Live Oak daily Democrat
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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 13, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00178
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of the Proceeds
j One-Seventh the Seco d Congressional District -
Balance to Wife andOifldren
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; -The Congressman's Friends
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..rkTannah. Ga., Nov. 13.-The will ,4'4r'> l.' YNt'G" '' rt h *"If' 1 i f I Tampa, rta., i' ov. 13.-Hon. ,

jy d the late Ji H. Estill, filed for pro- 1 I Stephen M. Sp\rkman, who has been

\ yesterday, makes the widow the an important fVctor in the figuring

_..! beneficiary. Mrs. Estill re- of the several candidates for the

;'0ln* a beautiful, residence at Isle United States s atorshlp, is removed

1-ffHop tBd an Of the testator's per- from their cal/ulations by the positive -

1> uA statemen/ made by Mr. Spark-

Ing News, It is directed ; '! man yesterdai that he will not be a

isU 'be leL One-seventh of the # l 1; rpct's | candidate for the higher house of the

} w go to F. G. Bell, bushg ; ,, ? national cong ss, but will be a can-

the paper. ToOrhiage didate for re-elaction to the house ofrepresentativesrom

f is left $5,000, the First districtof

a f email bequests are Florida. / /

e due of the estate iso Mr. Spark an has been impor-

ato Axths, equal parts going --- tuned by mafcy influential citizens to
fldow and five sons. The become a ca didate for the senator-

rt f fir of the sons are to be ship, but afte mature Consideration

i III true for them by the Citizens' of the subject land a very general

' 'y. IhtfcfttWrnbank. demand that he remain to continuehis
Hey, diddle diddle: tne cit and the fiddl,
I J, r, RaTenei and Mrs. Estill areI' The cow jumped over the moon. excellent service in the lower

(t!ttoftccntori of the estate and t Cut remarked tt the dig and the dish down below house, he has! decided it to be his

x rINd today. "I'll. be back on the ground pretty soon!" duty to remain in the house and keepup

I'. ;:.1lYorning News will be sold -Johnson in P/tiUde'phia: North American. the work fOc-his district. _
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-ttM,< J \1' CUTS HIS 'THROAT lion. John S. Heard, in Live Oak. I MIS. BRYAN TALKS STOCKTON A CANDIDATE.J. .

Hon. John S. Beard, of Pensacola, i e
1n. frank Clark Coming.i N. C., of Jacksonville, Announces
v And Ends a Life H6 Was Timl Of- was in the city this morning on his And Suggests Some Remedies for

11 h i remembered that yester- Body Found X ar Jacksonville.TimVMJnion. j way to Ocala to attend the comingout Current FAils.Milwaukee. That He Will Run for
Governor.John .
i Democrat contained a letter ( .) I j I convention there tomorrow! and Wis., Nov. 11.-rWIlLliam -

ti I Boa. Frank Clark, addressed to I while waiting for the feouth' Apparently tireddf life and having' vijle. yesterday announced himself as
etentry of our Board of Trade, Coast Line train, was a pleasant caller !J a banquet on the twenty-first anniversary -
few, if any friends in this land > a candidate for the office of Governor
i\9 accepted their invitation 0'1' at the Democrat office. Mr. Beardis I of the Jefferson club to-
Shuto, a Japanese, left the city Sun- of Florida.Mr. .
Uri Oak and make an ad- a man of striking appearance; he night. Covers were laid for over 500
day night for CallThan, and after Stockton was one of the defeated -
ied promised to furnish the looks distinguished and would attract guests Mr Bryan responded to the
aid alighting from th/train at the place, candidates for the United
ab earning at an early day. attention in any company, and his toast Democracy."
walked several h ndred yards down' States senate before the primaries of
asu pr gratitude upon the I conversation fully sustains the favorable He condemned the national incor-
of the track and cut Vis throat from ear 1904, and since that time he has
ear pie to have this dis- 'I imp ssion his appearance poration of railroads, as proposed by I
to ear, the wound \using death. He t claimed to be out of politics. :Now,
__ teat man come among makes. Mor than six feet high, well iproportioned. i President Roosevelt saying that such
was found dead erday morning. I at the "earnest solicitation of ;
vest ye
tr { an'we hope the 'Ith t'an-shavt'n. resolute I! a"plan' was in the Interests of railroads -
The Jap had carefully planned his friends," he is going to enter the
of death, which was /lalnly shown by political arena for the governorship
t _ft fo/t first" on that and piercing bnswi eyes he looks Federal regulation. but escape i from
the surroundings the body was 'I In announcing his candidacy he is
m e t a time of much vpere like a statevnftm; ; id if he gets to State regulation.
found. His IIgh /tan overcoat had quoted as saying to a reporter:
llMncr e ways than one.t I the United sVtes eon ate, people in He favored the enforcement of the
been placed on vie ground, his collar : "I have had the matter of becom-
t |p general Interest, the gallWies- art sue to pick him out criminal laws against the trusts and
1 emoted and upon ing a candidate for the governorshipunder
g crowd to hear that and 1 and Bear\ \s is well known the enactment of newt laws, one of '.
the overcoat the briental had cast consideration for some considerable -
> r etr-5 ready to under- Mr t ndidate for the which is known as the license system,
befote committing his time. I have been repeatedly -
himself just
I that ft will be a message Senate to succeed Senator Mallory, to be applied to corporations when
his black derby I might say urged, in private
rash act. Nearby
Urtnw laden with much infer fas and he is sanguine of election He they control as much as 25 per cent
letters written me by friends and i
larger hat the State thoroughlyand of the total in
hope and a bet- will canvass output their respectivelines.
The suppositio/ is that the Jap left people with whom I am not even per-
Let ns all watch for the his leading issue will be the repeal According to this sjstem, no
to the city Sundar/night. lie alighted sooaly acquainted, to become a can-
ready, one corporation would be permittedto
when the tral /arrived at Callahan, didate for governor, and I am Informed -
control more than 50 per cent of
the and was seen round the station at the total product.He by these friends that it is the f

ast Night that place beween the hours of S wish of a great many people in each
favored immediate revision of
;,!ho ved the inclemency and 9 o'clock.! Shortly afterward he tne tariff beginning with articles of the localities of Florida that I _

*t r last night and were was seen walking down the track toward which come into competition with should enter the race. .L[

w Auditorium, were fully the spot[where his lifeless body the trust-made articles. Such a "I realize that the office of gover- r

*7kllitened nor is the highest in the gift of the .
to the morning.
wond- nlay
1 was found ye tariff he thought ought to be entirely -
1 "lr lira Mehrtens n thee The body" s first discovered yesterday d removed.On people of Florida, and that the opportunities

e rich to do something for the +
contralto tones morn in ; by passengers on an the railroad question, he expressed

,> *no is a most ac- out-going trail from this city. The himself in favor of more benefit of the people of Florida are '!

-; Uat. The music was train was stonjped and the body takento I stringent regulation, that regulationto greater in that position than in any

perhaps is viewed by other office that a Florida man can
too severely Callahan, here it was take the form of legislation as-
en. appreciated C5 who orderedan I occupy. It is very pleasing for a man
by every Justice G. Burgess certaining the present value of rail-
all to know that so many people of his
C5t ought to aspire to inquest held. roads, preventing the watering of
*"d I I native State express a desire that he
cultivate the coroner's jury
a taste The verdict stock and raising rates He argued
U should serve them, and I have con-
refining that the man had
and elevat- was to the effect that a reasonable rate would be
41eaee cluded to serve the people of Floridaif
us was small, it died from w(funds self-inflicted and that would enable the railroads to
,. been hel dunti) today a majority of the Democratic voters
otherwise with the body wass-ordered maintain their stock at par when the
bat so decided i ntbe prinuriec to be held
1 appreciative and
and for Identl|cation, if possible road was honestly capitalized. "

> has started under if not identified todait will be He said the present money string next year.
will occasion
This announcement
buried the little cemetery at .dh-;
ency began with speculation in New
han.'i i very little surprise la political circles,
r will be given the York but that it had extended owing
Jl fteenfh" Amendment to for it has been geaerall understood
fr t. "The Alka- of 'he to the timidity of depositors lie
for time that Mr. Stockton
eft" Miss Mar- Circuit Itmrt Ir( (t'\' ting'. the Federal: : Constitution which con- thought that this timidity some
.u.v was
;. would become a candidate for the
Drano; Miss Bessie fers the right of suffrage upon the ne-
Circuit court drags on with the and that the banks of the
tO'and' ': Mr. Beard insists that this governorship
reader; Miss groe West were gonnd. lie
Only one new favored legislation -
trial of civil cases
He has not yet announced his platform -
.contralto and direc- flaken in the dceket ;;.amendment was never legally adopted which, by increasing the
tC turn but there is a certainty that
Beatty, mezze- aVd that the ar- I and that when a case is made up security of depositors, would remove
atst.for since yesterday, wad State prohibition will be one of the
and the iHe fairly and squarelypresented
raignment ping off bos. and I' even an unreasosable fear. leading planks for only a few weeks
1 Supreme Court of
to e
rest of the Horace th&:1S n a/ barge of ago -Mr. Stockton delivered an address -
( the United tha t"ourt".m deClare
thing two, can murder.I jpt guilty Stags The game ot titles is one in at a prohibition meeting held

I el Mr. D. E. Home Severa\ dIU I' case /have been d.s- :' it invalid i Her seeks to have which men lndur& when they wishto at the foot of Main street in the interest -
such a case sent up firom Florida. He their
11.50. try out aUons.
posed of. he damage case againstthe : rep of the prohibition movement
has studied"tk sutnect profoundly,
lUR. *ru who would en Seaboard ) Line Railway was Since his defeat for the United
I lis tremendously in arnest about it.
eats of the defendant com- States senatorial nomination Mr.
a higher decided agaiart civilization itselt Mr Beard's can
force .
with on
I land talks cot nclng I
f *meg and damages asses- Stockton has been engaged in the
t as members pany jestefaay its various phases. *He says he knows didacy on teat . contracting business and at the
k 4" sed at 1000. pre- \
absolutely that hef is right and will be a fortndWe ose, and Messrs.
I, sent time has, what is known as, the
whether he gets tg the Senate or not,
; Mallory and Tranyafl will have their
- and the lion lie An honest i n/is one who goes blanket contract for paving the

1 uo2i becomes an through the worf& without getting he will keep up his fight against an hands full in the fight ahead of streets of Jacksonville with vitrified

.a..y what was comin/ to Amendment that is a crime against them. I I t brick.-TlmesUnlon.'i'l .



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.A Printer's Ingratitude.The When a man is/in love he thinks ./!

the girl is as nice as she thinks that
Ocala Star of Monday bas the
I he Is.
following concerning a printer who

dropped In at the Democrat office a I i
is tie barrier
Prejudice pride
f kw days ago, smelling loudly of:
throws about Itsdf to keep from
W 'skey, and who panhandled the I I
getting hurt.
shop with the skill of an expert: i
ne J. J. Garrett, a printer, who \
I Some men seem think that
has Wen in Ocala for,che past two po
honesty is nothing but tbe willingnessto
mont s, left sometimert>tween draw-:
Ing hfc check at th* office Saturday I stay bought. /

afternoon and w /k time Monday fIT IC1j
I An optimist ctn be as happy after
mornin* Cane is about the limit.,
marriage as he tapught he was goingto
when It omes/o rank ingratitude.He .
be when he contemplated It.
_ came her/ almost dead, being

barely abl\tofdrag himself around on
wW If you want ti make a woman believe universal Red Rock
crutches, without clothes, moneyor By ,
you believ;she is pretty tell her
friends Jtid would have died if he
had not received Immediate medical in superlatives. \ Fruit Punch has been awarded -

attention, sb Iter and food. All or the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and
is Into
Originality That gets a man -
this was//sup lied him through the trouble and hen shows him the success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordancewith .
kindness of Hg-hearted Pat Gillen
way out of it agn.. the following:
of the Stir ofcte. who took up a \ FORMULA

weekly opllectiota for the man and ;
paid hi!;/board, lothed him and supplied You never knowj that you know a (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five: Guests) r

hpn with medicine and a : man until he has bjt you a good hard 8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE
physics until his cure was almost
complied. First wne and then both -t- 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES

crutches were thr wn away and he Luck is what prompts opportunityto Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover.. with sugar,

was 'even work a the Star office at knocks send at you an alarm door. clock before it allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the

$I! let week until he could becomeabl your # pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add : Y

to do a first- ass man's work the four of Red Rock. '
would -
If the worm learn to lie quarts .
when he was to have pay accordingly ;,
abed mornings the early bird would
Such is life, Pat says maybe
turk never be so famous.
next one will out better and ".
not leave him in the\.lurch. Pat is
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sore just now, and asks State papersto NOTICE.Notice cate under the provisions of this or- 4fr Hfrfofrfr $$i>3> >'frfr .. '
is hereby given that the .I-
please copy." dinance upon conviction by the Mayor Phone Clark & C O Phone
Board of County Commissioners of > .
shall be punished by a fine, not ex- .b 158 1M
Suwannee County, Florida, will, on }
Rattler in Gun Ilarrel.Ellavllle ceeding five hundred dollars or Im- :
the 17th day of December, 1907. receive BROKERSCotton
prisoned not longer than ninety day,
Ga., NOT. 10.-A party sealed bids for the convicts of

composed of J. W.. J. E.V.. A. and said county for (he year 1908. Said or both such fine and imprisonment, Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Provisions, I
at the discretion of the Mayor. .
Doc Grten, I. X. Hardee and W. H.
Board reserving the rights to reject
Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall
Scarbora have returned
just a any and all bids.
take effect immediately upon its pas- OFFICES: Eu5ala, Ala., Jacksonville Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Laic
ten da the
)scamp hunk near gulf This November 13, 1907.J. '
sage by the Council and approval by City, Live Oak, Quincy, Mariana and Madison, Florida. I
coast in T\ylor the
county, in vicinity W. BRYSON,
of Rattlesnake island. They all d-wlt Clerk of said Board.A the Mayor. ..01. Suwannee Drug Co, Building:, Live Oak, Florida. .

Attest ... .. .
claim 'a spWdidr time and lots of : t 1illrii
S. P. MAYS, C. H. BROWN, .
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deer and othr smaller game bagged. Significant Prayer. --. -- -
One of them /remarkable incidents City Clerk. Pres Council.I "

of the hunt wfc the killing of a "May the Lord help you make S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the

rattlesnake trat\ran up the inside of Bucklen's" Arnica Salve known to City of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby i N'EW MAW AND 6ROCfRY

the barrel of thi gun of one of the all, writes J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel certify that the foregoing Ordinance
/ Bill N. C. It quickly took the pain No. 67, was regularly passed by the .
party whit drivftg for a deer on
Rattlesnake island. It seems one of out of a felon for me and"cured it ina City Council on the 6th day of November I H. B. CREECH Prop.

the teasldfe rattler wonderfully short time. Best on A. D. 1907, and the same is I il
party yas a '[At Old Stand
Hingson's ]
earth for sores, burns and wounds. hereby certified to the Mayor for his I
by proddiig him with his gun bar
rel, when all at once\he snake disappeared 25c at Barclay & Grover drug approval. ij Fresh meats, both Western and Florida. ;

within the g 1i. All shaking store. nov-dw Witness my hand and the seal of a Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables
said this 6th of November
City day ,
and jarring of the gyn failed to A SPECIALTY.Terms '
dislodge him so the gun was un- OIUHXAXCH NO. 07. 1907. i

breeched, and the shell extracted, An ordinance in relation to the S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. H Cash.

when the snake immediately began to public health and to the Examined and approved by me this i;; : : :;;; : : ;I;" :: ;::WI :3
prevent November 7th, A. D. 1907.
creep out through the breech, the gun
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then spread certain contagious and Infectious J. D. JOHNSON. Mayor.
was quickly snapped together
diseases in the City of Live
and the snake was killed.
Oak and providing penalties.BE OUIUXAXCK No. 68. CARRYGrain

IT ORDAINED by the Mayor An ordinance imposing a penaltyon
King Stock Company.The .
and City Council of the City of Live physicians for failing to report to Hay Flour Meal Coffee Sugar Rio
following extract is from the Oak, Florida: the Mayor of the City of Live Oak
Wilmington Times and refers to a Section Whenever any case of I certain infectious or contagious diseases Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can

play teat will be given in the Auditorium yellow fever, small pox, cholera, dip I coming within his practice Goods, Paper Bags, etc., in stock.
n December theria, scarlet fever or scarlitina within said City.
Will keep on hand most of the winter Apples
The Arademy of -Music was again shall develop or exist in the city of DE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor ,

well filledvlast eve log to witness Live Oak, the patient, and all mem-I and City Council of the City of Live Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges. *

the produ Ion of Abe King Stock bers of the household exposed to the. Oak. Florida: We have on hand now several cars of flo

Company \ popular prices. ",Married same, shall be immediately placed I Section 1.-Whoever, being a licensed for \
and ;
make week
can close this
for Mon y" /as the bill and this under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector -I or practicing physician within you some prices

proved to Ve 4 laughable farce under the direction of the the City of Live Oak, Florida fails cash.

., comedy, ablybuion and well acted. Mayor and Sanitary Committee of I! to report immediately to the Mayor When in need of anything in our line call on a
The work of \\f. Charles King, as said city, and the house where such of said City every case of yellow fever I

Morgan the Brewer, was as clever as patient shall be:, must be quarantinedas ': small pox, cholera, diptheria, write us for prices.Thanking .

could be and fW universal opinionof effectually as practicable, and danger -i I scarlet fever, and scarlitina that our customers for past patronage and

those who w/tnVesed the piece was j signals in the form of red flags I I comes within his practice, within said soliciting share of
a future orders
that the comp/ny lone of the best j| shall be placed around such infected :I city, shall be punished by a fine of your ,

ever seen he prices. ; house, houses or quarters, and all !I not exceeding Five Hundred ($500) We are

Specialties by Merteus\nd Leightonwere the inmates thereof, exposed to Infection Dollars, or by: imprisonment not exceeding -

put onf between a excellent a were also th\ stunts of quired to remain in such infected such fine and imprisonment, at the Brokerage

The Lusks/and Sydney Giiale. To- house houses or quarters or within discretion of the Mayor.

night the fill will be "IJjp v an-I such infected district as may be under -i I Sec. :.-That this ordinance shall .* OLD.. C. l. FREICHT DEPOT *

f JI Winkle" and a crowded house will I quarantine:, until such time is i become effective immediately upon its

no doubt witness thl sold and .ever- they shall be able to produce a certificate -| passage by the Council and approvedby Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited to rz.e, :r cffice their
popular offering. from some practicing physician the Mayor. quarters while in the city.

f I that all danger of infection is Attest: -- -- -

\ Adage; Pnnen past and that the infected house,i S. P. MAYS, C. H. DROWN,

"It's ari\ill wind that blows good houses or quarters, and their contents I City Ck rk. Pres. Council.

to nobody, rte the poet says." I have been thoroughly difiin-j j I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the City;

"I know itS T ie drop in stocks fected, or until such time as the State ,1I of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby certify -

has made it nec fsary" : for the people I Board o( Health shall have taken ,j that the foregoing Ordinance, No.

next door to sell fte piano on which |charge of and raised such quarantine; j 66. was regularly passed by the City

/ their daughter hasybeen practicing| provided that this prohibition may' Council on the 6th day of November -

: night and day for he past six { not apply to any individual adult Ij | A. D. 1907 and the same is here- I

i months."-Chicago' Record-Herald. j''a member of the family who produces! by certified to the Mayor for his ap- ///FoR1Iiiii/ Pu wO ES
! 1. certificate from some practicing proval.

Evidently D<>. physician that such member has not fitness my hand and tbe seal of j
{I been exposed to infection and that j Mid city this 6th day of November 1/ The "CHARTER"
Church see King Leopold has of- there is no danger of such member; A. D. 1&07.

:;; t fered a prize( $30.000 for a remedy communicating said disease. S. P. MAYS City Clerk. ___ IJj 1/ Gasoline Engines
:: for the sleeping kness which is affecting I
Sec. 2.-That Examined ; .
violatingany and
any persons approved
by "
I me. Will furnish at -. t. '"': co-tRrl
:: his subjects in Africa. I Ir of the above provisions of the j this November 6th A. D. 1907.J. ': <<'ery purpvNt power n-... r r. ;.,r.rd-
; Gotham-Oh, ifoS People stay home preceding section shall be fined not t tI j B. JOHNSON, Mayor. '' farmer can utilize The "( 1 t'= r'"f In. d

ti r from church Sunday mornings over I exceeding five hundred ( J500.00) I ,,--- ways." Wr hvr them in ,, \ Aar.eWe !Mida, .DI
arc the larp-t d'al l -r. "
there, tooT-Yonkers Statesman. dollars or imprisoned not longer than Apprndiciti .. toyer1t'e
i I can "upplour w"lint> t 't- 'I" J
: ninety days or by both such fine and i j Is due in a large measure to abuse ; alai yell MarinKM..- ." Motor B

Signs of Timtw."Iieavet I imprisonment, at the discretion of the]of the bowels, by employing drastic Supplies; Piles; Ktti-. '._ ,taIof.
Write for bcautitui, :::1! '"tedc
h' old man you're a sigh Mayor, and in addition, such person purgatives. To avoid all danger, use No.

What's the matter,?" shall be isolated under guard until j i only Dr. King's New Liver Illls, th,' I =

"Fall opening ) such time as a practicing physician i i j safe, gentle cleansers and invigor- -- ENGINE I

"What! Not shopping with a mob I may certify that danger from infection ators. Guaranteed to cure headache FLORIDA GAS

of women?" '.., is past. biliousness, r.alaria and -, AND SUPPLY CO.

"No; coal hple." Philadelphia Sec. S.-That any physician who :aundice.! at Barclay & Groover drjg T.-\'Ir.\ AS

Press. I'I, shall willfully make any false cerUfl-(sore :5c. nov-dw

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duties to perfornr
: LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT of his personal affairs. A\ of our
Hon. J. N. C. Stockton, of Jacksonville -
civic and sVial blessing& re entirely
Published every Afternoon has definitely announced that
; of i1
dependent tfoon a recomition Confidence
3, Except Sunday. he Is a candidate for Governor, and I response to Vie mural obligations I
the announcement will arouse much ;
\ mA
upon us and > rich or poor,
In political circles throughout
\ Interest -
h CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and M'g r.Entered the State. Mr. Stockton is a high or low, canNjje justly excused 'i Begets"enthus.asm, which accounts for
t from responsibilytao these things.No I i
strong man, strong in his personality, I the ardor with we arc pushing
effort that If put by any which
strong in his record and strong in the Ii' i
at the rostofice. Lire Oak. or srf of individuals result t

;3 Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter size and character of his following. ing in good o the town, ails to con The First National
November 7. 1905. And he is a fighter too. they say; tribute to very man dirVtly or in-If arl
too pugnacious some maintain and
direly Vfls proportionate sn re of the i
mighty reckless with his tongue when bleu vj, and in turn appeals to him safeguard throwrfaround National Banl ]
THE LIMB on PUBUSHUG( COKPAl1Y. his tempV slips the bridle. Now that Every }
ne is fairN in the field we may be for siren reciprocation" as he may be 1 iI They are frequently inspected cared of the Cole\

sure that hetfias given full consideration ablsr to give. troller of Currency, and are on to ?;

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be to the Magnitude of the task .l statements to him five times each hell 1
mailed to any part of the United Specie: Master's Sale. sworn year, o:
States pastage prepaid, for $5.00 ahead of him nd that he will makea of fon I they are under the direct supervision of the Natiott-
Pursuant to a final decree
per Jl.t fear for;three$:$0 mC for lths.six or months 50 cents; i I Sttae vigorous thatVi canmia&n 1 Jkrep his all competitorson over the clooure, dated Oct. 9th 1907 for the : I al Government, and its the staongest on earthF0" 1'i

for five weeks in advance. Delivered the jump\ Aman of his positiveand suai of $1734.4S principal and the Safest Banking, 1Ii

to any part of the city by :I aggressive aracter always has s;.ni of $190 Solicitor's fees, and the Best Methods ,";
earner for 10 cents per week. enemies hut inn' all concede his erst, made and entered in the Circuit I 1

integrity bt Jcolrage and his ca- Court of Suwannee County Florida Up-to-date Service : 1

t Noting th recent nd anniver- pacity. He is a strong foe to the in that certain cause therein Liberal Treatment. .

sary of the De ocrat, the St. liquor traffic and it is almost certain pending wherein The West Flynn & Conservative Methods. <; 1 1i
andJ. I
dent kindly : that a leading plank in his platformwill Harris Company is complainant
Petersburg Ind< )e says
The Llvfr Oa Daily Democrat is be State prohibition. Doubtless E. Davis and W. E. Davis as copartners -,i l Always use the National] Banks. They hap 1I

two years old. h people up thereDemocrat he will be at the coming-out conven- ," doing business under the''I'; I pered in greater numbers than all other banking 1

wouldn't do thou the tion in Ocala tomorrow and will makea firm name of Davis Bros., and LiddieM. : T stitutions.

and every ws aper in the State speech fully stating the issues upon Davis the wife of J. E. Davis are' Watch us grow, our profits are now as I largeour 1

1 i would miss its brilliant editorial which he will make hIs campaign for defendants and wherein, I. the undersigned at beginning. j
capital was our
the nomination.In was appointed Special 1
page ..... Master to execute said final decree; (

Senator Taliaferro, of this State, the matter of the appointmentof therefore I will, on the first Mondayin If FIRST NATIONAL BANK ]
December, 1907 same being the
Hon. \V. B.
was interviewed in New York the a successor to Shep- .
2nd of during the
day December
/hat pard United States district attorney 1
t other day an* said a National as
of sale: the town of T
legal hours at
Democratic tick t Xith Lieutenant for the Northern District of Live Oak Florida.
Peacock, Florida, in Suwannee county ,
Governor Chanl /at the head and Florida, the Gainesville Sun has the .
I ., sell at public auction to the
Governor JohnsynVif Minnesota for following of ii rest: I ..
1 second place Irked> ood to him. "Among the I omlnent visitors to i highest and best bidder therefor, for -$-$-$-s-S--$ --s $ $ $4-t-t-*--jj

Perhaps, butykll the\. me we will this city Ionda was Hon. "r>ed : cash the following described property .
... '
to-wit One twenty-barrel
have to contemplate W. J. B. in the Cubberly collecto of the port of
I' and fixtures set up at said Peacock. VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT \
to here it is
same old role of the, nominee next Key cane as- ,
Florida. Terms of sale cash. Pur-
year-provided he wants it. sumed on important political busi:
nA chaser to pay for title.J. .
ness.V lIe authentic information DOWLING PARK
There are signs of returning sanityIn is out, it jls confidently I
Special Master.
New York City. The city government believed tha: CJ1. C bberly will be
to Hon. W. B.
,= there is bout to adopt an

r ordinance forbidding the erection of Sheppard as Unite States district Solicitors for Jacksonville Complainant.Fla. Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages!} ;

buildings more .tupn 250 feet high. attorney for the Northern District of D-wky-lmo %

e This will pu\a loi needed crimp in Florida, Mr. Sheppard having been HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. KNMt.
+ the cr ze fa s -sc pers. These promoted to the United.\States judge- WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND ,

4 twentyNandbulldlngin Ir y nd forty-story ship to fill the vacancy of Judge NOTICE. PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATtnC

are Notice is hereby given that the .eu. e. CONNECTION AT UVE OAIWITIttirea l
r expresSive symbol, of the brutal
undersigned as administrator of the
p break-neck speed t which this coun- The philosophic Tampa Times has PflRK HOTEL
Estate of J. A. Adams deceased will ADDRESS LIVE OAK
try has been going of recent years, this to say about the fool break-neck
on Monday, the 13th day of January, 1o
1 and it is high time to call a halt on speed at which! we have been going in -
1908, present his vouchers receipts ;

both. this country for some years past, andIt and report of and for the Estate of 111111111111 n 11111111 m 1111111111 n 11 n 1111 n"j !
is good sound sense, which
too we f
J. A. Adams, deceased and there-
The Valdosta Times Is !} sensibleand should all take to heart: '
apply for his final discharge as
upon 1907 I 1907 '
conservative paper and it just "While we are hustling about for .
administrator of the said estate.J. .
about expresses the sober judgmentof the Invention of an elastic currencyit
the thoughtful people of this is bethought that we also need an Crescent Pharmacy
7-5-6 Administrator.
counti In the matt\r of all this in- elastic labor supply. We have per- + -

temperate hue and LIVE OAK FLORIDA.
In the folldttinz which appealsto suffering for want of sufficient labor ,
FOLEY Bt iIY' !1R:
other St tes asVH as Georgia: for the past year or two, and now we

"Normal iwadltlc+is would soon re- ;I are all of a shiver lest we will soon .. r .ue ...,! /10 "ji<..1'-; J The Prescription Drug Store.

turn if political ag tato will hands have so much labor that we will not
off and let th\ r lro ds and other have enough for it to do In both
I #
M 1 H'M 1 Jill 11 I 111 1 1i ++++H s
14 developers have a iJTow. Xo fair- cases our impressions were mostly :

minded man disputes the assertion the effect Qf Imagination. We had
i I II + --- :
that there are wrongs perpetrated by money enough and we had labor Useful Gifts :I: >

: the railroads which should be corrected enough but fie did not hate sense It make*no different I It makes nodif-
I :I:
; but there is Such a thing as enough to cut Vit our enterprises to I i I + w ln se Terence R6oe*

1 }I overdoing the business." i fit the financial\nd labor situation. I! : for the bride, 'sweet- i t Mankjourdoctorw I blank yourdoe,

Had we held up \hen we found the J heart or relative. You : rites jour ; i tor writes JW '

.l Good news for Messrs. Mallory, situation stretchin\'we !would have I will find inthehouseof !t,: pre c riptionon ry prescription *

Deard and Trammel lion. Steve been all righfc We tb nof need elastic + M -can till tin-in jt ,,(('an fin tHaI

( Sparkman has a / ast broken his long ity in our..helb In s s I much as we I J J. D. RADFORD, :fan I i correctly.I ; h j-onrctlv.

and painful silence, and announced need a sturdy sVliditythat t temperamentcontent +
I that he will n
1. the United State\Senate but will be with whan we a able safely to $ ing goods, not only :I::i P

contenffo accept a\enomiuation from do with theNmeais at and. It is the :+I: beautiful but useful. i!#

the people of Ills district to represent overheated b le| tha explodes the -
f t } them In the lovrftcJruuseJtrf Congress.: overstrained currency that snaps, the i No matter which + I: ; Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at

I Mr. Sparkman nausingJbn the verge overstretched labor tt It is costly and t way you turn some- :+I: : Reasonable Prices.

j of a senator c'ndid} /y has been .13 inefficient the over* panded business + thing confronts you :j: :t: Utfu fin your prescriptions n<1eUjrourdnlif store articles We carry a eootpellt

I a large and tupsb ann/ring fly in the that collapses. Y 4 we have goneon 3: that will be just right :I: ,, +* lI5i rectly! at freOlt k>*.est and price reliable*. Phone f"13Bnnit us your order.us your Prompt prescnotions and reliable t..lilt 1 attention We tin.them ofJ
ointment of e rh on the aforementioned for years overheating the boiler, +
I., gentlemen, aid "now that he overstraining the currency, overstretching DIAMOND LOCKETS |1 + rHONE 1'010. 220

., Is out of the way" we extend to them the labor and over-expand-I i BRACELETS J I The Crescent Pharmacy
!: the renewed assurances of our distinguished ing the business:-and now we profess :

consideration and urge to be paralyzed with amazementat $ AND BROACHES, |i j :. : LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
them to Increased endeavors in their the inevitable ocnsequences. + -
noble competition.The "We. collectively the elghty-odrll 9 I! all of the latest design. 'i P. S.-Use "fletcher's 66" for Chills and fner-No Cure-No Part -

I million people of this, republic, were i
Colonel Ii fools then tend are liars now, and i Watch repairing done by : .111111 u 11 H-K-H-H 11 n n 11 M i n > i 11 n- 1111 mi1.

den\!,i of Estl'I. that is about the sum and the substance 1; ; an Expert Workman. : : ;!;
editor and proprietor of ther Savanndh + ----- -- --- -- ---- -- ____ u - ---

E '. News, remove strongfigure In can repair of the damages situation.and get Luckily back we on "| J. D. RADFORD j
t t Southern journaUsm, an/an eminent PARTY
1"" I and useful citizen G/orgla life. lie the track without irreparable loss TICK L1 S
and damage. And it is to be hoped +
was not perhaps a ita&t man, but be LIVE OAK, FLA. Jiiiimm
and presumed will have
we more i
r was a very able ont nd of Just the :I:
I sense for the next ten or fifteen 4+- U-ive Oak to Don ling Park on :sale daily
ai type that we most oreimn the South. t m I n 111 m.-H
vears. at rate of 50 cents round trip with
., 4 He was practical, s/gacioNis, conserva- ,, :
tive In temperament, and\owing out 1' 1 Minimum of ten fares. Call on AvE

of the Confederate army ay>ennlless The Miami Metropolis erroneously Beautiful LineNew a'1-144-1-.l--l44! t&et Agent Phone 152 for
credits to the Democrat thir follow 40 a-+1111111"
young soldier Ve made a career for I I further information. j j
# himself and acJfleved results qf which ing sensible vidw of a lara subject, hand-painted China suitablefor

k any man mlgft have been pro d. The which we promptly adpt as our ; wedding and Christmas pres- ----------- --

Savannah Nj&s was,, hU creatloV and own, although wthijXC it appeared ents.
his memor 'could have no mor imposing first in the Pensacua/journal: i i Skirts chilnden's ooats hats, : r
for it o\ the "That It is the monument, Is one dress goods and laces a specialty.
wisest arl strongest papers InAthe to first give earnest Veed to his own Standard patterns fashion : I Health and Accident Insurance.

South. **model of high-class jobrnal- personal interacts, V> reasonable sheets given away each month.Ladies' .
Colonel person would /or a mo eat attempt and children's AnnnaU Semi-Annual.Quarterly or Monthly Fn"
in/ under-
ism every department i ,
I f
3'' EsUll had been in failing health for to gainsay, ft deny, bufvit is true wear. New line corsets. i NkEVVEN, General Agents, LIVE d'

a long time and his death /was not also that every man, by virtue of the P.'S.-Weneed a few more good Agents in North I >r..la- rC'
] \people ,MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop.
unexpected. tie that bi d us together as i"_

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The Helvenston Ins4rance Agency. ,

,'Daring the last fifteen years has paid'to
policy holders 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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r 1 ''IWsed Salary by Prayer. : :: I I : I un'

t New Britain: ConJ, Nov. 11.-
of Live Oak and Rev. J. & Kellingbirrg,'pastor of the
SuLocals And .Personals Swedish:: Baptist Church, has been THE
jwannee County Gathered raising his alar/ by prayer Hr a

year. He saicktotfay that he thoughtthe SANITOLADVERTISING
l by the Reporter.
THEY COME AtyD THEY GO. method a jng success. He has
raised $1131 ffrNhis own salary and

L I 17,092 for Ms o\n church during LADIES' HOME JOURNAL

., the year. lie notified the church
sP W. L. Seely>l| t this morning for Drew Read wife t has been visiting trustees th] he felt\ this duty to
his sister Mrs cLeod, returned give up hw salary and\rust to prayer
, 'fampa for .
home today. fN. to bring him contributions for his

Dill o ElUtvHle, was family. '

dcyt II. Clay to /Ra/6ck, 'was ----- t 1 I 10) SANITOl PRODUCTS $1.00

among the busmets mors in the KODOL Is offered on a guarantee .
-L7. Henry.ldered Lake City, is reg- city yesterday. V offer at a bargain, plan for the relief of heart burn, I

at the el today. six room cottage with flatulence, sour stomach, belching of] H Fill in one of the coupons from
5 above Journals with our name as
Mr. Register / gas nausea and all stomach trou-
Jasper modern
was a conveniences
on Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL
*.LTh Union Pressing Club, neat business visitor At the city yester:I south Ohio Most bles.' It digests What you eat. It g LABORATORY, with One Dollar.
Tart OB short notice. Phone 2 2 2 rttr day. / avenue. will make you healthy. Sold by Live g They will send you an order on -
-T- I desirable residence sectionof Oak Drug Co. nov-d i us for the ten products. (Retail
iI value
Mr.'RHey. oVLancaster, is in town Monte J has. o| tLa. White School the city. If you are I $2.70.)

Ltedar.. tradttfX House set em y/ Xs in the city contemplating News was received here last night --
purchasinga I
ss. of the death of Mrs. Bessie
nee I
Is In home in Live Oak
Boatrlgh s0rg. come lIzelle, of Wellbo Mrs. Lipps was Suwannee
tAday land For Dry Goods and Groceries, up to our office and let the daughter of Pr\ A. W. Mizelle, ;
quality and quantity as well as price one of the leading citizens of this i
\"Dr..J"c. Rnteri/ Jf Madison, is lidty guaranteed, call on us show you_this place. county. Mrs. LJpps Vas a consistent I. Drug Company I

today. d-6t R. \V. PRICE & CO. 0I Christian, hlghl; v st med and loved i

'H -.--- by those who k ewMerVand will be i I t

#-:'FOR SALE Young rfilch cow Prof. Arnold.'sytormer, citizen oLive t mW nr sadly misled f 9m tone circle of I ,,,,,, ;; :' '''11:1: ,,. I :.
'_tali Apply to Sallie Reese, Oak, is in Uve city today, shak Ul friends anJkrel UvoXin which she

lad Lynn Park. ing hands with ftisSnanf friends. I dwelt. Her d&rfti o urred yesterday i
morning at ten o'clock, and she will Just Received
jlr. Roy HeUenston is away today C. II. Arnold of lJee..Fla., made a Lewin Building, Room 3. be buried this afternoon at the Mc-
_WI bird hunA business trip lo Llio/fatK. jesterday Clellan cemetery. The Democrat !

1' and returned hom tys morning.Rev. Phone No. ti. joins 4th their friends in extending i --

J\l1at1e1' of Rocky Sink Istrl7' condolence to the bereaved relatives.
on business. Ford *wit to Tallahassee
The Ocala Star of Monday has the
this morning oX hurch business, and !Shipment of Express
) following of local interest, in our In Circuit Court, State of Florida,
J. 0. Mayo, was here will return toot w.
Peirceyjf / Third Judicial Circuit, Suwanncv
cityN "The Star regret to learn that
;Jllftr4a) on buXpess.jfftedtyester County In .
Mr. WU1 I.. Howes, who for the past Chancery.Muttic .
f" LOST-Pair of gold frame e.e few je.Vs, has traveled/in this ter Harden, Complainant, vs. W.II. Wagons. All
1 K. Broct, f 1C4Alpln, was In glasses between Baptist churcn &nd Harden, cfendant. -
ritory for Marx of Jackson
V post office. or between postoffice and Broy It appearing by affidavit appendedto
: yule, is arout to sevyr his connection the bill filed in the above-stated
residence. Finder please<< return '.o i
with tVit firm /nil take a position cause that W. II. Harden the defend PricesI.25t0$3.75
LOST A bunch of keys in the Democrat office and get reward.
with C V. Bacfleson of the same ant therein named is a nonresidentof
5b otwtt district of town. Finderfmm city, which chaWe vill make it'neces- the State of }Florida and is a
\ return to Jack Taylor. ll-3t \V. I. Phillins, representing the resident of the United States but
\ Jacksonville D& lopment Company, nary for Mr. ancMlrs. Howes to move more particularly unknown, and that $
their home froii tale to .Live Oa k. there is no person in the State of
C.L C. Coot Wurned from l is in the city \usiness toda)".
Florida the
service of
Mr. Bowes is gntat favorite with a subpoena upon
tat ilton last Aht. o'm. -- whom would bind said defendant,
the trade, *K wAn unnumbered
t Cook\ with DoblE'rludge and that said defendant is over the -
i'L 1.Do lins returned from Jack- of Baltimore.aled at the Democrat friends in anout of\it, and Ocalahad age of twenty-one years; it is therefore -
begun top look upoiMiim and bis ordered that said nonresident
.'"MBi Jut nigBL office this mo

)*: / X r_ charming tions. Mr wile/Laurence as permanVit M. \iurray acquisi, a defendant to appear be and to the he bill is hereby of complaintfiled required F Fll[ BOOK ij I If hFI S CO.O

Titer Lelsx /urned from a visitW S. B. Wilso editor of the Southern oliing of\Jackson- in said cause on or before Monday '
eUO I Cyclone, has capable y salesman the 2nd day of December, A. D.
t been here fseveral
Igbt. wfjn or
tiOllt1 I.I ville, wlllr take Mr. Howes\ place, 1907,otherwise the allegations of said
days/m yesterday for a with Marx Bros., and is accompany bill will be taken as confessed by said
,: -, MeKin oi, of Perry, is rE'g.1|j I tour of Flora a inxhe interest of the Mrf defendant. Managfer
jug Howes
i / on his travels this f
,* at be EtAJ. today. !I i magazine. week in order to get acquainted with It is further ordered that this i \jJJLandOwnp
order be published once a week for
':4E. rralel h, or Madison is a i it i Mrs. F. Y Smith, of ALachua, who his customers I eight consecutive weeks in the Suwannee 1
i has a newspaper published
been herte her
past of the visiting parent I s
Etjl today. WANTED Two in saId County and State.
v CA I Mr. and Mrs. BJack, returned home rooms This October 2nd, 1907. Try The Daily Democrat -

11. *WIi\hiie ht>reIr 4. by couple with child 4 jears old I, (Seal) J. W HYSON, while. Ten
W1' Just Smith addedr her ftame to the Daily ,'suitable for light housekeeping. Ad- Clerk Circuit Court a centsa
received at S. J'i i Democrat subscription list i I dress Box 118 J, I* LEE. (oct4-8t) .
'r'a Shoe store. 12-3t|I I I d-lt I Solicitor for Complainant. week gets it. ; ,
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G Dre --- -- -- --- -
Madison, is regis-
I r d at the el today. I I IJ. I ''' '' "' "" ''

,, {TCter!>k tit7 B ; f Br ss.' \fill, is j Too Much Talk of Hard Times. 'I'1 r

l : t_o J.,DnnnaW 1 knnUrf and G. G. Mays ..1 "If everyone would stop talking 'hard times and change to prosperity -

) 4 this morning. we would all be better off.' ij

laerand Will Turbo-
,,eat out hating this morning. I THE LAPSES'

The Dogs, Fenders. Su- EMPORIUM I I II

Hardware Co. 12-2t ididn't begin talking hard times," and will not allow business to get slow. j

I-3 -der : I We are doing more business than ever before. Buying better merchandise, and selling cheaper,
aV. A. Edwards : i!
h- and hJfcting this morning. ij is the secret of our keeping always busy.

I -- I IIj
well 1.V Dowling Park, was The =Wear Department

__ f ."-- ,V yAs L/6May on_business. i j I Readyto Our Shoe Department Our Dry Goods Department II

done twice the business this season,
t I Ie has .
Jasper, made a .
to for several reasons. \'izYe know better the most complete of West
p any
Oak yesterday. ; has doubled itself in the past twehcIS In.
: what to buy and how to buy. W e
Florida. We keep new goods coming indaily.
I of kind in all months, because we are very careful in
I"f only bought one garment ?
YT I I. a.
Furnished for1 All the newest in theleading I
room the best
ladies realize
o the better numbers. The very to be had. Style
hthts.gentlemen. Close in. I the numerous advantages of buying at and comfort always 1 considered. We car- I shades, are to be foundfabrics here at

Address, Phone| home, where they see the goods, have ry at all times a full line for ladies, child same prices as inferior grades found

. ; no express to paO'et perfect alterations and infants. Such well known brands elsewhere. Always in the lead, frommail
'$'Black done free of charge at pricesfor less realas the lowest to the highest priced dress '
: this week for I I order houses. If only I the "Ultra "Brockport, 0 ueen Quality. I-
.lL Special prices. It Id on tff keeping the money at home, should ." "Special I Service," "Black Cat" goods. Our remnant tables, where special -

IIfII!! be sufficient to CUT OUT THE CAT Aand "R. T. Wood." bargains abound, keep our stock always

Pat(, Station, LOGUL MOUSES. fresh and new.

-r i3' morning I

$T ="tates e nil the city will Industrial and spend Mr.wife Bate sev-dcard ar-e-!I I. or"Q money unlit YOURS the }entire" and refunded.FOR Quality store.A10RE,Satisfaction" is our BUSINESS\nctto guaranteed throughout -, TH E lAD I E8 EM P 0 RI UM .

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Table No. 20
B. Broward Governor.H. .

Clay Crawford. Secretary of State. The Mineral Springs Route. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at E:01 A. M., 1907.

"'m. V. Knott, Treasurer.A. .
C. Groom Comptroller. """LCT BOl'JoiD EASTIO5.'NDfad -
W. H Ellis. Attorney GeneralB. C1as. YIEST CLASS flUT eLlS tad CIasa DAD PO.N. INa
i <:I :p 'I. ,
E. McLln Commissioner of Agri Frt FIt EFFE'EI1'E -- _- Frt Frt 3 I i No.Mail 1.1ixedFgt N'l
culture.W. and ,and ::1'.1 Pass Pass Pass OCT. i, 190. pass Pass Pass rasa and ,,and Day and I STArIOSS. (Mail '
Fa.a Pass; I ip&NII'U. Except J ExPfftIIL Fapres1Gondar. ,
M. Holloway State Superintendent Dall). :r-at CI
3-\71'-95113' 212 14 16 4M'P8M' : !e.t-...
Public Instruction. A'MjA.MA.M P.M P.M P.M A.M A.M A.M P.MP? TOO a m'" 4 30 p m Lv...____..__Live Oak_..... ......... .Ar. 1051..Il--";
ST.\TIO o\ _. 7 %I) a m'' 4 44 p m Lv._..._..__.._....Porter. ...... .Le.I 10 34 ..r h
I _._. .. ..._...... __ ....... a r S .
Ernest Amos, State Auditor.W. Daffy ex !Sun Sun D;; Sun'D;; Des Is-;; : Daily exSunday 7407M a m. 4 5r p m Lv. Lanier ..L.. 18!II a. a

B. Saddler Assistant Auditor. only only Sun .only! i'___ Sun run only ) SandayLve a m'ml 51t.5 08 p m m'Ar Lv.__-_.-._-._-._-...._-..-_.-... KlJ'kland.L.llmarth_..._. ... .........L... 10 18 a. 4 rra
Lve Lve Lre Lve A-r Ar. Ar Ar_ ArT 1 11000 a a ml 5 20 p m Lv..__._......-...-......w ilmarth.;-._.._...-_-. .... .Ar.i11 1 Off s a ,.::
4511 1& 8 130 41 5 II .. ... Lin ......... US;; 4 1065 a s! 5 24 p m L.SuwaDnftRlnr.L.. 9 6is a ca),.
Oak. 30 1 5351 350 L. _.__.._...... __Norwood- ........ 41a r 'a..
SUPREME COURT. 505113092c! ) 11 1 43: ..........Starr.. 5171; 3'.3 3fi 10 14 a III' 5 SO p m .. ..... .................._ --- .Ly. I It
1 9511130 ml 5 m'Ar.' ... 14&700- ..........L.. !
10 11 925 152 r. ............ ...... ... : 3e 1025 a 40 p I 34 .:
8 a a :
351 ] mer. 5 % 320 .... .. a
i T. M. Sbackleford. Chief Justice I I 946 125 1 mll42 pm.Lv.541pm ._...._ Mayo.. _.._..... .
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52 P 155 .. In.
1$11 co 4 -Platt. 94311 22 509' 3 13 r 28 Lv.._ ._...._............5&8 Pedr......__...-.L.. a 1 a 9.
A. W. Cockrell. J. B. Whitfleld. 830111 938 205 & 60Lancutn.i! .... ....... 9 11 12 500, 100 3 11 11 35 a a m'm' 55 p m Lv...-..._. .... ...._......Salt Rd-......_._._...... .Ly.! I.IU.'.r .1.a
z jp ..... ..... 00 1200 .1. .L.12 .._._ .._AaluIl4_ _.......L.. 'r..
Do.-linc Park 10 m -
Fenwick Taylor R. C. Parkhill W. 845'1, : 10 9 4Q 500 3001. 9 %S 11 0511' 1&.v: Z 45'J 10 pm' 17 p m'Lv.I _...._._. _.........._..Chariton...._..-__...... ...L.. I. a a ,
8 60112 15 952 3 04.: '". ...._Cbaneer ...... Z 3.Z ,. 12 20 27 p BiLv. ..._... ___. __.____._. ... 101.r a.t:
A. Hocker, Associate Justices. 243 504 ..... .. 93510U114 4 4.? p a p .... -- I W s. f Ala
i 5612 2010 Mayo Juncbun. nILy.--. .. ....... ......
Z n. 5 1J 110 ..... .... ...Dar.. .... ..... 9 OF 141 5/111 38 4 2W 3D. Z 35 1260 12 30 p m 6 35 p |L. .... -. .Fentmiloway.. ....-.-.. .- .Ly..: 1 45.r .1.> a
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2b 515 !.... ..... ... ..I 905iV 45 i199 p ra 6 43 I'm -- -. ... ...-. III I CI..
131 300 51 ".5110. 8 &Ii.l0 39 100m ( 6 50 pm!Ar_................ __. ....... :..Ly. .30.
9 .......Town. nJ... .. r II 1 a
RAILROAD COMMISSION.R. 9 231 40t 3 06 525 '............Smith .. .....-. ..' II IO 32 t 1M Ili,
Chairman N. H. 323 543 ,.. ...Fenhollewa_ .. 8311011 Luraville Branch R
Hudson Burr, ; 9 gl 141 601 .........Perry"..........-. .. 8 J4 956 : 120 I r10 7'Iktwet'D
Butch J. L. Morgan. Royal C 4006 1': 800 940 Luraville and Wilmarth. .
10 35 4 15 6 I. Hampton SpringL 745 25 1 00 -
Dunn Secretary. ----- W..t .
8 30 a is';L.._ ... .... Wilmarth..._..
MEMBER OF CONGRESS SECOND I ;P.-A.M', i :P.Mi( A.MP.M! P.M 8 50 a m.;A r............. .--...-.--... -Lora.ill.__ __. ...... .. ........... ._Leo UJ.a.,tf.i

DISTRICT. !: 20'1000 j. L-3 2j, ......M.'o Junction .... it 33 i 35 ArU Alton Branch -:'

Frank Clark. '--I %-;;-10'- -, 320 ... .........Dell...... .. i 11 Yl T;'a 223 Between Mayo and Alten.I .
12 10 lSi; I 21'' .. .. .....Pet@noL... ... 11 14 4 19 2 15
122i I .._I.10..._... .. 11 OS 4 1 .! OSX12 Eut I If
5510 301 I I 3 40; .............Alton......... .. 11 00 4 05 1040 a m Lv.._..... May.Alton.
11. Palmer. Judge. I.A.M P.M A.M P.M P.M P.M AM A.M A.M P.M P..II.. PI.t'Q 1 i 10 50 a m'Ar.. =:::...::.::.:::::::.=:.=..:.-. -:::?:::::.:.::::::::::=:::.:... .t'n:' :::
r Gary A. Hardee. State's Attorney. ID ;- -- --
ex'D-Sun !3.n in ex Sun t D ex Sun Sun Sun D ex D ex Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line west bound ard Atlaetic Coact Lot HA
:Sun 'kun' ,Only:Only Sun ,Only, 'un On 1 Only Only Sun Sun boned at Live Oak. For information regarding rates schedules and cennectkms apply u
T. P.ALSTON.Superintendent. F. P.WOODWAU,G.1.i t.L.
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B. Johnson, State Senator. J 1

I Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic
MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connectionscall .

4 SENTATIVES.W. I I J.on any LEE ticket ENSIGN agent., President. 1:. P. HOPKINS. Traffic 3Ianaer. Can You Write a Ghost Story?

R. Dorman. W. H. McClellan. ;
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J. N. Conner. County Judge.J. No doubt know
have been tell-
you one you
W. Bryson, Clerk Circuit Court. 5roof9s fn
JhcComwarionI for
1 ing years. We will give a
J. H. Rickerson. Sheriff. jrho
G. B. Lord. Treasurer.J. CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor

N. )Ieeks, Tax Collector.A. the best Ghost Story written by youngor

D. Hemming, Tax Assessor.J. old, male or female.

E. Wood County SuperintendentPublic -. The only condition is that each contestant -
Instruction. t ;a.. send Fifty Cents for a years subscriptionto

H. E. Carter. Judge Criminal Courtof THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE
a a monthly
Record.O. publication published at Live Oak, Florida.

O. McCollom Solicitor Criminal The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;

Court. it has a will of its own, and stands on a plat- !
M. M. Hawkins. Clerk Criminal Court
form unique in policy and principle. The

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. first number will appearNOVEMBER

W. A. Tison Chairman; 31. L. FIRST

Burnett. J. J. Dempsey J. II. i iA Write Oil one side of paper only; story not

Grant. H. H. Davis. to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close

-- FEBRUARY, J5th J90S.

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.E. Particular people whose pride and name and and winner will be announced in the March
R. Wise Chairman; A. D. Puter-
baugh R. H. Carver. pride in product goes into their stationery have number. Send in your subscription at once.

preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE
over fifteen years.
J. B. Johnson, Mayor. Drawer 30
Live Oak Ea
1. C. H. Brown Alderman and President Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care

I !'',1 City Council. ful methods that make for firmness and perminancc are -- ---

S. P. Mays, Clerk, Assessor an.l t+ I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I t KM H MM MM t IIIIIII
I Treasurer. still used in making @(Up) ( )(00) C3[a rID Its beau- .

Aldermen-S. J. White T. S. Anderson. tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness and Bracing -

: J. M. Barclay W. J. Hillman qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de SEABOARDAirline

t ', J. E. Wood J. L. White. luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. -

i' Write your letters so that they will compel a read-
W. II. Lyle, Superintendent City :;
ing-write them on
p. Water Works. Railway.
H. Marshal and ,
R. Haddock

i i W.Sanitary D. Wright Inspector.Police.City f fCreative. I[' @ @ ((1J[ [f) @ [NJ lID @ 00 [Q) i i Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pines,

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I Raleigh
I to strengthen their appeal and'to reflect the standing : Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

t I .coming I of'ourhouse fN@n n/D@N1/ J f 1@N1 jf[ I Philadelphia and New York.
. A ! j abroad, was taken up iTy the smart
good bond
/ I'I't papers-but no other bond poper will serve j
t set. \ you as well- I \tiTfflNS f DOILY
; "We'll make a lio/of him," quoth Ir. i '

they, "for th\ dl& action he will The COUPON BOND book.howing American Writing Paper Co. I
.1 various weurhu-ftnishos and colorsan. -
thereupon ren us. Seaboard
U\oo how finely the paper prints will be ; Express Seaboard
?: Dut the man late. It takes ..nt'OII with the nameof a/ooalpnnt. l.urpet Mannf yi! I er or stationer who can supply you-If .I
I considerable mjne al to make a I I yo we us on your busmen let Inertial Paper in the World.J ---- -- --
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I terhcad. s. HLYKE, MASS. r --- -

make \ monkey of i 1 Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .

lion.if seXf determined ---
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for their crea- ---
\ You c\n generally spot a conceited>d You an tell how little people are

" Nor was the world necessarily\ the man by th\way he laughs a/his own doing bV the amount of talk they The Jamestown Exposition LineNORF'OLI
Jokes. \ / waste of
telfuig it. /
I worse off. For after all 1\ is the

f contribution to the gayety of nations < VA.
I When a ma lapses irj poetry be A reformef is a pereorl able
to ye'.lis
that is especially edt-d.-Puck.
either *u feriW froraMove or the "graft" becaueVhe b /pens to be out Excursion Tickets on Snle Daily

delusion that he\s a cntus. of an office. \ -
Always W"Sick..
V For full information and sgefli
Sleeper reservations, -! > any'
T When a man says he always was Goodness is notJ*fnuing to touch When a soap s something he : of S aboard, or write,

, sick-troubled with a cough tbat4 i/4 1 evil but meeting tfaiut overcoming it. gets it for hi elf t less tt happens S. C. DOYLSTON. JR. f1a.
lasted all 'Inter-what would you to be an n ells. Asst. Genl. I'a.s. AKent .: -.' :: *

think if be should say-he never was Being Rise /s often tWlnlng more itttniitjLiii H ,JJJJJJJJ 1111 M ni .

sick since useing Ballard's Horl'i than lookin- /wise and lag one's
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ftt -
< temCe betweA character, -- -
hound Syrup. Such a man exists. lime. / ---- -
aad.r ttattoB te that tK
\ former
. I I Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado N '
. : writes: "For :years I was troubled Court is kindness tbat is able to Gail earvlve a defeat ': AdTersise dvertisI!

with a severe cough that would last reoopni more than perwrmal friends. I !
l Stan g. I
all winter. This cough left me in a

miserable condition. I tried Bal \\1u-re (.opt ('limr In. i "U it true that hair dye It da&g

Ut'dd-Does It'olt you mach to OM?" Have ?
lard's Horehound Syrup and have not th / r-I you anything to sell? Do you want to buy
1i run your automobl it's fatalBinks dyed
I had a sick day since. That's what It Greene-Well. ij'seeivs to oost me >ou I.noand ia l ,s than a month Have you "lost" or "found" anvtl' ,na?

did for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug I more when it wfcn't r 'n'onkt'fS a widow wlth.'four Ildren nabbed '

Co. nov-dw I fli Statesman. him' -Cleve/and Leader. I I An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your deinends.'i.f .

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, f More Health Than ;; Leo tau Wish to T eke 2/our Own

ttAtrO Wealth Use ( .$ \I/ i I Way fn Vhis; World?

f Sf1oMSd i :t r=!If SO, ATTEND:

11Ik; SNOW THEl\l KINO OF ii "

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you will always have good health. What Is Tnoro to a manthan I
health? All the
good money in the worM '
bappinesavhere health unknown Uailord's Snow Lament

Cuts, BurroS, Sprains Necralgi1, |
CURES Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles:. Lama!
., Back and all the Nits tuot Flesh Is tleir to.

One Who Knov/s.
The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy

1. O. Scott, Salt Lnko City, Utah. writes; cannot i) College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for
too highly praise :your Ballard Snow Liniment for t all graduates.
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden chango I
to the weather. I also
and exposure recommend your
Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and cold I SCHOLARSHIPS
These used together iefy all pain. :

GET THB GENUINE. > Three Sizes 25C, SOc. $1.00 I
II I $40 $50 $75 and $90

Ballard Snow Liniment Co. i

500-502 North Second Street,



Ohio Avenue and Conner Street
Sold and Recommended by

: Suwannee Drug Company. : President L. M.and 1IATTOX Proprietor., LIVE UAlV, FLA. G. 8.Principal.t STEPHEN'S.

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; PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Stung: ----I . . . . . . . . . > . . . . .. . . . .
The CotOI '1 believe in
= = jDo you 4* M' ***** *** I 111 Ml 1 I IHHM++H+111 I I I HHt 111III It 111 11 I I i I | III 11 >.
dreams? NY I

[1M.E.. BROOME, Little Jones/ .'0, I married ont- -- --
; London Opinion. 1 I etter I t't. :
"Can she keew 5E'Cret?"

ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. A Hard Debt to Pay. I "No, but she cj&i keep a cook, and" Now is the Time to Visit the
, : that's something \ brag about. -
', LITE: OAK. ; FLORIDA. "I owe a debt of gratitude that can
;, Detroit Free l ess. .
Iris|faetia i.aD the eourta of the State. Spee- never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark,
Wau.tIOII liven to Conveyances. Collection Westfleld, Iowa, "for my rescue t
t(fat..Eta AU business promptly attend- I lie Charitable
rf* from death, by Dr. King's New Dis Jamestown Exposition
NOTAIY Pueuc STAT.AT LABGB.DR. covery. Both lungs were so seriously to jour horses as well as to yourself.You ,

affected that death seemed Immin- need not suffer from pains of

ent, when I commenced taking New any sort-your horse need not suffer
Discovery. The ominous dry, hack 1 Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.The .

t Physician and Surgeon. ing cough quit before the first bottle ment. It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts -

Bakersfield, Mo., writes: "I
Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. was complete used, and cure.two" more Nothing bottles has madea ever have used your Liniment for ten War Path, :=: air Ship, :=: Naval Display,

Residency at Ethel Hotel. years and find it to be the best I
equaled New Discovery for cough,
if.a--ORle.,IVs 168.J.ioIeace. I have ever used for man or beast.
colds and all throat and lung com I ,
Noa.23 will interest and instruct Do
or 1SS. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. novdwoyutbority. you. not
Drat Stora(BareUrU Groover) Na 16- plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & I
Groover druggist. 50c and $1.00. j fail to go at once. For beautifully illus-

Gl3.ows. F. E.TUOMASON Trial bottle free. nov-dw I;, Customer\-'Erof waiter. wot the trated folder containing maps, discrip-

BROWN & THOMASON It is aston\hiifgly easy to convincea I J dickens is this J a or coffee t tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to

man of sonVthing of which he j Waiter-DlayiedNjf I know, I'mleaving

ought not to ire\'on\'lnced. !i this week.: \lly Sloper. FRANK C. BOYLSTON

TlireN Xo \',4'I
--- DeNVitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel i;
','tmou. r : : FLORIDA. Salve is healing and soothing. Good ( talking, you can't beat llerbine for District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. \

for piles. Sold by Live Oak Drug I the liter. The greatest regulater

L. A. CRAWFORD, Company. nov-d ever offered to suffering humanity. If
you suffer from liver complaint, if

PUBLIC, STENOGRAPHER. Some of Tin-in. I you are bilious and fretful, its your I ATLANTIC COAST LINE .

Office Upstairs, "Don't >"oir\thir c it is dreadful for liter, and llerbine will put it in itsproper ,

Citizens Bank Building, society to be t\K"lg up any of these condition. .\ positive cure for I

,,4\'IOAK esoteric oriental Ideas? Constipation, Biliousness, Dyspepsia THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE. I
-:- -:- FLORIDA.
'-- ; "Oh, but the /mental rugs are perfectly -j and all ills due to a torpid liver. Try I

lovely!"/-Baltimore American.He !:a ottle and you will never use anything .
tftliillililli!!! !:! '!!'Ih!!! !!!! I !!I Idwl..illjt !!!!!!:!!!!!!!!!!,::::::::: IIIIIIIIIIIU::
T J. LYLE else. Sold bj Suwannee Drug I
Fought at (Jetty-burs. Company. nov-dw.1 I Ier.- -- v'as
II .\ There neu-r a woman who 4a
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Praitical"TCHMAKER' David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y.. IMajiug: Buth ":IHI.. 'This is a trim tft 'condition to be I would admit the/luan she was in love i

AND foot at Gettysburg, writes: with wasn't a Hen s.
JEWELER who lost a KniekerDe: understand the in. How muclnoney did you ,
35 "Electric Bitters have done me more II squander" I
year's experience first principles o politics? I''
medicine I ever took. whufiVill Cured of Hright'it l iMase.Mr. .
Coal good than any "My dear, you learn
stock of Watches always on hand.NEYAF1o I Bocker--No.Je\plats with alarmand :
--- For several )ears I had stomach views witpride..- f'w"ork that pleasure sW uld\\'\-:' be put on Robert O. Burke Blaora, N.
trouble, and paid out much money I c'mercial baA?"- un Francisco
SIlB Y., writes: "Before I started to useFoley's
for medicine to little purpose untilI I I! Call. / V Kidney Cure I had to get up i

fOLEY'S began taking Klectric Bitters. 1 Pneumonia Follows a Cold from twelve to twenty times a night

I would not take $500 for what they I but never follows the use of Foiey'sHoney Best remedy for mothers to use is and I was all bloated up with drops

have done for me." Grand tonic foi I and Tar. It stops the cough, KettMd's laxative Cough Syrup It and my eyesight was so impaired I

the aged and for female: weaknestes. I I heals; and strengthens the lungs ant tastes nearly as good as maple sugar, 1 could scarcely see one of my family
: Great alterative and body builder; it contains BO opiates. Sold by Live
prevents pneumonia. City Phar across the room. I had given up
TAR\ sure cure for lame back and weak: macy. nor. Oak Drug Co. aov-d hope of living. when a friend recom- ',!

kIdneys Guaranteed by Barclay & --- mended Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50 I

Groover druggist. SOc. Buttdw'Rdripr.'cily. i'j. to 1 ate. -U .Y" ... ijArt.. cent bottle worked wonders and before -

I -: The original "Yes. Brown\s ways getting the "Mamma, har "you any objections I had taken the third bottle the
, dropsy had gone, as well as all other
cart before the se to my going tyrnke woman's dab?
I "I- \'(>n' fatfcer thinks he has therineht symptoms of Bright's disease." City
TlYE "My dear bojKdon't be archaic; "But. my/fcarAyou don't need it
cough remedy In Ibe w rld. nov-dw
baby Pharmacy.
nowadays we s getting the smell ,yet. Wait until Ipu. are Married.
I "and .
answXffl the CYNIC, I .
I h.. "Yes: Life. I-Life.
Colds throat before the automobile. -
:; );0 opiatu. lung I once in a whil$ but not nearly so 1'tiaiine H"hit..

'Y1; fa ntrybody, Sold Non-alcoholic.everywhere. often a baby gl'w X up to thick It has Take some-good-reliable and safe 1'anC'inI'rou's Fatal "What's tbE matte.dear?" asked
The the test X hers te the,
genuine one KODOL for dYlpepsla. iud *ietbwalte. "You
like Mrs. <
digestant young
i 1':5: worldWafchtngtoiTStar.. I II Many men aDd women catch colds
JfONEYwidTARIsin the best remedy known today to beV joy ing cigarat
I KODOL Is J don't seem your
*, package. Kef at dances which terminate in pneumonia -
y-1- u!e substitutes.lt for heart burn, bekhins and all 1 all "
and eoD.amptioa.lter exposure -
,iPrtP3red Is Xu Ut'3"01lI
; only ty There troubles arising from a disordered I "No It's a ver> door one. I paid
Comaany if Foley's Honey and Tar U
III thin,
! C\cage. be
why baby should It pleasant to take and for it, too."
: jour digestion. is i i and 10 cents
taken it will break up a cold noserious
& .. Pare Food- and- Drug Law I fretful during the night. Worms babies. are It affords relief promptly. Sold by. I''I results need be feantl. Refuse Wby don\ you tau it bock and
the cause of thin sickly Live Oak Drug Co. nov makf\ tli'-in exc'.atiire ifT I would"
I Irt,pleased I shouldbe I II II II II I any but the genuine IB a yellow I
to announce that that health baby .
" *fi is natural a I < .u." :: ":dHerad.The
.Bossy and Tar for coughs, fat and sleep well. If your baby I l'olitkbuu.
. I l'rnlatbly a
We hare secured the agency
\bTlJ troubles is not affect- ; does not retain its food. don't esIKjriment I I Postmaster of Gasconado. Mo.
tkeNatlonai Tourist-XApr that you know me, .Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new
Pure Food and I : wilt colic cures and other I I-aniel A. Bugh says. "I cannot sa>'
$1 aa It chief, and sindB Jne Indians namepeople i laxative that makes the liver lively!
c, < contains no opiates medicine, but try a bottle of White'sCream I I too much for your Kidney & Bladder
: aprropriVely. what would purifies the breath, cures" headache
e UnufUl
I drugs, and we re- Vermifuge, and >ou will soon i I 1'11!:, I feel like a new man" DcK' -
-f1\ II a safe remedy for : fe your baby have color and laugh as th-\, tall nif' / "vriutt .ird' regulates; the d1e'tion' ar I U;" !-."' .tn Jbt iron JawHnd'an: I If no got < ires bronic constipation' Au-
\ adults. City Phar- i it should. Sold by Suwannee nov-dw'Drug,I cuss word --. hicagoews about if City Pharmacy dw !_j L.VJ O::& Drug Co. nov-d ,'

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ssessssesesse -
11. M. WOOD, Chairman finance Com. '
BARTON, President.
E. J. BLUME, 1st Vice-President. J. B.
I; D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President .

3 Capital and Stockholders Liability 5100,000.00. '





The Varsity Overcoat :


you want to see and wear a stylish over-
( ( coat; one with a lot of snap in it; one that

w'ti ; 1 you'll take constant pleasure in ownI I

ing and wearing, just drop in here

\ =t=-1 t: fft1 and look at our Hart Schaffner & I
( /
: r Marx Varsity overcoat.

; i -.1 Our line of suits are complete.

..AV- >--": --- '.;<*C. < .' 1 They are the kind you see on all well -

r, //? : . dressed men. We have them in both

{ -t : =' :: y(= Men's and Young Men's in Greys, :

: K-- Y., Browns, Blacks and Blues, in fact .

LT all the the latest fabrics the market

i11iH -:-$ can produce, $12.50 to $30.00.We .

I are sole Agents for Paragon Pants and Boyden Shoes. I II

# ; $4 I


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{ Copyright 1907 by Hart Schatfner & Marx Live O al<, = Florida.Live .

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H Manufacturers of II I Ilil I
F 1 C
1 Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights i is' t IW fri CLOTHESI]
Power and :
Turpentine: ; FOR BOYS.
Electric Lighten any part of the city furnished for a In cJ I II
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. ; Q I In buying clothing for boys, some people think
Electric -Day and night current-for manufacturing -; 2 just old him
power I any thing will do, if it will protect
purposes. I II E ; t from the weather
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have ?"?-l ,4 t ,
cial attention, and all orders promptly filled. : You couldn't practice poorer economy when
We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and Inl ; you buy that kind of clothes for boys. Put your

flooring.: -Come- -- -and get our prices.- _h -.-. il! money in the best you can buy.
Auctioneering of all and every-'any tax payer shall pay during the I 1111
thing at the Auction House of It. W. month of December, shall be alloweda I i GOOD ALL-WOOL MATERIAL
If discount therefrom of one per ri
I Price & Co. every Saturday. your
want it, we have It. and at your own ceatum thereof. I 101 f3 J : .
price, provided it is better than the Any U\ paid on or upon the first fly' ; with good, honest tailoring, good trimmings, fitd I
Come around every day of January shall for the purposeof "
other fellows' and
: style, and
Saturday and see.t the additions aforesaid b<> regarded you pleased.
d16t R. W. PRICE & CO. as paid on the la tday' of the II iEl! : These are the kind of Boy's Clothiug we have I
teeth in which it is paid. If- ..
Xut irt" i J. X. MEEKS. inIK . .;. .-. . ..: for you. Come in and let us Fit Your Boy. I
Tax Collector Sawanaee County. Fla.dwky I
To the several tax payees of Suwannee I
County. Florida: I in
In accordance to Section 41, of : GENTSFURNISHER.
\ P.i-liable Remedy fur ("roup. 8. J. WHITE
Ida.' Mrs., S. Kot inthal,of Turner. Mu .
for collection igan say: \Ve have ud C'ham'.Jcrlain's ,
Tex Books are now open
Cough Medicine for ourselves!
of taxes for the year \ D. 1907.
and children for several years and I
The law provides that any tax payer -
who shall pay taxes' during the like it very much. I think it is the Live Oak;, __ Florida.
month of November, shall be allowed only remedy for croup and can highly I
by the Tax Collector therefrom, a discount and if clay recommend& Groover it.and" all For druggists.sale by Bar-nw '''I m4 i .-.r..ra.rw..w..w.- ---------...--...w..vw++-w...-___________==
centum -----
of two per