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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 19, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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CULTURAL MATTERS 1 I A HAND FOR .EVERYBODY. BANKS MU ct f( GRAUfUL[[ [



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OF COMMISSIONERS I
( GOVEUXMkYrS PLAX IS MEET

t. OF AGRICULTUREff ING WITH HEARTY APPROVAL

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I IN THREE( DAYS' SESSION I I d\ THE Issur\ 0WMA BONDS


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'.rld Discuss Live Topics Pertainingto

Farm Interests ) !<* Relieved 1Viii frtalnly Restore
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Strung Confidence Money Circles
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I Columbia, S. C., Nov. 18.-The

SoBthern States Association of Com- New York, No*. 18.-Gratification

BlHloaen of Agriculture and AgrlBltnral NJa I was the prevail g tone in banking

' Workers, begins Us annual circles today o\ r the government

4ayi session here tomorrow. plan of relief the money market

tfcjee jli outlook Is. for an excellent attendance E0cct11k\ \ \ % by the issue of] 50,000,000 In Panama -

of representative men from I I bonds and 100,000,000 in one-

"the entire south from Virginia to year treasury c tlficates. The Issueof
Ii
"Xetu, The progVira includes many Panama bon i had been counted

'froalaent agricultyral workers whoR1to i upon as a probab Itr since it wasI

: ; discuss live ubjects. United I I first referred to sime ten days ago.

,Utei Assistant Secretary of Agrlcultirt I( The issue of sho -term certificateswas

H yi c N 'asj/ingtonf/ is to ad- more of a novelty, and as such

imiltb* as Delation on/Vdnesday.Th attracted I more discussion. The gen-

*, associ tion expeoA to issue an [' eral opinion In/banking circles was

{tams\a of t ic south Y 1907 cotton that both measvres would tend to

'csp wtalnc 1 throum state official draw idle money from private hoards

$kiuelk 11118 stat/ there will be and thereby to freak the premium on

Icportufion i /regard to the currency and restore normal condi-

'Appalachian forest /eserve, the pend- tions in the mon market.

' f bill on drain/ge, inland water- So strong was tkls feeling that It

"wji, the pending measure on agri- was understood that gold engage

"inltartl education- and in the mails ments would practically cease after

of southern Immigration, and the today. International bankers declared -

ntablUbment of direct steamship that the gold already engaged is

.trie* enabling the cotton producers as much as New York can justly take

. t| deal directly with the European FriTi interview with John C. Rocxefcl: : "!,...H. 11 :)1, s .ways givin so on* a hand. from Europe under the strained con-

i tstsa>per. Taylor in Loc Ang.!.. 1 im... ditions which prevail' there, and that
to take more will'only compel its return --

OKLAHOMA COMES INN x IX TltnriSLK .\(:.\ \ i I Uncle IJoimis to Dine With Teddy. :TO MEET DECEMBER SECOND. at a later date.

i Atlanta, Nov# 17.-At the special

iMWTclt !ms Statehood, for I'ensacola1dskey Healer Again Arrested invitation of president Roosevelt, a FirM Session of Oklahoma Legislature Panther dear Waycross.

-nqt sad ister No. 40 Comes for Soliciting In Dry I; party of liar, consisting of Joel Called for'that' Date.Goithrie. Waycr ,Ga., Nov. 16.-Considerable -

r! In the Union. ... Counties. Chandler Uncle Remus), Oklahoma, Vfiv. 17.- excitement prevails In the com-
I
(Pensacola Journal. ) Julian Harris, ant Donald Marquis,
abouV
:wt4hin|ton, Nov. 16.-A new star i Gov. Charles N Ias east night Is- munity hree miles south of
N. Goldring, who recently arrested all of whom are co nected with the
was
,tu iddei to the American flag toby I i sued a call for J{fte'L Islature of the Waj cross becau e of the presence of
-I tie admission formally into upon a warrant issued InI I Uncle Remus magazine, left Atlantaat new state ttt/meec on December %. what is said to be an immense panther -
Holmes county charging him with a noon today to dl/e tomorrow nightat
There Is
J violation of the new act of the legislature the White Hoi/e in Washington.Mr. .
Preside Rosevelt. at 10:16 Governor Haskell does not outlineany borhood in wh' h it is claimed the I.
relating to soliciting businessin I Roosevelt Ins always expresseda
Woek this ( proposed legislation in the call. panther has ben for the past two or
Krning. signed the pro- prohibition or' ry" counties, was ; great friendship for "Uncle three days. \
fcoition admittSe I
the "
- territories of
again arrested jesl ?lay. S Remus." who is Vne of his favorite This morn/ g parties coming Into
fikUhoma and Indlto n.CK.CIIIIS MOX.
Territory joint- This t \he larrarff from authors. \
me was the city bro ght of
b reports the
,U qj the Amerlcln states. Little pan-
attended I the Walton f untytp an I tbXcharge is the I This Home-Made Remedy Is Said to ther's prese ce near a farm owned by
ceremony, same, th jt of lemfliy letters throughthe \IJiY IMPROIIlliLK: STORY. Mrs. W. W. beaqh, and almost Imme-
tlich meant m/ch Ht'lit.1.1111I( I5.uk and I"reH'otliltlm'y
so to the
people mailsWto solicit-
a" /, county
|*t"ttw0 territor IHMMMS.Take diately a hutft ng party was organ-
's. In appending ing the 11
$ suture to tlfe proclamation the Sheriff CampbeU; of DeFuniak, cameto Start In the South. care of backache A great After searching through the woods
witant a/
,ttsed >en formed 'from a maD cases of kidney: complaint are
and
the city yesterday morning,
trill Washington. Nov, 17.The storycomt'S adjacent to thejcwamp the huntsmenwent
plucked frlm the I
wing of an I reported about here, also bladder
with sheriff ol
in a deputy
compan into the but
cWu mamp a thorough
/ from that
jwfcau nooga a conference -
eagle. The I
pen will be de- trouble and rheumatism.
this count, served the warrant upon /
PullmV search reveal d nothing beyond the
ssited with th/ on a car near there I
Oklahoma historical I An authority once stated that pain
Mr. Goldring. The sheriff required a
strange animal's tracks, which
tel fixed the whole Wogramme forgetting were
: up
bond of $700, which was ghen. I Il..n( the back loins or region of the
she delegates to/the Republican found in any: umber of places, and
act wa done in the cabinet kidneys is the danger signal nature
I
);nom convention pledged/ to Roosevelt. defined as thosd of a panther. Monday -
to whl had been admitted was transmitted to the State Department : hangs out to notify the sufferer that
keators Tennessee is already fixed, accordingto a still larder party of hunters swill
Cart and Dixon of Mon- where the signature of the there is something wrong with the
!' this story, and tne next state to be leave front \Vajcross and scour
.,Ind W [ner of Missouri, be- President was duly attested and the I kidneys which should receive im- 'r
lined up is Florida. The South Is to tile country Were the panther is
filed in the archivesof mediate attention.
document then Only vegetable
Oklamost take the lead in getting on the Roosevelt supposed to roam.
o whom are connected that department, I treatment should be administeredand -'ji
band f
govern nt departments In The proclamation is as follows: wago absolutely no strongly alcoholic
uhiagtou The story crew ed additional interest ARMY OF MOIULKOMEX ;
d newspaper repre- "Now J, Theodore Roosevelt I patent niedicines, which are harmful
PresidentS here for the! reason that along
veLt
f the United Statesof to the kidneys and bladder.
with it is a purporting to I IplH'al Alabama Legislature Not
t With UtOe Ceremony. America, in accordance with the statement I The following prescription, while
I'ass
to rrvhibltion Kill.
from that Mr.
i-R aaa !zactly 10:06 o'clock when act of Congress aforesaid and by the come Washington simple, harmless and inexpensive, is
Mobile Ala.
rIt Roosevelt had mate the announcement xqv. 16.-Five thou-
ry Loeb | threw open the authority announce the known and recognized as a sovereign
Mbh.goor thereof that ff he S ould be nominated sand women of Mobile, representingthe
t lea ng from the Presi- result of said election to be as certified I remedy for kidney complaint. The of
women wetlth, social
y without a contestAe would accept. positionsand
Drate; offlle. He had the pro- and do hereby declare and proclaim > ingredients can be obtained at any leaders in/ church endeavor,
At the car conference the I
IB hU land, which he laid that the t rms and conditions:: I'ullmaf good prescription pharmacy and anyone headed
by Mrs Augusta Evans Wilson -
loge BQuIre blotter at the I prescribed by Co; gress to entitle the Chattanooga stoty says were First can mix them: Compound Kar-
Assistant Post matter General Frank I. the Southern authoress, today
r4t.$ position at the head of state of Oklahon a to admission into gon one ounce: Fluid Extract Dandelion -
t H Hitchcock, J, A' Thompson, Inter- signed a petition to be prevented to
table The President enr the Union on an equal footing with nal revenue collector of Alabama; I on<4-half ounce Compound the State Senate Mopday. urging that

took seat at once, was the original thlrt 'n states is now accomplished I Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ouaces. DO statutory prohibition bill be
Evan| of the I passed
Henry Clay one big
long : : Shake well in bottle and take in
eagle quill pen bv In :'Stlmonwb..rt'Of. a /
5tkry Tennessee bosses/ Newell Sanders,
a he and teaspoonful doses after each meal
114 from himself lifting I have hereunto stt my hand another boss an/ chairman of the The business men/and school teachers -
the ikstand, dipped the caused the seal of |he United States and at bedtime also petitioned Jhe Board of Education -
ltt and
State Committed, the newly ap-
wrote h name in large let- 'to be affixed, this, the sixteenth day But unless you go to the trouble for holiday on Tuesday and
collector of
internal
the pointed revenueof
> n to ak the druggist for the Dandelionand
iaking an audible of November, 190
Mr. Wednesday next fir the purpose of
kir Tennessee. Sharp. These met
movement When 'Theodore Roosevelt." r Sarsaparilla separately, and then permitting the teachers to to
k&4 at the station, the t"
1laishe his signature the The new state Deludes Oklahoma by appointment buy ode ounce Kargon Compound, in Montgomery and dead against the
dent decided that the
p Ck up a small blotter and Indian territories. Oklahoma story goes any I an original (unopened > package, passage of statutory bills.
vhf4 he authoritative d wand for a third
''lotted his name, and proper was orgMiiied as a territory plain printed. Guaranteed No 108 -
term for Presidet Roosevelt should
agatat exclaimed: "Okla- May 2, 1S90. anl was formerly a part under National Drug Law, and mix don't use at all.
it start in the So4th,
t of Indian Terr or>', It has an area i j UK Kargon with the other ingredients This preparation is said to restore

s At Albert Hammer, of of 39,030 squaj* miles and in 1900 I at your home, yon had better the natural fnactioa of the kidneys,
Qkls. Ihdn't Mr Hish.i I
a ;Jerk in the land office, Its population as 39S331. Indian ., sot use this effective prescription it so they will sift and strain the

;"fo ird and asked: "Mr Territory has kn area of 31. OO Paris Nov 17-r-M. SantosDumontmade all. It may be worse than useless. f poisonous waste matter, uric acid,

I nave that blotter?" square miles find its population in'1 an unsuccessful attempt today i perhaps even harmful, and your II etc. from the blood, pnrifyiig it and

-j-1 picked up the small 1900 was 392: ] >60 C. N, Haskell to win the Arcfcdeacon prize of $10- money wasted Under no circumstance relieving rheumatism. Backache will

,. Banded it to Mr. Ham- Democrat, wil be the first Governor i, 000 for the first aeroplane to com- accept the prescription all j be relieved, the urine will be neutralized -

remark "There were of the news te and will be inaugurated plete a circular> ilometer In the air ready prepared nor accept any ex- J and cleared' and no longer a

for me to use particu- j j i to ay at Guthrie All the He made use of hnew butterfly- cuse for offering it to you that wa>', cause of irritation, thereby overcoming

there are letters in my state officer and nearly all the con- shaped machine I succeeded onlyIn Purchase separately the Kargon Com- such symptoms as weak bladder

fiy 1. I gressmen and state legislators, are making several hort flights, and painful, frequent and other urinary
.f oclamatlon. Democrats,/and both representativesof it was plain that tl 4e motor was not pound, No. 103 Guarantee, as explained difficulties.

!Ming of the proclama- of new! state In the United States, powerful enough to rive the aero- above, and mix these three I I This is worth trying and may prove

Oklahoma a state, It Senate will be of that political faith. I' plane. ingredients at home yoUTwlf, or just what many people here need.
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2 LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT TUESIUV. NOVEMBER 19, 1907.ROOSEVELTS -t

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INVITATION ion of our natural resources Is the ;1 i i in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i u 1 1 i stK.

.I. most weighty question now ">before Ii Phone Clark: & CO ": .

To All the Governors to Meet Him to the people of the United States. If Useful Gifts ,1 .

Discuss i : a Large Question.. this is s6\, the proposed conference, I 11t ii BRa K E's sI
which is tb* first of its kind; will be f : ;

Washington, Xo1 .-President among the n\ t important gatherings | I, Grain
; Stocks Bonds and
Roosevelt has Invited the Governorsof : for the bride sweetheart Cotton, ProvisinZ':
,
In our history !i* its KFect upon the I ; ;
the states and territories to meet [I relative. You HJ ,It DIRECT PRIVATE WISES TO ALL LEADING EXcJ 4. \ '.
welfaVe o\all 0 r Je. i or
him at the White House. May 13 14 fea 1- Euoala: Ala, Jacksonville, Tallahassee. St
"I eiarneeUj. opt my dear Governors Vwill find in the house of I, + OFFICES August-? 'I
and 15, next! to discuss the questionof City, Live Oak, Quincy, Mariana and Madison, Florida -i 1
that ybunrill find it possible to
means to conserve the natural resources Drug Co Building Live Oak .'
be preseptj Sincerely yours, | J. D. RADFORD, It."" Suwannee ,
of the country. Invitationsare : 44iwMr .
he dore'Roose'elt..
to be extended to the membersof i an array of giftgivi

both Houses of Congress and to WATTEKSOX MAY COME + ing goods, not only i

the Inland Waterways Commission. I i beautiful but useful. r MARKET
The importance and manner in which : :t: I AND
the subject is to be considered areS I And Help the the k Jin Wet tin to Town.Keep Jackson- No matter which +01- NEW GROW

indicated in the President's + turn something 4
way you
U.e Governors, which was (Jacksonville Metropolis. ) 1+ confronts you | | H. B. CREECH Prop.

lie at the White House leluer The executive committee of the
Letter follows: Business MenV League an organiza; I:1: that will be just right J H [At Hingson's Old Stand]

"The natural resources of Lion formed to c?mbat the work of I I DIAMOND LOCKETS | I Fresh meats, both Western and Florida.

ritory o! the United Stateswere at the prohibitionists hW a meetinglast
i H Fancy and Family Grocries. Fruits and
i BRACELETS Vegdabb
th. time of settlement rich, more night and decides take a decided I

varied and more available" than stand in the pr J-ent fight. II.. J AND BROACHES, II ..L1tt .s1 ECI..1IJ'rl .

those of any other equal area on the H. Buckman the IeaJ -c of the "wet" I

surface of the earth., forces gave his ide regarding how +; all of the latest design j f Terms Cash. .
I
"The development' these resources to conduct the c, lpaign and the i 1 :" : : : ::::iI

Las glen us for more thana other members ojr the committee unanimously ].; Watch repairing done by J -

century, a rate of' increase in popu- agree/ with him.It ;:t:; an Expert Workman. : : | JUSTARRIVED__ :
learuvd that the lion.
was
lation and wealtli undreamed of by +

tie men who founded our Henry Watters n is willing to come +
government
and without parallel In historyIt here and mak an address for the I J. D. RADFORD, iI 2 Cars Flour,

is obvious t4t the prosperity license system Hvithout charge, if it v

which we now enjoy rests directly is possible for nm to leave Louisville I] ; LIVE OAK, FLA. | 1 Car Meal and Grits

,
and the mittee decided
to
upon these re n ces. It is equally cot i ..
obvious that the vigor and success invite this distin/ fished Kentuckian +*-H--H--i"H"H"H H.I.H..HMH. **;
1 Car Carckers and
Candy.
which we desire and foresee for this to be here if poafible a week from

nation in the ture must have this: next Monday ni/ht. This matter will Beautiful LineNew

as its ultimate material basis. be taken th Mr. Watterson at
Other Let us have your orders for Ap-i
Time tt;,Take Action. once. prominent speakers

"In view pfN?iese evident facts it from Maine ant other states will be hand-painted China suitablefor pies Bananas Oranges Grapes Nub

seems to melni *for the country to secured for the campaign. The committee wedding and Christmas pres- ,

take account of Its natural resources, decided tnat* the time is ripe ents. and Candies.

and to inquire how long the-yare for an aggressive tontest on the part Skirts, chilnden's ooats, hats,

likely to last. We are prosperou of those opposed to prohibition. dress goods and laces a specialty. Remember the Tampa Club'CigarsThey

now; we should cot forget that it Standard patterns, fashion the best.
sheets each month. are
1.:of! ,wlil be Just as Important to our descendants AGAINST GOVCIr MINT OVXKKsnip. given away

to be\ -serous in their wear.Ladies'New and line children's corsets. under- Pay us in Clearing House Certificates

time as it is to s lo' be prosperousin

our trme."Recently. X. American Fedvratloii of I.\hnr 1H>. MRS. C. W. BACHC, Prop.

?", Kexpresfc nV d the 01)lnlo:1that clare* IlM. tf l>y Ijirgi Majority. I Live Oak Brokerage & Commission b

there is other question now Norfolk. Ta., Nov. 16.The American value of one hundred dollars t$100

before the nation of equal gravity FederaiT5n>)f Labor by a vote per share, and said capital stock maybe I

with the question of the conservation of lot to 50, toda\ refused to place paid for in cash merchandise OLDIAJ. L. FREIGHT DEPOT -"
labor and services, all of which shall
of our natural resources and 1
; itself record
on as favoring the government -
be approved in value by the Board Of j Visiting Merchants are Cordially!! invited to make our office their led
added that it is the plain duty of ounershiiyof railways and Directors; said capital stock may bo :i ouarters while in the a'ty.i .

those of us who, for the moment, are mines the questi<* having come upon increased in the discretion of said ) -- ---

responsible, to make inventory of the a resolution 0/Bred by Herbert corporation in the sum of Twentyfive -

natural resources which have been Crampton of tht/amalgamated Carpenters Thousand Dollars ( $:5.000 I. ten ,
cent of which said capital stock I
per |
handed dow Mo us, to forecast as to the
aniet 1 economic platform ..
:, shall be paid in to said Company !> -
well as we may \he needs of the future adopted it Minneapolis last fore the issuance of Letters Patent

and so to Handle the great rear so as to biclude railways ando Article 4. The term for which

sources of our prosperity as not t mines in the favorable action taken this corporation is to exist shall be

destroy: in hdjancqf all hope of th* at that meeting oiythe "nationaliza- ninety-nine years. i{
Article 5. The annual''
regular
prosperit yof descendants.. tion" of telegraji/ and telephone
meeting of the stockholders of said
"It is / //roi/ LL PURPOSES
evident that the abundant properties. corporation shall be held in the office !

natural resources on / hick the welfare The opponentstook the ground of the Company in Live Oak Florida, '

of.this nation r/sts are becoming that governmenBownerehip of mines on Tuesday after the first Monday m
January of each year, at which time : The "CHARTER"
and in not few ''
depleted
a cas" n and railways could prevent all
said stockholders shall elect a Boardof
are already' J.hallstd. This is true strikes, no matter how peaceabl Directors and attend to such other Gasoline EnginesWill

of all portions "of the United States; they might be conducted. and that matters as shall properly come before -

it is especially true of the longer with a federal" government opposed to said stockholders in meeting assembled furnish powrr at a trifling cost for

settled communities of the J3ast. Thgravity labor it might prove a death blow. ; and the Board of Directors'II every purpose. Xo engineer required Ewy
I elected by said stockholders at said i I farmer can utilize The "Charter" in I **
of the
situation must I believe
' time as soon thereafter as practical :: way We have them in any horse power
appeal with special force to the XOTICK: APPLICATION FOKniAKTEK. : shall elect a President a Vice-Presi-' We are the Lirjrest dealers in Florida, aDd

Governors of the states because of dent and a Secretary and Treasurer. ( can supply your wants at a saving toyota :f
t their responsibility for the welfare Notice is hereby given that the the last of which two offices may beheld We also Hl Marine Engines; Motor Boat ,

r' of their communities. I have ther- undersigned incorporators will after I by one and the same person:and' Supplies; Pipes; Fittings etc.
i ; four weeks publication of this notice. I at such first annual meeting t he'' Write for beautiful" illustrated cataby
tt fore, decided, in accordance with the Xo.
apply to Honorable N. B. Broward. Board of Directors' elected as aforesaid -
suggestion of the Inland Waterway Governor of the state of Florida for shall adopt by-laws for the government e
Commission, to ask the Governors of the issue of Letters Patent incon or- of the affairs of said corporation :
the states and territories to meet a t acing them as a body corporate under and until and before said FLORIDA GAS ENGINEAND
the corporate name of Brown-Thoma- I first annual meeting the business or SUPPLY CO.
the White House
on May 13, u and ,
son Drug Company with the follow- businesses of said corporation shall
15 to confer with the President and ing proposed" charter hereto attached ; be conducted by a President, a \11"- TAlr.f'LA

with each other upon the conservation to this notice: President and a Secretary and treasurer -
of natural resources. C. S. BROWN I aDd until said meeting, C S

Wants Citizens Xainetl. F. E. THOM UON, r rW Brown. Live Oak. Fla.. shall be Pie*;- =----
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H. JONES. dent; F. E. Thomason. of Live Oak --- C",
l "It givea'me great pleasure to invite V. GRANBl'RG. I' Fla., shall be Vice-President, and W. OKIUXAM'K ,0. OH.An I[ ceding sectionlull': bePI1DlbN)

ih you to take part in this confer W. L. fLMER. L. t'lmer Lly Oak. Fla., shall be ordinance a fine no exceeding: Fin HUI .
r ence. I should be glad to have you (>c.it y of I'lkirter. I Sec rt>tar> and Treasurer; and all of Requiring the 1'01). I j hollars imprisonment: fOfape.oj
or
r Article 1. The name of this cor the undersigned incorporators to- j rig a LicciiMTax by Any '. I
select three citizens to or DJ
{ accompany you poration shall be Brown-Thomasoa wit : C. S. Brown. F. 1;. Thomason. IVrnont. Finn or. Corporation not exceeding nii-'> days. $
and to attend the onferem-e as your 01'11& Company with its place of business VV. L. ('laser. V. Granberg and W. H. i I'urtluiM's or O-IItracts fr :such fine and 1IJ''ri; onnienti III

assistants or .advisers. I shall also Tn the city of Live Oak Florida, Jones shall compose the Board of' I'wMlMMof i I discretion of tin :Ma>t-r-
invite the together with such other branch offices Directors. Cleaning lIuII"4'' ( Orda
I senators and J this
representatives That
Section 3.
1 in said State or United States ankle 6. The highest amount of'' lHiite> in the City of l.i\t. < I
of the
Congress to be immediatelyBP
Sixtieth as may .be determined upon by the indebtedness or liability to which the I' Florida at U-.. than the i{ shall take effl"C't :
present at the session so far as theirduti Board of Directors of said corpora corporation can at any time subject '-l1lut'lltt"rt'uf. antI Intise.i, pasMftge I'vby '" t'ouncil and.apt1fC"

s will permit. tion. itself shall be twice the amount of its !! IVnalty for the ; the Ma> i
"The matters to be considered at Article 2* % The general nature of capital stock' at said time actually Violation .:M\S. H. BROW
this conference the business or businesses to be transacted paid in to said corporation. 'I' Be it ordained by the Mayor : '
are not confined to r.sdentatyWMAYS.
by said corporation shall be a Article 7. The names and residences -{ City: Council of the City of Lire I
any region or group of states but areof retail business, of the i S City ClerkI.
general drag including subscribers to the stock (, Florida: I Attest:
vital concern to the nation as a the buying and selling for profit of said corporation is as follows: tyClehaf$
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fiction 1. d> ?
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whole and to all the people. These of all drugs chemicals, toilet articles C. S. Brown.: Live Oak. Florida, shall be unlawful Florida, d01d
I Citof i Oak.
subjects include the use and con and each and every other goods, twenty shares. I any person persons firm or or4nJl'
trr5o1II1; ;
i tion ; cei'ti'\ : ,
and merchandise to purchase
wares usually carried F. E. Thomason. Live or contract to
servation of the Mineral Oak Florida.
resources in a business of like ('bar'.cter; ; twenty shares. chase within the city I :No. ,". v. ", g Jla !1y Pfd
the resources of the laud and the resources to mrintain and for profit of Live .,. 11th dal0ietn
operate a \V. H. Jones Orange Florida, any of the pr"I i ('i'% V -he :
ofMhe waters in every partof wholesale drug business includingthe Bend Flor- Clearing .. and the "*;
ida twenty shares. Certificates issued lr \ ;"r y yher.
our tt"rritorf''i manufacture of drags and chemicals by the t..t I firapl'fO
and all other articles incident to V. Granberg Live Oak. Florid, ;! the Clearing House Association t t"'C SaSor
"In order to open discussion I shall twenty rhare
said business; to maintain and operate J posed of banks doing \ "
. invite a few recognized! authorities to for profit a retail and wholesale W. L. ('!mer. Live Oak. Florida { city! of Live Oak. business in \\ 'I' j and Uleell'"a:11 !

present brief descriptions of actual mercantile establishment engaging twenty !share. ; less Florida at and "I L!., rf OfeJY i iInn. ,
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facts and conditions without argument therein in the bu>ing. manufacturing State 01 Ftr: !ia.County sum than the race v;.i':" "

leaving' the conference to deal and sale of all classes of commodities of th1'1:..... such c rtlfkatt>.;. unit--, h'II': >. ,,f,, A I' C'tCleft..
incident to said business; to buy Before me this persons, firm or <>r.ra-ion' '.1 \ '" ...
sissy c ; ;
with each topic as it may elect." The --"uaily b'IBf.to
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own. rent or otherwise use and dispose C. t r rNd
came S. Brown F. E. Thomason I hare first paid to the '; ., : "J
f members alf the Inland WaterwaysCommission of real estate houses and lot s1'. L. rimer. W. H. Jones and v! of the City of Live rv t' :N"', \ t 1901. ,
wil be present in orderto and timber lands; to enjoy all the GranbtTK, to me well known who Oak. a ?--J...<.. '" r I tSO )1l

share with me the benefit of information benefits privileges rights and franchises ath dei-o ,'3 and sass that they SIP-// of Five Hundred Dollars and ___
!guaranteed by the laws of the ed and :un<>* :iged the foregoing cured a license from the saidn 1
and suggestion .and. itdesired State of Florida. in the conduct of I..
I proposed I" for the uses and i Section 2. Any \round-
person arm :
to set forth their provisional the aforesaid business.
purposes thetv a set forth. i corporation, +11
plans and conclusions. Auic!, 3. The amount of tbeaptt. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto -I'' who or the offlcers vr 'h last
-t stock of said corporation shall set ay band and seal this November shall purchase Clearing clan'dean"
Question -;
MiMVfshty be Ten Thousand Dollars ( Slo.'t n. 14. !!?. t;! Certifiates without first paying ..:.lvu.
"Facts which I cannot gainerforce y '
-t nsl-ttnl!; of one hundred shares B. W. HEL\"ESSTOS. license tax and procuring .. '1i"!'
me to believe that the {'onsenaJ ahich said shares shall be of par Notary Public. from the a I :' : '
city ,
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:. the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly $700.00 0.00, and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. j i;

,: '\, All other insurance agents together have paid practically nothing. This tells the story. ;i

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-- -try ficers; and It was further ordered!
"t' ,. I that the County Association meet in :
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I Live Oak on December 14, 1907. I I HAVE YOUNOTICED

F;: News of Live Oak and Su- Locals And Personalswannee forward Mr. C.samples H. Brown ol, cotto by request to, will the if THE"

County.Gathered. I spinners in E&glafdmd obtain SANITOLADVERTISING
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t ,by the Repo?ter. THEY COME AND THEY GO. prices.No further f v bu V'ne being before AND OFFER li' THE

I 1 the housG/th\meatlK of the association i I
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t' : ,' LADIES' I HOME, JOURNAL
, J adJourneoNmtn Saturday Dt'CfI' -
t l s -8 I I' WOMAN'S; h HONE COMP; r11ONii :
tttt emb f14. 1907. :

I t.jk.' For anything electrical, see J. C.IjyIe The new certifccates have given ; I J. J. COR ETT, Chairman i! SATURDAY EVENING; POST

,, i new life to busies '!J.the Suwan- i J'orvaleWe I\\". D. WHATLEY, Secretary. : COLLIER DELINEATOR[ &..c.H .
I nee Hardware Co. \ i

\V. J. Gaines went to Jasper this I I I I MW OX RUSSIAN SOU, H 10 SANITOl PRODUCTS $1.001

afternoon. "- t Hugh Carter, of Wellbtfrn. calledat I I
.i ti the Democrat aJe tins morning, We offer at a bargain f Our Fa War Secretary Speeding I

i_ 1 R'. J. James, of..Madison, Is In the and moved UI l gfsub.. 'ription to the : six room cottage with i Tliroiish Wilds uf SilN-ria. Fill in one of the coupons from
9.' jjty today on business. paper one jear. I I St. Penersburg, NOT. 17.-Montgomery H above Journals with our name as
r i modern conveniences, on t Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL I
I Sch'l(r, Jr. ecretary of the ,
f 4.< S. J. Jones, of 'Citra. is registeredat t Work is progressing nicely on the i south Ohio avenue. Most American Xmbass Aiere, and now I They LABORATORY will send with you an One order Dollar.on H

the Ethel today. Ethel hotel. VkW'the efficient work I II desirable residence sectionof I acting as ch ce d'affaires, received a i | us for the ten products. (Retail t.
of Mr. Hogan, tJilKccmtra/tor, it will I, telegram toda /rom Secretary Taft i value $:.70.) w

C. C. Cook went to Houston on i son be put in rst-c iSS shape. the city. If you are at Vladivostok y hdng that he would i

", business this morning. I contemplating purchasinga start eastwanyoverS he trans-Siber- i

6 Dr. Chas. Miller, .rot Wildwood, home in Live Oak come Ian railroad y>e morn g of November I Suwannee
Nf. M. Swartlcy, of Tampa, is a spent yesterday indjt'e city. Dr. Miller 19. Mr./ aft hopesio reach St. :
pest of the Ethel today. made the trip'\o Perry with a up to our office and let Petersburg it noon of December 3'I

view to establish/us a- drug business us show this place. and he sayhe must leave nere not I
you I
J. R. made business trip there. later than 'December, 5. Secretary Drug Company I

to Jasper this morning. Taft's audience with the emperor I
'f -- Mr. J.1.. Pearsen" will: leave this probably will be on December. H .
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H. B. Me Ado an4..J. G. Kent went evening for Jacksonville and will go : mw mlW O. I :: :

out bird! hunting sesterday. from there to Ljffe O k where he will (liotki for Liquor Stamps. j

:,, take charge of his hotel Interest Cincinnati, )., Nov l t-Bernard II i iBettman.
When you have electrical troubles, Valdosta Times, ISth I WHEN IN NEED
collector of
revenue j
Le\vin Room 3. internal
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Building
Phone 83. 18-6t ] i
till J.C. Lyle.
said today (Vit j had received I] t
//I LOST-Pair of gold frame eyeglasses Phone No. 44. a telegram from Cl missioner J. G

Vassar Lowe of Jacksonville, is between Baptist churcn i.r.d Capers of Washinglav. authorizinghim of nice Books, Bi-
here on a visit to bis family. pobtoffice. or between poitoSce and -- --- to accept ras 'r's oluH'ks. drafts bles Pictures
Stationery
Greek-American restaurant keeps ,
Ifesldt>nce. Finder please return
; .o and certificates deposit ra payment
\: Chancy! of Wilmarth, Is In I bemocrat office and get rewnrd. fresh, extra select oysters everyday for revenue stamps to be iNed on Musical Instruments -

!01 today on business. liquor. Picture
( ttutn'r
riul I Sea I..Ialltll"ut1l1l (Jrmu'rs Mcrt. Frames Wall Pa-
best electric mad, ,
the lamps
For 3 "''",I't \'j..iL'jllinm..
The Wonia Club field Its regular The Sea Island Cotton Growers' School Books
aU J. a Lyle. Phone S3. 18-Gt /Secretary per, ,
Berlin, Nov 17. Taft
meeting at uie Library room Saturday -
Association met pursuant to call of
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afternoon, Xov. 16, 1907. The has definitely ayjd flfially decided not School) and CfFice
wing president. Saturday, November ICth.
Dr, Bryan, 0 / Park Is
attendance vas unusually good and to visit EmperorVAVilliam. lie senta Supplies etc.
here attending/coVrt this wek. in Live Oak and was called to order ,
the program English History telegram to Gnsrlemaijne Tower,
was by J J. Corbett. The reading of the
interesting.Mrs. the American ba.s* dor to Ge--
Is minutes was postponed until later
E. Lflpinler.W Rossburg. a
J. T. Carr I's "'\11- many two days ago\pressing hisrf'grt't CALL ON
? kwlness Tisitor/Cn\he city todaj.t '. I paper on It was on motl n, ordered that the
that he would nofc be able to
liam the Conqueror. Ills Accession to
I rate for storing c urged by the Producers' I
the Throne andCentralization of see the emperor in England.
The Union Club, Warehouse ompany, be published -
Pressing neal
work on short notice. Phone 222 fUr Power," ijas good, and contained in the Suwanfcee Democrat, as FLT Qoo K Fs C Co.
i much valuable i ormation of the we want all gruer4 of tbe Sea Is- Very Extraordinary."That's ,

1[. Williams and wife- of Suwan- age and its way y. land Cotton to store. ." '* remarkable child ofGodley's. I
"Gt>offre>' CIl u'er" was the subject B>' resolution. (", is asked y / i
are in the city today, shopping. \e
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of Miss Same Tajlor's concise to be pres ord! a> and quiet sort of C r TOOK
Greek-American restaurant keeps and Interestingkketch. Frank ClarkSma the II from I a very / a\ and OwncD r
In the absent of the lender, kind.
e the the United States department of
fresh, extra select everyday I
oysters "Exactly. /lie is et and he always -
discussions 'illiam the q
II on Conquerorand agriculture on November ith, as it
FOR SALE-Young milch cow Chaucer wWe led by Mrs. J. T. will be very Instructive, and of much obeys.his. arent.-Phllallel-r ::. u. s. Jtnnu..
Carroll and Mr! S. J. White. importance to the farming class of '
lUittir. '
Apply to Sallie Reese, A stiff uppenJjp has nothing in I Optician.
Current events followed and theafternoon's people
'But.Lynn .
Park.A with .llhiber --- "
program was concludedwith I It was ordered that a call meetingof common tongue. The refractive defects of the eye .

a well rendered instrumentalsolo the local clubs of the association and and the manufacture of leases a '
full line of ladies' Oxfords: and .
dippers. by Mrs W Airth lx held In their places of meeting on And wT. i I/the man who agree specialty
Just received at S. J.
m WhIt,'. Shoe Store. 12-31, MRS 3, T. GUI MSI!AW.Ueporur the 7th of December for the purposesof with his wiwrMher than argue with Office at Barclay &: uroover Drn?

1 3.._,__ _.: I, Pro-tern Jla\ inc their dues and electing! of her Store. d-w
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The SamanWe"Hardware Company I I '
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WU their trade better and the jwrtificatea ;;11I; : :: ::::;:;:; :;:::;:: 111 1111. ". """I1' I '"". ...... =::': :: '!,, ,,' 'n'!" ''''":' !"'" ::n;: ::::: ; :;r; ._ .1_.........__ ..
oln ,lik<* hot cakes. JMryCnd 1

.. \ -Mrs.-Jim Wiliams- of Su- i: House Certificates =l

. today Station, are in town shop- I I, :!j I Clearing I l


i t. Brown and son, Edwards, of !
: J Sink, are in the city today !: "

', W.pping. rtr: i ir j I J:,I "GOOD AS GOLD ji jii

L. Sealey l'd from Tampa j -

f Yesterday where JiAhad been ont :

bU1ness. F-\ 'j:I AT THE LADIES' EMPORIUMD I;

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!.Ir.
l rook, of McAlpin, passed : "

.:ltL.ke 8h morning on his way to ;' 1 g ft r I
I. on business. .


'f I i t&lJ.c.Wben, you Lyle.11 have electrical calls answered troubles,I.' I FIVE DAYS' SPECIAL SALE. |LiN Lir

JroIllPUy.
, f Phone 83. J. C. Lyle IS-fit

1 f'e I for Dry Goods and Groceriesl! 10 per cent. discount given on all purchases of $3.00 and up. Discount | '


..b 'J&Jit1 hArntet and d quantity as well as price I H few-e goods and not on the 1110ner.N 1

call on -
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et rJ.'f, ',"f 1-, "-. I, | No More Hard Times. Plenty of Money in Circulation.RFMFMRFP .

{ Ylrgin )l'ngfield left this ::

Jionanlg Meads! for svillto ,'iit''I N of certIficates@g \vorth of merchrndise 1

ti for a w dtU s. I $9 00vorth ) I 0

N I money, buys tJ at.. s In
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DOL is II
offered
on a jj-inrantr >
\ rfop the relief of heart bunt I I
.ace sour !stomach belching of "
;' and all stomach trou- t I The Ladies imporium0

Jea' what you eat. It j I I'i' I
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LIVE O.Ut DAILY DEMOCRAT TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 10O7.



Extra BUSY Clerks PENSION Necessary DEPARTMENT.to Keep: Up !Live i Oak, Perry &: Gulf R. R. Co. I FLORIDA RAILWAY -,


With Applications.. Time Table No. 20

Tallahassee. Fla., Xor. 16.-Work The Mineral Springs Route. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. M., 1907.
in the Pension Department continuesto J'
SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS
-- DATE
increase. The applications hare
1II'2.CT IIOt"JOm EAST BOUND
run well above the tenthousandmark READ DOWN. CENTRAL Tint.
h4 Class lIRSTCLASS 1 ('IIEI)1'LE lIRSTCUIS I 2nd Class I&4D
though it must be understoodthat :
:00.1 I No.1. I
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frt Frt I Frt Frt Mail I Na t .
this number represents the total and and 'Pass,Pass Pass Paul l (/l"'. Y i, 1W. pas pass Pass Pass and 1.00 MixedFrt.Daily 1;, and STATIONS. '3ai lid IN"
number of applications on file, and Pass Pass' I PaM Pass Except I! EJlneM.1Sund.y. Ezpnsss t
I ; [)all,. 7. ;
3---1951131 2121416,4TsA'Mj
not the numbe\ filed under the new ..,
At A.M P M1t P.M P.M, A.MA.M A.M P.M P. '7 00 a ml 4 30 p m'LT. Live Oak ..... ...........ArLT.. .
? 50
law. 7O. mJ l 441pm Lv,.. 1 ..... .. Porter...._........._...... .,,i10 s r ."
More than ZQ&Q have/applied under -'xSunday I I 7 41) a III, 4 5v p IB LT.__.....:.......Lanier............_.....__............LT. ?10 w 20 m r 'I.Ia'
i 7 r.e a m 5 08 p m Lv. ...-.---.-.-.. Kirkland: _................._.........LT.,,1010.aa |,I
the recently eactelaw, and I 2" a m'Ar' __._._.Wllmarth_....... ...... ........L.10 r !j Iar
Lve LveLve r m1519. : 00.
LYe I Lve Lve! Ar Ar Ar_ Ar'!!_ 10 00 a m' 5 20 p m LT_ ._-Wilmarth ........ ...................Ar 'i7.r '
there is everat prJbaylity that the nl LT... .........Suwannee RiTer: .. ..... .._ .......Lv. :1::
e :
66 5
24 ,
7 4a Il 10 9 1 4 1 .........Live Oak.._........ 1. 1 11j(, 5 36'' 350 4 Oft 10 a P m ........ .. 55.
Lv.... .__ ... ...Norwood.... ........ .......... .
\ / 19 14 5 an m LT.LT. .
3 a m
funds will be xhaus d before the 8 ei 11 301 9 1 1 1 :.. ..........Starr_....... .. 3511130 $17 32S81e1135 p ....__........._.._ -- ...... 410::
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3 10 23 a S 40 m Ar. & .
9 15? 4 n ..,.........! ...... .... 320 m p 34 a
512 r
r. 9 << 11 y.- 'a.
Vrovi ._ ...... _..__. ......
applicant are d for. 3 11 15 a m 5 42 m LT. Ar. _
a I5 11 40 9 2 1 1 ....... .. ....... 315' p ._
I. .l'1atL. 9 4.111 5411 3 1 11 28 a III, 5 n pm''LT._ .__........,,,...,can: Pedro.............__..__....... ? ? /1
: 83011 938 2. 54 ......... .. ...... Lv.1 I 30 .
Though \he wade no provisionfor i SOl .Lancaster. 93! 1112 5 00' 3. 310 11 15. III, 5 S! p m LT.C ..__..._. .......__.....Salt Road_................_.......... .LT| 12S a *11 s
I, 210 I...... Do..ling Park ...... 1200 m 10 m LT...._.__ ._.__.A.kGkI_.... ...... .. ........ a M is,:
4a 94$ 5 -?
10 p !
It. it hasib con* necessary to em- 8 ,12 250 300, 920110611L $55 243 300 12 10 ': 6 17 LT.._._._...._.... .CharlLjn..............._..__.....-J-T.HO! a s IN 1
ploy several addi onal clerks to assist 8501% 151' 952 2 U 504 3 04'.......-Chancey ........... 91519 Ii 114 4 411 2 36' 2 1 12 20 p p m m I (5 27 p p m m LT........_....._......_...Keene.. __........................_.... *-.!' f.00.53 .m.LiV. 121,:
8 56 U 20 10 3 1. .... Mayo Junction..... 238 2 36 12 30 6 33 LT_.__._........._ ...'_.... ......_.....LT.' a. '
with the increased work to grade 985 Y 2 S.n 5 51 11 ...............Day...... ........ 986119 9 0t 19 sA as 11 II 4 tai i I 2 26. 12 50 p p m m' 6 4.1 p m m LT....___...._. ..........Denmark-................ .......LT.LT.. t 8 is U.a. .a,:
9 15i; .. 211 ........... ..SIIo. .. ...... 8 3& i 2 19 100m 6 50 p p mAr I __............._..........Perry_...... -...-...... 8 30.a I Na
and classify applications so that they 9 23 3 S !..........Townsend.. ..... X10 ,12 11'' i \ r 1111.
before the board in 9 41);, 3 21 ............smith .. ........ 8 32 1 54 -
may come a comprehensible b 8 3 10 14 '
9 57'' ... .-Fenholloway-. .... Luraville Branch t
\ shape. Thus far the pen- 102 I 3.00 41 6 617 01 ............_Perry..._....... .: 8 8 14 J 9.1 55} 1 1 37 20 .
10 i51 ... ... Between Lnra\ille and Wilmarth.
sion fund holds up well but if the { 15 6 30 Hampton Spring. 745 9 2b 1 00
West _.
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present rate of increase continues MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. Bound. I 1 Th,1's1

much longer the deficit is Inevitable. 8 34 aro.LT- .._.__'.._.._.. \Vilmarth_... ,
I 'P.M A.M P.M A.M P.M P.M 8 60 a mAr,' .............____...Laravilk.. .._. ..._' .."....., .r.I..... asII
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Lve I Lye Ar Ar Ar
Cured of nrf ht'8 Disease.Mr. 12 I Lve ; Alton Branch 1

Robert O. Burke. Elnora X. % 32 10 10 3 20' .............. Dell........ .. 11 21 4 25 2 23 Between Mayo and Alt..n.
Y., writes: "Before I started to useFoley's 12 40 10 3 2?: ........ _p..tersoJl...... .... 11 14 4 19 2 Iii
; 12 5010 151 3 ...... .......Ma10.. .......... 11 05 4 1 2 06j'w .IL.ILt
Kidney Cure I had to get up Bound. s l

from twelve to twenty times a night ............_A 1 tOIL........... 1i0 4 1 ES lo'm'Lv._...._._..........._..__..M.o.-..__.__._._..... _. Ar. :
i :A.M P.M A.M P.M P.M P.M; A.M A.M A.M P.IIo'r 10 50 a mAr' .. .......... ....._._....__... ...A I Wn__._..........._- L.. n M/i .
and I all bloated with -- .l
was up dropsy I ;;; Snn :'San-,0;; ;;;i 0 ex Sun Sun ;; ;;:; .
I and my eyesight was so impaired I I I :Sun I un Only Only Sun Onl,' Sun On y Only POMfPOM Sun Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line wet band and Atlantic Coast Lint n&t'
bound at Live Oak. For information regarding rates .cbf'duJeI.nd connection apply to "1
could scarcely see one of my family I
): 7 9. 5 1 13. 2 12 14 8I : T, P. ALSTON Superintendent F. P. WooDWARD G.F.A P A. S
across the room. I had given up i f 1 I i I i .. I
hope of living when a friend recom- !
I Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic ,
mended Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50 i Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connections !
cent bottle worked wonders and be- '' call on any ticket agent.

fore dropsy I had had taken gone the as well third as bottle all other the I I I! .1. LEE ENSIGN, President. U. P. HOPKINS. Traffic Manaser.Particular Can You Write a Ghost Story?

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.. symptoms of Bright's disease." City I I
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Pharmacy. nov-dw
I No doubt know one have been telling
Uhf ProoF f.r fn JheCornwarhwn7k you you
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Stopped for a Kiss.A for years. We will give a t.t

trolley car in charge of /Conductor CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARS .

Locks Jams yesterday Furoy stopped to taker inAvindEor a man- for the best Ghost Story written by youngor .. J

aboard. ,After the car baa started old, male or female.

again the conductor say a woman The only condition is that each contestant'j

waving her haid and running toward !/oii)" send Fifty Cents for a years subscription -:

l the car Supposing sly desired pass to THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly

age The, man the conduAor who hVdXust aropped seated the him car publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. j

self jumped froiVhis seat and ran F The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;

back to meet tharroman. As soon as it has a will of its own, and stands on a plat- .

the couple me heXman put one arm form unique in policy and principle. The j

i around the y man'1 neck and kissed first number will appearNOVEMBER
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iI I her three t es. Tltn the woman
kissed hidf The miL took his arm FIRST ,

from aroflnd the worn Li's neck, look Write on one side of paper only; story not .
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i ed at Kr for an instAt, kissed her to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close

agar, then turned and tarted back
FEBRUARY J5th J903.
foptthe car. ConductoryFuroy said people whose pride and and -
this was the first case h *knew of a name and winner will be announced in the March

woman stopping a trolley car to get pride in product goes into their stationery have number. Send in your subscription at once.' '

a kiss. preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for i THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE

He Fought at Gettysburg. over fifteen years. ,

David Parker, of Fayette. N. Y., Drawer 30
who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: i Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care Live Oak, Fla.

"Electric Bitters have done me more I ful methods that make for firmness and pcrminancc arc

good than any medicine I ever took. still used in making :'\ nnrp)fA A rx..1t> Its beau- tt* 11I1IIIIII till IIIII M III H 1-111 11 I I I III t "IJ.IIII***

l For several )ears I had stomach tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness and crac-

trouble, and paid out much money ing qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de
for medicine to little purpose untilI
began taking Electric Bitters. I luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. SEABOARDAirline

' would not take $500 for what they 1 Write your letters so that they will compel a read- ,

I have done for me." Grand tonic fOl t ing-write them on
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; } the aged and for female weaknesses. Railway.

'I sure Great cure alterative for lame and back body and builder weak; @ @ (![J @ [N] rn3@ t?&Q)1 Savannah I

kldnejs. Guaranteed by Barclay & Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,

Groover druggist. 50c. nov-dw to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing : Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

ofobis house fN@n n/D@M/ rP@N1fm costs I Philadelphia and New York.TRfllNS .
<\reat Plitf. no more than l other I _

' Mr. Orthodo\er- But surely, sir, good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve !

Doctor Reglar dY ti't advertise. you as well-i T\VO\ ELEGflNT DOILY

The Editor wtol. no not directly; .
but when busljfess\s dull he often various The COUPON W lltbt.s-f\nlllb..nd BOND book showing colors / American Writing Paper Co. II

sends me a ooeck for Inserting pie and how finely the paper prints will be : Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
sent you with the name of alocalprintLargest i ; Manufacturer of the ('om.r. -
and pastry recipes. -Lippincott's or stationer who can supply you-If I ..
inertial
in the
Taper World.
\ you will.wnte us on your business lee
Magazine. / tcrhead. 29 Mi s. HOLYOKE, MASS. ---
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Always Was Sick. Modern : Pullman : Equipment. '

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When a man says he always was -- ---- u
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sick-troubled with a cough that

lasted all winter-what would you : The Jamestown Exposition Line

think if he should say-he never was BOTTLED

sick since useing Ballard's Horehound NORFOLK
VA.
Syrup. Such a man exists. j

Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado, I cca Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily !

writes: "For years I was troubled I o I
with a severe cough that would last
SFor un information and Sleeper reservat ca.1 ,,- agent
any
all winter. This cough left me in a of or R rite. on\
miserable condition. I tried B-'. Brings City Joys to Country Homes I

lard's Horehound Syrup and have not'J j S. C. LOYLSTON, JR., As>t Genl l'ass. Agent. Jack- r.> ',:e, fix

had a sick day since. That's what it Bottled Coca-Cola has this advantage over that ++ I

did for me. Sold by Suwannee Druj drawn from fountain-the every proportion is I
absolutely right. Where is ---- ----
Co. nov-dw every ingredient -
automatically measured out, there is no chance

111,5 Might t'llope. for carelessness by a clerk. Delicious, it refreshes Adrersise !
and invigorates and makes possible drawing on reserved Advertise
-Off for aVwo weeks' prowl in the strength without loss or injury. There are many cheap imitations. ,
woods, eh? said/the first guide. Insist on Crown Label and be sure to

the boy n camp will miss
"Well LOOK BEFORE YOU DRINK
Have you anything to sell? ?
you. Petey. Do you want to buy
"Thanks," re ied the second Have
you "lost" or "found" ?
guide, grim "I h e this amateur anything

hunter fro the city ill do toe live Oak Bottling Works Sole Agents. An 'ad in the
same.'" icago sews.a Daily will meet your deraends.'f.



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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT Tl"F.8D.UXO"DI ER 19, 1907.

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III i n H i in ii i n m 111 n 11 i i n i1 ORDINANCE NO. 07. fectious diseases In the City of Live
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Oak and providing penalties.BE
,
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " M mn iim i i 1 i 1 1 i An Ordinance Requiring Railroad
+ Companies Owning or Using Tracks IT ORDAINED by the Mayor
the of and City Council of the City of Live
I Across Ohio Avenue in City
tt Provide Oak, Florida:
Live Oak, Florida, to a
\. + i: Flagman for saId Crossing, and Sectionl.Whenever any case of
i I yellow fever, small pox, cholera dip
Prescribing his Duties, and Imposing

I it Penalties.Be Ordained. by the Major and shall tberia develop scarlet or fever exist in or the scarhtiaa city of

LIVE OAK II City Council of the City of Lice Oak Lire Oak, the patient, and all members
I]1 Florida: of the household exposed to the

; Section 1. That the railroad and same, shall be immediately placed
railway companies 1 owning or usinga under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector
-- under the direction of the
line or lines of main or side tracks
it H I across Ohio Avenue in the city of Major and Sanitary Committee of
H and the house where such
>-i : LIve Oak Florida, and operating said city
trains thereo>er, be and they are patient shall be, must be quarantinedas
il hereby required to furnish and keep effectually as practicable, and dan-
PUBLISHINGCOMPANY stationed at the Ohio Avenue street ger sign Is in the form of red flags

crossing of such tracks, in said City, shall be placed around such infected
house houses or quarters, and all
a flagman or watchman from the
the inmates thereof, exposed to infection -
hour of six o'clock in the morning
until the hour of eight o'clock in the I be and they are hereby re-
.. evening of each and every day. quired to remain in such Infected
house, houses or quarters or within
Section : That it shall be the I
such Infected district as may be Under
of said watchman
duty flagman or to i
remain at said Ohio Avenue street quarantine until such time as
I
crossing at all times between the they shall be able to prodtce a certificate
.
.1' hours mentioned in Section One of I. from some practicing physician
Y : i this Ordinance and to keep look-out that all danger of infection is
x .- -- d, for all approaching engines trains past and that the Infected house
a : : and cars across said crossing and to houses or quarters, and their con
tents, have been thoroughly disinfected
:
i watch for all persons crossing the
t ( or until such time as the State
: railroad tracks at such crossing and
r: +, I to give timely warning or signal to Board of Health shall have taken
: I such persons of the approach of all charge of and raised such quarantine;
.' I r! I'' I III Iii:11111111111111111:II 01 i I ;;i Ii I iI Ii i iI !I i {I II I illI:1: :II:1;:I: ::I:::1 I II:I:IIf : trains. engines and cars. That any provided that this prohibition may

violation on the part of such watcn- not apply to any individual adult
f:' Book News and Commercial I man or flagman of any of the duties member of the family who produces
: : imposed b>. this section shall subject a certificate from some practicing
him to fine of I physician that such member has not
: a not exceeding One
been exposed to Infection and that
Hundred Dollars or imprisonment :
: : not exceeding ninety days or by both there is no danger of such member
: PRINTERSII I : I, such fine and imprisonment, at the communicating said disease.
Sec. 2. That violating
: i discretion of the Major.j any persons
,. I j Section 3. That this Ordinance any of the above provisions of the
fi t:! I !II PIIII: ;; !1I1:11I1II11II11I1I1I'1I1I1111IIIW: : I : : IIIIIn"II:1I1I: III:: 1I1111111:1111111llIlill: ; shall become effective on and after preceding section shall be fined not

i. : I: the 15th day of December, A. D. exceeding five hundred ($500.00)
, } > 1907 dollars or imprisoned not longer than
; ninety days, or by both such fine and
Passed the
: 1 bj City Council of Live
: + Oak Florida, this 11th day of Nov- imprisonment, at the discretion of the
:H ..h. 'I eirber 1907 Major, and in addition, such person

i NO job is too large and none too small for I} ; i: C'lAS President H. City.BROWN Council., shall such time be isolated as a practicing under guard physician until

: Utebt: S. P MAYS, may certify that danger from infection
to handle and everything in the is past.
us !; I i Cm Clerk.
; I, S. P. Ma\s. City Clerk cf the Sec. 3.That any physician who
f I Printing Line comes easily within our limit. I I Cuof Lice Oak Florida, do hereby bball willfully make any false certificate -
I 01 01| cemr\ thrt the foregoing Ordinance under the provisions of this ordinance -

, + +| No til was regularly passed by the I upon conviction by the Mayor
, 01 shall be punished by a fine, not exceeding -
.to
01"! CitCouncil on the 11th day of Noi. \- i
: AUR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papers 111 i. ember ,\. 1) 1907, and the same is ; five not longer hundred than dollars ninety or days imprisoned -
+; ereiictnifled to the Moor for his!: '

'! is one of the largest carried in Florida, tlJ t I approval Witness mfaaad sad the seal of at or the both discretion such fine of and the imprisonment Major.Sec ,,

and with a well equipped modern Printing fi f'! !' said ('i'\ this llth d-jr of November? 4.-That this ordinance Its shall
-
take eJect immediately
'. +; 'M: T. s. r. 1.\YS. upon passage
Plant and artistic printers liJ 1.; I City Clerl by the Council and approval by
new type we the
Mayor.
Examined: and approved/ by me this j ji
. 11 I t 'ue IMh day of November .\. D Attest:
: can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as t: ; I !l1I7. J. B. JOHNSON Ii S. P. MAYS C. H. BROWN
t City Clerk. Pres Council.I .
; and prompt as any establishment in the l! *| "" Major S. P. May, City Clerk of the
.h OKIUNVNCK: ). Ml. City of Live Oak Florida, de hereby
: South. A trial will convince. Samples and it : An ordinance imposing a penalty certify that the foregoing Ordinance '& .
+| on |)h\-.iciars for failing to report tot No 67, was regularly passed by the
Estimates Furnished on Application. lI# '_; the Mayor o; the City of Live Oak I City Council on the 6th day of November >r
ctitam infectious or contagious diseases -, A. D. 1907, and the same Is
: tt : coming within his practice hereby certified to the Major for bis
.. :St':. I within said City. approval.
''''i Z ''I : HE IT ORDAINED by the Major Witness my hand and the seal of
,t I : and City Council of the City of Live said City this 6th day of November,
Oak Florid.' : 1907.
:. :
, i I Sec'tion 1.-Whoever, being a III S. P. MAYS City Clerk
, !: [ I ilili;: ilill 1111111111111'1111111111 1III'lnllllillilllillllll'IIII: '! II I ; ; : i
, .. I unsed or. practicing physician within Examined and approved by me this
i i the- ('it\ of Live Oak Florida, fails No\mb 7th, A. D. 1907.

We Make a Specialty of Mail i{ : tu report immediately to the Major J. B. JOIlXSOS.Iayor..
' jof sid City every case of yellow fev'er -
,. ', 'i small pox, {cholera diptheria Notice 1

: :- Order Business -:- : : scarlet fever and scarlltlna that To the several tax payers of Suwan-
, I comes within his practice within said nee County, Florida:
I, I,, city. shall be punished by a fine of In accordance to Section 41, of f ..
""" ...""." ," "" ,',,""",," I II",,,,II''',,,,,,,,I"" ,'" h" ",m"", '" "" ",' 'u,,"' '''"""' ''''' : not exceeding Five Hundred ($500) Chapter 5596, of the Laws of Florida .
(
i I Dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding I hereby give notke that the
I Ii I ninety (90) days, or both Tax Books are now open for cole -
such fine and imprisonment, at the tlon of taxes for the year A. D. 1997.

t: .. ;: discretion of the Major.I The law provides that any tax payer -
''t t1I I Sec. 2.-That this ordinance shall who shall pay taxes during tbe
,
become effective immediately upon its month of November, shall be allowed -
E Ii +:j t: passage by the Council and approved by the Tax Collector a discount
LIVE OAK I b the Mayor. of two pr centum therefrom and if
Attest: any tax payer shall pay daring the
S P MAYS C. H. BROWN month of December, shall be alloweda
II: I City Clerk. Pres. CounciL discount there4rom of ore per

I II) PUBLISHINGCOMPANY I S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the City centum thereof.
: .1. or Live Oak Florida do hereby cert Any tax paid on or upon T't first.
f:. hat the foregoing Ordinance, No day of January shall for tale' ('.irpoof .e
t *.. tt:. was regularly passed by the City the additions aforfhaul, toe regarded -
t. C" iimcii! on the 6th day of Novem- as paid on the last lay of the
11;
'" !!. t"r. D. 1907 and tbe same is beret -I month in which it is paid
t. 'I. ie lifted to the Major for his apt J. \. MEEK.
I. ; ;,,owl I I Tax Collector;) Suwannee .County, r',l.
.: Witness my band and the seal of d-wkv
,.nl city this 6th day of November,
!i ,: .\ P. 1907 .V Sigh r*rr.iiy .
II !
: LIVE FLORIDA S P. MAYS, City Clerk. i the Lord help you make
OAK t Examined and approved by me Bncklen'g .trnica Salve kaowa to
4. '. th.- :November 6th A. D. 1>>07. all" writes J. G. Jenkins of Chapel
'i J. B. JOHNSON Mayor. Hill. N C. It quickly took the pain
L. i out of a felon for me aDd eared it ina
1 i I OKIIIV,INfHNO. 67. ,. wonderfully! short time. Best on
An ordinance in relation to the a'ti for sores burns: and wounds.
._ . . _. . ._. ....I public health and to prevent the :5c at Barclay & Grover drugstore ;
IHN H spread of certain contagious and In- nov-dw
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: DEMOCRAT- WORDS OF GOOD CHEEK. .endorse because conditions ia many I\$---8---$ S $ $--S-e__ -.,
LIVE OAK DAILY
others counties in the State are Just i
,
; Mr. Roosevelt does talk a good ( :
as they are in Volusia, and partIcular-
,
Published every Afternoon deal perhaps too much but
ly do we endorse the clear discrimination -I
F Except Sunday. sometimes he says just the right : t Confidence :
made between the industrious | r
r thing at just the right time and ,.
"
and law-abidlng'tlegroes and the loafers !
coming from the President of the I ( .f
"
1- CIIAS. W. IRVIN Editor and M'g'r. gamblers and other vicious elements ] -"
United States it is entitled to a Begets enthusiasm, which accounts fori -
t of that race. The great majority 1 ;:
special value In answering the I i I of the the ardor ith which we are pushing IE '
of Southern are
negroes
Cntered at the rostoffice. Lire Oak Secretary of the Treasury approvingthe i -
Florida. Second Class Mall Matte I law-abiding class and these we

;. November, as i. 1905. issue of fifty million dollars of should give hearty encouragement to, i The First National Ml :
Panama bonds at this time so that f
and above all things stop the wry J
the money from their sale can at once i iI
THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. be put in circulation to help relieve bad habit prevalent among so many **Hn

the existing stringency Mr. Roosevelt I I white people of indiscriminately denouncing T Every safeguard is thrown around Nationalist

writes these sensible and timely all negroes alike because of I i They are frequently inspected by agents of tKeSI l I
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be the sins and crimes of comparatively I ,
mailed of the United words which cannot fail to have a troller of Currency, and are called
to
any part few of the whole number The News on )
States pastage prepaid for $5.00 good effect upon the country and says: \ I l sworn statements to him five times eachy r

per year; $2.50 for six months; especially upon those poor dismal "There are undreds of negroes in : l'theJ are under the direct supervision of the Nat '
$1.25 for three months, or 50 cents I souls who fear that everything is en,
I Volu'ia county i ho do nothing but I i al Government and its the staongest
,
on
in advance. Delivered earth
for fire weeks, going to the dogs and that funda-
live off the earnHscs of negro wo--|
to any part of the city by mental conditions are rotten: i Safest
what Veal, anwin by I Banking,
earner for 10 cents per week. men they can
I "What is most needed just at pre- gambling If one *ants tf> hire a !' i Best Methods, f fi
sent is that our citizens should real- ,
---
I
man there Are losing for for Up-to-date Service
There should be a large turnoutof i ize how fundamentally) sound business ; noije ,
work: 0 thI Xj ojrise t come andnever Liberal Treatment.
the farmers ot. Suwannee countyin I conditions\ in this country are, : "I
this cit next MondaVto hear th'3l and how absurd it is to permit themselves show ulTbe houses>- d fit have to I i Conservative Methods.
work Their arlike arsenals :
soil f rok ot to get into a panic and createa ,
expert tlje epartment
; Th carri razor/ guns and l I the National Banks.
Always use
Agriculture! at 1 Vtf" shington. talk I stringenc by hoarding their savings ( I They have

about the d'fftfrentr varieties of Su- instead of trusting perfectly revolvers ,Tbeare J //all kinds Qf'(: I I pered in greater numbers than all other banktod
laws again t ran but seldom :
wanne county dirt and what they sound banks. There is no particle of I T 1 StltutiOnS.Watch '
are arrests" made on tJiis charge We

I will best produce. risk involved in letting business take probably have a hi/h percentage of T us grow, our profits are now as larwj
its natural course, and the peoplecan as
industrious peaceable negroes. Wehave our capital was at our beginning.
help themselves I
and the country I
The troubles of Oklahoma have
some of the best negroes! in the
just begun. She has been admittedInto most)} putting back into active circulation State who work regular and attendto

the Union of the States and \the mone\ they are hoarding their own business. These should !' t fIRST NATIONAL BANK

henceforth it will be one long II
i quarrel be protected in every way. But at i ,
"The and
bavks trust companies ;
between the "ins" and the "outs"in
the same time if the officers do
I are solvent\Tbt're is more their I 1.I
currency -
party politics. A nice genteel Live Oak Florida.
\ duty, old man Edwards ,
in the lhan assall8Dation'j
coftatrj today there i
Territory well governed by honest will be made by the I! ,I

appointees from Washington, is in was a month ag\ when he supplywas grandest cleaning up of trash that .. .
ample; jaaU .000 /n gold has '-$-$- -Si-S. -S-$ ---t-t-
some very impprtantjrespects, a more has ever taken place in Yolusia county :
pleasant cpmmVuty Ion ire in than a been Imported, and\hefcovernment ." : ;

full fledged StakeT
bitter part) feudsVand the petty These ar acts: anc ,7 weal to the : VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AN:) PLEASURE RESORT .
public to The,Republiean party Is run by
wranglings\jeftla/ies and animosities co-as e w h us In re- t
storing normal" bitsinel conditions mighty smart leaders and they have ;
of a swarmrof politicians snap- DOWLING
The a mighty smart way of always ad- PAR'U1IAY
/ ping at each ofner and protestingtheir government will e that the I'

unselfis /love for the dear people people do not softer if nly the people justing their differences no matter

whose votes they seek The best themselves will ac in a normal' how fiercely they have quarreled nor DOMS" UPON, THE SUW'ftFE IIVER"
s
w Crops how far apart they have been on the
thing about statehood for Oklahoma ar.y. are good nd business
i 1
Mineral
condttl ns sound eve of a Presidential election and Springs Hotel and Cotta
t is that she comes in branded Democratic are : a d we should I put the a massing their full forces to knock the
rey w' ha\ Into circulation e
and is likelto
stay so.
In order o meet j he needs of opposition into smithereens. It's an HOT AND COt D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS.ses
WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPML'CPHONE /
undo our. abounding pro elegant! habit and it is a great pi: .
Editor Holly of the O RP- that the Democratic CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. MATir
"There is no party can't catch
analogyat all with
porter Star, went to tharcoming-out I RATES REASONABLE IT MILES FROM LIYEOAK.ONUWMM
onto it
the way things were in 1893 On and'fully adopt it. ForsakT ____ GULF, coN" CTio TiJVEOiiinniiiiADORESS
convention at Ocala, &vA while there
RooseveltNiave
November 30, of that fear there was and been out with

t had Droward a niV, V little which talk Uie vith latter Governor said in the treasury but $161,000,000 in each other for months almost to the I PflRK HOTEL. DOWbl' PflRK. FLORIDfl.\ uYiad

gold On Novt"uber 16 of this year point of personalostility, and the
some thing )f interest. The
Heporter-StaXspe genjfine Cs there was in the treasury $9 4.00"- Democrats have fonhy hoped that -- -- -- ---- -- --- -

of it as follows: 000 of gold. Ten ears ago the cir- Mr. Foraker was going, to head a I I I I 11 U +. t. i I I I I imilHlMl II 1 HHIHDUHMH'' '
"The editorVy the Reporter-Star
chXwlth culation per capita was $23.23, It is great big faction next v e\ar and fatally :
had a social Governor Pro-
now 333. The disturb the harmony of the .f: 1907
steps that you now part THE 19Q?
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ward at Ocala n elicited the fact nut :
read
take the ability of the governmentto I this'di, catch fr$n Wash- .

that the GovatnorV uncertain as to back them UI). and the fact that !ngton under date or November 16 Crescent .
his candidac/ for thd >enate and also 'Senator olio : Pharmacy i \
not a particle of risk is involved Foraker of calledat ,

about the e tra sessioHe said that therein give the fullest guarantees of the White House 'todavlto pay his !;J 10 i

in the evarit the state tVild not raise the sound condition of our people respects to President Roc evelt. The i' + LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. i
the for \pens i
mon/y regular senator said the
and the sound
condition of our with --
to meet the appropriation the only f i
treasur}. All that our people hate the president had been f-neral, but ; i
expedient left would be anextra session | The Prescription Stereo
that the financial Drug
to do now la to go ahead with their questkfti had been ;, :
to these bitU This .
pass
upon normal btt iaeas in a normal fashion discusses with a view t{ the prt'8IdeM's j.. +
leaves the matter in doubt and the '
and the whole difficulty disappear* recomendations to congress oni'!
people upon the anxious seat" ; I t 1
and this the subject of ,
end will be achieved at onceif emergency legislation. | H

each to relieve the situation ,. ---- -
man will act as he normal, Mr" Foraker I| j

The rumor that Governor Uro- does act aDd aa the real conditions Il'ad the roaversatioB was only tenta- 1 1
i
1 ward Into Florida of five and he + It maJ.s III1.lif. It makt'nll
may go journalism the eoalltr) business fully warrant did not wish to say anH I : f t'"III'hll'e

wheq he retires from office affects us his BOW actiag thing for publication. ")1) relations | j 10 rt'rt'A wllare
blxul.uur
hK" : '
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mos4pleasantly. During his term as with the president are most delight- :Eo llank.vonrdofpretriptioi.
to tt rttrite+ v our ,
Governor he has had much to sav fully cordial," torwri1t11011fpt
The smilinglv II -
recent cruel nur of Deputy declared the + lire'. ic IIlI1I _r *
s' in,criticism of the press of this State, I
Sheriff Edwards o\Vo sin county. senator as he left the esecntive office. \tctantillthltn vvecanfiHtto*
and at times has Deemed to think it bv" 'I n,' I
vicious
an 'or less o'imth I I '
a ;$n, >er se, for any newspaper to negro / lnil t nnwtlj. t
F tramp who ties t been t
question the wisdom of hilt policiesXow cap- I i t
4 tured moves th'L/nd News to Even hUB
a man draws the line
,1- would like him to get the I *
these
strong words I !
; which
we he.rih at eating hi .on. !
I benefit of a different point of view *

f and as editor of a newspa -r. see how -- -- -- I : :

tar the removed ehieAexecutlve from infallibility of the State is even\VrI : > M II++++' ++t+++++++++++++++++d+.-t.II'Ii +++++++++-++++4; .i; | Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at J


I would warmly welcome Editor Hro- ; : Reasonable Prices.

Our I Clearing House + Kt us -I U! v.> ., .. .
ward to noble fraternity and .rtr"-+ ni..ian.l >.ll '''ur rirwe"V' H 'u' \\ ""' : I
i H +. T I I.f tn-h aryl nJubl? rni." Bnn( '._ > ,r r _. Ill"', ., ', tt. ,", JxsK1
would chuckle with joy to see him i } + h'i'll, tt :i',"'.,.t ,,-"''''', I'ho"., l""UI orol L', I','Nn,.' &t. I .. ., ,' .n;

launching \Is shafts_ of editorial' J Je i'iiUiVf=

x drewwd criticism in a a a iUle some brief other authority Napoleon who J. CERTIFICATES0000 I It : i I The Cre to'Pharmacy, !


would promwlj retort upon him with .;.

t i blighting scoTn by referring to him asP :t ..,: I LIVE OAK, FLOk'IDV"J t

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"a little 2x1 iditor You remelu> ">r t

the phrase Governor" ? You didn'toriginate ; \Vevish to announce to our friends, customers ,l,: ."J;.! P. S. Use leUher's 66" lor ChtMs and f>vtr. No Cure, >o P rSw t


generations it, bywo-Hticians fur 11 it has been squirming in use for Ii and to the public in general, that we t: *++++++*+++'10++++++++++++++++++++++++Hili.....t'


under press cr{'I Islam: but if our memory will be glad to accept ; =-----


hurled serves that ancient ut corectlvou chestnut at Florida have- 1 It LIVE OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATIONCERTIFICATES J:! PARTV} TICK I 1ST

i
newspaper/ n more than one oc- t

casion and wi/vAnt to ee some Jove t

high Ol at Tallahasseehurl
on
> puup
I +4' tine Ouk to Doling Park on sale dail 44t
it at vi, i a t'w times and carefully at their full face value i iI
obteiW upon a new on purchases of any A.tt at rate of 50 teats r iMd trip .+4h A

hand at the belloks. It has been =>o I i goods at our store. and in settlement of any rJII'I A-++\tttt Minimum of Un feres. (ill on
+
long alnc1we it the first time : In fact t+++++++H1 t.d Agent Phoene 152' for +++
; account. we are anxious to receive : .+ 1 II +..
in our oca e tfclt we have forgotten 1 + ..: +++++++ 4, I-. further lofwfM etiuw.l. r d+++-t III

2 the /enation- I "Little 2x4: editors I them.
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It seem sevt e as a near- -

of flhct it is *erfVctlv' harmlessa I + *sa.- $ .
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f ter | -'YYi's--itW H.ti-4
ss ary7y.
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vegetable petrefacn on which veter i j Siiwannee Hardware j jLIVE
VVL
an editors( regard as tpmething in te Company .l !SELL INOTMIN.O EXt I I 'y I I'I

: Health
nature of a curio in newspaper and Accident Insurance*

',, mu /urns and point 1\' out to ,Osto"sas ; OAK FLORIDA. 'I Anawl, S.m i-Annual. Qu rt rH ,jrMorthi,} pr

i specimen of tk4 now obsolete Pins & l

weapons used in the ardent warfareof L : : J: McENVEN, General Agents I ll\C 0/1 d
P. S.-We need .
a few more good Agents in Nori <,. ,
primitive journalism. +++++++ It 1 m I > H L 1++*1.. | H++++++++++ : :i .... ...>>*WW -
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CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER +: i The Standard Commercial Shcrthar.d an Telegraphy

ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED I ID1rs. ,' ... College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for :1: :

W. A. Whitewelt. Emory Tc:., all graduates.
writes: "My child had chills and fever I "
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recommended Herbine. We used +
nine three bottles and the child ii now com- tI
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Suwannee Drug Company. :+: L. 31. 1IATTOX G. S. STEPHENS ; :;;
LIVE OAK FLA.
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The New Pure 1'
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I-'ole"s Honey and Tar for coughs
I never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark,
: Rail Road colds: and lung troubles is not affected -
I "' VIi Westfield, Iowa, "for my rescue
-.. by the National Pure Food and
from death, by Dr. King's New Dis

; Goes everyWhere North. South p., r"T .., \. Ii Drug other law harmful as it contains drugs, and no opiatesor we recommend COH r)". Both lungs were so seriously -
: : 0 .. .'t! ,: 0 affected that death seemed imminent -
I l: /;:.. ... rC'tJ it as a safe remedy for when 1 commenced"taking New
: East and West. Through Pullman H U' .IJ..JTh children and adults. City Phar- Discovery. The ominous_dtjvjbacking "'-


P service on all trains.CONSULT ;li: o u irirj; i ?"I IlonieVutlirr l\umm. cough used, and quit two before more tlet..oottlwas bottled madea
Alois\f onl Te had decent
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complete Nothing has ever
cure.
LAXATIVE eoiiiji remedy weather on Su il.yfor our garden
equaled New Discovery for coughs,
! FOlUEU,1{ party! What d s jour rheumatism colds and all throat and lung com
THE "PURPLE ) For coui hv co'rtv throat and lung indicate?"
Guaranteed &
trouble :\0' uiatc.v ::..mniiohiIic.Gocxl .I plaints. by Barclay
,.. .. for: ever. body. Soldcr%, where. "For the present JVarm and fair: Groover druggist. SOc and $1.00<< : ....
it then wind vUll turn cVst, fog and
t I The genuine Trial: bottle free. novdw'Nos
ram." -FJi l"nde Hlae er.j .
For detailed informotion, schedules, rates :j FOLEY'S HONEY anti TAR is in i ... --
iYellowpackage.;, Kefuseut>utute >." }',s Mi t ale.
and reservations see nearest ticket N i .\I'P.:1icitl-:
1 C your Prepared only by Amelia-HeVkert. tear, your office

agent, or write or call on i n.:. Foley &. Company Cl icage.Thre' Is due la a large measure to abuse '. OB Orange str 'ylsn't it?

1 n of the bowels, by employing drastic Herbert Yes!/\hy?
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1 J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic I Coast Line, i iI Ii \o te urgatires. To avoid all danger, use Amelia Th rs wtat I told papa.
I I only Dr. King's Xew Liver Pills, the He made suci 'a funn-\mistake about '
Live Oak, Florida. Uf' talking, you can't beat Herbine for tale, gentle cleansers and iarigor- you the otb..r da>. lit said he'dbeen

the liver. The greatest regulater ators. Guaranteed to cure _ad- I looking; you up in Brad street.Chicago1Tribune. .--
01 -"- .- : ever offered to suffering humanity. If
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f' ache. biHoaRess, malaria and .
ou suffer from liver cotnpla'nt. If
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I jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drug
f FRANK C. BOYLSTON, District Passenger Agent > >IMI are bilious and fretful Us your I store. %5c" nOtdtr'Fi.eI I'h \o Reason
Fla. liter, and Herbine will put it ta its
Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, :
, !>roi*>r condition. .\ positive care for I II why your baby should be thin and
;1 I It I for I'LuiMH."Your
Constipation, Biliousness Dyspepsia I I .rviful daring the night. Worms aret
JII :::::I !1l1: IIiIlddln:: ; 111It coil ono ater colors Is
t and all ills due to a torpid liTer. TI'1\\ \ : e cause of thin sickly babies. It
_. ver>- nice. said it/ Swellman. "but '
t - a uitle and you will never use anyrt t} I :s natural that a healthy baby should
have you BO oil uuntiags?
ins else. Sold by Suwannee Drug I 1 be fat and sleep well. If your baby
"No. indeed. ai Mrs. Nurite&
! Real Estate For Sale. Company. &oy-4w. Ii "I don't consiiVrr th\t safe." I' Oft aot retain its food, don't ex- .
;i -.-- I "Not aaferf \ ,>erin>ent with colic euros and other
1 i Them. j jThe medic'ae but bottle of White's
. : Wh.\Mumped try a ;:
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. t Foreui\n (back for instructle Cream Vermifuge and you will soon
One hundred acres joining town on Columbus ri>ad.Onthuadree grounds >-Jedge. 'e're ash tang'd 8"I Philadelphia Press.D.tttctttg Ie your baby have color and laugh as :
j and twentg on Hock road adjoining oemerery
1 jlIrty acres one mile north of Court House on Kook rlla.!. cOB<>erDtD' \etjffmoBy of Jim It should. Sold by Suwannee Drug -
Plover Fatal
4 hundred and sixty it-res, one mile from Court House.Fear I 8o< choice residence lots on Duval street. The Court-QfaXjou know what Many men and women catch cold
r One choice residence lot on Georgia avenue. at dances which! terminate IB pneumonia ,
'to do with It?
W from Live Oak. : jtealrl.
acres road, three miles
. Tune will be The Foreman\Ve 'Viowed Jest and consumption. After ex- Knicker-TheW *n plenty ot
give. ; on purcha' s
: SPERRINGS.dw I what to do with it. tell w,diakiyered posure, if Foley's Honey and Tar Is books telling how\fc save life white

: J.V.. *her he'd told th' truth in one place. taken it will break up a cold and BO I waiting fir a dod&r\

t ( -Puck. serious results need be feared. Refuse Bocker Yea/ What we seed i is

any but the genuine in a yellow one telling thf young d\etor how III

: \. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I L. .\. ClIA\\roKI. VncttntsnI* I oHows a eot.l package. save his life while waiting for Hipatient. .'

t -- i prBLlC STENOGRAPHER but never follows the use of Folejr's .-Harper's Batar.
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Honey and Tar. It stops the cough In CcMU-xr< ../ Tim*.

: 1fI E. BROOMS, I Office Upstairs.Citieus heal aad strengthens the lungs a..iprevents MiffkiBs-It K Jaid' that aggressive Take some good reliable and safe

lUuk Bulhlin, pneumonia. City Pfcarmacy. Impulsive! nrMe' usually nave d'gestan like: KODOL for dyspepsUKODOL .

% OAK -;- -;- FLORIDA. BOT' black eyes.BiffkinsT. \ is thf best remedy known today -
: !\E Y&COUNSELORATLAW.LIVE
'at's ri\tt If they fr heart hum, belching and ah
: ,.j LYE O.uc.-: FLORID.-\ i --- I'r In+k nce. haven't got them at \st. they got troubles arising from a disordered

It.Y -11 aU the c..arts of the State., Culteetian S\1tJe j i I, T. J. LYLEPractical There is tfelWrallr a good deal of them later Chk-aeo!: Hailx New; digestion It ii pleasant to take and
1- alyen to Convt'yal\CtlI
... ...ELc. AU bufcinea promptly att ...t. : 1 humor to be BptpWd in a political I affords r .h"' prompM- Sold by.

campaign" f \ Best r'i "> 11 h f"'r r.i'tf-r-- 0 ::1->> : Live Oak Dr'l": Co. nov
OfUTPu'UCSTU' AT
LAKGC.'WATCHMAKER' AND JEWELER "1 know tt. Look\ that primary Kennedy-- !. i\M. c' "I"i'! .1: I'
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DR J. W. WEST 35 year'sjHnence ioke."--Baltimore Ameraan. tastes Dt', ,' .1! .,- '" : .: Some nt.. nII,1 .*! widows an orphans .
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hand. it contains no opiate Sold by Llvoi *-.-! T '" q.lare tN: mIves! bfy
always on
I t. PhVtt-hn.. in-i Stir "'On. I, Goo stock of Watches I ,'nt to tt"1.1..."'f
f\ ---- g The Postmaster of Oascoaado Mo. i i Oak I'ru4 Co n 'y t1I ; :

- Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue.Retidency Haniel A. Hugh, says, "I cannot -;a' -- -- --

. at Ethel Hotel. its (1 Jritablee too much for your Kidney ft Bladder I f .laiIiPiI. \\ .' -. ired the agency for

--- No..l,. to jour horses as well as to yourself- lllls. I feel like a new man." IX:- ..;: .,hy : l' > .. fruit Syrup, the new
f' deocex,,.. oft
3 or W. I from pains ,
suffer
You need not Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills an .. ekes the liver lively
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: ""[Store(BareUv Groover)N. IlL need not ,utter.It t."- : ..
.,. c.1. any sort-your horse sold by Live Oak Drug Co. BOTH! 'r Retailtie fun!*). !hon.. ir''f .. I p'filho.o; the breath, cures headache
o 1f1I. t'. E..THoaAlG" Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment. S-; .1 I .". ,h Mi I i Ntwl'rI -- and r-:'.'&*>.- the dilative organs.
It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts BROwS -- --- -
& TIIOMASON J .t 01'1 I IKntrker
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writes 1
Ilakersfield. Mo., : '"" v pir"1a"':'. dw'
Liniment for ten -Tt s of money iii! I 1'1'< ,- / \\ "i 1. .
have used your --- --- ---
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have ever .
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Drug
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