gave reading. The rei sons being that tirely too high {for the service rendered than would wagon cost any II
two horses
and the
. there already on the books an
ttsdnted praise fo the above was realize
com-
We are all beginning to of
two horses would the |
juT coverinsame practically the pay one n Id ViOUl
ordinance
which opwfed f
the Montgomery the necesslti" for both public and

;. lyeciua Course/last week. It says ground an that there were private econoniX". I notice in many i City Ordinance*. able supNi/of caJHTm, hand tJ" that

tAn one or two provisions considered to point where the]' would have to put ...'
evenlngfs entertainment of instances of private parties! cleaning I would also recommend that the
! be too drastic. { on a limit as has been done elsewhere t
i nrpaaslng exc lence was that afford- \ up their back Jards and vacant lots, : City Attorneys be (instructed to at
? t4 The matter granting a new :ft
by Madame of ,
ill
T Mehrtens and into
/ ura and throwing trash therefrom once make a revision of all city ordinances -
8&r& Macdonald l franchise to the [Live Oak Manufacturing I', The thing to do Is to go along as f
eridan at the the streets,rw here it remains until for the approval and passageof
for if there had been talk of financial
furnishing a
Kottiomery Theat r, being the reW Compaq the city carts Ind It and feel disposed the City Council; and that said re- no
! 1ar attraction system of electric lights to the city troubles, make your bank deposits as
of/ the Montgomery to move It. This ought not to be. vised ordinances be printed in book
t lreeua.I take and considered. usual, bills with your
: was again up I note that considerably large form. pay your

;: "Mn Mehrtens Final disposition was not made, but checks In the usual way. and in a
[s the foremost wo- amounts are laid out every month City Hall
s "f._ tt pianist of A some progress made toward its passage short time every one will have ,for-
I erica today and for street workThese bills, I am Informed -
ftl.to be regretted\but none the lees Amendments will be added, ] include] street work proper, I would also recommend* that the gotten all this talk of a panic.

t w. that It U fixing Decembe* 31, 1920, as the date City Council and he Bond Trustees The reports fromew York are to
because of her
onlj I' mule feed and (he hire of drivers for
le which at proceed Just as soon as practical to the effect that shipments of
; after city may currency
Perhaps, that he Is not re- the anJ'1time. the carts, etC.; this includes the time
I %etatud acquire the plant and franchise, the erection of the City Hall. If the have been resumed there to a con-
as I
I an artist of the same and hire of mules and labor to pick
M Paderews the value to bf fixed by arbitration. the'streets present plans and specifications for siderable extent $30,000,000 in goldis
\ jjjwy d, Rosenthal and up trash on I think you
the City Hall cal' for more funds its
en It Is now on way from foreign countries
certain that her play will agree with tne that we are pay-
, lac last night Mayor Johnson Address Council than you have then it Is our duty to and so far as that point is concerned
entI es her to the dis- Ing entirely too high for this small
the city to draw these plans down to
1IJtt1ou. the trouble is practically
Fla. Nov. 9. 1907
Live Oak benefit to the cI v. At a very small
.' Kn. such size building as will fit our over.
: >Mehrtens made her home To the Honorable City Council of the outlay of time 01 the part of the
.' u funds. These funds have been set Simply sit steady, and all will be
; ; last several city of Live qak, Florida: citizens the tim of these laborers
\.Jtan. Cttlture's aside for this purpose, and we owe well .
noted.. for Its Gentlemen:--Our law requiringthat and mules and carts could be put to
aIlks1 : it to the city to gi e them the Hallmmend .
t js: has long been any recommendations that the work that would" ] be for the permanent -

t aiIcocaised a( pre-f mlnently the fore- Mayor desires ;o make to your improvement of the city City .\r< >untlng INJUNCTION GRANTFIKXrkaiis

o t.tai11t th of the South, if not of Honorable body i. shall be made in i I would also recommend that the I I would also rec that your .
Kailroad ConiniiM.sion Ik-
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btl.re country, writing. I there 'ore respectfully sub- City Council take, steps looking to Honorable body ei plo: some reputable -

,,"-.** Sheridan Is 4istInctly. a South- mit the following for jour consideration the permanent Improvement of the I and recognize* auditor or auditing 'strain t-d" from Collecting

woman her home being in At- : city j company and lat you have the Statutory IVnaltlrs.

'}'-ieal.e1.- She has win plaudits from Pubic Health. 1 I would also recommend that the books. papers, acco nts of all the city Little Rock Ark >ov. 9.-In res-

1 ,10. America ,/with her super Since he 6th instant I have had the City Council take steps looking to the officials audited for at least five to ponse to the petition of the St Louis

which was heard at Its best City Sanitary Inspector, assisted by permanent improvement of the city. six years back. Iron Mountain and Southern railway

}' ;*tI&hl Wit ( two such artis one assistant inspector employed by I refer to the filling up of holes and This recommendation is not made Judge Trieber In the United States I
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I !& a tasteful programme, asA me, to make a ouse to house Inspec- washes in the streets with sand. Ifsand because we believe there has been any circuit court here,, late today granted -

't-4ere4 the is little wonder tion of the entire city From the re- washes out once It will wash mismanagement or the Improper use a temporary Injunction restraining

,; fns with reluctance that the ports of these I inspectors, we can out again. I would suggest that whenwe of the city funds. It is made a* a the railroad commission fit this state

left the 'theater." congratulate the city of Live Oak on mend a defect in the streets that proper precaution and that we mightbe from collecting statutory penalties

,...*the PPetr at the Auditorium to- having a most gratifying record for we mend it in such a manner that it more careful in our handling and I amounting to, $9 b' H0 because of an

owning attraction of the health at this ;time With the excep- will not need mending again. This management of city affairs and funds. .. alleged refusa, \to the part of the

,.. Lyceum. tion of a few: light cases of scarlet can be easily done If proper grades I would like'. to MDpress upon you railroad compano f rnish cars to

-c. r" fever the citr is in a flattering cndition I and drains are made. I believe that I the importance this last recommendation different mines when rdered to do

,a who finds out that it would be better to only do a little 'I I so by the commission and because of

0 a \ t as unreliable The total number of cases of scar- and do' it permanently than to do a Most respectfully submitted, (alleged discriminations In favor of

JL let fever so far have been fifteen. large amount of work that will only I J. B. JOHNSON Mayor. [mines owned by the railroad.

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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 10O7. _


train, Frank Zander said

was afraid that his brother

victim of foul/play. He was

Fuch disturbe /over the affair,

id that he WJQS prepared to

| e worst. /Only a short time

jr. Zander said, his brother, '
[alUditom>f the Fort Meade i \ Br NG- .

ipewafe threatened by cer-

eme ; provided he did not re-

ever T tatements made In his

against i certain combination fIT

k nty.. he retraction was

de, and tB\. brother, after
'
fo locate the mS in this city,

It was said he had been traced

lain people, fears that his By universal testimony Red Rock
Ir has been done away with

[restigation will continue, how- Fruit Punch has been awarded ,

intil the mystery Is cleared up. the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and;... .

GOLD POURIXG IX success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance :

with the following: \,

Not a Bed of Roses. FORMULA 1 >

((Orlando Reporter-Star.) (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-live Guests)
8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE <'.
ive Oak Democrat, one of 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE

st wily papers in the state and 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES .

" kat his DO opposition la Suwan- Crush and lemons fine with .
>untyUet3 forth >lhe following oranges chop pineapple cover sugar,
|columnadvertisement: "The allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the

i Democrat is dow In Its third pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add

It has puffed and pulled with the four quarts of Red Rock.

might for jpe best Interests of

ty. It ha/o en no small task
(intaln anf all-home print eight ,---,
-- ---- ----- -- .
dally. Ahe expenses has been -,
needSfl cate under the provisions of this or- +*WWM W*+******* .
TVe Jfave a large pat "
I.. Lef( our people itelp us more dinance upon conviction by the Marl', $ Phone Clark & CO. % _
re may serve them better' dur- or shall be punished by a fine, : 1 S8 "
ceeding five hundred dollars or Im-
e xt year. BROKERSCotton
;ood advice and we Bope' it prisoned not longer than ninety days,

followed. Few people realize or both such fine and imprisonment Stocks Bonds Grain and
Provisions
.at the discretion of the Mayor. ;
ense attached to a daily paper
Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL LEADING EXCHANGES.
[ days and few realize the great
it of good a daily paper is to take effect immediately upon its pas- OFFICES: EuSala, Ala., Jacksonville Tallahassee, St. Augustine lake I
immunity in which it is pub- .sage by the Council and approval by City, Live Oak, Quincy, Mariana and Madison Florida.

the Mayor. ..$ Suwannee Drug Co, Building, Live Oak, Florida. J'A.
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Attest:

S. I'. MAYS, C II. BROWN, I!! .
A
Significant ,
Prayer. --- -- -- ,
City Clerk. Pres Council.I .
ay the Lord help you make '
S. 1'. Mays, City Clerk of the
(en's Arnica Salve known tot City of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby. NEW
rites J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel certify that the foregoing Ordinance I::I Io. i mm AND GROCERY

|N. C. It quickly took the paina \ 67, was regularly passed by the I ,
felon for me and cured it in ::
City Council on the 6th day of November II H. B. CREECH
Prop.
short time.
iderfully Best oa A. D. 1901, and the same is ,

for sores burns and wounds hereby certified to the Major for his | [At Hingson's Old Stand]

|at Barclay & Grover drugnovdw approval. | Fresh meats, both Western and Florida.
Witness my band and the seal of
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said City this 6th day of November, H Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vegetablesa

OHDIVAXCM NO. G.. 1901. A BCIL'r'1"
S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. a
ordinance in relation to thec ** Terms Cash.
Examined and approved by me this HM.M.
( health and to prevent thed November 7th, A. D. 1907. ; .. i "" ':n --T

of certain contagious and anus J. B. JOHNSON, Major.There .
diseases in the City of Live --

,and providing penalties. Is No Iensonwhy WECARRYGrain j
IT ORDAINED by
thelaY'Jr your baby should be thin, and
ity Council of the City of Live
fretful during the night. Worms are
Florida: Hay Flour Meal Coffee Sugar R&
,
the cause of thin, sickly babies. It .
tionl.-Whenever any case of Salt in sacks and barrels Oa
is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe Crackers, Candy,
fever, small pox, cholera, dip- fat and sleep well. If baby
jour Goods Paper
Bags etc. in stock.
scarlet fever or scarlitina ,
does not retain its food, don't experiment
develop or exist in the city o f with colic cures and other Will keep on hand most of the winter, AppH

Oak, the patient, and all mem medicine, but try a bottle of White's Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges.We .
of the household
to the
exposed
Cream'ermifuge, and you will soon have of &&
shall be immediately placer on hand now several cars
seour baby have color and laugh as
quarantine by the Sanitary In it should. Sold by Suwannee Drug and can make you some close prices this week for

or under the direction of the Co nov-dw cash.
rand Sanitary Committee of
city and the house where such ---' When in need of anything in our line call once
Th Pcr"im I Touch. .
we u t who gave her I at shall be. must be quarantineas write us for prices.Thanking .
Socialist (grVjibn-Have you (Overcome
Little Jan was ai bright little girl effectually as practicable, and danger aflJ
in contact.A.Hh the millionaire our customers for
for b = g f ayone year and signals in the form of red flag past patronage

ten m nths d. W p not, dear shall be placed around such Infected class? soliciting a share of your future orders,
Friend (prqgdlv)-Vh, yes! I was
parent for ur darling is safe at; house houses or quarters, and al 1
once knock by\1U'un's automobile We
own are
home. G 's on earth andI I the inmates thereof, exposed to infection ..
when/me/ in I.\-Baltimore
wa
am sure you willieet jour darlingagain. Wand they are hereby re
Remember/Christ said, "suf quired to remain in such Infected American .f Live Oak Brokerage & Commission ft(

fer little children to come unto m e. house, houses or quarters or within .
and forbid them not for such is the such infected district as may be under -' \l'I"-'IIlJidti.

kingdom of heaven." HER AUNT quarantine, until such time 13' Is due in a large measure to abuse .* OLD:A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT *

they shall be able to produce a certificate -I' of the bowels, by employing drastic -

MISSING FLORIDA KDITOK. from some practicing purgatives. To avoid all danger, use eIS-
Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited to make j1 .*ce their
PhYSi-1 only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the
clan that all danger of i quarters while in the city.
Harry Zander, of Fort Moade Mj*>t viously past and that the infected bou.w'i safe, gentle cleansers aDd invigorators --=--

Ilfwlgrwr houses or quarters, and their contents Guaranteed to cure headache OHHlX.XelXu.. GO. by the Mavor

have been thoroughly disinfected : biliousness, malaria and An ordinance imposing !t ton Attest-
\ (Tampa Times> a penalty
I .
jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drag BROW
or until such time as the StateBoard I physicians for failing to report to'' S. P. MAYS. n
Frank Zander, who came from of Health shall have taken 'store. 25*. aor-dw* the Mayor of the City of Live Oat /' City Clerk Pres. Coant dL

Fort Meade esterday for the pu charge: of and raised such quarantine; \ certain infectious or contagious diseases .j' I, S. P. Mays, ('1 \ l"',>rk of the Car,

pose of locating his loft brother, r provided I that this prohibition may: Ujdf Difference."Why coming within his practice I of Live Oak, Flor',1 1 do hereby CII",

turned to his .Vprne/ast night very I not apply to any individual adulti do yva call yoaag Kallow within said City. !|1 tify that the for'u: ; Ordinance6. ,-
much discouraged, 'Alter i 'C>toliy?' HI..me is Noah." I the CII1
f reporting I member of the family who produces BE IT ORDAINED ""d by
by the Mayor was regnlaih i-
the matter to Chi 'Y\Calker jesterday'r a certificate from some practicing I! said Tow De, and City Council of the City of Live I Council OB the .'h daY of So ,
morning several /V the offers "1 know," /eplie4 Browne. "but Js letf'
were physician that such member has not Oak, Florida: I Wr, A. D. 1907 and tilt' same
detailed on the/ca\e. A been that's so iBa propriark. Noah had hlJ ar
thoroughsearch exposed to infection and that for
I Settion 1.-Whoever, being a li-/ by certified to t !h j"1 \\ )r
was instJtute k but up until 4 there is no danger of such member sense enough to get IIK oat of the censed or practicing physician withinthe proval. J
clock yesterday afternoon nothing I rain"'-Philadelphia' Press >seal ,
i communicating said disease. J the
City of Live Oak Florid, fails Witness 81. h.lT! I .10
had been learned of th\ young man. Sec.That ofovelDbf"1
any persons violatingany to
report immediately to the said city this nth Li.
Mayorof
Every nook ABd cornerf the city, of the above provisions of then [ j) Thrt'!1 No Use said City every case of yellow fev- t{J A. D. 19.7. i

where it w thought tha& the m. preceding section shall be fined not talking you can't beat Heroine for er, small pox cholera, diptberia, S. P. MKsaniied \YS. City Clerk.
might be, as searched, bVt no man exceeding five hundred ($500.00)i ]I I the liver. The greatest regulator scarlet fever, and scarlitlQa that i and a., ,roved by.1'

of the description given has\een seen dollars or imprisoned not longer than I ever offered to suffering humanity. If comes within his practice, within said i this November *fh. -t. D. I'01'

in the cl$. The search is not given ninety days, or by both such fine and you suffer from liver complaint If city, shall be punished by a fine of I j. B JUHNSOX M flror- <
up. and is being continued imprisonment, at the discretion of t h e'"ou are bilious I j
hoer and fretful, its your not exceeding Five Hundred ($500) -- :
renewed vigor. Still the Mayor, and in addition, such liver, and Her
person bine will put it in its Dollar, or by imprisonment not exceeding ("e.rrrct. j
police Are of the opinion that the shall be isolated under guard untilsuch condition. I e
proper A
positive fer TO
cure ninety (90)
days, or both little
young man has "Say queried
never come as far as I time as a practicing physicianmay Constipation Biliousness Dyspepsia such fine and imprisonment paw ot
Tampa, and last night at the Toddies, "what i u ta bone
his brothseemed
er certify that from
danger infection and all ills due to a torpid liver Trya discretion of the Mayor '
to be of the same belief.Speaking is tentlcn." I
past.
ottle and you will never use anything Sec. %.-That this ordinance shall aJJ.ertl
of the matter to a Times Sec. 3.That "The jawbo' "-/\ son. "
any physician who else
Sold by Suwannee Drug become effective ; Spa! .
man last night, before boarding: the shall willfully make any false certia fi- Company immediately upon its the old mss; w"th a side J '
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'!2- '.. LIVE OAK, DAILY DEMOCRAT
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
12, 1901.
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f'i ; The ielvenston Insurance Agency

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

? All other insurance agents together have paid practically nothing. This tells the story. --

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t Circuit Court Proceedings.The .

I greater part of the day yesterday -

News of Live Oak and and today hag been taken up with HAVE YOUNOTICED
SuLocals And Personals he trial of a dbmage suit against THE
,L wannee County the Seaboard AlrVdne Railway. A .

by the Reporter. colored woman another husband are SANITOLADVERTISING .
THEY COME AND THEY GO. plaintiffs to He suft, an /they are
represented bjvkt &on /& Small. AND OFFER IN THE

t r Rees &\Rees are attorneys for the '
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defendant company, an/ the case is
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t- Wa tAN's IKX1I CO.v\P f H. E. Allen to iPensacola being verm
hone Pat Brennan v of the Western stuboornlsf fought. The
i on a visit Union office herehas\ amount of tfc e 1m/or damages Is SATURDAY CVCNINO POST
' resigned his I for
position, and wnrffcave today. Mr.I Sale considerable and vie outcome is J COLLICR-5, DCUNC[ TOR iC.
( Mrs. J. C. Balden was quite 111 Blasgame will take Ir. Brennan's I watched with intere/u

yesterday. ; -, place. A considerable array of testimonyfor 10 SANITOl PRODUCTS $l.0fl

t I I both sides has been introduced,
C, L James Qf\Alton, is in town David Long ha',returned from his 1! We offer at a bargain, and the case has been an interestingone

'... on a short vlsltI /\ home at Mayo, whore be has been I,! six room cottage with so far. 1 Fill in one of the coupora from
ill for sometime, above Journals with our name
ifnd is now at bte'!modern as
Col. Frank DreV returned from regular work in the Rail-1 I conveniences, on I Hon. W. Il. )Utfey of Pine Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL
Tflorida
Tallahassee las /nttit. road office. "...1[[south Ohio avenue. Most Mount. is in the.li ity/"on business today They LABORATORY will send, with you an One order Dollar.on

desirable residence sectionof us for the ten products. (Retail
rf. C. James, of and, Is In the FOR r rW value $2.70.)
RENT
wUity -Furnished room for the If Alex. Hall of Iount, is here I
city.
aNlait you are '
to friends.
on one or two gentlemen. Close In. i today on sfaessJ\1 / --
j Pressing Phone' and lights. Address, Phone contemplating purchasinga !
$ Club, neat %06. home in Live Oak Miss Minnie Lane, of Pine Mount
work on short notice. Phone 222 [*ng today. Suwannee

J Mrs. Armstron iss up to our office and let \ ,
J Barco and
W. D. Mercer, of EllaTille. is a us show this Mrs. Rivers ofVNVellborn, is the
Messrs. Barco an Blackburn went you place.EDWARDSREALTY guest of Mrs. A. 9. Hemming.
: of the Ehe1 today, Drug
= ,cuest out to Suwannee/Sl\lugs in Chas- Company
} taln's Roe Sunda/ \ Monk Harris,
and eport a very Maim agent for
J W. H. Young, of Luraville, is in pleasant trip. the Seaboard Air yne Railway, Is In .
fthe city on business today. CO. I the city, in the iitftrest of his com

.... /" r For Dry Goods and Groceries, : pany. -
F. L. Mille 1of Sanford, was regie- quality and quantity as well as price \ ..
The
h tend at MehrtenSrStreridan Companyconcert Just ReceivedShipment
thj'EtK Pl yesterday.I guaranteed, call on Lewin
Building Room 3. /
at the 0 ra House tonight
\ d-6t R. W. PRICE & CO.Cepbus .
f
Vm. Vassle, or Alton, was among Phone No. U. will be something worth attending.Do .
not fall to hear them .
the visitors in t*U yesterday. Glllnn re./a prominent

banker of Baxley.\[a.. who has been K.1.. left this for
Clayton morning
FOR SALE-Young milch cow visiting his bro Mr. Ert McLIn,J\7ho has been
a \ n-law, R. L. Tampa,
having ben here for the of Ex-
i |, 11th calf. Apply to Sallie Reese, White for a tewdaFs/ turned to his visiting Lf'veak, Madison, Tallahassee two past
days to court. He
. East Lynn Park. home yesterday afternoon.- and other\owls in Middle Florida attn was a 4
witness in the suit the Seaboard
against
has returne !tome. lie gives a

"lUiis Llllieivist klns returned from LOST-Pair of gold frame eyeglasses good account aU these places. Air line Railwy.WANTEDTwo press Wagons. All

\ } ttt\Vel1 last night. between Baptist church &nd with a shed rooms
[ big "P" in all part
postoffice, or between pos ffice and Florida by couple with child 4 years old, .
J. D. Ttylor\jft\ Lake City, was in residence. Ocala Banner. PricesI.25to$3.75
Finder please return '.o suitable for light housekeeping. Address I
rte city yesterdLr on business. Democrat office and Box
get reward. KODOL is offered on a guarantee 118. d-lt

plan for the relief of heart burn,
L S. AlbriltoVjjf Peacock, was in Rer. C. A. IIdley left the city thia flatulence, sour stomach, belching of It doesn't rrfatter/If the weather is $

t tfce city yesterdayypn business. morning via Pena, la for Beamont. gas, nausea, and all stomach trou bad, you will not regret going out to

. Texas, where he 4es on business for bles. It digests what yOU eat. It the Auditorium ttaight to hear the
. L W. HeltV. of Helton's mill, '''several days. /le\ ill not return will make you healthy. Sold by Live two star attraction the Alkahest
*u here yestyfiiy on business. I until Tuesday neitSeek., Oak Lyceum burea
lit and Rev.J. Drug Co. novVe -< the Jtehrtens- Sheridan
O. Harris/of Lake City, will fill \ CompanyThey a'tt here under
LOST-A bunch of keys in the I the Baptist pulpit Sunday. are glad to the cases the auspices of the Library Associa
Lkvtaei* district of town. Finder s of scarlet fever \Xtbat have an tion. flat ijijK & NEWS CO.
about recovered.
)++M retire to Jack I it was ,
t. Taylor. 11.3t i Rev. C. X Ridley'is out of the in a very IIgh form| and wit:: not I About -
one alb
year Edgar Peter
tp / i city and theVjrayej meeting at the allowed to sprea *.' being I
4. )deCoo\ of McCook's Ferry, son. living at Branfora. shot and

fc fc Lire Oak' day.. on business. j, church his assistant tonlghtVwiy'be Irs. Waterbury.In the chargeof It its but first fifteen ppearan cases QiSluJsinyF e We ear it made some supposedly killed a crave nea his t i I C. r. COOK Manager
home and Owner
.5, (will be rather retesting to some evil repots of thl mattX ; but wRUe he waacarrng the
III,.Will Cokdfcread returned yes- !'to I have lad/lea got out into bird to Vie hoV it pick T him tone n I
i a .ng a mass meet the couikqr.ynd caosed .
some
unnecessary h\
y from a yftit to Gainesville. \ *" of eyes.Sirfw'tMt: time he
ing, but there will
e more than alarm. Tbpse
tfk reports were has sufferecl with\he Ambition
( I curiosity t \ There has
CUacey. ( Lancaster, was a and this morrhQfjpoc s Thomasonand "Why did she apply for a divorce!"
aj Mrs.terbury is not neither will be ocasion
*daw visitor.lot\e city yesterday.t thoroughly for Brown deeming It best, removed "She's ready to go to any length to
competent ana4 interestingas alarm
I as the infection is now almost
the eyeball He now hopes for I get into the smart set.-Houston
a teacher of the Bible entirely eradicated:
CI r. L Bi d nyteturned from Madi- J i speedy recovery I Post ,
.Hera
he Jits been on business. -
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I*i1a* l pert$orriwn.oft, \of g. Ethel uraMlle yesterday.. was a II f" Too Much Talk of Hard Times."If .



Cu.Qapf11' visitor I In the city yester- everyone would stop talking 'hard times/ and change to prosperity :| <>


Bact of Jacksonville, we would all be better off. "

his way to Talli-

THE LADIES EMPORIUMdidn't

t, Al

;'.1 1 to Chastai do so e went repair to work Day es-i for begin talking "hard times," and will not allow business to get slow.

'awe. We are doing more business than ever before. Buying better merchandise, and selling cheaper, i;

is the secret of our keeping always busy.
I\ ">r Broward
passed through
: tffi11ut night,
en route from
b8 ddby hue to Tallahassee. The ReadystoWear Department

, eer- Our Shoe Department Our Dry Goods Departmenthas

.**- | tail 5of ladles' Oxfords and done twice the business this season,
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tbe Cit1'Ofe1ll" tat received at S. J.123t. for several reasons. vizYe know bet has doubled itself in the tweh'eIS the most complete of any West
\ a 8hae and how We past In.
what buy.
: Store. ter to buy
ofto Florida. We keep new goods coming in
ts betas only I bought one garment kind in all months, because we are very careful in
. his ? Z t 8or of, the better numbers. The ladies realizethe buying the very best to be had. Styledaily.. All the newest in the

Lancaster, wasshaking numerous advantages of buying at and comfort always I considered.Ve carry leading shades, are to be foundfabrics here at
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terday,
. seal at ,h trle i'da, home, where they see the goods, have at all times a full line for ladies child- same prices as inferior grades found

,rem btf' express to pay, get perfect alterations ren and infants. Such well known elsewhere. Always in the lead, from
brands
done free of charge, at prices less than
\. Y mith, of Alachua. mail order houses. If only for the reason as Ultra "Brockport," Queen Q ua I the lowest to the highest priced dress

"p 1 alye Black, of this of keeping the money at home, should ity"Special Service," Black Cat" goods. Our remnant tables, where special -
y t day OUT THE CAT bargains abound, keep our stock always
V on a visit to be sufficient to CUT Aand R. T. Wood
tU-. LOGUL HOUSES. fresh and new.

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lnm d the track of and Quality our motto throughout -
"Quality

sf'tea r 1.ort*and morning distance passenger, this and 8 or money the entire refunded.store. Satisfaction guaranteed THE LADIES I EMPORIUM.'i I


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Alleged FOURTH Murderer TRIAL of FOR Governor POWERS.Goebel Live Oak, Perry & fiulf R. R. Co. FLORIDA RAILWAYTime


Again on TriaL Table No. 20 > .

Lexington Ky., Nov 9.-For the The Mineral Springs Route. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 1201 A. M., 1907.

fourth time Caleb Powers will
be
put
SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
on trial at Georgetown, Scott county wear socrro sun sorxos .
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Monday, for Vlleged complicity In : lW1'CUll 3.1 Glue aa&D DOWN. cnmALTan. uu n ,;
nut CUll
the a&sagsfaatlonNpb'Senator William >a taaa.I I SCAEDD'T.E I Nft No. L N, cI
No.
EFFECEI\ Frt Frt 2. I 4
Goebel Defaocranf aspirant for the rn and 1"I iPaas lpI""I"" OCT. 27, and MucdFft.Duly I YaD and I STATIONS I Maa ad,
Express 157P.s
.01IpI..I..j..I Pus Pau
governorship of Kentncky In 1900. Pau 719 s.dart D -. Daily ;
kept
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Considerable J 5 1 13 'p8M
new testimony Is expected'tP '
A'MM A.M P.M P.M P.M !A.M A.M A.M P.M p TOO a .I 4 30 p m LT.. .u.. O k-..... .--Ar.110 so a m ;;
be brought out at the comIng I STATIONS ; 720 4 44 p ra LT_ Porter.. .------.-.LY.,10, 30. m i m
trUC Po'en denies he will ask I Dwy e: Son Sue D esS..day San :; ;a t-r.1 j T407M 11I.1* p B LT. .._Lamer r. l0inam lkpr t r
S.nda ....... ._
o.y o.y Ss ony Son ran naly. only !.. a m 5 08 p ra LT. 1rU'k1aDd, --- L..1110 a ID 4.p r
a continuance of his until Gov .slam. Sifpm'Ar' WIlmartL-- -I..1000a _
case L., L Lce Lae Ln Lye i Ar .Ar A.Ar Ar -__ .._ 21'.'
1000 m S 20 p m L. WibDarth- M. f 11a fa 110
ernor-elect WHIson can take his seat. T 11 1 130 / 1 i ... .Lift oak--. .. '; 1011 5(. I isf 3 501 : : 1066 III 114 p m,LT. --SliwanRiYft'_..... .._L..j 56 alii"415 f Ir.
J. S. will 0611301 I 149 .._.Starr..... 3 2S IOU a ID S 30 p m'LT. -Nonoood- LY..sa.. 100
Judge Morris preside having i 1 51 113o i 11 : i i" p e
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11011351 f 16. 4 3. .. ._xereer.. kit 251 112 32Oelb114o'f p __ a f r
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been appointed special judge by ... \ %6 11 IS ID ICpIIIIL._ yit -" L.'j Il1a. fair
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Flab L'
r Governor Beckham. s io i1tl sa: 2 : .::.:-.La.azter : gU L St9iSl5'3: : O 28 a m)65 S p m'LT.LT. ......_....Saa Pedr-.. 'lOa.. J2 *r
11 SS a m .Sa1tRoM.L., 125.
I a .s I 1 51 e OS I to J QOI.:i ..... n.-AJ'VW..c,, P ala' .... ,:5 11 06 11' 15.',I 145\, "310 0I 1200 m C 10 p p ra LT._ .__. _.. _.__.. _.._..._ .," aIllIOO m $f,.B
t --I I 12 10 p. t IT p m..LT--- .+--- -- --ca.trlta. .L..I, p 01 a m 125,. .
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.5012 UI 1 S : C' 13$ II'I 1223UM 6 27 L .K / b3 .
-C The Golf Coast Fair. I" 104SW ... f 151015 1110 t P" p B a. III,.
e fib U 20 10 II 5 11 S 101. ....JIaro. .:... Junction.. ... 011510001133 435I2 30, I 31 p B 6 SS p n.'LT___.- _.....L..I /Sam 115 pr
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1060 226 12 SO !LT_.. iM _._Deamuk.. _. _...__.L.. 3A.
The Coast I II' I .......... 1061' 43 PIII..1 p IP -- m 6pr
Gulf Falr .
to be held at
151 I .8iJo. I. 10 119 3152 9 1 00 M p m Ar..._ -..Perry.--. -..._ .- ...' 30. m 11 /00.
I t I = ... -Tow..sni ....... : IU!
Fnniak Springs.. Fla.. next week s "mnh. 103Z
.h. a: 10 14 1 Ut Z '
from Thursday until Saturday, promises 51i I Sit .5 01 L.F, ....... ...honaaf' Jt U 1St Luraville Branch
to be the best ever held there, 10 1031 1nI t I 411 4 I I 1. '!.. Bampt.oa rTInZL: 74b I I I 25 4lI i 1 1 20 Between Luraville and Wilmarth. :

and well the time and
worth expense Rest East
|of attending, The entries in all MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. Bound. I I Bash '1 i iI
1a.I a a LT____._..._. W marth-... M !$ .. i''
classes of, farm and agricultural pro 'M'P'' P.M' 8 SO alllAr.--; .. Luranik- ..... _._ __...._ L.lf!, 115 a. ,
i :P.Pot'A.M' .P.Mj "
ducts Indicate Ihe show in that line .
Lye 'LYe' Lft, I f Ar Ar Ar Branch
Alton
will be fo extraordinary interest 12 20 ie e:_ 311;. .May: Janeti'e _, 11 3t !!: z

The program as arranged includes ::12 321010 320'' .D& .. I 11 n 4 2 221li Between Mayo and Alton.
10 IS J 21'u ... P enoa. :J 14 419 Z JJU500
beginning \Vednlsday night an entertainment to 25__3 ..ataye. .- I_'_ ii t 1i25510 I t Bon East ad. I W tBoonA

gotten up by the Board 30' \ S 40 .. .. .AJtQL.. 11 4 1 i 101A m L.-.r. .. ._ _. /iaya.- Aral 111 It
of Lady Managers; JUKI those who A.Pot P.Pot AMP.Pot, P." P.M, ....... A.M'A.M P.Pot P.M P'ID :1 Sir : miAr.-, ==:..:: .: =: = =..Alto.::-= ==::=-=::::.::=...Lv.'lltttiTrain :' 11.

have attended xrtthing of the kind D:;: ;;:S.n :'Ss. );; Pun-i PI;:;Sun un D u D uSua scbeduVrd to correct with Scabctrd Air Lire nt kure and Atlantic Coat Line myth '
at DeFunlak. knewthat, the talent i Ctln tOnly Only Son Only SliD 011 y l\1y b u. liD board at Live Oak. For information refardirg rates *cb ,- --- T, P. AL6TON,SaprnoteRdcnt. __ F P. W'oobWAKO,G.F.4 P.A
there Insures something worth seeIng J 9 5 1 13 2 12 14 16 4 8 i
f ; 7\\ : I

On Thursday the candidates for Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic i;
Congress. 'Senator, Governor and the Coat Line trains. For further information as to schedules and conrecticns

other State*oQcersy/ have been invited call on any ticket agent. |
to be j esent' and speak on the i J. LEE KNSICX l'm-idc.-nt. P.. P. HOPKINS. Traffic )I.nager'i Can You Write a Ghost Story?

issues that ye be re the people, and
!
eno o em h ye already accepted .

to it c tain that the oc- No doubt you know one you have been telling -

caslon ,ore than ordinary liha 5'00ff fn lihaCompart'oJon'' for years. We will give a

Interest. CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor
.,On F day\ryl Saturday mornings
e'A cultu 1 Station staff ofspeaker the best Ghost Story written by youngor

are t 3 conduct an institute, old, male or female.

speak on Objects of Interest to The only condition is that each contestant

the far er is section. r send Cents for
n Bye Fifty a years subscriptionto
On Fiday tt'nova the horses en-
THE SOUTHERN CYCLONEa monthly
%I kr the rivmg classes will be 1

jade d. and t rerwlll be a military publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. I

drill to cup offered by the The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot; fit

Association.On has a will of its own, and stands on a plat- 1 '

Satur a Afternoon there will form unique in policy and principle. The '
be the old fasfcUmed fiddler rontests
'S first number will appearNOVEMBER "
for premiums o! }15 and $10"respectively

open to all old fashioned fiddlers FIRST t

and lover of that class of Write Oil one side of paper only; story not f.

music that makes the toes tingle can to exceed words
1,000 ; contest will close F
not afford to mist It.

The railroads have made a rate off FEBRUARY, 15th J903.

one fare plus 25 cents for the round Particular people whose pride and name and and winner will be announced in the March I

; trip, and tickets are /m sale from the number. Send in I
pride in product goes into their stationery have your subscription at once.
19th, good returning until the 25th. I 9

preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for I THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE
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Letter from Yank Clark.I ,
over fifteen years.
Rev. C. A. Ridley has Just recelv-, Drawer 30 Live Oak Fla'

I ed the following letter from Hon. I Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care-

Frank Clark ft Gainesville, which ':; ful methods that make for firmness and perminance are

i' "Dr.Is self-explanarory C. A. Ridley, :Secretary Board of still used in making (()(Up) ( (<5))[}' I Jm((5'H fflfi[ )) Its beau- MIMHM . IM 11 MM III . . . .L.O..IUI.

F Trade Ltv Oak Fla. tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness and erac- ,

f. "My Dear Uoctor:-Your highly ing qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the deluxe I SEABOARD'Airline

esteemed commm Icatlon of the 2nd and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. -

,t instant, tendering\ie the very kind Write your letters so that they will compel a read-
invitation of the Live Oak Board of them 1
I ing-write on
Trade to address Uiat body at sometime Railway. 1 1i


received.during the / present. month, I @ @ !JP@OO[ OO@ [Q) .

"I note that I im to name the i Savannah! Columbia, Camden Southern Pines,

time and select ray own subject. It to strengthen their appeal andto reflect the standing I Raleigh, RIchmondVashington, Baltimore,
Is uttrely impossible for me to fix the I
yourhouse frd/A\n i fllpD/fflfMl/ fpifffifVlllrrt( costs Philadelphia and New York.
f time just now, but! I accept the kind ;
+ no more than vj _i iy/lr iy//\|/ ] lSvyjJHother! ) | ( I -- --- -- --
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Invitation grelt -- -- -- -
with pleasure, and
I good bond papers-but no other bond will
poper serve
hope in a very few days to advise you I
I you as well- : TWO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY
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of the time when l .can be .with you. ,

With very best wishes, and again i
1 < Th- COUPON BOND book showing American Writing Paper Co. i
: thanking the Boar; of Trade for the I carious weights-fln ho and color I Seaboard
and bow finely the paper priatawill t* Express Seaboard Mail
distinguished compliment pall me. I Sent you with the nameof m local printer Largest Manufacturer of the ('om- I
sincerely or stationer who can supply you-If menial
am, Yours Paper in the World.
you wUl.wm*as on your business let --
"FRANK CLARK" ,terh 29 MIlls. HLYK C, MASS. --

1 Modern : Pullman : Equipment. e .

Always Was Sick. I I
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JII l When a man says he always was I I \o cep mc.I '(start a moustache for me" -

sick lasted-troubled all winter-what with a cough would that yon I Mrs Jiggers-.We talent. is PO i "I can' t do\ 1- sir" said the bar- ::1 The Jamestown Exposition Line
ber
often mistaken fort nius.Mr. I Til let j ur upper lip alone I
think if he should say-he never was' .\vs the i but '
Japgers-It al is. by jou'll have/o'-etart. the blooming NORFOLI VA.
sick since useing Ballard's Bore ,
i man who has it.-Cleveland Leader I moustache yourself sir"Chicago ,
hound Syrup. Such a man exists. I Tribune. Excursion:
I Tickets on Sale Daily
Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado, \VSCJ" H/ Duln't. i _

: writes: "For years I was trouble. i irt II teSjiging clerk -But I iI
Emplot'r Prompt .\atiwt'r. For full information
and
with a severe: cough that would last rfltaroer like that of Sleeper reservations cal! fin anyagett
I'I'f Edo i you always t visitor Seaboard or 'rite.
f all winter. This cough left me in a Applicant-jp-n-n- wx sir, only w-wiwhen I j t'Mopbis'h<;ate< (trying to
miserable condition. I tried Ballard's I I'j I t-talk.-Sourirt' :, aye the telepVj ) Kitty what do S. C. EOYLSTON, Jp., Asst. Gent. Pass. At-t Jacksonville.III. roiI ;

j I you say when jfclSjake this thing I II I I I I I 1 -
off
Horehound Syrup and have not :the nook? / X. i L I J I I I I I I I I I : T I I J I I I t t '
i A Mean Ilenurk.Achilles
s. had a sick day since. That's what it I Uttle Giirf-Papa\Uays '
. \\aXa] rotating his vulnerable says,
did for me. Sold by Suwannee Dru; I heel Nf "Darn. youA>ntral you're given me'the i'

t Co. nov-dw "But. they anerXd. "What is the buneM.es wren. inniber"-Chicago! Tn ltd ersise !!
Advertise
need of $ho injc it uS the enemy"Herewith
.444'ltut 'f'oo Qt't. It' h4 hastily changed thesubject.New :

Rich Patient Ws lingering disease York Son Making hay.GilesBimbet I. t

r seems like \loud upon my JideUtly Have '
expects to you anything to sell? Do want to buy? If
\iK you
'bolelire. / theziiiotent."Needn't i\ in lover the "'t ot :his days
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Doctor-Oh, ell: c fceer up; every sIfTR' mr upper lip this ; -Bf'CJ.uJ.: .. .! t Have you "lost"' or "found" anything? l!.""

cloud has Its jrtlver HniV. you Know time." said Arlh hKXas he took h.s (. 3 He m. rled a widow'

Toledo Blade. J:seat In the barker's chair 'You may ",..t'etChfcago News.crass If An X in the Daily will meet your deraeods. II



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advertise. If you have

\ something to sell.sssaB ; if you .
: want to buy something;

or if you have a bargain,
now is the best time to :
make it known. Don't '

fail to see about your ad= :

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{ -THE PENSION RUSH. pearance. Nothing In it./jStorrs may f-f-f--f-f-f. $-$-SfSiConfidence
LIVE
OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT
be short on pulchritudV, but he's
The rush for pensions under the
r long\ brains and oftaracter and
Published every Afternoon new State law still continues at Talla-
executiVe ability, andnve have yet to
Except Sunday. hassee. We used to be mighty handy
\ learn thaVpulchritale Is necessary
with our criticism of the working of a
or even valuable jfart of the equip t
the Federal pension law and the
CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and ment of John
M'j'r. a ropy governor
ever-increasing host of veterans seek- Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for
.. Sharp William fof'Mlsslssippi, is one
ing to snuggle up under Its broad F the ardor with which we are pushing '
I
I of the in
very fyrenapst public men f
Entered at tIe 'rosioffice.. Live Oak, folds; but now that our turn baa I .' ,
Florida., as Second Class Mail Matter come in a small way we discover that this country a maWof immense Incalculable -

November 7. 1905. human nature is pretty much the yfillty to Ahe South in j The First National Bank

same in all parts of the country and, these orafnous times, and Storrs t f fT
could almost
when the law permits it. all of us, set up for a beauty

THE LIVE Oil PUBLISHING COMPANY. rich and poor alike, go for the alosgsi of him Likewise there are Every safeguard i is thrown around National Banks. ,r ,

pensions down here with the same others, many others. T They are frequently inspected by agents of the Controller '

enthusiastic zeal with which they of Currency and are called on to make
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be ,

mailed to any part of the United Sam's have been pension crowding crib in up Washington.J. to Uncle. The:\other\of its day St.in Louis Atlanta GlOb s;Correspond sworn statements to him five times each year, hence:11. 1-_

States pastage prepaid, for $5.00 -Demo-l I
H. Reese writes as follows from crat caught Joel C'aandle/ I they are under the direct supervision of the Nation

1 per$1.25 year for;three$2.50 months for six, or months 50 cents; Tallahassee to the Pensacola Jour- (I-cle Reituis) In a come/ where he I i al Government, and its the staongest on earth .I t' '

for five weeks, in advance. Delivered nal about the pension status at the cc Jldn't help imsaif and.)ctually gota r .
:. interview oat of In that In- Safest Banking j
to any part of the city by State capitol: hiity

carrier. for 10 cents per week.* "The work in the pension depart- tc:view Uncle ReVus a&d a whole lot I Best Methods, "

ment continues to flood that office beyond of interesting thVcfi. but' nothing t I for Up-to-date Service, T..I*$

Editor BO nger' excellent Ocala the blUty of the force to keep : better than this: \ Liberal Treatment. ,,*

Star has beenVnlarged and changedto up with It.\ Tnder the act of the last "The most importartt conviction of l I Conservative Methods. ".,Ti

an eisht-pagwTfiaper to meet In- legislature, one clerk was allowed to my life was whenf I c3v\e fully to T

creasing patrop ge\nd looks decid- look after the rtocrease oft> pension realize that a jfersonal providence 1 I Always use the National Banks. They have pros 'j

for papers anticipate\by the aot, but although watched over K from dajri to day. i -
edly better the change. I pered in greater numbers than all other banking in- .
several ass Utants lave been With me it is/bo longer a belief, buta !
stitutions.
>
called in to help wi\h the Jork, the fact. I have been on the brkik of I -
The \ourist season Is near a hand, Watch us our profits are now as .
large
accumulation is such\ thseveral ruin many jimes and God has aryavs grow, as

our ne new hotel will soon t>4 readyto months will. be requited pass on rescued mThat's /" St our capital was at our beginning. .
rive guests, and It is high time f
those thus-vfar receivedand each A lay sermon in a few words
that wV were doing something in the
mail brings tdiUwrialpplications.. that wo d make this old world with I
publicitV line to let th* tourists FIRST NATIONAL BANKt
Under the newvJaw, the number and I all its roblems, large and small, a
know that. Live Oak Is ,6n the map
amount of mone\ of pensioners and much / etter place to live in than It la I
and is a Candidate Ifr their pat-
pensions will be sore Cian doubled, if all!men would believe it.
ronage. Thete is no good reason why Live Oak Florida. _
and the additional\tax levy, permit- ,
this city shouldn't Each out for a
toVlsU ting a limit of fourimijs, will in all 1 THINGS TO FORGET.If .
share of the traffic. We will -"
likelihood be Inadequate to meet the $--$-$- -$-
be prepared to gfi them thoroughly ,.... you see a tall fellow ahead of a -t-S-S-t-t-t-t-t-H -1
.
demand. .Yet this, is I a question crowd, a
comfortable quarts this winter, and .
which the iiez.L,1 ew tnonths will
A leader of men "inarching fearless
the next number 0 \the program is <
factVo determine with such d finiteness as and proud, V VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT
to advertise tlfet them. But
.
to settle the pension matter, for it is And know of ta\e whose
you a mere
if we d l o/n for touffcts, we must
take the Yin.from St. Ai> gustlne and hardly probably that any further telling aloud \ DOWLING PARK

clean the/town so thoroughly thatit amendment will be made to the pension Would cause hIs proud head to in
law in the sense of making it 1
anguish be bowed
will br beyond criticism, people
f4 any more liberal. In this connection It's -WAT DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER
-} who b barfe money to come to Florida a o forget it. .

"as'wl/ter guests are of the fastidious there is one fact which will assist in If you prett\R3d on bidden Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages
cIa'i solving the problem. The returns fIn ,
and they will not stop in adlrty
., from a majority of the counties indicate closet /
a and warded, an kept '
tqivn if they find a clean one. HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEOS. RUWflWa
that there will be more of an from the da* WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND

increase in taxable values than the In the\iark; and whose showing, PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS ETC
The other out in California
day comptroller estimated. He placed whoSe sudde .dlspla RATES REASONABLE 17 FROM LIVE OAK LIVEOAKPEffRY .
Federal Judge Wellborn surprisedthe II &GuLP CONNECTION AT UVCOAK WITH AU.TIAW
the estimate at a total of $145,000- Would cau Brie and jorrow and /
country and brought dismay to a
000, and it looks now as if the figure lifelong dismay i iIt's
great corporation by imposing a fine I PflRK HOTEL DOWNING PflRK. FLORIDR.
would reach, perhaps go beyond, i a pretty good p (n to forget It. I ADDRESS LIVE OAK
of nearly one-third of a million dol-
$150,000,000"That I If you know of a tlpng that will
la upon the Santa Fe Railway com-
darken the joy
panyVis a penalty for the popular
coming-out convention at I That will wipe out.a smile, or the I nun i in M 1111 mi i ii mini '"
rallro crime of rebating. The
per-
OcalaVn
Thursday promises to be a least way annoyA

sonaiiWthis\ California Landis is big suobess. The affair ha!\'Wn ar- I fellow, or cause any gladness to : : 19071 THE I 1907 :
Interesting
d is another illustration W '
ranged the benefit of Candidates I cloy
of the fact \t /genuine Confed-
you for Stat\ offices, including that of i It's a pretty good plan t forget It.
Crescent
erate veteran \n g nerally be relied United Stiles_ senator af\l representatives -Selected.lOL.1JfOI9ETr Pharmacy,
on to get tot ont> and do the .
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in C gress. Th ey are invitedto '
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right 4 ing any re you put him. presen\ M
be and their
mall comingout I LIVE OAK FLORIDA.
,
Judge or o has long been ,
speeche announcing their candidacy !AR
famousn Califo la for his great
and fly their platforms .. .. .
I : ,
ttll faff
r .r. A'o
ability arid learnl and force of drkf npiairttn : The
This k\ a convention is ; Prescription Drug Store.
character IB a C federate veteran
unique in our pwttics and is the Invention -
and a nativk of rgia. He was a of EdltoAlarris, of the Ocala .t mm i ii nn im n .

member of tie nth Georgia Ca\- Banner. '.
If tile periment Thurs- a
al Ibd was, w un ed at the battle of .
) day is a succ/ss, doubtless. we shall Useful Gifts ---
Chicks ga Hen surrendered with. have such cdmentioA as regular I

the comman >f Gen. Joseph Wheeler features e fry two yekrs hereafter I It makes no(lit-I f 'rr It makes no difference

baring reaches the grade of ft'rfnre w b
The
prospects are for a large attend- whose
for the bride rsweet-
!
brevet colonel in the service Judge blankourdlt'
of doc
ance candidates and thev partisansat blank your
Wellborn came to California in 1887 the convention ThursdaV. and the i heart or relative. You torwritesonr torwritf'lYOIlI' '\

{ and was appointed to the Federal occasion will be full of interest. will find in the house of prescription on prescription Oft

bench by President Cleveland in we can fill them
has prepared a warm welcom for all, I I weranfillthrmWhere
t; 1895., He served four terms In Congress and ample police protection 4 against I J. D. RADFORD, : : correctly. ( C 1IU' 'frrt'dlf
I
from the Dallas (Texas) district ture
pre campaign
argumen; of --- fI
of
being a member of the Forty- an ad hominem or otherwise threatening an array gift-giv-

sixth, Forty-seventh Forty-eighth character ing goods, not only

and Forty-ninth congresses. t beautiful but useful.

The Tampa Tribune protests No matter which *
I ',i i| The initial number of the SQU'th. against too many nomination/ for : You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly Filled at
turn
way you some-
era. Cyclone, an eight-page monthly Governor. and says that Uca idates, Reasonable Prices.

(. :c pub shed in this city, has been receive like poets, should be born n l made." I thing confronts you Let os tin your prescriptions and sell your drug More anick W, a eamD
I that will be + line of fresh and reliable carry
I us your order.
> Prompt and reliable ttentun.
::1? vim aVd vigor in free Unce style they wete born fort job, they DIAMOND i HONE
LOCKETS No 22O
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I r and has mission, state f as follows., must come out from thT herd and be
;
"Our Vandamental purpose is to tried in the fiAr} crucibfe of criticism, BRACELETSAND : The Crescent Pharmacy

; amelioratX the conditions surroundIng and the candidate m/st pass much i ,

child lYbor treatment of the same ordea T ere is no way BROACHES, : : '- LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. '

dumb anlmaJs. to aitin the further- to dodge either \jeftheni have their all of the latest design. I -

ance of whlclftpurpode we, have organ- Inning. Vox PopuKis waiting for t P. S.-Use "Fletcher's 66" for Chills and Fever. No Cure, No Pay ;

ized the SoutVrn Legal Adjustment both and licking hjstiungr} chops in I Watch repairing done by :
.1 "
Company, to perfected and readyfor anticipation. Jler'nl l do a plenty to Workman. "
an Expert : : ::
operation sdpe time next year. them Candidates aro e no resent- ----
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. form, and ask t o-operation of all gentle commiseration, for we see in | J. D. RADFORD jj i

good people in/thn dissemination of advance of he fact tneir poor I I I --PA1Lr11 TICKETS{ ; g

J truths that may germinate ami grow pathetic littl/bones whitening on the LIVE OAK FLA.

. for the common goo \ We are young ironboundoast of politics.\mute i

_!'t" in Journallsr/ and *ould ask that memorials defeated hopes, bnpken tItI.tII,4414-4fl It-L+n .U 4 to'L e Oak to Dow ling Park on sale daily H
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our older br thren be\not too harsh hearts and blasted ambitions. M>tiny at rate of 50 cents round trip vith I i

N Ta in their crt clsms, but to cover our are called but few are chosen, and .1 Minimum of ten fares. Call on ,:111 t_

many faulti and shot omlngs, as no logiCjbn earth but the cold figuresof Beautiful Line I /''J 1'1111'' letAgenl Phone 152 for I

I1 1 touch as Is Consistent witk their religion the flection returns can ever con- I +i+++-+++4
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with /he sweet mantte of char- vince the former that they were not New hand-painted China suitable I ,

I ity. Perhaps you would lib,\ to know.,, predestined to be the latter. for wedding and Christmas pres -----=---
something of the personnel our ents. !
.
a force. A. Crawford, a\\young The State press is saying many nice Skirts chilnden's ooats hats I A+'

1 stenographer, is business manger: things about Editor Storrs, of De- dress goods and laces a specialty., I J \AlE SELL NOTHING EXCEPT

S. B. \yilson, a disciple of Blackstone Funiak, as a' eapdtdate for Governor I Standard patterns, fashion I i Health and Accident

and Story, is editor. Our cartoonistis and even the PutHfl Gorda Herald, I sheets given away each month. : Insurance.

I yet/n the making, but will probably I first, last and all the title for General Ladies' and children's under AnnH].Semi-Annual.Quarterly or Monthly Premium'.

Arrive about Christmas, when i Gilchrist can" find nothing worse to wear. New line corsets. Pins & IVkEWEN, General Agents, LIVE OAK, fLA.

i Sant Claus gets busy with the stock- say about tn'e DeFunlak han than I P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in North Florida.
MRS. C. W. BACHE
in his personal Prop. .
that he is "pmary" ap-
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fOG ri1 always have health. What Is more to a man
\bAD good h & money In the world can't make
m e where health Is unknown, Ballard's Snow Liniment

.ij Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Neuralgia,
, ; RES Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, Lam
t. Back and all the Ills that Flesh Is Heir to.


: One Who Knows.
The Standard
Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy

I. (}, Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. Writes I cannot College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for
too highly praise your Bollard's Snow Liniment for all graduates.
'- the rellaf of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend yourBallara's
SCHOLARSHIPS
Horehound Syrup for coughs and cold.t &.
These used together defy all pain.

BET THB GENUINE. Three Size 25c, SOc, $1.00
and
$40, $50, $75 $90


Ballard Snow Liniment Co.


500-502 North Second Street,
WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE AND SPECIAL CIRCULARS.

ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.

SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE.Corner .


Ohio Avenue and Conner Street
;, Sold and Recommended by

L. ,I. 1IVTTOX, G. 8. STEPHENS .
Suwannee Drug Company. LIVE OAK F
President and Proprietor. Principal.

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i uE BROOME Twenty Texas Milling Coni]>anies. ,
.
TTn'aoury: Pinched.Austin
.LYI. Austin, Tex.. Nov 9.-An anti. I -
-- Ttex., Npv 9.The refusal: !
trust suit was" filed this afternoon by
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. the attorney general in the district : of"the state lepository bank$ to supply Now is the Time to Visit the
neces\ar the I
the cash
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LIVE OAK. : FWRIDA. hasiorced
against the 120 Texas milling companies state treasureKto of

n tncbet U aQ thf court of the State. Scgam alleged\ be in Conspiracy in
y w.e.. to Conveycncea. CultectiwnAQ state warrants,'*11 the Available cash
; Ian Cis biuineu promptly attend- restraint of the trade The state Vhe
.... in the hands of t /surer having Jamestown
,
claims that the de endant companies1 I Exposition
Kami PUBUC STATE AT LARGE.kDR. become exhausted f _._ have violated both \he lS99 and the c
has deposit
-- -- depositories the st p on
1903 acts and askj f?r penalties sVured
$1.504,637, anipb b% approved
v J. W. WEST against each deferfdantffn the sum of. st'Curitlf'l'andrsonal bonds I IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
,
for tliV alles d violation of I
Physician and Surgeon. $75,00 Several of the auks iVve offered tofurnish
the act 6f 1899 ands 56..J50 for violations exchange I
for the mounts deposited -
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O&K: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. of ingjtt ot! 903 The state \ I The War Path Air Naval
byt,rite treasurer. ut declare :=: Ship, :=: Display,
Residency at Ethel Hotel.RMOOa.Ma.16g. I also asks for jud!nent of the forfeiture they cannot supply the actual cash I I

of the charter rights and

i Ir Met N.*.23 or 138.Cm I francHses of each domestic corporation lie Charitable II will interest and instruct you. Do not "" '

&..(6arcl.v4 Groover NOJ l&
and cancelling the permit to each
foreign corporation and for an injunction to your horses as well as to vourself II fail to go at once. For beautifully illus- it

: You need not suffer from pains of : trated folder
defendants containing discrip-
t111uL F. E.THOUASON perpetuall enjoining the maps,

from transacting any further I any IOrt-your hone need not suffer. I i tive matter list of hotels etc. write to
& THOMASON ,
B SOWN business in the state. Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment i

It cures all pains J. M Roberts '

Bakersfield, Mo, writes: "I
rirsiaANs& & SURGEONS A llanl IM>t to Pay. II FRANK C. BOYLSTON
have used jour Liniment for ten : ,
"I owe a debt of gratitude that cannever '
I years and find it to be the best I' I
-au. I i : ILORIDA. be paid off," writes G S. Clark, have fiver used for man or beast I'
District Pass. Agent Jacksonville Fla.
"for rescue ,
t of Westfield, Iowa my
Co
Sold by Suwannee Drug
from death, bv Dr. King's New Discover nO'-d"1
L \. CILIIVFOItD,
)'. Both lungs were so seriously Killed fVa guart''. I .
I i
jtfTMJC STENOGRAPHER, affected that death seemed Imminent -: (Brook Aille .\rgus. I I| ATLANTIC COAST LINE

Office when I commenced taking New i I ,
; Upstairs,
lOne 1 negro killed another at \\ iscon -
Discover The ominous dry, hack nij
: fltlariis Bank Building | bottle on the nieht of October 2 6 over
ing cough quit before the first
WY 25 rests, the&ut killing the his- THE SHORT THROUGH
; -:- FLORIDA. was used, and two more bottles madea "" CAR LINE.
tory of 11'Iscon.George i b
complete cure Nothing has ever

\ equaled New Discover: for coughs Greene'folon'd. wa fatal- ;:: : 11:1: j!:;: ; jII--: !.!!: I II rT!! j : IU

T J. LYLEPractical and lung complaints ly shot In .. negro ,- -- .. .. j
all throat
colds and J 1
Guaranteed. ,o> Barclay &". January .\dams./ It is said that negroes Vyt an Alliint)'. Cured of .right's DisraM.

Groover druggist. SOC and $1.&oiJ. were gambling in a shanty on Maria.. 1 aav :f"; well tell I you firstas Mr Robert O. Burke I Inora. NV ,

KB AND JEWELERS Trial bottle free nov-Jw the place and .one of them owed last 1 have a ,. writes: Before I started to use
Greene* 25 c nta. which he ,.
year's experience I George .\n affluent friend omiug to dinner Foley Kidney Cure I had to get up
: lI t, The man whoowed
there to
went t <<
stWatchesalways Any man wo djet boiling n ad if toda\ t1'f atcbt'r Xanter soak from twelve to twenty tines a night
on hand.FOLEY'S him to the debt;
refusal pay
his wife kept hUin. boiling grater me like that lef Woman, you are and I was all bloated up with dropsy
'
i Adams paid same. Afterwards -
then
all the time. f too sudden."-\\nlagtoa Herald. and my eyesight was so impaired I
.? several he* word were pasted ,
could scarcely see one of Bay family
Greeoe fend Adams Ada_,
De\Vitt's CarbolUed Witch Basel between i Best remedy for mothers to Ute is across the room. I had gives up .
later in the night, about 2 o'clock,
Salve u healing and soothing. Good Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It hope of living when a friend recommended 1
shot Greene in the head. :
or piles Sold b>' Live Oak Dragpoxervitl met and tastes nearly as good its maple agar, Foley's Kidney Cure One 5<> 1
had threatened his life and
('ollljlany., 80.-d Greene it contains no opiates. Sold by Live cent bottle worked wonders and be- ,!
Veene) was determined
said that he ( Oak Drug Co. DOV-d fore I had taken the third bottle the

I Theut.MistressiVy to kill ttmdams> that I I 'I drops had gone as well as all other
fed been drinking;
Greene
night About the sao t miserable being lathe symptoms of Brl kt'* disease." CIty
... BfMget. it seemsto He did not pw immediately bat I .
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world who is afraid Pharmacv -{%
me. you waMry large wages was taken to1.. house on
his fellows that he caaaot
Su.1
'Ili8 original for one who has *jul so little experience and lived untie Friday. 3 o'(} be trusted 1.:5: When a woman knows she has

:::::; / \ m., and was buried Saturdav Adams
pretty feet it is antonishing how confident -
::::::: t cough remedy Bridget-SuA mud ain't it harder is in jail at BrpokartllePneumonia 1 The Postmaster of Gaaconado. Mo. :
she is thai tip watching
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for
me I: Daniel A Bngh. says "I caaaot say as she crosses tn\street.
S. throat Old
and Follows
lung Life a
I too much fur your Kidney & Bladder
K-alcohol. .
but never follows the use of Foley'sHomey I "
etlbody Sold every where. 1111s. I feel like a new man. De- ranting 1'ruve fugalMany
at Gettysburg.David ; 1! It the cough
,I the lungs ant I I men and women catch colds
Y, heals and strengthen
ROKEY Parker of Fa>ette. N sold by Live Oak Drug Co. aocdManhood
:+ and TA R is is Pharmacy at dances which terminate la pneumonia -

la i e-R : substitutes. who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes: prevents pneumonia City j jI ...., I
aoV >4I and consumption. After exposure -
a. "wed Bitters have done me more is sotething that
only by Electric: I I } always if Foley Honey and Tar is
Cemp.ny took.
Chlcage. I good than any medicine I ever shines the el fcrest through the ,
it will break cold and
CrushedJProfevor I taken up a no
several I had stomach clouds of defeat, \
For
fears
i, from his club serious results need be feared. Refuse -
(
'- Food and Drug Law ; trouble and paid out much money coming
until holding uiMriumphantlv his umbrella any but the genuine in a yellow
d to announce that : for medicine to little purpose Take some good reliable and safe .
Bitters. I I to his wTV)jjfou see. my d..ar'I package.We

Tar for coughs, : I began taking Electric: what they I!Alma, how. stu>W are all the anecdotes -1 digestant like KODOL for dyspepsia have secured the agency for
imables for
U not i would not take $500
affect-
I about \jbsentmindedne s; KODOL is the best remedy known today Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the new
tonic tot
{ tJ Grand
Pure Food and ;.have done for me. weaknesses. you see I bay 't fb gotten my umbrella 1 for heart burn belching! and alt laxative that makes the liver lively.

A' :contains no opiates I the aged and for female builder / 'troubles arising from a disordered i I purifies the breath, cures headache .
drags and body :
a and we re- j' Great alterative back and weak Mrs. Pro f.sor-But. iHy dear. :ou digestion It U pleasant to take and and regulates the digestive organs.

safe remedy fort sure cure for lame Barclay & : didn't take f}our umbrella lth you affords relief promptly Sold by I Cures chronic constipation Ask us
by
City Phar- I kidneys. Guaranteed nov-dw you left It at home.-Illustrated Bit. Live tak Drug Co, noy' ,about it City Pharmacy dw. t
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}f\D. Vice-President ARNOLD P. : y
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"r Lumber, Shingles! Ice, Electric Lights, Ii E Ei I 4 WINTER IS COniNG! !


i i Electric Lights Power i in any and part Turpentine.of the city furnished for j:! H HOlY ARE YOU fiXED mR [CLOTHIN l g .

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Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- bought a better line of clothing for Men
., cial attention, and all orders promptly filled. J I = "y Young Men and boys, than ever before. All the latest
We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and I zr shades of browns, grays and mixed.

floorine. *Come and -get our prices. I.{I I Do you believe in Physical Culture? Then 'let us
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Auctioneering of all and everything any tax payer shall pay during the I
J at the Auction House of-R. W. month of December, shall be al}o \ed ;I
Price & Co., every Saturday. If you a discount therefrom of one per E --_ i The Lawrences' Model Made Clothing.
.' want it, we have it, and at your own centum thereof. I I i i
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r. Saturday and see. of the additions; aforesaid, tie regarded I, We have a strong line of Youths and Boys suits,
. "'t\. d16t. R. W. PRICE & CO. as paid on the last.day of the : f] ; made good and strong for wear.
I. month in which it is paid. n '
Notice. J. N MEEKS. 3; f) Take a look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they art
Tax Collector Suwannee County. Fla :
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In Accordance to Section 41, of ; :.. ;... .. COME IN YOU.
. Chapter 5596, of the Laws of Flor A. W. Pope', the effle-ot fcrceaiof W ; AND LET US SHOW
ida, I hereby give notice that the linotype department of,the emo- .
Tax Books are now open for collec- crat office, returned home Sunday, :
tion of taxes for the year A. D. 1907 after spending A V week's vaeaUoi S. J. WHITE GENTSFURNISHER
The law provides that any tax payer pleasantly in Sohta.Florlda. He had
who\ shall pay taxes during the to cut his.vacation\hort on,accountof .
I month of November, shall be allowed work croifdlng up.\He visited the 9
by the Tax Collector, a discount offices of )Cc.k.loDt1l1e,\ Augustine,
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