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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 15, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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aH fa that some skeptical felt ;4.-

JS7wtf along and try to raise I
t com and manufacturing interests are indicated -

iK U to the security of ourfierliHonse I by sped / reports to R. G.

Certificates' There Dun & Co., fro /over sixty or more

se i ftlM such wiseacres running 'of the leading cities of the country.

,bore lithe world, and they are liable i Conservatism In accumulating stock

( itokctp" in Live Oak, or anywhere is reported in most cases, and there

i itklmost any time, but no mat- I are many in which! working hours are

rtko oe U, or from whence he may I being reduced anil men paid off. Asa

fdaO, ill talk can not affect the I rule, however, tne reduction is not

iilae validity and solid security great and is taken rather as a measure -

tff the certificate. If you will read II' of precaution t\an because of

fate and back of one of these greatly diminished orders.

itet, you will see that Its pay- I Very favorable reports are receiv

(Wit U secured to the trustees of from many southern points, espec-

Mo> Modttlon one and one-half I'1 from Richmo Lynchburg
ttisea by good collateral already l l u'I ; ;liilC tili 11111 llllh II! Ilill'a Nl !1 I N 1 I II' ilI! III! iil! !;' h hI Il'd Charleston, Savannah

Fined over, and besides this, It is Augusta, Mobile, Montgomery and

'lashed on the back by the banks, I Knoxville. Falling off in business is

ni their guarantee of payment reported at Atlata and Dallas and

alteeted to a limited extent at other points.

flan It will be seen that every dolkr The system of clearing house certificates -

ef the issue Is more than doubly ''i1f/f// is most extensively in use in
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Imrel With the combined capital -;; Georgia,where they are accepted with-

;tfMt these banking institutions out question in small denominationsat

[jjptfttf $i7,00 and securities i/l Atlanta, Savannah Macon and

| | the imoii t of
the face due of the certificate funds on hand, but at Nashville

who ca b so foolish as to clearing house certificates are being

I q ion oubt concerning freely used by the people. At Norfolk -

The d States postoffice ? conditions have been somewhat

tea them it pi r without quest _. ]esajtavorable, the difficulty in negotiating ...
Ireland Columbus
in Dispatch.
; rail ads aVep them at par for exchange having retarded

Fia bllb; a State ccepts them In LIVEAi: MISSING FORT MF.ADK KDITOU the shipments of cotton for a few
THE CLEARING
!meat of e a face value, our HOUSErTrus days last week'but shipments have

|ftethnts- advertise that they are as Traced to St. IVtejMmrg and iiaap- improved this week, and business in a

a told la payment of accounts ,Hrv
itt yuei, In fact we know of Issue Official Statement. i Affected.St usual. It is notable that from nearly -

age Wurbas been so foolish as Petersburg all points failures are reported tore
( independent.) '
wfiue tofidnor them. Indeed, astheir I \ only normal !n number and collections -
banks; And, in addition to this, the
parity if every bank in --. Or. Zander of t' rt Meade, Jo'Ia.. are better than would be Indicated -
with
said banks have deposited w.1
ere arrived in the city ue>s ? swallowed ,
( j>e up by In the extremely heav) work and J. Hlllman, S. A Hinely and II
ills tread fconster today, or theNmake-up in answer to a h-t'gr m that his son: the money market. 4
any
rush of yesterday In God
t 'J trustees, securities to )1.1 ,,:
|P*m taj, 8. A. Hinely, Hilll the ollow- \1'. II. Zander. t.d b en located in St. --- 1:'
WtJ. rooms of the Democrat, \ mount of one dollar and fifty
*> ud H. M. Wood, the {trustees Ing official notice was left out th, foeach dollar issued in certificates, Peter burg. (t\xmu.\tu; AUK OUT. l
< the Association into whose hands The Doctor is ab ut heart.broken \ i
evening's We very much there be '
paper. hence can no possible question \
been placed over his lIon's actio s .and said that List of (: 'otl..OImn
such ample securities, 'eXhat Distinguished ( -
gret it. but it escaped our e> but what these certificates are
**M he was afraid that h wife would not
redeem every dollar with it was not in the forms untfl the jVt as good as actual coin and will nounrvd for Office in Ocala.
wfcd'Sutai be able to stand th shock if he
currency on or before paper was off the press. WyVrint it iK cepted as cash by every one in
*tday I ibe i should return with ut the boy for Ocala, Fla., X/ v. 14.-The follow-
$ ,March. 1908, at which today, gladly because of fs Importance payment of general accounts and /
s the : he could not be fOt d In St. Peters- ing candidates either personally or I '._
cetJcate matures. in giving official endorsement debts This action of the ClearingHouse burg. / through their riends, at the candldates' -

to the action of our balks. In establishing : was aken not only by general
contention, made announcement -
I Together Ith C. the
\ Hansen
***from }tau evelt. louse Association but\n jr.
resident the Clearing request order to meet the (
the United States
today: For
Same time /ne Doctor found thay the boy had stop- I
Mr. A D. Hemt : : urgent deman \ or a medium that ii
Senate, John Beard Pensacola
it sVcgestion I ped at the Pinellfts House, where he ;
the of some of In order to meelthe request of a would assist traoe, and it is our Park Lakeland for Congrt'tis. -
his watch He work Trammel ;
t gave as security.
! imminent Wizens, addressed a petition signed by* the merchants and opinion that this plan (which has already ed for three dafs for Mr Jones at S. M Spirkman, Tampa; for

5't| Preside Roosevelt extend- business men ot Live Oak. Fla., and been put into affect in all partsof Governor, J. N Stockton, Jacksonville -
the machine sh and q
bti day
; sn inv/tatlon I i P. one on a s
le* to visit Fen- to further the;/demand of this sec- 'i the country) will largely relieve farm. <, ; AV. Gilt rlst, Punta Gorda;
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Sprlntfa on the Florida Rail- tion of the State, the following banks Jefferson B. West a
t situation and will Monday the Independent accused Key ;
k the leftw the present help )
Mr. Hemming as- have formed a Clearing House As- Judges of the Mate Supreme Court,
5 the boy of being ,the one wanted and
\ the that for ,
presiden are ready
move
of plenty of good sociation viz The Live Oak Bank, crops
s **4 : he seemed to glow suspicious, and Shackelford of Tampa, and Hocker ofOcala.
hnntind and cow boy ac- The Citizens Bank and The First National market.
commissioner of
: agriculture.
he left the Pine las saying that he
1M.] AVprompt response Bank These banks will today | W. J. HILLMAN was going to Ieade.gE'nt n 1";. McLIn of Lake county; superintendent -

' Nt$ troof the President and begin paying out certificates i, S. A. HINELY.I Fort of public instruction. W. M.
4 <<
Thorne sold a ti :ket to Fort Meade
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White T app,ar below : which are backed by the combined I H. M. WOOD. that evening bull did not get a good Hollow ay. and W. M. Sheats, both of
4u '. Washington, the three above namedA I Trustees.
resources of ] look at the purchaser Gainesville: for cpmptroller J. M.
"h, ember 4. 1907. Barco of Marioa county and A. C.
0semu" :- -Your favor of MKMHKH FOR LIFK.onun's I apotis Seattl, and Nashville are If young Zandef had bought a
w Croom of Tallahassee for Secretrayof
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"' ticket to Fort Meade that
citiX on day and
JM among the bidding for the next
ben received, and
State. H Clay Crawford of Tallahassee -
.! V *ttLreq 8ts me to thank \\' Oiristian Temperance I'n- convention The subject will be decided continued his trip he would have arrived for railroad commissioner R.
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at the executive meeting of the at Fort Mead two hours be-
JWuriouAesy. but he does ion Confers Hisli Honor on Julius
C. Dunne of Madison, aDd
fore the father ,
there for St.
be held here
t5tt51pltl1S t national offices to tomorrow
lng another Currir Nation.
trip Solomon of Moati ello. and Jackson
i5a l Petersburg.
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ure.'I Nashville Tean. Xo>. 13-Mrs. He is described af 5 feet 8 Inches of Citrus..
"Vary ;
trfly yours Carrie Nation today' was made a life KXNOsKLL: UUih iRMONY.. tall: weighs about 150 pounds and The candidates' conveaUoa closed

h e1arY 3"V' LOEB. JR.. member of the Woman's Christian is nineteen years of age.Vore a with a banquet at the Oeata House

the President" conventiontook For Annually .iU.ClOO.ClOO) this eveaiag
pont Temperance Union. The Securing black suit of clothe, has a lot ot
Re wing, and llailx ....
of the for Kiver >
the request
Atb this action at blackheads in his fake, no moustache .
; Florid delegation The contention Lake Providence La... Nov 13.- and m. I\ESS: >IK\ PKOTKVT:
{ Nebraska has an impediment IB his speech
PBoHIIliTi \ 111 LL, de'otedJIe day to routine busi- An address urging harmony of- all Other papers will please copy description --
sections of the United States to the Meet at .\I< and wire pr. Zander at
ness.The of the end of securing 150,000,000 annually ConM-native....
u1 House of 34thannual convention once, holding the bay with police legislature to

Yesterday. W. C T. IT. adjourned late toeight. from congress for river and har- powers until his father arrive :Montgomery. Nov 13,- \t a mass

en'a.., Nov 13.- Mrs. Ste\ens\ the president declaring bor improvement was issued today by Dr. Zander! was a pitiful sight meeting last night of basinets nteff

H" the stwo-thirds it the mosl., successful conventionthe Congressman J. Randsell, presidentof when he found that the boy had from all parts of the state, the legislature
$ i the Rivers and Harbors Congress
rs present, the Union ever )ield left St. Petersburg He seemed to was urged to desist from further -
K ?s went devoted to }Ir. Randeell said
f tires today pass- The closing hours were attempt to pass laws that may
f -ItT rally for the most "All projects now under contemplation age ten years. He sid the boy wa
Tfohlbltlon bill In- the annual jubilee disturb business, having special relation
and bleb have been approvedby running the Fort Meade Observer
; peakRr Carmichael by successful states, Twenty states par ;' to the proposed railroad acts.

ticipated, headed by Oklahoma and the engineer's department involve and that it was not a paying proposition .V resolution adopted request the

r ,W iea spent the en- Georgia. Great enthusiasm followedan a cost of less than $50.000.000. and it worried him, affecting hIs members to refrain from the passageof
( that the lower It Is questionable whether more than
1The bill pro- announcement mind. He stood high In Fort Meade "ddtIonai: legislation I at this time
.; r(giving ot In- house of the Alabama Legislaturehad 50000.000 a year can be expended
away bill. wisely, and that should be divided society, and that little city is much affecting the business Interests n the
t after October 1, passed a prphibltlon
x -1. Denver, Milwaukee, Omaha Indian- among a number of projects." Interested in the case. State.

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An ordinance in relation to the \ : Phone, Clark: & CO. Fe
ji Annual Contention of the Order in I i ifor ? ,aBROKERS '
Session at Jame>town. public health and to prevent the ', Useful Gifts I .i
spread of certain contagious and infectious -i j:
; Norfolk, Va". NOT 13.-The four- diseases in the City of Live i

teenth annua convention of the Oak, and providing penalties. !f the bride, sweet- + Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Provisions'

United Daughters the Confederacy i, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor :$ heart or relative. You DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL LEADING EXCHANGE

: began here today forV session of four i and City Council of the City of Live I wilIfind in the house of : I OFFICES: Eu5ala, Ala., Jacksonville Tallahassee, St. Augustine, lib
; days, with an atten ance of several Oak, Florida City, Live Oak, QUincy, Mariana and Madison, Florida.

i hundred delegates, ncluding representatives i i Whenever any case of I J. D. RADFORD, :ian *'* Suwannee Drug Co, Building, Live Oak, Florida Jri

':! from ever state that form- yellow fever, small pox, cholera, dip I i .. v "

,: ed the Confederacy and many from theria, scarlet fever or ecarlitina array of giftgiving -
other states nort east and west. shall : II
develop or exist in the city of j' goods, not only
The convention ft as called to orderin Live Oak, the patient, and all mem-
the auditorium of the Jamestown bers of the household exposed to the beautiful but useful. NEW MARKET AND 6 ROCfRY

exposition byte president general, same, shall be immediately placed I E No matter which I

Mrs. Lizzie George Anderson, of Gulf- : under quarantine by the Sanitary In- $ way you turn some- ,

1 port. Miss, who 'made the responsein spector under the direction of theMayor thing confronts you *iII H. B. CREECH Prop.
the name of th contention to ad II
and Sanitary Committee of
i that will be
just right
At
Old
[ Hingson's Stand
dresses of welcome b> President said city, and the house where such ft ]

Tucker on behalf pf the ,management patient shall be, must be quarantined DIAMOND LOCKETS +! Fresh meats, both Western and Florida.

; of the Jamestow exposition; Rear as effectually as practicable, and danger I
,\ BRACELETSAND tl pi Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables
; Admiral Harrington, L. S. N.; :Mrs j signals in the form of red flags
James Y. Leigh of Norfolk, president +' -.1 SYECfALT Y .
j i shall be placed around such infected I BROACHES \ '
1
of the hostess chapter, and Mrs \\'il-1! house, houses or quarters and 31I-I: Terms Cash.WECARRY
-j Ham R. McKeiny' of Petersburg, the inmates thereof, exposed to infection I"r; all of the latest design. j'. .
president of the Virginia division
be and they are hereby required
The reports of officers were taken up to remain in such infected':I : Watch repairing done by + :' .

"! The afternoon feature was a recep- house houses or quarters or within J an Expert Workman. : :
tion at Beauvolr a replica of the Mississippi such infected district as may be under I

',I home oft Jefferson Davis, quarantine, until such time as I
J. D.
erected on the exposition grounds by i they shall be able to produce a certificate : RADFORD, I !I Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Coffee, Sugar, Riot,

the Daughters or the Confederacy. from some practicing physli ; j : I!i i Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Cat
LIVE OAK FLA.
r Among them st important mattersto i clan that all danger of infection is Goods
be considered at the present session -| past and that the infected house, ; !.I Paper Bags, etc., in stock.

is a revisio of the constitutionand I houses _or quarters, and their contents .. *+++>+> .lltl'IIIIIIII .1,: Will keep on hand most of the winter, App!!;

by-laws with a change in the ,!I have been thoroughly disinfected -I' ..,-- _. -- I I Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges. :
time of holding the annual meetings I or until such time as the State I '
; from November to October. !I Board of Health shall have taken II Beautiful Linei We have on hand now several cars of Do

I charge of and raised such quarantine; i| i. and can make you some close prices this week fo*

A MATIltNH LINE: provided that this prohibition may ':' New hand-painted China suitable :'cash.
I I- not apply to any individual adult for and '
wedding Christmas !
rll.; May Ik Built Through. Honda lie- member of the family who produces j ents. pres- ; When in need of anything in our line call on of
I
tween ( -onville and Tampa. i i a certificate from some practicing i I Skirts chilnden's ooats, hats, II write us for prices.

physician that such member has not !1 dress goods and laces ,
The Tampa Imes of Monday a specialty. Thanking our customers for ad
been exposed to infection and that I Standard past patronage
the I patterns, fashion
prints following interesting story: J
"There is a pro ability that soon 'there is no danger of such member I sheets given away each month. soliciting a share of your future orders,

there will be announcement I communicating said disease. ,;\ Ladies' and children's under- We are
another Sec. 2.That any persons violating wear. New line corsets.
of plans for trunk line rail-

road in this State, with Jacksonville any of the above provisions of the MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. I Live Oak Commission ft
M and Tampa as the terminal points preceding section shall be fined not Brokerage &

I making connections at Jacksonvillefor 1 exceeding five hundred ( ';00.00) I OIIDIN,1NCE No. 66. 'I
) points all ov \ the country dollars or imprisoned not longer than ( *
OLDA.C.
, f! Wm. S. Barber, k of Glassbour, N. J., ; ninety days, or by both such fine and I An ordinance imposing a penalty i l. FREICHT DEPOT *
imprisonment, at the discretion of the on physicians for failing to report to ,
president of the West Jersey and Sea Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited office the( J b 6.
shore railroad has jbeen spending a Major, and in addition such person the Major of the City of Live Oak, i quarters whIle in the city. to make cur _
shall be isolated under guard until certain infectious or contagious diseases
i ;
few days in the ; S.' E. i ,
Fisher and wife ahtheir home 2005 I such time as a practicing physician coming within his practice )
may certify that danger from infection -; within said City. !
Pine streetiht him came Mrs
is past. i i BE IT ORDAINED by the Major
Barber They are cousins of Mrs I
Sec. 3.-That any physician who and City Council of the City of Lh'eI I
Fisher. Mr Barter left yesterday for
# shall willfully make any false certificate Oak Florida: !
St Augustine, from which place he I
I under the provisions of this ordinance i Section 1.-Whoever, being a licensed 1!
will return to T .mpa within the I
' few dajs \ next I upon conviction by the Mayor or practicing physician within ; 1

shall be punished by a fine, not exceeding I the City of Live Oak Florida. falls I
"The has to this
gentleman come I
five hundred dollars or Im- to report immediately to the Majorof : / /Fok4I.i PURPOSE
State as representative of a number I
capitalists prisoned not longer than ninety day, said City every case of yellow fever '
of eastern who are inter 'I'
or both such fine and imprisonment I small pox cholera, dipthenascarlet 4''L 1/
\\fcst
ested in .the Jersey and Sea-
at the discretion of the Major fever, and scarlitina that The "CHARTER"Gasoline
shore railroad w\th a view to build-
Sec 4.-That this ordinance shall comes within his practice within said 7
441
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ing a railroad between certain of the Engines
take effect immediately upon its pas- city, shall be punished bj a fine of
t larger cities in Florida, Tampa being I
,fr one of them and Jacksonville another. sage by the Council and approval by Dot exceeding Kite Hundred (J500 '' WiU furnish power ;it "ie :- ':, cost tot
the Major Dollar. or by imprisonment not exceeding ery purpose No engine t c, r i L Eterjcpo
He has spent som time in Jacksonville farmer A
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ran utilize The UtI.I r'
Attest: ninety (90) days, or both r.
and is now11 St Augustine to "
ways. We hose them inwe '1\ I
S. P. MAYS, C. II BROWN such fine and imprisonment at the the .. I .Ja, J
make investigations in that section. are larprst d ill r. :1
City Clerk Pres Council. discretion of the Mayor can Jolt
supply your aints :itealsosell :
"So far Mr Berber has not made ; /;, fiatSupplies
I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the Sec 2,-That this ordinance shall \\ Marine tr: :.: V : ir
known the full meaning of his plans, I I -
City of Live Oak Florida de hereby become effectlTe immediately upon its ; Pipes; titling' '
but that he is h4re to establish an- i Write for beautiful .: ,-:' ,; ca talc go
certify that the foregoing Ordinance passage by tbe Council and approved I No
the
other trunk line etween import-
No 6.. was regularly pawed by the bj the Mayor.
and points in this State if the I
City Council the 6th of November AttestS :
day
on -
nfICei5-1 I ;
be made
arrangements can FLORIDA ENGINEAND
sary A. D. 1907, and tbe same is P. }oIA YS. C, H BRO\\N GAS
rlght-o -war. etc, seems
to
gard CO.
hereby certified to the Mayor for Ids City Clerk. Pres. Crone; SUPPLY
be assured. approval. I. S. P Nays City Clerk of the Cit: TAMPA \

of Live Oak. Florida do
i hereby certify -
Witness mj hand and the seal of I
The less a/man knows about a that the
said foregoing Ordinance, No --
City this 6th day November,
business the More absolutely certainhe 66, was regularly passed by tbe City
1997 this
make at it salacity 6th day of November, To t ,It' J.> has.
the
is he can money Council on 6th day of November
If'
S. P. Mar, City Clerk. I .. ..pTlnl'
.V. D. 190 and the same is herein 1901.S.. Sir my '\ '
Examined and approved by me this P MAYS, City Clerk tLo hin-.
something politicians certified to the Mayor for his !>
A monopoly Is t approval Examined
November 7th, .V.. D. 1907 and approved by me. So .
from to use In scar- ths
November
get money 6th, A D.
1907
Ing the people about monopolies. I J B. JOHNSON, Mayor I Witness my hand and the seal of j J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor. I mloL: : f:, t .l..,_pncLcraze



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your company.This my congratulations Mutual Life
the South, we need all the
moneywe
check emphasizes the uncertainty can get, and by keeping it at : on the dividend you Insurance Company of Rome, Ga.
of life. My husband had home, instead of sending it to I have been able to return on my pol- According to its own sworn semi-
4. failed to pay his second premium Northern Companies, we are just icy. You are evidently not dispos- annal statement made to the Gov-
and had used all of his two months that much better off. I am a firm ing of any of your funds for "cam- ernor under date July 1st, this k
ofpitemJed insurance
allowed
un- believer in Southern Insurance for
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der paign purposes. or this would not company has assetts
his contract with the exceptionof Southern men and now that we havea amounting to
fivie days. Company in our midst like the I be possible.In $1,032,709, liabilities $819, 867, and
This provision in the contract, State Mutual Life, there is no reason the South we have long felt surplus $212t\42. It is a mutual H-
I ,saved me and my family, this thousand why a new premium from this sec- the need of a substantial Life In- company and, therefore, has no '
dollars. I know of no other tion should cross the Mason and surance Company, and I am gladto capital stock. It has a deposit j
company so liberal, and this settlement -
: Dixon Line. see in the State Mutual, a com- with the State Treasurer of
,js substantial evidence of the I In this connection, I desire to $100- .
superiority of the State Mutual Life i state that it has come within my pany that has more than met its : 000, par value, State of Georgia
Insurance Company. I think most I knowledge that the State Mutual requirements, and won the confi- registered bonds, market value f
policy holders are in greatest doubt I Life is loaning money right here in dence of the people. about $120,000. The company has
M three to renewing during the first our midst. I have never heard of You have struck the right key- been twice examined under direc-
years of 'their insurance be-
I another Insurance Company having note "Southern Life tion of this
: Insurance for department by
fojf in force, and the State Mutual, loaned in South Georgiafor an expert
gtt wisely provided conditions in I its development.any money I will candidly Southern People," and I wish you actuary, who reports it sound and
w contracts to meet these contin- i say that I think it the duty of every success in the good work now solvent, and that the premiums
i'' trades.I I every man in Georgia, to patronizethe bt ing carried on. charged are sufficient to mature its
take plearure in endorsing the State Mutual Life. Yours truly, policy contracts.

word and for shall the State always Mutual say a I Yours very truly, SAM BASHINSKI, JR. Yours very truly,
LANGFORD & DICKERSON,
I WM. A. WRIGHT,
Yours very truly, Attorneys for Citizens Bank of Comptroller General of Georgia. ,
MAGGIE J. CARTER. Douglas.

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;The Company is Prompt in the Settlement of its Losses and its


Salary and other office Expenses are Subject to no Criticism.


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t : MUTUAL KA1LJO\1 IXn-STIC l. !}' It is trot out of the range of t$-$ $ -f--$. s ;.,..-----e-e

LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT The Louisville and Nashville Railroad possibility that the call for a' special
I
.' I would do well to divert its attention session In thIs state Is waiting the |

r Published Except: every Sunday.Afternoon long enough; from Its effortsto outcome of th\ Alabama legislaturein ::1 Confidence

x.... defy and Vor the \aw of Alabama this matter:,and this may be included -

"' to consider Its relation to the In the call for the session In''

t, CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and 31'g't. people of FloridX Its old ally and this State. But whether this be true j l Begets enthusiasm which-'
,: accounts for
I servitor, Judge S ayne. is not on or not no man can be elected to the
f the Federal benchVnow, and those next legislature from West Florida j X51 the ardor with which" e are pushing .z"

t, Catered at the lostoffice. Lire Oak same people are netting extremelytired who does not owlare himself in favorof

i. Florida., as Second Class Mail Mat-. of paying rout I cents a mile to legislation to force relief in this T The First National t
ter. November 7. 1905. r B
; ; ride on the Louisville and Nashville matter and there is the danger-to ,

h :- road In this Stat/ when in all other the railroad Lhat once started, it T ,

THE LIVE OIK PUBLISHING C IP1IY. parts of the country other roads consider will go to aul'xtreme that will workan f Every safeguard is thrown und National

themselves in big luck to be actual hardship{ on it. It would,
f They are frequently inspected agents of !
DEMOCRAT will be able to collect three cents a mile. for this reason, seem to us that it theCi
DAILY
$ THE mailed to any part of the United The Loubvillb| and Nashville passenger would be tteVart of wisdom on the I" troller of Currency, and area called on to.

States. pasta;e prepaid for U.U.. tariff through West Florida Is part cf the roa to make voluntary I'l i' sworn statements, to hinrfi tirries each year hill

", per year; $J.50 for six months: neither more nor less than an outrage reduction of the passenger rate as a'' 1 they are under the direct supervision of the Nom

$1.23 for :thre cicaths. or 5J cents' and the\ ubllc spirit of this trial, say for Ithr e months. Take i I al Government, and its the: staongest on earth

F for fire weeks, In advance. Delivered State doesn't show to much advant- the public fairly into its confidence )

k to any part of the city by age when we consider the ox-like aril if the r< ? ue$ slow: that it is +Ii or Safest Banking,

carrier for II) cents per week. patience with' whir, that outrage U unprofitable: fit t the rate back again! i or Best Methods, _.

I \ submitted to and compare it with the if Dt'CessarJd no one will com- F or Up-to-date _Sepice,
The TOturae of fK>i *Bc* and *is- action of so many] other States tn p'aln. The present attitude of the i r-LiberaI Treatment. i

dom ponred oat at p ala yesterday compelling a reduc on of even three road on the matter Is in the lang- I ,

: was doubtl A snfioteat to provide a cent faresVfcatis the status of uage of the gamin, 'breeding scabs.' l.I 3br.Conservative! Methods. _.

! remedy for all a sting evils in the this case, anyhow/ and why is this S.\\'.\ X.\II GVrrs THE HAHIT.I l Always use the j Tat\opal Banks. They
commonweaUhNfcat, it was furnished ;
excessive fourcenrate so long continued "p in the solid old commercial city I pered in greater) .umt ers than all other banking
la such quanytieV that we will have The IX uniak Breeze Is a ...
;I ? It /gradually. The main of Savannah Georgia. the only currency II. stitutions.
to digest conservative pap ft published: on the J !
: now in vSe during the existing
: ..,. thing was to get \candidates all line of the Lou V'ille' and NashvilleIn isi/ the Clearinghouse I Watch us grow, our profits are now as lard

fairly launched, with the r platforms West Florida! and It has always emergency Certificate. a\d there are no kickers. f s our capital was at our beginning. :jI

t- on straight, and w e presume this was been fair and f iendly to the road. I I 1f

i'1 t"--- done. but Editor Storr is losing patl'nceand The the situation Sannnah\"ews there: thus describes I
FIRST NATIONAL
!e ,t in the last sue of the Breeze, "Savannah Caring Association f : BANK 1

All of our people recognize the he rises to make a few pertinent remarks Certificates will be in circulation this TI ,
'! 1 necessity for the temporary expedient which it
we reel our duty to
morning-a goodly supply of them-
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;: t of Clearing House Certificates to aid in giving circulation to. The Live Oak Florida. .J
: and they will meet the needs of ,
;; meet the prevailing shortage in currency Breeze says that it believes the time / I .
t' business in this !1 : ; they knot that this expedient has come when the road ran reduce I
i :. Is now In universal use in' nearly the rate and earn} a reasonable profit There is no doubt that $-$- -$- ;--- --- -I $ t-t-t-t-*=........
t they will be as a cePtable as national .iin
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" every State in thi Union and that and adds ---- ---- -
bank currency they will rest
because i
) f; the certificates are everywhere received I "We believe It for the reason that u. ...
solid The
b&is associated
a
upon
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l' at par andJ fully serve all the other: roads in under condi- VISIT THE FOPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RES08J'
Florida banks are pledged for theme and, be- ..,
j purposes of national bank notes;: tions that compare with West Floridaare
; sides, there is in the hands of the
:: they know tfcat every dollar of such carrying passengers at three DOWLINQ
trustees an abundance of gilt-edged PAm
i certificates is guaranteed and protected cents per mile and there is no com- securities
t'. safeguarding The local
i{:{; by more than a dollar's worth plaint that they ar<$ losing money.s lng'able ,
banks: not bt to get from New !
i i : of the best securities deposited with an example we ":would cite the G. York and elsewhere the money due -WAT DOWN UPON THE SUWAMEE RIVER 'i.l+

trustees in whose integrity fidelity FLA. Take it
from Tallahasseeto them, since the\ stringency everywhere Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottaf
,"tj and sound business judgment, we all Carrabelle and w e have almost a
is the sam >, and being unableto
;.;" have unquestioning confidence; and parallel condition ,Ii
with
' 9f country get from eith >r New York or HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED SOOO TABLE. 6000 dD3. .-
l'L ;. knowing all thes things the people the L. &. N. the latter section havingthe WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH '-.j
Washington a su ply of currency,
:;: ,0 of Live Oak and't Suwannee county best of It. There the rate is have followed the example of other PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILIJ 4S. NA71I '

::1, have accepted the;Situation with perfect three cents per mile. We believe it RATES REASONABLE 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAK.ONLJYEMKW
cities in this
spite, and in fact of
,l; J. equanimity and good common .for the reason that considerable part every other sta/e, and issued clear- AGULF COI'f"ECTlOUTUVEDAlwtnllL.rAOCRESS {
1,1; sense, and are going about their business of the passenger tftjffic is carried for
/' t ing association certificates. That PflRK HOTEL DOWLING
::11. as usual, heartily glad that thist 2 4 cents per mile and no complaintIs PflRK. FLORIDfl.uv&
they will be reaHily taken by businessmen
, excellent device oc Clearing House made that money Is lost on It. We and wagJ
earners there is no
'. Certificates has keen provided to believe it for the reason that prior'to
:r doubt. They are intended to tide M 111 i 111 m i H it III
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meet the emergency and supply the the first of last January no inconsiderable 111111 lIllI"
the
over present money stringency
r shortage In currency portion of the traffic
k ; and will be re red Just as soon as .!!P2:I THE IW,; :
i was carried free, and if money was normal conditions return and national ;
: The gave EditorHarris made at four cents then, a three cent t
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Ocala/credit i bank currency is released and begin
of for originating rate cow would produce almost Crescent Pharmaty
as
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t I. to flow into its natural channels
i.; the "coming-out convention"idea I i.j
much revenue +even If there was no again. ,
but that/gentleman promptly Increase of travel at the three cent 1
I "The local banks are doing all that !
:':: disclaims it and says that EditorJordan I rate. We kno that there is a sentiment \ L LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. :
I is in
j l their pow r to acommodate the
it. of the' nta Gorda Herald, among the people of West Florida :t
. I j business of this section: It Is their
; I Is the lather of this novel scheme that they are treated unjustly as ; The
purpose that uiere shall be hardships | Prescription
no Drug
.', to bring all the State candidates In compared with other sections of the i!' Stored
I because 'of the need of a cir- .
bunch before th public, each with I State in this mater; and that that i' "
culating medium if they can help it It'
1 r.j'r.j'a: full statement /or his platform sentiment is stallzing into a feeling Hence they joined their credit I \tf'

Jordan li distinguished for hU against the railroad that is goIng I ,.:.
and '
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his/bold I and have put out a ---
t )- departure from to find its (expression in a demand TI'.e
local (' that will meet the I \
stereotyped m thods and ancient upon the next legislature for some It makes 11'(1 diffeirme maeatedifr.) ;
1 emergency. sine ss will go-on justas = n h?
grooves-and while we are not jet radical relief The legislatures of \>MFG nbs4'
it has beer gOing. Cotton, navalttores Ctrt'1If1
certain of the d arable utility of the North Carolina nd Georgia have blank : 1' 1
y'ourdot-
and lutiber will be moved as blankfoti r;
II coming-out con fntion, we are certain forced consideration of, and compliance ks tor write jour gar.t
expeditiously if tlrntttf
was
no
currency -
there
that it is a strikingly original with the demands of the people I preMnptiononerantillthem f .
strange y and the merchantand
I device in the notonous field of along their line' The legislature of 1 \\ I ., ', ecanl ti+
find .
will difficulty "
I no -
manufacturer
i! : politics and doe. credit to the inven- .Alabama is now in special session in getting the means of meetIng formtlj.. i I I i40 t"Orrtdll', _:
tive genius of n4 author. But Editor called for the very- purpose of forcing I : "
their I
,; Harris must cojie in somewhere in the I.. & \, to .accede to like de- obligations.weelflv" wage or other : '- I ..,---,
I
r this scheme fo he seems to havf'i I + ""

admirably succeeded in utilizing the i I I
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; Jordan idea ana making it very I II > 11111111 t 1111111111 I. HI H I tit 111111111111 M M -

I practical success.. Where You Get Your fdJd,1t
1 I i Prescriptions Correctly

II I Clearing House'CERTIFICATESObOD Reasonable Prices. :, A:
It will be worth a good deal more : i
Let as fin your prescriptions and self your drug store an idea. M'f a
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; to our farmers here in Suwannee i + lineolf .h..J rlubLr Roves. Bring us your prestr v+MM to fid ws ." :
recUy at toweat prICeS Flume us>"ur order Prompt and .b tattenD Kmiorsc
t county to come to Live Oak on the I + t *"'
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,s 25th of this month and hear the : %'00. 220 !

" speech or lecture to be delivered here | The
I Crescent ;;
by the expert on soils sent out by the Pharmacy

Department of Agriculture '
throughthe
t LIVE OAK FLO IDA.
solicitation of -1
Congressman Clark ; _.__ _
t. than.to hear the best speech made by i We wish to announce to our friends, cus- ;J: .i P. S.Use etcher's 66";for Chills'and fevero- 'Cure No?*'


t, -. the launched most his eloquent candidacy candidate at Ocala who)'es- tomers and to the public in general, that we $ .;ttJ--11111111 .t....... i n ; 1 1 1 U..Jo++++ miiPAKPY 'j

terday. Up in Georgia and Alabama, will be glad to accept i;

F { where \j ese soil experts have spoken

the farmers have come out in large LIVE OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATION :;

1 numbers te hear them. and they ex- + .T TIl'KBMLlive
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press thems yes a f greatly profitedby I CERTIFICATES r'

doing so. \farbut In is a science,

it is Ide ce in ts infancy as i i 4+- Oak to Do..I ling Park fa sale daily 'I

yet and >fce stuf y the various at their full face value on purchases of any : : a at rate of 50 cents round trip *h

soils and theVr aU,4 tat Son to particular f goods at our store. and in settlement of any +*' .... ... Minimum of ten fores. Call ont
variety of pipduc ts cannot fall ....

to be of ben'Mil tojany man engagedIn t account. In fact, we are anxious to receive i ..tt I tllill I I I ,I I.q H t&etAjent Phone 152 for

agriculture. Ttese experts sent them. j t II I111 II I I further information.fcELL .

from Washington are not mere the
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orists. They are practical men who -- -

:' have acquired practical knowledge Suwannee Hardware I. Yri.yV't->>W- N.,. ;..w. H"H"lE !!$'>>

t. 0 through close scientific study of the Company j \.\ NOXHIMG EXCLPr

subject, and no intelligent farmer ,

t can listen to them without learning FLORIDA.J Health and Accident Insurance. '

things about the soil of his own farm LIVE OAK, i Annual. Seu i-Annual.Quarterly or M(,n'Y, I Sit

;- he didn't know before and which PITTS & NkEWEN: General! Agents. LIVE OAK J
i will be of material benefit to him In +
4 his vocation. U I t III tit II-I.UIII t+:,f.J.. t t t+'U*++HV.r: ;... t : P. S.-W e need a few more good Agents in N 'r'F.)<**&. ,'

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( The Helvenston Insurance +:
Agency.During
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,-, the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly $700,000.00 and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. .:

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

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E- :- It is cause for gratitude to see the ; I :!I

-' 'I liberal manner and unanimity with

which our merchants and businessmen HAVE YOUNOTICED

. News of Live Oak and have taken.hold of the Clearing THE
.. SuLocals And Personals House plan, and are inlng the certificates
wannee County Gathered in all/of th avetues of trade. SANITOLADVERTISING

The mutual/and jtellow confidencethat
' the Reporter.
by THEY COME AND THEY GO. is: demqnstrayeatfpo fhe part of AND Of f f R IN THE

all our peop esjwak Xmore loudly
& LADlEy I IQ lt:JOURNALWOMAN'S
J than can be expr sed in a news-
paper column /5 good prophecy for HOME COMPANION

D. Hemmiifg: returned from Fen- Misses Ola a' / Verdie Johns, of : our town and country. It inspires a ATUPDAY EVENING POT '

I\S-!t last/teht, 'the White SchoeT House settlement .Por Sale !i hope that is big with good things. COLLIER: DOJNCmOR &C.
were in town opping this morning. I Let every body start a good word and

Clara MClntosh, of Luraville, papa it along. I 10SnlllTOLPBOOUCTSl.flOFill
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today.I is -
laiD the city offered on a guarantee !
plan for the j A\ OCAM'TRGKI>\'.
relief of heart burn
We offer at a bargain i
U Sere shopping today. gas, nausea and all stomach trou- i six room cottage with I Two Boys o Hunting,-One \cci- above in Journals one of the with coupons our name from as

I bles. It digests what! you eat. It modern conveniences, on dently1i1L the Other. Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL
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Mr. Tip Seeley,.of McAlpii> is in will make you healthy. Sold by Live LABORATORY, with One Dollar.
Oak I'south Ohio avenue. Most (Ocala BAnner, 14th.) They will send you an order on
&e city! visiting relatives.The Drug Co. novdT.
for the
desirable residence sectionof Yesterday afternoon Cecil, the 19- value us $2.70.ten) products. (Retail

" Union Pressing Club, neat Al Chastafnwent to O'Brien and the city. If are year-old son of. r. and Mrs. CharlesR. i
you T 'dings, accompanied by Hugh
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notice. Phone 222 rttf Pine Mount
pork oa short jestnday. to do some re-
contemplating purchasinga Knight, about the same age, went
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Y pair work for F. Green and Jas.
> W. It. Moore W'Wellborn, was in Smith. home in Live Oak come out hunting tie latter carrying a Suwannee

4 tat city yesterday" on, business. up to our office and let shot-gun. 1\ fence
Harris/will They were climbing over the
Rev. J. O. fill Mr.
Dr. Dixon is 1 /proud father of a Ridlej's pulpit aM)'e Baptist church, us show you this place.EDWARDSREaLTY leading from the Knight plantationto Drug Company '
the public road just south of the
bXy both ani
I bouncing baby this morning. morning night next Sun-
day, also hay /ch Lge Of his Bible residence when tl e gun that Hugh

VT. C. Bevan. -Suwannee. Station school class.LOSTPair. CO. was carrying wa discharged. The j I : I I I I I 1Ij
entire contents of tone barrel entered
U a business vis/toc,in the city..today.
1 little Cecil's back prom the left side,
of gold frame eye _
after tearing awa 'part of his arm.
FOR SALE- ung milch cow glasses, between Baptist church and
calf. Apply*to Sallle Reese postofflce, or between postoffice and Lewin Building, Room 3. As soon as Hugh saw what he had WHEN
residence. Finder done he rushed the house and IN NEED
Lynn Park.GreekAmerican please return \o
e. Democrat office and get icwird.Dr ," Phone No. 41I I !. called for help./ colored boy wl'o
I was working lithe yard immediatelywent
restaurant
keeps
'fresh. extra select oysters everyday. Pasco It'ft'thl**" evening for to the /pot indicated by him of nice Books, Bi-
Rev. C. A. RJdlej. who Is out of and found thfe unfortunate little fellow .
Jacksonville he ..
I" ; gXS from there tomorrow bles Pic-
the city on bu' ess, will return dead. l!e mounted a horsed Stationery
T. S. Baisden Aid S. A. Hinely morning Dneco. where he
f has been invited to dedicate church early next week/\Ir. Harris of Lake brought the ad news to Mr Tydings, tures, Musical In-
km out this after- a
,, gone hoaxing City fills his pu pit 'bile be is away. who went to\he scene of the terrible struments Picture
Boon.. next Sunday. ,
accident and took the lifeless formof

Mrs Nettie V. TupSer, of New his son to hi\ home on Oklawaha Frames, Wall Pa-
About forty Delegates arrived over
Water from Feaholloway Springs
U being need by aAoodlmany of our Florida Railway\toAttend the union Smjrna. arrived\In lie city last nightto avenue. ] per, School Books,
visit her brother, T. Chastain. The accident fast gloom
Al a over our
School
dtixeaa. meeting of Cottoj Growers' to held and Office
Mrs Turner little city whetf the facts became
in Lake City. ssed themselveswell Is wotth) grand matronof
; Exp theNrun the Eastert/Sta\ In the state of known, and th* grief-stricken parents Supplies, etc.
A full lineof ladies' Oxfords and pleased to Live !
Florida and spends most of her time have the sympathy of all in their
Thanks' !
if illppm_ just received at S. J. i Oak. to Cap Quarterman
traveling In the interest of the order. hour of sorrtr'.
Wh1te'. Shoe Store. 12-3t GALLONf
Dr. B S. Row ell, optical specialist,
';L: Col Butler accompanied the remain I located at Barcla)' fc' Groover's drugstore Our banking Institutions have When a man has done somethinghe

*of Wlllardil ves to Callahan has somethhiAnew! in the way brought the people of this section cannot explain it is a safe bet that
t- V he has stumblfd into goodness [fl[11 DOOR ij K g NfI S CO.
'yesterday.r : of a bl-focal len>>e that we doubt not under,a debt of gratitude bv meetingthe .
will be wry pleasing to. those in need 'stringent conditions: upon us in
Stacy and Joe\Bs4sden went out i of such glasses. Call on him. establishing the Clearing Ilouse As- Whne a manejes the friend who
: I i sociation in Live\Oak. When it is stands near umbrella-rack it is i
: Rear Suwannee Springs bird-hunting
remembered bat his action on their sign he knows Imsel!. f COOK Manager
':tlU afternoon. \ The Democrat ,has had many nice .
compliments paid"them on the class part is \\wholy\| gratuitous, and can and Owner

\ W. F. Ingram, o/the Pine Grove ,of printing produce in the issue of only helV.them indiccc'tly, as it helps At last chara:ter never rises above
its plane of
neighborhood, is 'among the visitors Clearing House Certificates\ Some directly ev t/ business interest of our thought

b town today. who are competent judges of such entire commu ty every man amongus J
work living in distant cities, have expressed The hands of modern commercialism -
either in the business circles or Try The Daily Democrat
: ; FOR RENT-Furnished room for that it wa I are stained with blood.
4, alto I on the farms, ought to pW: unqualified I
one or too gentlemen. Close in. possible at execute uch work a while. Ten cents ,
.},Phone and lights. Address Phone anywhere except in big city plants. 1 endorsement to the action. whichwe A diamond glitter Is incomparableto 1

''}OI. .- Thanks, gentlemen. bf'liE"ve.111 be done. the flash of trie human eve I a week. gets it.

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Ii t Mn. Abe Surask ,.and"Miss Surasky ;-- = -;; : -- 1111-----1 -- ---;- ;- --- r
v left !! I I:! I I1II1 il: 111 !! I I I II I: i : dlll i :I I '11 IIII! I' Ii I
this ,morning{, St. Augustine f


.4:"'. 'to Ylatt relatives fCreekAmerican restaurant kegs<' I Clearing House Certificates I. : .t


;1 fresh, extra select oysters ever>*da\'. : .


r :' every man debirous" of the welfare H

",ft the community will be interested I I : '
& "GOOD' AS GOLD
f| tie service af'thV Methodist church }
II Sunday m<>rnlngWe \ ;f.


'bni'Clearing House Certi- I EMPORIUM.l :
kCates ;
Suwannee
Hardware Corny 14-3t- AT THE LADIES'


d : '
M,Marable\prominent turpen-

e operator of/Lira\ille, was in
L'towa try on/tusWss. '*

FIVE DAYS' SPECIAL SALE.
I ii4 Ada Mae ftoberson returned

morahg a two weeks' bit

f u wends in hake Cit>. 10 per cent. discount given on all purchases of $3.00 and up. Discount I


-3._, E. Jones add wife and daughter,
et Dowling Park on the goods and not on the money.
/are in the city to-
4ay ldr, Jones(? onnected with the ft

Oak. Perry & Gulf Railwa>. No More Hard Times. Plenty of Money in Circulation. I t


Di7 d quantity Goods as and well GroceriM-as price worth of certificates fl worth of merchrn-


7 mod. call R. W.on PRICE & CODutflj RJMI EMBER $9 0 0 or other money, buys $1 l dise at


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'Faator of Live OaA indies be present the business at theService I Th L ales" E U I'I

tt the Methodist mporlum. I
oa Sun (y\ He has a special I r'

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PARDONS Escambia / County ARE, DENIEDTo Convicts i: Live Oak, Perry & 6ulf! R. R. Co. FLORIDA RAILWAY ":-:i -


Number of pension Applicants Time Table No. 20 ter:d

Falling Off. The Mineral Springs Route. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. JL, 19 Tallahassee I
Nov. 13.-The boardof
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pardons //met at the capitol last WESTBOCND EAST BOO'O .
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week and three to the MAD DOWN. CENTKAL: TIM K.No. .
devoted days Qu
] tad Clu rWT cuss ('IIr.fru: rlUT cuss i bi Class >4

consideration cases many of which I Frt-. Frt I 1..f..L.I\.E 1,Frt_Frt I No. L. Nab f Kai '
had been presented to the board. A I and and ;' &. &. ()tT. t., 190. p Pu, Pass P...'Fad land Ifittrt Mated STAHON& (Mail a, ki.
large number of these cases were acted 1 Pus hoe.; I :;= I FaIlS Except Eiprwa. =piaa-

favorablythough the greater j 31719rs i i 131 212, 14 164'8A..A.M ; ( nnday. Daily. j ....
upon A.M P.M P.M P.M, :A.M A.M A.M P.M P.MP.Mi T 00 s m'' 4 :30 p m I LT..._.._ .LJT. Oak-..... ...........k.',1. $8 :c--
number were/denied. Among the i __ __ STATIONS: 720 a m 4 44 p m LT.. ............__Porter_.._..........m......... L.. 10 30 a m. .I;"
I ex ;Sun 'Sun D n SliD Daily ex T 40 s 4 5 p m LT.........-..-..__Lanier._....-......._..........._..LT. 19 20 s **;*
more important of the latter were Daily Sunday. .. only only Sun only D n Daly Sun Sun Sunday 7W2J a m ml f 5 W p m LT. ..............-_...". Kirkland..._._.._.....?......_...Lv.10;' 19 a. .m :!I.
two from Escambia county. Sun ly only only.Lve : a nil! 5 19 m'''Ar____W ilmsrtL ....... .. ... ........ ...Lv.110 00 1.i3fa m
I 1 h LYe be Lye L.e !iAr Ar Ar Ar r_)! 10 ro a 11I1 5 20 p P m L...._.....___WlmartA_......... ........ .?.....Ar. 3C7 ae /
B. H. Burton, who has been deputy 130 400 1066 a III: 5 24 p m LT. .__...--.Suwannee River_... ... ..............L... 56.a s. t 18.a
745-11 10! 41 ......Iift oak__........ '10101154 s 351 S SO: ml+ L..._.._._._._Norwood. 1.
clerk of Escambia. was sent up for 80611 301! 9 1 44 .... Starr_.. .. 5a11131; 5 11 S 25 S 33 5 1014 10 25 a 11I1 5 5 30 40 9 m m Ar.S ..... .. -....Mayo: -- ..............................L. f -IS. e 1 Mm
eight for and embezzle 81,1135 9:5115.I ? 4 ...),(mer. 9441123 512 320 15 p LT.,-. ._-...... __Mayo: -........... .....................Ar. 'II. m a fi fa
S 42 f
11 11I1 i7
years .forgery e U 11 40, t 2155 4 ... Platt.... .. 9 11 = 509 31$ a pm .. ..... a s i.
8 932O 4 .. 300 3 111 Ills a III! 5., p m LT. .. ._....._......s&n Pedre.-.. .. .... ..........L. f 30 a. i.I.
30,11
ment. His caSe was presented by -Lancaster. 93Z111! 500 Salt Rosd.. I.
501 210 : 310 1200 1135 a :: 6 5 5 10! p m m LT.LT.::::::::::.: ::.:::::::.:::.. = ::: :::::::::.:: :.:::::.:t:: ::: :: :::
Blount & Blount'& Carter, but deniedby 8 45.12 x0'< 9 4 210 5 00 :I 00: Dowliec Park n 11 OS 11 I 5,1 2 45 :I 00 12 1" Pili 6 17 p m'LT............_...._...._.Chariton....._._.................Lv. 00 : .
the board.J. 8 5012 15i 9 244 5o4 304Chancey: 9 1 10 r 11 443 236 2 4 12 20 p m I 27 p p m.L..........__....._....._..Beene___...................-.Lv.,, t 63 a s 125; I.
8 S5 U %0 10 2 U S Mayo JgnettOD. 230 2 305 -" 12 30 m 6 35 ..-Lv.._..._.............-.Feabdbwsy-.-.... .........-.L..., m. i m I.
sit 19 p -IS.
19i" 9 (* 11 3.\ 4351 p .. __.. ... ........... ,.
M. Andrew*, ex-chairman of the I Z 5 Day .0 43 26 12 50 III II'. m Lv_.. .. .. 1IJn&I'k ........_.L.., 1311
board of county commissioners of 15: I S 5 5 .J 15 ... ..8110. 595 8 10 39 .I 2 19t 1 go p m 6 SO P pm Ar.__._...........__._..Ferry_...... ............. ....L...: 130.a II e 111 I It f I..
23t 1- 2 11
3 06 a se 19 3'l
Escambia count!, serving a term of ,9 51.0: I 3 3 n S 5 01 .Fellholleway. ..5mtth 8 8 3 J4 19 W 14 ', 1 1 37'S4 Luraville Branch
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four years on a'charge of forgery 10s I 4 S 1 .Pem 800 9 120N
and uttering forged. paper, was 3S; 4 15 S 30 'Hampton Sprinas.. 7 t5 9 25 1 oe Between Lnraville and Wilmarth.

denied.At MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.I Bound.West I 1lL

the last meeting of the board < 3tt a m L. *._....._._._ Wilmarth.-....._. .._...__ ..' .
\ A.M' i A'M'P'M 'P.M't 8 50 a m1 Ar.. ...-._..Lurarille_ ..... ......- --....,, -3.L.
of county commissioners the list of I P.M ; P-Ml, ,
I L.e LYe : Lve I Ar Ar Ar
, applicants for pensions presented ::12 20 1000'' S 10 .. .. Mayo Junction: 11 S, 4 35 235j12 Alton Branch

t was noticeably smaller than heretofore :-- + if'10-- --- -320'- .. ... Dell.. .. ... J- ii 4 : :; Between Mayo and Alton. ...
i only four names being approved. '12 40 HI 15'' 3 21: ..-. P"tft'llO... .. 11 U 4 19 2 1 -
!12 5010 25: 335 .. .. .Mayo.. ... !! 4 18 2 I t .
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t CSJ-\'ELT'JrSTU1ES IT. 12551030. ;; ..... Altos ........ 11 06 ;; 1; 10 40 a m LT.._. .. ... -Mayo. L
, Ii ;A.M p.M,A.M,P.M P.M.P.M, A.M.A.M. A'M P'M P.M P'J 19 60 : mAr.Trains! .....:::.:::::::...:: .: .....::..:::..=:..Alton==.:::.:::::.:::::.=:::=;--.._Lv.J11M I ::
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; S'js Lecnd, God \\> Trust :Sun Only Only Sun Only; Sun IOn y Only Only Sian Sun I scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line west bcnnd and Atlantic Coast Lis.-oeff
Hu/ine. bound at Live Oak. For information regarding rates schedules and connections apply to
\ Has \o On Our
s I 3 i7i 1 9 S 1 13 2 + 12 14 16 8 i T. P.ALSTON.Superintendent F. P. WOO 'AJU>,G.F.A F.JL
.t t Coinage. I j 4I I

t. Washington, 'ov. 13.-"In God ,etrust" : scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic I --- .

will not l>e upon any United Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connections I

i States coin designed in the future if : call on any ticket agent.J. .
LEE ENSIGN, 1'res.i.lent. R. P. HOPKINS.. Traffic Manager.
11 t t President He IasrlttD Roosevelt a s gorous can prevent letter on Jt < I, Can You %Write a Ghost Story?
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the subject, copies bf which were:

: mailed- to all correspondents I who sent I No doubt know have been telling
One Proof f.r you one you
him protests of toe absence of the I Ijjt. years. give a
words on the new kold pieces. <
In the letter the President says he CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARS

doesn't approve of the motto on coin- "t for the best Ghost Story written by young:

,; age. Its use is irreverent, dangerously I or old, male or female.
, close to sacrfligious, eminently Prove
I The only condition is that each contestant
unwise and cheap ns such motto by i iIj 8 i
: use on coins. \ i"ii' | j send Fifty Cents for a years subscriptionto

"In all my life I pave never heard it THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly

any human being speak reverently of I publication, published at Live Oak, Florida.

the motto on the coins. Throughout The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;
;'i the long contest on 1'1!'the free coinage
yourself it has will
of its
1r a own, and stands on a plat-
Ii question the existence of this motto form unique jn policy and principle. The a
.II was a constant source of Jest, ridicule -
number will
first
1 and thus wasunavoidable.! If appearNOVEMBER

} Congress directs n.e I will replace FIRST

f On the coins the sentence in question.
R Write on one side of paper only; story not
and the direction w 11 be immediately
to exceed 1,000 words contest will close
put into effect. Bu I earnestly trust ;

religious sentiment.and. spirit and : FEBRUARY, J5th 1908.

1 reverence of country will prevent ,, Particular people whose pride and name and and winner will be announced in the March

such action being taken." pride in product goes into their stationery have i number. Send in your subscription at once.
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THE BOSS COTTON J STALK. j preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE

I over fifteen years. I ,
Twenty-Six Feet High With Four Ii

i Hundn-U KolKSavannah I Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care i Drawer 30 Live Oak, Fla.

t ( News. ) I ful methods that make for firmness and permittance are I
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A cotton plant \ twenty-six feet still used in making '" nj] rS>O :r Its beau- >* III III I I III Mill I I II I III I I HUM Ml MM I ,.H

high and bearing peer 400 bolls Is : tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness and erasing I "

a highly prized possession of Mr. L. ; qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de

H. Ambrose, an/employe of the Atlantic !:: luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. SEABOARDAirline
Coast Line, who resides at No.
1203 West BroVd street. lie has a Write your letters so that they will compel a read ,

number of other\ plants of large size, ing-write them on

but this Is the largest. It is of the Railway.

'' sea more island attention variety and than has the receivedno flowers @ @ (WP@NJ( [ iID@ jt[ ) : T Savannah *

among which he planted the seed. ; Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,
to strengthen their appeal andto reflect the standing Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

Always Was Sick. of.ourhouse 'ltr\\n nli3)t\\f\fl tr\\Nlrm costs Philadelphia and New York.
no more than U- U\J 19J U\J U:1J: other -
When a man says he always was good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve --

sick-troubled with a cough that you as vellThe TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS DfllLY
lasted all winter-what would you

i think if he should say-he never was COUPON BOND book showing American Writing Paper Co.
4 sick since useing Ballard's Horehound various weights-firmbo*and colors
and how finely the paper prints will b. : j Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
Syrup. Such a man exists. Kent you with the name of local print l-arse Manufacturer* of the "'omer I
or stationer who can supply you-if
Mr. J. C. Clark Denver, Colorado, you will.writ u*on your busmen* let menial Paper in the WorM.
Svt writes: "For years I was troubled terhewi. 2!) :1 s. HLYK E, MASS. --- ---

i4 with a severe cough that would last Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
all winter. This cough left me in aI
miserable condition. I tried Bal ----
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I lard's Horehound Syrup and have not Marriage Is a university course I Had IWvn Iitninjr..

had a sick day sinceThat's what it men take to qualify as exj erts on the 'j Mamma-Garret, your conduct is ; The Jamestown Exposition Line
I Just dreadful. Why do you act so
did for me. Sold by Suwannee Drui price of a woman's hat.A .
naughty NORFOLK
Co. nov-dw VA.
t Garret gage tin'-Ob. I guess its
Bard iH-bt>> to Taj.
because I'm too little to know an\ Excursion Tickets S Ie Daily
Attack ol Diarrhoe Cured by Ow, on *
that
*s I owe a debt of gratitude can better.-Chicago News.

: Dos e of Chamberlain's Colic never be paid off.:' write G. S. Clark, For fun
information
f Cholera and Diarrhoea He Fought at Gettjsburg.! or Seaboard and Sleeper relations call, "r ,"y agent
l of Westfield, Iowa "for my rescue or write.
: Remedy.I David Parker, of
Fayette N. Y..
1 i was so weak from an attack oft from death by Dr. King's New Dis who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL 1'ass. AECnt. Jci -,-.. -. f.a.J .

I t diarrhoea that I could scarcely attend covery. Both laags were so seriously "Electric Bitters have done me + *AlLLLLLLLi I
more
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'. to my: duties, when I took a dose of affected that death seemed imminent good than any medicine I ever took. -

!< Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and when I commenced taking New For several )ears I had stomach -- --- -

Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me en- Discovery. The ominous dry, hack- trouble and paid out much money
for medicine to little purpose untilI
y tirely and I had been taking other ing cough quit before the first bottle began taking Electric Bitters. I Advertise!

medicine for nine days without relief. 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 equaledew Discovery for coughs, the aged and for female weaknesses.Great Have you anything to sell? Do want to buy?
bowel compb.lnta.-R. G. Stewart of colds and all throat and lung com- alterative and body builder: you

the firm of Stewart & Bro.. Green- plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & sure cure for lame back and weak Have you "lost" or "found" any hing"

tllle Ala. For sale by Barclay: & Groover druggist. SOc and Jl 00 kidneys Guaranteed by Barclay &

Grooter. and all druggists. w* Trial bottle free nov-dw Groover druggist. 50c noT-dw An lad, in the Daily will meet your dernends.r4 .



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;t I Wealth Way fn Vhis World

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, 1011 will always have good health. What 19 more to a man ai
., than good health? AU the money In the world can't make
happiness where health Is unknown. Ballard's Snow Liniment
Rheumatism, Cuts, Bums, Srrains, Neuralgia,
CURES Sores Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, Ulna
Back and all the Ills that flesh is Heir to.

11 One Who Knows.

The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy
I r J. O. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. writes; I cannot t College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for
too highly praise your Ballard Snow Liniment for
I i all
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused hr sudden chattgof graduates.
, and exposure to the weather. I also r couimerd your
. Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs: and colds. SCHOLARSHIPS
These used together defy all pain. I

GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 25c, 5Cc, $1.00 : t
$40 $50 $75 and $90

Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ,


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

I i SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE.


f' Sold and Recommended by I i Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner StreetL.

I si. iiATTON', G' *' STEIHKS.
Suwannee Drug Company. t LIVE GATT TT A
( President and Proprietor. J.1 J \. Principal.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. . I" I I I I I I I I I I" 1.1 I. . I I I. . I I 1.1 I I. I. I I I I II I I. 1'1 I 1.1.1.
men In the prey jyilng styles in ladies'hosiery. j
II' ** I H i 11 M H I 11 I I >'! M 1 HI I I II i I 11 tiff I 11 1 H I H .M H I H M < 111 111 11111111 M 11..

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M Pneumonia Follows a Cold i i Alleged Embezzler Caught.

but never follows the use of Foley's : (Tampa News.)

I ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. Honey and Tar. It stops the cough, j ATLAN'TIC'COAST' 'I M \\'. Thompson who Is charged

LIVE OAK. ; FLORIDA.n heals and strengthens the lungs an 1 I j LINE with embezzling $12.000 from his

pnetMM in aU the court of the State. Spec- prevents pneumonia. City Phar- i\ employer S. J. Warren the Stemper
attention given to Conveyances. Collection macy. nov* 1 turpentine man, is In the county Jail.
ft
tfBtntfcEte. All busmen promptly attend- I ,
Thompson, as told in the Evening
ifeNOTABT Pviuc STATE AT LABGK. The hex a man has I'I Rail Road n News, was arrested at Wiggins Miss.,

had the more suspicious he becomesto UI and was brought to Tampa by Sheriff

DR. J. W. WEST the women : Smith, of Bainbridge, Ca., who assist

Goes every where, North. South, I I ed the local sheriff's office in locatingthe

Physician and Surgeon. The Postmaster of Gasconado, Mo., fugitive.

Office> : Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. I i Daniel A. Bugb, says, "I cannot say East and West. Through Pullman [H'' Thompson carried two revolvers

too much for your Kidney & Bladder when arrested in the Mississippitown
Residency at Ethel Hotel. '
service all trains.
Pills. I feel like a new man." Dc- on I' evidently with the intention of
n.-omc.. No.168laideM" .
No. 23 or 168. Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are ; resisting arrest but he did not get

Drat Store(Barcla:&Groover)NIJ 16. sold by Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d an opportunity to use them. His wife

CONSULT THE "PURPLE J FOLDER" I accompanied him to Tampa.
historical I
of
C L Sftown. F. E.THOU ASON The meaning < any Ii

& THOMASON event depends p tt\what he who citesit Significant Prayer.
BROWN is trying toThre's, )roVA "May the Lord help you make f

-- i For detailed informotion, schedules, rates ij Ducklen's Arnica Salve known to
f
Use all," writes J. Q. Jenkins .
No I of Chapel 6
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS and reservatione see nearest ticket
can't beat Herbine for your Hill N. C. It quickly took the pain ,
talking you
agent, or write or call on out of a felon for me and cured it In i
11ri 0AI. : ; : FLORIDA. the liver. The greatest regulater
I a wonderfully short time." Best on
If ;,
ever offered to suffering humanity.
"t you suffer from liver complaint, if J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, earth for sores burns and wounds.25c .

L. A. CRAWFORD, you are bilious and fretful, its your Live Oak Florida. at Barclay & Grover drug .
etore. nor-dw
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER liver, and Herbine. will put It In Its I If
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proper condition. A positive cure for -----or .
Office Upstairs, The Sad ."art.
Constipation, Biliousness, Dyspepsiaand I
Citizens Rank Building, all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya FRANK C. BOYLSTON. District Passenger Agent j "I am afraid." said Mr. Henpeck t
"that I made of myself today
afyol -
UTE OA.K -:. .:. FLORIDA. title and you will never use any- '
II Atlantic Coast Line R. R.:, Jacksonville, Fla. ,' VDon't
thing else. Sold by Suwannee Drug I.
: tuout "
novdwhumanity worry it, his wife
T. J. LYLE Company. ",, I replied; "it isn'Iik\Iy that anybody

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tells/ts sins to the Lordin
Practical Appendicitis Very,lYudent. i way you spok/ or acted"-Chicago
a\oJ hating to divulge
order to ,
Is due in a large measure to abuse Record-Herald
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER them to mortal!. "Mrs.Vindsor'ts a prudent woman,
I i i of the bowels, bv employing drastic Jsn't she?" \( Ij j

k 35 year's experience I purgatives To avoid all danger use I "Very. She always lives within Ii j+ Cured of I.rightS Disease.
,
*rtock of Watches always on hand. Best remedy for mothers to use is only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, tha her aIlmoD\-Jud. j Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N.

-- Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It I i IV., writes: "Before I started to use

tastes nearly as good us maple sugar I invigorators. I We have-secured-the-agency for i Foley's Kidney Cure I had to get up

it contains no opiate Sold by Live I ache, biliousness, malaria and from twelve to twenty times a night
i Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the ,
fOLEY'SONEY Oak Drug Co. nov-d i I Jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drug new I and I was all bloated up with dropsy
r store. 25*. nov-dw' laxative that makes the liver lively and my eyesight was so impaired I

:i "i id funnjKfcow men like to stand I I purifies the breath, cures headache could scarcely see one of my family f

I in front of a l ia>,and argue the | roiHbition I An>'wa\ the'xools probably have a and regulates the digestive organs. across the roomI had given up '

question i) lot of fun that the. wiseacres never Cares chronic hope of living when a friend recom-
constipation. Ask us
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AND TAR dreamed about mended Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50
I alert it City Pharmacy. dw
I ISilliiniMie** and Constipation.For cent bottle worked wonders and before -

sears I was troubled with bil-The- New Pure Food and Drug Law I had taken the third bottle the
+I tousnt's and constipation which We are pleaded to announce that The way some .men act you cnBe1't"r I dropsy had gone as well as all other
.JJe original tell whetW'they love their
:I made life miserable for me.Iy appetite Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs: I symptoms of Bright' disease" City
I wives or are afraid of them.
WE cough remedy failed me 1 lost my usual colds and lung troubles is not affected Pharmac nov-d*

force and vitalit Pepsin preparations by the National Pure Food and I ,
t: e0tbs, CoWs, throat and lungcrybody.SSold and cathartics only made matters Drug law as it contains no opiates Take some good reliable and safe When a man' refuses his daughterto

No worse. I do not know where I or other harmful drugs, and we recommend digestaat like KODOL for dyspepsia. I I another, it isHard to say whetherhe
w everywhere. should hue been today had I not it as a safe remedy lor KODOL is the beet remedy known today i is spiting Mm or doing him a

1'0 The genuine tried Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver children and adults. City Phar- for heart burn, belching and all favor

,\, Y'S "ONEV and TAR is in Tablets The tablets relieve the troubles arising from a disordered

wP&ckiffe. kef uke substitute. ill feeling at once, strengthen the digestive A man is setting pretty well educated digestion. It is pleasant to take and There Is No Reason

i.,.,Prepared I. only by functions, helping the system when r 'Wlizes that he is notesceatial affords relief promptly. Sold by why your baby should be thin and

--=Company, Chtcag. to do its work naturally Mrs. to *ftDancing e w.: 1ve., Live Oak Drug Co. BOY* fretful during the night. Worms are
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,:par horses Rosa Potts. Birmingham, Ala. The,'e the cause of thin, sickly babies. It
as well as to jourself. tablets are for sale by Barclay & Proves Fatal When jotf'see a man and a woman is natural that a healthy baby should
tad not BUffer from pains of catch coldsat looking in tI window of a be fat and sleep well. If your baby
and all druggists nov-w Many men and women
Groover
IIJ K>we your horse need not suffer. dances which terminate in pneumonia store it is a/soMt Cupid fUrDltUl'f'1 I does not retain its food, don't experiment -

It of Ballard's Snow Lini- I Doflncd. and consumptionfter exposure around. with colic cures and otbe-
Cures
all pains. J. M. Ro- medicine. but
l try a bottle of White's
*" if Folt YO's Hone and Tar i*
: ''Babnfteld, 110., writes: 1 uSa pop what's, a raffle t'ri am Vermifuge and
will
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DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Haz<' you soon
cold and no
,' I taken it will break up a
-ed where I buy
JOur : n. is
Liniment A raffle my ) ,
for ten oar ta'have color and
erious results need be feared Refuse 'aUe i,; healing and soothing Geto laugh as
114 ring, -
bd chances' a diamond .
it to be the best I :nineteen < 'j'3: Surd:
1 Suwannee
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but the genuine in a yellow k .os Sold ti :ve ? Drug
r with\Q.ne chance wins any
ated fellow
for man or beast. nd the : nov-d Co nOYdw.LIVE *
I --pany
i d.; u. Drug Co nov-d w* i j 1t.-Llppln 'ott's Magazine. package. I I

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t\.I D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. ARNOLD RrMICKLER. Cashier.

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1.: Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights r Ej!

Power and Turpentine. II", fii'\i. i FOR BOYS.

Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for' cl
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. : Q t In buying clothing for boys, some people think
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing -, : just any old thing will do, if it will protect him
,4 purposes. n t from
" Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have FpeE:" Q U the weather,
cial! attention, and all orders promptly filled. 1 I You couldn't practice poorer economy when
We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and ,Inl j you buy that kind of clothes for boys. Put your
flooring.: Come and get our prices.n : money in the best
-- you can buy.
Auctioneering of all and everything -I any tax payer shall pay during the lu t)
at the Auction House of R. W.I month of December, shall be allowed |: GOOD ALL-WOOL MATERIAL
{ 4 Price & Co., every Saturday. If you.a discount therefrom of one per I 0 J n
want It, we have it, and at your own centum thereof. :
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price provided It U better than the Any tax paid on or upon the first P J / !| with good, honest tailoring, good trimmings, fit
other fellows. Come aro.nd every day of January shall for the purpose BB and style, and
you will be pleased.
Saturday and see. of the additions aforesaid, be regarded -
d6t H. W. PRICE & CO. as paid on the last day of the It B I These are the kind of Boy's Clothiug we have
month in which it is paid. &
Notice. I J. X. MEEKS. (1tt ..... . . . .t>? for you Come in and let us Fit Your Boy.
Tax Collector Suwannee County Fla.
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To the several tax payers of Su wan-i

In nee accordance County Florida to Section: 41, of d-wky GENTS
4 Ctapter 5596 of the Laws o?Florida hi;. 1;. s. KOWKLUOptician. I ttj 5. J. WHITE
/ I hereby give notice thttt collection the ttI[J ip FURNISHER.
Tax Books are now open for I I
of taxes for the year A. D. 1907. The refractive defects of the eye [
The law provides that any tax pay- and and the manufacture of lenses a! f Live Oak .
er who shall pay taxes during the specialty. i Florida.
: month of November, shall be allowed In! "
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_'''' Eatabhll LIVE OAK FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1007. VOL. XI No. 24
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HOUSE Petition by Merchants and Business .
CLEARING
Men. HON., FRANK CLARK
I Live Oak, Fla., Nov. 11, 1907.
; Citizens Bank

IS ESTABLISHED First Live Oak National Bank.GentlemenWe Bank. COMING TO LIVE OAK

t the undersigned
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merchants and business men of Live
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.\ Oak, respectfully petition the above

Certificates are Issued-They will Stimulate Busi- banks to form a Clearing House As-
sociation, and issue Clearing House Will bring with him the Hon. Wm. G. Smith of

1 r ness and are Good for Taxes and all Purposes Certificates In order to revive trade
and business generally. We agreeto the United States Department cf Agriculture.The .
f.It'. accept same In exchange for mer-
chandise or on account at face value:
h Mother page will be found a rate, take it, or if you owe a bill, anC 1.1.. DIxon.
r-ea, addressed to the banking- (can get n certificate instead of a piece Edwards Realty Co. Democrat Is in receipt of a letter courthouse. Every farmer in the
.....i of Lire Oak, signed by the of United States currency, go and pad Ladies' Emporium, L. S. Harvard from Han. Frank Clark, under the county should try to be here. It is
t ....,. merchants and business men jour debt with it. Let us all bah Surasky Brothers of the llth inst., in which he has very rarely the case that such an
h.., dIf city, asking them to demise confidence in the plan, and quit talking J. L. Lee. graciously offered the farmers and authority on agricultural matters }
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-i for the Issuance of Clearing M much hard times, and go t, J. W. Hawkins. business men of Suwannee county a comes to our section. His speechesare
'-fibs Certificates. This request was hustling business, and pushing alon; Suwannee Hardware Co., by R. E treat in the shape of an address from highly Instructive and will doubt-
> ....of our banks not because they our enterprises with our u".at.Impend McXeillLive the lion. Wm. G. Smith, of the department less be of great value to all the
fee pable to meet the demands up- enthusiasm.ith good wholesome Oak Sash & Door Co. of Agriculture. Mr. Clark citizens of the county.
utbratr but that the finances of ourNrlty confidence in each other, ant' W II. Goodbread.J. advises us that they can be here on Let the farmers talk this matterup
; might be made more elastic, a courteous recognition of our mutiu W. West.R the 25th of XO"t'mbE'r. We have accepted among themselves and do not forget -
;*ftrtr rendering it more easy to relationships are capable of mal L. White. this offer in the name of our that a large crowd will be hereto
the cotton and other corn lug our times almost as good as M M. I. Burnett & Co. citizens, and have promised that a hear these prominent speakers on
idesj and the better prepare all of want them. A\tih our barns an M I..aurus.Jutler large audience will be here to greet that day Every body knows what a
:.. K people to further their business larders now full almost to the burs Bros. them They will be here on Monday, speaker Frank Clark is, and we will
[fcttrwU without the eiubarravs.finally ing, and our stocks of goods, lard W A. Edwards the 25th; inst., and will speak at the not let him off without a
-.ta incident to times of and ample, and hundreds of our pe Jte Oak Publishing Company. ---- --------

I ;=*cs4 stringency. The banks tutee pie, who only a few years ago, wei 2. "'. Rogers.E. THE LIVE OAK CLEARING
j I [k/,.. together, selected S. .\. llinely, forced to lire from hand to mouth- S. Ingram & Co. spet'Ch."I
\1& X. Wood and W. J. Ilillman astvUn now with nice hank accounts an Worth Stephens Co.
J 4" and formed a Clearing 'with the bank deposits here in Lit E. J, Blume & Co. Trustees Issue Official
'ae.e) ,AssocUUon in answer to thegfifrt Oak and indeed throughout ou Fla. Live Stock & Vehicle Co.. by

. '* made of them, and today the, entire State, larger, perhaps, Uu S. B. Conner. In order to meet the request of a Lion, but what these certificates are
; ':Mf&t, new certificates are in cir- I th7 (,n'rH"re..' In-fore in the historof The Hinely Stephens Co. petition signed by the merchants and just as good as actual coin and will
! oiatJoi throughout the town and the country; with our people al Mays Bros. business men of Live Oak, Fla., and fDe accepted as cash by every one In
d ,M filly erring the purposes fi at peace with each other, leadin Geo. Wolfe. to further the demands of this section i I payment of general accounts and
;. 1"i mdy pun in the hands of all tt ho sober, industrious Ih'e8hat groun Live Manufacturing Co. of the State, the following banks : debts This action of the Clearing
!r' fats beat fortunate enough to get hun'e to become a band of "ca1: Geo E. Porter. have formed a Clearing House Association Hoi se was taken not only by general
) .'btU of them. That they are as good amity howlers Let no man anion; n.v., Helvenston. i viz: The Lite Oak Bank, request, but In order to meet the
Ii.r for dollar, as any green-hack us be guilty of such foil). Our po The Hair Hardware Co. j The Citizens Bank and The First National urgent demand for a medium that
e$ _*wr limed by Uncle Sam, no one has sibilities are great, and growin, E. S. Tullock.J. I Bank. These banks will to- would assist trade, and it is our
IR[ tt question. greater. That the times are stringent W. Cobia.Operators' Ida j begin pa)Ing out certificates I opinion that this plan (which has already -
ill of our merchants and business we admit, but stringent time Cooperage which are backed by the combined I been put into effect in all parts
'-5 f wi we anxious. to get them in are needed in the course of events Davis Grocery Co. I resources of the three above named of the country) will largely relieve
: ,tegirmeat of accounts, or "onU banks; and in addition to this, the the present situation, and will help
1-- % goods, at if they were made of to the |HH>ple. They come as a checl Julian Efird.J. L said banks hate deposited with W move the crops that are ready for
fettering cold, and tte learn they go to prodigality and rctelrous luxuries Fletcher.. T ;. [ i. Hillman S A llinely and H M. market
Apr in payment of taxes, purchase that injure both mind and body, am D L Palmer. Wood trustees securities to the W. J. IIILL IAX.
I (flt&Kftd! tickets, postage stamps or react in national debauchery.Let J. C Daisden. I mount of one dollar and fifty cents S. A. HINELY.II .
I tag else one desires to use them us thank Goal who rules tin Barclay & G rooter. I foeach dollar issued In certificates :\1. WOOD.
** (trw to the payment of sub- destinies of both men and nations for I Suwannee Drug Co I W'ncc there can be no possible ques- Trustees.

( IIrpdou! for the Democrat.) | the times of toelay as He orders them, r S J. White. -- -. ----- -- --_- --- --- - ---- ------
( low let nobody think they hate and like one of old, with deep gratitude City Pharmacy. TALL FUn CULTS. that President Roosevelt will not ac-
i 1-4 "mare'i net" because they take courage, and press the }<'. Thomason.. -- cept a third term and that "Uncle ,
i *? Wt be able to readily umlerJ battles! of our common industries to H A. Blackburn. .')'lntl'I'lttol of (Vnjiress Are to Assemble Joe" Cannon, speaker of the houseof
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.r explain the philOsOphy of the I Ia higher, nobler, and cleaner prosperity E A. Burdick.J. on November 30. representatives will be the Repub- j
| IH. ud begin series of knocklngs. i; than we fosse t'trr fiijojeil; D. Radford. Waco Tex., \ov 12,-Congressman lican nominee. i
**. I|J, H Tucker Jr.J R. L, Henry, chairman of the I "
I ; are only a few among us who j for I this is possible to intelligent "Mr Bryan, Mr. Tillman said,
j *tiUadU e philosophy of our |i i Americans, and especially the B Buchanan. Vmocratic! caucus of the National "will be the Democratic nominee
PM national currency system; yet j(icons I of Suuannee ('aunty, IUtIt''j Cart A. Hardee. louse of Representatives, has Issued without a doubt. lie is the greatest
1 ....8 bate unwavering confidence in J. H Barton &, Co. ;s call for the caucus to assemble in living Democrat and the proper man
1... almost lose our lives in the \SS.U'I.Tlm TIn TKICHKKWest Byrd &. Barton.A. :b hit If tU |%ue.IWdeariag I Lee Humphreys. o' lock, goternment."

! House Certificates is- Palm Beach, Fla., Nov. 1;. .... Rubenstein. Mr Henry in answer to a ques- The senator declared that the present -
)i ..4 by ear Lite Oak banking Insti Because Professor E V. James Live Oak Brokerage &. Comrofcwfen tion stated that he would not be a financial situation need not ..

,Ire M safe and sound for the principal of the High School here, Company candidate for the minority leadership worry the people
ltaes,, tor Which they hate been I. had punished his boy in school, J. I of the House in the Sixleth Congress. "This country," he said, "has !

"ti aid are being used in this O'Sullivan, a painter today assaulted I New York Life Accepts Notes for reached a point in its prosperity
.. M Premiums. WHAT TILLMVX THINhS. where financial flurries In the money
they had the govern Professor James as he was leatingj j
.. ...p apog tht'm. They are the school building, shoved him back I'!J In the present stringency' in the centers do not affect It."
b7 ample I. market I will accept notes Bryan and Joe Cannon Will lie Ultals
securities and the into the office and locking the door money 1
}\ lit thoroughly able to takewttj struck James under the right ey e for all or part of the premiums coming Presidential Nominee Next W M. Boatw right had the mis- }
I dollar of the issue. and near the temple with a knife due on life insurance. Interest Y ear.DanUlle ;
fortune to lose his dray horse the
i 1 to do I., if you hate any- inflicting a deep but not necessarily only 5 per cent 111. Xov 12.-In an interview -
II en, bring it along and ifr dangerous wound The plolce are B W HELVENSTON. today Senator Benjamin R first of the week but now has
** e Offers you a ct'rtlfi- searching for O'Sullivan Agent New York Life Ins. Co. : Tillman, of South Carolina, declared another, and is on the street again.

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,"i f;tate than any other house in Live Oak. Just bring II I O co CJ S5co:: QII ,. afy 0

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THEY NEED NO PRAISE
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STOVES AND RANGES FOR ALL CLASSES OF WORK I


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; The Fencethat is bestadapted to your lands. Try it and convinceyourself '

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

Gaulbert Co's Paints, two of the Enamel Ware. The "Blue Dia

best. We can prove this to you 1ri mond" Crockery for everybody -

F'' from Government reports. from the modest price to the

1J Ask us and see! highest I

t Oils Varnishes Stains Guns Pistols Rifles AmmunitionFor

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Shelf Hardware, Primble Cutlery and something cold in the "JERSEYICE

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I{ Men's Overcoats and Raincoats. Ladies' Raincoats. Misses and Children's Cloaks. \

,= ',. Also to our large stock of dress trimmings. :

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

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

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

.. i We also have a full supply of underwear of of all kinds, which is being offered at ATTRACTIVE

s prices. Same as past two years, you will find it to your advantage to examine

i this stock before you buy. "ye have just received one car load, 150 bbls., Kaufman's

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

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

strongest guarantee goes with it. j

Highest market prices paid for Cotton, Chickens, Eggs and Turkeys. 1


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t Iment tr% Chamberlain's Pain BJ.II! :. \Vomen's troubles very often occur nonth. Be'cause
regularly at a certain time every j
i It has no superior for sprains anai this may have been so all your life, is no reason why it sh oJd' continue.
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i swellings. \ piece of flannel slight1 ForWoman's Many thousands of j
women who had
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previously suffered from troubles SJ T ilar to yours
Balm '
with Pain is sup
dampened j
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to disorder of the
( womanly organs, have found in that
welcome relief cure
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wonderfully successful medicine for
pains in the side or chest It also r- women,
' lietes rheumatic pains and nialas1s
. sleep and rest possible. For talc In
'; Barclay. & Groover and all nov d ugists w-- Wine of CarduiMrs.

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A h thotli!'>t Minister lUtconiimnJrii. > Leota Forts of ,
Toledo. Ill
.iiilierl.iMI'S Couch IUiiietl writes: "I am"e3 pleased.';Ih the re.:_:L .; ':: ..ird'JL
Eye taken three bottles and am : .
navperfecfyvej free _
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We hate used Chamberlain < '\1':: pain have g.d ;
i Remed in our home for seven ><'.ir- I J.1S USA LETTER ';v:,'"foraf.e"pyof.a:1.oI. ":e64-paK, .," ",Ir
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would do more than the manufacturers Circuit Court Prise't'ding., n t."Jt'i"! II i I.l' ;,:., l' .. '
for it It is especialUgood bllSt. 1 i- a frigttillJ "O:1'relI
claim condition tll UPn H"I\
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.. 'oral i v;; ( Ji l4Vteen d
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for croup and whooping cough. Circuit court dra s ontth t trial much money did 'OIJsquander'
posed of. Th. da What'- the
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Rev James A Lewis. of civil a-es. Only one new I I
Pastor Milaca. Minn. M E. Church urn has been taken in the docket the Seaboard Air Line Railway was "M> dear, whoa will Fall "I'P' s
ywi lean I' RitD
Chamt erlain's cough Remedy u ime: \ester: : day. and that was the ar- decided again th+ defendant com that pleasure should 00"'Fat' ::g
and all a.giin e a thIS morning of Thos an 1Urannen ,. never be put on of ,,'om'-n"
& Groover tfi'e ti.
sold by Barclay I pany : .t n J dinarsed : 1. '-re.1I bassa'"-San Franci,,') philad
druggists. nov-W Ioract> on a charge of at $1 Ot>" \I'
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Chester, S. C., Sept. 30, 1907. Douglas, Ga., April 19, 1907. EconomyIs
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Mr. John Y. Garlington
Messrs Lockridge & Tanner, Ga., '
Man. State Mutual Life Ins. Co., August 2$, 1907.
Laurens, C. C. Mgrs. State Mutual Life Ins. Co. Found.Dublin Mr. J. V. Wallace.
Dear Sir:-I beg to acknowledgewith Gentlemen It affords me great 3*2 King St.,
gratitude receipt of check pleasure in answer to your letter to Charleston. S. C.
from the State Mutual Life Insur-
advise you that policy in the
ance Company of Rome, Georgia, State Mutual Life my Insurance Com- Ga.. April 26, 1906 Dear Sir:-I am in receipt of
for$1,000, in full settlement of the pany of Rome, Ga., is a most sat- The State Mutual Life Insurance Co. yours of the 26th inst., making in-
'above policy, which was carried by isfactory investment.At Rome, Ga., quiry concerning the financial
my husband, Henry T. Carter, in this period of development of Gentlemen Please receive my congratulations standing of the State Mutual Life b
your. company. the South, need all the
we moneywe Insurance
the dividend Company of Rome, Ga.
on
This check emphasizes the you
uncer-
can get and by keeping it at
tainty of life. My husband had home instead of sending it to have been able to return on my pol- According to its own sworn semi-
failed to his second I You annal statement made to the Gov-
pay premiumand Northern Companies, we are just icy. are evidently not dispos-
had used all of his two monthsof that much better off. I am a firm ing of any of your funds for "cam ernor under date July 1st, this
extended insurance allowed un- believer in Southern Insurance for paign purposes." or this would not company has assetts amounting to
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der his contract with the exceptionof Southern men and now that we havea : .
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$1,032,709 liabilities
five days. be possible. $S19, K67, and
Company in our midst like the -K-
This provision in the contract State Mutual Life, there is no reason In the South we have long felt I surplus $212,842. It is a mutual
saved me and my family, this thou- why a new premium from this sec- the need of a substantial Life In- company and, therefore, has no
sand dollars. I know of no other I tion should cross the Mason and surance Company, and I am glad ito j l capital stock. It has a deposit
compani so liberal and this settle- I I Dixon Line. see in the State Mutual, a com- I.I with the State Treasurer of $100-
ment, insubstantial evidence of the : I desire
connection
In this to
000, value. State of
that has than
pany more met its par Georgia
superiority of the State Mutual Life state that it has come within my
Insurance Company. I think most knowledge that the State Mutual l requirements, and won the confi- I registered bonds market value c
policy holders are in greatest doubtas Life is loaning money right here in dence of the people. I about 120000. The company has
to renewing during the first our midst. I have never heard of I You have struck the right key- been twice examined under direction -
three years of their insurance be- another Insurance Company having note: "Southern Life Insurance for t of this department by an expert
ing in force, and the State Mutual loaned any money in South Georgiafor I who it sound
has Southern People, and I wish you actuary reports and
wisely conditions in
provided its development. I will candid1 -
its contracts every success in the good work now solvent, and that the premiums
to meet these contin- 1 ly say that I think it the duty of
gencies.I 1 every man in Georgia, to patronize bring carried on. charged are sufficient to mature its
take plearure in endorsing the I the State Mutual Life. Yours truly, policy contracts.
and shall always say a : Yours very truly. SAM BASHINSKI, JR. Yours very truly
word for the State Mutual
LANGFORD & DICKERSON, WM. A. WRIGHT,
Yours very truly, I' Attorneys for Citizens Bank of Comptroller General of Georgia.
MAGGIE J. CARTER. Douglas.
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TilE SUWAXXEE
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STOCKTON A CAMHDATEL PRINTED BY REQLTT.Prepared
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. I *
lion. J. X. C Stockton, of Jackson- I l "
at Small Cost, aDd Many
ville has definitely announced that I Confidence
t Published every Flerlda.Friday at Live Oak. he is a candidate for Governor and I Swear Illy It. I II I i .
the announcement will arouse much
Interest in political circles: thrOUgh-I Mix the following by shaking well) I 'i
Entered. at the Lire Oak Postoffice out the State.Ir.. In a bottle, and take In teaspoonful I Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for ,"
as second-class matter. a'!. after meals and at bedtime: T I with which
strong man, strong in his personality, doses the ardor we are pushing \
Dandelion, one-half ;;
strong in his record and strong In the i Fluid Extract
CHAS. W. 1KV1N. Editor and M'g'r.
sire and character of his following. I ounce; Compound Kargon, one : f a.

Subscription One Dollar Per Year. And he is a fighter, too, they say; |[ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparil'a the, ] The First National Bat+
A local druggist Is
three ounces.
too pugnacious, some maintain, and I

The Arcadia News condemns Governor his mighty temper reckless slips with the bridle.his tongue Now when that j authority ingredients that can these be obtained simple, harmless at font ;, f Every safeguard i is thrown around National Bank

Broward because he sends his ne is fairly In the field, we\ may be !:inal cost from oar home druggists. f They are frequently inspected by agents of the Cog.
daughter to be educated at Stetson sure that he has given full consideration I The mixture is said to cleanse and trailer of Currency, and are called on to ma

Female University College rather at than Tallahassee.at the State It to the magnitude of the task I strengthen the clogged and inactive j JL sworn statements to him five times each year, heaee

seems to us that in a purely personaland ahead of him, and that he will makea Kldr.t"..s. overcoming Backache, J.I( they are under the direct supervision of the Nation.f .

private family matter like that., vigorous campaign all over the BladJer weakness and Urinarytrouble before al Government, and its the staongest on eUrth 1
of all kinds if taken
Sttae that will keep his competitors'''
Broward other citIzen
Governor should be permitted or any to exercise on the jump. A man of his positiveand I the stage of Bright's disease. i[ for Safest Banking, .1
aggressive character has Those who have tried this say it I
his own choice and send his daughter always T or Best Methods,
enemies but they all concede hisintegrity positively overcomes pain in the back
where he pleased without draw- and p or Up-to-date Service,
his and his clears the urine of sediment
= ing newspaper criticism upon him. courage ca- I I Liberal Treatment.
or
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regulates urination especially
pacity. lie is a strong foe to the I
No man, not even the Go\"ernor. is
liquor traffic, and it is almost certain I i night, curing even the worst forms'of I I or Conservative Methods.
for the
bound to account to the public "h- I 9ti
; that a leading plank in his : bladder weakness.
manner in which he exercises his dis- platform ; j.Always use the National Banks. They have
will be State prohibition. Doubtless' Every man or woman here who pros-i
cretion in his family affairs, wheu. he will be at the coming-out convention feels that the kidneys are not strongor .I I pered in greater numbers than all other banking in.
the rights of others are not infringed.The I
in Ocala tomorrow and will make'! acting in a healthy manner should t stitutlons.Watch .

r Valdosta Times is a sensible a speech fully stating the issues upon I, mix this prescription at home and :, us grow, our profits: are now as large l
I which h %will make his campaign for give it a trial, as it is said to do won- I
at beginning.
p and conservative paper and it just I our capital was our
ders for
+ the nomination. many persons. I
about expresses the sober judgmentof The Scranton <( .the. thoughtful people of this -- --- to print this remarkable prescription, '! I: fIRST NATIONAL BANK
i country in the matter of all this Intemperate Clearing House Certificate jood. f
in October of 1906. since when allthe
} hue and cry against rail- I I ,
leading newspapers of Sew York, *
) roads, in the following which appealsto We wish to announce to our
Boston. and
Philadelphia Pittsburg
Live Oak Florida.Clearing
other States as well as Georgia: friends, customers and to the publicin I other cities have made many announcements -
I' it "Normal conditions would soon re general that we will be glad to .I
of it to their readers.
turn if political agitators will hands accept Live Oak Clearance HouseAssociation '
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r off and let the railroads and other certificates at their face

E developers have a show. No fair- value on purchases of any goods at The Commissioners of LaFayetU

minded man disputes the assertion our store and in settlement of any county have leased the county convicts i

that there are wrongs perpetrated by I account. In fact we are anxious to''I to Malloy Bros., of Perry, for '
the railroads which should be !secure them. I '40.35 each per month which is said I I I I 11 I I I-1"! >t'H"lHH H' H I'' I MH 1- H"l i 1II11 i 11111 utj

rested but there is such a cor-I SUWAXXEE HARDWARE: CO. to be the highest price ever paid for ,
overdoing the business. Live Oak Fla. convict labor in Florida. I HouseCERTIFICATES

\lailou.1 --VV"'V"9'9 L 'T'r+ 1Je l! 96 a4l 3NM1DlsttWAA30otis0Live
: Good news for Messrs. : I i
Beard and Trammel; lion. Steve i' i GOOD

Sparkman has at last broken hU: long I Oak Bottling Works

i and painful silence, and announced 1 I i ;i+
s" that he will not be a candidate for
the United States Senate but will be R.1H. Holmes
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content to accept a renomination from I I Ii
the people of his district to represent i Manufacturers and bottlers of Coca Cola, Iron Brer, I II We wish to announce to our friends, cus-

them in the lower house of Congress. Peach Mellow, Rasporte, Ginol, Lemon, Strawberry, I ::; tomers and to the public in general, that we
i :Mr. the
pausing
Sparkman on vergeof
a senatorial candidacy has been asa I Orange, Sassaparilla, Chocolate, Cream Soda, Sherry, ; will be glad to accept

large and most annoying fly in the -Vanilla, Pineapple, Bananna, Buckeye Root Beer, (none I
I ointment of each of the aforementioned better and few equals.) l I i : LIVE OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOClA7lOiCERTIFICATES

i' gentlemen, and now that he I
a Dr. Pepper sect iJersey
4 is out of the way we extend to them
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the renewed assurances of our distinguished -
Cream j II
consideration and urge :I: at their full face value on purchases of any :
tnem to increased endeavors in their And a great variety of other Fruit Flavors not mentioned. I

I a noble competition. .... Suffice it to say that if its good we have it. Our pride and .1 t; ; goods at our store. and in settlement of any :

t own production, SUWANNEE GINGER ALE are unequaled jIn i ;: account. In fact, we are anxious to receive :
be the
John Stockton will not at
6+ coming-out convention today la quality and richness of flavor. Look for our Trade Mark, I I :+! them. <
Label Registered, Bearing the of Indian I
Ocala to make a speech and tell the image an maiden. I

people "where he is at" on the issues t None genuine without it. A fine leader for Jobbers and i i

.. which divide the factions in this Wholesale Grocers. Our plant is up to date in every particular 'i! I Suwannee Hardware Company

State. He says that he is opposed to being operated entirely by electrical power and none :

1'' precipitating a political campaign but DISTILLED AND FILTERED WATER used in the preparation -

now, because the people have worry of our goods. Yours for business and best of drinks, LIVE OAK FLORIDA
enough over the financial situation, ,
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I and don't want to be bothered with Box 44 Live Oak Bottling Works Phone 65-2R i "

, politics months ahead of the timer
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I .1'iH' '1- *!44 'i4-'sieiE'4 H..y>t-ei4 "h""i-i>o Asa sa W'" l ... IIIII I. w+ .
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consider the relative merits of can- '
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. I so to speak, and says that at the j 1
!t proper time he will go before the : i! Clearing House Certificates

views voters on and public fully questions.inform thepi of his j ; I 1

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The other day out in California ,:

f Federal Judge Wellborn surprised I "GOOD AS GOLD s

f I the country and brought dismay to a I t
i great corporation by imposing a fine t

of nearly one-third of a million dolLars 1
1 fl' upon the Santa Fe Railway company I a
AT THE
:. as a penalty for the popular LADIES'i! L
railroad crime of rebating. The personality -
of this California Landis is 6P

interesting and is another illustrationof -- !
the fact that jour genuine Confed-
erate veteran can generally be reliedon tIhll
to get to the front and do the I FIVE DAYS' SPECIAL SALE. ;

right thing an j'where you put him. i
I Judge Wellborn, who has long been ktt

famous in California for his great 1 10 per cent. discount given on all purchases of $3.00 and Discount y I
ability and learning and force of up.

character is a Confederate veteran I I on the goods and not on the money. '.<<
and a native of Georgia. lie was a
r 1< member of the Sixth Georgia Cavalry r.45tbt

.' j Chiekamauga.and was wounded lIe surrendered at the battle with of I No More Hard Times. Plenty of Money in Circulation.


1 K 1 1 the, having command reached of Gen. the Joseph grade Wheeler of- I I Rl=l l=ft BrR $9 0 0vorth of certificates j n worth of n1el'chrn"lIYllIYI rt tla(

t brevet colonel in the service. Judge ,. N i $1 ,
Wellborn came to California in 18S7 N money, buys cljse atM O( I

j-.., and was appointed to the Federal x t boik
bench by President Cleveland in ilraIJIo

1S95. He served four terms in Con-
gress from the Dallas (Texas) district N The Ladies' Emporium.

being a member of the Forty- 1

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E. J. BLUME, 1st Vice-Prcsident. J. B. BARTON, President. H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance Com. Y,

D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-president. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier.


f'I' Capital and Stockholders Liability, '- $100,000.00.



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"> From The Monday many -friends 1)aily.- of Mr Luther Having Formed Ourselves Into a Co-partnership: j :

much grieved to
iE : StcKinnon were
learn of his death which occurred at +

his home was in Perry a young Saturda man, only:Mr.thirty MeBanon We take this method of thanking our ,.

} and had been very successful -
: of age,
-I, years in business and had a hostof friends and former customers for past \

warm friends. His demise was I

hating been ill for only favors solicit
verb sudden, and a continuance of the
two days. The cause of his deathwu

hemorrhagic fever.I. t same for the new firm. We will carryat


.. W. Angus, an old citizen of
all times full Line of DRY GOODS
'* savannee county, was found unconscious a

by the road between here

I- : and Rlxford at eight o'clock yesterday AND GROCERIES. : : : : : :

and taken to his home where he

'- died at five o'clock yesterday after-

soon. The to death have been of Mr caused Angus b)was a L
supposed BAISDEN 1 1 & WHITE
"f mote of paralysis. Mr Angus had ,

Bred In this county for seven or e r

right years, and was about sixty

,, rears old. LIVE OAK FLORIDA.
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Grove settlement toda>. IIII..1

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'011 business this morning. WHEN YOU SELL COTTON Christian, highly esteemed and loved Clearing house Certificates goodas J:::!;:; I i I I I II :Ii I i ;
by those who knew her. and will be gold for our merchandise and oa H

i1 J.. H. Quarterman, of Dowling I sadly missed from the circle of accounts Suwannee Hardware Com- HAt "OU

t Park, Is in town on business today. II friends and relatives in which she pany. 14-3t NOTICED THE

firs A G. Rouse, of Dowling Park, Remember that Wolfe has a : J dwt-U Her death occurred yesterday
morning at ten oclock and she will Read the prophecy of hope that ] SANITOLADVERTISING

t.'l'U & town this morning, shopping. of be buried this afternoon at the Me- shines in this da). Can you not seethe j
lot Repellants
k.. large Jeans, I
i Clellan cemeter). The Democrat bow spilling its glory across the AND OFFER IN 11WL1UI1'

W. T Carroll, of Rock Cut, was In I outings, etc., that he is sellingat joins with their friends in extending horizon in the strong confidence Ii ''
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the city this morning on business. I condolence to the bereaved relatives mutually maintained and demonstrated JOURNAL

\ ;, the old prices to close out -- among our people Failure is \\'O'I.\\'S; tJO'.1E OY-P\N/ON/
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W D. Stinson, of Lancaster, is in Monte Johns of the White School i! never written in the history of such a \TUk'l>,\\' E'w""IPOST:

the city today. .his dry goods which he does House settlement, was in the city j I race I B COLLIDES, DCLINE/TTOW: &C
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ii E J. Platt, of Plait Station, is here not intend to carry any longert eterday on business i i iI
if | He\ A. J. Kutch, of Emerson, was i B SIHITOL PRODUCTS $1.00
f n business today. Get a bargain at \ C H Arnold, of Lee Fla., made a i a caller at our office this morning i iI 110

business trip to Live Oak yesterday His visit to Live Oak was made --- -
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r i Fill in one of the coupons from
to the city today. Wolfe on Corner church that is being erected at I I above Journals with our name as }
\ fro+n Tlmr",1.1) Daily. Emerson Mr Futch reports his sec Druggist: mail it to the SAMTOL

Louis Cobb, of Padlock, is here J. J. Brannon, of Rossburg. WAS tion of the country at par but says I ? LABORATORY, with One Dollar.

trading today. necessary alarm. These reports were in the city this morning. few hate sold their cotton, )'et. : i j* They for will the send ten products.you an order(Retail onus tII

altogether without truth. There has I u value $2..0.) '

lace Motley, of Pine :Mount, is not. neither will be ocasion for HOltS Maltor \\ellborn.. fe In J.1.. Adams, \\Hawrth, was a : .
among the visitors in town today. alarm as the infection is now almost the city on business today caller at the Democrat office Monday I ---
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entirely eradicated \ and moved up his subscription to the ,
K.)(. Clayton, now with the Tampa Bniaiet \\ ise made a basiMss trip! Democrat I II Suwannee I

Business College in Tampa, came up lion.V.. II.101.11..), of Pine I to Lake City this morning. -- I i, II
Saturday on business. Mount, is in the city on business to- !
I J. Q. A. Hatcher was in Monday

da). I Diem Mills of Hamburg to In th* aid made the editor feel good by advancing I i Drug Company I

I.C. Carmichael of Dowling Park, city today on business. his subscription to the i
palE'r.
i. here
?: Mex Hall, of Pine :Mount
In
U town this morning on busl- --
today on business ------ ,
teo. -- F. M Bovett, of Nobles Perry was NOTK:. :;0 I :I 'II I T'IIII: m.:3;
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\bout one year ago. Edgar Peterson here OB business yesterday Live Oak CleariMg House Certi- ap : ii ..w__ n let
Ex.Sheriff J. W Hawkins enter- living at Branford shot and ficates will he accepted b> me at full a >>

toed quite a number of his friends supposedly killed a crane near his Mr and Mrs Lewis, of Rftssberg, face value for merchaadise or on :: Bt'Y Yon

bat Saturday evening at a cant -*- home; but while he was carrying the were here shopping[yesterday payment of aceoantA 9 School Books

1rtDd111 his home in this city. bird to the house, it pecked him in W. McLERVN VND I
They all pronounced the cane juice one of his ees Since that time be Jim Towles was here yesterdayfrom Wellborn Fla I '
; the Spring Warrior community School
Ctel1eDt. and Mr. Hawkins placed has suffered with the wound inflicted Supplies

t ttta uDder further obligations by infcfinj and this morning Doctors Tbansason Circuit Court Procecdiugc. if OF TILE

ti that they should take home and Brown deeming it bent, removedthe Mrs Peacock, of Wilmarth was fa The greater part of the day yesterday .
,:;some otthe syrUp. Our popular ex- e>eball. lie now hopes for the city shopping yesterday afterDoes. and today has been taken up with 1Ft'. 'Ii /tt leoL) If ,'Htll'I ) I
1b 11s the trial of a damage suit againstthe
a true type of genuine speed recoter
I l t&lItl. His ---- Seaboard Mr Line Railway V I (C III!It!jHl tl ',
latch-string always
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chap IrumetlnoMla Pail). M. L. Burnett and Jim Burnett colored woman and her husband are 1
on the outside for his friend3 C. C.
COOK
ad neighbors Robert Milllnor, of EUartlle, was went out bird hunting this afternoon -I plaintiffs to the suit and they are I ;: Prop.
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} and he is better
; never represented by Kobersos &. Small. Iitr Ha I.. : : : : Florida I
than when in the city this morning.
he has them with nn
Rees ft Rees .
1 iJ.sed --- are attorneys (or th.' :
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A. J. Boatright of Rossburg, is ia Will Carroll. a prominent Suwan- defendant company and the case N I

. trading. nee county citizen, is in the city today j being very stubbornly fought. The
thta esda1's Da.ly. town today THE BON TON
.Co on business amount of the claim for damages U
limes, of Branford is In theo
r 0Ia a visit friends. W. \Vhattejr, of Rocky Sink, Ii considerable and the outcome is;'

i here today OB business. Clearing House Certificates goodat watched with interest All are invited to inspect my line of
Hardware Com- A considerable of testimony i
LI the Suwannee array
: Young, of Luratille is In IJ"\\ fall goodUaU., dress goods.
for both sides has bee+ introduced.
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I r c1tJ OIL business tOday. J. M Brock. of McAlpin. was in pan) 1'i laces, embroideries, hose, underwear,
-, .- and the case has bee an interesting!
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It I the city yesterdayWalter corsets, all ready now for inspection. '
t llorrlaon A. W. K Lt>raD. of Wellborn, one one so far.
of Luraville, was :1Tlsltor New voile skirts just arrived
css Bryson Mill, is of the prominent citizens of Suwan-
of
;: in the city ester- Boson, business Dee, was a visitor to the city today. I'runt ntky'-s Pail). Standard Pattersns Fashion sheets

- l __ I in the city today on )lr. G. F. Griffin, son of OU townsman given to ant one who calls for sam

{ J. A. Griffin died at Wellborn Com*, look while in town
eruQr \v. }[. Hardgrove, of Plait Station : R R. Ba.st'tt. a prosperous! Suwan-
Broward Monday' and buried
M Passed through was at Mount
dty I&at business this morning i n'>e ounn citizen, i is on our streetso
i night en route from I came up 011 Pleasant. He leaves a wife and three Mrs. C. W. Bache.
R QTlUe : (lt.: shah 11- 1 LallIith! his friends .
a- to Tallahassee, little daughters besides other rela '*Wr*+V V> VS>< il T V N"yVl > .VXy. _
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''' N. H. Clayton. of Peacock, was tives. The father Mr J. A. Griffin, flij'f' and
a ] organ; piano furnish the
'te&re I- i visitors in the Ii i i A. J.1.i. -, : !ancaster passed
glad to learn that the cases among the business returned from Wellborn )'eaterdawllere \', music, The President delivers the

fever about town have all! I city yesterday through this afternoon on his way to he had been with his son and address. MrV W. Hamilton, th j
ike (Vto attend a nie>'.ni:;;; of thFars.r e
hovered- I family since
t Fortunatel it was Saturday evangelist is to hold special re life:- ,
terr Ught form, and was not I News was received here last night .s' I ni nClearing ---- ious meetings at Stetson soon The

: Spread much, there being of the death of Mrs Bessie li.lpps nee .b.1m 1:. St".m t.h..!!>itJ. Christian Associations-separate on"s
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des In all, since it made Mizell. of Wellborn. Mrs Lipps was f House t', .. "; e The Sunda Vesper service in the for young men and young women J

&ppearancf. We hear some the daughter of Prof. A W. )tIRlle.on good with us at f... ,__ -'- .*I big auditorium at Stetson University have more than 190 young people!

ot the matter got out in- (' of the leading citizens of this ,>a\iu< nt for goo>- or on cont L a ,'uv. cr. .V ( ::11'". if f.t' '"I <:1j'I.: .; 'I.,. BII,!.. daily In tHe

,;trr! and caused some un- countv Mrs Lljos' was a consistent 'p., l'r pi.:i: i::a( '.tJ t;'.:'tt solo*. \c.t; a ;':' l:. 3 ;. '.t I

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lion. John S. Beard of Ponsacola : tJ
'" as in tie city: this moruin. on his :
Where the
say to Ocala to attend the coming- : SEABOARDAirline
out convention there tomorrow. an 1
while waiting for the south-bounJ : ..
Coast Line train, was a pleasant call- : Door OpensConstantly
s: er\tt the Democrat office. Mr. Beard :. Railway. i : t
is a man of striking appearance; he
looks distinguished and would attract : T
attention in any company, and his : Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, i ,

conversation fully sustains the favor- : Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
s able impression his appearance Philadelphia and New York. You can quickly beat and keep
makes. More than six feet high, well -- --- cozy the draughty hall or cold room-
matter what the weather conditions
no
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with clean-shaven resolute :
proportioned
i4 features, large, shapely head TWO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DfllLY o are-and if you only knew how much
real comfort can have from t
you
tip and piercing brown eyes, he looks
i like a statesman, and if he gets to I: .: L:::: pt:t jttq s t'tt.
the United States Senate, people in |: Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail : PERFECTIONOil
the galleries are sure to pick him out i J
s? and ask who he is. As is well known :' :
Mr. Beard is a candidate for the : +
=c Modern Heater
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Senate to succeed Senator Mallory : Pullman I
I: and he is sanguine of election. He - __
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;# will canvas the State thoroughlyand (Equipped with Smokeless

and his leading issue will be the repeal : The Jamestown Exposition Line \ \ you wouldn't be without one another hour. Turn the wick as begs

or as low as you please-there's no d.mger-no smoke-no smell
r NORFOLK, VA. -just direct intense heat-that's because of the smokeless device.
I r Beautifully finished in nickel and japan-orna-
,' "'" ,MH ; Excursion Tickets onS' le Daily mental anywhere. The brass iont holds Quarts,giv-
; : :': ing heat for 9 hours. It is light in weight-easily

I For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent ', carried from room to room. Every heater warranted.

i of Seaboard or write The J&Qfo\ meets thestudentened of the
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IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. I Ii Machinery Co.
of the Fifteenth Amendment to
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the Federal Constitution which confers =

t the right of suffrage upon the net j The War Path, :=: Air Ship, :=: Naval Display, I # I ENGINES,-BOIL=*=**
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groes. Mr. Beard Insists that this \- I MACHlnlT.SA
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1 amendment was never legally adopt- y milt MACHiNERrSInOs: m..C'
f i' ed and that when a case is made up will interest and instruct you. Do not Mill.Pumping outfitsGASOLI1 -
; and the Issue fairly and squarely : EHGIHts
; fail to go at once. For beautifully illus- TCt.1
presented to the Supreme Court of : Cop.plet.! "'lt.'tJl.'r-1a' 1t1 ...au.In& .
t the United States that court will deClare : trated folder containing maps, discrip- E .. I t.rmxre.tw I
it invalid. He seeks to ba'e' tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to a 'bN 1ti1 OOrt 4""1111t,.
such a case sent up from Florida. He 1 l5 --- -
has studied the subject profoundly ::

is tremendously in earnest about it. FRANK C. BOYLSTON I Selling Out At Costi
and talks with convincing force on .a*. ,
its various phases. He says he, knows N i
# absolutely that he U right. and | District Pass. Agent Jacksonville, Fla.N I -- ----
whether he gets to the Senate or'nor. Every Tuesday and Tnursday of each

} :? he will keep up his fight against an I week all Goods
I I my entire stock of Dry
: Amendment that is a crime against ATLANTIC COAST LINE
; civilization Itself. Mr. Beard's candidacy and Shoes
: on that issue before the H N I'
people U
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-f I; will be a formidable one and Messrs. THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE. n
Mallory and Trammel will have their I i i Begining November _5th for eight v. ccks: .
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n -' This is cause for gratitude upon th addr"" for we arm ready to under- I .
.d lion. Frank Clark (!umilllo:. ; part of our people to have this dis- write now that it will be a messageof I D. B. CASWELL, i iI :.:0'
; It will be remembered that yester i tinguisfced gentleman come among good things laden with much inspiration I Ii : "
s day's Democrat contained a letter"I us as our guest and we hope the for larger hone and a bet-I Jfu'H\of g);i(4(1\ f{ C'' S. st '
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from lion. Frank Clark, addressed to| members of our Board of Trade will ter day. Let us all watch for the I : ,; te
the secretary of our Board of Trade, have their "best foot first" on that date and be ready.An Will go anywhere in State to LAWLER.'n.j s.tJ
in which he accepted their invitationto I occasion and make it a time of much i .Any style or price coffin or i\ o olS
visit Live Oak and make an address profit to us in more ways than oe*'I l honest man U ODe who 3tMa nwh ;
and promised to furnish the !We want to pet up general interest through the world without getting burial] suits for ladies or gentle :ast
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IIi"SENATORIAL CIMUDITK. before taking the conversation too liOOSLMLT fOll MM. .

seriously.The I Obituary.Little UISPAPR[
TO BE SOLDOLONFL
Dutu, U. Fletcher Will Probably man who never had a dollarin Prominent l..m Professor! S'riou.l.f Janie Belle Hun, infant -

Try to Succeed : daughter of Walter and Janie Hurst
Mallory.TimesUnion. the bank in his life is the one gen- Suggests Hun for that Job

erally who Is doing the most talking died October 16, 1907 She suffered r

( .) Annrbor.. Mich. .Nov 10.-Prof. only a few short hours, and then "
about their unsoundness. (
I I F:STILL'SILL H_\SI5KKN
-1 Times-Union reporter learned The" DeFuniak banks are both on Joseph P Drake, of tbe law department went back to tbe God who gate bei rILFD: KK PICOIS -

toty, from good authority that I startled his class yesterday by Little Janie was a bright little girl
a safe footing and as a matter of fact i .1TK
-ii every Indication'that Duncan their deposits are increasing insteadof I I declaring that he would favor electing for her age. She was one year ands i

r [tRetcher of this city will probably' decreasing This will continue to i l Theodore Roosevelt king of ten months old. Weep not, dear

'MtwdHate for United States I: country The students at first took parents, for your darling is safe at
be the case if the people simply sit
tutor steady and refuse to allow themselves I the statement as a joke but it was I home Do God's will OB earth and mm[ MN'G' REMEMBERED

,11a aid that a great many InhtataJ to be scared b>' jack-o'-lantt-rns. reiterated, and Prof. Drake asserted I am sure you will meet your darling

l citizens have been advocatiYr. They have not refuted to cash a i that it was given with all seriousness again Remember Christ said, '.suffer

= Fletcher as a candidate but and sincerity. little children to come unto me.
single depositor check for any I l. an-x Oiu-sttintli of the Proceed-
kg. far, refused to give I Tbe nomination of the President to and forbid them not for such is the i
any and not to unless
amount do expect to linn-l'.alame to WiCan,
1lI*alisTer# but he I the throne of the United States cameafter kingdom; of beaten:' HER _U:NT. ) V
yesterday was should be influenced hy street (1u
W people ) tW M very a discussion of the corporation I .
seriously considering; corner talk to take such action as to I
latter, and the indications problem Prof, Drake declared that /Illh: l"XFOHTl'X\TI': K\I'U: ITIOX.I .
are limit hasbeen
make the banks put on a as
I !,tbt the although attack Savannah Oa. Xov .
may announce his candi- an upon vested interests I IS -Tbe will
done in other places for the
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ta7 d&1. had been attended with many ,I (;eminent May Huy JanHMovvn of tbe late J, H Estill, tiled for probate
: protection of their depositors.
b"p&PerI of the state hate from I| They hate declined to cash out of dangers to the prosperity of the nation Site for Vital station yesterday, makes the wWew the

...II time spoken the President has wisely handled chief beneficiary Mrs. Kstlll receives ,
of Mr Fletcher j town drafts for the reason that the: Washington I). C.. Xov 10.-Hear-
!i bable candidate the situation and. as the final I a beautiful retfckeee at Ie
but he has banks in other towns have been de- : Admiral Brownson and Commander
Brea solution of encroachments of Hope and all of the testator
an intimation of the de- j clining to ship cash* and to pay theM ;i WIiSOD. of the Bureau of :.Navigation I'sonalty' per-
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l'' the upon the rights of the public could .
Question through any drafts would be reducing the avail- : Lave returned from Hampton Roads
The pressure not be reached before tbe passing of The Morning News it is directed,
which has been able supply of cash on hand to that i! where they inspected the naval traia-
to bear many decades, be favored retaining 1 ,. shall be sold. One-seventh n* the
on }fro Fletcher, it is r point where they would have to pat J i fug station at Berkeley, Norfolk,
near
low Roosevelt at tbe helm ,, proceeds will to F. ,
pouts to his through the '! I' go G BUI >1011:11-:
a candidacy I on a limit as has been done else- They were agreeably surprised by the
)eoPle of Florida thickest of the fight ness manager of the "i M"r To
need no In- wbere extent of the work being done there
n Prof Drake said be thought that Bethesda Orphanage
to 1fr. Is let i I ""0,
Fletcher. He has The thing to do is to go along as j but feel that the government should
.l1e Peple In the election to the president and and a number of small b.>qu.r, are
various capacities II if there had been no talk of financial provide permanent buildings for the .
>qr;"n the maintenance of the office under made The resid" of flu t :ta1.' is
numerous boards of the troubles. make your bank deposits as i station. !'
q of the the present s>stfui was attended j divided into sixthsqual par]" 1oll1gto
city of Jackson- usual pay your bills with your There are now at Berkeley 1,990
with too many political complications I the widow aid five SOJl'n.fII
mayor several times, in checks in the usual way, and in a' men, most of them quartered IB teats I
1tuve halls 'and evils, and for this reason he advocated shares of four or il ire sons: of the state as a short time every ODe will have forgotten I and small wooden buildings In view i
sad fearless the burning of all bridges I 4 held in tiu-.t for :t h' in by the ('!'ins',
fighter for Dela all this talk of a panic of tbe uncertainty of
the and the giving of a free hand to I I securing a 1 and Southern bau\
ttty, among the peoler8ortheiarty._ Thl report from New York are to : large appropriation from Congress. '
W Eth the Theodore Rooaetelt for the solutionof I | T P Ratcm! nl l Mrs 1--1:11: are
etas < the effect that shipments of currency I j such as was made for the naval traia- I .
holds I the corporation menace ; mad exe<'inors lOr t' e cstatt an,I
k JL the highest position hate been resumed there to a cons'derable ing station on the Great Lakes, it :
Partr Prof. Drake declared that it was qualified tnddTfe \
today
f chairman of the IB gold has been
1 extent $30OAOOUO suggested that the .
I Ite" government '
one of the follies of the nation to :M.t.n. \ W Will bf bOld
6CntlTe committee Ii is now cm its way front foreign countries take over the permanent buildings .. ... ,
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rtnte suppose[ t:>at the i prp!'>(>nt industrial w : v' )rs oia d>!ITNotice -
Citizen _Mr_ l.'l"tn"n. ..... .. that point is concerned -: on tbe Jamestown
-- u 4 and so tar as Expo.itiongrounda .
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ICrtlDost efficiency could i I. -im tamed with- n. r;
Is liked by all. the trouble is practical for this
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out the O"plJi.alOl1: oi rt.tt,corporations purpose

: of his gracious oter Their ,I. -T 1 nI '1 un would The Navy Department ; u. '. ,1'lct..
he has no sit stead, and all will be
I sup- Simply: mean tie ruin of the nation and the out a plan, and if these buildings: ran ; is n reov given that th,

Florida in his well. solution! he said. rested in efficient be B".r,1,1 ..r l- ,u ir. \ <''jniri.:'- lon.'r.> of;

is among the v"n!rol and rqIIJatc)1l 1 l.\- Nment .;u1'ena. secured at a f'asonak! l fizir! '. ,: C,L.1 (r'I()rrJ W i is: (j:1
Florida. tidrntly 1H). I will ask that they be : .',j \ *- .
pur a n i 7" :..I'j! ;. .7 ;.'a

hurcb-I see King Leopold has offered ------ estimate will then be made for l:1 I ,- : :. 'J f

the Iioat.reeze a prize of $30.000 for a remedyfor !:nicks '! ,. I V. l' --jd the propriation to put the buildings in : If
I"e which Is affecting I '
: .) the sleeping sickness I first principles of politics order and transfer the station from Board reservine: the rights to reject
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his subjects in Africa .. anani f all! hid-
when there is so Gotham -Oh do peoplf stay home Bo( h'r \,) h,> ,i"int- \\1;', aia: t.. tl f l prp, nt wit.> a' Et'rh",1! wl," "': i tI t- i "

situation, from church Sunday mornings over :d \ :t'"I' !. ,: :dl =N. a 1 i.',; ; ';,<1 ill'(} ..'- ,.,w ,w: ; .: w" Li.YSL r ," ;

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Remember and take advantage of our great offer, tor these things dOll happen every day. Our prices are as follows:


V Skirts.. sold.... .before. .., at$1.50, "now 90c .
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d Black Broadcloth $5.00 3.50 '

s M j We also beg to announce that we have 1,000 yards of 54-inch Broadcloth in all colors, which was sold and
a i sells everywhere, GUARANTEED, from $1.25 to $$J.50 per yard, we will offer to our customers as long as l
i they last for 90c per yard.
Our shoe department is complete in every style. Over 5,000 pairs of shoes in the house-all new and the
I latest styles. Any size from baby shoes to the largest sizes.
l; I Oj {Imj of cbthing is NEW and UP-TO-DATE, bitter than it ever was. Msn's suits, all prices, $5.00 to $20.00. Youth's
c i suits, all prices, $4.00 to $12.00. Children's all colors, any size and any price-over a 1,000 suits in stock. --
.; We also handle a nice line of Ladies' and Men's Hats, Trunks and Valises, etc., and anything you can mntion in the line of
merchandise. Call to see us on the well-known corner.

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i clothes are made right. irJ( *ling the well known "Emery" shirt, the I

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wont sell them to you if they don't.
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{ 10 REDUCE{ [ PRODUCTION I llOLwOUAY COMES TO THE .All WERE NOT ACCEPTED I| City Council Proceeding*. -

i t I' Of the Public School of the State Live Oak, Fla., Nov. 6, 1907 flflY f MILLIONS IN GOLD

;f .----- \\'Itla the Handsome Sum of I I'' 10 O'clock A. M. ,

City Council met pursuant to call
$13:1,0':
orTHERILARl1 1AUV SPIV- I ii0. I
STRIKING of the Major
I TELECiH.U'IiEUSnUE:, i
\TION
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' nns'Sso,1. Tallahassee, Nov. 7.-Hon. W M. UJ.I-TSEU.: Present: C. II Brown President of ALL iihtxmns BROKEN iv TUB

I' Rollaway, State Supenintendent of council and aldermen S J. White D. I, IMPORTATION OF THE YEL-

Public Instruction, always alert to G. Bardin, T. S Anderson, J. E. t I I I/OW '..:r.\l4

fill OH OUTPUT ONE-THIRD the best interest of the public! Wood W J. Hillman and J. M. Bar-

schools of the State has just appor- CROWDS WERE TURNED AWAYAnd cIa)'. I

tioned to the counties for educational The body was called to order by SITUATION STEADILY IMPROVES
& purposes, the
handsome sum of the president, and the mayor's call
.}Iarlct and financial Situation $133,027.50 In !
l'e
view of the
stating the
money object of the meeting,
s' the Cause.I Tht.y1"\ Now Forced to Seek
stringency Incident to the financial Other was read and ordered filed. a
Employment.
panic with which the country Is Matters preventing the spread of Never IJeforeas so Much Money r

I threatened, this money comes to infectious and contagious diseases in Shipped to This Country by the

: Charlotte, N. C., Nov. 7.-At a many of the counties at a most op. the city were discussed.. After which Banks of Europe
t of the Southern Hard Yarn portune time New York, Nov. 7.-Following th! 1
meeting
by vote of council, the mayor was instructed -
; Bpianen'.Association, held in this I I Mr. 1Iolloway's prompt action un- official calling off of the telegraphers' to employ an assistant sani-
strike by the local union, the offices
icft1 (ill* evening, an agreement was der the circumstances is most commendable I of the tar) inspector to help in making a New York, Xov 11.-The financial
Western Union
taiopled looking to the curtailment of I and the public will not were crowded house to house canvass and report situation made further progress Sat-

f production at least one-third, during4tNfreriod I fail to give him due credit for his with applicants today, who sought to results of such canvass to the mayor. urday toward the resumption of

beginning November 11, :I diligence regain their old positions. None Ordinance No 66, introduced by S. normal conditions.
were accepted, however, the
\ajfrf January 1, 1908 Manufactirtri company J. White Gold was to
a member of the city coun- engaged bring the
... representing- in the aggregate I I INJUNCTION'C3R\\TKD.N. : having its force up to the original cil, was put upon its first reading by total for this movement up to more r;
j quota Tuesdav. By 10 o'clock: this
11111,010 gpindles were present, and I sections. By vote of council, It | than $50,000,000, an unprecedented
I morning the waiting list was full, and
: t tleae unanimously subscribed to the Arkansas Railroad Commission Restrained passed its first reading. By two- acquisition of the yellow metal in the
I'I no more names were taken.
I icnemeat The condition of the cot from Collecting third vote of council, the rules were history of New York finances.
I About 200 former employes of the
I |ta market and the financial situation Statutory Penalties. j now waived, and same ordinance was The bank statement was more
I Postal Telegraph and Cable Company,
I jiM gives u the reasons for the cur- put upon its second reading by title favorable than had been expected
Little Rock, Ark Nov I who applied for their old places in thecompany's
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'aflment Another meeting will beaM I -In response only. and the stock market was firm the 1,
-' to the I main office In this
: for Thursday, November 14, at petition of the St Louis, city By vote of council it passed its sec- most active shares showing advanceson
'rtkh time the mills not represented Iron Mountain and Southern railway.Judge were told that there was nothing for ond reading I the day's trading.
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them-that all vacancies had been
Trieber. in
the
today are expected to subscribe to the United States Said ordinance was now put upon Notable advances were made by
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circuit court here late tilled "I wish, said one woman,
I'iptement.jULK today granted its third reading and final passage, shares in the stock market duringthe
temporary injunction I who left the building in tears after
& restraining being read sections. week today's final sales
she had been by; Upon call of showing
the railroad commission of this state i told that there was no
the roll the higher prices as follows
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following vote
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TO FLOUII FAILMKItS.I from collecting statutory penalties work for her, "that the advice o
corded: Union Pacific 2% ; United States
I amounting to $900,000, because of an former Presfdent Small in urging A'es-C. H Brown, S. J. White, Steel, 1 1-8; United States Steel pre-
, alleged refusal against a general strike had been accepted -
t !eaetnan lark Secures ExpertFrom : on the part of the ." D. G Bardin J. E. Wood, T S Anderson ferred 2, Reading 4 1-S; Pennsyl-

t r _Bureau of Soils for railroad company to furnish cars to I W. J. Hillman and J.)1. vanit, 4 7.8; Northern Pacific. 3-4;

I -: that different mines when ordered to do i Barclay. Ne wYork Central 2 5-8; Missouri
, Purpose. so by the commission HHUTH TUtU FOR PO\\ His.Mlegcd .
and because of
" I Navs-None. Pacific 1 % ; Great Northern 2% ;

. (Times-Union) alleged discriminations in favor of ': Said ordinance No 66, was now de St. Paul, 2 7-8, and American '
mines Murderer of Governor (..oelx
owned
the
by railroad.
F Boa. Frank Clark, congressman clared regularly passed, and ordered sugar, 3.
Again on Trial. i
ItaatUi district certified to the for his
ever thoughtful of mayor approval !
': I fttW interests of his constituents, \\OICE FROM Till SOUTH. : Lexington. Ky., Nov 9.-For the i 'II .\ M>TF I> CFOKGI DEAD. I.'

after earnest endeavor secured fourth time Caleb Powers will be put I Recess was ordered till 3:30 -- is

i l department of agriculture the Says Prohihitlon'an' Mill Souubvveep I on trial at Georgetown, Scott county o'clock p. m.. this date ..
Aorth. Monday for Col. J. II, Estill Owner of Savannah
neat of an'expert from the alleged complicity in AttestS : :

[tan- of tolls to thl sdistrict to deIsraertes Battle Creek, Mich, Nor 6.-At the assassination of Senator William P. MAYS, C. BROWN* News! Die Near That City.

r i of addresses to the the concluding session to-night of the I Goebel, Democratic aspirant for the I City Clerk Pres. Council. Savannah, Nov 9.-John Hoi

-.. National Purity Congress L L. Pick l governorship of Kentucky in 1900V Live Oak; Fla: ., Nov 6. 1907. brook Estill died tonight at 10:15

I za Jthtte:! desire of Mr. Clark to ar- ett of Louisville recently a candidate I! Considerable new testimony is ex- 3:30 P. M o'clock at his home at Isle of Hope

for .even or eight big meetings for Governor of Kentucky, lcted to be brought out at the com- City Council net pursuant to recess near this city. He had been ill from I .

; amen to be addressed by the exT cUed a national prohibition adv'-I ing trial. Powers denies he will aska : malady of the heart since last April

1. lo'will be here from NovemH predicted that the wave of prohibition I continuance of his case until Gov Present: C. II Brown President of and several times during the progressof

,t* December 1. that has swept over the South I ernor-elect illson can take his eat. Council and aldermen J. :\1. Barclay, the disease it was thought he 1

$ time U shore for preparation, would soon reach the North as well Judge J. S Morris will preside. having S J. White, I). G. Bardin. J. E. Wood would expire. Col. Estill was best '

lOll who, desire to secure one day shopping been appointed special judge b} \\'. J. Hiliman and T. S. Anderson. known as the proprietor of the Savannah .

S meetings for their town Governor Uekhanj Ordinance No t>7, introduced by D. Morning News, though his business '

_.Mite to the Gainesville ad- I G. Bardin a member of tbe City connections were varied and exteBftive .

R JJ If Mr. Clark at once, so that he Council, was put upon iU first reading He was also widely known i I

age the Itinerary I ONLY NECESSARY TO by sections B) vote of council, politically because of two campaignshe I

lgcommunication from Mr it passed its first readiag By twoI'mdi -. made for governor The first was ,

Jl ,,? tIpans this important vote of council the rules werefIII i Iin 1902 when be made a very strong

I TREAT THE STOMACH vmtd. and said ordinance was : race, and tbe second in 1906. In 18i2

1'11nea-Unlon1 have for put upon Its second reading by title I he was chairman of the state democratic I
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lime been in correspondence I onlv] i executive e6Bunltfle, and In

fie B\ vote of council, it pawed its I 1892 he was the member for Georgia
secretary of
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agriculture z
"5 to get him to assign ana Claim. of Central Figure in Recent Controversy I >cond reading. It was now put upon i on the Democratic national committee {

_,ho the its third reading i ..
bureau and fioall-aeaage
of soils, de- Is Novel.The 9.
of agriculture, to this dis- I being read by eections Upon call of In Charleston S. C., on October 28,
the roll the 1S40. Col. Estiii born Eleven '
"" purpose of delivering a new theory advanced by L. T. of a dull pain that X could Dot quite un following vote was recorded: was
tf addresses to Our farmers Cooper relative to the human stom- derstand. Then there 'U8 s dull head AH s----C. II. Brown, J. :\1. Barclay, I tears later he came to Savannah aad

has complied ach has attracted such widespread ache and my mind seemed to be S..1. White, D G. Bardin, J. E. Wood I secured a job in a printing office. Up-

4 baa with my attention that the public in cities wandering continually. I could not U'. J. Hillman and T. S Vnderson on the outbreak of the civil war he rwent
assigned the lion. Visited by the young man has been'olned eat, and what little solid food I did
lu. a thorough expert on by many physicians in a dis- eat I could not retain on my stomach. Nays-None. with the Oglethorp Light lal -
medicines. I tried I could think Said ordinance No l fantr>, under Bartow's command, to
I .eta tie with us from Novtotll cussion of his beliefs and every remedy of, 67, was now declared
i Detember Mr. Cooper says that human health and also tried out a number of patent regularly pasted and ordered join the army of Northern Virginia.

1 he 1. during Is dependent almost entirely upon II medicines but without any apparent certified to the mayor for his I He was wounded at the First Battleof
can approvalOn
deliver seven or the stomach. He says that no disease result. It was through one of my
et. can be conquered without first friends that I heard of Cooper's prep motion. adjourned. i Manaswas, and in 1863 was mustered -

4)* for toe alleviating all stomach disorders. lie aratlon, and I immediately decidedto Attest; out because of disability this

People <* purpose of ad- further says that most men and wom- try some of itIt is two weeks s P MAYS, C. H BROWN, wound caused Later he jolted tfc*
this opportunity half-sick since I took first dose of It, andI
en of this generation are my City Clerk. volunteer force at Savannah and opposed .
Pre .
Smith and of inviting owing to degenerate stomachs. And feel like a new woman. The head- Council
Sherman'
*Hh a view to having lastly he claims that his New Discovery ache seems to have disappeared, and march to' the sea.
f those medicine will rejuvenate the the pain in my stomach along with .\\TITIUsTsriTa \fter the war though left JWI'I1-: '
localities
eel where human stomach In 90( days. It. The medicine H worth its weightin ileA, Col Estill devoted himself < ;Io. p-
samclent interest to Cooper has been traveling from gold and I want to thank Mr. \\ I ilf I .\ aill..t One Hundred and j i lto business in 1867 having tin ,,,,':i

Re fact and get up the one city to another conducting In Cooper for what he has done for Twenty Ttxat Milling ('oni|...iiHes.ustm the .. ,
printing bu
behlm i i or oewspap -tn -
to each what he calls a campaign of me"
address. .\ Tex.. .
Nov
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desire SUch education. For the past year he has [ Mr. Edwin F. Morse, of 20 Oaktey 9 -An antitrust in the meantime, he pure ha-id .t : ,1'1'
the to hear Mr Smith met the public In the larger cities street, Dorchester, a suburb of Boston :: suit was Bled this afternoon by1: I I interest in the Morn'ng X"'A d" 1

to Same to me at once, of the country, and his success ha says: "For three years I ha.I the attorney general in tbe district.. two envy latt'rO' ; I ih.' '.t.. ,'
five them an been phenomenal Thousands of not a well day.Iy stomach was in i against the 120 Texas .
appoint i milling companies !! control For rW It>,i' :1.. -
addresses people have flocked to his headquarters frightful shape: the mere thought of
tea b'tructhe are hlghh wherever he has gone and the food would nauseate ma, and I really alleged to be ia conspiracy in .. president Qerent and I sale of his medicine has been beyond had a horror of anything to eat. All restraint of the trade. The tate Mwa'! ion

communit,, will anything of the kind ever before solid food would cause me extreme claims tnat then defendant companies Man J, ,- :" '- .11i' oi,;,. :J
np immedi4t, 1 witnessed. indigestion, bloating and gas on my have violated hoth the 139 .
rnd
and the
tasted t >1 |I'-! ill :-n a." to'
and
mittees the most Interesting feature stomach. nothing right.
.lair r otherwise. Possibly of the attention this young man Some time ago I got some of thisCooper's 1 <403 acts. and asks for penalties i'n'I-; (," ('.. :. l1'a:1'; ,,1 ',, '

tram them at our has attracted Is what his army of medicines, about which against each defendant in the urn "in
Ia we this mate r tN followers, whom he has converted tobin there is so much talk. I actually i:>.000. for the alleged vie,>" =,n I'utll:. 1.1tn"i"j
) feel well and strong a? a boy ever l
fl medicines, as
his
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through
valuable journalnC8t0 beliefs the act of 1'99, and $56.251' ,
the flr t bottle. Every sign of U.;
have to on the subject The following E'nce '' : I
our fa,'me-, statements say are from two well stomach! trouble has disappeared anl !.i-ions of the act of 1993 1 est IS 1'1.>

tbat we may have known residents of Chicago and Boston I have a hearty appetite and eat I also asks for Judgment of boys. which
1111e17 attended and the enthusiasmof three square meals; every thing tenure of the charter ,.
meet respectively rights and was !Onna"tt oy ceurY"1'i: ? n !I1
h these is characteristic of Cooper'sadmirers seems to taste good. Anyone ha I franchise ,
of ,
to address, knows what chronic Indigestion is each domestic inrio-t- l', t j r. an,1 ,t ,:: :, ,

? v resliectfuly Mrs. H.generally.R Mack, of 3201 State can appreciate what this means to II lion and cancelling the perm ,. ', .

street, Chicago, says: "I have been me. I consider this the most foreign corporation and for :; 'l)
CLARK, M, C Buffering for 12 years from a combination able medicine I ever heard or.remark-I junction perpetually eajoiatagfendaats ,

District of Fla of stomach troubles, catarrh We sell Mr. Cooper's from
and constipation. I had a gnawing and find them to ba all Ld traaetfBg}
') ,3Jr 8. pain In the pit of my stomach, a sort auwanne;: Drug Co. ther business in tbe state. ,,'irm> Cn'' ,:!-'ill!
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;f Wagons Dray Wagons Delivery lot of all
I purpose. Anchor, Crawford, Ellis, Blunt, Babcock, Tison &,

Horses and Mules at Hackney Summers and Wire-Wheel
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-.; Wagons and Road Wagons : : : lowest possible prices. bearing Schacht Buggies ';

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The Union Gin is j. '. Outfits
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We keep in stock a line of Edison's latest improvdd Phonographs -i % t.L. y' 1
at north end of Rock : H. *_ earth. We carry a J Is ri:
and Records at standard prices. Sold onjeasy .
payment ""
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Road Rixford I of all kinds MACE'
near plan. Your credit is good. Write or call on

NERY and can make iqunediate shipment. Wri
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i Live Oak Furniture Co. for Illustrated Catalog.Address.
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patron- MALSBY COMPANY

age of the public is 1 or A. J. WILLIAMS, (The Sewing Machine Man) 41 >. Forsyth St.ATLAMi.fii. ,


cordially solicited. IIVE OAK. FLORIDA. SoT "f<4i tbed 26 vetn. S.U nest! bill aulLaa dollars worth I __ _ ____ ___ --- -

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: UN m ON 1IINHNG&G & SUPPLY r CO ij I l'ounty.Judicial In ('hallct'rf.j Circuit. SuuaiiiHt i iI R. H. LOVIERWATCHES "' "

j M.ittic Maiden, Complainant, ts. \\.1 j jH. ,
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It.appearing Harden IHfend.int.b> athdaUt appended I I DUEBE- 3 i SE M'.ENGmD!,'

to the bill filed in the! abo\e-stat>'d 7
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'Z Ferry Seeds I cause that \.. II Harden the defendant t 2 PENT : I \ Portable ant
are tot an espenmrnt therein named is a nonresident ; i VI: BOILEDGasoline
t+ ,but witi proper cnltlI .8. ; 7 "\ -. Stationary :
: of the State of Florida, and is a : \ ," ,4.
rai at sure success
fruta the ktart.ieya Users have o readout of the United States, but : Ilt- -;\/J { 1 ". } \ rr Engine!!!
do is at anting nor
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    more (particularly unknown, and that ] : -
    at harvest Get -
    ointments there is no person in the State of'' I"f\\1,\ <.\ ( hllii ll'" -", Ginning Machinery, Saw JCVi:
    P Florida the service of a subpoena upon .. d, \ ,\., .,I' Shingle MiJs, Corn Mills, Pan\ ; f!
    whom would bind said defendant, : 'I J ;'!i: ij Outfits. Large stock on hani8' (
    1 1for ,
    ic; and that said defendant is over the ( 1 will be to your interest to K +:|

    sine ol twent\-one years. it is there- Mallary "
    Bros.
    Machinery Co. %
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    tore ordered that said nonresident ,
    b rgrsat -
    .t I .:nous for over defy-ndant be and he Is hereby) required PRACTICAL "rATC" AKER. "", """", ,,,,,,, "\I

    i'' ci i. ec rO. D7 nest.heel Au..u.l to appear to the bill of complaint __ ___ __ .r.
    ., i filed in said cause on or before Mon ,
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    FCPRYACODetroit..Ifllc I da>. the :nd day of December, .\. I). Over thirty years exper-
    ! : ; U07,otherwise the allegations of said '
    ,. I bill defendant.will be taken as confessed bj said ience. All work guaranteed "IT DO RISE"XUKES WASEO fU

    1 The Gulf (Aist Fair. I
    It is further ordered that this R. H. LOVIER
    j The Gulf Coast Fair, to be held at I order be published once a week for LIGHT ROLLS, SUPERB BRAD! AND DELICIOUS PASTIT.
    1 eight consecutive weeks in the Suit : LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. i
    ; No
    HOUSEWIFE IT
    DeFuniak Springs, Fla. next week I VHOILD BE \\ THO: T
    annee Democrat a newspaper published i
    from Thursday until Saturday, promIses '-
    I :
    in said Count and State.
    ,: 1 to be the best ever held there, This October end, 1907. : ALWAYS GOOD and

    I ) and well worth the time and expense (Seal J. W. BRYSOX, ,
    \1'II\ISTH.\TmX MHICK.
    I' I of attending. The entries in all Clerk Circuit CoarL I GOOD ALL WAYS ,
    J. L. LKC. (octl-St)
    I' classes of farm and agricultural products Notice is hereby given that I. the
    Solicitor for Complaisant !
    i f 't indicate the show in that line I II I BBdenigned. administratrix upon the ASK YOUR GROCER

    will be fo extraordinary interest Mrs. F Y. Smith, of Alachua, who I II I Ii estate of S.O Thompson deceased, I

    The program as arranged includes i has been here visiting her parents will on the 25th day of November j j1W7 THE C. E. GULLER COMPANY

    I beginning on \\ednesda night an entertainment \Ir. and Mrs. Black, returned home j at the court house in Live Oak I

    gotten up b> the Boardof this morning. While here )(..,.. Fla, present to J. X Conner Count Distributing Agents. JACKSON VILLh F

    Lady Managers, and those who Smith added her name to the DailyDemocrat i Judge, -my accounts and vouchers of I I
    han attended anything of the Kindat subscription list. -
    said estate for annual settlement,
    DeFunlak, know that the talent '''
    f September 20. 1907
    there insures something worth seeing -
    m lillillu..m'oo.: and CMixtiiution. I! ELIZABETH THOMPSON LIVEOA.NJ
    Forears I was troubled with bil-
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    On Thursday the candidates for Sept. days rialltratrlx. i
    iousill'sS and constipation which
    Congress, Senator, Governor and the LIVE
    OAK FLOK1I I>\
    made life miserable for me. M> appetite -, B
    other State officers, bate been Invit-
    failed me I lost my usval : '..IJotSUY=V*,* Sqi itat.teal! Capital $75,000
    be and the -:- LI$35O9
    ed to present speak on
    force and vitaliU Pepsin prepara- In.! 'rout( i H "8.l.H1l..a.i .\\ I: ?, P HKATUS, Prvsidt-nt. { \
    issues that are before the people and I
    tions and cathartic only made mat-I JJ03 JO 991-Siq. S{ suey..ii, e. .
    I)
    P.LACKU:(.I.. I'a4l er.
    enough of them han already accepted '
    tern worse I do not know where 1 ',sqa }OA aalsari ....: to make it certain that the oc- .
    should have been today had I not ,(,,"oG1n\;
    casion will be of more than ordinary : I
    tried Chamberlain Stomach and Liver ---
    Did
    Y Interest Tablets. The tablets relieve the { ,\\p-\06 '00; Sam a..ns \q pits[ 71 \ DOLLARS DO THEIRs
    On Friday and Saturday mornings .
    " ill feeling at once, strengthen the digestive ,ssw q Jo avta aoj p sn 4414 <,,VPqqi
    the Agricultural Station staff of and sotnethiag
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    functions, helping the system I 11 eq 01 v pug pas s.iI:*' ?

    speakers are to conduct an institute, to do its .work naturalh.-Mrs. 1501 .IoJ luaatluri alto< petit .Uq -s when they are placed a;
    on subjects of interest to P.I
    speaking -
    Rosa Potts Birmingham. These > I" :salar OR 'Piaou ell 'SlJ"'I'j I I51
    the farmers of this section I wrings J
    tablets are for sale by Barclay it i OH 'It'r sated H- san n -juaminn est in a good jla"
    +t On Friday afternoon the horses entered -
    Groover and all druggists nov-w j ous SPUllw jo a i uoq B .c.t.L roar dohh
    I In the driving classes will b'! II U !; means put
    ns .
    ----I I II .a. low pu asjoq ano -uos \UB .
    and there will be a military not afford to miss it. rate of >
    i, Judged I I II )0pel uiojj ae jjns lots peso no\ B +: at a good
    drill for the silver offered by UK The railroads have made .. 3 yr +
    cup a rate of 1 JI JBO.{ o; sv ||9A sc sMjoq anov ofahtetl.IBII. tae Uo
    Association.On I one fare plus 25 cents for the roved i ii ji icing
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    Saturday afternoon there will i trip, and tickets are on sale from the No Nece..ity \ 't..Mamma I .. II ,., .
    be the old fashioned fiddler contestsfor 19th. good returning until the 25th have yom any objections -

    premiums of $15 and $10 respectively I II to my going to the woman's club"
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    open to all old) fashioned fid Bnt, my dew you don't Deed it LIVE OAK BANK

    dlers, and lovers of that class of I ?OlEY H JffiYA.9IL\ vet, Watt Mtil you are ..rrled." i\ ftI { Plt CUNT INTfliFSr I'\ID (r\ ,\tt\s 1

    music that makes the toes tingle can- { ,,"es G. e- t r.Y .._ tr.O..I1I" -Life. : .
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    =x hire Oak and SnwanneeCountr It' Qtt1tt'ttUlt LargeCinnlatiory'Covering
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    !,ender. Frtabliahed 12.1837 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, FKID.VY, NOVEMBER 15, 1907. VOL. XI No. 24


    I Petition by Merchants and Business
    [ HOUSE
    CLEARING
    I Men.* HON. FRANK CLARK

    Live Oak, Fla., Nov. 11, 1907.
    Li IS Citizens Bank, \
    ESTABLISHED -
    FI National Bank, \\COMINGTOLIVEOAK

    Live Oak ank.'pentlemenWe. .

    r., the undersigned \ ,
    merchants and business men of Live i\

    Oak, respectfully petition the above

    I : Certificates are Issued-They will Stimulate Business banks to form a Clearing House As- I

    sociation, and issue Clearing House Will bring with him the Hon. Wm. G. Smith of

    and are Good for Taxes and all Purposes Certificates In order to revive trade

    i and !,business generally. We agreeto the United States Department cf Agriculture.The .
    acpept same in exchange for merchandise -
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    or on account. at face value:
    On another page will be found a rate, take it, or if you owe a bill, and L. }I\| Dixon. \ ,.

    f petition addressed to the banking In- can get a certificate (instead of a pieceof Edwards Realty Co. Democrat\is\ in receipt of a letter courthouse. Every farmer in the

    : Rtirntions of Live Oak, signed b"y the United States currency, go and pay .' Emporium, I. S. Harvard. from Han. Frank Clark, under the county should try to be here. It U

    various merchants and business men your debt with It. Let us all have Surasky Brothers.J. of the 11th insi in which he has very rarely the case 'that such an

    of the city, asking them to devise confidence in th'e plan, and quit talk. I.. Lee.J. graciously offered the farmers and authority on agricultural matters

    plaid,for the issuance of Clearing ing M> much hard times, and go K- W. fyiwkins.Suwannee business men of Suwannee county a comes to our section. His speechesare

    Hove Certificate Tills request was hustling business, and pushing alonp Hardware Co.. by H. E treat in the shape Of* an address from highly instructive and will doubtless -
    made of our banks, not because they our enterprises<< with our usual hop MeNoill.Live the: lion. Wm. G. Smith, of the department be of great value to all the

    were unable to meet the. demands upon and enthusiasm. With good wholesome OaK Sash & Door Co. of Agriculture. Mr. Clark citizens of the county. *

    them, but that the finances of our confidence in each other, ama W II. Qoodbread. advises us that they\ tan be here on Let the farmers talk this matter

    locality might be made more elastic, courteous recognition of our mutua J. W. Wfst.n. the 25th! of NovembeV. We have accepted up among themselves and do not forget -

    thereby rendering It more easy to relationships, "e are capable of making L. \V bite. this offer in the name of our that a large crowd will be hereto

    handle the cotton and other commodities our times almost as good as w M. L. Burnett & Co. citizens and have premised that a hear these prominent speakers on

    and the better prepare all of want them. Wtih our barns ant M. Lazaras. large audience will bt 'ere to greet that day. Every body knows what a

    our people to further their\business' larders now full almost to the bursting Butler Bros.W them. They will be heron Monday, speaker Frank Clark is, and we will

    Interest without the enibarravst and our stocks of goods, larg A. Ed..ards. the 25th inst., and will speak at the not lei him off without a speech.

    menU usually incident to times of and ample, and hundreds of our peo Ave Oak 'Publishing Company. ,

    money stringency. The bunkhan, pie, who only a few yean ago, wer C \\'. Rog rs. THE LIVE OAK CLEARING HOUSE
    i gotten together, selected S. A. 1 finely, forced to live from hand to mouth- E. S. Ingrain & Co. I I

    H. )L Wood and W. J. Hillman as now with nice bank accounts, am Worth Stephens Co. ,

    trustees, and formed a ClearingHouse I with the bank (deposit here In Liv, E. J. Blumel& Co. + Trustees 1ss- Official Statement.
    1 Association in answer to yterequest Oak and indeed throughout out Fla Live Stock & Vehicle Co.. by
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    made of them, and today the entire State, larger, perhaps, thai S. B Conner. In order to meet the request of a tion, but what these certificates are

    bright, new certificates are in ci}) I they ever were before in the hKtor: The finely Stephens Co. I petition signed'by the merchants and just as good as actual coin and will
    ; eolation throughout: the town and of the country; with our people aL Mays Bros. \
    \ business men of Live Oak, Fla., andy be accepted as cash by every one In
    are fully serving the purposes of at peace with each other, leadinj.ober Geo. Wolfe. I > further the demands of this sect I payment of general accounts and

    ready mh in the hands of all who industrious lives, what groum Live Oak Manufacturing Co. ; tion of the State, the following banks*''debts. This action of the Clearing

    have been fortunate enough to ,get hive( we to become a band of "cal Geo. E. Porter.\\ I have: formed a Clearing House Association IJouse was taken not only by general

    bold of them. That they are as good amity howlers<< ?" Let no man among; u. W. Helvenston.The viz. The Live Oak Bank, request, but in order to meet the

    dollar for dollar, as any green-back us\lx' guilty of such folly. Our pow Hair hardwire, Co. I The Citizens Hank and The First National urgent demand for a medium that

    : ever issued by Uncle Sam, no one has bib) tit'S are great, and growinggreater. E. S. Tullock. I Dank These banks will toi would assist trade, and it Is our

    i"' er can question. That the times' are btringent. J. \\'. Cooperage\ day begin paying: out
    ,, All of our merchants and businessmen we ladmlt, but stringent time Operators Co. which are backed by the combined :) been put Into effect in all part
    are at anxious to get them in are needed in the course of events, Davis Grocery Co. I resources of the three above named I of the country) will largely relieve

    , :} settlement accounts, or exchange and always finally result in a blessingto G. A. L>'on. \ banks; and in addition to this, the the present situation and will help

    |g/ for goods, as If they were made of the pple.. They come as a checkto I. Julian Efird. \ said banks have deposited with W. move the crops that are ready for
    I ill}r glittering gold, and we learn they cof prodigality and revelrous luxuries: J. C. Fletcher. \ I I. Hillman. S. A. Ilinely and H. M. market. \

    : at par iu payment of taxes, purchase that injure\both mind and body, and I). L. Palmer.J. I Wood trustees securities to the J. HILLMAN.

    =i of railroad tickets, postage stamps or react in nuUonul debauchery.Let C. Baisden. I imount of one dollar and fifty cents \A. I I I N ELT.
    i* anything else one desires to use them us thank, God who rules the Barclay & Groover. foeach dollar issued in certificates, M. WOOD.

    __' for (even to the payment of sub- destinies of both men and nations for I Suwannee Drug Co. hence there can be no possible ques- \ Trustees.

    | Kriptlons for the Democrat. the times of toojy as He orders them, : S. J. White. ,
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    1. ,Xow let nobody think they Itavf'4'004 and, like one of yld, with deep gratitude City Pharmacy. (".\1.1. FOK (".\n.TS. that President Roosevelt will not accept -
    "mare's F E Thomason. --- a third term and that "Uncle
    1 nest" because they ; take courage, and press the .
    p ""f Dot be able to readily under- battles of our conunon industries' to II. A. Blackburn.E. Democrats ofV>ngn*.H .ire to .\sseinl Joe Cannon, speaker of the houseof

    ftf stand pr explain the philosophy of the a higher, nobler, and cleaner prosperity A. Burdick. \ l in Vn ember 30. : representatives wUH be the Republican -
    Nr fn. J, D Radford. \ Waco. Tn. Nov. 1:.Congress I nominee.
    \ and begin a series of knocking thant. has'\ ever enjoyed<< ; I
    :g< ? There are only a few among: us whoM I I for this is possible 'Jo intelligent J. II. Tucker, Jr. .'. man It. I.. Hanrv. chairman of the "Mr. Bryan," }Ir. Tillman said,

    | tndmtand the philosophy of our'I Americans: and especially the noble J. B .Buchanan. \ Democratic cat 'us of the National "will be the Democratic nominee

    ..If". : Pt national currency system; yet sons of huwannec County:, Florida..tSSJULTE1) Cary A. Hardee. i louse of Ifepr entatives, has issueda without a doubt. Ha is the greatest t
    I tab aD have unwavering confidence in t J. U. Barton & Co. call for the cuucus to assemble in living Democrat, and the proper man

    & sad almost lose our lives in thenest : Tilt Byrd & Barton. .he louse: Novomber 30 at eight to entrust with the affairs of our ;
    of iu Issue. TI-an.n-n A. I.ee Humphrejs.F. o'clock. i government1! I

    The ,. I Rubenstein.Live Mr. Henry in answer to a ques- The senator declare! that the present
    I' Clearing House Certificates isatitd West Palm Beach, Fla., Nov.; 1:
    by our Live Oak banking insti- Because Professor E. V. '.James, Oak Brokerage &. Comm ssion tion stated that he would not be a financial situation need not
    to0** are Company. t. candidate for the minority leadershipof worry the people. I
    as safe and sound for the principal of the High School here
    purposes for which they have been had punished his boy in school, J. I the House in tie Sixieth Congress. "This country," ha said 'has

    x, ***ed, and are being used In this O'Sullivan, a painter today assaulted New \ork UfE'cct"lt.4 Notes for reached a point In fts prosperity
    1oeaUtlo as if he leaving I Premiums. WHAT TII.I. I.\X THINKS. where financial flurries] in money
    they had the Jeon m- Professor James as was the
    Ibftat stamp upon them. They are the school building, shoved him back I In the present stringency in themoney centers do not affect In"

    ,bled by ample securities, and the into the office and locking the door market, I will accept notesfor Bryan said Joe Cannonill He Hlvals J

    blaki are thoroughly able to take struck James under the right eye 'I all or part of the premiums coming Presidential Nominees Next W. M. Boatw right ,had the mis-
    L. care every dollar of the issue. and near the temple with a knife, due on life insurance. Interest Year.
    I fortune to lose his dray horse the
    t .' nO thing to do Is, If you have anysing Inflicting a deep but not necessarily only 5 per cent. Danville, 111, Nov 12.-In an interview -
    to B W. IIELVE STO today Senator Benjamin R. first of the week, but now has
    .sell, bring It along and If dangerous wound. The ploice are
    : 7 1h'dwier offers you a oertinn searching for O'Sullivan. Agent New York Life Ins. Co. Tillman, of South Carolina declared another and Is on the street again.
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    tllllllllll III It. at ttte helm iiifuueUTiTOht .
    They were agr4eabl\ surprised by the ness manager of the paper To
    "I' til,- i I
    Y '''\t'nt of the stork being done there Uethesd Orphanage is !t.ft.000.: .
    } Id .ike feaid he thought that
    Certificates Good but feel that die government should and a niiinim of small h.quI'are
    on to the pn': + : I provide permanent buildings for the madThe r..sdut: of the estate IS
    it<'n.in't> of the offiie under
    rat. .tat ion. (i di\'idl'd ito sixths, equal parts going
    .,u..:..:,...:_:.aaexay1v17a] t"II! s.vfcteni was attended There are 'ow at Berkeley' 1.001 to the Mow and flv sons The
    $ohtical complications
    many j I; men, most of hetn quartered in tents shares of four of the sons are to tie
    We will goods for a Bank Certificate >, and fir this reason he ad- and small wodden buildings In view held in .trist for them by the Citizens'
    give you more :| the bu ning of all bridges I
    ; of the uncerfcinty of securing a > and Soutnern bank. ,
    ;f Oak. Just bring :>' Of free hand to
    Live giving a I I'
    than any other house in large appropriation from Congress, T. P. Ravenel and Mrs. Estill are
    KooMlvelt for the solution '
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    a them such as was for the naval traJaI made executors of the -ate and
    ttip I
    to us. : menace. .
    corporat on ing station *a the Great Lakes, it' qualified toda* .
    In Blankets Drake kclared that it was has been suggested that the govern- The Morning :'t-n- will be sold
    Dry Goods Groceries i Furniture i the foll'.es:; of the nation to
    If meat take otter the permanent buildings j whenever the t'JW"joro> n a>' dN..rmlDe -
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    that: the present industrial
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    11't. k Carpets of all Kinds( 'T could be maintained, with- : for this purpose I --- ---
    n-_,mi/ation of !gr at corpora-
    . T! ,'ir ('n\"jon would The Navy| Department will work aOTI'L.Notice .

    . ())61 .I And everything found in a First Class Store. ,t i: ','; 'i l ," t'\h".... nation and the out a plan and If these buildings can I Board of is County hereby Commissioners given that the 01Suwannf
    -'i in efficient
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    be secured' at a reasonable figure
    ........... I I"" .. L .he I County, Florida, will, on
    .. .. .. . ................ governtcIJaeIfld will ask thai they be purchased Ant the: t :th day of December, 1'07, rei -

    II estimate win then be mat': !.* f l lr n '>- .'i\" aeatafc bids for the convicts of

    IL : o.;... : ; the I propriation to put the 6.*....-i ; said Board county reserving for the the year rights 1908.to reject Said

    order and transfer the station from
    any tad all W4s.
    ; P ith alarmw the present site at Berkeley, which is ThisNember 13, 1O.
    OAK
    LIVE I > York 1 j not regarded as suitable for pntargp- J. W. BRYSON.

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    f is directed to our large and well selected stock of Men's, Youths' and Boy's Clothing.

    ti Hi Men's Overcoats Raincoats. Ladies' Raincoats. Misses and Children's Cloaks. ,

    t i Also to our large stock of dress trimmings. .

    E ''i'' Commencing on next Monday, November 4th, and continuing for Thirty Days, we\

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

    line, come and see us. Now is your opportunity to get supplied for the winter. 1

    We also have a full supply of underwear of of all kinds, which is being offered at AT

    TRACTIVE prices. Same as past two years, you will find it to your advantage to examine

    k this stock before you buy. We have just received one car load, 150 bbls. Kaufman's
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    Idea\high grade Patent Flour, which we consider the best goods we have ever offered.

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

    strongest guarantee goes with it.

    ''i t Highest market prices paid for Cotton Chickens, Eggs and Turkeys.


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    ing.On Thursday the candidates for For tears I was troubled with biliousness -)Sept.:0.60 days. --- _.- ----- -- ___ n_ _'
    and constpatron! which i I
    Congress Senator Governor and the
    made life miserable for me. Sly appetite -}
    other State officers have been Invit- failed m(>. 1 lost my usual i 'J.s4ws. *m_'"}$frl6/7 often occur regularly at a certain time month. $e-
    every
    ed to be present and speak on the
    force and vitalit}. Pepsin preparations W.Ioo)I I ? Para so all your life, is
    no reason why It should continue.
    Issues that are before the people and .
    ;) .10eql Cal -VOmPn
    and cathartics only made mat- 04Me who had
    enough of them have already accepted previously suffered from troubles similar to yours
    ters worse. I do not know where I lab aalC.a J3'1e womanly :
    } to make it certain that the occasion 'CJ /gans' have found welcome relief or cure in that
    should have been today had I not tltfV''ul medicine
    'r will be of more than ordinary ---,. women,
    tried Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver -
    Interest. Tablets. The tablets relieve the I ..\ipAoa03: 3njQjEoq sand
    On Friday and Saturday mornings
    ill feeling at once strengthen the digestive Jo neat aoj9dq pat
    Station staff of I
    the Agricultural functions helping the system I \ aq1 aq oj ;{ pt of Cardui
    to conduct an institute,
    speakers are
    } to do its work naturall).-Mrs, bat jo; )udtumn Jn
    I, speaking on" subjects of interest tot nasa Potts. Birmingham.. These I.. :!I.31JJ."OI 'Play,. .
    of this section. t.. .
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    t the farmers tablets are for sale by Barclay & -U 'K T sniBd HB s*. I am wen pleased with the results cf trU.g"inrI .rduL I t2VO
    :,' On Friday afternoon the horses en-. Groover and all druggists nov-w 'I10US S.PJP.IItU lO'now perfectly well, free from pain and t."
    'will be I have gained 25 1.1 tinetaBns
    c tered in the driving! classes I ton n p.**-
    pawn 1
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    i Judged and there will be a military I not--afford to miss it. jo snfcd tnoJj janns a5Joq 11 ER I IjiesjnoC W"tetod.YfCJf'af r.:.e IKI"y'desalt,)hur symptoms..to. yofv.'u"b'e64apmustratf'd Slatlne'age<1J reply. .be Bookf lent W,._._. ..;, ,t eo N t
    drill for the silver cup offered by th? I The railroads have made a rate of I o) sc lIa.SV <;| """" "'- The Cr eahtedianeCo.C'a"tnnr r',, ; "\.
    p Association. one fare plus 25 cents for the roundtrip ""'-'-' .-- -.1.
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    be the old fashioned 19th good returning until the 25th. canes have been di-- .0 !}inn fo b.) il < 'd'I
    premiums of $IS and $10 respectively ,to the! cu h el'r\ 'r did you
    I .. damage case against 'quandor0MX the n a"
    open to all; Old fashioned fiddlers R
    and lovers of that class of 'iOlEY I01ffiYA.'mTA : vet.I Air ,Line Railway was ((1''ir nlnq; will vo,, learn I "Fall oppnirs;.' 11I0'
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    __LJ18t the defendant eom- that pleasure I i! What''. Xot .1' .:; with I
    music that makes the toes tingle can- I Cit-es Cr'CI iv ...., t'.e"ttte.'" i' should never be put OB
    r fay and damages asseg00 c'mere'al baI of womfllB--
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    XEW SENATORIAL CANDIDATE. before taking the conversation too HOOSIVILT Hut KIMJ. (bituarj. I ,
    I HIS PAPER 10 BE SOLD
    seriously.The Little Janie Belle Hurst, infantdaughter
    who never had a dollarin Pn>nuncnt I.:iw- lrofrssor .SeriouslySugg :
    Duncan V. Fletcher Will ProbablyTry man of Walter and Janie Hurst, -

    to Succeed Mallory. the bank in his life is the one generally ..ts Him for that Job. died October 16, 190,. She suffered I I

    who is doing the most talking Ann Arbor Mich. Nov. 10.-Prof. only a few short hours and then (LOML: KSTIUSILL. n\s
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    I about their unsoundness.The : Joseph: P. Drake, of the law department went back to the God who gave her. IJKKX: FILii: KOU PKO-

    A Times-Union reporter learned DeFuniak banks are both, on startled his/class yesterday by Little Janie was a bright little girl KITE

    yesterday, from good authority, that a safe footing, and as a matter of fact i declaring that be/would favor electing for her age She was one year and

    ,there It every Indication that Duncan their deposit t' are increasing instead Theodore Ito ielt king of this I ten months old. Weep not, dear

    C. Fletcher of this city will probably of decreasing, This will continue tit country The students at first took parents for jour darling is safe at I II I

    te t candidate for United States be the lase/if/ the people simply sit the statement aJ a joke, but it was I home. Do God's will on earth andI BUSINESS. MN'G'R REMEMBERED .

    senator.'* steady and refuse, to allow themselvesto r reiterated, and Prof, Drake assertedthat I am sure you will meet jour darling 1IA

    It is said that a great many Influential be scare 1 by jack-o'-lanterns. it was gin with all seriousness again Kemeiiiber Christ said. "suffer -

    citizens have been advocatIng The hz ve not refused to cash a and sincerity.The I little children to come unto m*. .I\c'oo One-seventh of the Proceed<< Ilu

    Mr. Fletcher as a candidate, but single depositor's check for any nomination of the President to and forbid them not, for such Is the n-liatance to Wife and

    be has, so fat, refused to give any amount and do not expect to unless the throne of tie I'nited States cam-* kingdom of heaven." liEU AUNT: (' ildren and to (

    definite answer, but yesterday he was l eople s.hould he influenced 1>> streetcorner after a discussmn of the corporation I r I 1"1. ;

    said to be very seriously considering talk to take such action as to nrnhl*>m, Prod Drake declared that. i Tin ('.\I'OITUX.TI'I'OSITIOX.: .
    I Satan&ah. Ga.. Nov. 13.-The III
    the patter, and the indications are make thJ banks put on a limit as has although an a tack upon vested interests ;
    of the 1* le J. II. Ktill, filed for probate *
    sow that he Clay announce his candidacy been dope in other places for the had be i attended with many : (internment May 1\1) JamrstownSite
    erday, makes the widow the
    >es
    i i'Repapers
    any davJ protection of their depositors dangers to tb prosperity of the natkln. for :Natal i'tlttili.Washington i '
    chief beneficiary. Mrs. Bstlll receives
    of the state have from': They 'have decline to cash out oj the I'res eat bas wisely handled .
    |) Ce Nov. 10.-near- a! beautiful residence at Isle ;
    time! to time(spoken of Mr. FletcherJ4. town drpfls fur the rwasou that th- the sltuat on and as the final {
    i Admiral llrowi son and Commander of Hope and all of the testator's per-
    M a probabl; candidate, but he has l-ankvlp other towns have been declining solution of corporate encroachmentsupon i '
    ; Wilson of the Itureau of Navigation, sonalty.
    (sever given a'tidon n intimation of the de- (o ship ('cashand to pay thei the rights of the public could '
    i( have returned from Hampton Uoads, The Morning News, it is directed
    on thThe question through any drafts would be reducing the available not be reached before the passing ofmany :
    j where they inspected' the naval training shall b. sold. One-seventh of the
    Piper,. been of cash on hand to that favored retaining!
    pressure which has i, l:I1prh' decades he :
    station .it ijerkelej, near Norfolk. proceed will go to F. G. Bell business -
    bro gut to b ar on Mr. Fletcher it Is I point where they would have to pnton Roosevelt at t helm through thethickest :
    They weft surprised by theextent of the To
    I agreeably ma lager paper
    .now points to his candidacy. lioiil as has been done elsewhere. of the ght. I
    I, a of the being tlone there,
    The I cork Bethesd Orphanage Is left .$:;.000,
    peopl of Florida need no In- Drake paid be thought that
    : i Prof. but feel that ttie should
    : government and a nmade mber of small bequests are
    1rocQctI t< Mr Fletcher He has ]I, The thing to do is to go; along a'? the election to The, presidency and I'provide permanent buildings for the he residue of the estate i is

    wed the p,,pIe ins various capacities if there had been no talk of financial the maintenance of the office under station. ',
    I divided ito sixths, equal parts goingto
    for le3m on]numerous boards of the mate your bank deposits as 'tem was attended '
    troubles the present sy There are i ow at Berkeley 1.000' the widow and five sons The
    'erntnent of the of Jackson- I usual jour bills with your manpolitical complications 'I ':
    city pay with too
    5i1Ie i men, most of hem quartered in teats shares of> four of the sons are to beheld i
    ,.u ltamajor| several times In in the usual wa\. and in a and evils, and fbr this reason he advocated '
    I cheeky and small won Jen buildings In view : in for them by the Citizens'
    le&ialaU e halls of the state, as atonpant short ,time ever one will have forgotten the burning of all bridges of the uncerl dnty of securing alarge and trot bank.

    In fearless fighter; for De- all this talk of a panic and the giving of a free hand to I
    lation
    appropi from Congress, T P. Khvenel and Mrs. shill are
    aocraey Ja t e the Th reports from New York are to Kooelt for the solution '
    Dlhand party among peo- ; Theater such as was (trade for the naval training made executors of the estate and

    wit the leaders of the party, i the effect that shipments of ciHrencjhave of the iori oratjon menace. I station 4& the Great Lakes, it i qualified tfday.
    sad he now there to a considerable Wlared that itVa..
    olds 'ln-en returned Drake
    the highest position Prof.
    b I has been suffeested that the government The Morning News will be solrJWhf'D@"t'r
    Ole 130,000,09 ia goldis I' follies' of the nation tosuppose
    D&rtyj today, chairman of theecutlve extent one of tlif take over the permanent buildings j the executor may dp-

    "McraticPrlv : committee.te now' im its way from foreign coon. ; that: the present industrial on the ,Jamestown Exposition i mine.

    s te citizen Mr. Fletcher tries, and so far as that point is concerned 'efficiency could ,be maintained without f
    grounds for this purpose.
    raada fore oat; he is liked by all. the trouble is practlcallj1over. the o-eanlzation of great corpora

    nlllt,0 Their destruction would The Navyi Department workout .NOTICIL
    account of his gracious tions. I
    1 'l1ers: as b speaker he has no sup- Simply sit steady and all will bwell. mean the ruin of the nation and the a plan, and if these buildings can Board Notice of is County hereby Commissioners given that tr o<,'

    bt ejsUte of Florida; in his solution he said rested in effleteatontro be secured at a reasonable figure,
    )rof@SEion Suwannee County, Florida will on
    ablest.. 0 law he is among the \ and reeulation tf the govera- will ask that they be purchased An : the 17th cJat of December 1907 r<',
    It the I hi.
    bar of IMilfiitly
    Florida Dlf'ot
    ek has offered ; .. estimate win then be made for an appropriation celve sealed: bids for the t'ODvic'< o:
    Church-I see King Leopold : i I I
    to put the buildings tD.. said count for the year 1908. Said
    for a renedj 'understand the
    1.Sit StUdy of $30,000 Knicker-I I''-" I
    'j. in the BOat. a prize Board reserving the rights to r<>jPt t
    which is affecting I order and transfer the station from
    sickness
    for the sleeping I first principles "i politics!
    t (De .uniak Breeze.) any and ala/ bids.
    subjects in Africa. the present site at Berkeley, which is
    his
    Ii ROI'kf'fo.. he points with alarm .
    I{ Ames This Norember 13, 1907j
    .'al 11 e this when there Is so GothamOh, do people stay homE '
    : not regarded a.uitdl<:e Per nlarge- ,
    \ tal* 0 the mornings ovei:1 ti.l \irt\ vu'li pride: -:':4York W BHYSON, t
    'situation, church Sunday '
    from
    kII Sun ment. d-w.lt Clerk of said Boardr
    t -en to find out who is talking there too7-Yonkers Statesman.
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    ,;Jt as we are intending ,'<<,
    to go out of the skirt business, and we are therefore anxious to sell everyone of them, at any price we can get. i
    1 Remember; and take advantage of our great offer, tor these things don't happen every day. Our prices are as follows: 1

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    ' Black Broadcloth $5.00" $3.50 'f :
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    t also beg to announce that we have 1,000 yards of 54-inch Broadcloth in all colors, which was sold and
    '' t; : sells everywhere, GUARANTEED, from $1.25 to $$J.50 per yard, we will offer to our customers as long as
    they last for 90c per yard.
    j Our shoe department is complete in every style. Over 5,000 pairs of shoes in the house-all new and the
    I latest styles. Any size from baby shoes to the largest sizes. "
    i 1 Ojr 110' : o? clothing is NEW and UP-TO-DATE, bitter than it ever was. Men's suits, all prices, $5.00 to $20.00. Youth's !
    I I suits, all prices, $4.00 to $12.00. Children's all colors, any size and any price-over a J,000 suits in stock .<'
    We also handle a nice line of Ladies' .and Men's Hats, Trunks and Valises, etc., and anything; you can mention in the line. of
    merchandise. Call to see us on the well-known corner.

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    !II: i ', who- comes, big, little, fat thin These i;' r hosiery is complete. We are still hand-

    \-:{ ; clothes are made right. ling the well known "Emery" shirt, the

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    ; : you want a good meal I 1 1'I 1 I NOTICE.

    \ DR. L. M. DIXON, S call 1 atMANKER'S I'I Notice is hereby gin that I. the th"I',1 Otlior Trr.it men t Ito To Whom It May Concern: .I

    6j > undersigned special master in chancery Quickly ('ur.ll Be it known that .
    ii Ct) l.y lllatnbe'rlain'sugh THE LIVE OAK
    :. j( DENTIIST. under and by virtue of find "
    WI a (' / nOTTLI.NG WORKS
    I 1,11"1."I..ast having their
    . i clOIIODOXTlA \ RE8TURNT[ J' decree of foreclosure made by Hoa.H free and of-
    '. UKUVVX AND lilUDUE: ly winter I caught a very s v.fOrt" factory In the city of Lire
    4 WOEK:, grKClALTIK>. () I II. t'allner judge of the Circuit cold which lingered for weeks: Oak, county of Suwannee state of
    I to) Court, Third Judicial Circuit of Florida says J. Trquhart. Zt"ph'r? Florida; have
    of adopted
    Ontario and do hereby
    ( .wianuiI4lBJ I ,
    t L Omoestt ,..,: Opposit Union Shed. Good service in and for Suwannee county, in 00)1) rough was eery dry and harsh. publish this device, towlt: "The property
    a HliSSSiiSS$ 55ss5s s i l'hanct'r). wherein E. J. Illume & Co. The local dealer recommended Cham of LIVE OAK BOTTLING

    i guaranteed. i I are complainants, and Sam Johnson berlain's Cough Remedy and guaranteed WORKS, TRADE MARK REGISTER-

    : J. M. PRICE M. D., COtS MAN'KER.[ Prop. i and Janie Johnson are defendants, It, so I gave It a trial. One ED. LIVE OAK, FLA,*' to be blownor .y
    i the
    ; for
    of
    } _____ ? purpose satisfying and paying small bottle of it cured me. I believe etched into the bottles and
    > : the amounts
    mentioned in saidfinal siphons
    Chamberlain's painted printed
    Cough Remedy or stenciled
    PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON. decree I will offer for sale and to lie the best I have ever ut-ed.:' on all boxes, cases trays or fountains J

    /:) / "'" I!' sell to the highest; and best bidder for This remedy is for sale by IlarclayGroover & used by them in the manufacture of

    'omc& 'PHONE 151.R1flENCt'r10NE Y{ l.f tl. &(1,1t't: 'tas.li. in front of th? front door.of and all druggists. nor-wi soda, or other mineral waters. Said

    132.SiiMinic 4UC7t, - between the legal hours of sale, on :i I fountains i
    /.JF ; t i\oti I i.f Application bearing the name of "The I Ii
    for
    03(4 Tat Ile"
    ( lI'ndrr
    ll l1" i er
    "tea!.f Drug Story Monday, December the first, 1907, 4 I Live Oak Bottling Works."
    Section as above
    Write at once and learnrhjr we secure best tie following described real estate, I H uf tliapter quoted,
    beat salaries for graduates are hereby claimed to be tko
    positions and our thus, haws of .
    t.tbama..IlD G. Crrekmor. It.D.Wersin "- EUGENE ANnF.R ON. Pre- J to-wit: Lot thirty-s(ven (37) In ,I Florida.I property of the said LIVE OAK BOTTLING ,
    ". : Ilildreth's Second Addition to the I!I I Notice is hereby given that D.V. WORKS
    and
    i Creekmore. town of'e Oak. Florida, in Snwann !.i Brown purchaser of Tax Certificate[ corporations all persons or
    \otice >f Application for Tax; H..I are hereby cautioned not
    county, Florida.1'urchaaer No. 4, dated the 5th day of Juno. to deface, erase, obliterate, cover
    t Ph7sl.'lans and Surf eons.LJ Coder! Swtioii S of ChapterISSK. to pay for title. i f A. D. 1905. has filed said certificatein or otherwise up
    remove
    i I or conceal said ,
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    '-. IJMVS of rioriila. ,, J. L. WHITE, I I moffice, .
    and has name
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    .. ..k. PUrMa. I made application or device thereon, or to devise i
    tI1n Notice is hereby given that E. It j jHcLeran I[ Special Muter in Chancery. for tax deed to issue in accordance buy, St'll. give; take or otherwise dis-

    b Phone over J. C.. Baisden'; store. Of purchaser of Tax Ct>rUtl- I: J. L. LUG Solicitor for Complainant*. with law. Said certificate embraces I poe> of, or wantonly destroy or traffic

    et phones 16 and 131. cate No. 7, dated the 5th day of Jultt', -- i the following described J-tin the same without the written consent -
    ,-::... Sane awn seem to think that | petty pr of. or unless" the
    A. I) Id OS, has filed said cettifteatein situated in Sowannee County, same shall have
    honesty I. aothing bat the willingness I Ito
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    been
    lttovon my otktand, has mad application Florida, to-wit: east one-half ft purchased from the said LIVE
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    A. B SMELLROBERSON stay bovght.Hire's. ... ; OAK BOTTLING
    : for tax deed to issue in accordance I southwest one-foarth of Section 27. WORKS. Alto the

    & SMALL, i I \\ith law. Said certificate embraces Xu tee 'I Township : south, usage; 15 est device"SuwanD and emblem Trade of Mark label to-wit:
    Register-
    i the following described property : sv acres. 'fed
    I talklag. you eaa't beat Herbiae tot'ithe Ginger Ale the most refreshing
    .\\140RNE -:. AT -: LAW. situated In Suwannee Count, liTer. The greatest regulate I The said land befog assessed at ginger; ale known Live Oak Bottling
    1t"'renfr& j Florida tf>-\\it. Lot 52 x219 feet. the date of the issuance
    of such certificate Work, Live "
    Fla.
    Oak.
    praetic. in Stat. and ever offered to suffering hamaDity. If I printed In
    to Federal Courts. { northeast corner Block 19. Wellborn : yon suffer from liver complaint. if { in the name of Unknown !:'three colors and upon which la the

    $ [U ,,. lswlN llCILDUOhiIn& i I The said land being asMwed at you are bilious and fretful, its your: Unless said certificate shall be redeemed I fight hand corner, appears the picture ;

    OU.:'Plon t\., 19.). the date of the issuance of such certificate liver and Heroine will put it in its i t '.according to law, tax de>etl .Iof an Indian woman, sitting upon a i ik ir

    : FLORIDA. I in the name of Unknown. proper condition. A poriUv4 cure for will issue thereon on the 13th day of rock by a stream of water.

    ,- -- Unless said certificate shall be rn constipation Biliousness. Dyspepsia ;; November .\. D. 1907. | ass corporation, or firms, or par-

    & B. deemed according to law, Ut kd and all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya I Witness my official signature aniseal d 1: ties using the said bottles siphons,
    L JOUNSON
    ottle afrd will boxes, cases, trays, or labels w Imitation
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    never use
    you -
    of anything
    ,
    uill issue thereon on the 18th dayotemtrec i this the 17th day of Octobj-. .
    else. Sold by Sawaanee or attempted imitation thereof
    AID : A. l>. 1907. Drag I, A. D. 1907.
    COUHSEL8R AT LAW, Company. aev-dw* | will be prosecuted as per law 1M I1'down
    Witness my official signals mad i (Seal) J. W. BRYSO.V. '!
    1VE in
    OAK, FLORIDA.R'hite' Chapter 4584! Acts of t'
    t teat this the 15th day of October, -- 1 I Clerk Circuit Court, S.'UMoe Conity. of the state of Florida. eeta

    ; BuIMInjr,- : .\. 1) 19t 7. "Can she keep a secret" Florida. woctlit LIVE OAK BOTTLING WQaae.
    "No. bat she can keep a cook and !
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    (Seal) J. W. BRVSON ; R H. Holt

    .,'l.aROCME Clerk Circuit Court. Suwaaa Con. that's something to brag aliost"-1 i i I, Live Ook. Fla, Oct 25.
    I Detroit Free Press. When a man is la love he thin ks

    ''it= 7 Hi Counselor it Law,, i ty. Plorlda. w-oetlS-lt I the he to.Bt girl. is as nice as she think that : C.ll Hl )hwtirg.iI1Ci _

    ""' LIVE CHK LA.I I'litMiiiionja l'<>liM\| a ('t.l The Postmaster of Gasconado, )Jo.., ;t Sawaanee County Sea !rh the
    Associatior0calto
    in all the courts of the i I but never follows the one of Foley Daniel \. High says. "I eaaDot1 {I remedy for aethers to use te tea *Growers'to meet in regul .)W* the

    U 1 I.U"ntion given to ron-I Honey and Tar. It stops the Coon h, too ranch for your Kidney & Bladder" j' Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It the emirt house in Llvej* tOQ tJJe
    tun or the 1 Pilfe. I feel like a sew mas. DoWitt's ".l
    tang an- rM
    rents t'tc. AlJ heals and strengthens ta.tt"ll1\earlyas good us maple sugar Nor. 16, elJlurday. -
    g pU, attended I City Pharmacy Kidney and Bladder Pills arc it l907. The
    to. i I.e-.enta pneumonia. contains no opiate Sold by Livv J. CIIE ""
    1; Public State at La"" Ij j I I .' nov* sold b> Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d Oak Drug Co nor-d W, ]D. WIIA'g parate women'nag on y ,

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    ,Some of Them Notice of Application for Tax Deed Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One

    "Don't JOn think It Is dreadful for Under Section 8 of Chapter Dos e of Chamberlain's Colic, American ManufacturinAtlanta \

    1 q society to be taking up any of these 4888, Laws of Florida. Cholera and Diarrhoea i

    esoteric oriental ideas Notice is hereby given that J. W. Remedy.I s
    "Ob. but the oriental rugs are per- attack of = Georgia.
    Wells, purchaser of Tax Certificates was so weak from an i __
    fectly lovely!"-Baltimore American.
    Nos. 337 and 340. dated the 7th day diarrhoea that I could scarcely attendto I I "!P

    of June, A. D., 1S97, and Tax Certificate my duties when 1 took a dose ofChamberlain's
    A Significant Prayer. Complete MachinerIEquipments :
    ; No. 196 dated the 6th day of Colic Cholera and
    r the make
    "May Lord help you
    June, A. 'D. 1904. has filed said certificates Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me en- ;
    g Bucklen's Arnica Salve known to
    in my office, and has made ap- tirely and I had been taking other '
    ail, writes J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel
    plication for tax deed to issue in ac- medicine for nine days without relief.I .
    Hill X. C. It quickly took the pain
    cordance with law. Said certificates heartily recommend this remedy as Woodworking Machinery.
    out of a felon for me and cured it in .

    1 a wonderfully short time" Best oa: embraces the following described being the best to my knowledge for Saw Mills, Plaining Mills, Shingle Mills, Lath Mills, .

    ri earth for sores burns and wounds. property situated in Suwannee County bowel complaints.-R. G. Stewart of Mills Spoke and Handle Factories. Wood Turning

    nl ; 25c at Barclay & Grover drug Florida, to-wit: No. 337, southwest the firm of Stewart & Bro., Greenville Wood Yard: Machinery: etc. Engines, Boilers, Gas and'Gas.1

    store. nov-dw one-fourth of northeast one- Ala. For sale by Barclay &. line Engines, Saw Mill Machinery, Belting and Mill SopSe, jjI

    tl .- fourth; No. 340, northeast onefourthof Groover, and all druggists. i iu I Manufacturers of American "Permanite" Roofaii : '-.,

    If the worm would learn to lie Lot 5; No. 196, northwest one- -Special Iaotif'i-Salt". j i!i The Best Flint Coated, 'No-Tar Ready to Lay Roofing. &J

    : abed-mornings the early bird would fourth of southeast one-fourth; all Pursuant to a final decree of foreclosure .:!, lor SAMPLES .nd for the Asking. Address 'nI

    t never be so famous. of said land in Section 22, Town- 1907 for the
    dated Oct. 9th, I I AMERICAN MANUFACTURING Co., Inc., ATLANTA CJL
    ship 5 south, Range 13 east. sum of $1794.48 principal and tie -
    AppendicitisIs The said land being assessed at sum of $190 Solicitor's fees and the
    due in a large measure to abuse the date of the issuance of such certificate cost, made and entered in the Cir- I S ....H....it ..u......it U Itu... ........,.........;

    ? of the bowels, by employing drastic in the name of Unknown. cuit Court of Suwannee County Flor- I

    purgatives. avoid all danger, use ida, in that certain therein Live Oak
    Unless said certificate shall be redeemed cause Bottling WorksR.
    only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the &
    according to law tax deed pending wherein, The West, Flynn
    cafe, gentle cleansers and in --
    andJ.
    '1 will issue thereon on the ISth day of Harris Company is complainant .
    ators.. Guaranteed to head- ,
    cure E. Davis and W. E. Davis as copartners H. Holmes
    Vhe, biliousness, malaria and November A. D. 1907. i doing business under the Prop.
    jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drug Witness my official s.gnatare and
    : firm name of Davis Bros., and Uddie
    ktore. %Sc. nov-dw seal this the 17th day of October
    :E
    M. Davis the wife of J. E. Davis, are
    ,-- -- A. D. 1907. Manufacturers and bottlers of The Famous Suva!
    defendants, and wherein I, the un-
    } Luck is what prompts opportunity I (Seal) J. W. BRYSON, dersigned, was appointed Special nee Springs Ginger Ale, Coca Cola, Iron Brew, Pcai

    ,to rend you an alarm clock before it Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee County Master to execute said final decree
    ; Mellow, Raspote and (jinal Lemon, Root Beer Chocolate '
    knocks at door. -
    94 your Florida. w-oct8-4t therefore I will, on the first Monday I I
    Cream Soda Sherry Vanilla Pesin Ola
    in December, 1907, same being the and Fruit
    The New Pure F< d and Law
    sip H> Drug; Tolo.
    2nd day of December during the
    i t t1'e are pleased to announce that Stung! legal hours of sale at the town of I

    i Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, The Co-Iont'l-Do you believe In Peacock. Florida, in Suwannee coun-I Every Gallon of water used is Artesian. Filtered and Dini

    ;3 colds and lung troubles is not affected dreams t).., sell at public auction, tilled my water pipe is connected with the large Ice Factory
    Little Jones-No, I married one.-
    i by the National Pure Food and
    highest and best bidder therefor, for I distillery. '
    F Lrug law as it contains no opiates I London Opinion. cash, the following described property :"-

    e or other harmful drugs, and we re- I to-wit: One twenty-barrel still In every respect my plant is entirely up-to-date, being operated bj

    commend it as a safe remedy for Cured of Bright's DiM-a>e. and fixtures set up at said Peacock, Electrical power. ,

    $ children and adults. City Phar- Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora N. Florida. Terms of sale cash. Pur- We are prepared to furnish these goods t. all dealers in the itate.

    macy.- HOT* Y., writes: "Before I started to use chaser to pay for title.J. -- -

    3 You never know that you know a Foley's Kidney Cure I had to get up B. JOHNSON, YOURS FOR BUSINESS

    :: i man until he has hit you a good hard from twelve to twenty times a night Special Master.

    thump. and I was all bloated up with dropsy KAY DOGGETT & SMITH,

    -:0- and my eyesight was so impaired I Jacksonville. Fla. Live Oak Bottling Works

    = There Is Xo Reason could scarcely see one of my family Solicitors for Complainant. ,

    why your baby should be thin and across the room. I had given up D-wky-lmo R. H. HOLMES

    fretful during the night. Worms are hope of living, when a friend recommended Proprietor.
    !
    the cause of thin, sickly babies. It Folt)'s Kidney Cure. One 50 NOTICE. | u........ t" + 8""'''''.'!.

    Is natural that a healthy baby should cent bottle worked wonders and be- Notice ia hereby given that the I I! --

    be fat and sleep well. If your baby I fore I had taken the third bottle the undersigned as administrator of the! .4 *

    does not retain Its food, don't experiment dropsy had gone, as well as all other Estate of J. A. Adams, deceased will

    {r. with colic cures and other symptoms of Bright's disease." City on Monday, the 13th day of January

    medicine but try a bottle of White's Pharmacy nov-dw 190S. present his vouchers, receipts ASSISTANCE VS FORCE f

    j' Cream Vermifuge and you will soon and report of and for the Estate of,

    se your baby have color and laugh as' An optimist can be as happy after I i J. A Adams, deceased, and thereupon i

    .n it should. Sold by Suwannee Drug marriage be thought he was goingto I apply for his final discharge as

    1 Co. nov-dw be when he contemplated it. administrator of the said estate.J. Constitutes the difference between
    I taking L L Land
    II. WETHEULINGTON, the '
    purgative for liver.Lamar's
    average torpid .
    Originality is what gets a man iti.to I r-5-6m Administrator.
    I trouble and then shows him the A Reliable Kennedy for Croup. Lemon Laxative tones up the partly para-
    I Mrs. S. Rosinthal of Turner Michigan IUKKKS' LIVKUWOUT lyzed bowels and enables them to perform their
    way out of It again.
    I sa>'s: "We have used Chamber- Tar and Canchalacua natural functions.

    I lain's Cough Medicine! for ourselves For the complete cure of Coughs L L L is not to be taken in large doses. i Small doses regular

    y He Fought at Gettysburg. I and children for several years and Cold, Asthma and Bronchitis and all ,;' and often enough to cure the trouble instead of aggravate itt
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    I David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y., I like it very much. I think it is the i Lung complaints tending to Consump- L Ltaken does for not*re.sonable beroos_length>*ij.tej of baa time Uy will and pet call the liver not b mod. cWwl bowel la In a inch tot. ,

    I who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: only remedy for croup and can highly !i tlon. Liverwort Tar and Wild Cherrjtrav a healthy condition that other medicines win not be needed. i for ages maintained an established Try one bottle and find for yourself its delightful effect.:
    "Electric Bitten have done recommend it.
    me moro } For sale by Ilarj Sold by an leading Druggist,
    good than any medicine I ever took. j clay & Groover and all druggists nw reputation as a standard Cough
    Remedy. It contains LIl l.n R, TAYLOR $ RILEY DRUG CO.
    For several sears I had stomach i I no opium or

    _{ uble. and paid out much money DeWltt'lI Carboiized Witch Hazel harmful drug caa be given with Macon Georgia ,

    i for medicine to little purpose until !1 Salve is healing and soothing. Good lOafer to children. Price $1.00. Sold

    I began taking Electric Bitters. I '! for piles. Sold by Live Oak Drug i iI by drugrists. Williams' MTg Co.,
    I Pro'.., Cleveland, O Sold by theSuwan.
    would take
    not $500 for what they Company. nov-d '
    ,' Rj have done for Grand Drug Store. apr-lyr
    me. tonic fOl
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    the aged and for female weaknesses. Dancing/ 1"1'0ratal "riir 50 DOSES 50 CENTS I
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    Great alterative and body builder; i! $; ,'t ';
    Many men and women. catch coldsat
    ; sure cure for lame back and weak
    dances which terminate in pneumonia
    kidneys. Guaranteed by Barclay &
    I and consumption. After exposure ::!!
    rl Groover druggist. 50c. nov-dw -
    if Foley's Honey and Tar is1

    taken it will break up a cold and no MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY'
    :4 j If you want to make a woman be- serious results need be feared. Re- Yare .

    t : lieve you believe she is pretty tell herr fuse any but the genuine in a yellow Portable and Stationary: BftSfta!
    in superlatives.A Boilers SawMulsVoodMachinery ; ; c-
    package. and Suppl r
    I 1eJ.tibI'
    .
    We have secured the agency for plete line carried in *& ', :
    Hard Debt to Pay. jOrino'! Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new al Terms Write for UtM*'

    t{ I[ laxative that makes the liver lively caused by Indigestion. If you eat a -
    "I owe a debt of gratitude that can "
    purifies the breath, cures headach :' Lttle too much or if you are subject ta fir tb. OU$ "
    Mate Agent'
    .I.t, never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark, I and regulates the digestive attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt! GASOLINE; EX6B
    F r of Westfield, Iowa, "for my rescue orgaiio.Cures had shortness cf breath rapid heart beats and
    i chronic constipation. Ask us heartburn cr palpitation cf the heart.
    I from death, by Dr. King's Xew Dis-
    about It. City Pharmacy. dwi Indigestion causes the! stomach to
    covery. Both lungs were so seriously I i : expand-swell and puff up against the MACHINERY.
    affected that death seemed imminent I II i heart. This crowds th* heart and inter- .
    when I commenced Xew XOTICK. fetes with its acton, and in the course cf LONG AD: r.ES ALL (,nUH"S" ATt'\r;
    taking I DISTANCE STREET
    'N5, !, tins thj heart becomes diseased. THOSE 574. :.2 > ,"
    Discovery. The ominous dry, back-
    Notice is hereby JACKSONVILLE
    glen that the FLORIDAFletcher's
    ing cough; quit before the first bottle
    ph.-slciaas of the Suwannee CountyMedical
    was used, and two more bottles madea KodolFor
    Association will place all''
    complete cure." Nothing has everequaled
    n eir past due ace u. ts in the hands 66
    New for 66
    1 Discovery coughs Dyspepsiadigests
    of the association's!
    special agent for
    colds and all throat and lung com
    plaints. Guaranteed! by Barclay & collection, if not satisfactorily set- what you eat ti':::?5 the strain o3

    "oo\'er druggist. sere and $1.00. tied by December 1. 1507.' rf the. heart,a.d c: .:n.\.:es nourishment The best Chill, Fever and LaCV.ppe: cure
    ttren th and
    1.\: 1 health to eviy organ cf the
    ", ," '':ial bottle, free. nov-dw body.: For hL;es: ::'. Dvspersia.: Soar on the market. Be to tie -nu1ne.It .
    sure ;
    \ William Kidfrfj I'HU. Stomach. Inflarirnatjon the mucous get *

    : j Hate you c.glcted yo-ir Kidn ys? membranes l.mng: tfe Stomach aid Diges- has the signature in red ink. =\Accept no
    ..' 1 'onishingly I easy to convince ave Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh other ]It
    t Ie \something of which he Have you OTtrworVpd your nervous jf the Storn.ch. as there is none "Just asjod..

    "Inct'l.I system and caui-d trouble with yoU After !n-,Try food w.uld d.streis me tvrtaktrt cost, but 25 cents for 16 doses, ir it cures,
    \be kidneys and bladder Have you pains'in ry heart[*jpcat., and I wc-xi become very weax.
    loins side, back grails and bladder Anally:.rejef.I ret a Aer bottle usg of Kodo a few ard bMt it:es rue I am Ire cured.Irrme1.4 NOT ONE CENT IF IT DOES NOT.CRESCENTUPHAKM .

    /I It/If good reliable and safe ? Hare you a flabby apeal.rallc" MRS.LORI."iG t ICHC: Penn Yaa.N.Y. t

    : KODOL for dyspepsia of the fire pecall! :' under I hi! stsmac-1 trouble was m a tad: stare as I : : A C y
    ial heart trou:'. with it, 11- K. )1! D. a ,
    best remedy known to- eyes! Too frequent a desire to pass i Core for about lour month ara.:t--e4 r"e. te"
    2'L urn, belching and all urine If so, Williams' Kidney Pills! a KAUEL2. teas a Live Oak. Florid

    from a disordered will curt you-at Druggist Price 5dc Digests What You Eat KR SALE BY ALL DRUCtGIM' /

    Williams' Manufacturing Co Props.
    leasant to take and :

    pmptly. Sold by j' Cleveland, O Sold by Sawannee aw.... .w..asS laale..U.a.l..a-.. .ntsrv.ta.O.D.Vin trvr z.s .a u.L... I 66 Fletcher60
    9 Drug Store. apr-lyr u
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    J. BLUME, 1st Vice-
    Presi.dent.
    i D. L. BYRD 2nd j J. B. BARTON President.
    Vice-President. H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance Com.

    ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier. .

    ,Capital and Stockholders Liability, ... $100,000.00. r



    THE CITIZENS' BANK OF LIVE OAK e



    A BANK OF STABILITY ,

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    r many friends of )Ir. Luther, j j HavingFormed Ourselves Into

    vMcKlnnon were much grieved to a Co-partnership jj
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    learnf his death occurred at + -

    ! Wi tonkin Perry Saturday. Mr. McL -

    Klnnoj! was a young man, only thirty We take this method of thanking our

    &.-years Of age, and had been very suc-

    i twain; In business and had a host'I friends and former customers for past

    E dot warp friends. Ills demise wasrVery

    sudden, having been 111 for only "

    'k two days. The cause of his death favors and solicit a continuance of the y

    hemorrhagic fever.
    vu

    I same for the new firm. We will carryat

    Ik W, Angus, an old citizen of '

    ,r,Snwianee. county, was\ found uneoDsdOD II all times a full Line of DRY GOODS
    by the road between here

    j; ud'Rlxford, at eight o'clock yesterday -!' AND

    and'taken to his home where he I GROCERIES. : : : : : :

    died at five o'clock yesterday after *

    noon. The death of Mr. Angus was

    -. iappwed to have been caused by a

    stroke of paralysis. Mr. Angus had i BAISDEN WHITE

    I Bred In this county for seven or
    I, ,
    eight! years, and was about sixtyjjars :

    " old. I LIVE OAK

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    B. T Delegal here from the Pine ,

    t'Crore settlement today.

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    I I I I I I I III I I I I I I 1 H. .. .So'. .. . "-LLL. ... . _
    ,f.S. L. Sutton, of Alton, was hereof -- ,- - -, 1"1'1" 11'1 I 1 I : J 1llllalllllUr+
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    WHEN YOU !Christian, highly esteemed and love II! -
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    : SELL COTTON Clearing House Certificates good :;q'; ; j : II F
    H. Quarterman, of Dowllng by those who knew her. and will l>e as gold for our merchandise and ont I i

    trek, ,it In town on business today. J sadly missed from the circle o accounts Suwannee Hardware Com- HAVE YOUNOTICED
    friends and .
    relative in which sh e pan>. 143tr

    J.Un..A. G. Rouse, of Dowling Park Remember that Wolfe has a (dwtlt Her death occurred yesterda y; : THE isSANITOL

    t tu In town this morning shopping. I morning at ten clock and she wll i Head the prophecy of hope that !

    large lot of Jeans, Repellants be buried this afternoon at the Me- ,' shines In this day. Can you not see

    T, W. T.jCarroll, of Rock Cut, was In Clellan cemeter). The Denton t the bow spilling its glory across the I ADVERTISING AND OFFER IN THE
    outings etc. that he is sellingat joins with their friends in
    "i.city this morning on business. extendin;; horizon in the Wrong confidence I
    condolence to the bereaved relatives. ; mutually maintained and demonstrated LADIES' I IO.XIC JOURNALOMAN'S
    the old prices to close out '
    fs I W. D. Stinson, of Lancaster is In I among our people Failure is H \\ IIOME CO.\\P,UnON!

    Xtte city today. his dry goods which he does Monte Johns of the White SchooHouse 1 i never written in the history of such a "TIIRDW C1tNiN( POSTCOLLICR'5
    settlement, was in the cityesterday y race. ,

    1 1 B.J. Platt, of Platt Station is here not intend to carry any longer on business i I DCLI\DTTO &C. |

    I :a\aal esi today. .I Rev. A. J. Futch, of Emerson, wasa 10 SANITOL
    ; Get a bargain at C. II. Arnold of Lee Fla, made a caller at our office this morning I PRODUCTS $1.00 |

    > !H. J. business trip to Live Oak )'t>&terdaJand r His visit I
    Cannon, of Dowling Park ,.1 to Live Oak was made --
    |'!Slke city today. returned home this morning. chieflj in the interest of '
    a new
    I Wolfe on Corner church that is being erected atEmerson. 'I ]| above Fill in Journals one of with the coupons from |

    ", Lo\l 4 Cobb of Padlock, is here frost lliun.day's Hail). Mr. Futch reports his section | Druggist, mail it to the our SAMTOL name as |
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    traultoda,. Drannon of Uoaeburg wan I of the country at par but says ;: LABORATORY with One Dollar.
    necessary alarm. These reports were the this will
    city morning ; They send
    order
    few have sold their you an on
    I altogether without truth. There has cotton )vt us for the ten products. (Retail
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    Lee ,Mobley, of Pine Mount, igag s not neither will be ocasion for Hoss Mallory, Wellborn, is to -- i i X|* value $2.70.)
    the J. M
    Tl itors in town today. I Adams. Wiimarth.. was a :
    alarm as the Infection is now almost the city on business toda .
    > --
    caller
    at the
    : Democrat office Mondaynd :
    entirely eradicated.
    :J f t I. Clayton, now with the Tampafieq'Col1ege a moved up his subscription to the (
    '- 1 Emmet Wise made a bti.in *f trip, Democrat Suwannee
    s I&tvdq in Tampa, came upon HonV, II, Moblej, of Pine to Lake City this mornIng.
    business. Mount is in the city on business to- --.4------ I
    J. Q .V. Hatcher in :
    day. was Monday
    : i C Carmichael: of Dowling Park, I Dan Mill, of nO llburg. h IB tfce, and made the editor feel good by ad'alltC'iog ,: Drug Company 1 1U

    \ht fate"n thf morning on buss Alex. Hall, oti 1 'Ine Mount is heretoda ,city today on bu.tneM. \ his bsciiytjpgto the paper I

    .... > on business -- -..... .I t tXOTln
    'II -- -- P :M -- .t
    Ike tt. of Nobles
    Ferry wash r::;!! I
    :. / II III I III "II : I u_
    About Edgar Peterson .re business /
    one year ago. on jmterdayMr Live
    -Sberitf J. F- Hawkins enter- / Oak Clearing flouhe Certiftcates !2pq. I NR
    I living at Uranford, shot and :1 I 'qi; 4._ ... .
    ! 4luite i number, of his friends wjiLJ** ntTa'i b"le at full
    . i sltiday supposedly'killed a crane near his and; Mrs. Lewis. of ltoesbur B. face value} !/'toy merchandise or on \' LOCI {
    :' F evening at a canjt home; but while he was carrying the were here )shopping jestervlay payment of '

    at hU home in this city. bird to the home, it pecked him tone 1-. ncFannt. School Books
    In A W. McLERAN,
    .l'Jn Pronounced the cane juice of his ejes. Since that time h e Jim Towtes was here yesterday .ANI

    *HMr. Hawkins placed has suffered with the wound inflicted from the ijpriog Warrior eoMm.Bity. Wellborn Fla i I
    School
    r
    arder turner obligations and this Doctors Thomasonand Supplies
    *;' that by Inr morning t---I Circuit L hurt IrtKtiedinR I ]
    the should take home Drown deeming it best, removed Mrs Prock, of Wilniartk WM fa OF Tin

    of the Ayr i POur popular ex- the eveball. He now hopes for the city Chopping yesterday after- The greater part of the day ,'estt"rday.ad 'fttil'u' llct
    h a Dn today has been taken up with V 'lU.l .
    .
    19r type of genuine speedy recoxerj bOO the trial of a damage suit against
    t1Hl latch-Btrlng always ----- the Stwboard Air Line ,,\ i
    j Haii Railway A v /'mmutii I
    ttbe Ode for his friends Fromediies.d.ij's ). M. L. itaraett aid Ji. gar {t colored woman and her husband are '

    iAhora, d be Is lever better Robert Milliner, of.l KlivHfc was weft oat Wnl It..... this aft.... plaintiffs to the suit and they are I C. C. COOK Prop.
    I ( ,
    .R than w n he has them with in the city this:morning. .... represented by Koberaon & Small' i I Live Oak : : : FJorMa I

    : 1i5 '! I Rees .& Rees are lttornevs for they]IIOfteBGant !! Ii
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    '. .\, J. lioatrigfU. of Kob rg, is ia Will Carroll, a praaifrnta SawaD- company. and the case is :I .. I : :: .=::cH

    r Davy, town today trading. e count* cittoea, ia ia the city today j being very stubbornly fought The'
    '
    F' une8, of Branford, Is in the i on baMaeas. amount of tae claim for damages! is THE BON'fON
    ::-" tAll
    S' t > friends. W. 1) Whatlfy. of Rocky Sink is I considerable and the outcome is I,

    i $ here today on *a.lae8L Clearing Howe Certificates good watched with interest 1
    !
    6 3 To of f Luravllle, is in tt the Stjwaaace Hardware Coma A considerable array of testimony are larKed to inspect my line of

    ea b inesa itoday. J. M. Brock. of )le \pla. ViM i :...y. 14-3t for both sides has bees introduced, ,i new fall goods Hats, dress goods,

    Y the city j*&terilaj. and the calf has been aa interesting laces, embroideries, hose aBdtrwuHr,

    of Luraville, was a : A. W. MeLeraa, of Wellhora. oae one so far ;, corsets! all ready now for inspeetioa.

    t|r in the city jester- Walter Ikysoa, of Brytoa's Mill is of: the pr L hMat citiaew of Sawaa- t 1 New voile skirts Just ani.....

    4 I in the city todaY om bu.iV. .... see, was aTi ltor to the city today. From Fridays Daily. Standard Pattersas Fashion soeetato
    :Mr. O :
    F.
    Griffin son of oar townsman given any one who calls for ....

    hQ and passed through \ M Hardgror, of Watt Stetfea. I{. R I ssett, a prosperous Svw acitixeB. J A Griffin, died at Wellborn Come look while in town.

    kt.en route from came up on b mess fife metal,;. tne+ cast is OB oar streets Mondav and was buried at Mount

    f 1 Tallahassee, today sla ,lag hands with his friends Pleasant He leaves a wife and three Mrs. C. W. Bache.
    !
    little
    I N '1. Eiaytoet of Peacock was daughters besides other rel itives #

    M learn that he cases among the badness: visitors i. the A M. M aeley. of Lancaster passed The father Mr J. A. Griffin I pine organ and piano, furnish the
    k retained
    f from
    t about town have all city )"('tterda; ). [broach th|a afteraooa, oa his way to where he Wellborn yesterday, music. The President delivers the
    I tI bad
    been with his and
    ,Lake City to attead son address. Mr W. U
    f Fortunately it was a meeting of the family sfiwe Saturday Hamilton the
    *'form. 1 Farmers' Union evangelist is to hold special
    and was not Views was rebelled here last Bight religious
    *Jtt: Ch. there Bessie Lipp nee meetings at Stetson soon. The
    being of the death of Mrs John It.
    Stetson .
    limtrMty.The Christian
    ) au. since Mrs Lippswasthe Associations-separate
    it made Mlzelle. Wellborn Clearing House Cfrt'ftcates are Sunday on

    i We hear someattergotoutin daughter of Prof \, W Mizell". ;ood wth: i ns a' "V1] ;-::< v" ;.. t g ..'!d.,:orruni Vesper ta' St:"':sere rJ t-\: in r_'h P.- lave foroung ncre men than and young women
    100
    i one of the leading: citizens of this payment far goods or 03 s. ::: : -. a 3wet \ chclic of young people tt''
    a l Cfy: v'- :: stud)ing the Bible
    , caused some un- county Mrs Lipos was a consistent .The City Pharmacy v h select soloists, with a grand clubs. daily in thestudent'
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    KOII. John S. Heard in s Lite Oak. t.IIII.IIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III..

    :f Hon. John S. Beard, !of Pensacola.

    I was in tie city this morning, on his Where the
    p, way to Ocala to attend the comingout SEABOARDAirline
    convention there tomorrow anl
    while waiting for the southboundCoast
    Door OpensConstantly
    Line train, was a pleasant call- ( '
    Railway
    er at the Democrat office. Mr. Beard ,
    is a man of striking appearance; he -
    $ looks distinguished and would attract
    Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines I l
    I attention in any company, and his ,
    h conversation fully sustains the favorable Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, heat and keep
    : You can quickly
    impression his appearance Philadelphia and New York. z
    the hall cold
    cozy draughty or room-
    makes. More than six feet high, well -
    tw -- no matter what the weather conditks
    l'b1 proportioned, with clean-shaven, resolute : are-and il only knew how mack
    you
    features, large, shapely head TWO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DfllLY o real comfort you can have from i
    ; and piercing brown eyes, he looks / "
    like a statesman, and if he gets to G.tljt 10.ZL';?.
    ,'' the United States Senate, people in Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail : : PERFECTIONOil .
    the galleries are sure to pick him out
    ;i and ask who he is. As is well known t'I
    } Mr. Beard is a candidate for the If
    ,iaI Senate to succeed Senator Mallory Modern : Pullman : Equipment. Heater nar

    I and he Is sanguine of election. lie : _ __mn __ __ __ ____ _
    (E tpped with Smokeless Denied) )
    .. will canvass the State thoroughly .
    ' w and his leading issue will be the repeal ; The Jamestown Exposition Line ; you wouldn't be without one another hour. Turn the wick as

    or as low as you please-there's no danger-no smoke-no nod: J
    NORFOLK, VA. -Lust direct intense heat-that's because ol the smokeless oeviet I
    Beautifully finished in nickel and japan-ornamental -
    Excursion Tickets on S'le DailyFor anywhere. The brass font holds 4 Quarts.giv-
    ing heat lor .hours.. It is light in weight-easily
    carried from room to room. Every heater warranted.
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    i full information and Sleeper reservations! call on any agent ,
    i of Seaboard, or write *
    kc ffVlf.amn meets the need ol the
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    :1 S. C. EOYLSTON. JR., A s.t.. Genl. Pass. Agent Jacksonville Fla.tll:1llLWJ.LllU ; ? J J-/anlp sluJenl- bright
    steady light-ideal to read or i
    : : ,H"H-H-H-.. .. : .. J.M-JJJ M I I I I l.U.l.tll!+.4 study by. Made of brass-nickel plated, latest improved -
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    :V I central draft burner. Every lamp warranted.

    ",,,,,,,;;; """""m"";,"..;;: ;';'. 0'" "' !II m", om 0 ;;";;""""",, ; '" '" m""''';I '!:I II your dealer does not carry Perfection Oil Healer (
    1 II and Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency.

    ii Now is the Time to Visit the : !' STANDARD(I.--OIL COMPANY

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    IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
    i of the Fifteenth Amendment to Ifj a Macon Gear 1*
    the Federal Constitution which confers j -
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    the right of suffrage upon the nei '' The War Path, :=: Air Ship, :=: Naval Display, |: i ENGINES-, SOikli
    groes. Mr. Beard insists that this COTTON GIUIII( IIAtHINErr-' :
    t amendment was never legally adopted MILL IIUCHIIUy.SJ..lr:
    s w and that when a case is made up i; will interest and instruct you. Do not Illilt.: PuniplnjOutfilV IN l.IaIIJ !ftJGA50LISE.

    and the issue fairly and squarely I fail to go at once. For beautifully illus- ....\jol.-roc W.dC.or.
    presented to the Supreme Court of' rmtcr lt a;;.-a-
    puhe J' +
    the United States, that court will declare -! trated folder containing maps, discrip- ...
    it Invalid. He seeks to have ; tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to "" ''' .
    such a case sent up from Florida. He : --
    has studied the subject profoundly. i
    is tremendously in earnest about it. I FRANK C. BOYLSTON | Tffng'oTit At Cos

    . and talks with convincing force on nH
    its various phases. He says he knows
    h absolutelythat heis right. and I District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. HU I II of eat
    u Every Tuesday and Tnursday:
    g :
    1 whether he gets to the Senate or nor

    he will keep up his fight against! an I 11 week all my entire stock of Dry GO

    Amendment that is a crime against ATLANTIC COAST LINE and Shoes
    civilization itself. Mr. Beard's candidacy ,

    : on that issue before the people r.h C.I FOR CASH

    will be a formidable one, and Messrs. THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.t
    Mallory and Trammel will have their i HI Bcginingjsovcmbcr[ 5th for eight weeks. '
    il ....... '.. .,' F. 1Green Pinen1ountz->>
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    hands full in the fight; ahead of !! nnn_ II!!!!! P' : I I !! m--rp: a'!! il : f: :

    them.
    .
    ------ This is cause! for gratitude upon th adtr.ss. for we are ready to underwrite tdu4' I'rurea

    Hon. Frank lark. CUlllill part of our people to have this distinguished now that it will be a message D. B. CASWELL. .. that bofl!
    be remembered that i gentleman come among 01 good things laden with much inspiration I I' .. SYt
    It will yester-| ; ..oet
    .
    day's Democrat contained a letter i I us as our guest and we hope the for larger hope and a better 'HtlHn 9.tlcta1) tf ttnjttiatl to.u"''" te drop tJ

    from lion. Frank Clark addressed to)I members of our Board of Trade will day. Let UI all watch for the I 1 kr.'a ,.sari for thI
    have their "best foot first" on that date aDd be ready. Will : has ntad.! i' n*" 01
    the secretary of our Board of Trade, go anywhere in State to Embalm. the plaDO
    occasion and make it a time of much n*>\f ,it i > "
    their invitationto Any style
    in which he accepted or price coffin or casket fur-
    profit to in more ways than: on" nished' > < :1.1 })eela -
    u\ r >
    visit Live Oak and make an ad goes Always on hand good line of it'.
    dress, and promised to furnish the We want to get up genera miercs ; burial suits for ladies or gentlomen. n _',' fir lb' .
    date of his coming at an early day. and have a good crowd to hear that wat was coming: to him. I For suits call at MRS. E. N. LAWLER :1.0 ReCOr6-II
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    Chester, S. C., Sept. 30, 1907. Douglas, Ga., April 19, 1907.
    Mr. John Y. Garlington, .Messrs Lockridge & Tanner, Ga., August 28, 1907.
    Man. State Mutual Life Ins. Co., Mgrs. State Mutual Life Ins. Co. Found.Dublin Mr. J. Wallace..
    Laurens, C. C. ,
    3S2
    King St.,
    h Dear Sir-I beg to acknowledgewith Gen\lemen-It affords me great
    gratitude, receipt of check pleasure in answer to your letter to Charleston. S. C.

    from the State Mutual Life Insur- advise; you that my policy in the Ga., April 26, 1906 Dear Sir*-I am in receipt of
    ance Company of Rome, Georgia, State\Mutual Life Insurance Com-
    for$1,000, in full settlement of the Rome, Ga., is a most satisfactory The State Mutual Life Insurance Co. yours of the 26th inst., making in-
    above policy, which was carried by investment. Rome, Ga., quiry concerning the ,financial
    my husband, Henry T. Carter, in At this period of development of Gentlemen Please receive my con- standing of the State Mutual Life
    your company. the South, we need all the moneywe gratulations on the dividend you Insurance Company of Rome, Ga.
    This check emphasizes the uncer- and by keeping it at
    can get have been able to return on pol- According to its own sworn semi-
    tainty of life. My husband had home, instead of sending it to my
    annal made
    statement to the Governor
    ! ,failed to pay his second premiumand Northern Companies, we are just icy. You are evidently not dispos- -
    had used all of his two monthsof that much better off. I am a firm ing of any of your funds for "cam under date July 1st, this
    I extended insurance allowed un- believer i in Southern Insurance for paign purposes." or this would not I company has assetts amounting to
    der his contract with the exceptionof Southern men and now that we havea be possible.In $1,032,709, liabilities $S19, J67, and
    five days. Compan in our midst like the surplus $212,842. It is a mutual +I-
    \ the South we have long felt
    This provision in the contract, State Mutual Life, there is no reason I
    and, therefore, has
    the need of a substantial Life In- company no
    saved me and my family this thou- why a new premium from this sec-
    sand dollars. I know of no other tion shouldcross the Mason and surance Company, and I am gladto I capital stock. It has a deposit
    t 5 ,company so liberal, and this settlement Dixon Line. \ see in the State Mutual, a company I: with the State Treasurer of $100-
    >I is substantial evidence of the In this cobnection, I desire to that has more than met its ; 000, par value, State of Georgia E
    superiority of the State Mutual Life I state that it has come within my requirements, and won the confi- i registered bonds market value
    .1 Insurance Company. I think most I knowledge that the State Mutual
    i about The has
    dence of the people. $120,000. company
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    here in
    policy holders are in greatest doubt Life is loaning poney right
    t I as to renewing during the first our midst. I have never heard of I You have struck the right key- been twice examined under direction -
    *. three years of their insurance be- another Insurance Company having note: "Southern Life Insurance for i of this department an expert
    '. : ing in force, and the State Mutual, loaned any money in South Georgia Southern People" and I wish you I actuary, who reports it sound and
    { has wisely provided conditions in for its deelopmeiit. I will candidly success in the good work now solvent, and that the premiums
    its contracts to meet these contin-. ;| say that I thinly it the duty of every sufficient
    carried charged are to mature its
    bt ing on.
    gencies.I '! every man in Georgia, to patronizethe
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    take plearure in endorsing the State Mutual Life. Yours truly, policy contracts.
    company, and shall always say a Yours very truly, SAM BASHINSKI, JR. Yours very truly,
    word for the State Mutual LANGFORD & DICKERSON, WM. A. WRIGHT, I !
    r, fe. Attorneys for Citizens Bank of Comptroller General of Georgia.
    Yours very truly,
    t MAGGIE J. CARTER. I Douglas. I s

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    STOCKTON A CANDIDATE. I PRINTED BV REQUEST.Prepared \$ $ $
    SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT.

    lion. J. N. C. Stockton, of Jackson I
    t tI
    at Small Cost, and Many
    ville has definitely announced that,
    Published every Florida.Friday at Live bak. he the is announcement a candidate for will. Governor arouse much and I I Swear Ity It. '! t ConfidenceBegetsenthusiasm I

    interest in political circles throughout -I :Mix the following by shaking well
    Entered at the Live Oak Postofflce l
    *, matter. the State. I Mr. Stockton is a in a bottle, and take In teaspoonful which accounts for
    second-class
    as I
    strong man, stro g in his personality, doses after meals and at bedtime .1 the ardor with which we are pushing

    ClIAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and ,M'g'r. strong In his record and strong in the 1! Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
    size and charac r of his following. :ounce, COmpound Kargon one

    Subscription One Dollar Per Year. And he Is a fig ter, too, they say; [,ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, |trhe First fi National Bat
    local druggist !Is'theI
    three A
    too pugnacious, [some maintain, and ounces I
    The Arcadia News condemns Gov- mighty rE'CklessIth his tongue when authority that these simple, harmless 4
    is thrown-around National ,4
    his temper slips he bridle. Now that ingredients ean'be obtained at nou- t Every safeguard Banks.
    Breward because he sends his
    ernor daughter to be educated at Stetson fie is fairly in./he field, we may be inal cost from our home druggists. f They are frequently inspected by agents of the Coa

    University rather than at the State sure that he haa given full consideration -!' The mixture is said to cleanse and troller of Currency, and a fie called on to nla eSt

    Female College at Tallahassee. It to the magnitude of the task strengthen tie clogged and inactive sworn statements to him five times each year, hence
    ahead of him. and that he will makea Kidce.. rooBing Backach, the direct of the
    under supervision
    seems to us that in.a purely personaland l I they are Nation.;
    Bladder weakness and Urinary
    campaign
    private family matter like that, vigorous all over the kl.d T i al Government, and its the strongest on earth .
    Sttae that will!i keep his competitorson trouble of all if taken before
    Governor roward 'or any other citizen -I' .j;
    should be permitted to exercise the jump. |A man of his positive th' stage of Bright's disease I Safest Banking,

    his own choice and send' his daughter I and aggressive) character always has !I' hose who bate tried this say it i Best Methods,
    enemies, but they all concede his positively overcomes pain in the back
    where he draw- .
    pleased without ; Up-to-date Service
    I for ,
    criticism him. integrity, his cburage and his capacity chars the urine of sediment and
    ing newspaper upon I Liberal Treatment.
    He isla strong foe to the I regulates urination especially at : t
    No man, not even the Governor, is '
    liquor traffic, aid it is almost certain night: curing evtB the worst forlM' I Conservative Methods. ",
    bound to account to the p bIle for the I .
    manner in which he exerc ses his discretion that a leading flank in his platformwill I of bladder weaknwe.i I J the National Banks. They have :
    Always use
    be State prohibition. Doubtlesshe Every man or woman here who pros .
    in his family a airs when
    the rights of others are no : Infringed.The will be at thfc coming-out contention -I feels that the kidaevs are not strong I I pered in greater numbers than all other banking.
    in Ocala tomorrow and will makea I or acting in a healthy manner should ; 'lr" stitutions.Vatch *

    Valdosta Times Is, a sensible speech fully stating the Issues upon 1 I mix this prescription at home and t \ us grow, our profits are now as large as j
    which he will make his campaign for give it a trial, as I, is said to do wonders : I
    and conservative paper, and it just I our capital was at our beginning.I ..
    the nomination. \ I for many persons.
    I I
    about expresses the sober judgmentof \
    The Scranton (Va.) Times was first ,
    the thoughtful people of this to print this remarkable prescription, If I FIRST NATIONAL BANK
    country in the matter of all this intemperate tearing Hou,e "Certificate '."" ..1 I :
    I in October of 1996. since when all ,
    hue and cry against rail f
    .I the leading newspapers of New York,
    roads, in the following which appeals I We wish to announce to our I I
    Boston Philadelphia PitUburg and { 1
    to other States as well as Georgia: friends, customers and to the publicin I: Live Oak, Florida- t
    other cities have made many announcements -
    "Normal conditions would soon return general that we will be glad to .
    I of it to their readers. (
    if political agitators will hands accept Live Oak Clearance House I
    -i $n ----s--$ --S-g-y--' ----l-M-!
    off and let the railroads and other Association certificates at their face I
    I ,,3
    developers have a show. No fair- value on purchases of any goods at The Commissioners of LaFayette '

    minded man disputes the assertionthat (I our store and in settlement of any \i iI county have leased the county convicts ,, (

    there are wrongs' perpetrated by I account. In fact we are anxious to''II to Malloy Bros. of Perry, for ; j
    the railroads which should be corrected -I I secure them. jSUWANNEE j: $40,35 each per month, which is saidto '-l-Hvl"M'H-H"l'M H-H 111 i'l' +1 I I I I i M I 11 I I I 1III1II1 It...4

    but there is such a thing as i HUD\\ ARE CO.Live ; be the highest price ever paid for 1

    overdoing the business" I Oak, Fla convict labor in Florida. Clearing
    i Housel]jI

    ....Wai6 .eti8 "' ........ ......."'......& ............. . ...._
    Good news for Messrs Mailor>'. I VVVV "' '''''''''''''''T'T /rrrrY A-SSA '''' ," ...., ...


    and Beard Sparkman painful and has Tramme silence at last,}!and broken lion announcedthat his Steve long Live Oak B.ottlingV 1 orks i+ :I CERTIFICATES. GOOD .!


    he will not be- a candidate for .

    the United States Senate, but will be I R. H. Holmes, Prop. f .J:

    content to accept a renomination from I .
    : We wish to to friends customers -
    the people of his district to represent Manufacturers announce our ,
    I : and bottlers of Coca Cola, Iron BreN, Z I II
    t them in the lower hbuse of Congress Peach i and to the public in general that we*
    Mellow ; :
    Mr. Sparkman pausing on the vergeof Rasporte, Ginol, Lemon, Strawberry, ; ,
    I Orange, Sassaparilla, Chocolate Cream Soda t will be glad to
    a senatorial candidacy has been asa Sherry, 1 ; ; accept

    large and most anno;'ing fly in the Vanilla, Pineapple, Bananna, Buckeye Root Beer, (none j ;
    ointment of each of the aforemen- better and few equals.) : IUVE i : OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATIONCERTIFICATES

    tioned gentlemen, end now that he ,
    is out of the way we extend to them Dr. Pepper and : .

    the renewed assurances{ of our distinguished I

    consideration and urge Jersey: Cream j;t'. I: : at their full face value on purchases of any.
    them to increased|endeavors in their And
    a great variety of other Fruit Flavors not mentioned. *
    /
    noble competition! 4 Suffice it to say, that if its good we have it. Our pride and I ; ; ; goods at our store and in settlement of any

    I i own production, SUWANNEE GINGER ALE are unequaled t : $; account. In fact, we are anxious to receive
    John Stockton Skill not be at the
    coming-out convention today in t in quality and richness of flavor. Look for our Trade Mark i : : : them.

    Ocala to make a fepeech and tell the Label Registered bearing the image of an Indian maiden t

    people "where he,is at" on the issues None genuine without it. A fine leader for Jobbers and j

    which divide the factions in this.I I Wholesale Grocers. Our plant is up to date in every particular t I f Suwannee Hardware Company .

    State. lie says that he is opposed to being operated entirely by electrical power and none ,
    precipitating political
    campaign
    1; but DISTILLED AND FILTERED WATER: used in the prepara- Ii;
    now, because people hate
    worry
    r enough over ai' financial situation, + tion of our goods. Yours for business and best of drinks, ;I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
    t
    s and don't o be bothered with i Box 44 Live Oak Bottling Works. Phone 65-2R !it j

    politics months ahead of the time t
    si't-.t-s:>-'i..t-H'N.. 4s ki3i ii 9y3..t tar +Ho,444gy >-H4 f : i ;4"H >* 1-H H' H H+H4 H..H.J..H..I.1 M 1 1 1 U M+HI 11 H i"jp
    when it will be necessary for them to

    _. _
    consider the relative merits of candidates .a -
    ............... .... ---,
    lie wants a short campaign '''; .....'.. .. .,. ............... ..... ... :
    ? !!: !!!!!!!!!!!; !!!!!!! !;' >!'!;!;;; ;; tM-M..M. ; ; } ____
    ", and a sharp ont|, a hurricane fight.
    so to speak and flaYs that at the:

    proper time be!will go before the I! Clearing House Certificates '

    voters and fully I!{inform them of his

    I views on public questions.

    t fr ,
    i ? The other dajj out in California

    F i Federal Judge .Wellborn surprised I "GOOD AS GOLD :
    the country and brought dismay to a

    i l lf great corporatio by imposing a fine a ,
    ,. of nearly one-third of a million dollars -
    t upon the Santa Fe Railway company I

    railroad as crime a penal of for therebating. The popular personality i AT THE LADIES' EMPORIUM. "

    of this alifornia Landis is
    interesting and another illustrationof a _

    the fact that your genuine Confederate -
    veteran can'generally be relied i

    on to get to thq< ( front and do the Nx FIVE DAYS' SPECIAL SAL

    right thing anywhere you put him.

    Judge Wellborn r.hO has long been ,
    famous in California for his great i 10 cent. discount all
    ability and learniig and force of per given on purchases of $3.00 and up. Discount

    character is a C federate veteran O on the goods and not on the .
    money
    and a native of Georgia He was a :

    member of the Sixth Georgia Ca\- "i "i < ?__? ""-"
    aIry and was woun ed at the battle of
    No More Hard Times. Plenty of
    Chickamauga. II surrendered with N Money in Circulation.

    the command of n. Joseph Wheeler -

    J having reach* i the grade of I RJMJA: BJR $9 flfl worth of certificates f| worth of inerchrniUU -

    brevet colonel in t e service. Judge $1 _
    E Wellborn came to California in 1SSI MN or other money, buys J U dISt: at

    and was appointe to the Federal MK
    bench by Preside it Cleveland in

    1S95. lie served ur terms in Congress -
    from the D Has (Texas) district I The Ladies' Empor

    being a met er of the Forty- ium.i

    sixth, Forty-sever th. Forty-eigbth ..
    and Forty-ninth congresses I :J 1=--::: II I "

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