Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 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: UF00075905:00179
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f =: Fisherman In Hoat Has Tlxnllmg KIxrieiMe \-

ESTABLISHED, and I) 'atll.(.love 'all for COMING TO LIVE OAK

Sanford, Fla., No?. 12.-\esterday
( morning, about 1 o'clock, as Frank

t Cordelia an Italian fisherman was I
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Itificates are Issued- -They will Stimulate entering one of the boats of the !| _

: Busi- | Florida Fish and Produce Company, I(I'Will bring with him the Hon. Wm. G. .Smith of

lantern in hand, the boat auddl"nlyI '

rand are Good for Taxes and Purposes took fire from the lantern, beingfilled I the United States Department of Agriculture.

with gas. The unfortunate man .,

was soon covered in the flames, and I i'

" another page will He round a | I i I leaped Into the water by which act k 1 //
locality, as if they had the governk
I The Democrat is in receipt of a let courtbou ?. 'Evet-y /arfcer in the
i addressed to the.banking In- went stamp them. I|I undoubtedly ,saved his life. As it I ,,
upon They are he ter from Han. Frank Clark under thfe county should tr te here. It Is
: nufcms of.Live Oak, signed by the backed by ample I! was badly burned about the : *
ffiitou merchants and business men securities and the I neck, head and face, also his body. !of the 11th Inst., in which he hai I I very rareauthority the c e that such an
banks are
thoroughly able to take
hearing the : graciously offered the farmers ana n cultural matters
them to devise Other report of exploding -
city, asking carte of emery dollar of the issue. '
'pas gasoline, and seeing the. !business men of Suwannee county a\ comes to urjsEction. His speeches
the Issuance .pf Clearing
for The
thing to do is if
This' ttng you any- flames, rushed to the scene. Cor ella treat in the'shape of an address from] are hlghl Instructive and will doubt-
request was
goose Certificates. to bell
not because bring along and if was taken out of the water, and the lion. Wm. G Smith, of the department ess be feat value to all the ,
banks they
< o( our purcha-sor
mlt your offers >rtifl-
you a ct I effort made' of Agriculture. Mr. Clark Uzens ythe county.
very to stay the flames
M unable (o meet the demands* up- cate, takeIt orJf ,
you and but advises us that they can be here '
but that*the finances of our they were not stopped until one onthe farmers talk this matter
ithev can certificate
get a instead of piece
a boat, the Ilaruey, be made more elastic,
Hty might of United States
EUrl"'ut'n go and pay sides of the Skipper Jack being burn- this offer in the name of our get flat a large crowd will be here
thereby rendering it more/easy toe debt with l
and other your us all hate ,, ea. This last one was taken out of citizens, and ;put-e promised that a tQt ear these prominent speakers on n
cotton comtaad -
confidence in the plan, and quit talking Imminent danger by Jim Harris who large audience will be here to greet that day. Every body knows what a
the better all of
ti, further their prepare business 1'0 much hard times and go to displayed great courage and daring, tbem. They will be here on Monday, speaker Frank Clark Is, and we will '

to hustling business, and pushing along as he 'vas in danger of being blownto the 25th inst., and will speak at the not let him off without a eoeech.
the -embarrassj
f without -
our enterprises with our usual hope
atoms by the -
explosion of gasoline.
finally incident to times ofliringency. I and enthusiasmith good whole XP. AUUFST OF XEcmO1l.R- \\ll\T TILLMAN THLNKS.
On the
Harney was a fivegalloncan
The batiks hates some confidence in each other and DKKKIt.Governor .

[ together, selected S. A. Ilinely, a courteous recognition of our.mutual flame of shooting gasoline, which exploded, the Bryan and Joe Cannon Will Be JUvalJ F
up perhaps 200 feet
t lib Wood and W. J. Ilillman as relationships, we are capable of tanking Into the air. / \ and hheriff Offer Rewards Presidential Nominees N t,

.R$, and formed a Clearing our times almost as good as we The Italian had about for Capture of Slayer of Year. '
$50 in cash
Association in answer (o the want them. \\tih our barns and Deputy F.dwards.
In his coat pockets which was burned. : Danville, III, NOT 12.-Interview an I '
made of them, and today the larders now full almost to the bursting
The burned boat had been loaded DeLand, Fla., Nov 12.-For the > today Senator Benja InI -
few certificates are in clr- and our stocks of I
goods, large with supplies for a trip up the river, arrest and delivery to the sheriff of Tillman of South Carolin4rde d
throughout town and
and and :
ample hundred.- of
our people and all was a total loss. olusia county, at any jail in the that President Roosevelt wilt DI no-
serving the purposes ofWh who only a few I
years ago were'orced state of Florida, of Henry Richards, cept a third term and that uric
in the hands of all who to live from hand to mouth- '
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HHSK\KLT W.\\TS 1'O1VEIt the negro who murdered Deputy Joe" Cannon, speaker of 'the house
fortunate enough to get now with nice bank accounts and '
: Sheriff W P. Edwards DeLandon of
near representatives will be the Republ -
|tf them. That their are as good with the bank deposits here in lAt
e To Buck the ('ol1tOratit>n" Without November 4, a reward of $250 will l lican nominee.
for dollar, as any green-liack Oak and indeed throughout
be promptly paid. | "Mr. Bryan" Tillman said
Waiting the Mr. ,
on Omrts
td I Uncle one
by Snm, no has entire State larger, perhaps than
Sheriff J. R. Turner, of Volusia I "will be the Democratic nominee
tfll tien.Jiu they ever were before in the history Washington Nov 11.-To o-
make county, offers $100 of this reward ; without a doubt. He is the greatest ;
uzer ints and business of the with all the execution of the (
country; our people anti-trust laws and Governor Broward '
has offered living Democrat and the proper JHan ito
ss anxl s to get them ,in at lace with each other, leading sure, prompt and effective President $150. entrust with the affairs of our

; f ac unts, or exchange sober, industrious Iftes.( \\hat groundhave Roosevelt desires that power be Sheriff Turner has gotten out a government. ,?+

as they were made of to become band lodged with the :
tte a Vf "cal executive department -
quantity of cards offerlig;the reward, The senator declared that the present
fold and we learn they gofient amity howlers?" Let no mkn among of the government summarily and
giving a good description of the financial situation need not
'pa of taxes, purchase I us lie guilty of such folly. Our po;. to stop the business of a big corpora negro, as follows worry the people.

kets, postage stamps ori abilities and'growing tion if it is found
are great, violating the la1i's.
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About 35 old
I years ; 5 feet 6 or 7 "This country, he said "has ,
t i one desires to use them n greater; That the bates ate stringent, lie proposes this as a means to inches high; dark ginger-cake color; reached a point in its. prosperity

i the payment of sub- but :;:> times avoid the delays and uncertainties .
we adirit, of
-.... medium build; weight, about 140 where financial flurries in the money
for the Democrat.) are needed :in. th -rnutse of events : court proceedings, and the almost impossibility .
:1 pounds; wears No 6 or 7 shoe; clean centers do not affec ic."

nobody think they Matt and alafin lTy rvvalt la a blessing I : of enforcing court degrees haven when last seen; has pleasing

'a nest" because "fliey to the people. They. 'omf'.1i a check even when once secured.
r a|earance. His father Alexander, CALL 'O1; \l'ct. .
be able to readily under-, to prodigality .and retelrous luxuries: In short he wants a plan of Federal Richards and his mother live in

't., expUla the philosophy of Uiej that injure both ntind and body, and charter or license, under which, Tampa. He has been in the employof 4-y-j.ire
lernocruty jQoMre t o Assemble -
JC"4 ty
j- begjn a series of knocklngsfew react in national debauchery. whenever the executive convinced the Wilson Cypress Company on on Vovoniber 30.

?? *** only stew among us *ho Let us thank Clod who rules the that a corporation is violating law, their pull-boat on the St. Johns river,,

4 the philosophy of _gm destinies of both men and nations for he may suspend it from the right to and has a brother-in-law, Will Waco, .JTexNo/ 12.-Congress i

aatiooal currency system; veI t the time of today' as lie orders them, continue business This plan of Bethune, who is at present workingon man R L. Jienc/ chairman of the

kste *5wFcrin confidence i4aloost n and, like one of old, with deep gratitude regulation has been suggested by thee a pull-boat near Palatka, on St. DemocratiCTaiOTs! of the National

lose our lives In'th e take courage, and press tim president to some influential callersof Johns river. Has also worked at House of Representatives, has Issued
K'tl. Issue." late. a call for UTe caucus to assemble in
i battles of our common industries to lakeland, Fla He originally came

:b -- House CVrtificatesTs 'a higher", nobler, and cleaner pro- It caused a decided sensation withat from Sumptet and vicinity of Maysville the Hou6 November 30 at eight

ygt* Nt Live Oak banking insti- peiity thane have ever enjojed; least one group of very prominent S. C., about five years ago. o'clock.

an M safe and sound for the for this is possible to intelligen men to whom it was addressed, and Mr Henry in answer to a ques-

p fa l which they have been Americans, and especially the nobl is said to have been greeted withsilence SKNTKNtKI: TO PRISON. tion stated that he would not be a

aN are being used in lid,t sons of Suwannee County, Horida. candidate for the minority leadershipof ,
Y the House in the Sixieth Congress. /" !
Former I'ostmasU-r and Registry /
A CANDID.\TK (CLAIUF1INO I.\SSts.: UKI.lIml.1'SStXGI:1t It IThS. Clerk Guilty of Kiiibezzlenient. II

John It. Rtetaop University:* !

*** Scat In Lower House ofKOT Gon'num'ntgl'nts Will IntotigatLouisiana Will lie \utomatically llcduced to Anniston Ala., Nov 12.James The Sunday Vesper service la the

gTeas. Methods. Two Cents Maximum. M, Ragan former postmaster, and big auditorium at Stetson University

12.-Hon. J. F C. New Orleans, La., Not 12.-To Frank Roberts, a former registry, is a power. A choir of fifty voices
Guthrie Okla., Nov. 12.-Passenger clerk in
UpaUebicoU. the Anniston
a member of determine whether the time-honore postoffice, with select soloists, with a grand

I; kiilsiature. and for years Louisiana method of clarifying sugarcane fares on all Oklahoma railroad pleaded guilty to embezzlement In pipe organ and piano, furnish the

prominent men in StateInterview molasses through the use of will be automatically reduced to a the United States district court here music. The President delivers the
maximum of 2 cents a mile by the
an- sulphur shall be permitted to continue today. Ragan was sentenced to servefive address. Mr. W. W Hamilton, the

will be a candidate Dr. II W Wiley, chief chemist statehood proclamation, in the opinIon years' imprisonment and pay a evangelist, Is to hold special religious

l from the Third district of the United States department of of Governor-elect C N. Hasklll fine of 3000. and Roberts was given meetings at Stetson soon. Then
Griggs "The low fare law goes Into effec t a sentence of
U eighteen months 1
I here on a business agriculture, left here today for Christian Associations-separate ones
tbiia hs immediately, he said. "The com- prison and a fine of $32$.
bad been considert Evergreen plantation. In the sugar for young men and young wom'eohave -

candidate did not de- belt, to conduct a series of experiments panies will have a chance to pretE'ntth Ragan Is alleged to have embezzledover more than 100 young people

yea entil he reached Pensa- I Since the pure food laws went (fr side to the corporation commission $3.000, and Roberts $184 of studying the Bible daily in the

,. salted with friends here into effect there has been a doubtwhether at any time." postal funds while In charge of the student's clubs
at Oklahoma railroad agents are o f postoffice' here
Judge Criggs into the the Louisiana method wa s'
bakes the opinion that 3 cent rates will be
} three candidates any longer legal New York lJ.e' .lccf|>ts Votes for,
L* o being continued in effect until new order Av ULTH: THE TKUIIKH
Congressman W, Premium*. /
are issued by' general
3 and passenge r
State Attorney J. The \\onnnV Club. fn tAe preset slAngeittf fa the
ik agents. No notice to1 that effect'! ha For .
<* s \\hipping His Son
both and Then Fld '
of whom The Woman's Club will meet Will
are now tart money market, f- ,accept notes '
i been received here yet.
f PjS, !dire campaign the Library' room on Saturday of Wet Palm Beach Fla; Vov ,a 1. for all*>r part of the,premium coming -

g 4 noon at three o'clock. I Because Professor E V James, dull on, life insurance Interest
TIDE: 1:11.1 l> KH'OUTU .
Oise The subject for the day Is: "His principal of the High School here, only 5 per ceDt.
Certificates (:dKNt.to .
tory of England." I had punished his boy In school J. B W: HELVEN8TON.Agpat ,
Intended to :MakelaUmut Dry '
announce to our Program: I O'Sullivan. a painter today assault New York Life I... Co.
October 1. 190$.
) ers and to the public "" illiam the Conqueror. His Accession Professor James as W wa leaving

I tee will be glad to to the Throne and Cdolt ralMontgomery.. Ala. Nor I-The: tbe school building shoved him bee k Tmhi J k ia)ffi. .
Clearantr 1Iou3eif iza'ion of Power' by Mr*. J. S house committee on temperanee to into the office and locking tbe door, Traffic was delayed for a ':r_.hUe

t their face Carroll. I' day reported favorably a bill eatita truck James under the right eye this morning to the Coast Llnefard.i

Of any goods atIn j "Goeffrey Chaucer.." by' Miss ilfor State prohibition, to go into effec and near tbe temple with a knife, by a box car Jumping the traek. A

settlement of any 'lIe Taylor. I October I. 190S Also a bill cal- In&fetlng a deep but not nif'CeNQrtlrdangeroua large force of men were put to work

General Discussion ins for an amendment to the con wound The ptofce are and
ae are anxious to I : It was soon in place without any
Current Events, bv the members i I stitatkm to be submitted to tbe peosearching for SulHvan (serious daamge.

I Hostesses: Mrs Grimshaw id : pIe at the next November election t 0

HARDWARE co. Mrs Carter. MRS H E CARTER put prohibition in the State constitlion. uOver 1! 2000 boys in our nation become I There are 12,000,000 young men

s" I I Corresponding Secretary, men every day .n i le t n.ted S atec, *
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any bring p o f a >* 2 :
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Petition bjr Merchants and IluxinevjMen. I stores Burnsed conducting a meat \\AXT A SOITHKKX MAN. fll\ ;iove moat interesting. The III It II .....

I market and Humphreys conducting a -- some oncers: have served the club :I:

: Lire Oak, Fla. Xov 11, 1907 restaurant. They had no trouble I Contention In Tennessee to Boom from its Inception Dr. Andrew Useful

,; : Citizens Bank, until last week and, on Saturday, I I Southern Candidate for Sledd. president Dr. E. R. Flint, i Gifts '

; First National Bank engaged in a quarrel over their children President. vice-president; Dr. C. L. Crow, secretary -

: Lire Oak Bank.GentlemenWe. which yesterday resulted in I and treasurer. f
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 12.-A state for the
the undersigned Burnsed placing Humphrey under a I The daily chapel exercises have bride sweet
convention of Democrats here today
I merchants and business men of Lire peace bond. been placed for the year in chargeof heart or relative. You
Inaugurated a movement for the nomination I
Oak respectfully petition the above Shortly after the bond was made,1 the Committee on Public Func- will find in the housed
of Southern Ikmocracy's
a man as
; banks to form a Clearing House Association the two men met and, according to I tions. This committee has added in-

___ and issue Clearing House information secured by Sheriff Wiggins candidate for the presidencyIn terest to the morning services by f J. D. RADFORD
190S Each delegate was instructed ,
; Certificates in order to revive trade of Polk count, Humphreys organizing a quartett to lead the
to work in the interest of sendinga
i =:,' and business generally. We agree drew a 38-calibre Iter-Johnson revolver singing. The quartett consists of Dr. ;r an array of gift-giv
delegation from Tennessee to toe
to accept same in exchange for mer and opened first upon Burnsed Schmidt, Lieut. Ball and Studenti I' ing goods, not only
National Convention that would vote
chandise or on account at face value: The latter coolly drew a Smith & Corbett and Rime. The accompanist .E beautiful but useful
first last and all the time for a
L M. Dixon. Wesson revolver of the same I is Student Jackson. The religious -
charac-I I Southern man, and an address to the :i: No matter which
J j Edwards Realty Co. ter and returned the fire. ,, exercises have been conducted up
Democracy of the nation was issued.
Ladies' EmporiuT, L. S. Harvard. fusillade of shots ended both principals < to the present by Doctors Stedd, way you turn some-
Only one name that of former
I. Surasky Brothers. were prostrate on the ground, Go,. James D. Porter-was mentioned Yocum, Crow and Farr, Major Floyd, f thing confronts! you

'I: J. L. Lee. Humphreys having sent a ball I in connection with the nomination.This and the Rev. Mr. Craig hill. each of + that will be just right

J. W. Hawkins.Suwanmpe through Burnsed's body in the De-Igh-I j; the professors above named served a
was greeted with applause but | DIAMOND
Hardware Co.. by R, EMcNejlL borhood of the liter, also one through i Gov Porter week at a time. In addition to the LOCKETS
t chairman of the convention -

,, "''/ his opponent's hand while he was | refused to countenance a discussion religious exercises, a twenty minutes': : BRACELETS

,1 t J ve Oak Sash & Door Qo/ \ shot in practically the same place inl talk is made every Tuesday morning.
along such lines.
I i,y I V. H. oodbread. \ the body b> Burnsed. The two men j Woodrow.91 iOn. president of Thee addresses have been made by | AND BROACHED

; W. )VestLyWhite. were given surgical attention as Doctors Sledd and
I' Crow. and the Rev. ::
Princeton University, was invited to all of the latest design.
Quickly as possible but both were be-I Mr Nixon and the Rev. Mr Craig- +
address the
convention, but declined
h ; ,IL Burns '& Co. yond human aid.Humphreys J hill.
; J I Gov. Patterson was a speaker and ; |I' Watch repairing done by
: M. Lazar from the statement of I The student body is'r much :I
expressed hearty sympathy with the I f
Butler-riros. Sheriff Wiggins, appears to have i elated over the good showing made : an Expert : :
movement. ..
U w./ Edwards.e been the aggressor throughout the by the foot ball i'
The address authorized by the convention team. Hardly recovered I i
Oak Publishing Company. I difficulty, forcing the duel Burn- I
''t' ,1: on declares that the Democratic from a victorious game with !! J. D.
LC. W. Rogers. bed. Both men leave families to 'the
I strong and
heavy tea mof Savan- j
party was born in the South: but that
I k S. Ingram & Co. mourn their tragic death.B. nab. the eleven RADFORD'I'j
this subject is approached in so sec- added fresh laurels Ii i ii :$I: |
Worth Stephens Co. Burnsed bad been a well-known to their
on November de-1
tional spirit.* It asserts that conditions i i i i 5 by +
E. J. Blume & Co. character in and about Tampa for eating Rollins *
College in
that made available candidatesfrom a very j IHHIHH"H"HHHmil>
Fla. Live Stock & Vehicle Co., by many years hu\ing lived near pretty and clean
the East t game. The first
no longer obtain, and ,i ,
S. B. Conner. Twent>-second street for a long time. that recognition of a Southern man '! scoring, a goal from the field was I --- --- --

; The Ilinely Stephens Co. lie and his sons Bob and Will have made by Rollins.
would In the first half I
emphasize the unity of the na- j Beautiful LineNew
Mays Bros. frequent engaged in fights with Rollins seemed to outplay the Universjiy.
lion The !
fidelity with which the -
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Geo. Wolfe. other parties at and near the mln-I I South has adhered to the Democratic; 'L in the second nail, bowe'erI

Live Oak Manufacturing Co. ole saloon for which they have !,'! the University played with hand-painted China suitable
Cause is pointed to to establish the : more snap
:?, Geo. E. Porter. arrested. In the difficulty that caused I 1'assertion made that "the Democracy and succeeded in making a touchdown I i for wedding and Christmas pre -

b. W. Helvenston. his dea h and that of his antagonist I! and in ents.
, s of the South is entirely free from the dropping the ball over

The Hair Hardware Co. however, he appears, to have been in domination of corporate Interest and the goal from the field thus making Skirts chilnden's ooats, b&

; E. S. Tullock.J. the right. I predatory wealth" the final score 9 to 4 in favor the dress goods and laces a specials

W. Cobla.Operators' l Standard patterns, fashion! l.
I It makes the claim that "In loadership. !' Dh"erslty. The visiting team was
Cooperage Co. II.VU TKOUSLIITII illS ilm. j entertained that sheets given away each monti.Ladies' .
war, statesmanship and evening by the
Davis Grocery Co. and children's under "
literature, the South is not behind : students. AeordJng to her usual
G. A. Lyon. And Miullled OIT IIU Mortal j wear New line corsets.
I other sections I custom., Mrs. Farr
and at this particular' presented a very
: L. Julian Efird.J. Coil In Tampa :
time we have Bten equal to the best handsome cake, marked "Football MRS. C. W. BACHE Prop. j

C. Fletcher. Tampa, Nov. 11-William K.I' that the past has produced." Rollins vs. University," to the winning -
; D. L. Palmer.J. Kersey of the Kersey Lumber Cornperry '! I II team. n, I., PHnu', ;,_ ...___"u__ L... ._.t."f. tn i tiliia
-"" icuviupuuu, uui si d'" -
C. Baisden. Atlanta, Ga., committed suicide |'IIII State I'nhersity Notes. : Chairman of Committee on Pub-: of 5 per cent. an aggregate IIICftJf
Barclay & Groover.
Suwannee his roomat, *tbe HHlboro hotel < Gainesville Ia., Xo11..-The i! licit,. of $400.00.000 would haTe ben
Drug Co.
.... .. this morning by taking twenty-five Athenaeum\ Club, a literary and possible, and $:!00.000,000very 1'cu.'I
tl ;) J. unite.
grain of morphine.Mr. i social) society, composed of members ltn for Objtttion.i likely have ben Issued. n

City. E.Pharmacy.F. Thomason. Kersey left letters to his buin | of the Tniverstiy faculty and of the I i I: Fond Mother-W it ly don't you like people would have carried to th*!

M partner I. I). Campbell. 60 Neal Experiment I Ii I your roommate *
H A. Blackburn.E. Station staff, began with at college, Reginald sue deposit vault or taken too*

A. Burdick.J. street Atlanta: to his father J. W. [ the college the third year of its existence The professor told me he would be a concealment a national bank spurn

Kersey Dillon :S.: C.. abel0 Miss good W
This club companion for and
D. Radford.J. i meets oa alternate you because he readily as gold ietiflcates.!
Francis Timmermaa. of this city, and I Fridays 30 studies so hard
ate : p. m. and adjourns safe
H. Tucker Jr. I would have been ;u-t as
J. B .Buchanan., left a list of persons he wished aottl acording to an article IB the I!, Young Collegian-Hut. mother, he "I do not bt.'Jit'i; IT; ponlik p

'- of his death. including Atlanta I constitution not later uses so many sesquipedalian bail dcgllateral
;I Gary A. Hardee. than tea : words. make an elastic i ir; a.
" newspapers. + o'clock At every meeting Fond Mother-That .. wou.dte I *
J. B. Barton & Co. a paper is I II settle it, my secure !

i Byrd & Barton When informed of the suicide of I read b> some member, who has beeR son I don't want you to be contaminated practicable to ,..-.' .t.' .' governs

Kersey Miss Timmerman. a pretty given; at least three months' b>' association cooitao*
notice of
I A. Lee Humphre I anybody pan upon th w.:\ :,1
young woman. 17 years of age, faint- The delivery of the who uses such dreadful of dret:*
F. Rubenstein. paper must not language. paper dep i a ;, :)5t.3'
ed. They were to have been married :I consume more than Baltimore American. 4:14.
thirty minutes. d
Lion, aad' l..n\ wu-: .
Live Oak Brokerage & Commission
Company. several mouthy ago, but Kersey was '', Every person present at a meeting quite as .' u't! bond

inked IB a runaway accident in Atlanta I whether member or visitor has the JIi:. MI.1W Ills KKMKDY.: which to a* .i. "t lia' OISUtDl

and when taken to the hospital right to discuss the orb
/ 'TIIElilLum I paper in a fire the money :i 1 i :.' ro to
: ILU'Il OJHKIl. I asked friends to write Miss Timmer- minutes Former .. I
speech, the discussion .s cref.. until
ending r ur '
) Treasury TelU loa for thE r.'..,- :sue
man and inform her of the accident !, with rt
a rebuttal Hmv
adverse criticisms : to Male ha II I their:
CurrencjNe pave j-
j j s Two nuoinNIt.u in lH>Ik County The friend who were trusted to by the reader of cash rt
the ,
evening.| Eb..tic. .er:
.. source an : ;
R the Death Itecauv "
Fight to vend the : -
news to Miss Timmermaa 09
lar me club has met three tines they ):r
, Their Children yuarreUxl.Tampa 1 I failed to do so, and,when the weddingday I this year. The.f.rt paper was rend Former*' Haven Conn, Nov. 11,-.; sources at )1'h" t:d" J .hck':

1! ( News, 12th.) arrived, Secretary of the nothing av
and Kersey failed to appear -, by Prof H. S Faweett. and was en Leslie Treasury ', ;,,nulls
Mulberry, Polkcounty, was jester- the girl believed him false and I' Shaw was the guest of honor secure curt j' ,
' h sand principal "Of cour H.. 1 ,.nomshond:
day the scene of an exciting duel the engagement was broken off. [+Path- I speaker at the .....1 lIncOJJa' 'i
be hs:
r which resulted in the death of both Kersey to J. chamber of commerce permitti o :
r came Tampa a few days I \ Fair read a paper oa "Geoffrey night dinner here to- additional 1Iitl101lt
vn FI
16 principals-B. Burnsed for many ago. hat failed to effect a reconcila- : of Moumouth." The third I 1 of
I ;
paper entitled In -(I''T
the of
r. years a resident of Tampa. and lion This it is supposed, caused the'' "Nature Study in Schools judgment of Mr. Shaw the consent I" adds
was i >
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Robert Humphreys who lived at suicide. He lived only a short time'after read by Prof. John M Scott weakness of the American cjirrencjcirculation ,:
Bradentown prior to removing to i t being found by hotel attaches'in next meeting will be held monetary system is that Ute currency [ IJ 1'-"
on November is ,
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non-elastic bonds c'a' ;' >
r Mulberry. Humphre died an hour his room. The body is being held 15. when Lieut L. K. Ball will not respond ; that its volume does have, tU- n iid! pi3S1t

after being shot. while Burnsed who awaiting instructions from, his rela- present his views on "Our Philippine to changing and the "use JlOa.1a
went to Mulberry several months ago, Problem." varying needs of trade. noticed ml i "
tives. Kersey resided at 67 Ogb- i iI' The papers hare been said in Mr. Shaw WI"- .._re uJtif ;
lingered until an early hour this
I uniformly of .
I' great interest
thorp avenue Atlanta; was 39 Tears' and have I Had the it '
morning. 9 j aroused spirited, discussions national banks been

,'J. I For some time Burnsed and Humphreys -;;' of age and was. a aesshis' of the Lieut Ball has served IB the Philip As to issue additional circulation --- --- r ..-

have occupied adjoining I, secret" -orders., iI i pines the next paper will undoubt- I < .apital equal without to 50 a per deposit cent of their fOLEY JIONEYA.1P1J J,

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: q ,. Justice J. Hilton Baker, Jr., at once City Council on the 6th day of November -

impaneled a jury. The body was A. D. 1907, and the same Is

viewed and the Jury proceeded to the hereby certified to the Mayor for his -

courthouse to take evidence. The approval.

jury failed to agree, and was dismis- Witness my hand and the seal of

sed. McClelland stated that the sail said City this 6th day of November, ?t "

or came to the depot in an intoxicated 1907. 1

condition and was quarrelsome, S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. ';

that the shooting was in self-defense. Examined and approved by me this I

November 7th, A. D. 1907.

t Well Known Seed Man )>>t>al1. J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor. :t

FftflT PHI c1i1 Detroit:Mich., Nov. 11.-Dexter -- "'ii'.

r : yI M. Ferry, Sr. head of the well known ORDINANCE Xo. 60.

seed firm of D. M. Ferry & Co., was An ordinance imposing a penaltyon
found dead in bed members
today by 2
physicians for failing to report to

of his family. Heart disease was the the Mayor of the City tof LIve Oak, _
By universal testimony Red Rock cause of death.
certain Infectious or contagious diseases :

Fruit Punch has been coming within his practice '/ :
awardedthe Leter to II. J. Morris within said City. ,

palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and" Live Oak, Flu. BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor Rj;

'", success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordancewith Dear Sir: Josh Billings never said and City Council of the City of Live
anything truer than this: "Suckse:
the following: Oak, Florida: ,
duz not konsist ov never makin Section 1.-Whoever, being a licensed -

FORMULA blunders, but in not makin the same or practicing physician within
(Quantity Sufficient for "
Twenty-Five Guests) wun twist. the City of Lire Oak, Florida falls \
8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE! N. H. Watkins of Lott, Texas had to report immediately to the Mayor
4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE his house painted some years ago
& of said City every case of yellow fever -
1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES and it took 13 gallons of what he small pox cholera, dlptheria,

Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar, believed to be paint; he bought It scarlet fever, and scarlitina that

allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the for paint, and it looked like paint, comes within his practice, within said

pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add the painter said it was paint city, shall be punished by a fine of

the four quarts of Red Rock. lie has had it painted again; it not exceeding Five Hundred ($500) T,

took 7 gallons Devoe.It Dollars, or by imprisonment not ex-

cost $65 before; now $35. ceeding ninety (90) days, or both

He knows it is painted now, and such fine and imprisonment, at the

--- he's got that $30 in a safe place. He's discretion_n__ _____ of__ the___ _Mavor.__. ___
4IO 1 1 1 t got his knowledge in a safe place, Sec. 2.-Tbat this ordinance shall
WILL (TUK 1111LU3i.1TIS'1.Noted :
F Phone c.larl{ & CO ::111.I Authority (;Jives a Simple too. Yours truly become effective immediately upon its '
: 158 158 t Home-Made Itemedfor Kidney 39 F. \V. DEVOE & CO. passage by the Council and approved

t. BROKERSCotton :: and Madder Trouble. our P.paint.S. Suwannee Hardware Co. d-w sell by Attest the: Mayor.

< This is a simple home recipe now ----- S. P. MAYS, C. H. BROWN,

t Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Provisions, being made Known in all the larger OUIHXAXCH XO. 6.n .. City Clerk. Pres. Council. -

J DIPECT PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL LEADING EXCHANGES. : cities through the newspapers. It Is '
.\ ordinance in relation to the I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the Cityof
I If OmCES: EuSala.Ala., Jacksonville, Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Lake I intended to check the many cases of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby cer-
t City, Live Oak, Quincy, Mariana and Madison, Florida.J .1 rheumatism kidney and bladder public health and to prevent the tify that the foregoing Ordinance, No.

Suwannee Drug Co, Building, Live Oak, Florida. .* trouble which have made so many spread of certain contagious and In- 66, was regularly passed by the City
" cripples and invalids and weaklings fectious diseases in the City of Live
; OC t h iOC vE 904C? GrCn Y? it+i-W v'e sy Council on the 6th day of Novem-
I ; of of and Oak, and providing penalties.BE .
some our brightest strong-
ber, A. D. 1907 and the same Is here-
--. ----- i' IT ORDAINED by the Mayor
1/11:Ilfll! !11I1I1f lImlll!I i III 111I1111111111:mill:1111111111 III eat people. by certified to the Mayor for his ap-
i 1 The druggists here have been and City Council of the City of Live

ENE notified to supply themselves with Oak, Florida: proval. hand the seal oX
Witness my and
Section Whenever any case of
if the ingredients, and the sufferer will said city this 6th day of November
have no trouble to obtain them. The yellow fever, small pox, cholera, dip- A. D. 1907.

/_ H. B. CREECH Prop. ti prescription is as follows: Fluid Extract theria, scarlet fever or scarlitina' S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
Dandelion, one-half ounce; shall develop or exist In the city of
x Examined and approved by me,
At Hingson's Old Stand] Live Oak, the patient, and all members -
Compound Kargon one ounce, and this November 6th, A. D. 1907.
Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla' of the household exposed to the J. B. JOHNSON Mayor.
; Fresh meats both Western and Florida. .1 shall ,
same be immediately placed
; three ounces Mix b>' shaking well I

Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables | in a bottle The dose is one teas- under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector Special" Master's Sale. "' ..
4 A SPECIALTY.Cash.. I spoonful after each meal and at bed- under the direction of the
I I' time.I Mayor and Sanitary Committee of Pursuant to a final decree of fore-

r TerITls I But unless you go to the trouble said city, and the house where such closure, dated Oct. 9th 1907, for the

I j I:I :;IIImm:=mmnmmllll1I: ; WImll:::! :::: iI:III:::;11I I::Imlll 1:11: j to ask the druggist for the Dandelion patient shall be, must be quarantinedas sum of $1794.48 principal and the

Lt and Sarsaparilla separately, and then effectually as practicable, and dan- sum of $190 Solicitor's fees and the
in the cost, made and entered in the Cir-
ger signals form of red flags
j buone ounce Kargon Compound, in
WE CARRY shall be placed around such infected cuit Court of Suwannee County. Florida -
an original (unopened package
( house houses in that certain cause therein
or quarters, and all
: plainly printed Guaranteed No. 10S
,- the inmates thereof, exposed to infection pending wherein, The West, Flynn &
under National Drug Law, and mix I
Grain Hay Flour Meal Coffee Sugar Rice be and Harris Company is complainant, andJ.
:i the Kargon with the other Ingredients they are hereby re-

Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can !' at your home, you had better quired'to remain in such infected I E. Davis and W. E. Davis as copartners ,,
house. houses or quarters or within doing business under the
Goods : not use this effective prescription at
\ Paper Bags, etc., in I such infected district as may be under firm name of Davis Bros., and LiddieM. !
all It be than useless,
may ,
i Will keep on hand most of the winter, Apples, perhaps e"pn., harmful and >'ourmone I quarantine, until such time as Davis, the wife of J. E. Davis are

they shall be able to produce a cer- defendants, and wherein, I, the undersigned -
Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges.We > wasted Under no circumstances -
tificate from was appointed Special
some practicing ph'slclan -
accept the prescription all
have on hand now several cars of flour' that all danger of infection is Master to execute said final decree; ii

and can make you some close prices this week for cue ready for prepared offering nor It to accept yoU that any t'x-I past and that the infected house,i I therefore I will, on the first Monday *

cash. houses or quarters, and. their contents in December, 1907 same being the
Purchase separately the Kargon
I have been thoroughly disinfected -I 2nd day of December, during the
When in need of anything in our line call on orWrite Compound No. 1K Guarantee, as explained or until such time as the State i legal hours of sale, at the town of
:, above, and mix these three iOngma.uy
for Board of Health shall have taken Peacock Florida in Suwannee coun-
us prices. ingredients at home yourself, or don'tuse I
charge of and raised such quarantine; ty., sell at public auction to the ;
and at all.
Thanking our customers for past patronage provided, that this prohibition may I highest and best bidder therefor, for
Recent experiments, even in severe
soliciting a share of your future orders, hospital cases, prove this simple mix- not apply to any individual adult i cash, the following described property -

member of the'family who produces :I to-wit: One twenty-barrel still ,,'
We are ture the remedy for Rheumatl..m.hE'Caust' ,
a certificate from some practicing and fixtures set up at said Peacock, i
of its positive action upon physician that such member has not I Florida. Terms of sale cash. Purchaser !

: UrcM: Brokerage & Commission Co. neys.the eliminative It compels tissues these of most the vital kid- been exposed to infection and that to pay for title. '

there is no danger of such member J. B. JOHNSON
organs to filter from the blood and I !
communicating said disease. Special Master.

OLD:A. c. L. FREIGHT DEPOT '* system acid which the are waste the Impurities cause of rheumatism. and uric- Sec. %.-That any persons violatingany I KAY, DOGGETT & SMITH,

\ ---- -- ----- of the above provisions of the Jacksonville, Fla.
their head- It cleanses the kidneys, strengthens -
J tmr Merchant invited to make our office
are I preceding section shall be fined not Solicitors for Complainant.
.tten while in the city. them and removes quickly such
--- : exceeding five hundred DwkylmoNOTICE.
symptoms as backache, blood disorders -
bladder weakness frequenturination I or imprisoned not longer than
I ninety days, or by both such fine and .
painful scalding and discolored
imprisonment, at the discretion of the Notice is that the
0 urine. It acts as a powerful hereby given
Mayor, and in addition, such
stimulant to the entire kidney and person physicians of the Suwaanee County
shall be isolated under guard until ,
Madder structure, puts new life into Medical Association will place all
such time as a practicing physicianmay I
them and invigorates the entire their past due aecou: ta in the bands
certify that danger from Infec- :
tractMl tion is past. jof' the association's special agent for
the ingredients, states a well- I'
See. 3.That physician who collection if not satisfactorily set-
PURPOSES known local druggist are of vegetable any
FJpokLii/ December 1, 1S07.j .
shall willfully make any false certificate I tied by
extraction making it a safe and
under the provisions of this ordinance -
harmless prescription! at any time KIJ PilU.
I. 1/ j Williams' .f'1
The "ChIARTER"itIL Those who suffer and are accustomed upon conviction by the Mayor .
shall be punished' by a fine, not exceeding i! Have you n gl!cted your Kidneys* x
to purchase a bottle of patent
Gasoline Engines five hundred dollars or im-i: Hue you overworked your nervous
medicine should not let a little Inconvenience -
prisoned not longer than ninety day, I! system and caused trouble with your
Will furnish at a tntl;up} cost for interfere with making
power or both such fine and imprisonment, : klllDeI and bladder? Hate you pains
:No uignurr required. Everyfarmer this .
every purpose.can utili .- The "lli-irtcr" in a tkwcnwajs. up.Sailor at the discretion of the Mayor. j! in loins, side back, :roils and bladder -

We lime tliem ill any, horse I".wrr. Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall Have you a flabby appearance
We are the largest dealers in Honda and. Killed l>y \VaUlirnan.Fernandina. take effect immediately upon its passage -i| of the face, especially under

,t can liuppluur also sell :Marine wants Knjtiiies r.t a:sa\ing; :Motor to >ou.We Boat Nov 12.-About midnight : by the Council and approval by e)es? Too frequent a desire to pass ri<

L/ Supplies,; Pipes; Fittnik's.'. d,'. last night Dan McClelland, the Mayor.Attest urine? If 50, Williams' Kidney Pills tit
Write for beautiful, illustrated catalog, watchman at the Seaboard depot : I Mil curs you-at DrUg :Bt Price 50c.

No. shot and mortally wounded John .\. S. P. MAYS C H BROWN Williams' Manufacturing, Co., Props., '

Xros: a sailur from the schooner City Clerk Pres CouncIl. : Cleveland! O Sold by Suwannee .,
ENGINE Chug S ore, apr-lJl s
FLORIDA GAS Julia A Trubee moored at the Sea- I. S P Mays. City Clerk of the t -

AND SUPPLY CO. board pier unloading cement. Aros I i City of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby \f
is what gets a man into ,
TAMPA FLA was given prompt medical attention, II certify that the foregoing Ordinance, trouble and then shows him the '

but be died today about 11 o'clock.I INO. 6T, was regularly passed by the t way out of It again. y.

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WILL MARK TIIIXCS Lt1tI .*1 ters, and k*xf to:hta- clement up l I -f--4 > 9 'I 9- $----f __-stii .
,.. ; The Stockton gubernatorial: aadJdacy "';!North an n us* tvr t\tt"f) tentllat-
:: 5 :; Is making more stir than any: lag their petrified p,,,,, :tie ., lstst I
t ; Published every Afternoon : !ii
: t. Except Sunday.
'. !! ence =

1; fl I
,CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and M'j'r. *
ets enthusiasm, which accounts for

: ardor with which we are pushingNational ,
w Entered at the rosioffice, Live Oak, : \
Florida., as Second Class Mall Matte -
:. November 7, 1905. I Fif.st 4

I Bank.11
t THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY j ji : rd i is thrown around
i ;}!
inspected by of ,
d' ------- agents
& THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be \! l', Currency, and are called on to make

$: mailed to' any ,part of the United j : Ilents to him five times each year, hence 1- -
States pastage prepaid, for $;>>.00 I the direct supervision of the Nation.
per 'year; $"11). for six months; I ':
I land its the
staongest on earth -1 j
1 i1.:5 for three mwUs, or 5U cents ,
for five weeks, in* advance.: De- I t }i I Safest V' "
1 Banking : ,1
fjor: '
livered to any par, ,'pf the city. by. I
t s earner for 10 cent ,per. week:' J! : :j! 'of Best Methods, : ,

----z------ --t-_ -' :j' or Up-to-date Service,
The Live Oak Daily DemocraQiasCentered or Liberal Treatment.

:4k upon its third year. ;fals ( 1 ConservativeIet.h s' '
one ,of the best daIlIes In the si.le, 1Live
that Its future, I :!: 1 tire National Banks. They have
,\and The ,Sun trusts pros ]
&? .may be even more prosperous than. I numbers than all other banking in j
f *?
its past-Gainesville Sqn.
I I t

-., t- grow, our profits are now as large as 1
editor I ; 1)
1 The missing Fort jMeade :
i was at our beginning.
'/turned ufv.iu SL .Petersburg the 1 i

other dayi and Powell.:ot the Inde- I

_*-pendeut. did spme fine'detective work j T NATIONAL
fin locatjng hlmr and hen let him

;Jr..net him.awav before' he. :got a "storyV.. .....out f jj jjS

.;r "t"4a !. I Oak, Florida. VV, ..
.If !
,. John Sttekton ,will not be at the I 6 '.

I omingnV jCObVeation tod y in I i $-$-$-$-.": $-$ -$- $ ---t-. -... -''
Ocala to make *;'speech',and tell the i te
j --- -
people "where he is at" rn' the issues i :: .
i '
Ehlch divide the factions in this I i ..POPULAR.. HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT
>tk eJ He;says'that1 i'fs'opposedao I j|

""precipitating a political .campaign I I PARKWAY

'ow, because the people-'have worjy> i j ,
enough over the financial sitnatlk i
ind. don't want to be bothered with DOWN UPON THC; SUWANNFE RIVER'
I I .
Utica months ahead of the time
II _, lhen It will be necessary for them to I Springs Hotel and Cottages \

bnsider the relative merits of can- '
tates. He wants short |
a campaign
f ,id 'a sharp one, a hurricane fight !I WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.ITC1

;, to speak,,. and says that at the j' c 7 MILES FROM LIVE LIYEoAKIWITNALLT155I a ]
pfoper_ time he will go before the I AGULP. CONVECTION!\! AT : :}

I ."lifers i and fully tinfofm them of his J "

k rlews'oh, public questions. I HOTEL DOWNING r1U K. FLORIDfl. OAK ')

is .. ;
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1 ,. The at'comingout convention: {
i "'tn"ull' blast down in Ocala today ,' I till III nun i. 111I1 mmii III lit
i 'Find as the :daddy of this unique I .

,, scheme Editor Harris doubtless has I; : : THE '4P., lQJ i:

Kills hands full as host counselor, I I ,

raster_ of ceremonies and conservator, I'o I i Pharmacy f
& the peace. It will be a npble I' ,
ablest, prolific of ;orators, orationsd I I .

platforms and although Ocala is"wet" I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
=3 town, it will -not be a goody i I ..

for the saloons. Prohibition is '
icy 1 vital issue in Florida 'politics now, :; t I Drug Store. ::
i j
;bad! no candidate for a State office j
: .
-.ants to be caught 'in the act of :)1

*_ ;Jbellying up to the bar" and with a {I 'i .

4\ordly. generous wave of his arm _
I'I .tI
invite the crowd to "nominate their
t1 | ,, .
I _plzon. That was the old-fashioned i I

< ,Vay when candidates gathered to tell I' '_ t: whose
dear people how fondly they ;, blau6yourde- R
..:toved" them4+iLit .won't work now. i i: 't tllrwrit )'ODr
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; pre"riptionon: .
'tlsenator _
1 Tillman has been; 1'ri+iltP i wecanfillthem
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markably quiet for a long time and' I __ YTi <-nrrwtly. '1

clarion yawp has been much !
sed by the public but at last he I t :;
'Ii its into the press reports again 1
I -d, as usual, with something inter- ,
- ng to say. 'His opinion that I ; : ; ; ; ; ; ; : : ;
.t Get Your Prescriptions filled'at
Aryan will be the Democratic Correctly

!.o-pomlnee next year is not particulars :J: Reasonable Prices.'o ,
; "noteworthy, for Pi> s .: pretty nearly .. articl.W. t- i i-otnpfete
guod. .. ,
I I ( .. Bring u. your |.rw"*rivt.mi t ni'; W hm car
i everybody else thinks the same thing, Phone us your order Prompt ari I reiiaMt! al ,

;.:-_,,.But when he says that old Joe Canon :I f'.ttONE tNO. 220f
will be the Republican leader.

'he is interesting, almost sensational. f Crescent Pharmacy,
,'t* has been generally thought that '{ : .'

!: Cannon, being past seventy years 'i I LIVE OAK FLOklDA.I

was barred from more than a I : -
.pmplimentary'j vote in the nominat- :\I "fetcher's 66" far Chills and Fever. No ( u.. No Pav- I

r convention but Senator Tillmaa 'I; : +++++++++++++V*++++111 I II++ l++.JJ'J'.
mingled much with the Western
{ k pie during the past summer andas I

a Chautauqua lecturer and j '
i j : |
; such opportunities for learning TICKETS!

Weal sentiment in the great I

publican States, his opinion as toCannon's
1 : IKe Oak to Dowling pdA
!. on sale daily +tat
chances is entitled to I
." : : : ; rate of 50 cents round trip with 411.p:
Eht We notice that the St. Louts :
1.- Minimum of ten
'} fares. Call
; ;
: I6be-Democrat, the biggest and ; .
w'j, tikct Agent Phone 152 for ..:': ++ :
1 {siRngest! thick-and-thin Republican (1 \ further information.,1. ": +p+oU.
I r + 'F'
r t r In a the West, is evidently fornon !: : : : -
| and it is pretty sure that he

|start off with the full vote of H'H"' ;" SVri> .H-H- ..., $.

Illinois delegation in the ('oO\'en-// | | : SELL "OTtll'lG E.XCEPT '

Next year will be full surprises<'d I IlIUCs. and
I Accident Insurance.
and one of the greatest I' !
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,i a1, Quarterti: .r f .
Item. may be the venerable but I j i:
General Agents, LIt 1: OAK, f LA.
't ,h Joseph G. Cannon as the f t
a few *
for I more god Agen's in North F *
Mean nominee President ,

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poring the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly $700,000.00, and.has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. ; :

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

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i I. 'I Clearing!Hotie J Certificates are : -... nIl( I ;:1

good with| us ft )ull face value In if"A
payment fpr goods >r on account i:! \'( YOUNOTICED

L of Live Oak and SuLocals And Personals The City PJ. trm '. 1 THE

||Vanncc County Gathered I i
Read /prophecy. of hope that SANTOLADVERTISING

E! by the Reporter. THfiY COME AND THEY GO. I shines in this day. Can you not seethe I AND OFFER IN THE tLAMCytKXIC
I bow spilling its glory acrosj the
I horizon in the strong confidence
I mutually maintained and demonstrated -
w JI \\"O'.I.\\'S: I IIO'.1E COMPitllONI

i:X Rogers went to Ft. White I Will Carroll, a prominent Suwan-I! :! never written among in our the people.history Failure of such is a I ..'rul ().\ENENING: : POST
in I nee county citizen, is in the city today .Por I I Mii .
i. mr = Sale I race I i COLUCirN DCUNCHTOU JlC.imi
I on business. i iI f
I MIckler made a trip to East ll
.cC. Rev. A. J. Futch, ot Em lQ PRODUCTS $i.flo
irl til morning. I KODOL Is offered on a guarantee II | son, v s I: ll t
I plan for the relief of heart burn, We I a caller at our office thu/morimig. I I r
Rossburg, was I flatulence, of''!\ offer at a bargain, ; His visit to Live Oak was jaY:'
+"LJ. Brannon. ot sour stomach, belching '
city this.morning I gas, nausea and all stomach trou- ;I six room cottage with I chiefly in the interest I}{ ew i:'I Fill in one of the Pupoi 9 fro
je : Journals with- al
ur attire
church that is be\ngefe\ ed at
bles. It digests what eat. It''modern
t you conveniences, on I Iragfzist mail it to the ANITOL
ipe Union Pressing Club neat will make you healthy. Sold by Live tm'rsonlr. Futch toparfs his section it 'LABORATORY, with One Dollar. '
Phone 222 tarlomhort-notlce.
| desirable residence sectionof few hate sold their ootton, jet I ,BS for the ten products j (Reta
i |; alue $2 i0.)
*J.J. Jenkins came up from Perry Clearing House Certificates goodat the city. If you are
pterday on business. the Suwannee Hardware Com Suwannee county, rich in agricultural --
pany. 14-at contemplating purchasinga soil and richer still in brain and
*' IDII Mallory of Wellborn, Is In home in Live Oak come brawn is on the threshold of a better SuwanngeDrug

*4l dtj on business today. A little frost this morning made up to our office and let JaOur farmers are laying plans
good fires and overcoats popular in for better and bigger crops, and our I
,met Wise made a business tripljrtike the early part of th-*day. us I show you this place. business men are devising ways and I Company
tlty this morning. i ih means to meet emergencies and make
|, I For Dry Goods and Groceries, markets second to none in the Sta'e.

*fOR 'SALE Young milch cowifcialf. quality and quantity as well as price EDWARDS REALTY CO.tewirt R Every man to his post with a cheer- :lIl::: : :;::: 1I1I1 ::: :imlllll: ( : I Ii II
:Apply to Sallie Reese, guaranteed, cali, on. ful heart and happy song, and vic-
jut Lynn Park.In.CBerry d-6t R. W. PRICE & CO. tory over all conditions is ours.

1. Just ReceivedShipment
,* ,of Dow lng Park, was. W: F Rockwell, "of FortVorth, Building, Room 3. C, H Tedder and wife came in yes-
In shopping yesterday. 1 ens, is registered at the Ethel to- terday from New York, where. they
day. .., Phone No. U.Mr hue been sojourning'. for a season
-P.lc.. Burnett and L. B. Collins Mrs. Tedder was formerly Miss
wi bird bunting yesterday. We want Clearing 'House Certificates. Nellie Tums Atlanta, and the marriage -
.. 'Suwannee f Hardware. Company Strickland, who was hurt sev- took place in that city on the of Express -
.. eral days at the brick build-
new .
; t.F. Eaton!; of_.take, City, is a 5J! 14-3t is ago let inst.' This is the first oppor- .
ing reported to be much
pet of the Ethel t&dp. '''-., better hnity that Mr Tedder's scores of
today. ,
!. Miss Randall, one of the most i friends hate had tin opportunity to Wagons. All

Hills, of Rossburg is in the popular youngHadies of Madison, is congratulate him in person. He and
) Clearing House Certificates
'* r today on business. here visiting friends.LOSTPair his bride are receiving a most hearty
,. ---,- gold for our merchandise and oa welcome while here, and congratulations Prices
accounts. Suwannee Hardware Company .
L LOST-A lunch of keys In, the of gold framg eyeglasses are being showered upon them. I
adsea'district of town. Finder between Baptist churcn r.nd 14-3t ..Ir. Tedder's present home is In

! *are return to Jack Taylor. 11-31 post office. or between postofflce and Tampa. They will return there after '
residence. Finder please return u > W.1.. noatw right had the mis a few dajs' visit here $ L25 tO $3:75
fortune to lose his dray horse the
.X, Bpyett, of Nobles Ferry, was Democrat office and get rewnrd -
first of the week, but now ha .
sVillard ,
-i Reeves the >
95 business yesterday. -- tt'n-'t ar-oltl
\ ,' t)." J. E. Willis, of Mayo, passed; another, and Is on the street again. son of Mrs. Reeves, of this city, died ----
4 *, B" CBrtla Grubb went to Dow- I through this morning en route to -- at their home this morning at five

{ bfPirkttnls_ morning. Lake City and Jacksonville.A A. Moseley, of Lancaster passed o'clock The immediate cause of his
I 1 ---- through this afternoon, on his way to death was Bright's disease Some n[AllOO&F8 K CO.
, p. and Mrs. Lewis, of Rossburg.jfiw W McLeran, of Wellborn, one Lake City to attend a meeting of the two weeks since he had a severe i . .
! here (hopping yesterday of the prominent citizen of .Suwannee Farmers' Union. case of scarlitlna. but had recovered -- --- r
E '" was visitor to theVlty-fbdaj.R '. from that, with the exception of the

[.A"tall,line of ladles' Oxfords and While Dr. White was driving on after t'feetThe: funeral services C C Managtr '
:; Just received at S. J. I R Bassett, a prosperous Suwannee Ohio avenue this afternoon about 3 were held a* the residence this after \jJJLan.lOwnp f
,; i Wte> Shoe Store. 12-3t county citizen, is on our street s o'clock, his horse became frightened; I noon at three o'clock and the remains ;,
" today, shaking hands with his friends and ran awa>', He broke loose from which are under the direction ----- .
Faulkner 'of Perry, was in the buggy at Howard street and then of Undertaker Potsdamer, will be If
The Democrat
yesterday on business. WANTED-Two furnished rooms jumped into the courthouse \ard Dr, shipped to Callahan this afternoonfor Try Daily, -

1- by couple with child 4ears old, White had a narrow escape, but wa Snot interment The family have the a while. Ten' 'cents
ud Mrs.- Carter of Peacock, I suitable for light housekeeping Ad- injured There was no seriousdamage sincere sympathy of their friends and -
toga this morning, shopping. I dress Box 118. d-lt to the tehiclo acquaintances I a week gets it. v fit: '
I, I k:1: .
r Itr.Food of Clark & Co.. re-. ;::: -n: :: ; ;, ,: ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,: ,,;, ;;;;;;-- :
, ,
[ r.sed. this.: morning from Lake City j 1'11",1,1-'" on 00;' w "' '" "m"" ""' '" """" ;; ;;1 ;'" ; ; ;; ; "co;; ;" co" '" '"1 ''';0 "" !'

't',B .rj'Anstln.""' of Spring Warrior, ,, r1
House Certificates
[*, a tUtor In the city j'esterdati. ', I I Clearing

I 'faten.I i. Hre Dogs Fenders) Su-! s
Race Bardwarp : r
t Co I 12 2t ; '
. > M:I 'I 'i \ .
To.les. 'wag, here yesterday t "GOOD AS GOLD .
th ,
8ptidg \Varrior community "

( !.Clark, ::
\ Jft-.oE.near fowling :
7.,1 rai-t In town )'eit.6rda> on bu"i- LADIES' EMPORIUM

..;.. :: f I AT THE .

.PUCuek, Wilmarth.. was in : I

. dtJ shopping yesterday afterJJ. !: I

and. T. J. parnell went out'' ,
;. this morning on a birdSEfrrpupljlshed :

r 10 per cent. discount given on all purchases of $3.00 and) up. Discount I

r If h', gentlemen. Close room for in. on the goods and not on the mon y.

lid lights Address, Phone1CGiIIa ii |

No More Hard Times. Plenty of Money in CirculatIOn.RI

living Live Oak.
' ibe tfty this morning near shopArnett = = ((1 fl worth of certificates Qworth of merchrn-
MI MBJR E $9 "
UU '
-. or other money, buys v' disc: at

>; and Jim Burnett

..1.. ,.!.'Mrd.'$ .hunting I of Jasper this? passed after- I The Ladies' Emporium. I III

e iay, on his way to
4 Ii "I i' I' I I II: HI lll l : I :: ::; II: : : I I I I :iIiili1

.,..... -, .,- .. "" 0- .

-< .,:. <<-
.......r '"" ? .ft $ .:&_'1i--:1iii-t. '_' 4--. : __ : ._., %.

3* *7?
f y *
' $:


\ e TnrnSJJ.UXO'"EUEU 14, for. '

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B. Broward Governor. Time Table No. 20

.f H. Clay Crawford Secretary of State. The Mineral Springs Route. Taking\ Effect SUNDAY JUNE 30, at 12-01 A. 11.' 1357 .

Wm. V. Treasurer.A. .
Knott. \
-- --- PREVIOUS "
C. Croom Comptroller. w7T Iut' D ____ __ __ LAST 8vt'OIDZd .
\V. JI Ellis Attorney General elm FI13T CLASS ('IIElrU: : FIRST Ctll' Zit Cssa ....
B. E. McLin Commissioner of Agri- frt-Pit -- - EFnnI\1.: : -; 3Eirept I No.1.Mail I xti

t "culture. and and Pasa Paseji'as.! I'ayI! OCT. Yi. HO i Fa.. Pasa'Pass' Pass ttixeddy I ExpftN-1' STAHONS. ysn
Pan Pass._ _I_ _'___ _, CFual'au I ,
1 Superintend- 3 I 7 I 9 S I 1 13 i 212fi: 116 4 I 8A'M. uflda't' 1

A.M PM P.Mj' A.U A.M A.Mr.M P.1t! P.M 700 a m'' 4 30 p m Lv.___.__.. ...Live Oak__ ..... .....,.....Ar.b.51a.- .
\.P.t.M T.\TIOXS 4 41 m Lv Porter.
Ernest Amos State Auditor. Daily Saa s.u. D ea1un keD I Daily etSanday 740 730 a. :, 4 Sfc p p m Lv:==:.::=:: :::::::::Lanier.==-::=--=::::::::. :.t::!:as a.:
sa -VSeR i: () aa'Da>f I 511n I : 7 50 a m 5 08 P m Lv -... ..+..... ........ Kirkland M..___._... ......LY:! .. ,
4 I- eely Sa I. "nb
W. B. Saddler Assistant Auditor. i___ only SredaA7r 2 t a 519 mAr. ....Witaarth_ .. ...... JJ a 'i
.. Lve i! L.e l .e Lve_ Lve Lye I AAr Ar Ar Ar- 10 00 a :: 5 20 D P in Lv=:::::::::::::::::::::.: ...:Wilmarth.Suwannee ..::::::::: : : : : ::.Lv..Ar.!t;:::1.Z
)414U5 toes a III'' 5 24 Lv......._..... .......... Ric. "
SUPREME COURT.T. T w1 G 1i i : 1 14., 4 411'I ............live.... tarT....... ..... s 5111 > 5I7:, a Z3 S 14 LOSS 14 a a :!:. 5 <40 U> p p m m!Ar.LvS =::.::.:::::::::.::::: =Norwood:..Mayo_=:-:.::::::::::=:::::::.:::::::::::::.:t:::::: I"a.l: : .Ft: M
M Shackleford Chief Justice; 8 1.11. 1. 4S7r .. .....Mercer....... .... ; 9 M 11 5I22tb.114J 0 J Ills a m 5 42 p'" Lv..,__...... ._._......M.yo._.......... ............. 1 t a:
t J. ..... Platt ...... 943 11 S It 3 S 1f 11 2S a ID, S 41 P n Lv.... ._................... an Pedre..__...-.._. ....... ..Ar. .1-
A. W. Cockrell. J. B. Whitfield 83111 I Se93$2 i; 4 I ......._Lanea.sur. 9 3. 11L boe, 310s 11 3o a m 5 M p m,Lv.._....... .........-..... tRo.d_.......__._...-... ._. .L.!.Y.. ..a.1..
sp ..... ..... 12 00 ml'! 10 m,Lv._._.... ._..._.AtkeldCtiariton ...._. .. ..... .a..t"
Fenick Taylor R. C. Parkhill W. 45,12 l.j 9 4" i 5 ( S lit, Do..ling Park ; t 23 11 66 11 I 5t+; t "6 .S 0 121* Pal l 6 1T p p m Lv.ft _._.........._........ .-....._.-- j 0.a.I..
850)1215 I 9 241 IN.. ._Chancey ...... 9151.511 4U 2 :5 2 4 12 20 p mi 27 p m.Lv._.._........._...........Kc ne..._........_..._...._.L..' '.a.11
1 A. locker Associate Justices. 855 U 2It 50. 3j. .. Mayo Junct1olL... ,19 es 10 58 31 4 3'i ,. 12 30 p 35 II { .....-........ .......Fenholloway........ .. ............ .! I p a.'
t 66. 2 Fl 511 .. .... .. D.y.. ..... .... (15 10 4i 11 12 50 p ml' 43 p 11.11.1'-..._._.... _.......Denmark. ...........-....... ..... .t. t.4f a.itt
j 9 t! I 3 25 52w 5 I ... ... Stto. "-. t I SA Ie I I 1255 100m M> p 1 ...__.........._...........ferryLuraville ........... -... .... ..LY.Ly. .,_!II
RAILROAD COMMISSION. i 23, 3 0: s.... ...To..n.'l.... .....4 8 1032 2 n' tnl .aa. .
.. ..Smith .. .
9 t S4
K. Hudson Burr Chairman N. II. 957' I 5 01 ,I'. .Fellbo1w..y.... 8 I It 14 Ir.It Branch
; 3 it 6 814 J5tI
2Jt; ..... ...FetTJ' ..-..... ..' Q0,941)' 120
(,MUch J. L. Morgan. Royal C 4 6 t: IVtween Lnravilte and Wilmarth.
Ie 35 4 l- 6' .Hampton prinl".. 45 3 2S 100

a- iwnn, Secretary. Kest j

4 30 am.Lv_ __..__. W ilmarthLuraviU .......- _........
::E\IUE.I OF CONGRESS. SECOND 'P.M A.M I P.M A.M S 50 am'Ar' .. ... .... .._ "'". ...... .. .n.....
DISTRICT. Lye Lye Lve t Ar Branch
12 2010..oe 3 1!. ......Maro Jundir-n .. 11 a Alton t
} rank Clark. ;:-_ __ ___ _
,H3Dell......... .. It 21 P'i P'if BetweenMayo and Alton.
--- ;12 4010 15 3 ZI ........ l'.ten4...... 11 14 -
NTHRl I' X12 5010 IS I(3 ...... .Mayo. .-. 11 Ease I '
i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. _i ___ Bound I t.
112 38 :'At. 33 0 ........ Aten......... 11 00 } ..
I,. 21. almer. Jud : Si t I 10 W a w Lv ..... Mayo... ,. ..
e. A.M P.M A.M P.M P.M:. P.M A.PtM A.M P.M r.M P..NjD i i .0 50 a in: :==.::=_:::: :=:::=. ._Alton ::?::::::::=.::::.: -1:::
Cry .\. Hardee State's Attorney. :. I I --- .
ese; Sun San I' ex Sun D ulSlln Sun Sun D u Des -
T .- sun un Onty Only Sun Only Sun On 7 Only Onb Sun Sun Trains ccheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line 1If'ft brand: and Atlantic 0.L+.kl
I bound at Live Oak For information regarding rates acht'duln.Dd rcmitertions &fM" I
COUNTY OFFICIALS. I 3 7 9 S 1 13 2 12 14 16 4 8 :i T. P ALSTON Superintendent. F. P. * W DG.r.U.i
J Johruoa.. State Senator

Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and AtI.JI1tic
MMBIRS OF HOUSE REPKCSENT'VTIVES Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connectionscall

J.on any LEE ticket FNSH.N agent., I'rt'1oillt'nt. 1 l:. 1*. HOI'KINs.. Traffic .Manager.ffroofSs : Can You Write Ghost Siory(
,i \'i. It. r.o.nan. v W. II. McClellan a ?
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J. N. Conner County Judge.J. .

W. Brjson Clerk Circuit Court.J. uho SnParticular UhCompar/ No doubt you know one you have been tell-

H. Rickerson Sheriff. ing for ye rs. We will give a

I G. B. Lord Treasurer.J. CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor

N Meeks, Tax Collector. the best
Ghost Story written by young
A. D. Hemming. Tax Assessor.
; or old, male or female.
L { J. E. Wood, County Superintendent :
'' g. 55s St The only condition is that each contestant
; Public Instruction. 1) :;::fiII
I send Fifty Cents for
! H. E. Carter, Judge Criminal Court a years subscription
t of Record. "* a morithly

O. O. McColIom Solicitor Criminal publication, published at Live Oak, Flcrida.

(; Court. The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;

: M. M Hawkins Clerk Criminal Court it has a will of its own, and stands on a lat-

i 1 form unique in policy and principle. The

i ie
W. A. Tison. Chairman; M I* FIRST

'I Burnett. J. J. Dempsey. J. II.
Grant. II. II. Davis. a Write oa one side of paper only; story n t

; it -- to exceed 1,000 words; contest will dos


i 1 E \\ise.tChairman.; A. D. Puter- people whose pride and name and and winner will be announced in the March //

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

J. B. Johnson. Major years.

t C. City II. Brown CouncilS Alderman. and President : Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care Drawer 30MIMIIMIIlli' Live Oak, FIs,

ful methods that make for firmness and
P Mays, Clerk Assessor and perminancc arc
Treasurer. still used in making n r *e)(';'. ; Its beau- I I I I I I I I I M I I III1II till Ml$++++tfe

Aldermen-S. J. Whit*. T. S. Anderson. tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness and erac-

J. M. Barclay \\'. J. Hillman, ; ing qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de
J. E. Wood, J. L. >\bite. luxe and SEABOARDAirline
incomparable paper for all business correspondencc. -

W H Lyle SuperintendentCity Write your letters so that they will compel a read-

Water Works. | ing-write them on

i3 R H Haddock. City Marshal and Railway.

W.Sanitary D. Wright Inspector.Police |I Ilways @ @ ((1DP@NJ[ [ 3 @ [ ) :I Savannah

Columbia, Camden Southern Pines,
to strengthen their appeal and'to reflect the ,
.\ WaaSick. of otlr house standing Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
? I y nfEl\\N1\
; when a man says he always was I II no more than tV'f @n U- U\J @t\\N1f: other costs Philadelphia and New York.

sick-troubled with- a cough that good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve i -- -- -

t. lasted all winter-what would you YOU as well-
think if he should say-he never was TRfllNS

sick since useing Ballard's Horo- The COUPON BOND book showing American Writing Paper co Ii i
i various wcixhu-finuhoa and color*-
hound Syrup. Such a man exists atvl how finely the paper prints will bent Seaboard
Mr J. C. Clark. Denver, Colorado, *er or you stationer with the who name can of supply local you printI.arge4-If Muiufdtiirersof the Com. i Express Seaboard Mail

tt writes: "For years I was troubled you will,wnte u*on your business let menial Paper in the 11'orld.terhead. !

with a severe cough that -'ould'last ::9 Mi s. Hl YK E, M -\SS. I -- --- --
all winter. This cough left me in a i I Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .

miserable condition. I tried Bal I iI --
II --- -
-- -
I ---
i lard's Horehound Syrup and have not Charity covers a multitude of sins ; <'auso and F ffectOangMer I

I had a sick day since. That's what it I but wealth make the world forget Father The Jamestown Line
sin and sinner went off in good Exposition
did for me. Sold Suwannee Drug humor this morning i
-- --- --
.:d Co. nov-dw I Lift> is a i>rptlual strunzd.! to Mother-- b' That reminds nu ; NORROLK, VA.

1, aria: .i (om:n.> to leave the attor- : I forgot to ask him for any mono. ,
: i
c Attack of IHarrhooa Cuml by one : nt-% of .our heirI -. ("brhstlaad'ocatt'. Excursion Tickets on Sale DarJ

Dos e of Clianilxrlain' Colic I ---- -- _.:.i -
lard Miht to 1'aj. :
(holera and PiarrluKaKometly. | "1 owe a debt of gratitude that canner i lie l\iucht at (;.-ttjshur;;. I II of Seaboard.For full information and Sleeper reservations .... any agent
I or write,
be paid off" writes G. S. Clark. David Parker, of Favette. X Y.. :i
-. ti I was so weak from an attack oft \\etfield.. Iowa, "for who lost foot i S. C. EO\LSTON. JRUI'Mlilii.. ,
I i my rewne a at Gettysburg. writes I : Asst C.enltun Pas Alrr.t :.. :v ::e.f1a.
diarrhoea that I could scarcely attend I.I, from death, by Dr. King's New Di.- "Electric Bitters hare done me mOre :
to my duties, when I took a dose of. co\'erBoth lungs were eo serionsh good than any medicine I ever took. I 11_'i-i n MII 11 HAdrersise -
iii Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and :I I affected that dearth seemed imminent For several years I bad stomach i I', --- -

Diarrhoea Remedy It cured me entirely i when I commenced taking New trouble and paid out; much money ;
Disco\en The ominous dry. hacking for medicine to little '
and I had been taking other ; purpose until !
medicine for nine days without relief. I: cough quit before the first bottle I began taking Electric Bitters. I Advertise
was used. and two more bottles madea would not take $500 for what they (
I heartily recommend this remedy as !
complete cure" Nothing has ever have done for me." Grand tonic foi
being the best to my knowledge! .for I equaled New Discovery for coughs. the aged and for female weaknesses I Have
bowel complaints.-R. G. Stewart of you anything to sell? ?
olds and all throat and lung complaints Gnat alterative and body builder; Do you want to buy

the firm of Stewart & Bro., Green- Guaranteed by Barclay & sure cure for lame back and'eak Have you "lost"' *
s or "found" /: :
Tille Ala For sale by Barclay & Groover druggist SOc and H.00. k.dneys Guaranteed by Barclay & anytng

i Groover and all druggists. w* I Trial bottle free nov-dw. .Groover druggist SOc. noT-dw An 'ad, in (he Daily will meet your demands, /


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I MninniiiiMiiiM iiMnm > MniMiiiiiiniiinmimimiimmM >"
I.1.1. : i
. .,. ..

Health is 00 $* Wish to Ttjake Your Own f(

9 More Than

y Wealth Use '' Way fn Whirs World

Mtt AROs

-- KING -

ye=w of !


i C

t Y

will a1aays have good health. mat Is more to a man j
.; good health All the mon 't- 'n the world 'a.n't make
happiness where health i3 unblo-u. 3aJlard's Snow Liniment
,. Rheumatism, C.JU, rns, Sprains, Neuralgia, '
RES Sores, Stiff Jomt \ 'meted Muscle, Lama 21
Y Back and toil the r s t., Flesh u Heir to. '

One Who ;.2'\c: ws.J. The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telejrraphy

:.' O. Scott, Salt Lake {'",;,, I'tah.: v 's; u cannot College in North Florida We secure POSITIONS for
; too highly; praise sots Italian.'s R- Liniment for all graduates. I
the relief of acute the-.ma-Ln, < ;r<5.>" dden change
.' \ and exposure to the "wn,*,."r. I r.c. r mend your
? Ballard's Horehr( ,:ad fyrrp f ,. u'l'o" .nd colds. SCHOLARSHIPS
These used toge'li'r defy all pain.

: GET TUB aErl":E. Three S JESS: .:.*.:, 0c, $1.00 $40 $50 $75 and $90

: ,
I ,4\ Ballard Snow Liniment, Co. ,

500-502 N'crth Second Street, \ -


.i ,', } ,.- <. 5 H, i SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE.

: Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street
: Sold and Recommended by I ,

Suwannee Drug Company. I President and l'roprletor. LIVE OAK, FLA. Principal.


t'*- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I I If animals had workingbrainsthey I . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . .
might act as silly as humanity I II
: HUH Ml I' I It HI I III I I m M 111 i Hi It
II H 11 Ml I It 11 I i I M i* H 1IVM-M 1 H I
I does. I II I
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M.BROOME' I Too Much.
Pneumonia Follows a Cold ;

but follows the of Foley'sHoner "Thomas A. Edison has perfected a
LAW. never use I' build three-story house In Now is the Time to Visit the
ATTORNEY COUNSELOR AT and Tar It stops the cough, J way to a

UVI OAL : FLORIDA. heals and strengthens the lungs and \twelve hours at a cost of 1000."
"Now if he'll perfect a way to
f3 pnctm ia an the court of the Sute. Spec- prevents pneumonia. City Phar- I
W IlNlltioII given to Conveyances. Collection touse-clean It in twelve hours he'llboa
t lata Etc. All business promptly attend- macy. nov'l+ "
dais ". Houston Post. Jamestown
M* I Exposition
tiomi PCBUC STATE AT LARGK.DE. Many men are virtuous because!i iI j' ,

vice is too expensive for their present A Significant Prayer.

,, J. W. WEST I income. f 1,Bucklen's"May the Arnica Lord Salve help you known make to IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.

Physician and Surgeon. The Postmaster of Gasconado Mo., ,all" writes J. G. Jenkins of Chapel o

Once Daniel A. Dugh, says, "I cannot say Hill, X. C. It quickly took the pain
Ohio Avenue.
: Carroll Building The War Path :=: Air Ship :=: Naval Display
Residency at Ethel Hotel. too much for your Kidney & Bladder i' out of a felon for me and cured it ina ,
Pills. I feel like a new man." Do- wonderfully short time." Best onearth
\ P saE-o&..No.168.
KttKtaic*.No..23 or 168. Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills aro i! for sores, burns and wounds.5c will interest and instruct you. Do not
Drug Store (BarcUrib Groover)No 16.ca Co. nov-d i
sold by Live Oak Drug
Grover drug
iI at Barclay &
t I nov-dw fail to go at once. For beautifully illus-

,hcnnr. r.E.THOMASON The road to yesterday is markedby I store. trated folder containing maps, discrip-

:\I BROWN & THOMASON; regretb.mile-stones commonly known as A (!< oil <:ur.". tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to

YeastVhat would happen if
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':1 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Tlire's Xo Use 1 with them into the next world do FRANK BOYLSTON j

talking, you can't beat Herbine for i l jou 54l1)l)05e'CrimsonbeakWhy
(LlTIOAK. : : : FLORIDA. the liver. The greatest regulater i! it would burn
f ever offered to suffering humanity. If i in their ll"lI.ets-Yonkc States District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.LINE f fATLANTIC

suffer from liver complaint if : _
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you are bilious and fretful, its your : YIi

f PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, liter, and Herbine will put it In its 'i[ Appendicitis I I COAST

': Office Upstairs, proper condition. A positive cure for I I' Id due in a large measure to abuse ,
1. Constipation, Biliousness, Dyspepsia drastic I
1 Citizens Bank Ituilding ;jof the bowels, by employing
and all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya '' To avoid all danger, use I Ii
'purgatives. '
{ OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA. ottle and you will never use anything i i only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the .
else. Sold by Suwannee IrugCompany. IiIAil
; safe gentle cleansers and invlgori -
nov-dw I I II I ''II :' n 1 f"M i I !! i i II I lIiI
V 'T. J. LYLE i i' ators. Guaranteed to cure headache I
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-- biliousness, malaria and \ -
Practical A woman can make a man"think j jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drug i iI Romance skipped out when society There is hope for a fool so longas

( that she thinks as much of him as' ho S,tlrf>. ....c. DOV-d. 'I caught the chaperon fever from I there is a chance of making him
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER does ; ,__ I I some belle that had used to be. realize that he is one.

1 35 year's experience I 1 Some people teem to get as much I i -

Good stock 6f Watches always on hand. I Best remedy for mothers to use is fun cot of being reformed as the reformers I I We have secured the agency for ,I Ii Cured of Brig ht's 1)i'.ea.e, i

Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It do reforming them i iI i Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the cew Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N

tastes nearly as good us maple sugar I laxative that makes the liver lively,I Y., writes: "Before I started to use

I'it contains no opiates. Sold by Live I I The Xov Pure l>*nl and Drug Law purifies the breath, cures headacheand Foley's Kidney Cure I bad to get up

rOLEY'S Oak Drug Co. nov-d I We are pleased to announce that'oley's I regulates the digestive organs. 'I from twelve to twenty times a night r.

: ( Honey and Tar for cough, and I was all bloated up with dropsy
woman mad to ask her i, 1 Cares chronic constipation. Ask nil and
makes a
eyesight I
colds and lung troubles is not affeet'ed my was so impaired
intuition and i about it. dw* I
City Pharmacy.
; to distinguish could scarcely see one of family
' by the National Pure Food and i my
: I tnstinetItilliftl.llt. I across the room. I had given
Drug law as it contains no opiates up
ONEY I It i I Having a wife has kept many a
AND TAR : or other harmful drugs. and we recommend hope of living, when a friend recommended
I "*'. and O'n..tip.ition. it as a safe remedy for I man from showing just how little I Foley's Kidney Cure. One 30 e

For years 1 was troubled with Wl-I children and adults. City Pbar- sense he really did have. I cent bottle worked wonders and b<>-

t iousness and constipation, which fore I had taken the third bottle the

:L ljvioriginal made life miserable for me. My appetite |! A fancy vest is what a man dons ( Take some good reliable and safe I dropsy had gone, as well as all othersymptoms ;

lAXATIVE cough remedy failed me 1 lost my u* wl j to get even for not daring to wear a:digestaot like KODOL for dyspepsia.KODOL I of Blight's disease." City 3 -

force and \itality Pepsin preparations hat like the women do I is the test remedy known to- Pharmacy. aor-dw
lor conchs, cods! throat and lung and cathartics only made matters day for heart barn belching and all

irOSbles-NooP't ..- Non-alcoholic. wor-e. I do not know where 1 l>.mcinsr Prove Filial 1 troubles arising from a disordered Most men can explain everthin4
'foteverybody. Sold ('n where. should have been today had I not dl t"IUoo. It is pleasant to take and they do except the things that mot

:4 T The genuine tried Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Many men and women catch colds affords relief promptly. Sold by need an explanation.:
!SrurS MONEY: relieve at dances which terminate in pneumonia -! *
s. and TAR is in Tablets. The tablets Live Oak Drug Co. oov
;;1 -package. kefusrsubstitutea.Prepared at once, strengthen the disestUe and consumption. After exposure -- There Is So Kmson
ill feeling aDd Tar Itakf'B
; if Foley's Honey
only by functions, helping the system Some mea have as much trouble why your baby should be thin and
t e'l" Company Chicago.rour it will break up a cold and BO
to do its work naturally.-Mrs. getting to work as they do getting up fretful during the night Worms are
serious results need be feared. Refuse -
Rosa Pott Birmingham. Ala These to get ready to go. the cause of thin, sickly babies. It
horses as well as to yourself. but the genuine ia a yellow
t.to cEed tablets are for sale by HarelayGroover & any is natural that a healthy baby should tt ,
not suffer from of
57 pains and all druggists. norhnt -* package. DeWitfs Carboliied Witch Hazel be fat and sleep well. If your babY ;
91-jour horse suffer.
need not
a I Salve,la healing and soothing. Good does not retain its food, don't experiment ;
Bottle of Ballard's Snow Llni- Had Il.i'l Ii< usTu
t. \\ \\ illit' Stty. for piles. Sold b\' I.he Oak Brut i with colic cares and otheruedicise +
It cures all not
> pains. J.I. School Teacher Willie, do Would you liketo take .a Company. nov-d but try a bottto of White's
Versfield, Mo., writes "1 Sunday
.4TM : the Bible was written chance" she asked sweetly. I ('r. alii Vermifage. and you will soon t, ;
+ USed your tent know 1
[ Liniment for jou I'm not scare. bat "No. thank yon" be replied: "Fie Excitement is' flili i' r'II l -h'tl "nl!. our l>-ithc have color and laugh as 1
and find it to be the best I 1m'ell. I
> 1't, real receipts' In.- already bees married three tfnu*." when your enemy '- u" !"II.: T"- !I' "should Sold by S waBBee Drug "
: **.ever used for man or beast. aa uses it to keep .. PIck-Me-Up. worst of what makes tt. O:>. noy-dw :b .
i y Suwannee Drug Co. nov-d* Detroit Free Press. r r J
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-: 1) E. J. BlUME, IstVke-President. J. B. BARTON, President. H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance .
D. L BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier.

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lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights i In E' .Y. '

.' Power and Turpentine. : I FOR BOYS. "
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/ ,\ tric Lights in any part of the city furnished for:I v I. 2
I I & idence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.1Electric \ : 0 In buying clothing for boys, some people 1 think '
'; power-Day and night current-for' manufactur- ,. '. '" :I just any old thing will do, if it will protect him
ing purposesWholesale. 0t |: : from the weather
t and retail Ice-out of City orders have special I .-: QLJ\ ,
.. *" attention, and all orders promptly filled. In \ : You couldn't practice poorer economy when
We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and EE : you buy that kind of clothes for boys. Put your

; .e :-1:I flooring.-_.*Come.--.-. and get our prices. n : money in the best you can bay.
,, Auctioneering of all and everything -:'any tax payer shall pay during the II f B!)
*at the Auction House of II \\'. month of December, shall be alloweda U (GOOn) ALL-WOOL
Price .& Co., Saturday If I. MATEKIVLt
every you discount therefrom. of one per I
want lit we bate It, and at sour own teututn thereof i II r
price', provided It Is better than the Any tax {aid 01 oy the first I H J with good, honest tailoring, good trimmings fit
r I other fellows'\ Come around every day of Jan'4ary.ib. <\l r tht" !' \'''C ,J o I = : and style, and you will be pleased. |
Saturday and see of the adloI afore' tie rr' I
I h dlCt H. W PIUC & CO. gard d as on ast da\ of the I 10 : These are the kind of Boy's Clothing we have' ,;
Y '!month in { Is paId. In : for you. Come in .. j
Notice. I J. N MEF:K-,. and let us Fit Your B '.
To the several tax pat>rs of Sewaa- Tax Collector Suwaanee Count. F'.! Inl J1
nee Count, Florida: d.wkJI .
In accordance to Section 41, ftaptej I I GENTSj
t.. 9Sxof the laid of Hor'f -I! II.:. It. s. KO\\. |:IU llIl S J1 WHITE

k ax, Iko\h&riby. are give now notice open for that collecru the-j I Optician.. II FURNISHKR.

prlaxes for the sear A. U. 1901.t 1 91
ru | The r..fnrttive dfctf of the \"
.fhe law provides that any tax pay- ...
and ud the s a Live Oak
/l'r who shall pay,taxes during the Florida.
r, / month of November, shall be allow-I Apeetatty. Its ''Z. ; Inl,._ _ _ __
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therefrom, and If Store. d-w yy+{y WMNMW T TTA T/w AM1r1w t.p
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