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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 18, 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 )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. III. No. 10.
LIVE 0\K DULY DEMOCRAT MONDVV, NOVEMBER
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r CONDITIONS IMPROVED;J I I IN THE PHILIPPINES.

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"JUf SCARCITY OF CURRENCY .
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PLAN HAS HEARTY[ APPROVAL


and
Is Being Overcome Itws Use of

Clearing House Certificates y .
Icing the Outcome'of Several White

V(! \ House Conferences r 33
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.., New York Xov :: Another J r 1 4"fit

eventful week in the financial orld

''flosed : Washington, NOT. 17.-Secretary L
Ii on Saturday, with conditions

in dew York greatly Improved Even TNIsI at Cortelyou tonight made the Important -

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rf with the arrival of less than half of announcement, that as a meansof

(the\gold which has been engaged affording relief, to the financial

.t abroad, the figures of the bank statement situation, the treasury would issue

4 no longer show the sensational $50,000,000 of Panama bonds and

[!- tosses 'f the previous two weeks. On 100,000,000 certificates of Indebtedness -

or so much thereof as may b.t
the contrary, they dropped back to

,changes as Insignificant in amount as necessary. The certificates will run

daring the dullest weeks of a mid- for one year and bear 3 per cent In-

.; Bummer iree from any disturbance.. t.. y terest.

The losses'shown by the average The secretary's action in coming to
r
ig : the relief of the financial situation
system of {364.100 in specie and
meets with President Roosevelt's
l1 $771.800 In legal tender notes were'I
hearty approval, and lan
of tbt/ is the
only a fraction the sum of about

!15,000,000) surrendered to the treasury outcome of the severalfWhite House
conferences which have teen
'I held
to maintain its cash balance.
within the pail, few!days. when the
Gold engagements made on Friday, "
Lfi financial situation,(as under confederation ,
which amounted. of themselves to t
.
f
f about UOOOOOOr.'brought up the y I t '
M
It total engaged thud far for America toP' Secretary Cortelyou says that the d
Panama bondsi'will afford most substantial
about J64.000.0AO, and of this
relief as the law provides I .
amount it Is estimated that $33,191-
that they ma's be used as a basis for r ,
000 has already been laid down In >
additional national bank circulation *"
New York or the other American
r pol&U for which it was destined The News Note-Secretary Taft yesterday inspected military poets astride en army mule. He also states that the proceeds frofgf?'

[[ fj premium on ,currency has practically Berryman in Washington Star the sale of certificates can be mad 6 .l
directly available atrpoints where .l.j
the
t .j ,
Jt.th effect ova premium on gold, and
AM STILL need Is most urgent, and especially {
ANOTHER.:
t
i promotes
gold imports under condi- Timely City Ordinance. j for the
UliI.IIOL'lLEHlUTES.. movement of the
4-tloni: of fo/eign exchange where crops, f

\would not?occur if currency and bank they Duncan l'. Fletcher of Jacksonville, It having come to pass that some which, he says "1t properly accelerated r

{ Announces for the United persons failing to understand that G iovenior HaskcU's AddressVas Hot will give the greatest relief, and
rtredltl were at In this
necessities par. respect, States Senate.TimesUnion. the Clearing House Certificates are Roast for Offending Corpora result In the most immediate finanial -
of the situation
have '
1 1 really and truly good fr their face tions. : return, "
tUd, the. premium effective in promoting ( 17th.)

the Importation of gold but A Times-Union value, and being desirous of having Guthrie, Okla., Xov. 16.The admission -
It reporter having: : .
I currency' instead, and there being a'i of Oklahoma \ DOUBLE WEUHlXG.CI .
; pfmlum declined dqring the heard some rumor to the effect that' i few people who I to statehood to- _
were taking advant-
tee i.and It Is believed b>' leading Mr Duncan U. Fletcher had announced : age of such persons by discounting day was marked by jubilation ,udf' Brooks \els Mis Mamie )Ic.11110. a ,t '
.span era that it I throughout the two territories by the
will disappear within to for the United
run States ,\
the certificates and Howard
thereby Mays and
;
: 'th' Installation
speculating of Gov.
ext week Charles N. lla 3.
or ten days if,. nothing senate called on him last night to ascertain on those who have not the Miss \\ l1it" May Thurmond
knowledge kell and by
:. uat 1 a parade and barbecue in
; occurs. Reports frop inter- if such was a fact. Mr, ;ito protect"themselves" against such G(uthrie \\'ere the Second Couple.

point indicate that the scanty of Fletcher<< stated to the that practice '
reporter f the City Council wisely met Gov Haskell's eyesterday- afternoon
address at the
veb Baptist -
was ,
is
icy being overcome, and that he had not 1Y1sable up to :\
today and passed an ordinance that ment He denounced church, there r ,
male
come eases there is "the combinations was a very quiet
/o
less of this time
use tiny jublic an- kill
N fearing house protect them from being imposed that have fattened by unrestricted wedding ceremony which joined the t.
certificates. but )4t" feels
nouncemenj, the time
upon in this manner, by attaching robbetv of our people," declared hearts and fortunes of two couples of

.|flXTR.l has come *o say 6iat after careful a severe penalty to the individual In favor ot prison sentences for of- Live Oak's most popular young folks.
LEGISLATE K SLSSIOV. and delib (rate consideration of theatUics taking such
advantage
r and conductIng ending Ocr oratlo 1 Claude Brooks
; officers and announced formerly of this
I I t matter an from friends he | such business
ft thak the (liquor prohibition city, but now residing at Terrell, a
It Expected Dect'ml announre. his candidacy, and he said I
>er 'J, but This timely action
I j the
upon part of law would be rigfdly enforced. young man who is highly esteemed
;f Governor Is Mum; further1t a keen sense of the the City Council, no doubt, will be The In this :
: Governo'ti first official act was city and in fact one who z
) Tallahassee responsibiliry attached to the office, i
Fla. Nov !<&-it 13 : heartil endorsed
} by every merchant to: order the county attorneys at Bart- makes scores of friends wherever he
nUl reported In a genuine appreciation of the dignitj
Tallahassee and business
--- t man in the cite, ettsville to tapes ps to prevent the goes, was married to !'I1ssIamle
--- [ ,Cw, Broward will call of the position, knowing full well the
an extra as it will lurnish substantial Standard
protection Oil Company from complet- IcAlpin, as winsome a young lady as
011 of the Legislature high honor I am asking the people to
to convene against the unscrupulous speculation !ng a naturaagas plpt'o line across the Live Oak could lay claim to.
tuber 2. The is a rumor that confer: and realizing that it should in and abuse of the i
plan they border of Kansas it being the policyof Another couple, who have been the
,is be command the best ability, the highestintt'grit
confirmed "
at the ox- themselves sought and '
obtained by constant chums
Oklahoma to prevent the exportation of these are Howard
Once today. The Governor ) the most vigorous and generous response of our local banks. of gaspThere Mays and Miss.Willie May Thurmond

[t In the city, ,and his private active powers the state can furnish, It will also protect the Ignorant and being a legal question as to In this final cotisttmatitin of happiness

said that be and promising to bring to It, if
tW knew nothingvernor'a unwary among us from being made the hour when prohibition took effect the four were Still ,together and Mr.

Intentions. chosen, at least unswerving devotionto the victims of such practice. The whether at noon or midnight, Mays and Miss Thurmond were join-

.: the basis given for anOn its duties and untiring industry, ordinance appears in another column. C ov Haskell ordered that saloons be ed together In the happy bonds of

it i, untrammeled bv any entangling alliances
now too late to
+ permitted to remain open until midnight matrimony. Mr Mays is from one
pro atop for or interests but In the interest
111' additional rev- Mrs Julius Sanders, wife of Mr. of the most e.t'lmable families of this r,
a aincrease of of the whole people. I intend task o
. the tax rate Sanders, whp Is train dispatcher for Retiring officers of Oklahoma territory city, being s son of Mr. and Mrs S.

. It halbeen' any fear on this the Democratic electors of the the Live Oak Pt'rry &. Gulf, came in took no part In todaj's ce toP.. Mays lie is at present an em
may be let state of Florida for the nomination of
1. S or the at ease. The Uxiater yesterday from South Carolina. They mon). ploye in the sheriff's office Miss
United States senator at the
approaching
number of them will make Live Oak their futurehome Thurmond is the second daughter of
Me"
.u1, Ie In to the controller,, primaries. I shall tender: QUAChKXIJOS CALLED IKMVV. Mr and Mrs J. B. Thurmon of this

1 \ 'To now lag compiled in that my resignation as chairman of the city and Is a young lady of many personal -

Un eive. the report of the state Democratic executive committee In our list'of those who) attendedthe Female Peonage tips Must Report to charms, and a quiet nnaesuna-
r Commission as soon as the next meeting Is called
and ing disposition has
7 pros brought her
Ava-shington
to IV Investigated. away
toe
cane
te a Prison commission ," grinding at Jinpr Brown's admirers
r
lie the state published gaturdaj, we had MissWertz's Washington Xov 16,-Mrs. Mary

a better life Insurance The New m-jnit. came, Miss Works. 'We are Grace Quackenbos, of New York, The ceremony was witMWni by
revenue measuresM i mistake whose only a few of the clows frfa.fe of
the
sorry occurred and we recent success in ferreting oat
the lion. N, It. Butch, former StateSenator
foremost reasons I the contracting parties at th rites
1 t i cheerfnllj make'correction todije peonage \practices rn Louisiana
andnow
session and convict inspector
were performed by Kev. J. O. Hotels
brought
ban
& the Railroad Commission I appointment as
certain feeling that the a member of I sistant apof- Lake City.
itvc I be called was here yesterday and was \\ learn that Mrs Geo Walters, tot attorney general
: and the (certain I \ These present were: )lr..d Mrs.
peared todav
with It the union depot an aged lady and one of the old in response to a telegram -
the conviction that approached about new settlers Dave Henry. )lr. and Mn. C. L.

thas talked to somebody, here The coaimi-s>en will not I of Suwann* Count* died at her recallmg. feor from farther investigation. lasses, R. W, Price Geo Sherwood,

JObod y appears to know, who, pass on the matter yaitil the tent h home in ellboru yeaferdav She hada Sb now faces chart and Fannie Thurmond,
of
of Deieatbef, but itt safe to say that I large circle of ac- aintafice[ and incompetency, ftjed by Levi Per '. The Democrat joie their nyfriends I
of SidePla\tation
Sunny
.. 1lditon, Ut'lIt.\t'tI. the entire railroad commission realize I friends among \, }tom she will boo In Louisiana in wishing them boa voyage+
whose partner\O
E
: NOT, lSt-Chalrman the pressing need of this city for I sadly missed: Chitt ft- and may prosperity ever ""d
MeE den la Tier '
Of now ua bond on the chargeof
the state i anew union passenger station them
railroad' corn keeping alien subject in servitude -
1.1etteNd IL The location of the station is a Don't discount your certificates.
Harman Percjrf Adams claims that Read the ordinance
\.w the Sou matter that should receive the attention They are worth their full face value ha today'sDemocrat
>estern Trade Sunny Side Plantation was founded about the
peaaAy
.. 11011, of our citizens for this will be and the manwljo gets them from attacked 1
I arcs the com- as a model colony and charges that for discounting clearing house certificates
't6'U a matter that will have to be acted you for less than that is making a -
..e or\ty to pre"ent the woman lawyer created disaatisfaction Each dQllar.,'of thee certificates -
aad upon by the commission unless the profit onj yau'.ehtch you might as
Joa1s from enterto among the fifteen hundred has one do>.,,kr and fifty cents if
railroad companies who are interested well keen in jour own pocket, H e
exchange trans- v Italians and Spaniards and made confidential first-class securijq( behtnqMt to make f
will voluntarily build it at a place knows >
thal
'rtlSln4 provided It they perfectly good and unjust "
sire reports to the; it good ,and the man who'Mrts, with

;S cqy'' dollar-for-dollar and in Such a manner as will be satisfactory and you ought to know the same Italian government and the Department one of them at a discount IS'1!mplythr01l'lng' .1r

with the public here. thing. of Justice
SI that much money away:,
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XGUOYS THE 1TAALTV NOTICE OF .APPLICATION HUt t+ II' .+.IIIIIII s+,te1? 'mw4 '

{ p ('\UTKU.: : :t :t Phone 158 .Clark: & CO., Phone
Notice Is hereby given that the 158j
For Criminal\ ui' In AlabamaConfess" undersigned incorporators will after Useful Gifts

Its Guilt. four weeks publication of this notice, 1 j BROKERSCotton

Greensboro Al/ 15.-Do33 apply to Honorable N. B. Broward, ,
Nov.
Governor of the state of "Florida for Stocks Bonds Grain and Provisions -
Taylor, a n rowas hanged here to- the issue of Letters Patent incorporating for the bride, sweet- j! *' .'.
day for a criVipal assault committed ( them as a body corporate under heart or relative. Youwillfindinthehouseof ; (| DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL LEADING EXCHANGES.

1 in SeptemberV Taylor confessed a the corporate name of Brown-Thoma- + I OFFICES: Euoala Ala., Jacksonville, Tallahassee: St. Augustine Lake

i half hour bef
been raid to speak be- ing proposed charter hereto attachedto .* Suwannee Drug Co Building Live Oak Florida.
s that he had this notice: I J, D. RADFORD, jt
d fore, fearing mob T1o ence C. S. BROWN 01: >>i .

F. E. THOMASOX, an array of gift-giv _.

English Cotton Spinners Pleased.Washington V.W.GKAXBURG.V. II. JONES, $ ing goods, not only- N N.
f of
Nov. 14.-President \ L. ULMER ::1: beautiful but useful. 'NEW MARKET AND
1':> of Charter. I GROCERY
Roosevelt today gave publicity to a P) : No matter which 3
from'C.. YV. Article 1. The name of this corporation --I.
letter he has received ,
shall be Brown-Thomason ; I turn something II
way you
i '
Macara president of the International Drug Company, with its place of business i confronts : H. B. CREECH Prop.
Federation of Master Cotton Spinners in the city of Live Oak. Florida, + you ,
and Manufacturers Association, together with such other branch offices : !i: that will be just right ::1' [At Hingson's Old Stand]
in said State United States
or
1b dated Mtnchester, England in, most November as may be determined upon by the :i: DIAMOND LOCKETS :i: I Fresh meats, both Western and Florida.

l \ \. optimistic 6.,'terms The letter of the speaks future of the tion.Article Board* of Directors of said corpora- *| BRACELETS 'gyp: :t i I Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables-

,A Oottonilndustry In the United States 2. The general nature of ,::11: ,1 S1-1 CIALTI'.
and of the benefits derived from the the business or businesses to be tran- jl AND BROACHES, j
1 sacted by said corporation shall be a Terms Cash.
:
Atlanta convention and the Southern general retail drug business, includ- + all of the latest design. i
t ) tour of the members of the fed- ing the buying and selling for profitof ; I i ':;;;:: ::1: L,: I 'I 1 '] 1"11:1': II : !1ft

Ieration.t all drugs, chemicals toilet articles, ; Watch repairing done by ;i ian --'- -r-

,. and each and every other good JUST ARRIVED:
t wares and merchandise usually car- ;1; Expert Workman. : : ;:
OItlIN.t%CL XO. fiS.An
ried in a business of like character;
Ordinance Requiring the Payment to maintain and operate for profit a
J RADFORD |I 2 Cars Flour
of a License Taby Any .Person wholesale manufacture drug of business drugs and includingthe chemi- | ,
Persons, Firm or Corporation l>
cals, and all other articles incident
to
Purchases or Contracts fur the said business; to maintain and oper- I LIVE OAK, FLA. :i 1 Car Meal and Grits,

Purchase of Clearing House Certificates ate for profit a retail and wholesale t

in the City of Lite Oak, mercantile establishment, engaging ++H iM"H"M-H-f I"H-i >+"++* 1 Car Carckers
r Florida at I/ess than the Face therein in the buying, manufacturing I' and Candy.
and sale of all classes of commodities'
Value Thereof and Imposing a incident to said business; to buy !Ii I .

Penalty for the Violation Hereof.Be i own, rent or otherwise use and dispose -; Beautiful LineNew Let us have your orders for Apples
it ordained by the Major and of real estate, houses and lots

City Council of the City of Live Oak, and timber lands: to enjoy all the Bananas Oranges Grapes Nuts
benefits, privileges, rights and franchises hand-painted China suitablefor ,
Florida: guaranteed by the laws of the wedding and Christmas presents and Candies.
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for State of "Florida in the conduct of
.
any person, persons, firm or corporation the aforesaid business. i iI i
l contract to | Article 3. The amount of the Skirts, chilnden's ooats, hats, Remember the Tampa Club Cigars
to purchase or pur- '
capital stock of said corporation shall dress goods and laces a specialty.Standard .
r chase within the city of Live Oak be Ten Thousand Dollars$10OQ\H., patterns fashion They are the best.
Florida, any of the Clearing House consisting of one hundred shares.'
sheets given away each month.
f Certificates issued by the trustees of :I which said shares shall be of par ,, Ladies' and children's under- Pay us in Clearing House Certificates

: the Clearing House Association composed I 1 value of one hundred dollars ( $100 wear. New line corsets. ti
r of banks doing business in the i i per share, and said capital stock rosy i

1 city of Live Oak, Florida, at and fort be paid for in cash, merchandise MRS. C. W. BACME:, Prop. i live[ Oak SCommissioiift
I.1 labor and services, all of which shall' Brokerage
t a less sum than the face value of ,i be approved iu value by the Board of. :
such certificates, unless such person i I Directors; said capital stock may be!), corporation can at all time subject
'increased in the discretion of said itself shall bo twice the amount of its l L.
persons, firm or corporation shall ; I FREIGHT DEPOT
capital stock at said time actually :Lt
corporation in the sum of Twenty- :
have first paid to the Tax Collector I the Thousand Dollars ( $25,000, ten'!' paid in to said corporation. Visiting Merchants invited t3 midge c..r lb roJ 1 J
of the City of Live Oak, a license tax j per cent of which said capital stock'' Article ;. The names and residences quarters- white in the city. __
of Kxe,Hundred Dollars. and pro shall be paid in to said Company before of the subscribers to the stock :: -
't cured aJicense from the said city. the issuance> of Letters Patent. j of said corporation is as follows:

t i Section :. Any person, firm or .\Article. The term for which ', C. S. Brown, Live Oak, Florida,
this corporation is to exist shall be : twenty shares.
b ,
corporation, or the officers thereof i
I ninety-nine >ears. | F. E. Thomason, Live Oak. Florida
i who shall purchase Clearing House Article 5. The regular annual twenty shares.

Certifiates without first paying the meeting of the stockholders of said'i W. H. Jones Orange Bend. Florida (
k license tax and procuring a license corporation shall be held in the office; twenty shares.V. .
of the Company in Live Oak, Florida,
from the city, as provided in the preceding i Granberg, Live Oak Florida
t on Tuesday after the first Monday inJanuary
:
section, shall be punished b> of each year. at which time|; twenty shares.
a fine not exceeding Five Hundred said stockholders shall elect a Board, W. L t'lmer. Live Oak Florida, j LL PURPOSES

Dollars, or imprisonment for a period of Directors< and attend to such other twenty shares. '

% exceeding ninety days, or by both matters as shall properly come before !r State of Florida. sf
said stockholders in meeting as- County of tnwannee. The"CHARTER"Gasoline
such fine and imprisonment in the sembled; and the Board of Directors!j Before this
me day personalcame
discretion of the Mayor elected b> said stockholders at said': C. S. Brown F. E. Thomason. Engines ,.
i Section 3. That this Ordinance time* as soon thereafter as practical. 1 W. L. I'lmerV., H. Jones and \"
jj shall take effect immediately upon its shall elect a President. a VicePresident Granberg to me well known who ou Will furnish ]x.w<'r at a t',''1.1' )5t fu
and a Secretary- and Treasurer.) .. red.reh;
by the Council and approval oath deposes and sass that they signed e\ery purl''' .*. \<> fnjfMMT r : .1
passage the last of which two offices may be> ,, aad acknowledged the foregoing farmer can utili't'lhc 1'h-rri''r, a JoJrII
l bythe Major. held by one and the same: person, and proposed charter for the uses and ways We he t!K-iii ill 'j't.'I'-i' va-'cT.i
CHAS. H. BKOWX. at such first annual' meeting the: purposes therein set forth. i \\' arc the hrp.. ikil.rs m i Irrid..
President City Council. Board of Directors elected as afore-;i In Witness Whereof I have h. rt- II' can supph your M uit. it -"<. 'irl' *fn' you: I
\ Attest: S. P. MATS City Clerk.I said, shall adopt by-laws for the government unto set my hand and seal this November We also sell<< M.!tut 1an' I
of the affairs of said corporation -i' H, 190. Supplies; Pipes; hitting. et. I
i S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the and until and before said JftV.. HELVENSTON Write for beautiful, iilu>tri'JNo. I catelob

City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby first annual meeting, the business or Notary Pub'!, .
certify that the foregoing Ordinance businesses of said corporation shall

h No. 63 was regularly passed by tbe be conducted b> a President, a Vice- OkIsh..as Statehood :_ GAS ENGINE
0 President and a Secretary' and treasurer a4FLORIDA
.. the IStn day of November Washington, Xov. 14.
It ,
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Council
c + City on and until said meeting. C. S. wa3" announced AND SUPPLY CO.
,
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A. D. 1 07. and the same is Brown. Live Oak J.o ia.. shall be President at he White House to.ii, t
i hereby certified to tne Mayor for ate : F. E. Thomason. of Lire Oak. 1 'that President Roose"elt111 MK::1 i ;J T.U'H V'ilA
i approval. Fla.. shall be Vice-President, and W.I''I the prot lama'iun. admitting Oklahoma -
L. Timer. Live Oak. Fla.. shall be .
WitncK my hand and the seal of and I mi:an Territory to statehood -
Secrettn and Treasurer: and ail of i --
said City this 13th day of November, the undersigned incorporators. to--i at 18 '" k Saturday morn- "\Th COMMITTKK: .\(..tnsTit hibition tJl; ",,r -,d 1 b, the

A. D. 1907. wit: C. S. Brown, F. E. Thomason. ing next. ': wing of the proclamation 1 IVolubitn TIifIi.\1 with th' ant-ndn.' ";.., that all ;
S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. W. L. rimer, V. Granberg and W. H. j t I wi the new state 11).Uaha- Dcteto!llf'be
Jones shall compose the Board In-I Ina IIouW.Montgomen ties voting "dry" r
Examined and approved by me, this Directors. ofl', to existence which will '. Nov 15.-The senate "dr>" afotinjr r JJ.1IJ.r1 1; '
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November ISth, .\. D. 1907. \r'Kl.> fi Thliirh:! ..-' amount of r 9 ocloiA 'ntral* tints Saturday commute- On t"Ilq'f'ranr'l ...'f'. the af' ..
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: '-. ....... 11111'I'IIIIII.+II! 1"**< :!! !!!!!! !!!!! . . i. .111. I. .11; I; i; M' I i 11 1 I 111, ;111; ; ;U; ;I ;i ;I ;M; *; ;KM1 ; :-. ,I"t+ tP OHUIXAXCE xo. e/ / fectious diseases In the City of Live
.... till 11111 11111 III 1111111111111111111 .. + An Ordinance 'Requiring Railroad Oak, and providing penalties.BE .
: Companies Owning or Using Tracks : IT ORDAINED by the Mayor
t Across Ohio Avenue in the City of and City Council of the City of Live

." at il* Live Oak, Florida, to Provide a Oak, Florida:
.p ft Flagman for said Crossing, and Sectionl.-Whenever any case of
tt + Ire>cribing his Duties, and Imposing yellow fever, small pox, cholera, dlp-
t Penalties.Be theria scarlet fever or scarlltina
I
. .. LIVE I + it Ordained by the Mayor and I shall develop or exist In the city of
OAK City Council of the City of Live Oak Live Oak the patient and all members -
,.t I Florida: of the household exposed to the
ito Section 1. That the railroad and same, shall be immediately placed
"
: railway companies owning or using under quarantine by the Sanitary In-
f.r t i a line or lines of main or side tracks spector under the direction of the
:+ across Ohio Avenue in the city of Major and Sanitary Committee of
/ .1 Live Oak, Florida and operating said city, and the house where such
rtt I I: trains thereover, be and they are patient shall be, must be quarantinedas
PUBLISHINGCOMPANY ': hereby required to furnish and keep effectually as practicable, and dan-
: J stationed at the Ohio Avenue street ger signals in the form of red flags
::1 i I crossing of such tracks in said City, shall be placed around such infected
a flagman or watchman from the house, houses or quarters, and all
fEr hour of six o'clock In the morning the inmates thereof, exposed to Infection
t
:
:+ until the hour of eight o'clock in the be and they are hereby required .-
: evening of each and every day. to remain in, such Infected
I Section %. That it shall be the house, houses or quarters or within _
1 1t : duty of said flagman or watchman to such infected district as may be under -
:,I remain at said Ohio Avenue street quarantine until such time as
crossing at all times between the they shall be able {o produce a certificate -
: I hours mentioned in Section One of from some practicing physician -
: I this Ordinance, and to keep look-out that all danger of Infection 1>
i if ::i for all approaching engines trains past and that the infected house,
i t!: and cars across said crossing and to : houses or quarters, and their contents
1t. i:1 watch for all persons crossing the have been thoroughly disinfected -
: railroad tracks at such crossing and or until such time as the State
a : to give timely warning or signal to i Board of Health shall have taken
:1 such of the charge of and raised such quarantine
-!!!!! "' I persons approach of all i ;
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nlIniJInII: ;:: :
; :: :: :: ::1 III I I Ii l illl I II :::::1:1: hi!: : h: :I ::;:;::::: I provided that this prohibition
ft trains I engines and cars. That any may
II: i violation on the part of such watchman I not apply to any individual adult
Book News and CommercialPRINTERS :: :t I or flagman of any of the duties i member of the family who produces
: + i I Imposed by this section shall subject a certificate from some practicing
'i: : | him to a fine of not exceeding One physician that such member has not
::t Hundred Dollars or imprisonment been exposed to infection and that '
+I I not exceeding ninety days, or by both there is no danger of such member
: :! i I' such fine and imprisonment, at the communicating said disease.
I : discretion of the Major. Sec. %.-That any persons violatingany
I 1 Section 3. That this Ordinance of the above provisions of the
shall become effective on and after preceding section shall be fined not ,
1 the 15th day of December, A. D. exceeding five hundred ($500.00)
1907 dollars or imprisoned not longer thane
Passed by the City Council of Liv ninety days or by both such fine and i
I Oak, Florida this 11th day of November imprisonment, at the discretion of the
1907. :Mayor and in addition, such person t
CHAS. H. BROW shall be isolated under guard until t
"NTO job is too large and
too small
none for t I President City Council. such time as a practicing physicianmay
Attest: S. P. MAYS, certify that danger from infection -
us to handle, and everything in the I I City Clerk. is past.

I. S P. Mays, City Clerk of the Sec. 3.-That any physician who
Printing Line comes easily within our limit. II City of Live Oak Florida do herebycertify shall willfully make any false certificate
II that the foregoing Ordinance under the provisions of this ordinance
; No 61 was regularly passed by the upon conviction by the Mayor
City Council shall be punished by a fine, not exceeding -
t on the llth day of Nov
fUR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papers : J: I ember. A. D. 1907 and the same is five hundred dollars or imprisoned
hereby certified to the Major for his not longer than ninety days,
: is one of the largest carried in Florida I I t I I approval. I or both such fine and imprisonment.
,
+ \\itness my hand and the seal o fat the discretion of the Major
: and with well equipped modern Printing ; : said City, this 11th day of November! Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall I
1907 S. P. MAYS.City take effect Immediately upon its pas
Plant and artistic I Clerk. sage by the Council and approval by
new type printers
we fl t Examined and approved by me thistne the Major.Attest a

; can furnish with : isth day of November A. D. : ;
you Stationery as cheap as Ii 1907 J. B. JOHNSON.Major.. S. P. MAYS, C. 11. BROWN, '

t City Clerk. Pres Council.
, and prompt as any establishment in the 1/ I* I, S. P. :Mays City Clerk of the '
a OKDIXA.NCE .No. (;6. City of Live Oak Florida, de hereby
South. A trial will convince. Samples and J: 1 An ordinance imposing a penalty certify that the foregoing Ordinance

I on physicians for failing to report to No 67, was regularly passed by the
3.1 Estimates Furnished on Application. !;J J I the Major of the City of Live Oak City Council on the 6th day of November -
S i certain infectious or contagious diseases A. D. 1907, and the same is
i coming within his practice hereby certified to the >fc pr, for his
within said City. approval. ,
oat BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor Witness my hand and the seal of
,, I and City Council of the City of Live said City this 6th day of November, t
II Oak Florida: 1907.

erf- : "' '''' '' [", ,, [ .,; ;'.; ;'" "."""""'" ,.".,"..". "...","' ''',""" "'""".. ,,'", .. Section 1.-Whoever. being a licensed S. P. MAYS City Clerk.
or practicing physician within Examined and approved by me this
i the City of Live Oak, Florida, fails November 7th, A. p. 1907.
We Make ,a Specialty of Mail to report immediately to theIayor J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor r
t of said City every case of yellow fever
small pox, cholera, dlptheria Notice.
t :- Order Business :- scarlet fever, and scarlitlna that To the several tax payers of Suwan-
comes within his practice, within said nee County, Florida:
city, shall be punished by a fine of In accordance to Section 41, of
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: I I L I I I !iiilI not exceeding Five
Hundred (J500) Chapter 5596 of the Laws of Florida
Dollars or by Imprisonment not exceeding I I hereby give notice that the
ninety (90) days, or both i Tax Books are now open for collece '
fJ such fine and imprisonment, at t tion of taxes for the year A. D. 1907.
discretion of the Mayor. The law provides that any tax payer
I Sec. 2.-That this ordinance shall who shal pay taxes during the "
1 I i j, become effective immediately upon its I month of November shall be aliow-

LIVE OAK ::t I passage by the Council and approved I ed by the Tax Collector, a discount
' t I I* by the Mayor. I. of two per rectum therefrom, aad if
' 1 :* Attest: tax shall during the
'tII t any payer pay ;
Ultet.
, I I S, P. MAYS, C. H. BROWI I month of December shall be allowed
,nd II +.::*I: City Clerk. 1'tes. Cornell I: a discount therefrom of one per
ti i PUBLISHING + i I. S, P. Mays, City Clerk of the City; centum thereof.
sit
I ''I of Live Oak, Florida do hereby esrAny! tax paid on or upon the first
,log' +i:'i city that the foregoiag Ordinance, NoJ day of January shall for the purpose
!J:] | t>*>, was regularly passed by the City. of the additions aforesaid, be re-
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Council on the 6th day of Novebet. garded i as paid on the last day of the
. COMPANY +5:+ A D U01 and the same Is herein s I month in R hkh it is paid.
:. f;:i certified to the Mayor for his AP.;i J. N. MBEKS,
'r::+ prove!. ; Tax Collector Suwaanee County, Pla.May .
;i. '- ,i Witness my hand ud the seal ofl l d-ykY .
'i:;t; said city this 6th day of Xoyember.t i,
J: ft/ ': .\. D 1907. .15 1'ra1t'r.

he pot LIVE OAK FLORIDA +i 4:+ S, P MAYS, City Clerk. I the Lord help you make
+ Examined
all cO and approved by me Bu'kleD'rnlca Salve kaowa to
, etabet 'tNtiSff .::| this November 6th, A. D. 1907. all" writes J, G Jenktus, of Chapel
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1. conl s 'tol :i. J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor. I I Hill N C. It quickly took the pain
Jot \ *'/* out of a felon for me and cured it ina
\ lay .. : ORDIV\NCBNO. 07. "

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public health and to prevent t e25c at Barclay & Grover drug
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LIVE>; OAK DAILY DEMOCRATPublished STRONG MEX TO TUB FRONT.front Broke' (Ocala Up Their Star.Game.) \ ; :
The strong men go to the inemergencies = l ,
Last evening }lr. Morris, a phosphate i&
and do things; the weaker -

M' Except every Sunday.Atternooa brethren who have, and least especially at stake the, merely brethren three strange man at negroes Juliette, ,who learned were seen that f I h <
t kick and criticize. They can alwaysdo hanging around, were planning to i... '. .t tJ'1.-. tJ

; CIIAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and M.I' it better than the other fellows rob .him of the pay roll. He secureda Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for _?J.!

i but they never do. This Is true In.. pump hotgUn with small shot in 1 the ardor with which we are pushing
I the shells and got among them, t
When the
Lire Oak, both war and peace.
Entered Florida.at, as the Second rosioffice.Class Mail platter great brain of Robert E. Lee wa: emptying five loads into the bunch. ae ''
He is ,satisfied that two of the men The First National Bank.
: November 7. 1905. planning campaigns and executing
that would are so filled with small shot that they
them under disadvantages .I'I'i
ordinary will have .to seek a doctor, .and i

THE WE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY have man utterly there were crushed critics an at every wishes the'physicians cf the county Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks,

cross-roads in the South who could td report any such operations to the f They are frequently inspected of the Con

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be make marks in the sand with a sticli+ officers of the law. troller of Currency, and are cared on to make

States mailed, pastage to any part prepaid of ,the fer United$5.00 and show you how they* could have FILLED MANY Tun:..... I sworn statements to him five times each year, hence 'I
months done it better and won n every instance under the direct supervision of the Nation-
per year; $.50 for six ; T they are }

?( for$1.25 fire for' weeks three,months in advance., or 50 cents Delivered now when where the Lee biggest had financial fat ed. And brain sc ltn11't.r. !
', to any part of the city by in America hud saved the land froma 't'etet
carrier, for 10 cents per week. great disaster py the quick application Druggists i Are KeptHu Best Methods 'I
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of marvelous exp t' knowledge "y.i
i
i That the" readers of this paper ap- for Up-to-date Service, ,* TJL
Judge L. J. Reeves! is,>'*.y being (which looks as easy as falling ort *
favorably mentioned asAvpst Flor a log when somebody else has preciate advice when given- in good Liberal Treatment. 4I

ida's candidate for Governor. thought it'put forius/the
full of small wls acres kicking violently fact that one well-known local
Lamar tells \he Pen- against the rmedal measures macy supplied the ingredients Phar-I Always use the National Banks. They have pros- l''

sacola Congressman Journal that in I rhi t \op ion' which have bewrput in* force sow- "vegetable pr rlptlon" many i I f pered in greater numbers than all other banking UH i
/ / istrust and within the past two weeks. The announcement t *
Bryan and Rooseveltil\\ W >tho ing doubt susplcl us i stitutions. .

nomines_ of the two big p rt} '- .heat discontent where/er tney can get an of this simple. harmless I f Watch us grow, our profits are now as- lame as;Jl
i mixture has certainly accomplihsedmuch
w/ audience and y/t unable to
entirely
year. Right aa to Bryany jag as our capital was at our
in reducing the great many I
to Roosevelt. / I devise a schemethf would better do I lieginning.:1
the work. We must bear with suchas cases of kidney complaint and rheu-

sad\sad stories some ot these, for the: have been with us matism here, relieving pain and mis- .j FIRST NATIONAL
Those are
the editors are t Ming abou/ each from the start, and probably always ery, especially among the older popu- 7 Urtllllj j jI

of their personal relations tot will be, to perform the negative and lation, who are always suffering moreor
f reactionary functions in the general less with bladder and urinary trou- ,
oast side ot\ the coming-out Live Oak Florida. '
bles, backache and particularly rheu- ,
banquet at Ocala. \Ve .Are shocked plan of things; but all the same let
; expression us be thankful to the Lord for the matism. .
beyoncr
and grieved than eve / onflrmed in few strong, clear-headed men who Another well-known druggist asksus --* --i-$-)--S $ -S $-i-S. $ $-fr- |-|-|
and more
thar Marion county are sure to find the leadership in to continue the announcement of ,"J, ,:
conviction
our emergencies and save the day in spiteof the prescription. It is doing so much I
should go "dry ere it Is u

f the critics who could do it so much real good here be continues, that it VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT r;'
had chance. would be a crime not to do so. It
better if they only a
The Miami Metropolis vet kindly can not be repeated too often, and
"The Live jOak Democrat was I BOWLING PARKWAY
says: I further states many cases of remark-
two jeats old/l/st Thursday. The I The associate editor of the Talla- able cures wrought.The .
of the best dallies hassee Sun Mr. J. II. Reese, thinks
Democrat tip
p following Is the prescription "
DOWN UPON THE SUVWNFE RIVER'
rUb, hed i rids, and is not only that the announcement of Stocktonfor of simple ingredients, making a I
cr U (s city but is doing alorl Governor retires /Hudson Burr. Mineral r'' '
harmless inexpensive! compound, I Springs Hotel and CottqesHOT .
of 0 in building it up. Long He says: \ which any person can prepare by

I {iy rend great may be its im- "Burr, the railroad commissioner shaking well in a bottle: Fluid Ex AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. RUNIWC'j
pro nr Its editors and makers Is the only V>the/ candidate besides tract Dandelion one-half ounce; Com: WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH ANDPHONE
are deserving of the greatest of suc- Stockton. on he 'popular side of CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS BOATS.ITC ,
pound Kargon. one ounce; Compound
cess and support in their efforts." matters, and I /* said that Burr will RATES REASONABLE *? MILES FROM LIVE OAK. ONUIVEOAKPtm :
Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Any iGULF. CONNECTION AT LIVE OAK WITH au TUMI
withdraw sin[ \ Stockton has an .
first-class drug store will sell this ,
The Gainesville Sun gives the following nounced. Th'e wHsdom of this courseis small amount of each ingredient, and I I PflRK\ HOTEL. DOWSING PflRK. FLORID/I/
J ADDRESS
vigorous bit of advice to John readily discernible, since it would I t
the dose for adults is one teaspoonful -
be the worst of fold for two or more
for ,
Stockton, candidate Go"qnor.which : to be take nafterV each meal and t.
is extremely hnport'tnt Irtrue, candidates to split the popular vote HUHltlt
again at bedtime. There is enough .I.IIIIIIIIIIIIII++tt t }1H Mli-H ttt#++ :+
assumes fat in the first primary and throw the
itisn't
and we don't sa/
here to last for one' week if taken :
'// nomination to the opposition."
true: according to directions. Good results : 190 1907f
"If John 'Stockton will /n y 'muz- Wonder what he means by'the I will be apparent from the first .t THE
tis\friends' aId give a popular side of matters"? I .
gle' somtis: : few doses.
fewVpClyejE "pieaty of rppe' he'll be But unless you go to the trouble to :f Crescent Pharmacy,

+ nomWPP&| >r Governo/ by" the larg- Governor Broward has issued nn uk the druggist for the Dandelion :+

est nSfiirtft, ever accorded a candi eloquent and tasteful Thanksgiving and Sarsaparilla separately, and then I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.

date iumiis State." proclamation declaring Thursday, buy one ounce Kargon Compound, I : ...
November 28th {o b\ ThanksgivingDay in an original (unopened) package. '
The Inverness Chronicle in its last and urging \he people of Flor- i 1 plainly printed. Guaranteed No. 103 \ I The Prescription Drug Store.

issue has a ml hty fine and warmly : ida to appropriatelypbserve it. !; under National Dru$ Law and mix[

appreciated c mpllment for the I There is no note of glo onkpr .pessimism the Kargon with th8 other Ingredi- i i

Democrat sugg sled by the recentsccoild in the Go\'ernor'-s viewof the ents at >oar home you had better not .. +

anniversary of this palter, and situation; bA thinks we hIve many use this effective prescription at all. -- ,
the Js J bed' old party to whom things to be thankful for .and noth- It may be worse than useless per- i

.t r Major Hutler stets in terms of such ing to seriously discourage us. Re- hap even harmful and >our money :I: It uia6t'+nndiL It makes W-

t, high praW ceased to be crabbed for duce things to \heir UstJknalysis, or wasted. Under no ircumstances ac- + ft'rt'nt'e \\lur-.f ; ft'l't'nretb e I
which the thereabout, and will Iud that theGovernor blank}our f::: the time and mole a smile we | cept tire prescription all ready prepared }
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Major woo\d have been delighted to is right. \\ ? are always nor accept any excuse for :<* dour ,, tor wriiw row
!3' E observe, wiW, he read the kindly kicking and grumblin/ but we have faring it to you that way. or-I, prc 'riI tin i UII 1-- l>rr:*'ri|>tioo oft

n: paragraph. jVhere is no more competent the supreme and priceless gift of separately the Kargon Compound. \\erantilltliuiifr f-. ttrcan8lltheltcorrt i't

: critiq M newsi.aper work in life as free people in a free land and No. 10S Guarantee, as explained t 'c:t 1.'. I t" rre,f It..

t the State lHan\ Major Butter aud tnat alone beats not having been above and mix these three ingredi-i ... -
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when he sa}'s it' good, it is the judgment born at all so badly that it should sots at home \ourself or don't use i ., RES

of an exper and we are compelled I give us abundant cause for gratitude I at all. ; = ] :

to take his word for it. R. -

"' Thanks, Major; among all the bou- !t filled-
quets yours is perhaps$ the moat fragrant ++++++++++++++++++.llllt.llllllllll.t..II.t..t.. .:. Where ,You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly at

and fetching. Some of thda"s t I : Reasonable Prices. ,

t' we'll get off at Inverness and Clearing HouseCERTIFICATES i + let us fill your iincniti..,awl ....I!' v.>ur Jr,,K -'"r.' :I-'M !'' '' W, ,.r-r t
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+ IlM'ofrreobandrdtal..I.IZ."t<, Bnn ,' ', ', tS .em
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square up with you.e rectiy at lowest pnci1'hint.. u_your 'J"J.r, I'rmmt .11'l' ro' ,.. ,

:I E: PItONE ho, Z20The
"This from the Lice Oak Democrat i GOOD j jI

: "Think pf the shame. th? i Crescent Pharmacy,

demoralization the brutal brazen i

corruption implied, in the statement + LIVE OAK, FLO ID-\.
that the 'wet' managers hate paid I + --- -
hull taxes to the col- 4* P. S.Use tetthcr's 66" for Chills and re.f'I'. No Cure, No Par.'r .
nine hundred' We wish to announce to our friends, cust
lector!V-The Democrat has no word i.
of condemnation for the eleven } tomers and to the public in general, that we i 11I1 I'n"i'b'hid'+"i'i'I'+'d'.Ii' "I"1"1'+"I'"I" '1"L'lr'1"L++"I"1"1"i'-III+-* I

f hundred poll taxes said to have been -
be i't ------- -
tviIl glad to accept --
paid by thXdrjs, in the same identi-

cal JCews-Kecord.X election Key West."-:Miami LIVE OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATIONCERTIFICATES l'i PART. TICKETS I 1 !

And jet the 'ry article from which t
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our Miami contemporary: quotes in the un- ,.l..p,- Lhe Odk to Do+ling Park on vale dail> ... 1
denounced
the practice
above, j
measured term hen used in the at their full face value on purchases of any i A. at rate of 50 tents round trip vvrth .&

of either a \s" or "dr>s," \Ve + Minimum ot len fares. CaM on
cause and in settlement of
goods at our store. any "
hold it to be ju>ts wrong just as I ;. 111111111J. \ t .et Agent Phone 15Z fw ,

injurious to good ntpraU and good t account. In fact, we are anxious to receive 1"I"I"t"1..t..I.1 HoIIIIUI?1I1 M?. further inforniattoo. rl fi
government to buy \otes tor prohibitionists Iii
\heni for an'i- then -
buy --
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+ prohibitionists. a.id pajitg poll taxt's'j: H'Vi-V'H. .y ; H' !
r Zrr'ysyi S'1'J'S''rJ''J9' !' ; 9! .' J!' !
hat\ been doiu I j t !'r
it was alleged to
as
in Key West, is f nothing Yaore than u ann e Hardware Company i 4 vvtzHealth SELL 1\UTttt\t EXCl PT :

buying votes. .\ purchased ballot is and Accident Insurant i

at thesvery t fount in head Ann tl. ;,<\\ b.
corruption LIVE OAK FLORIDA. S.ro.-AnnuaJ Q rUrh .r V- Pr ar
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in our system of self-governmant, aai: Pins & kEWEN, General! Agent. LIVEOAK, :

it is as reprehensible in local eption .1 P. S..I a.few more go,d A,'t n' fir \ .'t." r'. -* ,
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During the last fifteen years has paid to posy holders nearly 700000.00, and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. |

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

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News Locals And Personals I
Jones, at, ) L. Burnett &, Co.
wann&e County Gathered spent Sunday Vuh his wife and babyin II' SANITOLADVERTISING I
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t: I Mayo, returning this morning.When .
the Reporter.
by THEY COME AND THEY GO. AND OffER IN THEN |
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rt I you have electrical troubles, LIDIeS'ila JOURNAL D
J call J. C. Lyle. All calls answered
N \VtYhAN's llalE Co.\\ ruos 1 H
'- -- promptly. Phone 83 J. C. Lyle. 18-Ct
Tom weeks At to Madison )'esr' Mrs. Will Cl lf, of Dowling Park, I g SATURDAY EN-CNING POST

terdaT. I is in tha city to/a vv shoppIng. : Jor Sale P L TucVr }?ft yesterday morning I ctx t ieir D1a.1NeroIi;: GII
I for a few,*:s' vacation with rel-
I .- Eo. p. Mills V/end yesterday iur D. \\ DrOWtlX"Of Lake CIty, is In'I ptites and JrvfuVs at Lake City and II 19 SANITOL PRODUCTS $1.00 I
Itsonvlle.jlt '. town on busine a\toda>. I Grandin. \

\ I I We offer at a bargain,
Sid Al1e 'made a abort_ trip to J. B. Thomas, o J.I:Madison Is among win KennedS jreturned from a visittoFIyo I
six room cottage with Fill in one of the coupons from i
Salem ye terdayr \ the guests of the Ethel toda)'. ;j : jestemay morning and left' above Journals with our name as :
':'t __ modern conveniences, on i to Iston I'/\night for a shortI Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL |
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The Union Pressing Club, neat S. H Harrell.W Dowling Park, I! south Most I !j" LABORATORY, with One Dollar. J
'"
I I IConductor' They will send an order
Phone 222 fUr you on
'i york on short notice. spent jesterdayln\he city. |I desirable residence sectionof I us for the ten products. (Retail I +'
i. II \ ob Eaton, of the Live i p! value $2.70.) 2
L. Haddock is here, trading with MrsV.. R borufan! came up Saturday the city. If you are 'I Oak. Perry &_ oJr, went to Monticello -

our tpercbanta today. from Houstoft visit friends.R. contemplating purchasinga this raorniaxW visit his home i
r folks and spend a few days hunting
1 CL B. Brown /Alton| is here tofur A. BlackWfn spent yesterday home in Live Oak come Suwannee

[ /\ with Lee \\ illian\in Lake Cit>". up to our office and let Thos. K. Bas/ot the Industrial
show this Department of t1:/Seaboard RaIlway, f
place.EDWARDSREAUY .
us you I
Greek-American restaurant keeps LOST-PaIr of gold fraufiL ee'' who is making /j\e Oak his helhi- I Drug Company
esli.jptra select oysters everyday.r glasses, between Baptist chuf a r.nd'' quarteiAleityfnis ivcrning for Birmingham -
postomce, or between postoffice and on business. I
[r Per anything electrical, see J. CWe. resIdence. Finder please return '.o I CO. II I :..1'1' I I I I I i '1':1::: I ; ::::,.. h
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18-6t Democrat office and get ietrd I Hon Wm.\1. Olloway, State -
+ Superintepdent pf lhtbl 'Instructioa, II
a a Cook wUt to West,,Farm'thls,. Mrs .S. S. Saufjfd, of M4>,} is the was a d tmguHiVejCirf idrrto the citybterdaxX WHEN IN NEED
orulng on business. guest of her mother Mrs S.' P. \Ia's. Lewin Building Room 3. He Xwii* en 'route to i
r J Gainesville for a few dajs' visit
Phone No. 41J
It f Tallahassee, spent :\Irs.lcLochlast ot New York is }
city. visiting Miss Calf Jenkins this week.L. Deputies J. O. Blan and and C M of nice Books, Bi- :,

+ y it II Bowers fa Sanford. N. C., Fetch arrested, John/A'ouag/ and Ed bles, Stationery Pic-
J Jesse Hart, of ilmarth, Is in the ." E. Bogan, ,of Pensacola is spent )'esterdayh C. C. Cok Lewis for fcauflXl&rffjrtfuirGrahani_ tures, Musical' In-
i 'today on business : among the visitors in they for stealin\ /ride rafn, and Lee ,.
odaY'1 Mrs Powell, oy outh Carolina is Andrews for rfeear'm, Brien Saturday struments, Picture !
d J, P. Howland, Jr., of Lancaster is The new certificates have ; here on a tU yrv her sister, Mr, and brought Item to Live Oak Frames, Wall Paper -

,,II the city tpay.,- new life to business at the Suwannee -: hair. \esterdavEx School Books,**
r Hardware Co.
-J., R. Bower / ade a business trip Miss Vigeae H&yden I returned last -Sheriff J. W. II wkins. accompanied School and Office
:1 It!ElUville Itt'tight. Tom DowlingWent f to Atlanta yesterday .- night from a ,i.rC to MrsV. R. b> Mrs Ijawk/ns and their Supplies, etc. -5i
to visit hie son who is ill Dorman. 1I0u/to two daughters, ttissJs Mamie and "
Greek-Americanrestaurant keeps y s Julia i4t"t toUayiXc/TH diuanulle on / ,

'Wh, extra select oysters everyday, O \\illiams n.1 Joe Hoof returned Mrs.A.. hams returned from the coab\whj re tMy jrtll remain CALL ON "; 1 i
yesterday: froftl1 a hunting O'Brien }'QEieJlai, ... where she kai several weSks .'Srrs/ifawkins Is not : :
tr. Hardie Johns, of Houston, Isliathal1 trip. \ been vi ivlm! iSWndsCharlea m good health aart the trip is made
on business today ., chiefly for her enefit. Her many .
flir [ DO1'F8& CO.
Mrs J., JI1jrwen of Tarpon ieBibung/of. Wellborn, friends trust that she will r return ; ,
Chancey, cf Lancaster, is Springs, is a guest of the Ethel! to- spent Sundaf \/t U* ) rents. )Ir. home entirely recovered. .. .
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Ha tows trading today. day. and .Mrs .V. btfrfeSaintngMr ::
i r H. Y. ookes negr preacher, Manager
J < 1.'O. StaceyVSf City, is re-g-I' R. H Lo>ier leyfrned this morning Patterson: :a.promlnent turpentine school to hell et w 'learn, .. r' TOOK and Owner ''
"I: tared it the ZtW todajh from Lake City here be spent Sun- operato oKralniouth, is in the has been It 'ng la L aktbn NoJ-
\ I da). f city on business tdda>. em9er Sr t' rued n 'Eastnr9n,;
t fOR SALE-Young mUch cow j Geo uaJ, a'here e ch k ou DU. 11. s. nUWI-LI.,
tn: call Apply to Sallie Reese, KODOL is offered on a guarantee Chas Itildret And Mr Frederick the 1 t atfon 'ban t it}' Optician.The t
tut Lynn Park. plan for the rolief of heart burn, left this nnorniB/yfor a several days' whlcp a sn d ng. Asseo
flatulence, sour stomach, belching of hunting trip. a; a rgeF ucovered.t11 refractive defect of the eye'
'T F.!ChaWlis, of Trenton Is a gas nausea and all stomach troubles ( officer ere nod, and and and the manufacture of lenses a 1 1specialty.
"" nest of the lAel tOday. It digests what you eat. It Jim Lyle retirud from a business l Tboke3 Wafaches .l th mor ing by j
will bake you healthy Sold by Live tri > to Jal'ksollIt' and Gainesville Marshal Hi Moot. 11c w, be taien Office at Barclay &. Groover Drug
. \ i o. B. Laniey spent yesterday ia Oak Drug Co. nov-d yesterday. i back to Eastman to stand 'Store. d-w f '
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fate City. /\
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< I H. Gatlm,W Alton, 1$ here on '" ; "

eduera r today i(\ Ir' i N I II

1alo** E.Tisit HaileVlfas Atives gone. to Gaines-,I I Clearing l House Certificates Nit


e wSawannee ft g
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Hardware Company .
Trti? their trade better and the / } II

ibtes gOing like hot cakes.. 1 "GOOD AS GOLD ,

!. SUrliag. of Pine Gro -opis
y ;' city on business ,' II-AT


E''*I.the Coyle.best electric lamps mad. ;i l THE LADIES' EMPORIUM. I

I Phone 83. liMuhtor ;

I -t rt of Luraville, is in -
lot ltod ? oa '
business
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.'1 w. Dempsey- of Ellaulle. is FIVE DAYS' SPECIAL S.ALE./
j ed at
the
: : 1 Ethel todaj
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.r. .r.u tIne of ladies' Oxford and 110' per cent. discount given on all purchases of $3.00 and up. Discount I

,_ t'a Shoe just Store.received at S.12-3 J.",V on the goods and not on the money.

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s';4Lyle l ;q-. Phone electrical 83. troubles.18-6t I' No More Hard Times. Plenty of Money in Circulation. I I'I


'" '.i. jof Pensacola is reglatthe = = = worth of certificates j fl worth of merchrn- I ;
t I today RI MI MBI R $9 00 $1 "
,.!i .- I L L L or other money, buys use atr N

odt Sandlin of Jasper. NN
""t edty
?."*".GOOds-- "-, and Groceries, ::1 The Ladies' Emporiu.rp.1

1, d'.e&I1 Quantity as well as price : :
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9 '-4;. W. PRICE &. co. I :I :liJ; ; i i 1-- H..Nw..w MM+ .NMMNN: : : i

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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT MONDAY, XOVE3IBER 18, 1907. rs.a-




convince statesman.The chief the/e y&ers\of a that politician he is a is real to Live Oak, Perry &: Gulf! R. R. Co. FLORIDA RAILWAY I I


Time Table No. 20 :

Cured of ISrlgtH's Disease. The Mineral Springs Route. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. M., 19O't, "
Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N.

Y., writes: "Before I started to use -f'.1'T SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DArE*.
ROfNDMAYO EAST IIOt."NDZllt "
Foley's Kidney Cure I had to get up MAD DOWN. CENTRAL TIXK.
Clue llKST cuss lIJ.ST CLUS bl Clue I V
from twelve to twenty times a night t ("nEIH'U
No. J r0. L |
and I was all bloated up with dropsy FrtPrt ;; I EFFECEI .; -- Frt Frt ''Mi iedFtt Mail 1 Z
and ''sand' ,Pass Pass Pass Pass OfT i, 1907 Faaa Fass Passp.u.nd.nd DailyExcept I and 1 S7A1'IO:;$.
and my eyesight was so impaired I Fasai Pa,ss'_ __ : I Pass Fasa Extras t's psaa

could scarcely see one of my family 3 7 9 S 1 13.: .212 1-1 ) 4 M'P' 8AM Sunday. Daily. .

across the room. I had given up A.M A.M P.M P." P''' A.M A.M A.M 16)p 700 a ml 4 30 p m 1 Lv.._....._............_...Live Oak_..... ....... .
I ; STATIOSS P.M---- 720 a mj 4 44 p m Lv_..._.................?.....PortCT ......... .L.\r.110. 10..
of liling, when friend recom- __........................ .M. 10 31,
hope a Daily ex Sn n Sun D ex Sun 7 W7W a m; 4 Sir II m Lv. Lanier ..........-.i'.,
11
I'I'D ex Dal7 Sun Sun I Swaexy .... ..... ..... .. a,a
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Sunda, oily! only Sun only, a m| i 08 pmLv - Kirkland. .. ._. 'I
mended Cure. One 50 only .L.lttt.!
Foley's Kidney Sun onl
only '" 2U a mi 5 19 pm.Ar. __.........__Wjlmarth_._ ... ..... a
cent bottle worked wonders and before T l lave Lye Lve Lve Lve ; AI' Ar AI' 'A'i i Ar 1 Ar1 toon* a m' S 20 p m Lv.._..........................Vi tlmarth..t- -"' Y.II'00. 1i1
19 :{; --- 66 524 m Lv.__,................Suwannee River............. ..._. 66a.
I had taken the third bottle the 74' 11 10! 1 4 1 : .......Live Oak._........ ---s'3'r, :; 401! 19 10 14 a a m m 5 30 II m Lv._............... ............Norwood ......-..... .. .L", f i YN
330" 9 .I.
5051130 92' 15" 4 ........ ....Starr..,..... 9 SIll 30 51732581O113592 2S 5 40 ,Ar._........ ............ .........Miyo._. .._... f G..
dropsy had gone, as well as all other 437 ... .....Mercer.... .. ..... 94$1125 51232 i & 3 10 15 a m: S p pm.Lv.m ..........-.... .... ... ..Mayo. ...-.-... .-.. ..... .,.Lv. f saltrit{ h
symptoms of disease." City e1sit40,92a 1 J 444 ..............P1a .. ....'..... 94311 22 b 091 3 15 3 -i io 11 11 28 a m.m'' 5 4)42 pm.Lv.I _.. ...._...............-......Lao Pedre-.-.._- ,-....... ....Ar. .17 a.1..h
Bright's 3 a ..
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83&,11 00 9 -" 2 4 51. :..........Lancastel'........ 9 .' 111% S OOI, 3 Of. 11 as a mi 5 os p m i'V;, ............. ................Salt Road_.__.........._ .L ..1.;It
r Pharmacy. nov-dw I I z 10 ..... ..... I 3 10 12 00 m! 6 10 p m:Lv.m .-..._.... ............._..A.kgW..._..._. _....... ..__.L"" f 21.1.
8 43:1: : 20'', 9" Z to s a 00: Dowlilljf Park 9S 11 06 11 4 SR! 2 451 3 00 12 14 p 6 17 pmLv.................................Charlton......_...._........... ...t". f 0i..11.h
: S 1012 15i 1 9 S. 2 U 5 04 3 04Chancey. .......... 6i 4 4:)' 2 36. 2 4N 12 2Q p m CI7 II m Lv._........_..........Keene_-..... .. ...Lr. t.00..lllh.
; 9 15 10 II 4 it
fl habit that osts 65 U 2010 ()k a lA ......Mayo Junction.... 299 2 35 12 30 6 35 Lv_... ............Fenbollo.&J'_.... ..... ., t fjtL.
A issmething ,0& 2 Z'1 S. b 5 I 11 /;........... .. Pay.............. 9 9&1015 0A IG 50 11:1S 435 Z 12 50 p p m m) 6 43 p pm m Lv.n ..........-.....-_- ............DPrunark _.-.-......-........_.L". 146..'II II"
? money; which you can 9 Iii 3 52 .. ....... ...Sllo.... ........, 8 bR 10 Z 19nI 1 00 I I 6 60 p m Ar. -.Ferry._......- -.......... ....I...1 1 110 a.. .Ala::
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9 ... .Town end. .... ..
I i obtain without\cash outlay. 9 tot 829 a q 5 143 '...........8mltb. .........' 8 1032 Z 154b7 111 !
9 .....Fellholle.&J'_...... S Ii 10 U Luraville Branch ::j
IIt I 10 II 3 4 U 6 S 01 17 ..............PerTY. ...... ... 8 800 H 9 9 5F 411 1 I 311 29
Attackof Diarrhoea Cured by One 10 S5t 4 U II 36 : Hampton Spril\&I1.... '7 45 9 25 1 OQ' Iletween Lnraville and Wilmarth. .......
11 Dos e of Chamberlain's Colic, West I
AND ALTON BRANCH. Bound.t S
Cholera and Diarrhoea an a mi L._ ... Wilmarth.Lurayille...__,. .... ..
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Remedy. I IP.M.A.M; : ', P.M A'MIP'M P.M 8 50 am Ar.. ._.._.....- _._. .-. .....-... .. ...-......,.,,. .Lsj b .. att
Lye LYe Lye,. I Ar Ar Ar -
I was so weak from an attack of 12 2010 (I()' : 3 10. .... Mayo Junction..... 11 33 4 36_ 2351221O10 Alton Branch

diarrhoea that I could scarcely attendto :1----------- i1: .. De11........ ... 1i21 25 2I2 Between Mayo and Alton. .. '}
4010 1S' 3 I'l'tenoR........... 11 : 1 2
my duties when I took a dose ofChamberlain's i 5010 25 116 ....... ... 1'70.. ........ 11 1i 10 2 OilY Bound.East |I I I Ie
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I i Colic Cholera and 12 5510 VO' 34 ........... .A1ton............ I 1(1(1"4; I- 10 40 .. .... 31 _
Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me en- !A.M P.M A.M P.M PooM P.M A.M A.M A.M P'M ."I P.MD : 10 80 : :ji:=:::=:.....::.:... ::::.:::....:::::..Alton.ayo-..::::::..:::::..:::= .=::,: .=:t-r$1N

tirely and I had been taking other ex );; Sun ,Sun 'II ex Sun D ex Sun Sun Sun D ex
,Sun Only Jun On Only Only Trains achaiu1ed to connect with SeaKrd Air Line west bound and Atlantic CoaitLatMi
medicine for nine days without relief. 7 y bound at Live Oak. For information regarding rates schedules: and connectfen tpptrt,
I heartily recommend this remedy as i! 3 }.iT'1 5 13 12 td 16 7T I T. P.ALSTON.Superintendent. ;_ F. P. WOODWAKO,a F i t JLl:

being the best to my knowledge for
Trains scheduled' to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic ..,
bowel complaints.. G. Stewart, of Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connectionscall "
the firm of Stewart & Bro.j Greenville on any ticket agent.

Groover, Ala., and For all druggists.sale by Barclay w&* ,). LEIIXSWX, Present. 11. P. HOPKINS. Traffic .Manager. Can You Write a Ghost Story? .i



A friend is \Jan with courage No doubt know one have been tell-
une hoof, Sn you you *
r. enough to tell something besides s Tj/ieCompartjon ing for years. We will give a

r... \. !, what you want hint to.
> CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor

I f7 lie Fought at Gettysburg. I rj.' .. the best Ghost Story written by youngor

David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y., old, male or female. .
who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: i
"Electric Bitters have done me more ," y, mtaa The only condition is that each contestant t
; '. ... send Cents for .
Fifty a subscription
good than any medicine I ever took. ..... years
h For several years I had stomach .. to THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly _

trouble, and paid out much money publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. .'j I

for medicine to little purpose untilI The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;

began taking Electric Bitters. I : it has a will of its own, and stands on a plat I
would not take $500 for what they
form unique in policy and The
principle.
have done for me. Grand tonic foi ,
the aged and for female weaknesses. first number will appearNOVEMBER
I {
Great alterative and body builder; FIRST 1( .
r[ sure cure for lame back and weak "*
kidneys. Guaranteed by Barclay &: Write on one side of paper only; story not '

Groover druggist. 50c. nor-dw 4 to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close

FEBRUARY J5th 1908.
Some men !iojf' they can fool Particular people whose pride and name and ,
and
z i winner will be announced in the March

can their hoodwink fellow-models, he\ selves.as easily os they (I pride in product goes into their stationery have : number. Send in your subscription at once.

I preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for I THE SOUTHERN
CYCLONE
Always Was Sick. I fifteen ,
over
When a man says he always was i' years. .

EicU lasted-troubled all winter-what with a cough would thai you Not the cheapening: hurry of today but the old slow careful Drawer 30 Live Oak, Ea

r think if he should say-he never was methods that make for firmness and perminance are

sick since useing Ballard's Horo- still used in making \)fUlfe"M'::JI l Its beauJ J +JH1MIM 1111 Mil tUHHHIl

hound Syrup. Such a man exists. ';< tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness and Bracing :

Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado qualities make it
only a distinctive paper-but the de :
writes: "For years I was troubled SEABOARDAirline
luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. :
with a severe cough that would last'
t all winter. This cough left me in a Write your letters so that they will compel a read- : :

; miserable condition. I tried BalI I ing-write them on : :

i I I lard's.Ilorehound Syrup and have not I. Railway.

!, had a sick day since. That's what It I @
;; did for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug i @M @ [NJ IID@ [QI:
Savannah
; Co. nov-dw I Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,
to strengthen their appeal andto reflect the standing I : Raleigh Richmond Baltimore
Washington .
,
Letter to I>. i;. Home. of y our house oI'n/ nfBffJl fP\\N1\ costs :
Philadelphia and New York.
Live Oak, Fla. no more than JJI J )U- U\J lEJ (U\J[ ) other :

Dear Sir: If a customer wants good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve

$35.50 do you give him $75? you as wellThe TWO\ ELE flNT TRfllNS bfl1Li

Suppose you should hear of one of
COUPON BOND book showing 'I American
Writing Co.
your customers doing a thing like various weufhUfinUho colors- Paper
that and not knowing it, what would and how finely the paper prinU will be i Seaboard Mail
sent you with the nameof a local print I Largest Manufacturers of the ('em.er Express Seaboard
you say next time he wants discount? or stationer n ho can upply you-If menial I
you wilUwnte lu on your busineM let !! Paper in the! World.
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We'll venture half your men are i ----
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21 ti -
HLYKE, MASS.
doing that very thing without a sus- I
picion. Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .

Men who paint any other paint --
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than Devoe are paying $75 for $35.50or I

some other such figures. | The Jamestown Line
10 gallons Devoe is enough for 3 BOTTLED Exposition

good-size house two coats: 15 or 20
:
isn't too much of another paint NORFOLI, VA.

There's $S.75 or $17.50 for 5 or 10 : Excursion Daily
@sIl\ ? Tickets on Sale
extra gallons; besides $2 to $4 a gallon r i : -

for putting it on; that's $10 to :
For full! information agent
and any
$40. That's bow half the houscs of Sleeper rwervation >
beaboard(l, (>r write,
Brings City
stores factories warehouses shore Joys to Country Homes

barns fences are painted. $:;,0 far, S. C. EOYLSTON. JR. ",,,,to (.l'nl. I'..,... :Uu1M ,-. ">'...t. ril-

paint and labor; $_5 to $;)0 mo. c f Bottled Coca-Cola has this advantage over that H M M K-U, j .
m ., HAdversise
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not knowing what paint to put-n; drawn from a fountain--the every proportion: is

The one to put-on is the paint t".ut absolutely right. Where every ingredient is -

takes least gallons and makes least automatically measured out, there is no chance

gallons and makes least bills for for carelessness by a clerk. Delicious, it re-
paint and labor. Yours truly. freshes and invigorates and makes possible drawing on reserved AdvertiHave S1
strength without loss or injury. There are many cheap imitation (
40 F. W. DEVOE & CO Insist on Crown Label and be sure to 1
P. S. Suwannee Hardware Co. sell
LOOK B5FORB YOU DRINKlive
our paint. dw ?
1 you anything to sell? Do you want to buy

A martyr I:; t e name friends apply I Have you "lost"' or "found" anything! ?

to the JDa he rest of the world ]

calls a fool. I Oak Bottling Works Sole Agents. An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your demends.i e




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" PURELY VEGETABLE hr

COMPOUND.
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?, CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP.SIA .
QUICKLY CURES MALARIA CHILLS and
ALL| UVER COMPLAINTS.
I A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bonds pur-
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, .chutd today may UTI you a tick sptll tomorrow.


CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER t +
'I The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy
ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED ', t College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for

Mri. W. A. Whitewell. Emory. Te:., all graduates.
writes: "My child had chills and lever +
for four yetrs. We tried all kind of
SCHOLARSHIPS
medicines and finally aa acquaintance of *
mine recommended Herbine. We used
three bottle, and the child la now completely -
cured. Yon hare my permission $40 $50 $75 and $90 I
:
to publish this testimonial, aa I cheer
,
fully recommend Ilerbine to all mothers ,
having children afflicted. mine."

urGE BOTTLE. 5flc GET THE GENUINE
VTIUTK FOR FKEE CATALOGUE AX1 SPECIAL CIKCULAIJS.i .
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.

ST. LOUIS U. S. A. !
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SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY i Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street i

Suwannee Drug Company. M. G. S. STEPHENS
X LIVE OAK FLA

Ii"! : : : : and : : :e.:,: : : Principal.d : i

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ATLANTIC COAST --
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\i Shirking. A mlnlste! \ear the right to tell

Englishman (on Atlantic liner)- you what he uiLffks of you by agree

FOlEY'HOD' Weil. old chap we'll soon be angaged ing to preach our funeral sermon.
Rail Road with those blarte'
:if. inspectors. \\e have secured the agency for
American-Yoibet! And remember Orino Laxative Fruit
ism Syrup the new
Goes every where, North. South, I cr Ii ni old man. fJat\the United States laxative that makes the liver lively

i t: S' AID I H i expects everyman \> pay his duty! purifies the breath, cures headache
East and West. Through Pullman g -Puck. and regulates the digestive organs.

Cures chronic constipation. Ask

service on all trains. Th e ij1: ;! 1 Best remedy for mothers to use IsKennedy's about it. City Pharmacy. dw us

Laxative Cough Syrup It

, LAXATIVE ct::: 1 remedy, tastes nearly as good as maple sugar An honest \.piaji Is one who con-

I t it contains no opiates. Sold by Live siders the righteousness of a thing

CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER111For IH !, For coughs: c<)I M4. throat .:nil !zing. Oak Drug Co. nov-d ,before bow rfiuch it will hurt him.
troubles. XooptvX -i- "'uh.>:t.:
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Good fure'\r\'ho\\. ? J -\ : ; \\ I': :. 'II
H I The gemiiu.t I II Mean Hetort. Take some good reliable and safe

detailed informotion, schedules, rates ft ,I FOLEY'S HONEY .. rd 1.'t R i+ '3 I "The Idea!" \xclaiul'ed Mrs. Kad- digestant like KODOL for dyspepsia.
P. Yellow ley. "I wonder thot woman is KODOL is the best remedy known to-
% pack ;;ci- KLtpst'Proaarod >-.iu.u.s
and reservatione, see your nearest ticket + ? day for heart: burn, belching and all
watching me"Probably so
: orir! t'y gh
write call St *..' troubles arising from a disordered
agent, pr or on I I Foley Company: r .o.I re her husband,
I "she's trying to ut why you are digestion. It is pleasant to take and ill'I

J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, [ I .\'uunh.\1\ Fur.I staring at her."-Philadelphia Press. affords Lice Oak relief Drug .Co....mptly. Sold nov by*

Live Oak, Florida. I Mrs. WlgC has broken Dancing Protest Fatal

I I only one dish day dear Moat men 8.fepa their live trying
i 1i. better. How did Many men and women catch colds
OR Mr. Wigs- 's to make the irWrld think as reach of
at dances which terminate in
\ pneumonia -
i it bappon!
them as they themselves do.
.FRANK C. BOYLSTON. District Passenger Agent \ |! Mrs \\ i6 -t tti'-.; the last one.Pneumonia and consumption. After exposure -
if Foley's Honey and Tar is
Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. j jf i Judge. ,taken it will break up a cold and no There Is Xo Ileasonwhy t

: I serious results need be feared. Refuse your baby should be thin and
,, Follows a told
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fretful the
any but the genuine in a yellow during night. Worms are
but never follows the use of Foley'sHoney '
package. the cause of thin, sickly babies. It
"fr. i aDd Tar. It stops the cough
is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe
heals and strengthen the lungs and
Estate For Sale. I I Fate Pencpity."Did I fat and sleep well. If your baby
Real prevents pneumonia. City Pharmacy. .
I does not retain its food. don't experiment -
MV' s4e
you where a girl was
.
with colic cures and othermedicine
stricken blind \n Xew York while
but try a bottle of White's i
Plans are the>bWks that mortalsuse playing the ptanu?"
. OM hundred acres joining town on Columbu3 road. Cream Vermifuge and you will soon
to build castNf for the gods to "That just shpVs how perverse fate
whundree grounds.
and twentg on Rock road adjoining cemerery M your baby hare color and laugh as
i iwtv acres one mile north of Court House on Hock road. knock over. f\ is even withx sit\ a ictioas. Why +
it should.
Sold by Snwaaaee Drug
,w hundred and sixty rcres one mile from Court House. !couldn't it strike Vlth doM"lite-
'fair choice residence lots on Duval street. I Oasconado Mo.. to\i Co. mov-dw'
The Postmaster of people who have ten to girlsplaying
.Wt choice residence lot on Georgia avenue. ; Daniel A. Bugh, says "I cannot anyw' i the piano?"....:Baltimore Am
:{w acres on upper Spring road three miles from Live Oak. Ambition J a balloon that takes
be much for Kidney & Bladder erican.
given purchases. too your :
r"1' I men up b | \informing them that
Pills. I feel like a new man. D II I
I it has BO/parofliute atachmeat.
i: J. W. SPERRINQS.ROFESSIONAL \Vitfs Kidney and Bladder Pills aresold I .\'Il(llllidtli
I
-- -- --._- ---- ----'-- by Live Oak Drug Co. nor-d Is due in a large measure to above Deck Itt's Carbolized Witch II I a del
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I... A. CHAWFOKU: .
CARDS. I II Time will klsfr up all things nil- purgatives. To avoid all danger, use for piles. Sold by Live Oar iJ: lg

I PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, aided except Btvmissory notes of the only Dr. King's New Liver Pills the Company. novdThe

M.BROOME, Office Upstairs, bankrupts.11Tlire's\. safe, gentle cleansers and invifor-
ators. Guaranteed to cure headache kllo\\ !hat
man
.... Citizens liink Uuilding, aver; _
Xo IVe biliousness malaria and
when a man Is to explain: i
VOHSET&COUNSELOR AT 1.\W. LIVE OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA. ( talking you can't beat Herbine for Jaundice at Barclay & Groover drug thing he ig o to lie to hA .

un OAE. : FLORIDA. the liver. The greatest regulater ::store. 25c. nor-dw

t LYLE !| ever offered to suffering humanity. If .- Hani mt to Pay.
all 'T. J.
b.yis t e court of the State. Sp c- '
,.,, ]:.a.hln fur .
-= a7 to Convtyuncea. totiectiGn suffer from liver complaint. If
M O!:. All buunest promptly attend- I you "I owe a debt of gratitude that can
t Practical j you are bilious aad fretful, its your'liver First Boh miali-I have written a never be paid of," writes G. S. Clark
""- Iorut P .uc STATE AT LARGE. I and Herbine will put it in its '
; "'-- modern ,
II AND JEWELER novel/ of Westfleld. Iowa 'for my ft. coe
-- WATCHMAKER I
--I proper condition. A positive cure for I Second Bo laD-I've done more from death, by Dr. King's New Die

J.: W. WEST, 35 year's experience i Constipation. Biliousness Dyspepsia j i that. I have exp
:'r Ph'Slctan and Surgeon. i: Good stock of Watches always on hand. and all ills due to a torpid liver. Try I I Third BemiaDd I've beaten affected that death seemed Imminent -

Caron : a ottle and you will never use anything you all. because iVe read one right
: Building. Ohio Avenue. + I when I commenced taking New
i iI
I else. Sold by Suwaanee Drag to the endMegendorfer Blaetter.
eney at Ethel Hotel. IUrharHaMe Discovery. The ominosjs dry hacking -
i >r4 I well as to yourself. Company. 11O\4w-1 II
._ fateNan. to your horses as I cough quit before the- first bottle
.". .2S or lad. Yoa need not suffer from pains of w The Xw Pure IV wl awl lirug Iw
StItt ( IaJ'G.wd No horse need not snfer. I 1'a hut V t. i iI We are pleased to announce that was used, and two more bottles made
sort-your
any
bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini I Father-Wtat an.'unearthly hour.I Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs: a COl1j'V! .:-'/." 'Jtt.n\I': ever

F. E. Try ment.a It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts -I that young fel\0w >foiw till every i I colds and lung troubles li not affected equals :--.,t II". ,'" f.. for coughs.

1rYNCIANS! & 1'I Bakersfield. Mo., writes "1 !; night, Doris. Wfett does your mother -;I by the National Pure Food and colds i' 1 .:. : l' .' I lung complaints. .
Liniment for ten say about it X Drag law as it contains no opiatesor .
have used your : Barclay &
and find it to be the best 1 Daughter -Sfc\ says men have-I other harmful drugs aDd we re-

SURGEONS j years used for man or teast.I n't altered /hit sin she was young commend it as a safe remedy for Groo"r aruggJltt. aft and uto.
have ever
I cov-dw- daddy.: -Illustrated Btt II. I chi'.ir-n: and adu'.tCity: : P ...1rI Tr:::,!. Fiutt.e free
'* t ; FLORIDA. !I Sold b> Suwannee Drug Co.



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,: a LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT -
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E. BLUME, 1st Vice-President. J. B. BARTON, President.! H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance G H-{.
I JL ARNOLD P. MICKLER Cashier. ',
D. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. "

m' Capital and Stockholders Liability, 10000000. ;


I THE CITIZENS' BANK OF LIVE OAK.


i A BANK OF STABILITY WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINES?'

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; = ; one a snap ;

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::1'r \ SreWi =>: siSiftX.' .." ) and wearing, just drop in here

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t, l :M :Marx Varsity overcoat.


=_W?_ Our line of suits are complete.

They are the kind you see on all well]}

1 H \ \ \\\ dressed men. We have them in both '

/ Ij Men's '|and Young Men's in Greys,


I .? Browns, Blacks and Blues, in fact

: : all the the latest fabrics the market 1 1I'

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I, 1 We are sole Agents for Paragon Pants and Boyden Shoes.



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._ I \ Manufacturers of i ElU I GOOD CLOTHES
_ Lumber Ice Electric
I Shingles, Lights II n
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Power and Turpentine. tlf n FOR BOYS.
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'I' Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for I II f] v'/
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. : n :- Q b :: In buying clothing for boys, some people t:'
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufactur-j "l -_ '-i i l; just any old thing will do, if it will protect
1 I' purposes. I Gi p I from the
f{ I Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special -j (i -o u f weather,
f attention, and all orders promptly filled. : 7 l You couldn't prl.cticepoorer economy wl1
J We will give you good prices en low grade ceiling and J UI(! t you buy that kind of clothes for boys. Put y
I Come and prices.Same .
flooring. get our t
in the best
I((1 : money you can buy.
Here .In Lite Oak. for this 01t'1i&vapd-e'Y- u the, smaller I II ;1
The Valdosta limes$ of yesterday I towns are hatias tW'fr troubles along GOOD ALL-WOOL MATERIAL
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this line.
has the f01l0wlt oneernln tUe discounting -
; of clearing} hous /certifti I 111 '
plitkwlth Auctioneering of all and ; with good, honest trimmings
i dates which a >qual force everything tailoring, good ,
L'a \-7 at the Auction House of K W. P -
berein = :
t Y and style, and will be \
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you pleased. A
"31' ny oth itle1 er fids 1:jkVa been 'dhave I want tt, we have it, and at your own... n L .- 7Iri.'v.: .._ : These are the kind of Boy's Clothiug we hay
jarAto price. provided it is better than t1 I I !
1 tou onLn- :
tlece pass
ances, o t '8 '\he\discount of other fellows'. Come around ?\ then d ry. te y sharVs. who take Saturday and see. I III '
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noranc\ d6t RV PRICE co
advantagroesfa f "': of the ne- &

busing SS I.2JPo of t'Crfg&f glass their, an'\lue make and a \o matter whaXit is. a man pan I 81 J GENTSFURNISHER.
count purchasing T e he certificate mad 'a material are "worth dis- prohibited.get a lot ok fun ut of it if it !:, it' !(!II I WHITE .

face \althese In any of \the storey of lIappin. the result of ket'I.I.! (
.cities. and the" authorities claim jour desir/a don to the limit of I In
that 1- person discounting them is jour E Live Oak Florida.
abilhes.A
offense of cheating anti
guilty of the I nJ
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