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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 22, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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4.Tcrk. NOT. 21.-Considerable New York, Nov.. 22. Justice

In commercial financial Wyatt fa the cot of, special sessions -

lufacturiBg circles through yesterday, bild W. R. Hearstfor

Country is indicated in revaritfus .:;I: .- ::::-' --.....;!-S'... '_ the grand jury on a charge of
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oM' centen which .- -.V criminal libel, by William
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been received by R. G. Dunn & a--::0-= Astor Chanler. S. 1S. Carvalho gave

E,dome of the cities where the -.. -.,.-..-; .... .. '::==-. ball for Mr. Hearst
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at strtagency was most severe- -..- . The charge against Mr. Hearst

weak ago have a steadily -.......- :.r :Qr grew out of a publication in the New
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I supply of currency and as .:.s .- .. rr.CI York Evening Journal concerning the
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S' busliess in general Is in a ,;. .c.C.frc.0 : :. -. .,. fool' .;...t.' case of Raymond Hitchcock, the 1

state. The Increase "'"- ; t..&. ;: .. p--: .... .{ actor. ,
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t*rcurrency supplies at Minneapolis .... .} \-t-_ h ::;: ..r.= '5"'o" "ct The grand jury, it is said, has already -
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.made itY possible for the larger v_"e.,. -_. -'0. -, '-J, '",,"'!:>3 :>.a s-rc'C undertake* ai) Investigation of

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result trade is asng Co .. : ... score or more witnesses have been
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Ibturbafce In money matters '>. _.. 'O -!pcfft CURES RAD KIDNEYS.
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WRECK AT DADE CITY. .I' ..,. "" Q' C __- -cs-- v .
,;it t c..; :? ;;-'- --1": """ '" Bladdertl Trouble -
... or } 01Rhetunatlsm.
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Me* Kil M and a Train Smash. '1..01'- "_ _-' I <<::t .. .

r f to Pieces. .. -Tr+Qg in New York Press.Council Recent hospital rdPorts show that

1 (Oca a Star, 19th.) the. dread disease, rheumatism, is
IN Proceedings.Live .Barclay. throughout
steadily Increasing the
t1frl&htflprreck occurred a mile Oak Fla., Nov. 11, or Nays--None. country. All known means of relief

A'ot Dad,i City yesterday morn- City Council met In I In By vote of Council the Marshal are being suggested to save the great
tit I o'clock. A Seaboard freight Instructed to have scaffold
was a
amount of suffering this winter, especially -
;"kI1e running at a high rate Present: C. H. Brown, built for drying the city hose. among those who are not

:, sprejd the rails just at the Council and Aldermen S. On motion adjourned. in a position to pack tip and visit the

fer.,,,task oft ten-foot grade and J. E. Wood, D. G. Bardin J. a H. BROWN, noted health resorts to be treated. '

I. the track; The' engine* turned clay,,W.. J. Hlllman and T. President of Council. Recent tests prove :eumatism not t

i Ue'td"own' the. embank- S. P. MAYS City Clerk.
exactly disease in tself but
a
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tt and sevn of the freight cars son.Read
and approved
I severe symptom of kidney trouble a
,piled up |n a heap. The colored meeting.The THE RANKS ARE SOUND condition caused by cli gged up pores

"ana.was instantly killed and was following bills against I e of the eliminative tissues in the kid- r

.* eompletelyburied beneath the were approved and ordered its Says Willianl J. Bryan-Xo Reason. neys which fall to filter the poisonous -P

Reckage thaiRJmft ,.he could not be re- Est. C. Y. Byrd, $3; lor Fright. waste matter and uricadd from

until a:most dark. A colored Manufacturing Co., $ the blood permitting; these sub-
Connellsvil e, Pa., Nov. 20.-Hon.
nkejnan en he front part of the $6 W.. E. Hatcher $ -
berg,
; ; William J. Brtan. In his lecture here stances to remain In Jhe veins and $
:.was seri usly injured and died L. Gardner. $10.50; T. by decompose, usually settling about the t
the financial situa-
tonight spoke on
,night Strange to say the $1.50; J. B. Johnson $ joints and muscles causing the Intense -
tion, the that most banks are
r,, although penned between Haddock $75; R. H. belief pain swelling add stiffness of
sound and therein secure.
foglne_ an I tender in a small i (streets) $167.10; Mays ; He said: deposits 1 rheumatism. I

:, WM'aln ost entirely uninjured. i J. S. Klnkald. $35.74; M. A well-known specialist who has
"As to the financial
con-
r tthe, ofi daIs of the road, a ware Co., $4; Live Oak S. present probably treated more bases of rheu-
dition, I believe the cause is to be
Wtlneerf we are told, was serl- 33.33; HInely Stephens matism than anyone ase, and whois
found in Wall street speculation. In-
,!'nanrpd. One of the wrecked Niagara Falls Co., $12.70; have also the most successful\ gives the
vestigations shown the fictions
Yuoad d with stock and two Blume fe'Co., $48.81; } following simple treatment, which j '
character of som jbf the'stock and
.'jjre. kjjled and several injured. Bros., $1.25; W. D. Wright mismanagement which has character- is harmless and inexpensive, and so '-

fre ca s of coal oil tank cars B. Walker $40.-Total $ Ized some of the larger corporations.When simple that anybody can mix It at F t I

[jW car laded with pianos. The Reports pf Marshal Tax Became home. f +
the public : aware of
!as tf cleared away until last Treasurer and Waterworks ex- the The ingredients are: Fluid Extract i;
: the character of stock. they had
tendent were approved as Dandelion one-half Ounce; Compound +-
been buying, they began to disposeof
ordered filed.A Kargon one mince; Com-
their holdings and their resulting

WOMAN, THEN HIMSELF.P communication from shrinkage in values. affected some of pound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
making various ounces. Go to any good prescription c
r the New York, banks and trust com- r
Tr Involving Death of the Council was read and panies closely,Identified with specula- pharmacy and get thesa three vegetable -

[;pU and Wife of Another. filed. By vote of Council, substitute'J tive transactions. Runs on these ingredients and mthem by

shal was Instructed to banks shaking in a bottle, taking as a dosea t
Fla| Nov. 20.-Karl Chris- frightened other depositorsand
constructed a after each meal and
It once to have teaspoonful
New York banks found
finally
., years of age shot and killed
west side of. Ohio again at bedtime.
renca, Williams early this walk on themselves, unable to return the reserves ,
south of postoffice abutting that But.unless you go to the trouble to
the)turned the revolver onmdlcting : had been deposited by
of Miss Emma Parshly.By ask the druggist for the Dandelionand
a fatal wound. R.1tmse outside banks. These outside banks
husband arrived on vote of Council the not being able to withdraw their Sarsaparilla separately, and then i

tendent of Waterworks was buy one ounce Kargon Compound, in
efle ,ofj the tragedy in a few funds, have in some cases found it
sufficient the an original (unopened) package,
tad lad to be forcibly prefcwni ed to borrow necessary to limit.the withdrawalsfrom
which to pay running plainly printed Guaranteed No. 108
|killing himself. Mts.n the funds which they had at
water works.Ordinance. of under National Drug Ijaw and mix:
formerly Miss Florence hand I believe the banks throughout -
'- : No 60, which the Kargon with the ther Ingredi-
,of? u menille. S. C., and the country are for the most part
at a J. ents at home you had better
ed its first reading your
a'mother In perfectly sound and there is no rea-
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living
Council on July 8th, 1907, not use this effective prescription at
'w State. I son why the depositors should be
.;I t all. It be worse han useless
called up and put upon afraid to leave their money In them" may
'. III. reading being read by perhaps even harmful, and your Hi

1Cs Thanksgiving vote of Council It passed I ONLY GOVERNOR'S SIGNATUREIs I money wasted. Under f no circumstances -

rttIb. Nov. 19.-President reading. Said ordinance of accept the prescription all

year is to vary his put upon Its third reading Its ready prepared, nor accept any excuse
Lacking to Make Alabama a DryState
day plan and, instead passage being read by of for offering it to tou that way.

Pine Knot, Va., where Upon call of the roll, the I Year After Xt t. Purchase separately therKargon Compound -

v It owns an estate will vote was recorded. the Montgomery, Ala.J Nov. 29.-The No 10S Guarantee, as explained -

a = trip Montpelier. I Ayes-T. S. Anderson Carmichael prohibition bill as it pass- above and mix these three

a a few miles this side I Wood. ed the Senate yesterday was approved ingredients at home I yourself, or

Ie, on the Southern Xays-c. H. Brown, S. : of by the House today by a vote of don't use at all. f # r

details of the day's D. G. Bardin J. M. 70to4. i I There Is nothing better In the

:** yet not been made J. Hillman. the I It will be sent to[the Governor at world for backache kidney and blad-
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;lt not known whether So ordinance No. 60 (' once der trouble, too. Such symptoms as

c.intends to try his luck Ordinance No. 61, The law Is effective 1909, at which. frequent and painful urination, sore- -

9"shooting or whether its first reading at a time the sale of all liquors, except alcohol ness, weakness general and nervous h j

: ito,> be of another body on July 8th 1907, for medical 'purposes must debility are caused by certain acids '

:tip is to occupy but called yp and upon motion cease in the State.A and poisonous waste ,matter, decayed

,the departure being Anderson duly seconded a State officer with a salary of $5- tissue etc., In the blood which the ,

House in the morn- wis unanimously adopted 000 a year is to be appointed to en- kidneys will clear and purify after a 1 1a

M. force the law. few doses of this F
before. dark. ance No. 61, which said prescription. y +
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;1 NEW\ MARKET AND GROCERY, !* Make Money in Jacksonville Real



H. B. CREECH Prop. I TEN DOLLARS STARTS YOU. $, _-

>' [At }Hingson's Old Stand] i w E HAVE DECIDED TO PLACE ON SALE a Special Fall Com >-

Fresh meats, both Western and Florida. :i: of Investment Jacksonville Real Estate that will at once appeal .to\

\ Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and VegetablesA man and woman who can place as much as $10 a month in a real estate',

t: SPECIALTY. .1 ing accouet. The combination at the low price made is just as sure t()"'

a fifty:to one hundred per cent profit as Jacksonville is sure to gtuw-

, Terms Cash. takes in three of the most rapidly developing sections of Jacksonville'"corners" ,

" .. lill' I I I : 'I" I II I I I I: II I! I I I i I I II:! the situation and makes the small investor absolutely sure ofc i-

I" ___ + lots in the Fall combination
t. profits. By buying three Special the invests\

1 save $150 on the present selling prices. The three lots [any choice from*

t in this combination, and their present selling prices follow: l>

+ Murray Hill Heights, approached by .beautiful Highway ;
: avenue, paved, or from St. Johns drive paved near the t
r Tlwc t new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
:I: way and a sub-division that is all white, and extremely $ 200.\

) LL PURPOSES :): popular, present selling price.... -....... ..............,...... t
4 Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and :

1 r i Kings road, in front of the Edward Waters College site :.

The "CHARTER" :I: and adjacent to more new cottages than any other section $3 5 0; I

Gasoline Engines of Jacksonville, present selling price................. .

: 1 East Grand Park, approached by beautiful Kings road a

r 1 I Will furnish power at a trifling cost fore + mignificent: suburb, high-class, .
-'. "I fi farmer,'cry purjiose.utilize No enjjinvcr;: required. Every t rapidly" developing, present selling pnce,0 -
can The "Charter in a doenwats.
;, +c "'e hate them in any horse lower.We + :
are the largest dealers in Florida, and ,
:J can simpi.t! jour wants at a saving to ,'ou. i TOTAL $ 7 00
We also sell Marine lnnf"i: : ; Motor Boat I t -
r' Supplies; Pipes; ittings:etc.. VVe will sell these combing=
Write for beautiful, illustrated
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catalog
No. 9 I i tions limited number, and $ 5 5 0 i H

===== I until otherwise advised for -

; FLORIDA
= GAS ENGINE
s
.. r- : The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bought only m :
4 AND SUPPLY CO. :t these combinations, at the phenomenally low rate of $550. and on the easy terms of S1Q :

TAMPA FIAu f cash and $10 a month without interest or'taxes. :.

jl$ Only a limited number of, these combinations Nvill be sold. Therefore, ACT QUICK.

----.- Leave the selection to us and we will give you absolutely the best choice unsold, guaran.. -
l teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots.. We issue a straight coniract for deed. .
STOP YF.U KICKIVStop NOTICE APPLICATION }'O1 t
CHAF.TKK. I Our titles are'absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry.
yer klckin 'bout the times- PLACE SAVINGS IN
Notice is hereby given that the JACKSONVILLE DIRT. i
Git a hustle on you; undersigned incorporators will, after Jacksonville, the gateway to Florida is the most i
rapidly growing city in all the South
f Skirmish 'round and grab the dimes 'I ,
four weeks publication of this notice
perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six it is l
Ef the dollars shun you. apply to Honorable N. B. Broward, years ago, today a city of over fifty
Croakin' never bought a dress, ... Governor of the state of Florida, for thousand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan city- :
I" Growlin' isn't in It. the issue of Letters Patent incorporating made up of a fine citizenry from all sections of the world.. It is one of the cleanest,health .
them as a body corporate under I I lest, ccost beautiful cities of its size in America. It is a city of magnificent homes
Fix yet
peepers on success the corporate name of BrownThomason churches, schools.. It is a cifd with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach .
Then go in and win it. Drug Company, with the following I every
( port of the world. Great trunk railway lines
"Times is gettin good agin- proposed charter hereto attachedto t connect the four corners of the Unite ,
kin.. this notice: I+ States.. It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe, sound, profitable real estate <
to them all
Try help you ,,
C S. BROWN, investments. It has never had a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values .
7 : Don't sits round with han ln' Up, F. E. THOMASON, I follow natural causes. The city is growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming tk '

l That is sure to floor ).ou. V.W.GRANBURG H. JONES, centers of business and residential activities.. Real estate values in the city alone increased ,
Try to get a better grip W. L. ULMER.Cvpy $ over a million last 'ear-the suburbs increased in a greater proportion.

On the work before you; of Charter. LOOK
US
UP !
Put some ginger in your words Article 1. The name of this corporation ,
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When greet a neighbor shall be BrownThomasonDrug The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of
d' you Company, with its place of business I $500,000 and assets of $SOOOC().
Throw jour troubles to the birds in the city of Live Oak, Florida, Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the Sooth.
Get right down to labor. together with such other branch ol- As to our reliability and financial standing ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE.

An' yer'll notice every day fices in said State or United States DEVELOPMENT CO.,
Things is comin' right jour way. as may be determined upon by the Jacksonville Fla
{ tion.Board of Directors of said corpora I. I' i on the 1st and 15th of each month THE INVENTORR' GUIDE. If you

Stop jer kickin', get a hold Article 2. The general nature o( ||I real estate and desire to place your surplus savings in the safest and
Of the wheel and turn it, the business on earth, tell to send this
or businesses to be tran- j us paper to you a few months FREE.
You kin never handle gold sacted by said corporation shall be a
( J. D. CO.
'Less you try to earn it. general retail drug business, Including Ii.A .
Brush the cobwebs from jour eyes,j the buying and selling for profit i I i 611111111IUllllllltrIlUUtUIIIII.U'IU' f '
I of all drugs, chemicals, toilet articles, '
Stop jer blam'd repinin'An and each and every other goods i)
t t jer'll notice that jour skies wares and merchandise usually car-I! poration. and until and before said #
t Allus'll be shinin'. ried in a business of like character; : first annual meeting, the business or JUST ARRIVED :
If you hain't the nerve to try, to maintain and operate for profit a i businesses of said corporation shall
I be conducted by a President a Vice-
wholesale drug business '
including
I Sneak away somewhere and die.
; the manufacture of drugs and chemi-, President and a Secretary and treasurer I
, cals, and all other articles incident to and until said meeting, C. S. 2 Cars
f I A Hard Debt to 1'ay. said business; to maintain and operate I Brown, Live Oak, :Fla., shall be President Flour,
for profit a retail and wholesale i ; F. E. Thomason, of Live Oak, .1
7 "I owe a debt of gratitude that can mercantile establishment I Fla, shall be Vice-President and W.
engaging 1 Car
f never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark, therein in the buying manufacturing I L. Ulraer, Live Oak Fla., shall be Meal and Grits, *
\Vestfield, Iowa, "for my rescue and sale of all classes of comraodifej: Secretary and Treasurer; and all of
from death, by Dr. King's New Dis Incident to said business; to buy I the undersigned incorporators, to- 1 Car Carckers and '
own. rent or otherwise use and dispose wit C. S. Drown, F E. Thomason, Candy.
: covery. Both lungs were so seriously of real estate, houses and lots I I W L. rimer, V Granberg and W. II.
; affected that death seemed immin and timber lands; to enjoy all the Jones shall compose the Board of

ent, when I commenced taking New benefits* privileges, rights and franchisee Directors. Let us have orders for Apples '
Article 6. The highest amount of
your
Discovery The ominous dry, hack : guaranteed by the laws of the
State of Florida, in the indebtedness or liability to which the
ing cough quit before the first bottle conduct of corporation can at time Bananas Oranges
the aforesaid business. any subject Grapes, Nuts
was used, and two more bottles madea Article 3. The amount of the itself shall be twice the amount of its I ,
complete cure.." Nothing has eves c"pital stock of said corporation shall capital stock at said time actually and Candies.
equaled Xew Discovery for cough be Ten Thousand Dollars ( $10OOtH, paid in to said corporation. i'
consi-tin of one hundred shares, Article 7. The names and residences Remember the Tampa Club Cigars
colds and all throat and lung com of the subscribers
to the
stockof
which said shares shall be of >
plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & value of one hundred dollars ( $100)par>> said corporation is as follows {I They are the best.

4 Groover druggist.. 50c and. 11.00. per share, and said capital stock may C. S Brown, Live Oak, Florida, !
Trial bottle free. rov-dw be paid for in cash, merchandise, twenty shares. : Pay us in Clearing House Certificates
labor and services, all of which shallbe F E. Thomason, Live Oak, Florida' | IFi..
All helpful service is born of s 'm- approved in value bthe Board of twenty shares.
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Directors; said capital stock may be W H. Jones Orange Bend, Florida Live Oak
pathy. increased in the discretion of said twenty shares. j Brokerage & ConiniissiNICOa4
corporation in the sum of Tiventj- V Greaberg, Live Oak. Florida '
A Methodist MinUter Kecominrnd* five Thousand Dollars ( $:5tOoJ>, ten twenty share i
per cent of which aid capital stock i
Chard t'rlaitt's Cough Koiuedjr.. shall tie paid in to said Company be- W. L. Ulmer, Live Oak, Florida, :' OLDIA. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT "
twenty shares.
We have used hambt rlain.s Cough tore the issuance of Letters Patent

Remedy in our home for seven years, Article 4. The term for which State of Florida \'isiting Merchants are Cordially!! 0" '., J t.. f ": e their' heIi
County of
Snwannee.
this corporation is to exist shall quarters while in the citr
benin :
and it has always proved to be a reliable Before me this i I
.t>-p re jears day personally I -
reiredy.e have foud that it Article 5: The regular annual came C. S Brown, F. E. Thomason.I ---- =---r--
-- --- -----
would do more than the manufacturers meeting of tbe stockholders of said W L. rimer, W H Jones and \'.
'claim for it. It Is especially corporation **M be held in the office Granberg, to me well known who on p. A. WARRENJ.GfNP.RAL
good for croup and whooping cough, of the Company in Live Oak. Florida, oath and deposes acknowledged and says that the they signed -
on Tuesda after the first Monday in foregoing
Rev. James A. Lewis, proposed charter
for the
Janurrj of each year at which time uses and
Pastor Milaca, Minn. M. E. Church. said stockholders shall elect a Boardof purposes therein set forth. REPAIR SHOP-
Chamberlain's cough Remedy i. Directors and attend to such otbf'rmattt"f8 In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto -
as shall properly before set my haad and seal this November -
sold Barclay & Groover and all come
by
14,
1997
said ..rkholders in meeting assembled OUR THE AUCTION: HOUSE.We .
druggists. noy-w. ; and the Board of Directors B.V.. HELVEX3TOX.Xotary .
elected by said stockholders at said Public. are now ready for business. Furniture t -.ring, leatbt

Folks who expect failure 3 Ido tame as soon thereafter as practical, repairing, harness, shoes, etc.
mshall elect a President a Vicepresident loathing the (:an, '. .
std
are disappointed. and a Secretary: and Treasurer, Lady (to blind beggar-\\"bere's' For any kind of novelty work, such as oak sa::, wash ,;.

the last of which two offices may be the boy who used to lead YOU round. wardrobes writing desks, book and show cases, boxes re '

DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel held bone and the same person, andat ni> poor man! erators, center or dining tables, made to order. Picture fr '
Salve is healing and soothing. Good such first annual meeting tt e f _
made of
Board of Directors elected as aforesaid to ?rder.r e will varnish, paint .-r enamel all kind x
fQr piles. Sold by Live Oak Drug shall adopt bv-laws for the gov-;|busttress niture pianos, organs and mantels. \Vt. to do the bGive .
Company. nov-d ernment of the affairs of said cor- dorfer Dlaettet mean ..
I us a trial. Charges reasonable.I .

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ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED :I: The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy

MM. W. A. White-well "fimory, Tex., ;I; College all in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for ra }

writes: "My child had chilli and fever graduates.
for four years. We tried all kind of
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medicines, and finally aa acquaintance of SCHOLARSHIPS
n mine recommended Herbine. We used
three bottles, and the child U now completely a.

to publish cured.this You testimonial have my as permission I cheer I $40 $50 ; $75 and $90UUTC

fully recommend Herbine to all mother ,
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i having children afflicted at mine. }
kf URGE BOTTLE SOc GET THE GENUINE

BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. \ FOR FREE. CATALOGUE AND SPECIAL CIKCULARS.

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SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street

Suwannee Drug Company. : L. 31. HATTOX t. s. STEPIIE S, I
LIVE OAK FLA
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I Give a small boy a pin and soon There Is a lot of difference : successful man is --e--

I both will be on mischief bent.Appendicitis saving money and hoping to i his mistakes when they don't
I by it. i against him.
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The Postmaster of have secured
e the 'agency for
j; Is due in a large measure to abuse
Goes where North. South 1 I of the bowels by employing drastic Daniel A. Bugh, says, "I Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new
every ( purgatives. To avoid all danger use too much for your Kidney & that makes the liver lively
Pills. I feel like a new maD the breath headache ..
cures
East and West. Through Pullman only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the
| Witt's Kidney and Bladder regulates the digestive organs.
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( f safe, gentle cleansers and o-
sold by Live Oak Drug Co. chronic constipation. Ask
us
service all trains. head-
on f ators. Guaranteed to cure
It. City
Pharmacy. dw
malaria and I
ache, biliousness
Many think they repent the
jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drugstore
l %Sc. nov-dw' when they only fear the up the little tasks of today .

CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER" i you will be ready for the big j
I The New Pure Food and of tomorrow.
Gray matter is all right la its
We are pleased to
place-and so is the long green.
1t' I Foley's Honey and Tar for remedy for mothers to use is

4 For detailed informotion, schedules, rates There Is Xo Reason colds and lung troubles is not Laxative Cough Syrup It ,

and reservatione, see your nearest ticket | why your baby should be thin, and ed by the National Pure nearly as good as maple sugar
law it
contains
Drug as no : no opiates. Sold by Live
1I fretful during the night. Worms are i
7 agent, or write or call on | It or other harmful drugs, and Drug Co. nor-d
babies.
I I tte cause of thin, sickly
. commend it as a safe
: | is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe
, : )- L.;: BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, } frt and sleep well. If your baby I children and adults. City hard to stay blue when you are
H !? the lot of another.
Live Oak Florida. does not retain Its food don't experiment -:
The wise small boy ; -
I with colic cures and othermedicine
when the teacher laughs.Thre's some good reliable and safe
OR ., but try a bottle of White'sCrea'1l
I. ftfRMK Vermifuge, and you will soon like KODOL for dyspepsia.
Xo rue Is the best remedy known to-
C. BOYLSTON District Passenger Agent fi se your baby have color and laugh as
talking, can't beat for heart burn, belching and all
you
Coast Line R. R. Jacksonville Fla. it should. Sold by Suwannee DrugCo. I
;Atlantic I ovdw'I the liver. The greatest arising .from a disordered
; r ever offered to suffering stion. It is pleasant to take and '1
::: : ::: Ii;: m= I I you suffer from liver relief promptly. Sold by
who carries chipson
Even the man
you are bilious and fretful, Oak Drug Co. nov*
both shoulders doesn't w<***arlly
I liver and Herbine will put

; Real Estate For Sale. walk upright. proper condition. A positive are free from any divinity so '

f 1 ; He Fought at Gettysburg.David !II Constipation, Biliousness, as you despise any humanity. ;
1 I IJ j and all ills due to a torpid

. Parker of Fayette, X. Y., I'a ottle and you will never novdw"A with lesser lives is born

t;w hundred acres joining town on Columbus road. who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: 1 thing else. Sold by the larger life. '' t
t's .:}Osebondree and twentg on Rock road adjoining cemerery grounds.! "Etectrlc Bitters have done me more :( Company.
: : *! rtT acres one mile north of Court House on Rock road. medicine I ever took.
good than I
any
<. yn hundred and sixty rt-res, one mile from Court House. l"ut'umonL'ollows a Cold
For several I had stomach I
?choice years
residence lots Duval
street.
on It makes
some women never follows the use of Foley's
One
choice resIdence lot on Georgia avenue. trouble and paid out much money i
'S -. IM Beres on upper Spring road, three miles from Live Oak. for medicine to little purpose uatil ; happy to be sorry for and Tar. It stops the cough, ;
-'Mme will be given on purchases. d.\II 1 began taking Electric Bitters. 1 I I 1I and atreagtbeos the' lungs and ;
I Cured of Hrigbt'si Ui' l peeumo la. City Phar1- .
SPERRINGS. would not take $&00 for what tHY i
. t s J. W. ha\e done for me." Grand tonic foi I Mr. Robert O. Burke, r. nor* e .t k r

,. ', I tbe axed and for female weakmsse i Y., writes: "Before I started

Great alterative and body builder; Foley's Kidney Cure I hd' to of the charity that begins at
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PROFESSIONAL I A. I!
CARDS. sure cure for lame back and weak troD twelve to twenty times never gets outside the house. ;

r11.Os. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, kidneys. Guaranteed by Barclay & I and I was all bloated up with

.. E. BROOME, Office Upstairs, Grower drvggist. 50c. nov-dw" aDd my eyesight was so about the road to heaven

: i CitUous lUnk Building, could scarcely see one of they same as walking in it.
;,., It's an easy matter to give advice I across the room. I bad
w""* EY&CoUNSELORATLA V. I LIVE OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA. but it Is difficult to get people to hope of living, when a friend

Id: g- ...., >tIYt OAI:. : FLORIDA. I have faith enough in you to use it.- mended Foley's Ktdaey Cure. ni ;:
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.,Jj llIII-the court of the State.. Spee- I i T. J. LYLE Chicago New T teat bottle worked wonders FV9U 4 { he
seen to Conveyance. Collection i fore I bad taken the third
AU bu Practical
mea promptly aUendl -
bVbll I lie Charitable I dropsy bad gone U well a* GH* ljTI 4

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j' J W. WEST ; 35 year's: experience You need not suffer from palag of !

Good stock of Watches always on hand. I any sort-your horse need not nffer.
bysician and Surgeon. ; --- Try a bottle of Ballard's Sao.Uai- 1 Its a good thing to i iLa.l : .w
A I [ who consider you a good .
Urwa i ment. It cute all pains. J. M. Roberta -
COVKILXOK: :
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Building.
Ohio Avenue. XK\V OKLAHOMA 'I') r Ir }
iI I Bakers eld, }fo., writes: "1 I I
'ney at Ethel Hotel I r .. oJ \. : . "
Ha 168 have used your Liniment for tern j A Slsiiifieant Prayer. -
IViiH>craticGuthrle. I ; '
Said to IkXursins: a '"
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Not H or lion.113udav "rl' idenlial B4e. I years and find it 'to be the beat I i -")lay the Lord help I' A, h s e C.. ,.: .:. .:l.t.I..

dt jroover)No 1& Nov. IS.-Person- have ever used for ma* or *,t. i Backlen's Arnica Salve -''''- ,
ha.Ills" Okla. r I r (..u ha. lO,:.,.. \ :: .. .1 '."
r F. E.TBOMASON al friends: of Governor Haskell main- Sold by Scwaanee Drug Co. oovdw"You I an." writes J. G. Jenkins, of t!: ;..... ., .,'11.. '. ': ,,' ;
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& THOMASON tain that he Is quietly nursing a Hill, X. C. It quickly took \ :- '

;n presidential bt'and is grooming never will! have the ;>rivilese out of a teou: for me and :,

himself as a logical Democratic candidate of s. !l.I.a1h: > without 'h- ;i.r'cof? suffering a W011dt.'fuJ.sj'rt! time" _\I.'

259.c NS& SURGEONS for president at least in 19 ir. ; ui't'i ;'or sores, lures and '..Ii, .w s-, -

If not sooner. on a platforn de'/ar- .3c at Barclay & t t'
national prohibition. No life Is fruirJur: without frost store.
for.
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E. J. BLUME, E"; J. B. BARTON, Pt'esident.H. M. WOOD, Chairman finance GNU"
D. L BYRD R -9 ;ARNOLDjP.-MICKLCRf,.Cashier,., -J
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I .t gson's Old Stand Lbiliiy
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1, A BANK. OF STABILrrV. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS, ,

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: rake constant pleasuM'owning

and wearing, just dr'bfjjn here

and look at our Hart Scfh'affner &

Marx Varsity overcoat. fi
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Our line of suits are complete,.

= ., .T ii They are the kind you see on all well

;,, .-_z A R; :-f =.LAY,.: dressed men We have them in both ,

Men'-s land Young Men's in Greys,

< / : (; Browns, Blacks and Blues, in fact

x y y all the the latest fabrics the market

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We are sole Agents for Paragon Pants and"Hoyden Shoes.

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M. Copyright 1907 by Hart'chaffner & Marx Live cDEt1i :, a FlorJida.

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Manufacturers of i I I"I! These Are The Lines _

: Lumber N> Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, J(ll EE I II k That Make- faifl.I White:!,


i{ Power and Turpentine. I! "The Shoe Store for MM;Ladles and Children's z r
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i Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for 0 Good shpes
:Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. .5
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing In i The Edwin Clapp Shoe The .Dorothy Dood Shoe
R .ForllMen. _
purposes.Wholesale For Ladles. _
and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe-! The Stetson "**
II Shoe. The cushwq.sole and rublx bed Tre
cial attention, and all orders promptly filled. / .. I Fo&jgen. :
We will give you good prices on low grade -Ceiling and u The _Fo F7 Ladies,r .
flooring. Come and get our.paces.i ,. Heywood Shoe The Dorrie l BomaldoFiy ( _:
-. !IE EJ For Men. For Ladies-
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"See here," said the theatricals .
'wall 01 evOlwlnJ of Saaam oup{ o.a
,manager, "you must drop your overbearing -
uHq lou BBii djnjB; UB jutnatqvun IEJ '*:
behavior toward the other OJ Xi-iaun mass uaw smog azlleaiI!I : Little Spartan & Walkin( Strong line of fin- Shoes, .
members of the companr." I E For Misses'fan! d
Children. For Youths
Boys and
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"Indeed! replied the leading AlMarsas Sick. II I !
lady, haughtily. "I'm the star, amI I
When a man says he always was
not?" :(tick-troubled with a cough that a I ""CERTIFICATES GOOD "
"Well, yes; but Just remember thatrou're lasted all winter-what would :you R FOR ANY OF THEM. ,4
: not a flied star.-London think It he should say-he never was : II : _
Tit-Bits I!
sick since Ubcing Ballard's Horo- j AT '
hound Syrup. Such a man exists. ---
Dancing Proves Fatal Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado '18
Many men and women catch coldsat writes: "For years I was troubled f.
dances which terminate in pneu- with a severe cough that would'last; SJ. WHITE .
monia and consumption. After exposure alt w iaer. 'This cough left me in a, *! ;
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if Foley's lIoney and Tar Is miserable condition. I tried Bal'
..,taken it will break up a cold and no lard's Horehound Syrup and.have not I 1 Shoe and Gent' 'Rurnisher-l
serious results need be feared. Refuse had a sick day since. That's what it 0
any, but the genuine in a fellow did for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug I TT/wlw/nTT
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I Ito town, make our store your headquarters. We shall be glad to have j=f f

you look over our large stock and make your winter purchases. =


t' Our friends and customers well know that when we recommend :I:

D a line of ,
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L. : will'insure satisfaction to every purchaser.

i Men's Suits, Extra Pants Overcoats. 5''
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Youth Suits, for Men and Cravenettes :

Boys' Suits. Boys. Coats. If ;i =

Big line winter underwear for 3WfeusoNto

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OUR SHOE STOCK COMPRISES A FULL LINE OF SHOES FOR EVERYBODY. I

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.' Staple Groceries.The I .

; very best lines carried. II we haven't what you want we will get it for you.k
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are the l kind you want the kind you need and the kind that always i xWx nTI t j

gives the service. \'have a full stock on hand. : : : : : : : : : ;: fir
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STOVES AND RANGES FOR ALL CLASSES OF WORK


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The Fence that isrbestadapted; to your lands. Try it and convinceyourself



Sherwin-Williams and Peaslee- Cooking Utensils in Tinware and

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

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

from Government reports. from the modest price to the
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Ask us and see! highest ,

Oils Varnishes Stains Guns Pistols Rifles Ammunition

For Sale by Hair Hardware Co.

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Hardware, Primble Cutlery and something cold in the "JERSEYICE

I"Shelf forget CREAM FREEZER." Next time we will tell you more and don't




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still the topic of the day, and while the way ahead is not yet clear, lets take courage, I

brace up and press forward, expecting an early settlement. While matters are being adjusted

there are some things you need any how, and we will be pleased to supply you. N

As usual, our: stock is full and complete and prices as low as any house in this country. I

:; ? SPECIAL I notice IS called to our CLOTHING all kinds. Also to our strong

Ladies and Misses ? Claoks and rain coats, all of

: r which are being offered at REDUCED prices.We .

t still buy seed cotton, but at present can only pay about 25 to 30 per cent in cash,

balance i in merchandise.: Hope to do better so n.'The.n you need any thing come and I

see us, will assist you in any way possible and will make it to your interest to deal with us.


7 N A. W. flcLERAN, = = Wellborn Fla.

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R. H. LOVIER, .r and ('Andlal., ua or uh..rwl.e reiuoor conceal sail i \ 'iORK!
F'>r the lomyleta cure of Oounh-. I \\t out It MaConcern: name or device thereon or to de\ -.. I.}.WeL.
ul.I.! Asthma and Brwnchi and a'l i Be it known that THE LIVE O\K bu>, sell, give, take or otherwise dis- !.;\. i'
) iDUEBER: i.'i rip oriipUiuts: tending; to Consumpn -. BOTTLING WORKS, hating their of- pose of, or wantonly destroy or traffic
': Lhrr"url.Tar*\\ildOirrrj,| flee and factory la the city of Live in the same without the written
HQ1Eii t *'" for ages maintained an e..tabU con-
|Oak county of Suwanaee. state of sent of or unless the same shall have GINNINGThe
,h.\1 reputation a* a standard CoughUom.rdy. been
| Florida have adopted and do hereby> purchased from the said LIVE
Jt contain no opium or 1 publish this device, towit: "The property OAK BOTTLING WORKS. Also the
armful drug can DA given with 1 of LIVE OAK BOTTLIXGWORKS. device and emblem of label Union Gin is
..nfeft to children Price $1.09. SoMtiv 1 TRADE '"Suwannee to-wit:
: MARK REGISTER- Trade'Mark Regi.terGiDgt
drnrgt..ts., Wlllian MT* Co.,1 ED LIVE OAK. FLA.:' to be blow ';'ed. >r Ale, the most refreshing-j i at north end of Rock
r-rIJ. rie Hand. O. Sold by the'
etched into the bottles ginger ale
or and known. Uve Oak
Rixford
Bottling ,
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Suwanawe UruJ 5tor apr-l>r Road
Works Live n.uisginniix r
WATCHE$ t siphon painted printed or stenciled: Oak Fla." printed in ;
I i on all boxes, cases trays or fountains three colors, and upon which in th! cotton reg-
lrlUM f tlr Cn'uii. i used by them in tie i fight hand ,
\ Jn"'r i manufactur4 of I corner appears the picture!
WATCHMAKER.>>
PRACTICAL '" Mrs S. Konlnthal, of Turner. Mtc'i- soda or other mineral waters.Ud I of an Indian woman, sitting upon a | ularly. The patron
: ian, UK: "We nave used Ckamber-3 i bottles, siphons, try'xes. cases, tray# or I rock by a stream of water.
x Over thirty years exper l.un's Cough Medicine for ourselves' fount. : .
and children for several "ears and Utr s"h, p"t';" i. Works," Oft'P.; Unisys tbe said bottles .
,. siphon ,, licitedI
ience. All work guaranteed like it very much. think it U the qur'>' 1 :' y claimed I boxes eases, trays or labels or Imitation cordialK )
I; only remedy for croup and caa big:i- pre lid LIVE OAK 1JOT'TI.IXO or attempted Imitation thereof
R. H. LOVIER, ; recommend It For sale by Ba-- WOr.K and all person\ or 'will be prosecuted
U\'E OAK FLORIDA. 1, ty clay & Groover acid' all dr'is?,"-*. '.K ''',' ,'0;,.:"?11I't' 1'1'' ,' I' na'r n.': In", i" c a.v4,4 as per Xctso law as lw'a"li _, ION GlNNI C! I! ;l]a&g 8tJ1T



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' l": "IT DO RISE" WASEO FLOUR
lillljousness! and (bnstIpa tlun. Portable and Stationary Engines and
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Boilers; Sa\V. liili;Wood Working
For years I was troubled with biliousness I
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Machinery Supplies. -
and constipation which line carried in stock. Liberal -,: MAKES LIGHT ROLLS, SUPERB BREAD AND DELICIOUS PASTRY.
c made life miserable for me. My ap- Terms.Vrite for catalogue. N'o HOUSEWIFE SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.ALWAYS .
petitp failed me. I lost my usual
.: force and vitality. Pepsin preparations Mate .'::f'otfer the 1)I.1)S 4JAS i GOOD and
: and cathartics only made matters an.KJASOUXK KNC1NKS: I
worse I do not know where 1 II GOOD ALL WAYSASK
ihould have been today had I not
..!! tried Chamberlain's Stomach and Lh-I MACHINERY. YOUR GROCER
er Tablets. The tablets relieve the ADDRESS ALL ('ntMl'N."'AT:ox S TD
I:' W feeling at once, strengthen the di- LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE 574. 22 OCEAN STREET THE C. E. GULLER COMPANY

.. festive functions, helping the sys- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
:: do Its work naturally.-Mrs. Distributing Agents. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ;E
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NOTICE OF S.\U. & Our Portable Saw Mill

Notice Is hereby given that I, the ....
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r Undersigned special master in chan- Portable and BOILERS j "- -!f .... are the best on ,
I \,veery, ender and by virtue of a fin il i Stationary r' earth. We carry a large
*decree ft foreclosure made by lion.J I Gasoline yEngiries { -.......- Stock of all kinds MACHINERY -
H. Clrl'ult
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judge of the ,
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Court,
1di, Third Judicial Circuit of Floi i -'-. __ :t/ Shin .j Jin >, Corn Mils rumj':rn t and can make immediate shipment. Write
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Suwannre county -.1J Out t Large stick on hand. It JPi
Uncery, wherein E. J. Blume & Co. J will be to jvur interest: to write. 4 'for Illustrated Catalog.Address.
tvH> complainants, and Sam Johnson {,I Machinery Co., MALSBY COMPANY,
f; f *M Jinie Johnson are defendant, .I $ Mallory Bros. 8SJ4ctV,7kSu J 41 :fur'1h"t.:
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the amounts mentioned in sai-1 26 yetrt. SalJ sitar!*hill mullion dalltn wertb .!goods to 19C6
'a ttl decree, I will offer for sale and
,* 'leg to the highest and bet bidder for
,.''be*. in front of the front door of Live Oak M'f'g. Co. 66 Fletcher's 66 r
) courthouse in Live Oak, FJoriJa.
". tletll'ten the legal hours of sale on
Monday December the first, 1907, .Manufacturers of The best Chill, Fever and LaGrippe cure
the t
1o-1I'1t following described real estate, on the market. Be sure to get the genuine.It .
lIU4reth\: Lot Second thirty-seven.Addition (37)to the in Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, has the signature in red ink. Accept no

tows of UTe Oak Florida, in Suwan- other as there is none "Just as ood." It
see
}, county thaser Florida. Power and Turpentine. cost, but 25 cents for 16 doses, if it cures, L
to pay for title.
i. CENT IF IT DOES NOT.I
: NOT ONE
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of the city furnished for
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f Electric Lijrht* any part
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Special Master in Manufacture' by
1.L.LEE, Chancery. Residence or Business louses at a very reasonable rate.
L Solicitor for Compteiaanu.r PH41I A C Y
CRESCENT
._ Electric pow r-Itoy and night current-for manufactur- ,
disappointment about Live Oak. Florida. :
i> a h atl7 peat rich wife Is she can spend m\Vholesale and rt-tail Ice-out of City orders have special } FOR SM.E BY ALL_PRbGGIST.Fletcher's. 1
i' just. as If It W as 'ours. attention, and all orders promptly filled. f

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In 1907, the State Mutual of Georgia's first calendar
r' of SOUTH'S' year as a legal reserve company it wrote over$20,000,000* F;
of insurance, establishing a record for all American companies -
: : Eastern companies required from 5 to 37 years to .y
secure this amount of business. This table shows the j
j ONLY \ relative record of State Mutual ofb Georgia and other =1

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-a _____ STATE MUTUAL OF GEORGIA Mutual Co.,wrote$20.000,000: in 1 .
.' \ a>B> ( Citizens Life of Ky............Stock Co., 44 19.000,000 in 3
F; 1 Maryland Life of Md*..........Stock Co., U 9,000.000 in 11
MUTUAL/ Southwestern Life of Tex ......Stock Co.. U 8.000,000 in 4 ,
,, Y Volunteer State Life of Tenn..Stock Co.. 8,000,000ml ,
Greensboro Life of N. C.........Stock Co., .". 6,000,000 in 2 '.
1 Commonwealth of Ky .........Stock Cow 3.000,000!in 2
.,_,._'" South Atlantic of Va..........Stock Co.1.000,000 in 7
LIFE Sou. Life & T. Co. of X. C.......Stock Co.1.000,000 in 3
Texas Life of Texafc ..........Stock Co., '.OOOOOO, in f
Southern Life of X. C...........Stock Co., 4,000,000 in 2
Sou. States of Ala............Stock Co., :: :'2.000,000 1
j COMPANY Immediate Benefit of Md..Stock Co.. 1000.000 in I
1 Keystone Life of La..........Stock Co., 500.000 in 2
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riotism will lead you to select a Suothern Company. The Southern company with the :; .
' i largest amount of insurance in force ($40,000,000) is the State Mutual Life. THE 1:

STATE MUTUAL LIFE is a MUTUAL. company. It can never be made anything else. f
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t and municipal bonds, and loans to the half value on improved and unincumbered real es+ate. i
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examined once a year by the Comptroller-General of the State and makes two reports of
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LIVE OAIYLOjDj FRIDAY, NOVEMIJER 22, 1007. VOL. XI No. 25


PANAMA[ BONDS IV TRQURLE AGAIN AGRICULTURAL MATTERS[ I A DOURLE WEDDING.Claude .
Pensacola 111tiskey > I AS GOOD AS PURE GOLD
Again Arrested I Brooks Weds Hiss Mamie Mc-
( ; for Soliciting in Dry
Alpin, and Howard Mays and
Counties.Pensacola I ,
Jj A jffiAXS AFFORDING RELIEF ( Journal.) ASSOCIATION OF COMMISSIONERS I Mi!Willie May Thurmond

'TO SlTfATIOXM N. Goldring who was recently arrested AGRICULTURE Were the Second Couple CLEARING HOUSE CERTIFICATES

upon a warrant Issued in I WELL SECURED
-- Yesterday afternoon, at the Baptist -
Holmes county charging him with a church, there was a very quiet

HAS HEARTY( APPROVAl' violation relating of the to,new act of the legislature MEET IN THREE DAYS' SESSION I wedding ceremony which joined the -

soliciting businessin hearts and fortunes of two couple of
WILL BE PROMPTLY REDEEMEDAccepted ( (
prohibition
or "dry" counties, was i Live Oak's most popular young folks.
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again arrested yesterday. And Discuss live Topics Pertainingto Claude Brooks formerly of this

i\ This time the warrant was from Farm InterestsColumbia city, but now residing at Terrell a -

|"rlleJt the Outcome of Several White Walton county, and the charge is the young man who is highly esteemedin
same, that of at Par by all Business Men,
; House. ConferencesWiihIuton sending letters through this city, and in fact one who
the mails into and for TaxesIt
} a "dry" county solicit- S. C., Nov. 18.-The makes scores of friends wherever he
ing the liquor trade
of residents. Southern States Association of Com- goes, was married to Miss Mamie
Sheriff Campbell, of
I DeFuniak came missioners of Agriculture and Agricultural McAlpin as winsome a young lady as
Nov. 17.-Secretary to the city yesterday morning and Workers, begins its annual Live Oak could lay claim to. may be that some skeptical fellow -

'cor.e11ou tonight made the impor- in company with a deputy sheriff of I three days' session here tomorrow.The Another couple who have been the will come along and try to raisea

.announcement, that as a means this county, served the warrant upon outlook is for an excellent at- constant chums of these are Howard doubt as to the security of our

fording relief to the financial I Mr. Goldring. The sheriff required a tendance of representative men from Man and Miss Willie May Thurmond.In Clearing House Certificates. Thereare

i t1oD, the treasury would issueod0,00o bond of $700 which was given. the entire south from Virginia to this final consumation of happinessthe a few such wiseacres running

> of Panama bonds and Texas. The program includes many four were still together and Mr. loose in the world and they are liable

.dooooooo; certificates of Indebted-, BUSY PENSION DEPARTMENT.Extra prominent agricultural workers who Mays and Miss Thurmond were joined to "bob up" in Live Oak or anywhere ,

or so much thereof as may twary. are to discuss live subjects. United together In the happy bonds of else, at almost any time but no mat-
The certificates will, run Clerks Necessary to Keep Up States Assistant Secretary of Agricul- matrimony. Mr. Mays is from one ter who he is, or from whence he may
ffef one year and bear 3 per cent in- With the Application ture Hays of Washington is to ad- I of the most estimable families of thiscity f hail his talk can not affect the

tnt, Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 16.WorkIn dress the association on Wednesday.The being a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. genuine validity ,and solid securityof
Vine secretary's: action In coming to the Pension Department continuesto association expects to issue an P. Mays. He is at present an em- the certificate. If you will read

the.relief'' of the financial situation increase. The applications have estimate of the south's 1907 cotton ploye in the sheriff's office. Miss the face and back of one of these rat

>iBieti with, President Roosevelt'st run well above the tenthousandmark crop, obtained through state official ''I Thurmond is the second daughter of certificates you will see that its pay-
Dirty approval and the plan is the though it must be understoodthat channels. It is stated there will be Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thurmond, of this ment is secured to the trustees of

outcome of the several White House this number represents the total important action in regard to the city and is a young lady of many per- the association one and one-half ,

inferences which have been held I number of applications on file, and Appalachian forest reserve tie pend- :sonal charms, and a quiet unassumIng tinges by good collateral already

,fttiin the past few days, when the not the number filed under the new ing bill on drainage, inland water- !I disposition has.brought her many turned over, and besides this, it is

feudal situation was under con- law. ways, the pending measure on agricultural admirers. endorsed on the back by the banks

t ,: lUentioa. More than 3,000 have applied un- education and in the mat- The ceremony was witnessed by I and their guarantee of payment
: Secretary Cortelyou says that the der the recently enacted law and ter of southern Immigration and the only a few of the closest friends of attested.

Plums bonds will afford most sub- there is every probability that the establishment of direct steamship the contracting parties and the rites Thus it will be seen that every dollar

''riutial relief as the law provides funds will be exhausted before the service enabling the cotton producersto were performed by Rev. J. O. Harris, of the Issue is more than doubly

tat they may be used as basis for applicants are provided for. deal directly with the European of Lake City. secured. With the combined capital

; idditiohtl national bank circulation.E Though the law made no provisionfor consumer. These present were: Mr. and Mrs. stock of these banking Institutions, i it

. also states that the proceeds from it, it has become necessary to em- I Dave Henry Mr. and Mrs. C. L. aggregating $175,000. and securities
' tie sale of certificates can be made ploy several additional clerks to assist Same Here in Live Oak. I Bussey, R. W. Price, Geo. Sherwood to the amount of one and one-half

,.; hUT available at points where the with the increased work to grade The Valdosta Times of yesterdayhas and Fannie Thurmond. times the face value of the certificate t .

,teed Is most urgent and especially :and classify applications so that they the following concerning the discounting The Democrat Joins their many besides, who can be so foolish as to --C

for the movement of the crops I, may come before the board in a com- of clearing house certificates friends in wishing them bon voyage raise a question or doubt concerningthem

tKek he says, "if properly acceler- prehensible shape. Thus far. the pen- which applies with equal force and may prosperity ever attend The United States postoffice 1rr,1

tt4'will give the greatest relief and sion fund holds up well, but if the here in Live Oak: them. I E
malt in the most Immediate finan- present rate of increase continues "Many of the cities where clearing tion; railroads accept them at par for
,d&l returns." much longer the deficit is. inevitable house certificates have been issued Timely City Ordinance.It all bills; the State accepts them in

t have found it necessary to pass ordin- having come to pass that some payment of taxes, at face value; our

ances, forbidding the discount of persons failing to understand that merchants advertise that they are as
these certificates by sharks who take the Clearing House Certificates i good as gold in payment of accountsor i

advantage of the ignorance of the negroes -I really and truly good fr their face I purchases-In fact we know of

Confidence and poorer class, and make a value and being desirous of having I no one who has been so foolish as

business of decrying their value and I currency instead. and there being a ,I to refuse to honor them. Indeed as

purchasing the mat a material discount I few people who were taking advantage -!'jto their security if every bank in
The certificates are worth of such persons by discounting j town were to be swallowed up by
> Begets enthusiasm, which accounts fort 1 face value in any of the stores of I the certificates, thereby speculating I some great monster today, or 'any

t' the ardor with which we are pushing Tif these cities and the authorities claim !on those who have not the knowledge other day. S. A. Hinely W. J. Hillman fJt
that a person discounting them is to protect themselves against such I and II. M. Wood, the trusteesof ,

: ; The First National Bank. t tI' guilty of the offense of cheating and practice the City Council wisely met I I the Association into whose hands Sl j

swindling. Many arrests have been today. and passed an ordinance that has been placed such ample securities, !
reported from all over the countryfor will protect them from being imposed would redeem every dollar with

Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks. f this offense .and even the smaller i upon in this manner, by attach- United States currency on or before
I' towns are having their troubles along ing a severe penalty to the individual the first day of March, 1908, at which t a
They are frequently inspected by agents of the Controller "
this line. i taking such advantage, and conduct time the certificate matures.
of Currency, and are called on to make I ing such business.

sworn statements to him five times each year, hence I KUNI> GUILTY OP MURDER. This timely action upon the part of Sea land Cotton Growers Meet.

1" I.they are under the direct supervision of the Nation- i j the City Council, no doubt will he
The Sea Island Cotton Growers'Association
;. al Government, and its the staongest on earth Charley lowell. Colored, Will Swing heartily endorsed by every mer- .
met
pursuant to call of
; For Ills Cruel Crime. chant and business nan In the city,
Safest Banking f as it will lurnlsh substantial president Saturday, November 16th,
protec-
(St. Augustine Record)
in Live Oak, and was called to order 1 1i 1t
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f Best Methods, Found guilty of murder in the first tion against the unscrupulous speculation
by J. J. Corbett. The of the
i F for Up-to-date Service, i degree Charle Powell, colored, must in and abuse of the plan they i minutes was postponed reading until later.
themselves sought and obtained
by
expiate his crime on the gallows.
T Liberal Treatment. j It was on motion, ordered that the
generous response of our local banks. \
lie was sentenced by Judge Call this
i Conservative Methods. I rate for
: storing charged by the Producers'
: T morning in the circuit court to die It will also protect the ignorant and
Warehouse Company, be published -
Always use the National Banks. They have prs1 and the governor will set the date unwary among us from being made i in the Suwannee Democrat as

; pered in greater numbers than all other banking in- | for the execution later. the victims of such practice. The we want all growers of the S. Island -
ordinance
The crime for which Powell is condemned appears In another column i I
IOns. I Cotton to store.
I f to death was unprovoked and '
Watch as large as By resolution everybody is asked
us grow our profits are now brutal in the t extreme his victim be- I
oar at CHICAGO GETS THEM. to be present at the speaking of Hon
'".' capital was our beginning. ing a colored man by the name of Frank Clark and the soil expert from r
John Rogers Last June Powell killed '
Chicago, Nov. H.-Clearing House I the United States department of La
Rogers at Bunnell and made :i iIl ir
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t: a FIRST NATIONAL BANK checks of small denominations were agriculture on November 25th, as it
his but was subsequently -
ILI escape captured placed in circulation today to relieve I will be very instructive, and of .w himportance
by Sheriff Perry in central Ala-
the financial stringency. They are to the' farming class of
I bama. The sheriff followed him Into backed by stocks and bonds valuedat people.It' .
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LI Oak, j the heart of the forest and finallycaptured a third more than the face value was ordered that a call meeting
: id--J him of miles from '
t : : a score
the ascoctatton
of the checks of the local clubs of ,i 1
nearest railroad.
the
It is expected that the checks will I 1 Abe held in their places of neeting on 1
---- -- 1 the 7th of December for the purposes
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PENSCOLA NUAL IIOsPITAL. as the greenbacks: whore work I I of paying their dues and electing of-

i f i I they will do. Railroad officials have : flcerb; and It was further ordered
; Real Estate For Sale.S&i i I O>ncre-v;. Will f-lie .\*ked for ..Ippropriati instructed agents to accept these(I' that the County Association meet in

'-!' j I "n Enlargement.Washington checks in payment for freight bills Live Oak on December 14, ne?.
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-' ----- Not 14"-Congress and transportation tickets. :Mr C H. Brown by request, 'willforward
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: Undred acres joining town on Columbus road. i I will be asked to make an appropria- I The issuance of clearing house''I samples of cotton to ta'!

9ae"-b nndree and tw entg-on Rock road adjoining ct"merery ground i i tion for the enlargement of the naval scrip will stop the living off of 10oo ,- spinners in England, and obtain
:' 553 one mIle north of Court House on Rock road i: hospital in Pensacola Fla This is workmen at the stock yards, be- price 1 1 *
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.Pq5 th T and sixty rrres, one mile from Court House the only natal hospital on the gulf cause ot the money stringency, 6.000 II No farther business being beforethe
k ?1Ce ce residence residence lot lots on on Georgia Duval avenue.street. coast and Surgeon General Rlxey of have already been discharged and arrangements house the meeting of the aieeeiarion -

"won upper, Spring road, three miles from Luc Oak.. dew I I the navy has reported that it Is Inadequate had been made grad adjourned until Saturday, Dec-. r
;: be given on purcha+es. I in size for the accommodation ually to decrease the force in all the I Umber 14. 1<'07.J .

: of the sick of the fleets when In I big packing plants until 10.000 more.J i I J .1 I CORBETT. Chairman.
i\ J. W. SPERRINGS. i I I winter rendezvous at the station would be made Idle by December 1 1\.. 0 WHATLEV, Secretary

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WagOnS and RoadVagons : : : f I lowest possible prices. :,II bearing Schacht Buggies

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Remember and,take advantage of our great offer, tor these,things don't happen every day. Our prices are as follows:


I' 1 Skirts.. sold before $1.50, now 90c !
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1 i Black Broadcloth $3.00$5.00" 31.98$3.50 i !,


l ; I We also beg to announce that we have J,000 yards of 54-inch Broadcloth in all colors, which-was sold and I

I sells everywhere, GUARANTEED, from $ .25 to $$ J.50 per yard, we will offer to our customers as long as =Ii
i they last for 90c per yard.

Our shoe department is complete in every style. Over 5,000 pairs of shoes in the house-all new and the II I
; i latest styles. Any size from baby shoes to the largest sizes.

I ; : + 1f I-n5: l/&hinAiEX and UP-TO-DATE, better than it ever was. Men's suits, all prices, $5.00 to $20.00. Youth's :
.I suits, all prices $4.00 to $12.00. Children's all colors, any size and any price-over a 1,000 suits in stock. !
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1 We also handle a nice line of Ladies' and Men's Hats, Trunks and Valises, etc., and anything you can mention in the line of ;
merchandise. Call to see us on the well-known! corner. :I

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wasimply a dream. The ills peculiar to women take different forms.
he-How much was it? Some ladies suffer month frctn dark tired
every
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eyes blotches on the" :: 1
S::e-Only $.5, dear. Rings feeling. Others suffer agonies of pain,that words can hardly
He- Then you had better lose no express.
Whatever the symptoms remember there is one medicine .
time in waking up.-Baltimore American that will go beyond mere /rpt;
act en the cause of their troubles the weakened womanly organs

Tli, New Pure rOOt and Drug Law Round '
\\'e are pleased to announce that Wine of Cardui .
Foli'y.s Honey and Tar for coughs,
cobs and lung troubles is not affect-
ed by the National Pure Food and Mrs M. c. Austin. cf Memphis Ter.1.. writes: "Fer
five (S) years I suffered with every r
Drug law as it contains no opiates Eyes of female disease but after using the'Wen-known Cardw Home
Treatment I was entirejaefl.: :
or other harmful drugs, and we recommend -I Write todAy fot a free ... 1 '
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children and adults. City Phar- in. _..._ ? .AJJr.w. f.a. wabory .novat b,.Uuttan aae and osa ee:1 Men r. 'Mt& fen" i
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friends and former customers for past '' WAS (EXTENDED( ( TO


favors and solicit a continuance of the t i iI I

I Tin iotertutr'K Signing the
will iI' !><' Made Formal ()cca
firm. We
same for the new carry i


at all times a full Line of DRY GOODS j I :Montgomery, Ala. Nov.

I senate this afternoon passed

AND GROCERIES. : : : : : : ; hibition bill, 32 to 2,
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Hamner being the only '
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I rote against It. The law
i1' !operative January 1, 1909,
: ment to this effect having
WHITE
; BAISDEN j ed with but one dissenting I
I fore the roll on the passage
was called.
I The statutory prohibition notdw'C
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. was passed today was in
''of a compromise between
i and prohibitionists The

, ++ tllltl.I..tll +++++III'lllltIIIJ'IIIII..I they were In the minority,
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Iit Ahvajsas Sick Dancing Proves Fatal
Is Xo Jt'U'OR
There
The man who thinks the world Is Many men and women catch coldsat of whiskey would be
trowingr0r8e should be thin, and When a man says he always was state of Alabama. This
j imagines he Is grow- why jour baby dances which terminate In pneumonia i
tile better. the night. Worms are 'ick-troubled with a cough that will be bent to the house
during ,
fretful and consumption. After exposure -
sIckly babies It lasted all winter-what would you concurred in without a .
, the cause of thin If Folej's Honey and Tar is
baby shouldbe think If he should say-he never was ernor Comer will approve the
+Rr haTe secured the agency for Is natural that a healthy taken It will break up a cold and no
Qrtao well If your babydoes sick since ueeing Ballard's 1I0n.toebound It is understood that a IDOre
Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new fat and sleep serious results need be feared. Re-
food don't experiment Syrup. Such a man exists. ready has been started by
lanthe that makes the liver lively,i not retain Its fuse any but the genuine In a yellow
Denver, make the
and othe.medicinE" Mr J C. Clark. Colorado W. C. T. U to
:'es4he breath, headache with colic cures package.
cures bottle of White's writes: "For years I was trouble. the bill a very formal
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fi4 reputes the digestive organs. but try a '
and will soon with a severe cough that would last $
wont T1,chronic constipation. Ask us Cream Vermifuge have color you and laugh as all winter. This cough left me In a It is a good deal easier to say Cuml of ISrijrhfs Di,..-
it. dw' e bab
-J" t city Pharmacy. $it jour should. Sold bv Snwannee Drug !'miserable condition. I tried Dai- "brotlM>r" In a smooth way than to Mr. Robert O. Burke,
nov-dw ,lard's horehound Syrup and have not spend time smoothing your brother'sway. V writes: "Before I
: k a wise woman who can Co. 'bad a tick day eince. That's what It Foley's Kidney Cure I had

1She or. try at the psychological It is only a matter of time until :did for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug. from twelve to twenty times f
the man with the borrowing habit !Co. novdwB Beet remedy for mother to use is and I was all bloated up
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It and my eyesight was so
ti: Appendicitis runs out of frlendc >' giving up tobacco a man can tastes nearly as good as maple sugar. could scarcely see one of
.It
due *n a large measure to abuse ';spend more on his other bad habits. it contain no opiates. Sold by Live across the room. I had
reliable and safe
gjfc[! bowels, by employing drastic Take some good dyspepsia. i 1 I Oak Drug Co. aov-d hope of living when a
for
tea. To avoid all danger, use :digestant like best KODOL remedy known today I The Postmaster of Gasconado, Mo, mended Foley's Kidney Cure.
t Klng't New Liver Pills, the KODOL Is the die to have decent ctol bottle worked wonders
;> burn, belching; and all Daniel A Bugh, says, I cannot say Most men have to
eeaUe' cleansers and invlgorranteed : for heart arcing from a disordered ,too much for your Kidney & Bladder things said about them fore i had taken the third
to cure head- troubles Do dropsy had gone as well as
man.
-" pleasant to take and Pills. I feel like a new
-Houiness, malaria and digestion. It is Sold by Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are It's easier to be sensitive than It i symptoms of Drf ht'8

fit"_Barclay & Groover drugnovdw' affords Live Oak relief Drug promptly.Co. nov-! sod by Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d i Is to be sensible. I Pharmacy

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THE SUAVAXXEE DEMOCRAT }'mn.uXO.F..\( ER :=. 190:.

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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. I The STRONG strong MEX men TO go THE to the FRONT.front in HON. \\V.' G. SMITH COMING T'in Mrs.town James shopping Barrow today.of Rlxford, la eJpa!.)' TsDy.tin nt-"l no Ccrit a e-, :-:-;


I emergencies and do things; the weaker ; : : } : "
XOTIC.To Iiet tLis ,
Published every Friday at Lire Oak. brethren, and especially the brethren n..
Florida. I who haTe least at stake, merely Whom It May Concern: '-* '; : !!
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i kick and criticize. They can alwaysdo WILL ADDRESS PEOPLE OF SU- All parties indebted<< to us eitheron t .io; t.:.;, :' .. ..;-fr
AVAXXEE COt \TIT COURTHOUSE note, will please come
account or dose
Entered at the Lire Oak PostoSce it better than the other fellowsbut or two daily or na i" ;
I' in and make seUIen-ent before December a week,
as second-class alter. they never do. This is true In would never blear
the fifteenth, as re shall po-i- Kidney or Urinary
both war and peace.Vhen the
CHAS.I'. lRn Editor and "U'g'r. tively turn over to our attorneys all Rheumatism.Cut .
y J great brain of Robert E. Lee was
planning campaigns and executing MONDAY AFTERNOON[ AT 1:30: accounts and notes on that date. this out and.Pl"eSerye..
w2N4t M. L. BURNETT & CO
Subscription One Dollar Per Year. them under disadvantages that wouldi Rheumatism prescript r.a.': '
--- really releve! "
i h utterly crushed an ordinary are scarce, <

Some of the prominent cititess of man. there were critics at every .\ Largevdience Should Turn Out Notice from Mr. WI-.e. when you need It, you w'ag
''i to Hear the Government Expert Learning that Hon. Wm. G. ly. Our druggists
Pen!:'acola are urging that a monument cross-roads in the South who could here say

be purchased as4 erected by make marks in the sand with a stfcki From the Department of Smith, of the United States Department either supply these I ma

public subscription to the memory of i and show you how they could have I+ AgricultureThe of Agriculture will be in Live make the mixture ready '

the late Mayor Bliss, of that city. done it better and won in every instance -j Oak next Monday, the 25th, and ad- any of our readers so pAn J

Mr. Bliss was a rare man perhapsthe ; where, Lee had failed. And so people of Suvtannee County dress the people of Suwannee county -

best mayor that city ever !lad. I now when the biggest financial brains I, should turn out en masse Monday to I feel it my duty to urge all our OIWIX.\XCE Np.G8...

i and his memory deserves to be perpetuated ,, in America have saved the land froma hear the address of Hon. Wm. G. -farmers who possibly can to attend. Ordinance Requiring
toe
by the people he served' so i I great disaster by the quick application -, Smith, of the United States Deiwrtment The lecture is educative and along tf a Licence Tax by AD rW*
of marvelous '' the special lines in which we farm- ,
4.' well. expert knowledge j; Agriculture>, who will makean IVrsnns Firm or Col'Jl'Jl'atio
+ which looks as easy: a; falling o3 aiUlre.. at the Courthouse at one ers are very much interested. It is 1'UIThaSe* or Contracts ..

$ The Gainesville Sam gives the following ,: a log when somebody else has ,i thirty U'clllCk I'. n.. The opportunity not often the Government 'sends a Purchase of Gearing fcj1 4
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L. vigorous bit of advice to John: thought it out for us), the woods are I 1'4 one not often afforded as the (ktvernmcnt '-_':soil expert to.Florida, and we should licates in the City of Hoeseftg Lire

Stockton candidate for fall of small wiseacres kicking violently department stldom send .1 not miss this opportunity. Florida "
I at Less than
Gonrnor'j against the remedial I E. R. WISE. the '"
which is extremely measures]I man on a similar r vision to thjStatt" Value Thereof, and

and we doa't assume to whieh have been put in force, sowing ] The kt-ture will of course, behighly Penalty for the Violation Impose 1

Isn't true: :|I doubt suspicious distrust an 11 j' instructive to all and of"e pec- Notice. Be it orda.ned by the ..

"If John Stockton will only muz- !!i discontent wherever they can get an tall JUyoraj
i value to the farmers of the cuunGovernor To the several tax payers of Suwannee City Council of the City of
gle' some of his 'friends' aad give a I i i audience, and yet entirely unable to ty. County, Florida: Florida:. UnCjl"
of rOpe' he'll be I devise scheme that would better do
a
,few others 'plenty I I In
accordance to Section 41, ofChapter Section 1. It shall
by the largest the work. We bear be aaUvfaik
nominated for Governor must with such
I 5596 of the Laws of FlorIda
a Broward has issued au -
accorded a candidate I these, for have any person, persons, firm or torjoi
ever as they been with
majority us I
j eloquent and tasteful Thanksgiving I hereby give notice that the tion
to purchase
I In this State." |I from the start and probably always : Tax are or contract to pet
proclamation for collection
declaring Thursday Books now open chase within the
w ill be, to perform the negative and city of Lire tick
i November rsth of taxes for the A. D. 1907.
to be Thanksg'ving year Florida
has at last broken his!| reactionary functions in the general any of the Clearing Hoar
Mr. Bryan I
Jay and urging the people of Flor- The law provides that any tax payer -
Certificates
long silence on the paramount question ; plan of things; but all the same let I issued by the traste .<
da to appropriately! observe it. who shall pay taxes during th the
Clearing House
i declares that he us be thankful to the Lord for the A.saoclI.t1oa-
'formally
and
There is no no- of gloom or pesim- month of November, slwll be allow of
nomination clear-headed posed banks doing,basiaeali dt
will accept the Democratic .few strong, men who
sm in the Governor's viewof the 1 1i ed by the Tax Collector, a discount
of Live
for President next year If It is1:' are sure to find the leadership in : city Oak, Florida, at uik
; uatoa; he thinks we have many of two per centum therefrom, and If less
tendered him but he will make na'! emergencies and sate the day in spas a sum than the face alas ti
things to be thankful tax shall
for and nothing any payer pay during the
effort to secure it nor to pretest it i of the critics who could do it so much such certificates, unless suck yen
to seriously discourage us. He- month of December, shall be allowed
going to anyone else. He will not better if they only had a chance. persons, firm or corpontioi tltE
dace things to their last analysis or a discount therefrom of one per' ,
discuss the question of his availability uve first paid to the Tax CoCeck:
a even ( thereabout and will centum thereof.
we find that the
but throws the whole burden' The troubles of Oklahoma have >f the City of Lye Oak a liana tn
Governor is right. We are always Any tax paid on or upon the first jf Five Hundred
Dollars and ps
and responsibility upon the party i just begun. She has been admitted
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kicking and of
grumbling, but we have day January shall, for the purposeof license
cured from
himself in passive I into a the said dj. "
merely keeping a the Union of the States and the
and the additions
aforesaid
supreme priceless gift of be regarded
and receptive state. The general tone ; henceforth it will be long Section 2. Any person, Im c
one quar- life as free people in a free land, and t as paid on the last day of the
letter while not des- rel between the "ins" corporation, or the officers them
I of Mr. Bryan's and the "outs"in '
that alone
beats month in which
not having been it is paid.
who shall purchase Hoa !
pondent as to party prospects next party politics. A nice, genteel Clearing
born at all that
so badly it shoutgive d J. X. MEEKS, Certifiates without first Ik
U not of a distinctly TE'rritory'eII governed by honest paying
year eneouragj j
us abundant cause for gratitude Tax Collector Suwannee County, Fla.:
Ing character and somehow leaves appointees from Washington, is in d-wky license tax and procuring i lost

the Impression that his hopes fort !I SQme'ef') important respects, a more( requisite number of from the city, as provided I.the J*

victory are not strong enough to ;( pleasant community to live in than a Mures have been secured signs ceding section shall be'pnoisbej tr

make him hanker after the nomina-, foil fledged State rent and torn with t and that"wet" ASKS US TO PRIXT IT. a fine not exceeding Five Hetfrd
or "dry" election in
tion. bitter party feuds. and the Duval Dollars, or impriaoniient for a perW ,
petty
I county seems to be a certainty. Gov How to Prepare Simple Mixture to not exceeding ninety daysor bl loti ,
I wranglings, jealousies and animosities -, Broward ... : i
ernor ba
already entered Overcome Di wa..... such fine and imprisonmeiif is itt
of
Here is something from the Fort a swarm of polttIdans snap- the
campaign there and Hon.
John To relieve the
worst forms of discretion of the Mayer.
Pierce Tribune that furnishes food ping at each other and protesting Beard of
Pensacola. candidate
I for
these time their unselfish love for the Rheumatism take a teaspoonful o. Section 3. That this Oriu
for thought in parlous dear people the United States Senate
was a the following mixture after each shall take elect immediately ft
cs "One of the most disgraceful acts i whose rotes they seek. The beat speaker last night in Jacksonville in meal upon
having thing about statehood for and at bedtime: passage by the Council and ppfi
ever perpetrated by men Oklahoma's behalf of prohibition.
ordinary intelligence was the resolu- that she comes in branded Democratic Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half by the Major.

tion adopted by the Business Men's 1 and is likely to stay so. ounce; Compound Kargon. one CHAS. H. BROVT

League (supposedly liquor dealers), !, ,:'peege oj uaq pee 1gs1t ue no\ ounce: Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. President City Com\\!

of Jacksonville, last Friday, when I There should be a large turnoutof iUM as.. :wrnw )layao.t0:: Sataj aqdopy ) three ounces. Attest: S. P. MAYS, City Clert

they condemned and called upon the : the farmers of Suwannee county ) oj Joaj4.\O9 aqj -11fJdoJd These harmless ingred'ents can be I. S. P. Mays, City Clerk of t*

school board to stop_ the children in in this city next Monday to bear the -de (1.1\rHn! aq pno 11 s;)Ut1s01S11l obtained from our home dr\ggl t8. City of Live Oak Florida do ka*

public schools from being taught the ': soil expert from the Department of } UI pus :U..(),) 1r guns jo ..i1Jl"jffaq I and are easily mixed by shaking them certify that the foregoing OrtouO

doctrines of prohibition, the singing : Agriculture at Washington talk } o} 9'1 sia.i1rl jfuowe uoaidoJO well in a bottle. Relief is generally No. 68 was regularly passed by &t

of prohibition songs, and listening to about the different varieties of Su- 99U J 1JIP apl," t? dq OJ gut e felt from the first few doses. City Council on the 18th day of l Sw-

the prohibition addresses. This Is a wanne county dirt aad what they alagt 'pt.JPISUOO aq ft saafgn;S This prescription, states a well ember A. D 1907, and ta9 w.:*

t deadly parallel to the speech ot one will best produce.Congressman i'qJO 3K se aani.|.|8r i *qi JO uojs known authority in a Clevelandmorning hereby certified to tne Mayor to B

of the officers of the Ohio State I! -SiM 51)x5 us Jo; ||K) Silt u| uopsanboj paper, loners ,the clogged approval.

Liquor League, when he told the assembled Lamar tells the Pen lV1l1 eeagwe wjq Sai }st 'PJS,' OJQ up. inactive kidneys to Alter and Witness my hand and the seal fl ,i

saloon men that "the futur sacola Journal that in his opinion .IoulOD O} Jdmi v p** jppv reqaq strain from the blood the llOisoBOuaI said City this 1 Stb day of S"1*

of jour business depends upon the Bryan and Roosevelt will be the j"qj juaaipuame (Buunmusuoo B I \\ matter and uric acid, wbieh A. D. 1907.

} creation of appetite among the boy, nominee of the two big parties nextvear jo; 3ur ** jnoqil uoj |ojiojd ajrjgSuijjntMa I causes Rheumatism. S. P MAYS, City Clert

; and that nickels spent in treats with Right as to Brian; as } .It.tli t: sswJ \iuoqinB>< aq As Rheumatism is not only the Examined and approved by me.*I
wrong
the boys_will return dollar to jour I| to Roosevelt 'seq ajnBis(3a[ dtj) jeqj uicjJdi; os i I most painful and torturous disease November I SIh. A. D. 1907.

tills after the appetite has been form- St 'S1M59ua.T lo 'PJRAU mior HOTJ 1 but dangerous to life, this simple re- J, B. JOHNSON,
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ed.Iust the cradle and schoolhouses 1;:;: -
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be robbed of our boys to keep I :1 Ii I ;;j ::1111:1: i:

the saloon men in business This

one act of the Jacksonville 'business I
Clearing House

men'father should for prohibition.turn the"vote of every I Certificates


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It will be worth a good deal more

to our farmers here in Suwannee I i
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j jj "GOOD "
AS
J I county to come to Live Oak on the I GOLD

j J3lh: of this month and hear the I u
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k9f sf sperm or lettuce to be delivered here:


I De b\ :>,the artt aent'I: i AT THE LADIES'

tt.e solicitation> of Congressman Clark, I EMPORIUM.

tl,an to hear the best speech made b\ '

tte most eloquent candidate who :I H

Lunched his candidacy at Ocala yes-I _
"
terday.: Up in Georgia and .\ i

\\ these soil experts have spoken I Itl.eofe FIVE DAYS'

" the farmer bane come out in large SPECIAL SALE. t 1 1I fs

} = numbers to hear them and they ex- '


a by press doing themselves so Farming as greatly is a profited science, jt i'i 10 per cent. discount given on all purchases of $3.00 and Discount I.I''

bat it is a science in its infancy a8''i up

r jet, and the study of the various, I on the goods and not on the money.

soils and their adaptation to particular : I

? vz He ties of products cannot fail _

to be of benefit to any man engaged ; ll No More Hard! Times. Plenty of Money in Circulation.

a in agriculture. These experts sent

from Washington are not mere the- = : ir: ) worth, of
) certificates <& I
n
ori -t.. They are practical men who worth of 1'11 ,l'chrn-

t have acquired practical knowledge Ii ii RLIULIUIJLR t f'hUU: or other money buys Ap I U

's U rough close KUn iil> study of the (}jse :r r ILadies' r

subject and no Intelligent farmercan I

listen to them without learning

things about the soil of his own farm I The

fcr didn't know before and which EmporiunJ

will be of material benefit to him in
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his vocation. ,,
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E. J. BLUME, 1st Vice-President. J. B. BARtON, President. H. M. WOOD, Chairman finance Com. I.

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


i Capital and Stockholders Liability, $100,000.00. '



; THE CITIZENS' BANK OF LIVE OAK ,



''A BANK OF STABILITY WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.


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,r NEWS \\. A. Starling of Pine Grove, Is : ", Protracted Meeting
LOCAL, WHEN YOU SELL COTTON Ie
L in the city on business. Live Oak, Fla., R. F. D. No. 1.,

It: Mrjjj A iday's Hailf.II BUY YOUR November 18, 1907

: 'Our banking institutions have Robert Mllllnor, of Lunville is In I School Books i iI. Editor Democrat:

t brought the people of this meeting section town today on business.G. Remember that Wolfe has a AND A meeting is now being conductedat

'\"nader a debt of gratitude the Mt Olive Christian Church, by

-I tie stringent conditions upon us IneStablishing W. Dempsey of Ellaville. is large lot of Jeans, RepeUants School Supplies | R. A. White, and will continue over
t the Clearing House As- registered at the Ethel today. I. the first Sunday In December. Ser-

'y, Cation in Live Oak. When it is outings, etc., that he is selling OF TilE vices each evening at 6:30 o'clock.J. .

; v.remembered that this action on their Mrs. A. Williams returned from /IFtO'lJ( t 11)tdL) : ff 01ftf') O. HARRELL.

Dirt Is wholly gratuitous, and can O'Brien yesterday, where she had i at the old prices to close of this

:f oily,)telp them business Indirectly Interest, as It of helps our been visiting friends. I dry goods which he does I C t nljttlttiJ. Sew York Life Premium Accepts Notes for

h directly every ::
I t entire community every man among Charles Hemming of Wellborn not intend to carry any longert I C. C. COOK, Prop. In the present stringency in the

I Tni either In the business circles"or spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. Live Oak ; : : Florida. money market I will accept notes

f ol"the farms ought to give unquali- and Mrs. A. D. Hemming.Mrs. Get a bargain at B .. .. for all or part of the premiums com-
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f fled endorsement to the action, which .U' ing due on life insurance. Interest

*. ire believe nil be done. Clair Humphreys and litHe only 5 per cent.

t ;.., daughter. Elizabeth returned to their Wolfe on Corner CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS B. W. HELVEN'STON,

'It Is cause for gratitude to see the home in Branford this morning.Hon. Agent New York Life Ins. Co.
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'f liberal manner and unamlnlty with F. M. Chancy of Wilmarth, Is in

ttlcb. our merchants and businessmen Wm. M. Holloway State the city today on business. Mr. P. D. Clardy, of Emerson called -
week of
The venire for the second
have taken hold of the Clearing Superintendent of Public Instruction, on ,the Democrat this morning
court was summoned Monday and
House plan and are using the certificates was a distinguished visitor to the city FrontVednesday's Daily. and moved his subscription up an-
after several had been excused for
1r In all of the avenues of trade. yesterday He was en route to Mr. S. S. Hatch vice-president of cause and others substituted the other jear. He is one of our best

,?;' The mutual and fellow confidencet Gainesville for a few days' 'islt. the Branford Farmers' Union Ware the citizens and a good friend to tho
court began grinding away on
that Is demonstrated upon the part of house and Ginning Company was in Docket which was mostly civil cases paper.
all our people speaks more loudly Ex-Sheriff J. W. Hawkins, accom- the city today. His company Is a of
and quite a number were disposed
than can be expressed In a newspaper panied by Mrs Hawkins and their new concern, just organized and they the three days court was in session "Prohibition Growing Formidable"is ,

column a good prophecy for two daughters Misses Mamie and are arranging to apply for a charter. Oak the caption of a leading article In
this week. The suit of Live
oar town and country. It inspires 3 Julia left today for Deadmanville on We wish them much success. the last issue of the Literary Digest
Brokerage & Commission Co. vs. C.
hope that is big with good things. the coast where they will remain Well rather. Have you beard the
F. Tresea and Joe King Jr. was
i let every body start a good word andpass several weeks. Mrs. Hawkins Is not .\ letter received from lion Frank tried and the ,verdict was for the latest frqm Alabama? For "formi-
along. in good health and the trip is made dable" substitute "conquering."
P it Clark states that he will speak hereon plaintiffs as against C. F. Tresca in
chiefly for her benefit. Her many the night of the 25th, and that and for ,,
the sum of $328.83 King. - ---
f, From Saturday's Daily. II friends trust that she will return both he and,the Hon. W. G. Smith, The case of the Southern Purchasing DII. H. S. HOWELL, ;

y. T. H. Mitchell, of Rocky Sink Is home entirely recovered. of the United States Department of i Agency vs. Santa Fe Lumber Co. Optician.
*among tie business visitors In town Agriculture will be in the city all
also
continued for the term as was
I. today. I In our list of those who attended I day on Monday next. Mr. Smith will the case of Jose Cannon and her hus- Tbe refractive defects of the eye

the cane grinding at Jim Brown's make an address at one thirty In the I band vs W. D. 'Mercer trespass. The and and the manufacture of lenses a i

}In. E. R. Boazeman and brother. published Saturday, we had Miss afternoon at the courthouse. I case of W. B. Johnson Co. vs. SantaFe specialty.

I. D. Boazeman. made the Democrat I Wertz's name Miss Works. We are Lumber Co. was tried and theverdict Office at Barclay & oroover Drug

call this morning. the mistake occurred, and we Store. d-w
a pleasant sorry A jolly party of young people i was for the plaintiffs in the
cheerfully make correction today. went out to Mr. Scott's about six Another which
sum of $331.20. case -
Mr. A. B. Morgan, of near Rixford.I miles north of town last night iu the that
was continued for term was
c called the Democrat today, andbad Mrs. Geo. Walters ...::: I : :!Iit
on We learn that automobiles to a cane grinding.; The of J. Ii. Draswell and wife vs. Seaboard -

big name enrolled as a subscriber I an aged lady and one of the old set- following couples composed the Air Line Hallway damagesuit. HAVE YOUNOTICED t

er for one year tlers of Suwannee County died at her party: Chas. Baisden, Miss Sadie I The suit of W. A. Griffith vs.
:.t- I home In Wellborn yesterday. She hada Thomason; Will Hair Miss Eula J 1 D. P. Coachman was continued by : / THE

I r*:: Mr. Walter Popple, one of the substantial large circle of acquaintance and I Moore; Will Dowling, Miss Hallie I consent. II. V. Tookes was discharged -

citizens of Perry, is here today friends, among whom she will l>> I I Mardr; Fred Blackburn and Miss t i from custody on a writ ot II SAXITOL F

He is full of hope and sees badly missed. I Clara Hall. They report a most de- I'aSKT.s The verdict in the fi i
I corpus. ADVERTISING: AN& Off f R IN THE 3
thugs in an encouraging light down lightful time r
f case of W. M. Cubie convicted of sell-
IP bin way I Don't d'bcount! jour Certificated ; ing liquors in the criminal court w i* :i:: LADIES' I KVIC: JOURNAL I Iwu

k They are worth their full face value A new company will be establishedin set asid Band a new trial granted. Anew g .t\.vs 1101'it CO.PUUOllJRDY ;: i

\ :The inconveniences incident to the and the man who gets thtm from Live Oak as soon a* necessary trial was also granted in the n ,\ EVENING POST

we of the Clearing House Association you for less than that is making a publication of the charter notice has 1 case of D. B Strukie vs. the Florida

F' Certificates are exceedingly few. profit on you wtlch: you might a* been made. The City Pharmacy now Railway. Fletcher Brothers were ti (OlUClt.s, ILU\LiTIO VC.i tx

Mi of very little consequence and well keep In jour own pocket. He I owned by Doctors Brown and given Judgment against the Atlantic

Men these our business men are knows that they are perfectly good 11 Ihoauuion will be known as the Coast Line Railway In the sum of 1110 1 i SANITOl PRODUCTS $I.GO iI

endeavoring to eliminate. In fact, and you ought to know the same I' Itrown-Thompaon Drug Company an! $375.00. A motion for a new trial I H

the plan is proving Itself, under prac- thing will be an incorporated business. Dr. having been overruled in the case of --

tical test to be an admirable one. 'n : C. S. Drown well known in business Edith Pratt vs. the Seaboard Air Line I 1 I h Fill in one of the coupons from :1
: I 1, r. above Journals with ::
ev circles as well as a leading physician our name asH
e/f respect. The entire community Fnmi Tuesdaj's Daily. Hallway the defendants' attorne.: f
Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL fin
,a. congratulate itself upon the J. Williams and wife of Suwannee II of the county for some time, will be gave notice of a writ of error and LABORATORY with One Dollar. tl ;

f adoption of It. and rejoice In the are in the city today shopping.Mr. the president of the new company tbe case will gw to tbe supreme P They will MOO jeu an order on n
l treat good it will do. i and Dr. F. E Thomanon will be vice- court u us for the ten products. (Retail H

and Mrs. Jim Wiliams. of Su i president, while W. L. rimer will be The criminal cases disposed of was H n value 270.) :1r

.'r Capt Bob Ivory, of Branford spent wannee Station are in town shopping I secretary-treasurer, and the other in1 : that of Abe Wheeler, charged with .". --- n.:.:

,theda here yesterday looking after ; today.J. I corporators are W. H. Jones OrangeI I murder in the first degree A verdict u _
business I I Bend. Fla.. and V. Gran berg, of this I IN
,= matters. lie gate Ms un- of murder in the second degree H Suwannee

flualilied endorsement to the Clear- M. Drown and son BtlwVrda, of 'elty. was found and Jack Fields convictedof

.< lag Hoasa Association, and carried a Rocky Sink are ia the city today, murder last week was sentenced r II #

!tof, the certificates home with him stopping I Dr. A.V. Micelle of.itl!. ', \N *lBday to life IfRpr'IIOBlDe! 1

that he might introduce his nelghbon'Jto t bpring a practicing "dentist contemplates I The court took rem Wednesday I Drug Company i

tie plan. Mr. Brooks, or McAlpta, pulled mov'ng to Live Oak in the near i, afternoon until MooOay, when the

this morttiag oa Ma way to t'. ature. and will coatinne the practice final the wl I
through adjournm for term : Ii : ';: III; II I ':;liJ
t! *lively party of young! Prol.l West Lake on basiaess. 'of his profession in this city. HI I be.*.. Some motions are to bt

y f. tout to Mr Jim Brown's farm, I office will be located ia the new Me- argued ea lo *4 r was! the cause foi

.wren is tiles west of town last night I We hare a complete Use of good Caller building. the recs... THE BON TON
,-\:. a cane grinding. They report a I
'vou what ou waat at LiveI !
t. roYU can get William Moore,.a prominent Titlsen
.good time and splendid en joy- I Co. When in need of anything In the.
meal otMr.. ak Drag { of I.nravUle. ia among the visitor All are incited to inspect my linenew 0
Brown's hos|>italit>'. hug line go to toe Live Oak Dru;,
\l&se. Hall Boulware, Weeks.Sninton. t in the city today. Co fall goods. Hats dress good

,1 a\Ljadnderson: Mandel, Hugh Carter of Wellborn ealled Ii -- ; !Ire s, embroideries hose underwear
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t. Baalkyight. Taylor and Mesdames at the Democrat office this moraine, Mrs. Anna Williams, who owns tn e corsets, all ready now for inspections
his wbaerlptkwi to thepaper Magnolia Mouse baa moved to tht Cone out 3I.tsd.ty ti* Cite .peuki eg
Tucker and moved up arrived
Jack voile skirts Just
H > Taylor Coach- t i New
\ext vt ifs hear tin addrruet tie
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Bryson place in the east end.
Inci on* year.
4J. .ftatk.b Baker. and Messrs. Fred I p.,HticIiQtt en Ifw oubjrct of farm. S andard Patterns Fashion sheets

f{ l11. Dave Bryan, Pitts. Frank tag l>? a OoH"n'ut t-ipett. 1! given to any one who calls for sam #
JIatk1iurn Ike Williams of Pine )Mount is a I
Carl Lardln. Wingert. I'1111111'L1e.tluy's ".til)'. i Cunit book while in town.
Gala visitor in tbe city today.
,Hair. 1
t. Mania Butler Davis A few more eggs are showing a|<
)aeket. Jack "0. K." stoves and range a;"
Taylor- Coachman and the markets and we tear tkejr Mrs. C. W. Baclie.
; ::Browa'composed in )lr. Geiger. of Alton Is here toda> such fine cookers that tbtm.th i
the party' are worth about thirty teats netdoxea. n _____
; ;, OS bus-ness: <'coking a pleasure. Sold tin l.i\- < >

j t.olll Monday : n .! T. Barton & Co I -
Dally ):
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t *; I* Haddock is here trading with L. K. C"'tfr of HO'I-tn. h am )d --- --- r'f
"** Merchants E. R. Wise was a caller at the the visitors bvre today. -i ,
John Adams of Fl:
today Day
r- .: 1 Democrat office this ..... MrWife I \
*. the '.
i city todaiV's
f Ie sw spoke of the coming of Hon ,
} Hart, Wilmarth in the F1 ,\ Ixindin. of Ppl'fl'k
is .. is in this e '
V en business. \Vn. G. Smith to a4d..t. people, t' d.ion business .. 1
Jo (1;r '>f B- H
\ of this count and expressed a 4eir< I ,n I ( : ;, : !: a : j. .
p, to a good attendance. ij
see
: Howland -
Jr M'
of Lancaster I* r' ti
."Ue cite I J..L iaw4takun, a L.. _ll.r. w. a t :

\ $ today ,n ton this morning tradinsjM ;. Dick Wigeins i i., hcr>- :iIJ
L le Johns of Houstfln, is We havta few good ranges ie f1I i t .1 it.Y
ea fie Pine iio\e! -.tii.! -i.' .ri.!
business today I !rom a ('a1 load older that"P ar.I'

s-iei'K reduoed prices a1 1 :,I- '.',.."> Gdnd-e: o' .
out a'
'fI-'lIg ti s t+i q F 3 t r91i
Chancey, cf Lancaster istZadtng 'T'tey are bargains w'Mile they las' .(i.raulJ; are in ,fown shopping; to.1 Mrs I: D. n..!' ;.\\'cl \\1: > M -} .ii syrag IIlt ua3 if II ?aB t

today. I'J. B. Barton & Co. day. son this morning to v2si" re,:a' v -



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LIVE OAK BANK Dear Sir: If a Oak customer, Fla. wants
Live Oak Worts
; 135.50 do you give him $75? Bottling

LIVE OAK FLORIDA Suppose you should hear of one o*
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$75,000 Surplus $35,000 !I your customers doing a thing like
: R. H. Holmes
Capital '
that and not knowing it, what would Prop.
II. F. President. rf. A. HIXLEY, Vice-President.
you say next time he wants discount?
,i i\' I C. I>. BLACKWELL, C6 bler. I i[ We'll"enture half your men are Manufacturers and bottlers of Coca Cola, Iron Brcir,

t. ATTh M doing that very thing without a suspicion Peach Mellow, Rasporte, Ginol, Lemon, Strawberry,

i Orange, Sassaparilla, Chocolate, Cream Soda, Sherry,

t DOLLARS DO THEIR DUTY 1 Men who paint any other paint Vanilla, Pineapple, Bananna, Buckeye Root Beer, (none
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than Devoe are paying $75 for $35.50
+ and earn something for their owns better and few equals.)
or some other such figures.

. \! s y era when they are placed at Inter- 10 gallons Devoe is enough for a Dr. Pepper and ,
lI good-size house two coats; 15 ,or 20 i
! j':, l "- eat In a good savings bank. By isn't too much of another paint. J, Jersey Cream I

r There's $8.75 or $17.50 for 5 or 10
( all means put your dollars to And variety of other Fruit Flavors not mentioned.
\ extra gallons; besides $2 to $4 a gal a great
work at a good rate of Intereat lon for putting it on; that's $10 to Suffice it to say that if its good we have it. Our pride and

$40 That's how half the houses own fprduction SUWANNEE GINGER ALE are unequaled
: by placing them In the Lire Oak
If stores factories warehouses shops in quality and richness of flavor. Look for our Trade Mark,
f \ Bank. barns fences are painted: $50 for
Label Registered bearing the image of an Indian maiden.

I t I paint and labor; $25 to $50 more for None genuine without it. A fine leader for Jobbers and
not what
: knowing paint to put-on.
LIVE OAK BANK The one to put-on is the paint that Wholesale Grocers. Our plant is up to date in every partic-

4 PER CENT INTEREST Pill SAVINGS DEPOSITS1TEASPOONFUL takes least gallons and makes leapt ular, being operated entirely by electrical power arM none

: nil I "I I I 1 ; I I11I1 III gallons and makes least bills for but DISTILLED AND FILTERED WATER used in the preparation

paint and labor. Yours truly, of our goods. Yours for business and best of drinks,
40 F. W. DEVOE & CO. I
Box 44 Live Oak Phone 65-2R
Works.
I I'. S. Suwannee Hardware Co. sell i: Bottling I

j our paint dw i iI : v3 a",t- 3# Gt S .....'..&- H1w tla4......t"
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1! After putting up a bluff a man ill -

apt to stumble over it.

L I I 11 MallaryBros.Machinery .

\ I DeWitt's C rbolie d Witch Hazel

Salve is tofttiag aDd soothing Good Co.

[ t. OF L. L. L. IS A DOSE ,I I Company.for pi.... Sold by Live Oak nov-d Drug iLA Macon Georgia

Taken night and morning it relieves INDIGESTION. I 61 I -
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!' CONSTIPATION BILLIOUSNESS HEADACHE Folks who are seesawing between 41 ENGINE BOILER
J and all the ills COTTON GINNING MACHIIIEHT.W'
coming from a neglected LIVER.
i right and wrong always think that MILL CHINEKT.'iUi9': MI! .c'rt ,
: CONSTIPATION is one of the curses of civilization and the
Providence gives them! a good man\ Mills Pumping Outfit
many injurious nostrums taken for relief only help the trouble.
ups and downs in life. I GASOLINECotnpleUi ENGINES
, Th bowels are freed at the time of the poisonous refuse. but they are left
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, m a weakened condition.tA.MARM ,ulita a IpftialtJ. New
LEMON LAXATIVE tone up the liver and You may know by its warmth and : make.t t,,yuur Interest to COIII'&ea
enables it to do IU work without
medicine.
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S L L L U a pnrelr: vegetable eomnound and Sa nature'remedy put in con beer whether! a man's light comes .. "' ..."" ......

venient form. Sold by UFlm Class Druggist from heaven. i iHe --- -- ------ ._-- _._ =:==::----
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Macon G.orgiaRJORPIDIVER Fought at Gettysburg.- Out At Cost

David Parker, of Fajette, N. Y., Selling

who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: I

Electric Bitters have done me more

good than any medicine I ever took. j Every Tuesday and Tnursday; of each ,I

For trouble several, and sears paid out I bad much stomach money |j!! week all my entire stock of Dry Gopds

t for medicine to little purpose until I land Shoes
1 Electric Bitters. I
I began taking ,
A Good Liniment. |i No wonder the hypocrite deceives
would not take $500 for what they j j FOR CASH
When you need a good reliable lin- himself when he is foolish enough to "
have done for me. Grand tonic for
iment It' has try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. : think he is deceiving the \1m1ght\, I tie aged and for female weaknesses. II Begining November 5th for eight weeks. '_
no superior for sprains and
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swellings. A piece of flannel slightly I Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One Great sure cure alterative for lame! and back body and builder weak; : F. M..Green, : :: : Pinemount,_FjNOTICtr. .

dampened with Pain Balm is superior I Ik Chai.ibcrl.iin's bile nnn
>seof ,
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I kidne>s Guaranteed by Barclay & :
to a plaster for lame back orI .
Cholera antI Diarrhoea :
Groover druggist 50c nov-dw ELL
: D. B. CA
pains in the side or chest. It also relieves Remedy. 1! Notice Is hereby ,given that the

rheumatic pains and makes ; undersigned as administrator
I weak from attack of 1\1111..1. kidney Pill. of the SKi V .mWlllc\
sleep and rest possible. For I was so an 'mtfial *
sale by Estate of J. A. Adams, deceased, will
Barclay & Groover and all diarrhoea that I roaM scarcely attendto Hats you neglected your 1 Kidc-vs! .
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druggists on Monday, the 13th day of
January, .
Hare you overworked your nervous WiUgoanywhv. :::'ate to
nov-w. my duties, when I took a dose oChamberlain's {
1908. present his cUketfur-.
caused with vouchers, receipts ., r
Titem and trouble you Any style or pnc 1 '
Colic; Cholera and anti report of and for lint J
A Methodist Minister Recommend kidneys and bladder! Have you pains the Estate of mshed' Alwa<. 1 : good
Chamberlain's Cough llfnieiljr. arrhoea Remedy. It cured me entirely in loins, side, bad, :roi all and bladder J. A. Adams, deceased, and thereupon burial suits for la : ., :.ltlotnea.
and I had been taking other apply for ,
I his final discharge N LA
We have used Chamberlain's Cough HaT you a flabby appearance! is For suits caliat \1 n.-
medicine for nine days without relief, of the face, especially under administrator of the said etate. -
Remedy in our home for seven years, .
I heartily recommend this remedy as Too frequent a desire to J. II. WETHEULIXGTON.
pass
and it has always proved to be a reliable eyes I 6l (-'>: pUt!
remedy. We have foud that It being the best to my knowledge for urine! If so, Williams' Kidney Pills : ..; '
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would do more than the manufacturers b wet complaints.-R. G. Stewart, of will cure you-at Druggist Price 59c. '' :NOTICE "" .-:-. ', .
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claim for it It is especially the firm of Stewart & Bro., Green Williams' Mapufacturiae Co. Props., llotlce is hereby given that the 9gaeh.t.l; 1/
Cleveland O. Sold by Suwannee physicians of the Suwannee
and vine Ala. For sale by Barclay & County '
good for croup whooping cough, Writ tonc and a"r, .. :r.'seC .
Rev. James A. Lewis, Groover, and all druggists. w e Drug Store. oar-:Tr Medical Association will place all P061UOM.aDd beat&.!.' ,a f*.car
Pr'sIt
EUGiJ A 'f- J(
Pastor Milaca, Minn.' M. E. Church.] their past due accou:t.s In the Lands

Chamberlain's cough Remedy is Lots of men can outline a brilliant Too man; dollars in a man's'of the association's special agent for rh: forsake
you r)
sold by Barclay & Groover and all, national policy who make a failure of I pocket have been known to crowd the collection, If not satisfactorily settled of gO are liken
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druggist noT-w ordinary parentage. I sense from under his hAt. I by Decembe 1, 1907. leave your hca &. Locae.



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ADMIN ISTR.TRLT NOTICE. r
AM STILL ANOTHER.
I Notice Is hereby glyen that I, the

undersigned administratrix upon the Duncan V. Fletcher, of Jacksonville, YOUNG MAN HAS

J A? estate of S. E. Thompson deceased Announces for the United

,,'m. on the 25th day of November
States Senate.TimesUnion .
1907 at the court house in Live Oak,
( 17th.)
Fla., present to J. N. Conner, County NEW THEORY
A Times-Union reporter having :
Judge
my accounts and vouchers of
heard some rumor to the effect that
said estate for annual settlement
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Mr. Duncan. Fletcher had announced i
September 20, 1907.ELIZABETH.
to run for the United States ,

fined b11ndigestion. If you eat a TlIO IPSO senate called on him last night to ascertain Human Life Seems Centered In Stomach.
Sept.
t"; too much or if y"J are subject to 20-60 days Administratrix. if such was a fact. Mr. I .

'4"Sucks of Indigestion you have no doubtf Fletcher stated to the that 1 .
reporter
All Else Is
: Sifcrtness! of breath, rapid heart beats, Special Muster's Sale. Secondary.
i Sjrtburn cr palpitation cf the heartI Pursuant to a final decree of foreclosure -I he had not deemed it advisable up to j '

Indirection causes the stomach to this time to make any jublic an- j I
dated Oct. 9t ,-I907 for the I The Immense success which has followed
eestlre
;: iaa *;'*': This crowds the heart and inter- sum of1 J1794.48 principal and the ''i L. T. Cooper during the past duty getting every particle of vitalIty

'-* with its action and ?in the course of sum of $190 Solicitor's fees, and the has come to say that after careful'I year with his new preparation has exceeded out of all food by transferring it to the

feteS tI heart becomes diseased.Kodol. I cost, made and entered and deliberate consideration of the ; anything of the kind ever before bowels In n perfectly digested state-
It in
the
II I Cir- matter and advices from friends he ,;! witnessed in most of the leading this above all else brings health."
cuit Court of Suwannee County, Florida 1' cities where the young man has introduced 1 Mr. A. C. Brock, chef of the Brock '"
in that announces his candidacy and he said the medicine. Cooper has Restaurant
certain cause therein a' Market District Boston,
; pending wherein, The West, Flynn & further: "With a keen sense of the novel theory. lIe believes that the human Mass, who is a staunch believer in Mr.
responsibility attached to the office, !I, stomach is directly responsible Cooper's theory and medicine has this
Harris
for Dyspepsia Company Is complainant, andJ. the for most disease. To quote hU own to soy: "I had chronic Indigestion for
a genuine appreciation of dignity
E? Davis and W. E. Davis as copartners :i;', words from an Interview upon his arrival over three years. I suffered terribly

what eat takes the strain off doing business under the of the position knowing full well the :, In an eastern city: "The average and lost about thirty pounds. I was a
j&fzest> you high honor 1 am asking the people to I i r.an or woman cannot be sick; if the physical wreck when I started this
and contributes nourishment firm of
* name Davis
-of the !heart Bros., and LiddieM.
stomach
T fctnrth and health to every organ of the Davis confer and realizing that it should ;, is working properly. To be Cooper medicine, a month or so ago.
the
wife of J. E. i there
Davis are sure are diseases of a virulent Today I am as well as I ever was in .
I' bed For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour command the best ability the highestintegrity '>
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': Btomach Inflammation of the mucous defendants and wherein, I, the undersigned nature, such as cancer, tuberculosis my life. I am no longer nervous my
-:: aiembnnes lining the Stomach and Dijje sJTI was appointed Special the moat vigorous and ;; diabetes, etc., which are organic and food does not distress me In the least

:\ Tract.Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh Master active powers tbe state can furnish :: are not traceable to the stomach but and I have a splendid appetite. I am
to
? of the Stomach. execute said final decree; I and promising to bring to it, if ; even fevers can, In nine cases out of gaining flesh very rapidly-In fact, at
therefore I will, on the first Monday ten, be traced to something taken Into the rate of a pound a day. I would
i ,f; :tTtt l rt palpUais! and I would become very weak. to its duties and untiring industry nervous exhaustion that is now so could have done for me what this has
.J.$ fjtfij I fat a bottl of Kodol and it cave ma immeHxt 2nd day of December, the ,
? niieJ. ACer using a few bottles I am cured. dying untrammeled by any entangling alliances common, is caused by the stomachic done. It is a remarkable preparationand
.. fIRS LORING NICHO'-S, Penn Yen N.Y. legal hours of sale at the town of conditions, and it is because my rem Mr Cooper deserves all his suc-
but in the Inter-
or interests edy will and does '
Peacock, Florida, In Suwannee county regulate the stom- cess.
Y tJ' Itomach trouble and: was In a bad< state as I est of the whole people, I intend to ach that I am meeting With such,
suc We recommend the Cooper
t 'W 1IIt trOlIb!a with it. I took Kodol Drspc ,, sell at public auction to the preparations
*. pie tut aIxIut tour anomhs and it cured me.D. ask the Democratic electors of the cess. as being remarkable medicines.
KAUBI* Nevada a highest and best bidder therefor, for "To the
sum matter up-a sound dl-
nomination e-Suwanae Ca
state of Florida for the of I Il Drug
cash, the following described property -
Ditfests What You Eat n:ted States senator at the approaching -- ,
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primaries. I shall tendermy
and fixtures set up at said Peacock, EffORT English Cotton Spinners Pleased.
lUifwtlra. rnptnd U. Lib- resignation as chairman of the I OF THE STATE
{ Florida.
.a.b.lderast7erx.0.D.Wlt Terms
of sale
\ cash. Pur-
!S: I hf.fUtmt fM. .", *.CI.,OLle.,e,V .*. state Democratic executive committeeas Washington, Nov. 14.-President
chaser to .
for title.J.
pay
r a I I't soon as the next meeting is call I Iloosevelt today gave publicity' to a
B. JOHNSON I letter he has .
..msssssssssssssssssssssll > ed." I received from C.V.

f I Special Master.' I : TU SKITUK: 1'OACK de LF.O.YSASIIKS Macara, president of the International

DR. L. M. DIXON, 1OBNTIS KAY, DOGGETT & SMITH I MAY TAIL Federation of Master Cotton'Spinners -

rc : r ->T. Ci(6)I > 1 Jacksonville, Fla. A bank account with nothing in it and Manufacturers' Association

: Solicitors for Complainant. is more respectable than not having dated at Manchester, England November

gOBTuDOXTU, CI;OWN AND BU1DOC J i D-wky-lmo one with your pocket full of money. i 6. The letter speaks in mosti

I *? WORK SrECIALTIES. S THE COMMITT[ MAKS REPOF.T[ optimistic terms of the future of the

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f the United States
Offices lal..hl nutUIm 0
; {and of tbe benefits derived from the
UUi\tSSSSEiiiiSi-iSSSSi Can You Write a Ghost Story?
I{Atlanta
Heirs of I":>nee <+ie Leon May convention and the Southern -

i--, )i.pi'.e of IIi..ht'S i tour of the members of the federation

, J. M. PRICE, M. D., iI ,,
No doubt :you know one you have been tell- I

ing for years.Ve will give a
lie Charitableto
-: PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON. SaD Juan p R.. Xov. lJ.-The: efforts -

CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor made by the committee author- your horses as well as to yourself.

orricx 'PHON. 1st the best Ghost Story written by youngor ited by the Fior'.da: legislature to You need not suffer from pains of

EXSIDENCK: 'PHONE 182. secure the remains of Ponce de Leon. aay sort-your horse need not suffer. -
old male or female. 1
have.for the time being failed. Gov. 1 ry a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini '
The only condition is that each contestant
em,.ka Rear of Suwanae Drug >torltlaienoi.l.D FO3t advised the commission recently ment. It cures all pains. J. M. Rehertz

send Fifty Cents for a years subscriptionto that the remains: of the explorer indisputably Bakersfield, Mo., writes: "1

> G. K. Creekmore. M.D. THE SOUTH :RN CYCLONE, a monthly are here but he is of the have used your Liniment for ten

I publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. opinion from only the heirs: can consent years and find it to be the best I

Anderson & Creekmore. The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot; to their removal. The Catholic have ever used for man or beast. ,

church has been the custodian of l told by Scwannce Drug Co. nov-dw" !
it has a will of its own, and stands on a platform -
Phy bans and Surgeons, Pone de Leon's ashes since their interment J
unique in policy and principle. The
.t' and tbe insular governmenthas The reason a man argues politics _
UT .(k. FtorMa. first number will appearNOVEMBER BO Jurisdiction in the matter. h le doesn't know what he is talking

Office over J. C. Baisden'i store. Office FIRST The question will come up for further about.
t phone 40.

;,- Residence phones 16 and 131. Write Oti one side of paper only; story not consideration upon the return
'" here of the Catholic bishop of Porto 1'iieumonLi Follows a Cold
to exceed 1,000 words contest will close
.., ;
i Rico. but never follows the use of Foley's

L 10111IO. A. B. SMALL FEBRUARY, 15th 1908. Honey and Tar. It stops the cough, ;'

& SMALL A Hard Debt to Pay. deals and strengthens the lungs and
ROB&RSON and winner will be announced in the March '
prevents pneumonia. City Pharmacy. ; }
number. Send in your subscription at once. "I owe a debt of gratitude that can *
never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark. nov
ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LA\V.
SOUTHERN CYCLONE of West field, Iowa "for my rescue
THE
Withstood Other Treatment But
, Will do general practice in State and from death by Dr. King's New Di .- i
Quickly Cured liy Cliunibcrluin's
Federal Courts.
I>\.T.; Doth lungs were so serious s
30 Live Oak Fla. (>> Kemoly.
| toouluoa! [Ur-STAias]. LBWIM BCIUHHO Drawer ,\ affected that death seemed immin- URI

! 'Pioxa N. 10.UTl 11'> when I commenced taking :New "Last winter I caught a very severe
OAI. : FLORIDA. cold which lingered for weeks"
t ,J"WO'. The orainors dry. hack-
says J. Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario F
-- -- uJ-: cough quit before the first bottle
"My cough was very dry aDd harsh.
used and two more bottles madeniijilete
J. B. JOHNSON The local dealer recommended Cham- I
cure. Nothing hag ever
errs t i.r.d: New Discovery for coughs, berlain's Cough Remedy and guaranteed -

mOUEY AND COUHSELIR AT LAW, Ov P PTttaot 1 K ana all throat and lung com- it, so I gave it a trial. One i i

small bottle of it I believe
cured
me. -
.
LIVE.OAK, FLOIUI > Guaranteed by Barclaycr &

.. ">\ druggist. SOc and $1.00. Chamberlain's Cough Remedyto
-Office
ia White Building,- be the best I have ever used." i
i : ;little free nov-dw'
M. -- ----- -- taaata This remedy is for sale by Barclay A. r
t
E. BROOME Groover and all druggists. DOV-W. t
!rities| J. O. Blanchard and C. M.
IttDrneJ And a -,-- ---- t
Counselor it Law, 't h arrested John Yomg and Edt
For Sick Livers Ill Circuit Court, Stale ..f Florida,
5-' LIVE OAK, FLA. for gambling; Arthur Graham Tlu'nl Judicial Circuit, .Suu nnrCounts' ...

y Will practice in all the courts of the -'-alias ride OB train and Lee In Clwivcrry.Matio ti

***. Special \', !: ,-\vs for larceay: in O'Brien Stand harden (Coiiimwn, '.. \\'. p
attention given to con- VEGETABLE if. .
llanlrti. 'k-rl"lld..I.
; "JMiCM,collection of rents, etc. All A PURELY .' ':,.\ broofht them to Live Oak It appearing by affidavit append tt

btW promptly attended to. ===COMPOUND== ,, r-'rlla). to the'bill filed in the abovestatedcause i

Ir\otarr Public; State at Lart: that \V H. Harden the defendant p *
&IL CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP. Thre's art UseAn. therein naui'-d is a nonresident '

nilKTIY CURES lS and of the State of Florida and is <>
ALL RRCO PL .. can't beat Heroine torTe
yUlvULl LIV NTS. d ynrj resident of ti- United States. bv

A GUARANTEED:: CURE fcr all diseases produced by '.:vcr. ; !greatest regulator ; more particularly unknown and tli.v :,

fOlEY'SONEY TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Or.e tools purchases I .< r offen d to suffering hnttanity. II'I I there i.s no person in the State ": a
sick tomorrow. Florida the service ol a ;'# ut-
save you s j TtOeDa ;
toy trial Buffer I rom liver ClJn:->1a.iat. if .. ,
Ion whom would bind.iid ,1! : ndan',
I ;: ,M a' a bi"t.; :> and fret; >il. its y".ir and that said defendant u ',-.er ti.M: '

OF CHILLS FEVER AFTER .-. : will ;I' in t,
t CURED r. and iltrl.iije! \lUt> !It'- al! II; pntJ'-one \( ar.r then v'

t I ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED ,' .' cot. :I., : n. .\ pOS ; -.'>'> :::'.' fiT fort .,: I, i that "':inj n'-i : esidf'r.1

; AND TAR I Mrs. W. A. Whitewelt. mory. Tex.. i i" ,' ipatl-.n. U'l.oJ"UfSI I' ,, ;.- d.. 1' : .J!. 1 he i4 h..hrequir: ; &r, s
l' th bill of
d
child had chills and fever 1 : ; loiaplaim
writes"My '
} i, i ..1iIt\ .j 1 Hto a tor] .; : } ..
I We tried all kinds of 4 ::1.,1 1 -, -if fin or 1 Ul'ire: }fuDd. -
a me for i kinds fear years.and finally aa acquaintance. of ." !it., aid 1 >u will no.I : ,'. hi; .' _', of liM--mi.-/) It

The originalWilVEcoygli cine recommended Ilerbint. We us:; Suwannee Drug j lS07.otherwi.M- al'!"-..i''u!is of sail ;

tare: bottle, and the child is now completely i' .-. : .iiv. uov-dw hill will \>.- tan.n a, < ">:ii:. --ed by said .t
cured. You hare my permission I. f' IK: ,1.:
remedy, nub.ish; this testimonial, as I cheer- ..: .!i. 1 that this; '.

mtt* :* recomraeiid llcrbine to all mothers \ TI; E"I :- '. ,,' I a week for 1: 1S
contiha, colds throat and lun, children afflicted a* nine/ v-'. .. in the S Iewapaper -
J'to .' ( ; : .
?:.G t.4 f.TeaJbcdy Nuii-aicohuiic. :SOTTlt. 50e GET TOE OENllStBAIURD : : .f i : put>-
L\
-;- ) Suld where. :, IX "' ....... : and State.
every L : l\ ''''' '' .a .t SNOW LINIMENT CO ,. I, ", '.' ;.
The genuineS \u*' for r..u",".anl-: '' I .n / -r -'i 1 )
U. S. A.'SOLDANDRECOMVIENDED. I : .r' \V. BKYSOX.C'.vr'ii )
HOlY and TAR is in ST. LOUIS ,, 01"1(1'I : (
: Ci-cuit CourL \ ,
Wpacka."e.: Refuse :substitute I ,1 \\' y, '.t-i: : I. \. .
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THE SUWAXXEB DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22. 19O7.

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i AN INVITATION \

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'!I' (I) is extended to all my friends and 1 customers, ,.in fact, to every !;

j citizen! of Suwannee county. to come and see me when you make t

! i I your winter purchases.
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1 My stock of goods is larger than ever. Shoes Clothing Hats Ladies ;i iil

il / Cloaks Skirts and Hats a general line of Dry Goods and Groceries. !;

4 +\ This store will give full value for your money, for whatever you wish to buy, l
5 and will appreciate your patronage.Clearing 'J
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j i House Certificates _: E

accepted at face value for anything we have i in our store.
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It" m You. will never be, or see anybody J\1;, a full line of the I i

I': better dressed than we'll do it for you j. famous .i Y si sI&

It with t' Boyden, and \.J I

Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. .. ;,. '" Johnson & Murphy, !
; :iHere's /. .
r : : j. shoes from $x.00 to $6.08. i
one of the models, all wool, \ 1r r __ if f
perfect tailoring; and we'll fit any man I I ., ,,' J V. v'ar. ii
Our stock of shirts, undcr and iI
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: a who comes, big, little, fat thin. These "f :,,' J hosiery IS complete. We are still handling {
m clothes are made right. './ f the well known "Emery" shirt, the I
It'l": /11. best shirt made f J.50 i
; to retail at$J.00 to$
You want your clothes to fitve J
I wont sell them to you if they don't.
Copyright i',>r o"HmSclttcner 'Marx by

No name and Stetson hats always on hand / t

you know what they are the name is suffi-
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BUTLER BROS., c

m Mens Outfitters Live Oak Florida.y. i
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