Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00186
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t Fuming ni.t'usS-lIon. Hanks Are Anxious to Tak_ Vp the

',r." nk Clark I* Here and Will J\ Panarka Bonds

Speak Tonight

Washington. Nov. 24.-The eventsof

goo. Frank Clark, Congressman the last week ii the financial situation -

1-.' this district accompanied by have centered around the offer

",-'.: 'Win. ,G. Smith, of the United by government to revive bids for
i Department of Agriculture ar- $50.000.000 in C per cent bonds for

>,'""ln the city last night. This Panama canal (instruction and offersat

""(Int a number of citizens met par for $1 00,003 in treasury

J:it the hotel and finding that p
certificates running one year at 3 percent
Smith wished to visit one of they .

:farms in person, a trip was
.- ed for them out to Mr.'Ise's The announcemen\ of this project

t at the end of the rock road. by President Roosevelt, in his letterto

'ugh the courtesy of Mr Thoa.: Secretary Cortel Oil published

gag, his big auto was secured Monday, has done muth to restore

Mr. Chastaln the expert gas normal conditions w the money

T. took the party out. A very market. The preml/m on currency

nay was enjoyed at the while somewhat ob inate has been

>firm and Mr Smith expressed gradually decllnln and the rally in

i at seeing such fine farming the stock market Saturday, followingthe
visit to Washington of J. P. Mor-
try. _
Be stalks of cotton and corn gan and George F. Baker, Indicate
"Cab, sr1".d
In twitun 1 .raw.
i'secured from Mr. Wise to use that confidence i -being restored by
---- ------- ---- the manifest betweenthe
itVns in the practical talkr. I II CO-Orfratlon
Sm\h made this afternoon I KVTRA SESSION'' YKT.Governor i ii WINTER ('OUTILYUl'XU: IIRYAN. government and big financial in-
the nrthous Mr. WJse also SEVERE terests in New York The mall of-

." h eats with /ne fine i Gone/xorth, and If at all, Former Introduces flutter as Inspiration fers from national /banks for the

ne, I Session \\" 11 He In January. to (KMH! Citizenship Panama bonds are t*ery heavy The '

:Qalte a larg crowd if farmers I Tallahassee./ Fla., Nov 23.-The NOIiCONSIDERA61B IKASTKRNT- F:\crj vv lu're. envelopes will not, be opened until
the time for bids closes
receiving on
Ii this mo lug hear the that tle extra session of the .
Nov 23. Christian
LAST ( ('O.U T Washington. Saturday next.OFF .
; and an from the .I Florida Legisl ture would be called Citizenship as exemplified by the

L by the o rnment, some for December St was sent glimmering Young' Men's Christian Association,

bra a on many little today 'when the overnor left Tallahassee -! I 'was the topic of an address by'il- FOR WASIiINGTON.Prc .

-obtems wi whi t they have to to be absen\A week, the prime DAMAGE DONE liam J. Bryan, at a largely attended
id'nt of Georgia Farmer l"nIonWill
purpose of his vlsi being to attend I mass meeting held under the auspicesof
with is t roughly practical the National Dralnag Congress to beheld I the international convention of Confer \ 'th Roo evelt.Barnesville .

er. 1 as his own farm at Baltimore November 25; 26 : Due life Is H'-lit. ted Ix>st In l).-Ia- that association, at Convention hall Ga, \ s23 -President -

eTf be directs imseif. Our peo- 27 The Governor to make a': ,,; re this evening It was the leading R F DuckworthVf thrf Georgia

i Ire much Indebted to our Con- speech before that Body Wednesday featttrt of todaj's events of the convention Farmers' Union left tolay f>r Wash

i for baring secured the ser- on the drainage of /he Everglades I }lr. Bryan was escorted to ington to hold>rvrontreure by appointment
i of Mr. Smith to make us this It be as certain that the B Corteljou, President fUoosevelt
f T may reganyd I Boston. Mass. 'ov. 24.-EndtBg- platform by George; vyith
the Governor woulA not be absent I' eriBg the shipping all along the Ma !secretary' of the treasurj tremendous President Duc\worfy saiilhe expected
Xf, dark will make an address to- from th capital trie week before he applause greeting the two men as to meet in Wa<44gtoniother members
.d tieing Mjrore.
s*eh i etu coast a up
I tt the courthouse to every exited to have In extra session of vessels In the ha r a northeasterly ,they made their appearance in the of the national legiflative com

I Every body invited The the Legislature op his hands and gale blowing at ixty miles an boar I hall wbf'retk spoke }fr. Bryan mittee of the Farmers Union

5 will be under the auspices of store the proclan tlon bas not yet set in this aftern >n. I' who made the principal address was He said since certificates and canal
r Board of Trade. been issued, and since it will be Is- introduced J y )'Ir. Corteljou and the bonds were authorized cotton has advanced

seud In the even of an extra session Winchester. \ i", Xov 24,- V remarks of'both were heartily applauded nearly ;000.000 in value
THE POPt ST IIKIV.XL.ttce at least teu day before the rooV"O- ailed ia Northern In his address introducing
heavy snowstorm rev t
ins of the st'Sslo. It may now be set Virginia toty. covering tbe Mr Bryan. Mr Corteljou said: I

Wlonsl Coma Meet Tomorrow down lu the, pipe f the prophets for ground to a dept of four inches "Mr. Bryan's presence here in In- LOCAL OVERFLOW.to

fc Tolk otfTom Watson for slow smoking, that the extra session tt'f'Datlonalron\'f'Dtion.:; is an inspiration T-

Jdent. will hardly be caUed. if at all before Delaware Breai -water Del, Nov to good citizenship everjwhere" J. W Carver, ofl Columbia, paidthe

='?OiieL I1L, \'ov. 23.-The Populist the next calendai year begins :}i I 24.-The northe t gale which swept j He said Mr Bryan's interest in theasiation's Democrat W uV iant call this V
II a n't ('t IHfideil. undertakings is well afternoon \ 1 r
sal Conftnlttee wUl have a meet- y 'along the Atlant coast today wast'Slt'ClalIy i
[ When the is> approachedon j I be had the honor andpleasure
lit the Wrnes Governor this vicinity.
Hdtel St. St Louis,, sever In I
**aber id In addition to mem- the subject u fie merely replies that One life was Itt as a direct result I Ii I! ,''presenting to you my Drew Groover came up from Lake

of the! naj/onal committee, he has not jet ;etermined what shall i of the heavy sea and a chooser was friend of maty years, the Hon Wil- City yesterday\wljfre he Is attending

ds sad vi rs have been call- be done How the date of December | blown ashore an is tonight in danger ''! lIam J. BrvanV ; Columbia Collect' for a few days'vl8lt

. th itlng may*result in 2 became fixes in the minds of the j 1 of being pou ded to pieces )Ir. Bryan drew m.ny lesion and with home/oiX3. lie will spend ,]

..t 1 of /time and place for State house oc< upants as the positive 'I'I pointed out tbe'nftufnce# to be exerted a day hunting while re.Mr. .

the Aivention of 19OS and date for the e' tra session to be convened Atlantic J.. Nov 24.-The and benefits fb bt derived from an i
reaomi is now scunething of a mjsterv which pro- ( active CEr> Uan>Vui!; nshtp He spoKe Frank E. Lowenstein -of the
t ;
n of Tom Watson of severe :
Though it mav vet be so, events of vailed here Cit.t.iy, and which was jof the tie Wt bind all Christianitythe Monarch.... Manufacturing Co?Atlanta;,.

iO Chzlrman J. H Farris, of the p'resent pro pest do not seem to central off tonight, has made I I of tbe differences ii progress of Ga. oa of tbe leading extract and ..
d todlv indicate that thl- State house prophets damage hasbeen heathen nations as compared with bottlers sT>vplv' houses in the United
: "The meeting is high tides
Of in a measure our party Is I were cornet in their forecast.To reported optside the' nppia off I those which hid embraced Christianity States, was to the cito May, looking -

ty party, but really calamity those whf are acquainted with a few piling! on Young's old pier ; oM e great in uence of the Y. after busies matters and visiting -

the motive this time The the serious purpose of the Governor The meadow{ were flooded, trolley I MCA. for good. \>f the lesson of his old fries 4t. H. Holmes, of c-

l are pleas\i with the trenisentimentr to drain the Everglades it is not surprising service was int rfered with and telegraph moral courage from the act of the Live Oak'< fdmov/Atd widely known
I that h should leave the extra and tel* hone wires sufferedof prodigal son in returning to his father bottling worksjf Mr enstein, besides -
twer people session in a recondary.place while and declared that if we cannot being oXe of theVpst affable ""
more in time of i
as to this financiaVritis. Beat ; there was an oportunitfof him to XoT U.-PltUa- send preachers to the heathen we I gentleman jKd genial c .ianions,
,* the ; add one jot or title to the probabilityof had Us first can send Christ to them for every living is somew /t of an artist and*>r>plies
government is 1Ui us, for
_ !!t time fn my remembran
e.ecxasion.'a brought with it ia itself The Christian life is an unanswerable desi..E for labels, signs, hangers

: \ d111i1'I' OS KUUsi10ver J argument in favor of etc.
Christianitv )Ir. Bryan declared
wind to a velocity of
'tempers Is -- The ros
le-Il tec1. |
;)tGtfoit j', ,\ Thus l'ar (CHmie 'IliScwm. fort miles an |wnr and the heavy : that the Y. M C, A was of economic Mr Worth W. Trammel, State ,J

Va, Nov 23.-/Thena- j rain aceompan ng it turned to fleet I' advantage in every city It is cheaper : Food and Drug Inspector, who wa Ii

eration of Later, indore- and snow in t J> evening he said, to keep men from doing in our city last week. stated that all
Nor 21.-The census
4-Eves aft *OTf and P0 Washington. wrong than to reform then In the dealers in foodand drugs should inform -
cot- .
IwridenrvSamuelJConipers.. and bureau today issued its report of on n01 New York. :,\ov. 24.-New York penitentiary after they have committed tbemselresym to pure food law -
.*UU ahyfora ton ginning: fo; the growth Sod tfj/r .
at conmand windswept rainsoaked todayin wrong. and regulations. that should
total of was 'Dd \
showing a
= |8Hsh langMge those who : to November 14. that all
the heavy stoita which came booming see theirVoodsere made
Sit f to ttafigV his personal 7,311."02 bales compaXl: (Ountlng with 562.242 round as up the Atlantic coast from Cape CharleK Batortfp happened to n i I I to conform to the'\&w. /Mr. Tram- ,, \\

er oOofal cdsduct. this : half bales. Hatteras sending ships scurrying to very painfuX ace""'t this morning mel further saWibai tt department \
7.501,10 for ,
r-\ nanl/ously reacted Mr bales for 1966aD, ( and others hugging which resulteV IB bruising his right did not desire tcAcause/neonvenience ji

"" to oace for another term : 1905 The number. Of/ouod bales port their anchorages keeping an the harbor. arm just below he elbow He was i i to the mia faetUr. a/d dealers but 1
e w ch followed the elecen included is. .t 2.AO9 fo/ 1907. for starting the enafd* in his automobile, that it wolf J.4,. in9ist On the law being .-

of great enthusiav 200.S66 for 1906. an/eluded:09.006 42.70 When in doub/as to where to have when it "bac /fire ," suddenly with i complied wtTu. atj1 where it was
-tper8, when he came 1905. Sea Island prescriptions filled. take them such force a/ to break the bone init i found that the law was being ignor-
1906. and your
ver his speech of accept- for 1907, 30. 71 for number of active to the Live Oa / Drug Co They will I two We trgst he may soon recover eJ and disregarded, prompt action

meived with great out- 103 for 1905 The for 1907 fill them correftly No substituting. [with no pemanent injury to follow would: be taken in the premises. _
,ginneries were 26,571 I I Ic'V(

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1t t YOU WILL BE .

r'. .u._. .+ of Investment Jacksonville Real Estate that will at once appeal to
j ++ and woman who can place as- much as $10 a month in a real estate .
j Diamonds, Watches, Clocks Brooches, + man a
ti The combination at the low price made is just as sure *"11
i Rings, Scarf pins. Cut Glass, Handpainted ,1 !: ing accouet. to'
j China Silverware of all kinds, Teasets, i : a fifty:to one hundred per cent.profit as Jacksonville IS sure to grow: -
Bread trays, Pitchers, Knives, Forks, : takes in three of the most rapIdly developing} sectIons of Jacksonville: 'a'.

1 Spoon. Case Cups, Childs Cups, Flasks, : "corners" the Situation and makes the small investor absolutely ;sure of Jfe- .

I Thimbles Corkscrews and Pencil Decanters, Match Boxes, + + profits. By buying three.lots; in' the Special Fall combination the investor c jj;.
'. : the selling prices. The: three lots [ choice from
No. 3783, Price 5685.00.GREENLEAF I save $150 on present play') ,
:f in this combination; and their present selling prices follow: !
I & CROSBY CO. Jacksonville.FIa
; Jewelers, Goldsmiths end Slluersmlttis. i Murray Hill Heights, approached by beautiful Highway
avenue, paved, or from St. Johns drive, paved near the 4
i ; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ESTABLISHED \EARS.i i I:t new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Railway '1i
n ii 11111111111111 m n i n 11 n 111n i n m111CJEXKIIAL < : and a sub-division that is aIIwhItremeIY $ 20 0 F

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IUKKCTORY. KILLED HillS (XU'SIV.SumLiy I.I. Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and j

I : Kings road, in front of the Edward Waters College
STATE OFFICERS. :, TrageJy cm the SuuanneeHiter : and adjacent to.more new cottages than any other sec-$3 5 0
N. B. Broward, Governor. I I at/Old Town. :f tion of Jacksonville, present selling prIce.. .. ., .........
(Gainesvirfe t Sun 19th. .
H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State.
East Grand Park, approached by beautiful Kings road, a +
\ fearful
tragedy enacted at :I.
Wm. V. Knott, Treasurer.A. I j I Old Town was mignificent suburb, high-class, clean, strictly white and $ 1 5
C. Croom Comptroller. i I: in which twl of) the county.most prominent Sunday, :t rapidly dev'eloping, present selling price....................... .. 0
W. II Ellis Attorney General
1 i citizens of teat section of the county :
B. E. McLIn, Commissioner of Agri
culture. i II were participants, and which cost :I TOTAL. $700 (
Thomas \lc teen his life having received .
W. M. Hollow ay. State Superintendent !' gunsho\wounds at the hands : "'
combinations -
We will sell these
Public Instruction. i: of his cousin\McQueen Chaires,
limited number, and $ 5 5 0
Ernest Amos, State Auditor.W. i which caused 1m death Monday :
I until otherwise advised for .
B. Saddler, Assistant Auditor. afternoon. Information of tb3'

tragedy was broifcht to this city by :i The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bought only ia J
SUPREME COURT.T. residents of tha/ section Monday I' :1: these combinations at the phenomenally low rate of $550 and on the (,3Sterms or SK 'j
M. Shackleford, Chief Justice; and. inasmuch is both parties have i.I i.a _.
t cash and $10 a month without interest or taxes.
relatives And
here are well known,
A. W. Cockrell, J. B. Whitfield I j I the affair crea ed a great deal of Interest I:t Only a limited number of these combinations will be. sold. Therefore, ACT i QUICt"
Fenwick Taylor, R. C. Parkhill. W. as wellras the greatest anxiety I:+ Leave the selection to us and we will give ;you absolutely the best choice unsold, guaralt ?
A. Hooker, Associate Justices. over the condition of the wounded : teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots.Ye issue a straight coniract for deed."!

man. Word tame by telephone at a j 't Our titles are absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry. !

RAILROAD COMMISSION. late hour Monday afternoon that the J, :. PLACE SAVINGS IN JACKSONVILLE DIRT. t g

R. Hudson Burr Chairman; N. II. victim had paWd away.It : Jacksonville, the gateway to Florida is the most rapidly growing city in all the South
Blitch. J. L. Morgan. Royal C seems impossible to secure authentic I':t perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six ;years ago, it is today a city of over fife
Dunn Secretary. Information regarding this j'. thousand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan eitrt ;
sad affair, butt e general rumor is I: made up of a fine citizenry from all sections of the world. It is one of the cleanest..heath o"
MEMBER OF CONGRESS, SECOND that Thomas MaQueen on Sunday! lest ccost beautiful cities of its size in America. It is a city of magnificent J,
DISTRICT. went to the home of his cousin t churches, schools. It is a citd with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach every '.
Frank Clark. Queen Chaires, find threatened to kill ':4port of the world. Great trunk railway lines connect the four corners of the Unite<<
him. It is said that Mrs Chaires intervened !:r It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe sound, profitable real estate
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.B. getting between her husband :. investments. It has never had a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values -
and lcQ teen, who was approaching t follow natural causes. The city is growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming the -
II. Palmer, Judge. Inuhe meantime Chains''!: centers of business and residential activities. Real estate values in the city alone.in
Cary A. Hardee, State's Attorney. secured a gun \tnd emptied the contents i :t creased over a million" last }'ear- the suburbs increased in a greater proportion.

of both b'frt'ls into hs victim : "
t US UP !
COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. the first load er tering the head ani '
B. Johnson State Senator. mutilating the f ce. while the second ::t The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of $500,000 and assets of 500,0(
took effect in hi; breast i: Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the South.
" MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES. The wounded man was taken to : :t As to our reliability and financial standing, ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE.

\" : his home.'ht"ll Dr. Cbatt was sum- .; DEVELOPMENT CO.,
W R. Dorman. W. McClellan.. mooed and ren ''red every aid po t- : Jacksonville Ha.
-able. The \ictli | lingered until Monday .:4. N. P.-We publish on the 1st and 15th of each month THE INVENTORR' GUIDE. If you

J. X. Conner, County Judge.J. afternoon wlien he nawed' awa>". :I. are interested in real estate and desire:: to place your surplus savings in the safest and
W. Brjson, Clerk Circuit Court.J. This affair is greatly to be regretted ,: most profitable security on earth, tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE.
aDd has cast a gloom over :: J. D. CO. IXIH
II. Klckerson, Sheriff. .
G. B. Lord, Treasurer.J. I friend of both parties t..+++*++++:...+:+SO :-+- H-J-4 fv.XHW--:-+J-.4 {.**.;<.*+- ++t.*****- +***< "''"

N. Meeks, Tax Collector.A. I -
DeWItt's Carbolized Witch HazelSahe
I). Hemming, Tax Assessor.J. i THAN SPANKING. I
is healing and soothing. Good BETTER JuRTib7
E. Wood, County SuperintendentPublic i I for piles. Sold bj Live Oak Drug Spanking does not cure children ot |

Instruction. :1 Company. no-d bed-wetting. There is a constitutional
II. E. Carter Judge Criminal Court cause for this trouble. :\lrs.)1.
, of Record. i ('\IUiFS: NOT Sl'ST.UXI-B.: Summers Box W, South Bend Ind., 2 Cars Flour
! O. O. McCollom, Solicitor Criminal I wilt send free to any mother her successful
I Court.M. I:..SiirtTiiitciuIciit| <'f'FNrainbia ('UIIkt.* home treatmentith full In- 1 Car Meal and Grits
M. Hawkins Clerk Criminal Court IJvniioratnl II ('ntelty to Them. structions. Send no money, but write ,
I Pensacola.hv. 20.-After a es- her today if your children trouble you
I COUNTY CO UllSSI0 EHS. I tionh:(>:' tlM not conclude until in this ua>. Don't blame the child 1 Car Carckers and Candy.Let .

W. A. Tison, Chairman'! M. I.. after midn'glA! last night the board I the chance are it can't help it. This:
I of county ttxnniissioners exonerated treatment also cured adults and aged
Burnett, J. J. Dempsey, J. II.
Superintend*!t\1. O. Baggett of ill people troubled with urine difficult-"* us have your orders for Apples '
Grant, II. II. Davis.
of the chants made against him regarding by day or night
-- the Government of the coun- I -- Bananas, Oranges, Grapes, Nuts
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. ty rontictamps. These chargeswere \ Mmkeveryllo'-\ Saks!
E. R. Wise. Chairman: A. D. Puter- broughNiy John E Long a I ? does it happen.

", laugh, R. II. Carver. brother of JarieVL, long. who served J Jane, that joWue\er saw finger bowl Remember the Tampa Club Cigars
several month on the count before Doi] hey use them in the ,
i' CITY DIRECTORY. roads, and who taade many allegations last place >ijfr wohtied! : They are the best.
against the >rlntt'ndt nt. The Jane-No' marmtv they mostly
J. B. Johnson, Major. ,lpE ;
C. II. Brown, Alderman and President principal charge! were improperfood washed tlwdrsebes before they came ; Pay us in Clearing House CertificatesBrokQrage

I' City Council.S. for tonUctsJimproper attent'on to the table inarm.-Life.
P. Mays Clerk Assessor and when ill, house- leak and prisoners live!
Oak &CosninissioiiftOLO.5.
r Treasurer. drenched whenever a rain falls Insufficient I A hard l>ebt to I'ay."I .
Aldermen-S. J. Whit T. S. Anderson numb. of beds and chaining owe a debt of gratitude that can
J. M. narcl y, W. J. Hillman them together at night compelling never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark,
, J. E. Wood, J. L. White. men to worV when sick the use Westfield, Iowa "for my rescue ..oC : L. FREIGHT DEPOT ."
of convict labor for private purposes from death, by Dr. King's New Dis

i W. II. Lyle Superintendent City unwholesome food and that the county covery. Both lungs were so seriously ,, Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited to C1" .. c;.:ce their
Water Works. stock does not deceive sufficient affected that death seemed imminent quarters while in the city.

R. II. Haddock, City Marshal and food or of good qdklitj. The commissioners when I commenced taking New = ,
heard eiery witness Discovery. The ominous dry hack- -
Sanitary Inspector: produced
W. D. Wright, Police. at the hearii sand there being ing cough quit before the first bottle p.: A. WARREN
twelve or fifteen, { none of the was used, and two more bottles madea ,
A Methodist Minister liecomtncnd4Chamberlain's charges were proven, the road superintendent complete cure" Nothing has ever
Cough Remedy.We showing! ',that he had car- equaled New Discovery for coughs, GENERAL REPAIR SHOP-
have used ehamberlaln's Cough ried out every rule: and order of the. colds and all throat and lung com

Remedy In.our home for seven years, board and that nq convict had been : plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & OVER THE AUCTION HOUSE.
and It has always proved to be a reliable treated in an Inhuman manner. The Gnxner druggist. 50c and $1.00. *
I I remedy We have foud that it board after considering the evidence Trial bottle free. nov-dw We are now ready for business. Furniture repairing, !<***

1-;: would do more than the manufacturers passed the following: resolution: repairing harness, shoes, etc. ,
It is especially "The board offer a full and exhaustive Had Enough. For undf.
claim it.
for any kind of novelty work, such as oaked safe, wash
cough investigation of the chargesas Dashaway want you to meet the sreIr.t
good for and whooping
Rev.croup James A. Lewis, preferred by James L. Long, conclude eldest Springer glr'), She is the most wardrobes, writing, desks, book and show cases, ice boxes,
Pastor Milaca, Minn. M. E. Church. that none of the charges have Intelligent of the .thrte of them. erators, center or dining tables, made to order. Picture tJJ;
I Chamberlain's cough Remedy is been substantiated or proven, but on Cleverton-N : thanks I've learn i made to order. We will varnish, paint or enamu1. all kinds oniture

sold by Barclay & Groover and all the contrary the testimony completely ed more than -'ought t\know from t pianos, organs and mantels. We mean to do the bn :
druggists. noY-w. disproves the charges." the other two./-Ute. \- j 1 Give us a tria). Charges reasonable.
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By universal testimony Red Rock C'NS A SAPID are made by experts in

r i big specialty factories

Fruit Punch has been awardedthe MADE W 5TLOUI3 DVi from the best box calf

palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and ROB IOI1NSONA DS Lb bought leather for that the money.can be

success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordancewith

the following: The Men's and Boy's are Goodyear welts which means that

.' FORMULA the soles are flexible and that there are no tacks, wax or .

(Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) threads inside to hurt, burn and blister the feet. Being rein-

8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE forced under the instep with a brass clinched fastening they


1 POUND 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES \\ E SELL Tim MEN'S run $2.75 and $3.00, BOYS $2. .3,

Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar, I YOUTHS $_.OO LITTLE GIRLS' $1.75.

allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the On account of the Women's Misses and Children's shoes

pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add having a metal clinch sole retainer, the soles can't pull apart. t

-Y' the four quarts of Red Rock.

t $ 0, CHILDREN HH, ills, 1.35; 5 and 8, $1.10. I

rig -- I The Star on the heel and the name "OUR FAMILY" on the

t sole of each shoe, is aguarantee that they are honestly constructed -

NOTICK OF APPLICATION' FOR and full of satisfaction.
CII.\IIThR. To see lie mis to like them. Come see them.
Proof Ss Sn tJheComparljon
\G/ie Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned incorporators will, after J BOWLING LUMBER CO.
four weeks publication of this notice, +
t riI'
apply to Honorable N B Broward, . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Governor of the state of Florida, for
the issue of Letters Patent incorpor- I
.' 4 ating them as a body corporate under I :llIllli" I I 11 lnI'f: '::1 ; I I I qnq'l III I II ;::--'m1; :::! : !! f:1NW
MID p Sf the corporate name of BrownThomason -

Drug Company, with the follow-

f ing this proposed notice charter: hereto attachedto % MARKET AND GROCERY, .



V. GRANBURG, [ Hingson's Old Stand]
Copy of Cliarter. Fresh meats, both Western and Florida.

poration Article shall 1. The be name BrownThomasonDrug of this cor- Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and VegetablesA |

Company, with Its place of busi- SPJSCI-AI/rV.
ness In the city of Live Oak, Florida,
together with such other branch of- Terms Cash.
fices in said State or United Statesas
,f 1 may be determined upon by the I :: iI: i ; I i III; II I i II : i ill i II i 1 I Ill I I I i III

Board of Directors of said corpora- ,
Particular people whose pride and name and I

. in into their have tion.Article 2. The general nature of I I
pride product stationery
.7.JI; goes the business or businesses to be tran-

t preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for sacted general b>retail' said drug corporation business shall Includ-be a

fifteen ing the buying and selling for profitof
years. all drugs, chemicals, toilet articles, ,

.i Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care and wares each and and merchandise every other usually goods car-

-< fol methods that make for firmness and perminance are ried in a business of like character; I

w still used in making ,n f1 fPff" :' r.. Its beautiful to maintain and operate for profit a I. / puirsc1q'
wholesale drug business including :
f color and texture, its remarkable! toughness and crac- tie manufacture of drugs and chemicals -

!ing qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de said, business and all other; to maintain articles incident and operate to- L ii The "CI:_u it"
f:' HflK and incomparable paper for all business correspond- I for profit a retail and wholesale I J t1 /1 Gasoline E ngi:1L 3
mercantile establishment engaging ,
{: ence. Write your letters so that they will compel a reading I
I therein in the buying, manufacturing
-write them Will furnish at a rflint': I"tl't! for
1; on and sale of all classes of commodities power .
incident to said business; to buy, i 1 ocn pllrpu.t'. Nornjrnr. r rrjuirvdrfanner gnry

@ @ (lJJ P @OO [ID@ [ ) own and,KHe, timber of real real or lands estate otherwise; ,to houses enjoy use and and all dis-lots theb : r''Sr 'c are. <\\e-:the>n ntihw lMi.e hugest them Tile dealers-Charter"in any in U Florida.>rse in a]n downwajs. .*ami,rrV .1.1R

I .
at to
( oefits privileges rights and franchises ran Mipph tour: wants a saving joiie {
to strengthen thiir aoisal :aid to raft ect the standing guaranteed by the laws of the \\ ttlso x"!11 Marine Engines; Motor Bo.it
Supplies<< Pijies Fittings etc.
; ;
.ofyonrhouse rrn costs State of Florida In the conduct of ;
-: d N Write for beautiful, illustrated catalog,
@n nf5)@Nl @
the aforesaid business
no more than \J l.g) U\J UJ other Article 3. The amount of the No. 9

good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve capital stock of said corporation shall =

you as well- be Ten Thousand Dollars ( $10.000), FLORIDA GAS ENGINE
consisting of one hundred shares
Co. which said shares shall be of par AND SUPPLY CO.
T COUPON BOND book showing Arn rican Writing\ Paper
whoa, weighs-finishos mnj colors value of one hundred dollars ($100)ier \ J mm T MIrA FI..A
f gad bow fln r .
; IJ the paper prints will t* > an
of the ( share, and said capital stock may
h IT.1! *tbenameof alocalDrintLargest Manufacturer um- y .. ..
;.- :JLTJn1"1'who caa uPPly you-lt men'ial Paper in the World. be paid for in cash, merchandise, / -
wntt u on your business let labor and services, all of which shall -'
ti ,- I 2S Mi s. HOLYOKE, MASS. be approved In value by the Board of t t tl
Directors said capital stock be
; may the undersigned Incorporators, to- ,avalilldmo JOWloS
i increased in the discretion of said :: JOJ )
-- wit C. S. F. E. Thomason,! '
: corporation in the sum of Twenty- : Brown (;g-Jao) 33'1rx 'r
\\ L. Ulmer V Granberg and W. II ';lno3:: 1tnaJ!:3't: J l3::
five Thousand Dollars ($:!:;,OOO). ten
Jones shall compose the Board of I 'NOSIUII 'r (Leas)
cent of which said capital stock
.hall be paid in to said Company be- Directors. I 1061 'pa; qOPO slq.t
4 Article 6. The highest amount of 'a1wzs Pus Liuno3:: Pies uJ Nqsf
fore the issuance of Letters PatentArticle
7"1 i Indebtedness or liability to which the -qnd JddEdstvaung 8 ';slaomaR o) UUV.\\ t
4. The term for which
( I corporation can at any time subject aqi njaoj sgaab aalnaasaoa 1q la
:;.. \ HE SUNSHINE of the Sunny South this corporation is to exist shall be itself shall be twice the amount of its xaa.b B douo paqsnqnd aq J'pJO r
T ninet>-nine years I capital stock at said time actually. situ juqi pdJapao sagilnJ sJ ;IuspuaJap
h lives in bottled Coca-Cola. This great
Article 5. The regular annual paid in to said corporation. I ,
: American drink has now become a meeting of the stockholders of said Article 7. The names and residences Piss Sq p.aSBaJU03 B'8 nails; 941 111.\\ tutu
t I' Invaluable in corporation shall be held in the office I of the subscribers to the stock piss so suolsgafte aq1 esi u glo'LO6i
household! necessity. 'if tre Company in Live Oak. Florida, i of said corporation is as follows: : 'Q 'Y 'aegwe;) (J jo XBp pug aqj 'Jivp
4 straightening out domestic trials and the tribu- on Tuesday after the first Monday in t C. S. Brown Live Oak, Florida, -uolt e.zojeq Jo uo &snw PJOT UI paY
lations to January of each year, at which time shares. 1ulvidmoa jo mq aq1 oj n o' dB o; paslnbai
: of housekeeping. From grandson twent
:stockholders shall elect a Boardif I i qaJaq 8| aq pus *\ 1uvpuaJ ,
f.grandfather, it fills a long-felt want and offers Directors. and attend to such other F E. Thomason, Live Oak, Florida, jaepjsajuou Pin isq p.uapJo aioj
indispositions mattE.'ras shall properly come be- I twenty shares. -aJaq1 s| 11 'saeai aoo-\Udtt jo ale
just the needed for spring -
: invigoration i fore said stockholders in meeting assembled -i I \\ II. Jones Orange Bend. Flor- aq; aa\o sj 1nvpU J >p PIn 1vq1 pap ;
4 over-taxed It helps to the Board of Directors Ida. shares I
; and nerves. : and i twenty I 'juBpaajap plea poiq pjno* nioqw uo t
; solve the "Servant Problem." elected bv said stockholders at said I I '.. Granberg Live Oak, Florid, :' -dn coaodqns TJ jo aojAJas aqiI 'epJloJ.olI f, f+
15 time, js soon thereafter as practical I twenty shares. I I jo 1U1S qi uj Bosjad oa s| aieq} t
f" Bottled Even Cooks Happy shall elect a President a VicePresident 1 'n.' oaiion XiJBinanavd about
; Coca-Cola Keeps | \\. L Umer, Live Oak. Florida, IBqi pus t.
j : and Secretary and Treasurer,
f a l twenty shares. jnq 'sains P ua.l aqi jo jaapisaaB
:he last of which two offices may be B| pus 'BPJJOIJ jo a BJS &qi JO ;
I held by one and the same person and : State of Florida, icdpieajuoa B sj pamsa ajejaqi tau I IpoJap
< 1/11# at such first annual meeting the County of Suwannee. aqj 'uapuBH Jt: "Aaqi lasnsa :
WJJm | Before me this day personallycame ."} a .....
Board of Directors elected as afore- p.e 9-3.\oqv } pam 1111 ......-
C. S. Brown F. E. Thomason, rt
Jiq SuiJBaddB JI ,
said shall adopt by-laws for the government papuaddv 1\1ptJ1
.r' 1 .'. '
\\ L. Ulmer \ H Jones and V. I
of the affairs of said cor- i aivpuaJ.>(I 'U.Jp''J( }( ,
1 Granberg, to well known who on 1
poration, and until and before said *AV .U 61UtnIJtlldwu,1 'u.JP.ulIl aJWKLtaauvg3 (
live Sole 1 oath deposes and that they sign- '. :
Works Agents says
Oak Bottling first annual meeting, the business or u( .cJon03 i
businesses of said corporation shall I led and acknowledged the foregoing .aau1U\ns 'Jfnjajo IVPpnr P-I.'IL j ''t1a

y be conducted by a President, a Vice- | proposed charter for the uses and 'rpJ.loJ.i jo 9vJS 'lanq) 11n3.l13 ul -f
"} 1- He lilt It. over the phone President and a Secretary and treas-I purposes therein set forth. '
Set. and until said meeting C S. Don't borrow trouble; any of your
down.-Smart ,
:aPLP4. Todd-, urer
what "
Is Witness Whereof have here-
a hardship? I
Brown Live Oak Fla.., shall be Presi-I friends will gla ly4glve it to you.No .
:; dent; F. E. Thomason. of Live Oak, unto set my hand and seal this November -
son.- After a man gets about so full he Fla., shall be VIce-PresIdent and W 14, 1907. I man everfea 8s much sense as

A* to Direction.Did can make himself believe that other L. Ulmer Live Oak, Fla., shall be B. \\'. HELVENSTON, I the woman bf is engaged. to thinks

your wife call you up men think he Is perfectly sober. Secretary and Treasurer; and all o? Notary Public.I 1 I he has. /,

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' ; LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRATPublished XOT rOUPOHATIOX TALK. The Populist j ,party seriously $-$-$ -$ -$-$-. 5ConfidenceT1-$-$ ___-. -" .'

threatens to core to life again this
Jeff. Browne has been promptly
year anti norain/te Tom Watson. Tom
every Afternoon spotted by those opposed to his gub-
is certain thje greatest populist, living
Except Sunday. ernatorial candidacy: as a "corporation -
or deadxand if that party Is to
man," meaning thereby a representative ;}
I have a Pre dt; ial candidate in the ;
CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and M'gT- of corporate encroachments field next hope that Tom
t year v
upon the rights of the peop!!. I f .f'
Mr. may be the manhits a head Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for ;;.-
Catered at the rosioffice. Lire Oak, But In Browne's speech at De- the ardor with >
I which
wherever he sees It andrkat always we are
Florida., as Second Class Mail Mat- Funiak last Thursday, he used this pushing
[ adds to the gaiety of a row.
ter. November 7, 1905. language: ITT

: "I shall recommend the enactmentof I The First NationalEvery r-
Governor Broward has gone to
'\ THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING I COMPANY. a law to revoke the license of any ,.
Baltimore to attend hnother convention -I
foreign corporation doing business in ) ..
f 1'H Emailed DAILY DEMOCRAT will bet to be absent a >out a week, and I; ( safeguard is thrown
: Florida that shall transfer a case around National '
to any part of the United that means that tjfe extra session of g &
from a State to a Federal Court. They are frequently inspected by
,,/" States, pastage prepaid, for |:;.60 the legislature wfll not be called for agents of the "
ll Litigation in the Federal Courts I 3 Irh trolfer of and
i. per year; $::.59 for six months; December 2 as Mas been stated. The I; Currency, are called on to i

'< $1.25 for three raeath or 50 cents very expensive and many a poor man I call woukSte /sued at least ten days ;: J. sworn statements to him five times each 4
for five weeks, in advance. Delivered by his inability to carry his case I year
before the dSt? fixed for the assembling they are under the direct supervision of the N
to any part of the city bycarrier. through these tribunals is prevented I
of slature and as the i a'l Government and its
for 10 cents per week. from obtaining justice. Th tendency the staongest on.earth "-.
< I-. ) are not far away, *' 't" i
-- to transfer cases is reflection
1 a on I
when wanfe to be at home Safest Banking 1I
: Editor PeaA 'has greatly improved the integrity of the State Courts and thefe. ity
It seems \Veare to have i; Best Methods
the Dunuellon Advocate since those foreign corporations that seek I ,
an extra at all, tbi It will not -
he took hold f\t. He is a bright to,do business in Florida must be for[ Up-to-date. Service,
be called January. 3 nwhl1e J
and racy writer am} is putting good made to understand that they cannot Liberal Treatment I
I the Governor gives out no hint, and T I i
work into hid paperThe treat our courts with contempt. nor Conservative Methods.
.. p
lit is mere guesswork as to whether
win they ve permitted to prevent our .
editor of the Apalachicola people froiJhsjbtalning Justice, by I there will be an extra session.It J.I Always use the National Banks. They have prey:

Times is going\around with a chip entailing upon tbyn expensive litiga- I i pered in greater numbers than all other'
, i
on his shoulder. hunting for> trouble. tion in the United shrtes Courts. The It is not reasonable tysuppose that stitutions.Watch '>

I In the last issue pf\Is. paper he says: right of a State to yeloke. their Editor William Randolph Hearst l ;
eWy / us grow, our profits are now I
"Glt'e this
morning as
"The prettiest girls in Qorida live on licenses for this cause \ io longer a prays us larger
the west coast of Florida." mooted question." If i day our (Lilly libel /suit," but be I our capital was at our beginning. ,

:'|I comes very ear getting it, and when
-- -- I I No corpo Lion candi |le would be !
i it isn't on thXcivilyCide of the docket. f I
The esteemed Tallahassee True likely to reco u legislationas j FIRST NATIONAL BANK
lit is on the criminal. The latest isi
Democrat starts us olin a mighty that, for if U\corpor lions espec- j
i less Tvit
t I no a man William Astor ,
pleasant friune of 'and this bright tally the railroadV lovefiny one feature i

j Monday mondng ylth the following of our system of governmentbetter : Chanler brothe/ o< the possible I Live Oak
\ Florida.
cordial tribute\ / than is'I j'i Democratic nonanee or President ,
anothe th t feature
who had had Aearst \ J
rrested for
"The Lire O/k Democrat is now the United States Colirt i which they .
I I /
j criminal libel for IcatIon
a pu re-
F going into itsjfhVd year of usefulness fly as tot shado of great rock ----i'-$4----\l.
t\LIve {|i fleeting on hi/ character i\the matter -s-i-t-t-t-t-B
particularly Oak and to In a weary lan< wh/ th ngs are gel- / -
of the R ---- -- -- ----
I ymond Hitchcock scan ----- ----
the whole Stole of Florida. May it ting too hot for them the State -
continue t /grow in \nfluence and Courts. No railroad corporation j i dal. It is sad to think that oar own VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT
I gentle and lensitlve John
usefulness/for years toicome. We wants a Governor at Tallahassee who

enjof its ;'dally visits atV his office will recommend legislation that ,will II Graves is now doing time in such a BOWLING
I terrible the Hearst PARK
as shop. Wee
i mill
and it is always the first newspaperwe deprive it in any instance of th
hope -will saw his way out and
open from the morning mail. friendly shelter of the Federal Courts. I .,
And Mr. Browne said something else come back home before he gets either j j "WAT DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVEi-

We, are glad to get a in our old- in his DeFunlak speech which it is I I hurt or-hardened. I II I Mineral I Springs Hotel and Cottaqes

time f orate, the Flori, a School Exponent well enough to remember In sizing I :

formerly edit and publish- him up as a candidate. He quoted The Pensacola Journal is a paper HOT AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED. : i
ed at Gaffiesville by that acute and with approval the following wordsof II after our own heart in supporting a WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH f.NO.r. *

hanker, Prof. Tom cause or candidate it has given its PHONE j
courageous Mc- a great Southern statesman: CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIO S.!jSsiTiPl|

Beath. 1 but w Wished at Tallahassee "The man who would do the rail I allegiance to. It goes the whole RATES REASONABLE 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAK.OMfffEOAKPtftf

under a i ereut management length, supplies faith without measure &.CULF. CONNECTION- ATUVEOAIIWlTUU
I wrong In order to get the pro
Prof. A. A. Min ree, widely known pIe's offices, would and claims everything in sight.
do the
Florida as ea of the State Female I I wrong whenever he wants somethingfrom I I The Journal has always been for ADDRESS PORK HOTEL. DOWLING PflRK. FLORIDfl.\ UVtciA.t.. t.

Mr. Bryan, not less when he !
College, s n the editor and the railroads worse than he was

publisher, an W. F\Yocum and L. wants public office." I drooping in the shadow of defeat ;
t. i W. Buckholz are asso ate editors I than when he was erect in the hope HUH H H-ll 11 till Hi HI H < < *< I* --

The number Just received is high- I of victory:{ and now that he seems

class In every respect and H of excellent The' attitude of the newspapers I assured ot the nomination next year t 1907 THE L 1907 |

matter pertaining to the during the recent threatened> panic that paper sa :

great cause of education. had much to do with saving the situation I "EverywhereDemonomination fats hail the 1 Crescent Pharmacy

ant preventing th>* senseless of Xrt. Brian as a cer- + ,.

The Jig! Is up with the liquor traffic stamped that would hAve inflicted tainty. And his el tlo is practically i: : .
immeasurable loss upoji the whole as LIVE O \K/ FLOfZEUA. :
in Alabama; the knell of doom has certain i
struck, and on the first day of Janu- I! country. The people /largely took I There ti Qthlng/tj o good to bety.

i their cue from the and kept said of the'Great CJramoner, and i The
ary, 1909, ther won't be an open Pipers | Prescription Store.
saloon in the Staftv The followingbrief ,. their, heads. \n ala ist journalism while we \ the Jonmal, hail hisLS Drug
at such a tim \would have done of nomination \ certa we are by I "
dispatch from Montgomery un-
I :J:
der date of Saturday: Alls the tale: |l the work of a flrebjfcnd. The Saran no means so beer\ h election. But + I

"Governor Corny signed the st4- jaar News says onyds point: his chanfce Is i xt year than ;: ,

tutory prohlblUO ill tills ternoon' j "Much has beer aid of the patriotism it was in either ol the\revlous contests -- i

r and the special B ,,V
came to anWd torJsht. The ; breach : k conditions ini i' of the strenuous life. It is driving + \\hr"e where
fercnceIdank .
I signing of \be bill was TiRnesged by i i Xew York met'Ii sky, but sighthas ; us on the rocks, and what we need byway :1 I: Mankyotinlor.lor ,. your doe- .
been the\ of relief is :: t
# a score of won en, who tlit-n. marched conservative i ; precisely the Bryan writes 'onr' tnrwritrsfOU
to the second flcmcxif the capitol and press of the country, which has so'I' temperament infused into all our t prescript on 1 precriptw.eawecanlillthent .
Indffatigably bored to crflm the :: governmental, business :;:
I sang "God Be With You Till We Meet I peo- | moral religious weran fill then '

tt Again" ddor of the senateand pie who wereajn the verge\f a panic 1 and social life. The whole t cornx-tly. IIO correctly. '

the hours"t. j The reports of the AssociaLd Press''' nation needs Bryan and Bryanism as IP ;
i I
j I have alway been partculvly! pat- ,! good medicine for a sick giant and t --- -- R vi -- 1Y 1-

; i rrJtlc. and It should recelveX praise I we trust the Journal is right in its j: t
I Alas for the fascination of !
a for "
; Ita part in stilling fears. prognosis : I
I .
White House feed with Teddy for a i .,, !
t host! "Uncle Remus," that .
sturdy -- -- -- ----- -- -- --
old Georgia Democrat, sometimes referred <' H 11 I I t H'H'l-H'l' Ml I I' I I+++++++++:.++++f I+++++++ I I"II *,>. :|1: Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at i

to as Voel Chander Harris, : .Reasonable Prices. I

- I went up to Wa lngton City the other HouseCERTIFICATES I : I et ns fill your prescriptions and sell your drug store artieles. We r'anTa eomj** y
of social 'i Clearing + line!of fresh and reliable ir.nJa. Bang u,your prescriptions U fill We ftfl thwa Ofrectiy
day Atlanta by Invitation + at lowest prices. I'hone us your order. Prompt and reliable attention. t

I i'ii. of the. resid ent tai take dinner :+ HONE ISo. .2.20 ;

k i now with this him andNsiCJJd dollard-eatiig tfie day."cracker"And ,I GOOD i iI | The Crescent Pharmacy, .

N comes
back home andfLays to the At-
lanta Constitltion: LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.P. .

"If Mi. Rooteveltf'were' nominatedfor i I '
thir&teitn. think I' S.-Use "fleuher's 66" for Chills and fever. No Cure, No Ps
a I I would
vote for him. He :is a great man- I'I We wish to announce to our friends, customers Ii Iii 1 +t .1{,
++++lit+++++++11111111111 I.H..I..H.H+in+++f.++in1'**
the greatest" man there is in the coun- : : and to the public in general, that we : : .
try today. -- -- ---------- --- .
; ; will be glad to accept j jI i -- ------

out The In growing West Florida little city is putting of Quincy up I I I LIVE OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATIONCERTIFICATES ij Pil.L? 1 '

some very tall claims these days and

we hare no disposition to dispute I : dive Oak 1 l lat
++- to Dow ling Park on sale daily 5
them, for we like to know that :

Quincy and all other towns in Florida :i: at their full face value on purchases of any i' rate of 50 cents round trip withMinimunj'w :

are growing and gettihg better all I ,,1" ... f ten foes Call on -

the time. Just listen to this from ;I; goods at our store. and in settlement of any : AViVittfrj Het Agent Phone 152 for ,. l'tj .
,. .
the Quincy Times J j j mmim- li
; account. In fact, we are anxious to receive + | t I.. information. r+++
E. "Bartow, a few week ago, claim '
s ed to be the richest town' per capita i I:I: them. : -.i,

in the St te. Nod woujdn,t that Jar I 'ii V. vaA o3rH'W-. t Ft444444tuE :t

you? Give"us your Justf deserts

brother. We" uctantty admit that I Suwannee Hardware Company i i it SELL NOTHING EXCEPT

we haven't enough enterprise to i Health and Accident Insurance.

form a military company, but still we I
| Annua mi-AnnuaJ.Quarterly or 1J r.thly Pr-m i .
are not only: the richest town per j LIVE OAK FLORIDA. Iit PITTS & MC WEN f LA.
t General Agents LIVE ,
capita in the State, but in. the United j __ | tI

States' as well. Better get better I I100ted. I ;t.o..oo P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in forth FI' -':L

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F| The Helvenston Insurance A enc y. +qr.A 4t'r. '

\\iDaring the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly 700000.00, and had paid out during 1907 $$100,000.. losses. : :

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

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i Sid Alle -.s\f Miss Roxie, of '.1 1-t4- ).HH'IMII' .t}M fi+++IUD.RADFORD-++ I f, '" '" '; ,. I ;
jiiiii PERSONALS!Rixford,. ar\In lYi t city shopping to- 3or Sale; r 1
day, I t1AvJYOu'NotKED
f I If' !
s .L 1 : THE
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Jim : f Suwannee Station t
\ THEY GO. I "
THEY is a business sitor in the city We offer at a bargain, 1 ,SANITOL .
today. f > I% JEWELRY STORE, 1 .
jLj,' Live Oak and swan six room cottage with v + ADVERTISING AND OFFER IN THE
of i
& County Gathered by the P. M. Lanier\ f Rossburg, is I modern conveniences, on I* is the place to buy ;J n LADlb' Ito...iC JOURNAL .:..:
f Importer. among the out-of-town visitors here south Ohio avenue. Most'* your wedding and i I u 3R
/ t.holidaj
today. presents A :
; :
desirable residence section .'. and beautiful 'i g SAlllLDA" c::\tNiNG pdsr .
Tor anything electrical, see J.186tI Q. I Miss Eula GT fiJi.. of Jacksonville, of the city. If you r.:'_ ',:; i.ew lille el giit- \ mg I I I : O U'::JI'., LCLINEATOK J.C.10SmilTOLrflODUCTS$1.0o. :,1
SJ1e. 1 is the guest of hf sister Mrs. J. T. !
contemplating purchasing
'Butler. ," v. I j t: goods are now f being t i (
Fz-I c. G. Mason, of Jasper, is in the 1'E. a home in Live O.:!: come I opened. Every i .

Uy today. M. WilkinsonVyof River Junction ; up to our office and let 1 1'I f thing suitable for a I ,

r Almberly, of Rock Cut, is on was a guest of the Ethel yes us show you this place.EDWARDSREALTY J handsome present. t Fill in one of the coupons from : f
terday. o :: Prices are reasona- 'L above Journals with cur name as j
l c streets today. f t ble and quality is Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL '
i 1 with One Dollar.
,:C. R- Jordan, oi, Dowllng Park, b'' Y. J RlpJntydf the Dranford Mer guaranteed. Please They will send you an order on'
; y, was a visitor here ; CO. us for the ten products. (Retail
1ert[ trading toijay. ". yesterday + do me the favor of value $2.70.)

/- I I Ii I I gettingmypricesbefore
\'l Grant, of Willmarth, is in the Mrs, Hugh DtxonKaf Jacksonville, i i I i you -make an, Ii
today on business. Is the guest of Mr. Robert Westmore: Lewin Building, Room 3. orer.

i land's family/ : i Suwannee ,
gel J. &!: MlXl, of north of town, Phone No. 44.

}:i n our, Itreetf t day. Porch Lanier andsJtwo daughters, I --:0-

t. of Lanier Station arAjn town, shop- Miss' Annie Hent ming and Miss i Drug Company ra
fe:'J.;A. Speer, o\ ake City, is regls- ping today. '
Jessie Blake returned from a short
ftered at the Eth/ ,today.m : !: J.D.RADFORDi :
visit to Madison yesterday: afternoon. ,,
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Mrs L. C. Miss Jessie
Dr. Bryan, of?j fowling Park, is in 'MadlsonAare .
Ruter, of visiting Mrs.J.
FOR SALE--One thoroughbred LIVE OAK, fLA.
[ik city today o/fi'usinesa. f V T
...-- B. Barton. pointer puppy (dog), $6.00. Applyat WHEN IN NEEDof
I electrical troubles, ----- this office for particulars. 25-2t +TT+HH Hill 1 I Hit l iilT >
When you hare I Mr. Bevan, llvroy a few miles
hill J.C. Lyle. Phone 83. 18-6t north of town, l&A business visitorIn BroPleft I t
x i Chas. H. yesterday Mrs. R. L.'polling came up from
BuroetO/r. the city today. \ afternoon for a short business trip to the Park vest dap afternoon and nice Books, Bi-
|f Ju went to the Wlnn f
Jacksonville. H4i"wn'Teturn tonight. left the and Air Line for
1& meeting sterday.s Leo Williams /s here Sunday over f'ea bles, Stationery Pictures ; '
Jacksonville. She was accompaniedby
Jrry from Columbia C/oV ege on a short When you have electrical troubles, her two little boys.A. Musical1 In- ,
A.'WIIliami pt was regtsterirday. -
visit to home folks. Picture
call J. C. Lyle. All calls answered struments,
4d131 i ,tie Ethel '
: Iogaone promptly. Phone 83. J. C. Lyle. 18-Ct D. Hemmt, /spent the day in Frames, Wall Paper ,
of the White School the city yesterda C with his family.He .
r r'the beSt electric limps made, e\ School Books
lIo tlftaent, is a business visitor / ,
Alonzo Hurst who has been visiting reports war till 1. C. Lyle. Phone 83. 18-6t
nwth"(city today. his parents l,the country for a Fenholloway Spring about completed. School and Office

few days, returned, to the Business .
I ;W. 0. *Gainesville, .is in Dr. West, GJ.. Mays and J. G. College this morning.. 1 Supplies, etc. i

,.i l j1e dty osbu, ,today. Kent went ou}'south .of town. bird Deputy Sheriff jlck Grey of Tallahassee -- -

1 f 7, f' +J. H Bowen &f' _South Carolina, I hunting-Ibis,pmonUng. Rev. H. Dutch tprned from Branford wat In tfce feitjKawhile yester CALL ON _P,
h !", i \ I this morning? here he preached day. He crojr ,for a prisoner :'fi
\, 4 ere on businea 1 l day. Chas. Griffin, a/popular traveling twice yesterday aid organized an that was berg htftf'for him here by I I
1 I man of Jacksonfll ,\11 calling on our Epworth League. Sheriff Rlckersofi.
', : 1 V. R. Dorman,.V Houston, is in
grocery merchants today.J. I 111 DOOK K g NEWS CO.
' "v H 'j j ji
\:! 0e.city on busines > day I .
R I Mrs. Joel Hogansj Uvln'on Little Elder H. N. Johnson, of Cook,
! i:: : C. Parnellovjnt up to White I River diedjthls\morniuTof tuberco- Florida, passed /ough the city to- \ ,!
,!'lJt |lQ. 01lTer..of ftttford. is a busl- i Springs yesterdayon a short visit losls, and Till lie titled tomorrow. day, on his way A Jasper, where he {'

: .*!."$yisitor In the cUAJoday.- and returned this morning. I She leaves a hu'sbafid and two small goes to attend the\onerE'nce of the C. C. COOK Managfer
\ I children, to\whom the Democrat extends Second Advent i Christian church. The and Owner
i Ho. B. H. PalrrJ:of Lake City,
Capt. W. J. Hiljman left this mornIng sympathy In this sorrow. conference opens there tomorrow. I
,dt,3aest of the Ethk today.
J for Jacksonville. He will be awaya I

Jt t .; j??:8. Co Shepherd rr rtfstill confined to i day or two on' business. Auctioneering of all and everything Many men and women catch colds: Ult. II. 8. It0WELL. a ,

at the Auction House of R. W. at dances which terminate in pneumonia Optician.The '
t.woo with a bilouV| attack I! \
i Sheriff RlcVerson made a short Price & Co., every Saturday. If you and consumption. After exposure -
t.. \;, :( trip tp BAnfird *-sterday and un- want It, we have it, and at your own if Foley's Honey and Tar Is refractive defects of the eye t E
gypi.... of Creekriore. of Wellborn, Is.feit1
'! expectedlnjt jip nth a negro I price, provided it Is better than the taken it will break up a cold and no and and the manufacture of lenses a o
on business today.
J t |I wantei f6r nufrdfrin Levy county. other fellows'. Come around. every serious results need be feared. Refuse specialty. I
fife* C.D.GreenLif i I He brow- htJim1 back to enjoy the' Saturday and see. any but the genuine In a yellow Office at Barclay & Oroover Drug
? Newberry, was
d; v\?,hest'""Qf.thp; .. Ede-yesterday.T : j i,! hospitality of the jail for awhile. 'I dl6t R. W. PRICE & CO. package. Store. d'wO

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''A. Tyson, of Wellborn, is a ;;mill' 'I \' I ; ::;:: ; : I ; ;j ; I ; I Inlim nnll '1 I f nll':: : I Iii ; I III II I I : i lm Iii;:;;!: I i; I; ; diP!
eu Tlsltor ia the city today. j i iV !

3 / "" I' '' Buy Your Thanksgiving Linen NowLADIES' I IAT
: 1- T. Butter left this after-

Jtor a short yIp> Jasper. !
r Blonnt. of Branford, Is a |
Visitor in the city today.


Y r Preferred. Write Box 4 1 4. tf i It isn't a bit too early, especially when worthy linens like Ten dozen 121.2 cent towels at 9 cents. Twenty- I

s. $11hto aldosta. Ga..I these can be had at such un1\3uaUy low prices. Those five cent to thirty.five cent linen and both towels at 9c.

meting ads this week. who know our linen bargains cf the past will be the first

l r to profit by this opportunity. SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES. I
3 Parnell
ent to White
'hy Jesterda ., visit friends i $1.50 grade pure Irish Iinentable dat11.1skatJ.35. $1.25 81x90, best quality sheets at 89c. 10 quarter sheeting,
rSr. quality reduced to 98 cents. $1.00 grade marked down best grade 33:. per .yard. 10 quarter unbleached sheetto -

'p L Bak, !dcCook's; Ferry, i 85 cents. Mercerized table damask worth 60 cents ing 25c. per yard. 45x36 best pillow cases 15c. Hemf

- TisltorJ r the city today.Suwannee reduced t048 cents. All linen napkins reduced about 20 istiched pillow cases 25c.

--- per cent Prices from $1.25 to $3.i5 a dozen; values up

-- YarP ,?of Sta-j to $5.00: LACE CURTAINS AND SPREADS
? the c1 on business today. '

I i Mill ends of Irish linen table damask, two to four yards Are underprieed We will not quote prices. See the

tJ! Pressing Club, neat'rtnotiee. lengths worth a dollar per yard at 60 cents. display tabl.s.I .
s Phone 222 dtr

. 1 r- d wife, of Green- Every Display Table will Contain Special Values for the Ladies.
-r\4 at the Ethel I ,

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ty and omred his tubthe : ,

Suwannee Democrat.

1 ;dP th Fas ard Democrat in. editor the city of office the to-'1 THE, LADI 8' EMPORIUM L S.HARVARDJ PROPRIETOR,

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Jt t Lt\"l O.\K HAILY KMOCIL\T: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1907. a ;a

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;i, -on?'LIVE. Published OAK D4 ererrg! ,o.ng to 66.a report penalty to, Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co. FLORIDA RAILW A'\.

the E SPUly of Lire Oak Time Table No. 20

E cert..u coming... .,4ctlous within or contagious his practice diseases The Mineral Springs Route. Taking Effect SUNDAY JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. JL.t"''!'

;,.&;: ;;:; ___ __ EAST BOUNDi'nnu"1
r;' BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor :;: ; : I! 11&STCU6S Za! Clan RSAD DOW1 conAL TIM& -
= :
and City Council of the City of Lire I
No. I Na L
1-.f r Fa't.1t. -

Oak. Florida: t'\1 sad i Maas / (1(7. 2 7, 1 J()7 (I Pass:Pans Fans and Frt Frt: iedFrt Daily I fail and I STArION3.

f. Section 1.-WhoeTer. b.ns a li ,yar r:. --- ::: aI Except Ezpresa.Sunday. #

sensed or practicing phyeieUa wltWa I 3 \\1 I vS rt IJ I I j 2 112 14 IJ'I14 1 8 Daily.

the City of Live Oak, Florid. fa tt* r'u_",.\& :rM r.M r.M STATIONS !A.M_ A.M_A.M r.M ,P.M T GO a m 4 30 p m'Lv U- Oak_..... --.Ar. la p'
1 T 20 a ID CUp m Ly ,, ,,..,Porter
.> to report Immediately to the Mktnc ......, ." .$11" ..n I? u Sun D u Dab Sun S Dally ex 1 40 a m 4 56 p mlLY.............-....-..,?..._Lanier
$ E I wwa. c -b S un "Iy cnn onlr only I il 1 be a m i 08 p .. Kidd.nd I
\ of said City every cJ of. jtt :nI =I' .. L..lw= Lv. Lve Lve .Jr Jr Ar Arj ArAr I 2d a mil' It m'Ar' ...-..Wilmarthto ._ --.. .---.Lol'-.I. as 11
00 a m 520 pmLY I W almarth__...
small cholera, $ -Ht. -' :
er. pox --AI
r. u Ii ; 7; 4 1 ... .....Live Oak..I-S( ;; b 35 Is ; : 10 05 a a 5 z.c P m'Lv', .-Saw.OJIeeRIYer.L. 'If
scarlet fever and SCAT***** fists ..It 1 : 4 ........._. _............. 6 17 325 &5j 1014 a m' 30 pm L. -Norwood't:. t'Iii a
>Mt* salt| $ Wll M 1 ; 1 ...........Mercer...... ..... 946 11 25 5 12 320 330a 1025 a m' 40 pm Ar_._..__Mayo.-. I..lk.n
comes within pradk* lit n 6" 9 ::- 165. 4 Io ............_FlatL.....,..... 9 63 11 22 6 09 3 15(3t ( 2i 1115 a m i 42 pm LY_..... --I4.yo.-..,...,.... .., Ar.llfa
city shall be punts:el fcjr *ute \rfj >>11. t 3i t 450 ........._Lan astf'r_:....... 932 11 12 5 00 3 00. 3 10 11 28 a m' 4f p m Ly._ !i-a Pedr.---..., u-L. 3 M;
11 as Lv_ ......_... _
I f 3 30t a m 56! pm .Sa1tRo.d ...
r: not exceeding Five nn*wA H$***. { 4S t3 19 9 4. Z.110 0 S 00 3 00-... Dowling Park ......, 'IS 11 OS 11" z .,1 3 00 1200 m 6 10 p m Lv_.__.Aakotd......._,.,_---- -Lt.... .'.2.{1.

tmrri$ *7Jt a** exceeding 1 ......... ,. 12 10 P at 6 11 p m Ly CJ1arltoa......--.....-..-..........Lt:. 9 M
Dollars. 'Or by I 3 3A IS n. 9 Sr 2 U 5 (14 3W"Chaneev..... ;- i 9 J5 10 r5 11 40 443 23.5.2 I2 20 pm' t7 pm Ly .__.KftlM .-U. a
J*> A *. t'tr N $ 5i lY :11 11) 00 211 5J 310 Mayo Junction. .. I 8 Oil Ie 50 1J 33 C 3:. 2 30: 2 3. 1230p m 6 35 ,___ .'__... II t
ninety ( *? ..
t ,, ...... ........flay............... 2261t _..... : .
tt *l Uti' t 5 6 15 ........... ...Silo..._ .........1 j 905 10 45 2 1250 p m 41 43 pm L" Df'nmark- -LY. 6_.
such fine liaprica: :
and 39 100m
r.: 9 s S OIl II 2" ........-Townsend.......... 8 68 10 2 191 4150 pm A.r. PerT1-- --1.. I..
discretion of the Maier t 4J 300 525 .............mtb... .........! 860 10 32 154..
323 54.1 8 a 10 14
...... ......
Fer.bollow.y Luraville
571 Branch
Sec. %.-That this oti1kac+e shall to t )I S COO 31 601 617 .......-....perry..1- ( 8)4 0o 956'CI1 J 1 1 371 '

become effective IiaaeiUtrtr u?\11It.s :0>> SS! C 15 6 30 ...Hampton Sprinu.... 1 45 !9 25 1 00. Between Lnraville and Wilmarth. -

passage by the Council and approvedby West
the Mayor.
4 30 amlLy _._Wilmarth-
Attest: I I 'P.M A.M' I 'P.M' A.MIP.M P.MLve 860 a m Ar. ...__.-Luray'JIe-.
S. P. MATS C. 11. BROWN Lve Lve., Ar Ar Ar
2010 00: I_3 I ,.....Mayo Junction<< ..... 11 3, 4 35 2 35 Alton Branch
:: __ _
City Clerk. PM*. Council.I. __I .
JO' 3 ............. ..... .. Between and I
1 Alton.
Clerk of the Cityof f :2 z: 10 I t>.ll. 11 21 C 26 2 23 Mayo
S. P. Mays City 12 4010 i5)1 i a 271 I .........-1'eteri..ii_......... 11 14 4 19 Z 15
Live Oak. Florida do hereby cer- I:_I 12 5010 ._i.__ _3 ........ .....Mayo..._....... 11 05 4 1 2 05 Bound.East I .j...

tify that the foregoing Ordinance. No. 12 5.S 10 301' 3 41) ............ Alton............ 11 0'4 05 1 55I 10 -10 a m'Lv, .............._. ......_. _._ -'ayo.-. -__._. ... II
66, was regularly passed by the City iAMP.MAMMIPPMP.MPM A.MAMAMPMP.IitP.3i_ 105 a mlAr...._.__..._._.......__..r..__........Alton.._.___.. -A&r_

the 6th day of November ;; ;; ; ;.;;( n;;
Council on I !D D ; ;San :;It ex Cun ; D ex Sun Sun D ex
is here- Sun un Only Only Sun Only' 'un On y Only Only Sun Sun1317"f9fS'1,13j Trams scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line west board and AtlantkC+adlk,"
A. D. 1907 and the same I
i bound at Live Oak. For information regarding rates schedules and l'Ot'nf'l'tiw.a appl,
,t proval.by certified to the Mayor for his apt + 3 2121416\ 4 8 T. P. ALSTON.Superintendent *""-- F. P.WooDWAU,G.j;?,PoCan

I Witness my ha ad and the seal of scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic

of Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connections
said city this 6th day November '
call on any ticket agent. You Write Ghost oryf
i A. D. 1907.
I S. P. MAYS City Clerk. .1. LKE: : SHiX, President. U. P. HOPKINS.Traffic 3Ianazer. a

Examined and approved by me, _,_ I .
this November 6th A. D. 1907. factious diseases in the City of Live I approval. No doubt you know one have been tell} "

J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor. Oak, and providing penalties.BE Witness my hand and the seal of give
I ing for We will a
IT ORDAINED by the Mayorand said City this 6th day of November vears.

ORDINANCE A'O. 07. City Council of the City of Live 1907. CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor
An Ordinance Requiring Railroad
Oak Florida: S. P. MAYS City Clerk. the best Ghost Story written by I
Companies Owning or Using Tracks youngor
Ii Section 1.-Whenever any case of Examined and approved by me this
Across Ohio Avenue in the City of old, male or female. .
yellow fever small pox cholera dip- November 7th, A. D. 1907.
Live Oak, Florida, to Provide a I theria. scarlet fever or scarlitina i( J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor. The only condition is that each contestant

Flagman for said Crossing, and send Cents for
Fifty a subscriptionto
shall develop or exist in the city of -- years
Prescribing his Duties, and Imposing OHWXANCK XO. CM.An .
t, :, Live Oak the patient and all mem- THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly -_
ey bers of the household exposed to the Ordinance Requiring the Payment publication, published at Live Oak, Florida.
Ee it Ordained by the Mayor and
1 City Council of the City of Live Oak. same shall be immediately placed of a License Tax by Any Person, The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot; .

under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector l'essons, Finn or Corporation who
it has will of its stands '.
rlorida: : a own, and on a plat '
under the direction of the Purchases or Contracts for the -
f' Section 1. That the railroad and Juajor and Sanitary Committee of Purchase of Uraring House Certificates form unique in policy and principle. The ',,

railway companies owning or using first
number will
said c.'ty and the house where such in the City of Live Oak, appearNOVEMBER
a line or lines of main or side tracks
patient shall be, must be quarantinedas Florida, at Less than the Face FIRST
across Ohio Avenue in the city of
effectually as practicable and dan- Value Thereof, and Imposing a :
+ Live Oak Florida, and operating, Write on one side of paper only; story not k
,j ger signals in, the form of red flags Penalty for the Violation Hereof.
trains thereover, be and they are to exceed 1,000 words contest will close
} shall be placed around such infected Be it ordained by the Mayor and ; ,
hereby required to furnish and keep I
house houses or quarters, and all City Council of the City of Live Oak, FEBRUARY J5th J908.
stationed at the Ohio Avenue street ,
the inmates to In- Florida: .
crossing of such tracks in said City thereof exposed I and winner will be announced in the :March
. t fection be and they are hereby re-I I Section 1. It shall be unlawful forI
. a flagman or watchman from the number. Send in at once.
quired to remain in such infected your subscription
i hour of six o'clock in the morning i I any person persons, firm or corpora-

until the hour of eight o'clock In the house houses or quarters or within I tion to purchase or contract to pur- THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE

such infected district as may be un- chase within the city of Live Oak, ,
evening of each and every day. I .
der quarantine until such time 13 i, Florida, any of the Clearing House:
Section 2. That it shall be the

I tiaor of said flagman or watchman. to they shall be able to produce a cer-1[ Certificates issued by the trustees of I Drawer 30 Live Oak, F1a:11I' :

remain at sam Ohio a Avenue_ street tificate from some practicing physician : tile Clearing House Association com-

that all danger of infection Is i or hanks
posed doing business in the
crossing at all times between the I
past and that the Infected house, city of Live Oak, Florida at and for
tours mentioned In Section One of I I'I'M+t J II I t tt I I t II II II II II I I I II II J II 111111' IIII IIII
houses and their
this Ordinance and to keep lookoutfor : or quarters con-'a less sum than the face value ot

. all approaching engines trains j j tents have been thoroughly disinfected : such Certificates, unless such person,

or until such time as the State i | persons, firm or corporation shall '
cars across said crossing and to II
+ watch for all persons crossing the j Board of Health shall have taken I hate first paid to the Tax Collector

railroad tracks at such cross' and charge of and raised such quarantine; jof the City of Live Oak, a license tax ,

to give provided, that this prohibition may rof| Five Hundred Dolars, and pro-
timely warning or signal to
not apply to any individual adult ..f'd a licence from the said
such persons of the approach of all 'I''I'C I Airline RailV ay.
t trains engines and cars. That any member of the family who produces I I' Sect;on 2. Any person, firm or Ii ,

violation the a certificate from some practicingphysician ; .corporation or the officers thereof,
on part of such watctln 1
I that such member has not I v. Lo shall purchase Clearing House
>an or flagman of any of the duties ; Savannah, Columbia Camden Southern ,
' t been exposed to infection and that: I C:? : ;ats without first paying the ,
Imposed by this section shall subject Raleigh Richmond: Baltimore,
there is no danger of such member license tax and procuring a license II Washington,
him to a fine of not
exceeding One .1'
Hundred Dollars, or imprisonmentnot communicating said disease.Sec. I horn the city, as provided In the pre- Ii __ Philadelphia and New York. __

2.-That any persons violating: [: :iiedin:; section shell be punished by
ninety days, or by both
a such fine any of the above provisions of the : a fine not exceeding Five Hundred Ii I
discretion of the Mayor. preceding section shall be fined not I Dollars, or imprisonment for a period

Section 3. That this Ordinance exceeding five hundred ($500.00) exceeding: ninety days, or by both i

shall dollars or imprisoned not longer than .nch fine and imprisonment In the
become Mail
1 effective on and after I Seaboard Seaboard
'i the 15th day of December A. D. ninety days, or by both such fine and I discretion of the Mayer. I I: Express

h 1907. imprisonment at the discretion of the I Section 3. That this Ordinance

Passed the :Mayor and in addition, such person shall take effect immediately upon Its I
City Council of Live
shall be isolated under guard until passage by the Council and approval !
Oak. Florida this 11th day of November Modern : Pullman : Equipment.
I 1907. such time as a practicing physicianmay jj the ::ayor. -

CHAS. II. DROWN certify that danger from infec- CHAS II DRO\'o X, + --- --

ton is past. President City Counc'l
President City Council. I Line
Attest: S. P. MAYS, ; Sec. 3.-That any physician who AUesl. S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. t The Jamestown Exposition
j City Clerk. shall willfully make any false certificate I. S. r. )1.'rs, City Clerk of the

, I, S. P. Mays, My Clerk of the under the provisions of this or- V. of LIve Oak, Florida, do hereby i (NORFOLK, VR.Excursion .

) d'nance. conviction by the Mavi that the +
of Live I upon e r I'y foregoing Ordinance
City Oak, Florida, do hereby DailyFor
certify that the foregoing OrdinanceNo. i or shall be punished by a fine, not ex- ..c. 6S was regularly passed b> the ; I Tickets on Sqle

seeding five hundred dollars or imj Council the lSth
61 was regularly passed by the I ; City on day of November :
prisoned not longer than ninety day, I A. D. 1907 and the W t
City Council on the llth day of November j j : same is full information and Sleeper reservations call onof anY

A. D. 1907 and the same Is j I or both such fine and imprisonment, hereby certified to tne Major for his .; Seaboard or write, '

| at the discretion of the 1layor.I approval. 'r'a
hereby certified to the I : J S. C. DOYLSTON. JacksODTi
I Major for his A&t. GenL Pass. Agent,
, approval. Sec. -I.-That this ordinance shall Witness my hand and the seal of ,

Witness hand I take effect immediately upon its passage aid City this 1 Sth day of November
my the seal of I -
by the Council and approval by :: .\. D. 1&07. -
said City this 11th day of November, I' =--
i the Mayor. S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
1907. S. P. :MAYS
i Attest: I Examined and approved by me, this,

City Clerk. ''S. P. MAYS, C. H. BROWN, November ISth A. D. 190:. Adveisfeel AclvertiS6/
Examined and approved by me this I !
City Clerk. Pres Council. J. B. JOHNSON Mayor.
toe 18th day of November A. D.
I. S. P. Mays City Clerk of the
1907. J. B. JOHNSON,
City of Live Oak Florida de hereby :t It's the bill for a woman's stunning

Mayor. that the foregoing Ordinance that shocks her Have anything buy?
certify gown husband. you to sell? Do you want to

ORDINANCE NO. 67. No. 67, was regularly passed by the'

An ordinance in relation to the City Council on the 6th day of November I I Lots of me/are\nlent with themselves Have you "lost" or "found" anything?

public health and to prevent the A. D. 1907 and the lame III becau/e of th Ir belief that

spread of certain contagions and In- hereby certified to the Mayor for his'charity begins at hornet An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your demends! :




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:," TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottlt pur- :t
;t. Icbaud today may &T* you s sick spell tomorrow. *

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ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy

i. Mrs. W. A. WhlteweU Emory, Tex., College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for
I writes: "My child had chills and fever tl all graduates.
:f- : > for four years. We tried all kinds of I
..; medicines and finally aa acquaintance of SCHOLARSHIPS;
nine recommended Herbine. We used
three bottles and the child is now com

.;J. .. pletely cured. You hare my permission and
to publish this testimonial, as I cheer $40 $50 $75 $90
r. fullv recommend Herbine to al mothers I ,
having children afflicted a* mine.




:, AND RECOMMENDED BY Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street

I Suwannee Drug Company.
..: President and l'rolrJetor. Principal.
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I .i J,i-MH'M-M'H"IH+IH-H"I-H'M 1'H'i'IiM 1 111 HiHil I l'M-H tl HHi > 1H'H i H-l I11 I IJ Ii IiI
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"*' A 10O7 lloinance. Cl One It lief. Etpensive; "1Flattery t 5
& The pretty << had taken the "Yes, ma'am,'" the convict was Dr
nurse "It is a 1'11'tba1 here are so many
; Rail Road If | best of cafe of thelsteel millionaire. people who teK (tsehoods." saying "I'nr er Jist for tryin' to i : I
N "Ivantjou t /marry me, said "Yes," ans1't'1Iss Cayene, "but flatter a rich f.
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"The Idea!" claimed the prison .
he simply. .
{ H think how 'orse It would bo s

Goes everywhere North. South | "But Mr. Gih dge, this Is rather if we had mut 11 the gossip we visitor. ,
[ ) sudden." hear as tiW."-Washington "Yes, raaj m. I 1st tried to imt- i I

;East and West. Through Pullman | I "I plenty know, 0 chifd time, I >to tK>St w.used But to you'llhave the Star. '. tate Dits.his si ature on check.-Tit- ;.

'Service t''idea I'll Ir/re a fierce)jbb getting
all trains. 1 "
on i The Postmaster of Gasconado, Mo.,
| rid off>" wife"-Philadelphia \Ve hare secured the agency for
:: I Daniel A. Hugh says, "I cannot say
n i I Bulletin. Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new
too much for Kidney & Bladder '
:: your laxative that makes the liver lively
Itlls. I feel like a new man." DoVitt's -
i purifies the breath cures headache "
CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER" | \ Kidney and Bladder Pills are
Appendicitis ind regulates the digestive organs.
sold by Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d
I Cures chronic constipation. Ask us
Is due in large measure to abuseof
a a about It. City Pharmacy. dw* d
%' the bowels, by employing drasticpurgathes.
Kjen a little miss may make a hit
_,- For detailed information, schedules, rates 3E To avoid all danger, use wfen she Candidates -
grow ny "also ran" ac.quirf'd
and reservatione, see your nearest ticket l''! : only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the -/ a lot of e''rlenee..
safe, gentle cleansers and Invigor-: t
write call i The New Pure F and Law _
f'agenJ, or or on r o I ators. Guaranteed to cure headache -
y We are pleased to announce that Bet remedy for mothers to use is .
biliousness malaria and
$$3.1. Ticket Atlantic Coast Line fii Foley's Honey and Tar for cough, Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It ;
Agent, !) Jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drug
cold and lung troubles Is not affected tastes nearly as good us maple sugar,
Live Oak Florida. I store. 25c. nov-d\\*
by the National Pure Food and It contains no opiates. Sold by Live
Drug law as it contains. no opiatesor Gak Drug Co. nov-d ':
o to -- n I'll 'Isle :';i'"JI"O. F
UFRANK other harmful drugs, and we recommend -
I "I notice /are prematurely
|it you it as a safe remedy for If a woman hasnA anything else
: C. BOYLSTON, District Passenger Agent '
passenger. children and adult?. City Phar- to do with her hu nd's money she }
Atlantic! Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. I |1 ( V / buys a lot of uselPat things because

...:, hair!" jV V? they are cheap.-Chicago News. s'
The who foots the bills always
". lost it byfeouSttoo much batting man
.:u= ':::= I I
I into other people ,affairs.'* answered has a kick coming.,
Take some good reliable and safe
i the other !>>a ff.-CIIIl.
I d'gestant! like KODOL for dyspepsia.
Tribune.lie Tlirc's No Use!!
r Real Estate For Sale. ; sago KODOL is the best remedy known today ;
(talking, you can't beat Herbine for for heart burn, belching and all 1
i Fought at Gettj-.burg.' | $
i the liver. The greatest regulator troubles arising from a disordered

N. Y., \ ever offered to suffering humanity. If
----- -- -- -- David Parker, of Fajette digestion. It Is pleasant to take and

"oDeundre4 acres joining town on Columbus road. who lost a foot at Gett)sburg, writes: I you suffer from liver complaint, If affords relief promptly. Sold by
iMndree and twentg on Rock road adjoining cemerery ground Klectric Bitters have done me more I you are bilious and fretful, its your Live Oak Drug Co. nov. r
Wr acres mile north of Court House on Rock road. ,_
good than medicine I ever took. J I liver and Herbine will put it In its
Winndred and mile from Court House. ,vJ.ver'tblng
sixty rcres, one
E?choice residence lots on Duval street. For several years I had stomach I proper condition. A positive cure for comes o the man who i

Pj choice residence lot on Georgia avenue.Beres trouble, and paid out much money Constipation, Biliousness, Dyspepsia advertises while .
Oft upper Spring road, three miles from Live Oak. d'w i for medicine to little purpose until "and all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya J.waus.Some :
is be given on purchases. i I began taking Electric Bitters. I ottle and you will never use anything men boil liars aDd the

3r J. VV. SPERRINGS. would not take $SOO for what they I j else. Sold by Suwannee Drug rest peak thjtruthPneumonia oe asloealy.
have done for me." Grand tonic for Company. nov-d w* : ,

the aged and for female weaknesses." Follows a Cold

PROFESSIONAL L. .\. CIL.\\n"OItH, : Great alterative and body builder; Cured of F.right's Disease.! but never follows the use of Fotey'a =

CARDS. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. ; sure cure for lame back and weak Mr. Robert O. Burke. Elnora N. Honey and Tar. It stop the cough

kidneys. Guaranteed by Barclay & Y., writes: "Before I started to use heals and strengthens the lungs anl

EL BROOME, Office Upstairs, I Groover druggist. SOc. noy-dw" Folej's: Kidney Cure I had to get up prevents pneumonia. City Pharmacy

Citizens Hank P.uildinR. from twelve to twenty times a night nov*

LIVE OAK -- -:- FLORIDA.IT. IfntHHl to Cot Tven. and I was all bloated up with dropsyi I I

'' r&COUNSELOR AT LAW. Little Mollfe (who often becomes I i and my eyesight was so impaired 1 /

f ....-"...coasts of the SI&te. Spec- I : the whole day wmi her godmotherDo ) j across the room. I had given up FO1rSesaa

Lfc. rI.e". All to business CenYe'aneee promptly. Collection attcndt Practical godparent. g\t punished for hope of living, when a friend recommended
AND JEWELER their godchildr 's sfVs mother? Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50
Mother-Xof MollieX ,cent bottle worked wonders and be-

35 j ear's experience : Mollie <*jth a profound"sigh I fore I had taken the third bottle the

?, we WEST Good stock of Watches always on hand. I Oh, what a ifity' I felt so comfyabout I dropsy had gone, as well as all other HOr EY Arm AR Q:

symptoms of Bright's disease."
in and Surgeon. There Is NO Reason it. jPunch. City

11 Building. Ohio Avenuit why your baby should be thin, and I !Pharm<:.cy. nov-d w* '

at Ethel Hotel fretful during the night. Worms are i lie Charitableto I JI Bo origin! : : -

the cause of thin, sickly babies. It your horses as well as to yourself. I A Significant Prayer

i6..Nan(Barelay!3 or t 1n.roover)No.IS. is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe I You need not suffer from pains of I "May"the Lord help you make I LAXATIVE cough remedy r rI

fat and sleep well. If your baby any sort-your horse need not suffer. ; Bucklen's Arnica Salve known to

<}+ r.E.TBOMASONTHOMASON. does not retain its food, don't ex- t Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow LIni- all," writes J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel j For coughs. Noopiatea., cc'.ds throat:\,-n-and.cuhul Iunqtroubles. .;. I
and other ment. It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts Hill, N. C. It quickly took the pain .
dE periment with colic lures i Good for e" rJb > medicine, but try a bottle of White' Bakersfield Mo., writes: "1 out of a felon for me and cured It Ina The crnuii.oTOLEY'S

Cream Vermifuge and you will soon hare used your Liniment for ten wonderfully short time." Best on HONLV:: and T'.R h 10 -

S& SURGEONS Be your baby have color and laugh as I{years and find It to be the best I I earth for sores burns and wounds. 4 Yellow package, Kefu.e .iUi itutes. 4"

It should. Sold by Suwannee Drug have ever used for man or beast.I| Uc at Barclay & Grover drug Prepared only by

eo. nor-dw Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. noT-dw I store oov-dw Foley 4k Company
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k : OAK i .\,:.Y DBMOCItAT )MONDAY NOVEMBER 23, 19O7.eee .

ROAK' D : .

Ed.e: :, LUMf 1st tce-President. J. B. BARTON, President. H. M. WOOD, Chairman Finance '"

;:- "i4T'b. T. BYRD,' 2nd Vice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier. 7(

;: # Capital and Stockholders Liability -' $100,000.00. "



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The Sunday Jchool was full and House*elt. f UI)
These Are The
0: every ipresent The interestwas Lafayette/d.. Nov. IS.-William E H Lines

splendid Rev. C.C.. Irvin
Jennings Bryan addressed the members -

"t preached at 11 o'clock the pastor being of the-Oackson. Club at a banquet I k That Make S. J.

absent from the city. The congregations tonight.! even hundred plates were n} Whit
wire good. The Leaguesin I
addition, probably 2,500
proddt'd.ln -

{ and the the afternoon Interest,were good.well attended. others. Br were>an present.Mr. said that. after servingin I II E "The Shoe Store for Men, Ladies' and Children's ; I

Musical at the 'evening
program two fampat did not feel like Good Shoes
hour was a splen d success, and the
Again ,,8
volunteering although ho -t i
congregation whtth was very large
would accept presidential nomin- 0 The Edwin Clapp Shoe
was both delighted and profited. The Vdrafted." I The Dorothy Dood Shoe ..
ation in 1908 if lie was B "
entire service was free from all effort I For Men. For Ladies i
( glad that unprecedented discoveriesof ; :
at show or w /e entertainment and
gold had takfn the money question n __4$. The Stetson Shoe The cushion sol and rubbc lied TI'adalrJ,
rougbout the congregation
was spiritual ;
out of poll CSt "But I want For Men.
being led by the choir often B ForJLadies.
; you to know," laid he. "that our wa C _
joining In th/hymns with an earnest- I arguments on tie money question advanced 1 (8 The Heywood ,Shoe The Dome Bomaido""'"
ness and spirit that was Indeed soul
In 189* have been vindicated i n For Men. For Ladies.
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not by th /Republican party, but I
Each featin-e of the program and t I t 11
because God Almighty took pity on
each singer lire worth of special :
: the poor peo; le of the world and .:
mention whicq we would be glad to I opened up to them vast storehouses n Little Spartan & YValkin Strong Line of_ Pine Shoes *

will make not but perms ou limited our doing space so. today The iof: gold." ; n For Misses and Children. For Boys and Youths. j

He !e\"ere1. arraigned the "Im
F choir will haT another interesting >
perialistic policy" of-the Republican

1 program next S nday ptist.Yesterday .night. party already and cost salu tbr the people. experiment an enormoussum had I "CERTIFICATES GOOD FOR ANY OF THEM:}

of moneyHe referred to the

w indeed a good day ; Philippine government as a "carpt'tbag' rEJ E t

with the Bapt t congregation. The I, government held in place by a I n AT
weather i eal and service :
was every
standing lie contended that
I during the da >as w.ellatte ded and I the United Sates should, instead of 1 1I

the interest ra I'very: high. The Bible f'spending hundreds of millions of dollars I I S. J. WHITE'S/

school at the ten o'clock hour was on, the Philippines, spend it in | .

more largelyattended and with I reclaiming arU lands within its own I: Ji

; greater enthusiasm than has been bounds. \ ;
I| I Shoe and Gent's
seen for se eral months. There was': "If you ask n e If President Roosevelt i $

a new life hat seemed to be pulsing I'171)
is a Democrat, said Mr. Bryan,
on all sides. The pastor's class of j 1.1' / :'|,! ( ----TTTTTT/wI .T wTTrI T IfTTT/w/wIw/7
: will answt' that he Is in spots, WWy/W W IWWWWWWWWWWVI +WWV/W WNIWWWVNW, -INI'-,y ,yp-/
men filled \he class room to overflowing .
i but the spots ire not big enough, or
taking,very seat and then frequent enough.' When I see him i iI j I(
not all accommodated. 'i An appeal wa\taken, and the de-
I I taking Plank out of the Democrat : 1.I
Many were the{expressions of ap- him. fendanr4v'honKwJu fiXed at $4.000 I Live Oak
platform, I au glad to indorse ; Co.
preciation of the sermon by the pas-. I have always* been glad to commend I|j I pending th'eNcivfXj of which the defendant M'f'g.

tor on "The Language' of the Cross. him when he advocates rate regulation .I is inSie custody of the

The attention Of jthe splendid congre- Income i'\ sheriff.
and the tax. The onlytrouble I j
gation from first to last of
was intense. ----
is that he does not go far > .
They followed/the preacher through enough." \ t"I I .\l\\ij Was Sick.VJ.en '

every sentenc every gesture and Bryan drcUred that 1'ret.Weiit IHoose"E'lt \ \ a man says fce always was Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Li p

every They smiled should not be heM responsible ''
hick troubled with that
u a eeifa
trey *4
with him, thought with '
him for the PT't"nt financial atrlnKeot'y. I r lasted all winter what wotkl
and they -webt with him. you Power and Turpentine. !
Mr. placed the blame ton .
Brjan think if he should say-be never was
In the art rnoon the pastor spoke '
"Wall street gamblers. He mad
sack since ureing Ballard's Morin
at Antioch ti a good congregationand no pointed referent* to the neat ; hound S 'rap. Such a man exUts. Electric Lights in anv part of the city furnished I

here.then at flight from his pulpit Democratic platform. ; Mr. J. C. Clark. Laver Colorado Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable ntj
The 'au ltorum
was full at
I night, adn the subject previously announced i iSTHOIn.n writes: "For years I was troubled Electric power-Day and night current-for manafacg

\ IS Jl'll.TV i with a severe cough that would last ing
"False Professors, was t purposes. j
I ---- all winter. This cough left me in a holesale
J discussed at some length. I and retail Ice-out of City orders have.$
{'01l\ktt'tl of Kniltvzzting $:',.->OO from miserable! condition. I tried Bal
i Before the sermon, Mr. Ridley ) attention, and all orders promptly filled. H
lard's HorehouBd and have
r i Atlantic Toast Lint' I Syrup not
made some reference to Texas and : We will
i f had a sick day since. That's what it give you good prices on low grade cdlWg'
to his recent visit to, the city of (Gainesville Sun. ) I
( i j did .for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug flooring. Come and get our prices. j
I Beaumont closing by opening a "We, the jury, find the defendant j

t telegram just received (announcing J. N. Strobhar, guilty. So say we all. Co. nov-dw ------- -

t that he had been railed to the pastor- \V. D. Fagan, foreman." s '''::; '"p'n:1: 11'1.:111': :: I II : II:1: ;\: : 'I'' .,

ate of the First Baptist church at tile This was the verdict rendertxl by I,| iMioiniiKitioiis at S( xt.on.I "

I' :: : morning t-ervlce. \ This Is a great the jury in the famous case of the I i I The MtroBs of Stetson University :, FOUNTAIN PENS GIVEN AWAY

l t honor that has come to Mr. Ridleyan Stat of Florida >s. J.-\. Strobhar j\ include i\ople of all religious faiths, ,!

honor and an opportunity the like charged with embezzlement in the!j and of air\K>litical opinions. There

I of which has probably never come to sum of seven thousand five hundred i! are DatUsf\i. Methodists, Presbjter- : : if *

f any Southern minister so young as dollars, while agent of the Atlantic lans. KpisooValians.. Lutherans, Disciples i! : ;1\tf .1

I j I Mr. Ridley. The church building b' Coast Line as this point. : ConRrftxationaMsts, Catholics ('
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the finest structure in a city of The jury was composed ofV.. D. ': Unitarians, AiKentistt and Jews in The SUN of Tallahassee will give a fountain pen to any one *&*

forty thousand people, costing over Fagan, F. T. Rutherford, C. (::. Drum- '!' the number. That IK+ because sectarIan 'it two tions.new There subscribers is a and self-filling two dollars fountain for the pen-'s0mt'thin payment of the newTye sue" J

$100,000, and the membership Is mond, Geo. H. Gibbons, W. H. Jones teaching has ever been permitted i! SVNwlIUb :

above 800 representing tw.eaty million and L. r te Tillman. from the befnving" There are givenfortl t

-dollars. The salary ,offered Mr. This cas 'whicb has been on the students here a| Ste eon who are H new subscnibelh

Ridley is.more. than twjce 'what he docket in the Circuit court of Alachwacounty preparing for "e Chr .tmas miniatin -\ when accompanied by three dollars to make them .11: !

now receives. tHe for the pest twd beaks, being four deaptninatfoK -- B
has not slgisned what he in- continued from t\ie td time was Method:st. a. bb "tPrian ad Obd.J"'. Ii if y< u arc to write with a SUN pen.

tends'to do. Said be would doubtless called on Monday olth*present week Stetson rnjrersit>. does v>ot ft-I11 II Fla:1:11' :.
decide the matter bj next Sunday. and has occ red._ajl tl e time of the TheologyJviit It provides \the .01- .. Tallahassee.
rourt dur'n: -4he week j d.-my an/colle-- courses, \bich ->re :: l I :U ;; II: ::111; I : ::::;;1 :;:;::1\1;\ ; !

Second .denttri.tian Church. The best Ieal talet which" could usually *rcrlb"d for all utvdentsvn -- -- ---
Two good services be fwrured on t"ttb.r silt' wts employed the ministry. A ------ j---: ; sit 01
I are retorted efter large Ocala to (Yt fated Streets. \'isitOCJia d t. !L' an
i from this congregation S rvtes and tfce case wag fought on every nuabp of students are preparing for : piazzas 'of tf ". (''a Douse s1tti
(Ocala Banner.
were held by the pastor, with good legal; point. \ mercantile life for the legal vrofrssioBf ) being stitfkd > 4! :>t. j

crowds attending.!? The ergitmettt4gt,1 defense was for editorial work. for t %ehloK Mayor lilar signed the contract \ We hope that ,d.' d!lZ{' I1fl1lr

concluded Thursday af erooon about an* other forms of profession Ii'e. early Thursday morning for paving loyal and Jla-t"i: p' and will htl.tthE'

half-past 5 o'clock. wb the chargof ... our 8tn4* with our( paIOmcer?..
Kyes l:\aniined Free. -- -- ---- Yitrited/Drfck. and hands ot o .1
the e Htj was ghlllfl. and the (a.!' the PitigerNu ConpanaT to whom this good Horlv .-n'1 1 wIll tbro'> '!
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Dr. R. Goldstein, the Tampa eye was left to theTif"' '. with the undvrtawlins w&11>>D 1 tm
> was awarded he cwfract. at once < tumblng blo 1', e r

specialist, who was in our city a ; that If a verdict wa reached Beautiful Line placed the order fo the brick, and I pale the R tth. III i',t vmSy )+

short time ago, and treated as wellas within a reasonable hour the court just an soon aa tl\ same arrive from ;I Let all WlIHf' .n--ins t-*

fitted glasses to many of our best would reconvene. There was no verdict Nr\c haml-painttMl China suitablefor Xew York State.-Clf work of paving : or and .nit.) 1- pt the city oul;'!

citizens, will bo In Live Oak Friday, reached or reported however. wedding and Christmas present the streets will /regi Well doneJ ,Iud faitital :

and Saturday November 29th and and after about sixteen hours' con We belie eJlat ItIi vanti." 'f
prove to be
30th (two days only), with office at finement. the verdict was rendered at Skirts, chilnden's ooats hats, the best in'tmtment thl .oi -psra:!
city hase -ed
dress goods and laces KODOL ib i .1.
Hotel Ethel. Take advantage of his a specialty.
the of morning
open ng court Frlda : er made a.od will !Wira new" ,f ,,' heart
skill and consult him in regard to A motion for a new trial was madi Standard patterns, fashion I'I epoch In iu history. Our plan for the i belchIIJ
\n tI'a.ch
rehaats flatulence, = <
given each
your eyes. Dr. Goldstein Is well- and urged in the afternoon. but the away month.Ladies' will not have to keep thuir f 6t0IDaC11bles tf;
and ai.1 a
children's gas. nausea
Known throughout the state of Flor- same was denied, when the defendantwas under- closed on Lot summer cola t it ,'
days to bar a\
wear. New line corsets. It di?> *
ida, and we do not hesitate to re- sentenced to three years in the the dust. People can walk the streets will make '0'1 : ....1111 SOld)1;
commend him to the public. tf penitentiary. MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. with some degree of )
J, comfort and Drug Coun.
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