Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 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
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System ID: UF00075905:00188
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the Government atWashington
9Mfi Normal Again and Confidence

AS YDV Restored

plEASE; BoY -
{rt&, European Russia, Nov. 2(.-
Washington, NOT. 29.-The announcement
[&:board the train bearing Secretary by Secretary Cortelyou

his party to Moscow toasts
'M and
Wednesday night that further subscriptions
|:were drunk yesterday to President --- to the one-year treasury

P;; and Emperor Nicholas. In ---
Roosevelt -- certificates would not, be received, la
.:3onor of the Russian O
regarded here as Indicating that the

;;passengers presented an elaborate secretary considers/the crisis in ,

[leaks' to the, AVierican secretary ofliar /W/f money market to fce practically :er.

= bearing. Rdesjan and American Official figurerfiave not yet fbeea

fg. jnVesponlin/ to the presenta- 1 p given out at thV. treasury of the
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; ;, ipeec re /ry Taft said he amount of certificates allotted The

,wig'inBresstd wittf the resources and amount of the allotments/ made,

tfertflitA of Siberil. and the appear- however, is to be aboVt $35/00,000,

Janee: and\hejchamcter of the people. and this is Vrobably ihe 1/ilt All

|, E. prophes ed anuture development individual suucriptiinis baring been

of'Siberia as great and similar to WftAtr ( rejected, it is antrdpated mat nearly ; .

r that of the American western states, the whole of the J33.00/.000 allot ;

rand believed it would become the ted will be used 10 secur/ new issues i ",

[ leading section of the country in of bank otes. A4 these Issues will be I
.t i rienlture. He was pleased with his retired withjn leas than/a year, they I'

bong anticipated visit to Russia' and will not cons tea /ermanent Inflation -t i

';was sorry that he could not lengthen of the bank note circulation. i

t The effect of thevjew loans upon
It always interests me to watch
and of the money market is already
these tnogul A>n the Santa Fe pull
receiving attention at the treasury f
and push tlrelr string of cars up tho
V 4I and in banking circles. "
/ Rockies. Afcd I always think of the :

t. 'world's peer unfortunates down at }
r ,the'toot oi the mighty hills. It is :
no trick to\ring that train down- i
Is Bryan'sayAo Solve the Problems
;, the trick is tcNmld it back. But it f;
of/the World.
takes ,three ten- Ivers to put the

'1mm on the crest of the range. Washington Xov 25.-William J. .1

'' ixro't Bryan and RobVt E. Speer of New
> forget that!* The reason so f

many fellows are let far down the York were the principal speakers at

:., valley is that the/ need some help. Ii Convention Hall to Ight at the con-

After all, and in a jrery definite sense cluding session of tie international !

\ to blame it convention of the Yo ng Men's Chris-
\; are fit the fellow stays

J; :down. He 'p tian Association of JK'orth America,
:;;: would? pull the hill if he
could. i which has been In/session here for
Many a I man is casting aI ?

wistful, helpful Stance toward the four days. Mr. Aryan spoke on
"Christ in the of Men," and Mr.
heights Either j the grade is too
Speer on "The Association a Bond of
heavy or his b filer is too weak-

3.. may be both. 6an't that .. International F lowshlp."
you see ..
SHOPS AGAIN OPEN A BUSINESS BURGLAR Mr. Bryan d lared that the Biblical -
.. For many hour I had grown weary BIG FIRE AT MONTBROOK I
\ 1 injunction ove thy neighbor as i
,,looking, out over e Texas esUcad- I
Return to
does limitless And East Coast Operatives Keeps Book Accounts of Receipts to thyself" is a pi fbrm more fundamental -
so tHat the horizon al-
most Work In St. Augustine.St. --- WhackjUp With Pals. than tl; t presented by any
vanished in distance. Toward
uie -
Augustine, Nov. 25.-The Flor- political platfor 1 and that there is
nightfall I noticed that far out shops here FJ.OHW.Ll" lmm COMPANY'S Albany, GaV Nov. 25.-While
ida East Coast railway no question tixi platform could not
:,oa the distant rini there loomed up after being MILL UESTHOY'EDTUf searching the person of Frank Burton -
.- are again in operation solve.
.a'granite peak-tjie first coming of several months. The a white burgnr held in the city
closed down for "We have ha wars because we
\ an the rockies thit behind barracks charged breaking intoa
lay piled
whistle at the shops blew as a signalfor have been tryin to see what we .
;It In silent grand fur. And for number of A residences the
any ,
many the men to begin work this morn- LOSS Will BE $35,000.00Great could get out of ifce world," said Mr.
other hours I traveled on and on. force of skilled police discove d yesterday a pocket
ing, and a large Bryan, "we will wive peace when we
And yet this firs mute guardian of account booK in which Burton had
mechanics will in the try to see what Ave can put In the
.She plains thoug ever approaching, kept a careful account of all his steal I "
engaged. world. The sMaker said we nave
f.t was ever distant! I soliloquized closed several hcitement l're\'aiJed-Ilant ings, sho Ing the sum in cash realized -
These shops were overestimated wnat can be done by
the Inspiration wis on. Yes, it is on'account: of the uncer- Will Be Rebuilt at Once fromvihe sale of every stolen
months ago force and underestimated what can

, ;.. trpe! Our Ideals 'se like the tower- tainty of the times and in the intervening article. be done by exa pIe. "This is an age

r' toghills right oudof life's otherwise When questioned by the officers,
time a very few men were of great t mpt.: Ion, when a mighty t

boundless reached: We never reach kept busy, ons. >fficltj t to meet Im- Montbrook, Nov. 29.-Fire broke Burton admittecf that the record was price is offered* for a human soul.

1 them-some of dizzy heights we t : The Closing of the out in the Florida Lumber Company'smills kept for the purpose of making possible '!
mediate needs This question, be declared, "ought i
_ \shall never But like this the here last nIght at 9 o'clock, a just division with his pals of "
tIe sen-I shops was keenly fit by mer- to be brought home to the people.
.-iinel they keep eir silent busioes /interests of St. and in less thaA,ten minutes the en- I the spoils of their operations. He !
chants an J
9ferlife's great In their that the resumption of tire plant was enveloped in flames. refused to rep al the name of eitherof

-Baseless approac i they shall bring work Augustine will 90 be greatfy appreciated by About fifty men\vtug in the neigh- I his compan ns in crime, though Judge Palmer route passed through from yesterday -
en Mayo
M more and more toward the spell of well the mechanics borhood were. soonim the scene, but an effort was 1 ade to have him do hone 4Ji
as \
these interests as where he lifts just end the fall
their majesty ana< beauty. the fire gaini dJ h headway that so. As an illustration of that "honor w up

'J Only the hidden burdens tease and employed.It conditions in the plan\ wasisoon des oyed, I among thieves'/which is supposed to term of Circuit on for Lafayette
is to be hoped i easels county udge al er say hat horound
*: fret the river of lIre. Of these we will warrant the railway ing a loss\of $35,000. enlaU-1 exist, the considered unique. .
the future has lete h fall ,
|Till not speak we reveal their I force of One Seaimlrd Air/Line Another of rfhe gang which has i com|
the large
In and thatusually h sessio ave been un-
y tiding lumber for been infesting Albany for several
places. the worried waters for loaded /ready
mechanics at tbe shops,
high-class ha1 this e. He will enjoy
themselves tell the of our ment, was also desubyed. One hundred weeks has bee arrested. He i
story of i
the rolls are a source great his season's between and
.deadly secret. pay employes of the mill were I his name as Webster. glVC-I' rest now .
j revenue in this community. the beginning oi his rounds for the
k- Experienced actors have told me ?: thrown out of work. :I gold watch f.\ had been
of court.
/ 4that they feel th| characters which C. A. Ridley will a, ounce Owners of the plant announced tonight I I from J. W.H. was found on I spring term + +
hisl&entton the aill to the
regarding his .
- they Impersonate : that they would rebuild as sootas person.
!that if they are
i \ Church, Jeaumom, j t I Ii Onafe HlOMOMI.lH Mwt. #
Playing First ptist possible. A small insurance was
noble, eroic characters '
n\t expected In..C.\S. Hildreih, Sr., mill -11-
they actually feelJthe noble impulses, Te..as. Sunday, and/is carried c a the mill. i KILL* IIKII IMVAL a
tertain the ( Blossoms tomorrow -
largeVongregatio will be present rang 1
:the strong tonic rot the heroism as- that
i afternoo. / 2:30 o'clock. Th.
little inter-
;tnn ,fh* whenz : at both\ a o A Mi Tfcm ler Ohl Msn T to she
On they; other hand, Mr. Ridley'3 Notice cC StocMer's MeHiag. | I mite boxes w be opened; and thosenot =
they /
e playing tmean' contemptibleparts 1 est attaches withal i\lf city's life. He Dowling Park, Fla., Nov. 25 1907. \Vtiwls. havintr,4nite\gres will have an
they feel Mean and debased. of of Trade A special meeting of the stockholders i Baltimore, d.. Nov .-Madden- i opportunifjr to maV an off 'ri n::.
; secretary \Board .
8ere's is
the messse for you! Don'tPit tfr seVral papers and of the Live Oak, Perry A ed by the bell th her husband'saffections Ii After tjpfe regular me Ling. there will ; K
II There this paper dawn until you get it. '' magazines iu/hieb cWcity he has Gulf Railroad Co. will be held at had bt itolen from her I be a social feature antkall the litt-j!

Is everything in assuming repressed Li"ek: to great Bowling Park Monday, December9th by Mrs. Sallie Bro n, Mrs. Annie E. Orange Blossoms are inched to conic.

frnUy and persistently, the part you : often Maith today shot instantly kill-
really advantage 1 identified v tb every at ten o'clock. a. IlL, for the L
desire tel play in life's great of ed Mrs. Brown. Maith. man left the house by a 3.
and, pastor
4rama. forward n considering matters of
Conscl usly or unconscious- : buV purpose of Two bullets m acalibre: re- rear exist a h3.- not been appre- 1C
Bapt/ Church. has up
'- t matters lot-in the years toe i the importance perUininc to the interests volver eateredictl forehead.The bended.Immediately. APT
robablY tbe largest congregation rI
< Orne shall I nd ourselves like our ,? what Middle Florida. Should he of the connMjr. I I shooting occurred in Mrs. JUer the shooting

....Jnodels whose i art we played on the ia relation- R. W. BENNETT. I Brown's home and was done in the Mrs. Mami went \ire nearest police i

>age of life. I' leave Live Oak, all these d-2912-6; Secretary. presence of the husband of Mrs. station and gave herself up. [r
must be
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I. LIMB OAK n.iiTADEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29. 19QfmiMiiiiiiiiiiii '.

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Write For Catalogue II :I Make Money in Jacksonville Real Estate



! ERA TE FflCES APE. 1 i: E HAVE DECIDED TO PLACE ON SALE a Special Fall Combinationof

i I I:f W Investment Jacksonville Real Estate that will at once appeal to every ,

1 'I man and woman who can place as much as $10 a month in a real estate saving '
Diamonds :
Watches Clocks, Brooches,
i 1 Rings Scarfpms, Cut Glass, Handpainted accouet. The combination at the low price made is just as sure to bring .__'

China, Silverware of all kinds. Teasets, j jI : a fifty;to one hundred per cent profit as Jacksonville! is sure to grow. It ...

i. Bread trays, Pitchers, Knives Forks, Ii I: takes in three of the most rapidly developing sections of Jacksonville. It r t; t.
Spoon. Case Cups, Childs Cups Flasks, I I .'i "corners" the situation and makes the small investor absolutely sure of his + 1 $
Corkscrews. Decanters Match Boxes, : i! : profits. By buying three lots in the Special Fall combination the investor can
and Pencils. ; +
4No.. 3783 Prier $685.00.GREENLEAF i : :i save $150 on the present selling prices. The: three lots [any choice from plats] 1 .. F;
+ I: in this combination, and their present selling prices follow: L
J & CROSBY CO. Jacksonvillc.FIa
Jewelers Goldsmiths and Silversmiths.i II: Murray Hill Heights, approached by beautiful Highway kk 1-
i avenue paved or from St. Johns drive, paved near the i
ESTABLISHED 36 1 EARS.H i I: new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Railway -
I + II I i I 1 I II i I I I II I 1 II I H II I I M I I I I $ 2
I I I i I I 1 1 I I H I II II P i iC.E.NEUAL ::1: and a sub-division that' is all white, and extremely 0 0 i.

-- ------ t popular, present selling price........ .... ... .... ;,
DIRECTORY. i will shortly Vail tbf* victims of assassins .. Pine Crest Park near the corner of Myrtle avenue and 3t

i bulletf : Kings road in front of the Edward Waters College site 'i' I .

STATE OFFICERS I He also pred\cft that there shortly : and adjacent to.more new'cottages than any other section $3 5 0

N B. Broward, Governor. will be anoth rV outbreak In the'I of Jacksonville present selling price............ ,'
H Clay Crawford, Secretary of State. Philippines/ nd tn t New York City .
East Grand Park, approached by beautiful Kings road, a }
Wm. V. Knott. Treasurer.A. early will be wrftially December.destroyed by fire.. mignificent suburb high-class, clean, strictly white and $ t 5 0 j .J

C. Croom, Comptroller. lr rapidly developing present selling price.....-.......... ,- ,
'\". H Ellis, Attorney GeneralB.
KODOL is offered on a .
E. McLln, Commissioner of Agri guarantee I
plan tor the relief of heart burn, $700
culture.W. TOTAL 1
flatulence, sour stomach, belching ot
il Holloway State Superintendent I gas, nausea, and all stomach trou- :I5E'c will sell these combinations I Ia !

Public Instruction. bles. It digests what you eat. It i limited number, and $ 5 5 0
Ernest Amos, State Auditor. I will make you healthy. Sold by Live 1
until otherwise advised for -
F W. B Saddler Assistant Auditor. Oak Drug Co. nov-d .

I The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bought only in .
l SUPREME COURT. Two Madison 1Madison Deaths. : these combinations at the phenomenally low rate of $550. and on the easy terms of $10 J

T. M. Shackleford, Chief Justice; Nov :a.-Former cash and $10 a month without interest or taxes.

A.. W. Cockrell. J. B. Whitfield State Senat(ia. D. Woods- Only a limited number of these combinations will be sold. Therefore, ACT QUICK. I.:
'.:uwlck Taylor. R. C. Parkhi( l, W. worth died residence here yesterday Leave the selection to us and we will give you absolutely the best choice unsold, guaran ,
A. Hocker, Associate Justices. morning He was a Confederate teeing ;you at least one corner out of the three lots.Ve issue a straight coniract for deed. ; :
ntera and a successful business : Our titles are absolutely! perfect We guarantee every lot high and dry. Jl
in which he was held, he was elected :
R. Hudson Burr, Chairman N. H.
; to the State Senate from this county : Jacksonville the gateway to Florida, is the most rapidly growing city in all the South, .1
BUtch J. L. Morgan. Royal C perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six it is today of
for three successive' terms. He is years ago, a city over fifty
Dunn, Secretary. survived by his wife, three sons and :. thousand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan city- ,
two daughters : made up of a fine citizenry from all sections of the world. It is one of the cleanest, healthiest
MEMBER OF CONGRESS SECOND Died yesterdAy at his residence in : ccost beautiful cities of its size in America. It is a city of magnificent homes
DISTRICT. the county, Mr. Robert R Skepper. churches schools. It is a citd with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach every j
Frank Clark. lie was a Co ederate \eteran lIe.: port of the world. Great trunk railway lines connect the four corners of the United -
is survived his wife and se\"erall: States. It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe, 'sound, profitable real estate
+ THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.B. children bY-I was a brother-in-law investments. It has never had a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values ;
: follow natural causes. The city growing so rapidly the suburbs fast
H. Palmer Judge. of ex-Senator p. D. Woodsworth and .IS are becoming the
centers of business and residential activities. Real estate values in the city alone increased -
Cary A. Hardee State's Attorney. it is said that they both died the :
million last
same hour. over a "ear-the suburbs increased in a greater proportion.


B. Johnson State Senator. SUICIDE O1/ .ACCIDENT.In : The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of ,00,000 and assets of $800,000. ; r

Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the-- outh. '
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MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE As to our reliability and financial standing; ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE. '
\ of lji(is Own Drug-. :
W. R. Dorman. W. H. McClellan.J (Jacksonville Metropolis ) : Jacksonville Fla. ; ;
Did Dr. J. E. TiYper. an aged Ens- I:J N. T>.-\\e publish on the 1st and 15th of each month TIlE INYEXTORR' GUIDE If you

N. Conner County Judge.J. Ikh druggist,'at 15' .. Florida avenu. : :4frl > are interested in real estate and desire to place your surplus savings in the safest and '
W. Brjfcon, Clerk Circuit Court.J. commit suicide or d he accidentally : most profitable. security on earth, tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE.
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H. RIcke.son, Sheriff. take an overdose 0 drugs This i i; :. J. D. CO.

G. B. Lord, Treasurer.J. the question which i jury sitting in ; t++++++d-+++.1 tf+++++fo+.H 111 HoC+n+++++++++3'++FtFddhFs'3':3'3+teFto K I II
N. Meeks, Tax Collector.A. inquest over his r pains this morning I

D. Hemming, Tax Assessor.J. failed to answc Dr Tipper fell I. General a m never finds out

E. Wood., County SuperintendentPublic dead suddenly in 5 little drug store hat he is a fool u/ n too late for him I JUST ARRIVED : ,11
shortly after 10 'clock last night. ,: .
Instruction. 10 profit by it., -
The coroner's jiirJ which met with I
H. E. Carter, Judge Criminal Court i ,
Acting Coroner L \ Ho well
of Record composed of the following men P J.Hoke. I' Kjcs Examined Free. 2 Cars Flour
O. O. McCollom. Solicitor Criminal foreman: D.l. Clendenniog Dr. R. Goldstein the Tampa eye j

Court. T. H Smith, S. II. cdhfer, St. Johns i specialist, who was in our city a 1 Car Meal and Grits .
}I. 11. Hawkins Clerk Criminal Court \Viggs and \V, II Barclay. short time ago and treated a. well i
The residents staiC-d that is fitted gtases to many of oar bet
: Tipper's
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. death was caused from the taking of .I itizens. will be in Live Oak Friday, 1 Car Carckers and Candy.Let .

W. A. Tison, Chairman; M. L. some poisonous drag, w hetlHIF inten- : and Saturday November: 29th and
Burnett, J. J. Dempsey, J. II Uoaal or not, the ury could Dot determine : :JOth (two days only), with office at
from the Hotel Ethel. Take advantage of DM us have
Grant, II II. Davis. fvideoee j your orders for Apples -
skill, and consult him in
Tipper has beenfa resident of Jacksonville regard to
COUNTY-SCHOOL-BOARD.E. for several ears. and for- \ J your' ejes Or Goldstein is well- Bananas, Oranges, Grapes, Nuts
hH."rly conducted .* drug store oa Jef- j knows throughout the state of FlorIda and Candles. .
R Wise Chairman; A. D. Puter- -
i and do hesitate
we not
fenon street where he lost heavily 'i recommend
baugh, R H Carver. by flre He ( him to the public. tf .
F came to this city from \ i Remember the Tampa Club Cigars
Boston where at I .
CITY DIRECTO be was a wealtb,wholesale and re- One nice thing \r&ut not being [| They are the best.
Jv: B. Johnson, Major. tail drug merchant. He wan addict- famous is that wW is less dangerof t
C II Drown, Alderman and Pre idQt Pay us in ClearingHouse
ed to the excessive use of liquor and becoming j Corioo a. Certificates.
C'ty CouncilS often used druls in small quantities -
I 1' Mays Clerk, Assessor an.i Tipper fas been in ill health lie
(1tal'ita lIe
Treasurer. for some mont ", and this fact may live Oak Brokerage{ & Commission Co.
to hones
Aldermen-S. J. White. T. S. Aad r- have caused hint to increase the dose i your as well as to yourself
son, J_ M Barclay, \V. J. IIlilma n, to a danger You need not safer from pains 0;

J, E. Wood J. L. \\'bit*. Papers and liters found upon the Try any sort a bottle->our of hone Ballard's need Snow not suffer Lini- -* OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT "

dead man who id no relative here
W H Lyle Suprint o4 Bt City ment. It cures all pains J.M.: Roberta \ I" .
him b\
to t
connected with ''rilaJ\! : ,
a Ill\ : t.j too aJlIuartt.'r -
Bakersfield, )(0., wLd, Il t > t r "
Water \\ orks.R prominent and wealthy family in writes: 1 + r 'n trl cr.. .
II Haddock City Mwrtfcal Md Birmingham England. have used your Liniment for ten j
t Sanitary Intpector. years and find it to be the best I -- ii

W. D. Wright, Polk Wisdom have ever used for EATWKftEN
leadaa man to agree with man .or beast.
his enemy and t%reby make a Mead Sold b>' Scwanaee Drag Co. nor-dw ,_
CILAMITILfc rill'DUTI: : of him
I One way tot( iAr man friendsa REPAIR SHOP.
Rev. Tlu>m.i! Hark tiayjfI-::,rtlt \\ illBristol When people wh to be shocked a .. has /fiSrttip the number
Ike Ik. troyed ${)()II. they generally g
enn. Nor 25; -Re*. of their modesty, \Ve
Thomas ClanL of hblngdon. Va, CarboUsed Witch Hazel are now ready for business. Furniture repaint; ,,_;('rur
preacher politi viX and prophet who The strongest fermoas are lives Salve; is healing and soothing Good repairing, harness, shoes etc.

'" foretold the eru Ton of Mount Pel**, that have been :lied without the aid for piles. Sold by Live Oak Drag For any kind of novelty work, such as oaked safe, '* a*}ht: 'ld-i l I

the destructio/ of vlalveston, Texas of a press-agent* Company. nov-d' wardrobes, writing desks, book and show cases, ice I'OXI'. u; iu-

and other cal' mities,\as made a prediction tC1ds % /' erators, center or dining tables, made to order. Pi tur ;! :t"11.5
thai he earth wUl be destroyed .V htpocritNisA ma* who is too made to order. We will varnish .
paint .l'
or *T hiN! "
early /next year, anil that men FOuysnONIYA.DTAF much afraid *$vW to tell yon the I ] pianos, organs and mantels. \Venwsmtod he :.:.-*
high ia/the councils of \e nation Cress | Prnc.b P..1 truth about ymt t Give us a trial. Charges reasonable. *

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ags of the Board of Public I .
Instruction. I8 | criminal court, $6.79; J. B. Johnson,

IJfe Oak Fl '., Nov. 5, 1907..1be i 3 months professional service. $50;
'\ Board met at the usual hour. .\ State Domgtratic Chairman, Brynn i Hardy Bryan road work. 1st district Live Oak M'f'g.Kanufacturers Co.

,present: E. R. Wise R. H. Carver Also, as < oth Are Senatorial 49.65; H. E. Delegal, repairing .

dyad yk A. D. Puterbaugh. /Candidates.TiinesMJnlon 6 I bridge, 1st district, $6; J. II. RicK-
1 of last two erson, Janitor and keeping convict
The minutes the meet- i record -
,.,. i were read and approved. ( 22nd.) I $35; Charlie Mitchell, burying of

':=._Application asking that the Hick-: f I pauper. $7; Frederick Disinfectant

:;1 Sink and Oak Hill schools be Since toe announcement of lIon. I Co., disinfectant for Jail, $50; T. J.
D. U. Fletcherfas Lyle. keeping clock, Sept., $3.75 Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights
.1 Consolidated was acted upon favor- a candidate for the i ; ,
>Slr. Said schools to be consolidated office of Unfa d States senator i Suwannee Drug Co., toilet paper,
&ii of the financial condition of made We was I $:i.75; Live Oak Publishing Co.. publishing -
soon public t has
been much $4 D. B.
board will admit. The presentridiools ; Caswell coffin for and Turpentine.Electric .
to remain and to be taughtat speculation ast whom will be :\ire pauper, $7Y. M. Bennett, burying

old sites until the board is able Fletcher's successor as chairman of [ pauper, $7; Live Oak Brick & Supply -

, .1 to build\the a new school house conslldat- the State Democratic executive committee D. W Co., 8,000 brick for closet $72; Lights in any_part of the city furnished for

"-::. ;*\& the two above mentioned schools for Mr? Fletcher has stated Lord.. $17.78 Tedder; Town overpaid of to Wellborn G. B., Residence or Business Houses at very reasonable rate.
::(I Ifix into one.collector filed poll list for the that Le will rAlgn! that office when Fla., half road taxes on property Electric power-Day and night current for manufartur-

the committed hblds therein, 1906 roll, 31.65 First National
its next ; -
nth of October. Said report wasrtceived meeting.No ing .
p | blcn Bank, interest Sept., $94.67 purposes.Wholesale
date ha ;
and filed. set for
meetingof Live Oak Manufacturing Co., lumber and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe-
filed financial
. 'i R Lord report the commute
G. At
: the last meet- for road $1.02 G.
; B. Lord, com- vial attention and all orders filled.
'which was examined and approved. ing of the promptly
cctamittee the meeting ad- as treasurer, 16.29 J. W.

. .fcason*" Mr. made John application Williams to and the board Jesse journed, subject lo the call of the Draggers, drawing bridge Branford; We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and

chairman. Sept.. $10; J. C. Davis, 2 days and flooring.[ Come and
It l
I for the establishment of a new school w therefore, be necessary 66 miles get our prices.The"CHARTER".
on roads
$14,60; I. S.kderholt. .
leaf their locality. Said application for Mr. FIe her to call the com- road work. 3rd quarter,

Ji was deferred on account of the like mittee together fk such date as he $65.45; W. A. Tison, 9 days and 180

:-of fUnds. may see fit. miles on roads, $54; J. J. Dempsey

: Application for a third teacher at Mr. Fletcher said 5 days and 30 miles on roads $33;
...TFellborn was refused on account asked 1 I. L.
Burnett. 1 day and 10 miles on o D
when a'
*tjjlt no funds were available to pay the would meet that roads, $5; M. L. Burnett, 1 day as

'\olI1d: teacher. be had : and would not county commissioner, $4; J. C. Davis,

.; E. R. Wise Is appointed a committee make any commie of the meetIng 1 day and 22 miles as county commissioner -

,' of one to see Messrs. Wolfe and until : with members $6.20; J. H. Grant, 1 day

*";Cook, dealers in school book In this of the and 34 miles as cuonty commissioner -
county, and request them to put the committee and learned $7.40; W.A.. Tison. 1 day and

'' sev school books recently contracted their views as tl the time for hold- :14 miles as county commissioner ///Foi/ Idlf PUPai L0Jis

tor by said board in stock. Said ing the meeting! 6.40; J. J. Dempsey 1 day and 58

'J.;'* !books being the school books now in As W. J. BryU! of this city, is a miles as county commissioner,

:) wf la this Suwannee county but In member of the|Committee 9.80( ; John Anderson, reward on
'' -I cheaper binding and with less cost c:onvictldn Geo. Moore $50; W. W.

,t ,to the Citizens of the county. And in also a candldateifor the United States Hawkins, clerk's cost, 4 cases crIminal -

T..Ue event that neither of the gentlemen senatorship. hgf will also tender his court. $9.24 ; J. H. Rlckerson Gasoline Engint-n

would agree to put them in stock resignation to and feeding prisoners Sept, $106.40; J.H. a
,t Rickerson. sheriff's cost 4 cases, h Will furnish power At n trifling rot r .
mentioned on the back of
it the price there will be Another .
vacancy to fill. pirpo... No "'*. Ii'
rF rnjrifr
;Bald school books, that he is author- 124.15; R. O. Leggett. mileage as I t every rrqnfr .
Whenever thj committee Is called witness, State farmer ran utili/r 1 he "( h syMr" In A &"'
VI. Boatright $2
,-lIed by said board to try and find ; 1
"''' -So We hair them In hisses ,
ie ; ) am iMs
;'?another dealer who will agree to put together it is leved that the meet- Witneses criminal court Sept, $6.40. f ,, ,
We are the largest Wfer hi i'M* a -I
_/ them ia stock and sell at prices ing will be one j&f unusual interest,for 7, The 1907.Board adjourned until October ? can supply }our \\'ltntll M ft asrftsI trt h I

,4. weed upon by said board and Am- the chatrmansht) of tha committee is W. We also sell Marine Unp nmt Mftt W ft" "
TISON, Chairman.J. .
:Yin Book Company. Said
| person Supplies Pipe .
; ;
upon a an important office. W. BRYSON, Clerk.
: contracting to handle the school | for IIt'RutifuJ. illwMrMf #s 5t..,
It is certainly in office that requiresthe tZtrcfc** w mrr111Sa
.r looks of the cheaper edition to keep l'd 9

4 'at all .times a full line and sufficient Incumben; to perform an Immense ( van/jih News.)

_' umber of each kind to supply the amount (j of work, as Mr.
;i demand of the citizens of the county. Fletcher The governmei has spent and Is FLORIDA GAS ENGINE
,' and Ml} Arthur T. Williams,
.The following accounts were re- who preceded Mr. Fletcher as chair_ spending many mlf Ions of dollars for AND SUPPLY CO.
.cdved, examined approved and
the of [ water the
put ing
purpose on
: ordered paid from the county school amn can testlfr Mr. Williams was TAMPA n A
dry lands of the rest At Its next
.i:>find ehairman during the campaign four

.B?W-Helvenston, Insurance, $30: years ago. \ session Congress to be asked the

.. W.-.M., Timmerman, building schoolhouse It is'probably that the committeewill pertinent quests why should not ,

and tw<\ closets, $95: R. H. the governmen give material assistance -
:Warren, balance on school building also decide {when, it will meet t NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I time, as soon thereafter M pPllettP+st, -

,:.''at Sullivan, $40 First National again to decldt\ Upon the date for to the taxing of the water off CHARTER t shall elect a President, a ,'tce-1'st

'$aak. ,Interest $140.75; Mamie calling the primary election for the of the wet Ian\ s of the East and Notice is hereby give? that the I dent and a Secretary and 'rrMjII-,,'r

OUrer, teacher, three weeks, $22.50; nomination and state South There \4e tens of millionsof undersigned Incorporated will, after the last of which two offices may >e

,,-..,,8.,L. Robinson, repairs on school of federal candidates. of acres that could be made among four weeks publication of this notice, held by one and the same *T'IWn4

louse at Pinemount, $39.43; Live Some, of'the candidates ar the most fertile in]the world, In the apply to Honorable N. B. Broward, at such first annnal meeting U s
Oak Manufacturing Co., lumber for in favor of early primaries and some I Governor of the state of Florida for Board of Directors elected ** after

.Pleasant Hill school $21.11: C. J. favor putting off the primaries until lowlands of the Atlantic coastal plain, the Issue of Letters Patent Incorpor- said, shall adopt by-laws for the pa"

H}Johnson teacher, $25; E. E. Booker, late in the sumt\er. Four years ago ; needing only drainage to make them ating them as a body corporate under ernment of the affairs of said rte'

teacher, one week, $625; H. T. Tool available for cu Ivatlon. The drainage the corporate name of Brown-Thoma- poration, and until and before -t,. _
teacher, $40; Gifford Hall, teacher, the primaries were held in flay and engineers the Agricultural De- son Drug Company with the follow- first annual meeting, the bus} .- a:

fix weeks. $52.50; Gifford Hall, many favor hoi dip g them In that 91 ing proposed charter hereto attachedto businesses of said corporationsfeal]

teacher$40; Live Oak Publishing month for the prrent campaign. j partment have estimated that thereare this notice: be conducted by a President aTtegPresident -

Co., proceedings of board, $7.50; D. not less Clan 77.000,000 acres C. S. BROWN and a Secretary n4 xnas-

LHlgh, repairs at Friendship, $1.70; of swamp lands n the East and F. E. THOMASON, urer, and until said meeting : S

W.F. Farnell, brick for Pleasant lull Commissioners Proceedings.Live I South that can b\ reclaimed and W. H. JONES Brown, Live Oak Fla., shall bPrrx

school $3.05; J. L. Hopps, teacher Oak, Fla., Oct. I, 1907. V. GRANBURG, dent; P. E. Thomason, ? Lire t&S
made healthful
by] drainage. These
The Board of County Commission- W. L. ULMER.
HI; Mamie Jamerson, teacher $35; Fla., shall be Vice-Pre.1 em.U1 IS
I little V. Holloway teacher $30; ers of Suwannee County. Florida lands would give /orty-acre farm to Copy of Charter. I. Ulmer. Live Oak YJ. ... .' iuCi sat

Dora B. Hopps, .teacher $30; Adri met in regular monthly session and I 1,925,000 families of 10.000,000 Article 1. The name of this cor- Secretary and Treasurer andDttx
caled to order by its Chairman shall be BrownThomasonDrug
was poration
Ml Tison. teacher. $:!5; Franc persons. The area of the swamps the undersigned ine:orpum.WZ;: .
Present M. I. Burnett, J. C.I with its of business
: Company place
Sheffield, teacher 25; Victoria Gibson I available said wit C. S. Brown: F L htrsastx
for reclamation Is to be
Davis. J. H. Grant, W. A. Tison and : in the city of Live Oak, Florida,
teacher. $18 J. J. Dickinson W. L. t'lmer V. Grai v.l..
; +erg.&au
J. J. Dempsey. larger than that of the New England together with such other branch offices -
teacher $40; Kate Llddon, teacher Jones shall oompoae the Jam. ( b
Minutes of last meeting were read states York in said State or United State
ISO; Nellie E. Hughs, ten days, I plus w and the south Directors "

111.50; Victoria Ingram, teacher,, and approved. ern half of New Jersey. The reclaimed as may be determined upon by the Article 4 C.: Tbiu u* : -: g
I The Tax Collector filed poll Us Board of Directors of said corpora-
|58; Mamie Tison, teacher $40; for September with the Board. lands wonld be so rich it is estimated indebtedness or Uabillt' i.u '
Lve1yi! Alford teacher JennieWlekmore I tion.Article corporaUujj can at a*> t.Ia '
filed t they would produce
I, The County Judge reports o 2. The general nature of
five days, teacher, $10; i i lUelf shall In tweet ttt immirr r;.. a:
I Vot the business businesses to bo tran-
Claude license for September. crops worth less than $100 per or v.-
McKinney, teacher The capital stociat sat: ia .
$20; 3aL' '
The Treasurer filed wit! sacted by said corporation shall bo
County a
Ha1r Hardware Co., sundries, $4.58; acre a year; Hut they might be made paid in t yi I the Board his reports for September. general retail drug business Including -
*j B. Edwards, teacher, $100; VirCnla for available for ettlement and cultivation Arl1<<:I"Y Ti f vwt ja us :'
H. E. Delegal. road contractor the buying and selling for profit
:1. Lane Wlgfield. teacher, $70; Jessieteae first district tendered his resginatlon, for not more than $15 per acre I of all drugs chemicals, toilet articles, of dfonctoll Mild Qr the ..,Wot4f, 4s 1.ea Mrs,
teacher urysrsU *
$65 Clara
her. ?$65 ; Hall and the same was accepted by the and sold th/ settlers for $5 or $10< I and each and every other goads C. 8 HrCl"1I .
; Myrtha T. Wilson, .t.: fi.
1 teacher Board. Commissioner Burnett being than wares and merchandise usually -
$50; Katherine'Boulware.. more pat sum. twenty shares
ttteher, $50; Margaret M. Wertz, instructed to have the roads of Florida If ads the country with 30,- ried in a business of like character K K 1'\. teacher said district worked during the remainder to maintain and operate for profit a
twenty ahlww -
{ ; Lucile Humphreys, 000 square miles of reclaimable
teacher, $50 Ida of this year. wholesale drug business includingthe W M JWiIW., f., JI'i!
; Penny, teacher caVble :t :>
Commissioner Davis was appointeto of high develop-
swamps manufacture
ISO; Berdie Fields of drugs and chemicals Ida, ll/flj' .tsr
teacher, $50
&l1ie Anderson, teacher, $50; Corrie; secure right of way for Peacock.Live Oak l ment. Louisiana comes next with and all other article Incident V (;...\\MI, :rsQ.t .....
and Peacock near said business to maintain
YcCltaton, teacher $70 Nettie 15,000 squar miles followed by Mis ; and illite-f' warty sh5rsbrw
Witon ; Commissioner Dempsey was at- ate for profit a retail and wbolwwli
teacher, $50; J. E. Wood, pointed to secure right of way from sissippl with !9.000 square miles mercantile establishment tngaitluj I t i. 1)t....isg.
pipertntendent w.wsy ahatcsiri4Mtr
$100; E. R. Wise, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Fober Mr. Lee. therein in the buYing manufacturing
board >
/ fh.s'.s
of $5 i sc4uu
R. H. Carver
ember of board, ; Clerk was ordered to notify Con Georgia Ar ansas, New York. New and sale of all classes of comiiio $7.20 A. D. Puter-
; Bridge Co. that the Branfor incident to said business to
<< >, verse Jersey Pennsylvania and two or ; buy
j" of board 80 J.
; bridge was out of adjustment.The own, rent or otherwise use l Jla-
ui < ranr f' IM ,....
nods h.
I 4 balance due on June month, three other of the Eastern and
!I! G. B. Roanoke Bridge Co. was Mates pose of real estate, hou..,g ant ,Jot W L J' .

//10.71: R. H. Carver Lord, commissions, awarded the contract for building Southern se have swamp areas and timber lands; to enjoy all fps, + f"faW", J, .. _

ap June balance due i steel bridge over Rocky Creek. Inviting development and promising benefits, privileges right aid frit*. I II ert1. sd+ _
month, new law, $6; M. E. signed by L. B. Fudge chises the law rytw $
fps. Petition even better returns than the artificial- guaranteed by house painting Sullivan school I IU and others asking to be allowed to I State of Florida III the cub.Uct rf e a.n4 ,r., :41 i1's .. ....iiif'I"
: $11.25 ly irrigated binds of the West.
; Idanz.Ing- ; J. E. Wood postage change the public road at Mrs. Emm.Anderson's .u the aforesaid buslnena I II j '''' Wtr"'" j J,..t .IiJIttt.

X11 school Obar painting Pleasant place. was granted without It is true that the federal govern Article 3. The aiuoithl of lit,.; ....., .4t > ViI.

tu house and closets $13; expense to the county.Petition ment owns relatively a email proportion I capital stock of salil rorM>rallMii abalj <, ,.. ..,....,.

i''U, eo lacHm. teacher $35.-Total, asking that the road from of these ands in the East and be Ten Thousand InNlrrr t $ lYttllt). .h W .. ...!,""' -

Nobles' Ferry to Suwannee Stationbe consisting of out lmn South but
tie government I
Special Tax School Itistricts.kor. declared public, was laid over for 11' I which said shares IIh"U'* aft JIIfI -..
5 thirty daysPetition is owner of dnly a part of the lands value of one hundred -L.
!hdntais! B. Edwards, teacher asking for change in UveOak that it is irrigating in the West. It I per share, and said <.aplul nitwit MIA/ .

&ak Interest$87.35 First Xatioultuth. and O'Brien public road laid I charges toltt for water rights in tit e1"[ be paid for in cash 'ft"fC '" <
$23.74 ; I.. U Ed"r ;
Janitor over for thirty days. West; it mLht charge reasonable labor and services, all tat wicA ass. .- ," .I1r'3
$30 L. Ed- '
B. Dele-
.u" ; Pension claims of Henry 1r
be approved in value .
by ihp
ement $75; J. L. Hopps' I Redding Fairelotu j tolls for dniiiage in the South until ; gytsr4 "joO" "'" ..
der gal J.I.. Rollins. : Directors; said capital .l,,cj pr. i.-' I ... .ii... :
| .
supplement $5 J. L. y JfIIJJ, ..'." .,...
'Pair : ; Hopps John H. Purvis were approved the cost of tie improvement had been JI1"': ", ...
t s. 19.50 W and increased In the <||"'srsiau| >,( p,,;lJ ,- ..lW
; F.
ne Farnell, one and signed by the Board. I wiped out. lAt all events the matter:'1 corporation In the ,toss irf '\ *".'.'I ,I.. ; 4
t SI and brick, $6.65.Total I G. T. Meeks was .
ha7 of
Notary Bond five Thousand Dollar .
will be p ted to and threshed out i |>H IJlJtJ I"" J" }';If.
i approved and signed. i per cent of b'b en 14 l"I1II..' *' .
0v S- bthe next es ion of CongressDoctor ? ; '
: JUaaon Wellborn District.-J. J. The following claims against the shall be raid lu to Mi4 CIO''J,01., I.. )( ::
: : fie supplement, $45. county were approved and ordered I tore th' issuance of l.&l tints S'? '>.J. s

,,5.-o'Brien. it. paid: Te Its Jfedki+ 1! Article f. Tu .
"Id".,.,.. C. Daughtr y. > tests I' > ?
desks. ) ;0 J. X- Meeks. commission ,
$ $ :
10 Paupers. his .
corporation u l valet ':
L0T collections $8.14;; J. S. Mrs. New that sot ?
-Branford. Mrs. W.G.. on : ninety-nia years
i ,, and '
surd road work. August tie of medic you ft for baby ih s
teacher Parker, Article 6 Tnmt'ftinn st .
one month $50; district. I2- 'sryiry '. / "
-' eel n. incidentals $1.90.-- September second all gone. of tau str Ides,,4AUMt J '4 :

z:. $" .90. j. F. Williams. road S.work.Parker.Sept.balance. 4 Doctor-I le' I told ou to I: corporation shall 1191 fair,! u '"J ,r'i
.. district. $45.4.J; of the 1f
v' I Company lu lase t
.. }133.t ur1ington.-Lura. Go P!r. on cutting storm log, $15.03; CIty give him a te ul once aa hour on Tuesday attar I 11i, sr y II.tJ..J, '

lIat Waterworks 4th quarter water rent January of erb I -., .rV. $ ,1"/'\
I and mothereach W
S.-lIidway -0 II. S. Har- "Yes; but n a
Ml. $ :
.-J. W. O'Hara, and j
said stock holder. !
er sirsstt4/ .. ,
; Leh '$0. rell' super visor of registration, Sept.. and the nuteaspoonful have t take a of Director, m,| itll-.of I :

being no further business. $lU: Clark & Knowles. half cost of in or to induce I I matters an shall ."r,.' ,J' ; ,
adjourned to meet the first well in courthouse yard. $75; i fore said au Itkol fUMj,4't/ 'L, '\ '
1 la lights Sept., Tel
Co. '
Manufacturing baby to I' ,
'. December A. D. 1907. oak aembled. an! lln$ H>*ti ,j V; ,*
J. W. Boson auditor. Sept.tO +, M*,1
I. "OODE. R. W'ISE. Chairman. I $1065: costs as clerk. gram elected ly sail 5L.,1 *. f
r; W. Hawkins)
\, I and Sec'y. $ ; W. i -#/

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not 'uch of -f-
STORKS 1SVT CERT.US.Editor and quite so/ a ....
Storrs, of j the DeFuniak wind talker, he -auld avoid some '

every Afternoon :. Breeze, has been tnlng his time to startling errorsAnd this same
Except Sunday. declare himsel fa the matter of his Watson in the/ ame interview dis- ConfidenceBegets 1.
crediting Mr. Brian's remedy which
I --J gubernatorial andidacy suggested by
the Pensacola Jcfcjnal some weeks has been endo ed in whole or part
CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and l1''r.i I
Vest mindsin
ago and in the las&issue of his paper : by some of the Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for
i he has a deliverance on the subject I the country, h\s the nerve to renew l '
the ardor with which we are pushing f
entered at the rostoffice. Live Oak his ancient fijit money yawp by .
which indicates tat he Is jet in a
Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter -
, I November 7, 1905. state of indecisi/i on the question. saying:
Apparently he U not hopeful, but he "I will earnes /y press upon the The

THE L1YE OAK PUBLISHING;( COMPANY. neither accept/nor declines and he president the d /ger of an asset cur- Bank"1

may jet have/0 be reckoned with as rency to be issifed by the national
will him to recom- i( Every safeguard is thrown around
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT be a candidate f*r Governor of Florida.He banks, and urge

, mailed to any part of the United talks aboLt the matter with his mend to congr ss an act amending s. They are frequently inspected by agents of -

States, pastage prepaid, for $3.00 characteristic Vlalnness and force, the act of 183< authorizing the troller of Currency, and are called on to make I '

per year; $2.50 for six months; and what he s's Is entitled to re- issuance of at I ast one billion dollars l sworn statements to him five times each year, hence
J $1.25 for three months, or 50 cents production by Vis contemporaries.From of greenbac ." L
under the supervision of the Nation
1 they are direct
for five weeks, in advance. Delivered his article \e take the following Watson is evid ntly getting in line J ;
to any part of the city, by : for that Populis nomination for 1 al Government, and its the staongest on earth 11 '.
carrier, for 10 cents per week.
"Mr. Storrs ne br has believed, and President he hea d about the other I Safest Banking .1! ,1

does not believe/now, that any man day, and as a pr liminary step he Best Methods !
The real and personal property of has a right to bfe a candidate for the feels it necessary to affront the leader i Lt

Tampa is ass*! e this year at office of Goveahor of Florida, or for of the Democ tic party whom he I ;kl' for Up-to-date Service, r j

$$13,448.416, Ich is consider- any other office, for that matter, of would have to pose in the campaign Liberal Treatment. -
ably more th a llion dollars increase his inil I Conservative Methods.
own ti\"e. He believes emphatically next )'ear. 'hink of Tom Wat- I '

overt aste Good forTampa in/the doctrine of the office son lecturing \\illifim J. Bryan as not

seeking the man, to that extent, at being a serious student of public !I Always! use the National Banks. They have prsI -

least, that there shall be a desire expressed questions! ]I pered in greater numbers than all other banking Int\ ..

Gen Gilchrfct, Itojf. Jeff. Browne by tlS people that he shall stitutions. it .'. .
and Attorney cNnm! Ellis, all can become a sand ate. When that de- Watch 1
The Louise Courier-Journal us grow, our profits are now as large as
didates for prumratnt State offices sire has been expressed to that extent I
agrees with the mes that If Roosevelt our capital was at our beginning. F
express then ?ehe'5rs\rongly in favor that an annOl cement is justified, .
V himself
should far rget and
of earlytn.aties nexSoear. By ill then the man o es it to those people so '
the proprieties ant the traditions as
meanaA et us not needlessly prolong and to the peuple at large to let his t fIRST NATIONAL BANK
to accept a ntmiration for another it
the the
agony. position 'up questions at issue
term, within a year after the elec- ,
become knoirn. that the voters may
t tion he would [be forgotten and
Yesterday w>Is doub ess the hap- have a pro/er knowledge to enable addition Live Oak Florida. I
Ignored-in to being the !
Thanksgiving them to cast their ,
piest Day Editor Car- votes intelligently I.
worst beaten man t\at ever made the
ter, of the Jacks yule Metropolis, i for him or for such other candidate I

ever spent, for i ma 'ed his restora- I as bettersuits, their idea of fitness for race.-Tampa Time -$-$_ $_$--$-$-$_ .._*-t -$-$----$-$-$-$-$-$-

tion to healUr.., after a iong and dan- the posi on. Mr Storrs has no apologies -
gerous ill ss. His thanksgiving. to ,rake for having been a Populist Editor Harris, of the Ocala Banner

was of y perfunctory nature. As>such he stood for-thoe very registers a vigorous'kick because the VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT f.

J things in ':State politics which have Tallahassee Sun refers to him as

Mr, Bryan says that U he is nominated since beep enacted, some of them, at I "aged" while hiy esteemed contemporary DOWLING PARK

for President, be wants no national least, into law under the influences I Editor Dlttlnger, of the Star: 'I

committee tpMirect the cam set at work by the Populist party.In is put into the middle-aged class. .
paign not any rtXpalgn fund collected. N'atio al politics he stood for Let us comment! to Brother Harris -WAT DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE' RIVER" :

Thfefe"lfc dWightful suggestion those pri iciples upon which Bryan the recent expression of Andrew
Hotel and
of Jeffer ojrfaa ilnnHMty in that Idea, has twic ,been a candidate for President Carnegie on his seventieth birthday: Cottages j jHOT

but tar it wtm'tS&ork in these an f which make Roosevelt thepopular "Hale and heart Andrew Carnegie
degenerate Republican days. #d today-they are practically stood beside his table on his seventieth WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH
III tical Ills position on birthday and/declared man who .:I
We note a dispatch sent out by the most que t ons which will be issuesIn conserves his mental and physical RATES REASONABLE if MILES FROM LIVE OAK.ON LIVEOAKPERHY -1
United Press which states that Jef- the c< mlng campaign are fairly strength is mor useful at seventy I *GULF. CONNECTION LIVE OAK WITH AllTMItt )

ferson DaviiL nephew of he deceased well lie has strong viewson years of age tha\ at forty He said
ex-Presldent\f the Southern.) Confederacy which never have the world grows utter with age and ADDRESS PARK HOTEL. DOWLING rfl. KI FLOf IDfl. LIVE OAK :

is th% ney senator from been knOln. in this State, such as man grows better grows older."

Arkansas to be\ orn in next Monday State and local taxa- .
tion, pension law, compulsory jf+** H- H tin 1 1 ii iIHH.. tt 1 !+020+.;.+II 11111 tt
The maximum amount misinformation It is a rare and gratifying compliment -1 11111,1
lhe education, good roads, child
iii< minimum amount of :
labor law i and like matters, which to Governor Broward, and to ; : 1907 I THE 1907 : :
The (1'
new senator from
space Florida also, that he bas been elected :.
Arkans is named Jeffri .Davis, and any one who\ cares to know may find president of the National; Drainage I

be is got the nephew nor ktysman in out by the Asking. To sum It up, Commission h has' ust concludedits Crescent Pharmacy I I
while the ki dly expressions of the ,
of the Confederate
any way president -
session at Baltimore! There were f "" ..
press are appreciated to the fullest 1
many distinguished men from various '
extent, not jet been that ex- hnion ,
parts of the m attendance
Gainesville pression th/t would justify him t
The an
city directory of for and the selectioi ot*< iovernoip-'Bro-I
1907-8 gY\es the present/population becoming qji announced candidatefor ward front among so many Js a deserved ;: The Prescription Drug Store. "
ol the portion of governor, and, to '
CainesviHp as 7,33aof' which tribute tp a man J"no is uu- I I
3,900 are whites and 3,435 are negroes quote again from the Breeze of doubtedlghclas r expert ondrainage : I "I-

In 1905,> uC population was August 1st, the conditions are not I ana has gLj n the subject I I )
such that the probability of his becoming
estimated by th rector at 5,254. : in Its large aspec profound study I Ire :I: ---
Gainesville ha?, induwl, had a re- a candidate is interferingwith I \ hope that\t new president of I.. I

markable g p with in tW past two his plans for go'g fishing. :| the Commission may be able to en- i:+i: It makes ll
, Sears, and we congratula her. Live list the aid uf the Government in i+ tt heN> fet'euce tt bo.-e
! Oak is net at all jealous, far she has Tom Watson steadily enlarging I draining our vast swamp areas in :i:I: 1ank your d
been doing things in that Ihie also his gall tom the emergencies of Florida The job is too big for the of- writes jour w \uitt'1\lour '

! and doubtless she still leads amongtl.e the approachinV campaign, In an : State :i pre!criptiuu UII ; .v'i III't.ot'rilltion 01

interior cities. interview In the tlanta Constitution I I \\t't'anfill tluiiiorrutlj. i f .
fill them
\ve ------ of )'esterda ',he s; sin ridiculing Ir.r'ao's I (' : I'
A certain wom/n joined "The i (1trrt'.tly.l
Governor Blanchard, Louisiana, suggesti n or a government 1 ;
'I Don't \\orry Cli6," und then worriedhrstlf I i
has suit word to every U?wift in that guarantee of de osits In national

State td..lie/in at once/a strict enforcemenmjf banks by impost tg a small tax: "If nearb/Hto deaf\. about the : "I'" i

\ the :tagrancj law he were more a serious student payment oIt/er dues 1 t i iA

That's JOT elegant /iiessage for every I ii

G err r in tim South to send out.e +++++H-***++++++++++++++.++. +++++.jH-*++++++ifl i+ i Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at

agrant prelS'm is theery + :t :+I: Reasonable Prices. rf. ::

" t peny tha confronts the i Clearing House :t I et us liD your prrscnptiona and en i
mpfewgx S.i
your drug store articles We a c
/ Sta/es line of frsh and reliable .
S thorn today. \ rime lu f l'\.octJ l Bring us>ourirescriotiona U,alL W. fill tKm ran :
it\nd -. ) at Ivwest pr&ce.L Phone us your order prompt an.I reliable t entiuIo ". 1
lurks in if I
I fldon't measure solye it that crime will over w ': :i: IQUONE 220 '
whelm us in a few years more. Our i I GOOD F II J The Crescent Pharmacy I

financial ills are paltry in comparison!I + .
with this question of vagrancy and LIVE '

crime. I I := < ; I.
I i P. S. Use
We wish to announce to friends i: 'rkkhcr's66"forChH''!> and Peter. No Lure. No Pa>.
our customers -
Short Tams I... the Thne>>-l mon, + =:
Tokes the best /bought of the press !i and to the public in general, that we t : .++++++++++++++ ++, ++++++++++++ ++++++++++ f ;

and people of Vlorida on the subjectin .
the follow In then : ; t will be glad to accept t :
"\\ men We advocating what i i LIYE OAK CLEARING( HOUSE i iFARTY 1
they would like 0 ptrsuade the rest 1 TICK I KMti.

of the world isjti truly righteous I + -- i

cause why do t/ie} so often become I Ii id I ; :

i splenetic over /* Is there any real i\ ., alive Oak to Dovvl nS Park on sale daily +I f 1

connection between goodness and the i at their full face value on purchases of any 1 1i "*-+i++x+ at rate of 50 cents round trip with ++. r t: ::

Are Ve not also all Ao"I"; 40 t :
spleen proneto
mistake the fleets of an engorged goods at our store. and in settlement of any i I ri+++++H of ten fares. Call on ".,....$I& ::
(t Agent pfone "
liver for spiritu\lity? It does seem ':;: In fact millN.JI.t :! i
account. anxious .
we are to receive : 4'++ H 11 "II+4. further information. U+ .44
I to work on son/ Florida editors that p+++'Jo+ i

way, especial t-the end of the long i.t them. t .t!<.' .

summer when he liver is most likely -

to be disord red. Come, let us ah .%>> H. A. J H+i> ,.H+;.$-""' $-" J ,, ..,.,. ,-! y4tI4tvi l

-I concede that t. Aerate argument is f Suwannee Hardware Company I.f fLIVE SELL ISOTHIMG EXCEPT

better than ante operate denunciation,
and that the m 1 who differs in opfn-I Accident Insurance.

ion from our. lees mate ly, !n'I ; OAK FLORIDA. t Annual. Seci-AnnwJ. Quarterly or Mon hl> Prtm .,n ,:

his own e&tin tion at least, if not PITTS & McEWEN, General Agents, LIVE: OAK, fL\. I 1.

in fact, have s'heretical' lid foundation for his 1 P. SWe need few
,1,11.1 a more rood ,
Agents in N"r:h F d.1. i= 1 IC IM
: bell fs. ++++++++++++++++++++++++." Hi'' "'i #v..W. A :
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rt ti ; LICE OAK DILLY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY, iOCEiBE1i 29.--, 19M'r ... ;.
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c : 11k444n1 .i'ntj.
iH 11111 m 111 n i 11 it i 11 m 111111 m imyf

tirThe Helvenston Insurance .

Agenc ; ..

{:the' last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly $700,000.00, and has paid out during 1907 $100,0 i '"

ifi*.. All other insurance agents together have paid practically nothing. This tells the story. ; It i 11

3. I I I 11 11 111111< 11 M M 11 H i 1 i II III I I 111 111 11 H i 111 M 11''I* tvt. 2 f

C. W. Irvte Burned this afternoon I ..
Geo. Sherwovd ajnd W. A. Cook re- F;;
1 I; I "iB
iDPERSONAlS from Invacaess, where he spent turned last nig\ /from a two days' .Por Salo j
Thanksgiving \ i
hunting and fisbjhg trip to the tbast. I HAVE YOUNOTICED J
They report ha 'In\,had uel.ghtful:
Joe Baisden went ------ THE
WD-THEY GO. to Jacksonville time and plenty of fffcb and game. -
hi&.mornlng to b)ve his eyes treatedby We offer I 1
; _- / at a bargain, SANITOLADVERTISING :
a specialist. -
Thos. K. Bdles, of the Industrial
*ijTe "Oak a.td Suwannee six room cottage with
Department of the Seaboard Air Line I AND OFFER IN THE 3 J :
by the S. A. y called I modern 3
.Gathered to Mpdison Railway with nwlent headquarters conveniences, on
a- geporter. yesterday to scowls mother who Is In this city returned yesterday froma I south Ohio avenue. Most I>g LADIES': HONE JOURNAL

seriously Ill. trip to BJfm ham Ala. Mr. I p WOMAN'S IKX1E COMPANION!
dcsir bl residence section
= ,
to Madison this Bates 1
j ent reports business there as hust- SATURDAY EVENING' POST
Messrs. Privet(.)hitfield and Stacy ling. of the city. If you .area!i i II| COLLIER' D1 DCLINEarOR. |
Baisden were at ong the Thanksgiv-
contemplating purchasing i!
Moor Alton, was In Ing bird hunters Geo. E. Porter Jr returned last
i night from Madison; where he had a home in Live Oak come I{ H 10 SANITOIPRODUCTS $1.00 f

g; A party of young'people went out ,been to spend VhXiay with his wife up to our office and let !

f) 'peicock, Dtt fayo, spent yes- to Suwannee Springs yesterday at and baby who '&re there with rela us show this place. g
IB Lire o k target shooting\d kodaking. tives. We an/gl lld to state that :\Irs.Porter.s you. Fill in one of the coupons from |
LA r above Journals with our name as |
health Improving steadily.F. I Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL
' ". ujted for two. Private Mrs. D. E. Horn and children went LABORATORY, with One Dollar.
Deterred. Write Box 414. tf down to Branfor esterday to spend W. Kirkland' 'diviston freight mw [ lW CO.i .i.iI .iI i :z They will send you an order on
g us for the ten products. (Retail
Thanksgiving yft\ friends They will agent and H. \1 Preston, traveling value $2.70.)
; 011% orVsfellborn, was In the return this afternoon.D. freight! agent orAhe Atlantic CoastLine !I

ID III.'Y both o/Ja\ksonvllle, were in I
.n. W. Ross. o< the Rossburg neighborhood the city WecinesdaV, attending to I Lewiu Building, Room 3. i I i

ifoble Pine Mount, Is In was a wisitor in the city railroad business.Mr. Phone No. 44. I II Suwannee
* -tradin day. this morning and made the Democrata :
call. Bonnell has returned :
or 'Perry, spent from Jasper where he went Tuesday : The Woman's Club. i' Drug Company
i cltjr- P. H. Rolf err of the Govern- to see his sistervMre. Annie Jackson, The Woman's Club wllf>meet on I i

. ment Experiment Station at Gainesville who was serious 111. We regret to' Saturday afternoon at,t free o'clock.
easing theVty learn that Mr/Jackson did not subject i I :i n 'I q I ::1111 I I""
laloa Pr Club neat was In yesterday for a re- : The for thU meeting Is: : Ii iiil
oa ihort notice. Phone 222 ltfB while. cover. She died Tuesday and was "Household cono es." i!

Ixt j --_ -' i buried In Jasper Wednesday morn- Program: !IIIIIII t 111111111111111111 tII

t* Brock\We up this morning Miss Lizzie Taylor, daughter of W. ing. I "Milk and It roducts." by Mrs.
ycAtpin d bustness.p II. Taylor a Vpromlnent tobacco Carter. II iJ.D.RADFORDJEWELRY
1C -"- grower of Quincy. is the guest of Miss The following young people at-I "AdulterayGn of\Food," by Mrs.B. .
|l DeBertT/of Tallahassee. Is Louise Creech, of this city. tended a danceVat the Opera House W. Helvtnston.Generaydiscussion.
jt ol the 2hel today. Wednesday night: Misses Thomason \d by Mrs. R. i .7
j f_ Mr. Morgan the popular salesman Grubb ChandPr'Porter., Taylor P.Ilopk/s. ,
,jeer WlngL4 and Grant spent for the Suwan 'a Drug Co. spent Randell and } oor \ Messrs. Gardner Currant events by the embers.
? is the
I to
ag IiVe fields. Thanksgiving 'with. his home folksIn Bardin. Butter. Grubb, Pitts Lelsz, Host sses: Mrs Carroll and Mrs place buyI
Adel. Ga. Hair and mall. Mr\and Mrs. Jack Helvenston. I I your wedding and

T W.P SC/ell, of Perry, wasof Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bras- MRS. H.E.. CARTER. I holiday presents. A

{ the Edifl yesterday, Miss Annie\Grvbb spent Thanks- well acted as chaperons. Corresponding Secretary. : new and beautiful f

., giving, with her parents here. She Electric Light Notice I' a line of giftgiving.., e
LKri t J. Jtelpia' returned from ato will return toy her school at Lura- Among the great number of hunt- goods are now being y .
;. On the first of December the Live I +
Jaspers morning. vllle Monday.M. Ing parties\ ho spent yesterday In :
Oak Manufacturing Company will be opened. Every
'' the woods, afire p
thqre some big re-
compelled to put meters on the resi- thing suitable for a
*B, JackioriUBf Norwood, waln F. Par llyJ. C. Parnell andY. cords established for fine shooting I :I
dences because of the fact that so handsome tl
l is ryrae on business O. Brown Wyte among the many but up to the(fm* of going to their I present.
residences are leaving
Live Oaic veo/{e pho went hunting none hate,yet reached us pre-ts'l many i Prices are reasonable -
all night and there will not
lights on
-I. E. Pain and Herbert Wolfe yesterday.The proaches hat made\r Mr. McElveen.The be sufficient current for the additional ,, := and quality is : li
tTpartk v g bird hunting. revolt oMiis had daj's hunt is lights required by the new hotel :I: guaranteed. Please if
of the as follows: one didanner, one snipe! ,
t county organisation
do the favor of
: and other new buildings :f; me :t
, :. 1enn r I; of Dowling Park, Farmers' Union wfU Meet next Wednesday one quail two doves one rabbit one --- getting be
: prices t
+u i I Writer U\he city yesterday. at Oak 0eight mils bird and one joree.A. I II i, Messrs. King, Gill and McDonald, my +
fore make
from Live Oak. V I i composing th ollice foe of the :1!: you an

H. Palm /came up yesterday D. Hemming was up from Fen- I Southern Expivys Coyftt this place, .t orer.
i Lake CitAo spend Thanksglv4V Oscar Dixon tr>qt Nelson Frank hollow}' Sprutgs yesterday to wendThanksgiUngitljhi8 I have all resigned Vhejf positions here, ; i
Sperring, Albert agan and Ernest familyj\ He and have gone to Oftinesville.! These -:.0'i -
A McArthur composeJ one of the many reports that 1:1: \ Mr. Quattlebauta I gentlemen MV ere yfl 'I')" popular here +. +
tMarvin e was in Lake City hunting parties )"esh rda}'. \'ange-lIsym Uev. .\. L, Woodward and Live Oak Will be oathe to lose +

)l rfd flays this\week. visiting hisltre1tL ---- are cunJuctii\g a revival meeting I them. Mr. Klfg prefer d Gainesville J. D. RADFuRD .
M. B. Hall, W Branford, was in tht"re.f-'hieh is\,etog largely attt'ndt'lt on acuTjunt of its beiW his oM + e
the city this mo yflg' and stated that Also that there will he anassociation !I' home1. J. G. Hodges fLake + + t r

I ;'" R. ,LandVn.yof Lancaster. IsM8 the Union WajAouse at Branfordwas of teachers of this section 'I City, hasr accepted the agency here. i LIVE OAK, f LA.HHHMm I
$ 'the budftess visitors In the completa.1 an\ that cotton was there tomorrow at which Supt Hollow M. A. Adams and 11.1.. Bailey will

dQ today,_ fast being stored a\vay av will preside constitute the new office force. n 111 m i++H-.Jo.. l
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1-'"j"---nn-iH Hiliilii"-""Ii'"-j."!,!"-i..4"-.."--+1I1J 4S!!+.!.!"!, ,! ..::;__n"-... -'::r "J"-'-----_-__"_"__nn",,_.!_,!! !'!!!::!""_--.--- ....:: ':::: ;; !::' iP:::: i Beautiful Line = j

; BUy Your Thanksgiving Linen Now I New hand-painted China suitable i "

; for wedding and Christmas pres- .

: .:AT THE LADIES' EMPORIUM.Jj/ I It Jj dress ents.Skirt goods?. chilnden's and laces ooats a specialty., hats; ( .1 ,,

.. Standard '
-- --- patterns, fashion t
AT REDUCED PRICES. sheets given away each month. ;: ,' '
f. SELECT THEM NOW Ul Ladies' and children's under- .. IIJ
lIt isn't a bit too early, especially when worthy linens like Ten dozen 12 1-2: cent towels at 9 cents. Twenty- ; wear. New line corsets.

rl l } these can be had at unusually low prices Those five cent to thirty-five cent linen and both towels at I9c."SHEETS ....MRS.. ..._C...W._ BACHE.. ,-Prop.-_ g liJ
.! who will be the first '- a 10
::' know our linen bargains of the past
to profit by this opportunity. D

.$1-50 grade pure Irish linen table damask $1.35. $1.25 81x90 best quality sheets at Sc. 10 q'.I:rtr sheeting, fi ', HAVE YOUR

I \quality reduced to 98 cents. $1.00 grade marked down best grade 33:. pr yard. 10 quarter unoicached sheeting g jj-jj i ill

to 85 cents. Mercerized table damask worth 60 cents 25c. per yard. 45x36 best Billow cases 15c. Hem- : !i '

"I -reduced to 48 cents. All linen napkins rdudabout 20 istiched pillow cases 25:. .. N picture frames : \ir :'
----- '-- ilf.tQ
f. Per cent. Prices from $1.25 to $3.75 a dozen; values upends f j
:; $5.00. LACE CURTAINS AND SPREADS il made before the i '
}gill four yards Are underprieed. We will not quote prices. See the* I I.I
of Irish linen table damask, two to rush of the Holidays. j j'
t.1bls.f .
J>.I kngths worth a dollar per yarJ at 60 cents. display .ft .


Every Display Table will Contain Special Values for the Ladies. I II ,



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,de arg'a eople. to be will millicn-good eat Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co. FLORIDA RAILWAY:

Time Table 001:
.red,that therehampagne No. 20

t .p. 'RecordHer in- The Mineral Springs Route. Taking#Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 1201 A. M,iflf' '

DOWH.Dmily cmnaAL TOIL
Atterno ZIIi Cl&1I laST CLASS i nXST CLASS I lad Class
every tas Sick. M'IIEIULE
No. S
j Except Sunday /says he always was I FrtFrt EFFE'E11'E: I -- I Frt 1fis &t. Mail .
I and I and ot7. 2 i 190. I and I STATIONS.
1\ -- J ..1 with a cough that PUll Pass paaalpauh= rnss Pass alt.Dd, ., .. Except Expr..

i: W 1RVIN. Editointer-what would you 3 I7 1J 1212 14t16 I P4M1$P8M Sunday Daily. DaiIr'
CHAS. should say-he never was A'M, A.M P.M P.M P.M !A.M A.M A.M P.MI_ 700 a ml 4 30 p m?Lv-, lava "
STATIONS 120 a mi. 44 p m Lv Oak.h'e"
roT? useInS Ballard's Horn Daly ex 1 co a n 4 5* p m,Lve .._ :
Sun Sun D Sun :
at the Daily ex ex Sun ID ell: Daly Sun i ..,.
Entered Sandal 7 oe a m 6 08 p m Lv. Kirkland.1.J .... .,,-L..11I
r Florida., as Seco' Syrup. Such a man exists., Sunday only only Sun only : Bun ly only only Ar Ar a m 519 *m':Ar-_._Wilmarth.,,.._.. .-1.:1: .11.'
\ovembE'r.J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado. Lve Lve Lve Le Lee Lverxx I Ark I 1000 a m 5 20 pm L. Wtbnarth._ ---b. 157:
lef. I L. .Suwannee River_.... .._ Y
" ( es: "For I was troubled 71511: 10 9 130 4 15. .....live Oak.._........ 101 1150 535; S 50' 335 10e 1011 a r.l 624 Pta -Norwood-- ........, I R.
years 8 051130 I 92' 14' C I.............. tarr....... ..... ,, 95111 30 517 325 10S a a ml Ii 530.m1Lv 401 mAr., _...._........Mayo.... --- Lv. .os
TUP OHK'th a severe cough that would last 810+1135' 925 152 Cr1 I .......... eer....... .... 9 46 1125 s IzI SO i 11 15 a 4Z m,Lv_..... -Mayo L" III,
11VE p --
e151141)! II 2iJ 65 C i I '..........Mee ...... .......; 54311 = 509i315 S 1I 1128 IDI' 4t pmlLy Eaft! Ped _.,_--\1.. .34' tliff.rE
.L1I Winter. This cough left me In a 83011 3S ZOO 450 I .......-Lancuter......... 9Z1112 5 l'O 30 3 10 11 35 a a m! ( 5! p m,LT.C _r ......_...Salt Road.__ ._,,. .. L.1.v j
THE miserable condition. I tried Bal'i' .... ..... 00 1200 m 10 p m ._.__. _, .. I .a
t. 8 &12 501' 48 5 100: S C/O S rot Do.-linc Park 9 25110511 5.1 : 451 I 110 PIII17pmL., ..Charlton.1220 ..._._._?Lr v !.Kl,t seed.Is6usa
mailed' lard's Horehound Syrup and hare not 85&12 i ......._Chan ,. ........1 Z 35. Z 1: I LT .Keene .
27 -
52 30 << l' 10 .oS 11 4 p III p m -----'--- L. 14,
8 55 2010 00 Z'" 504 .....Mayo Junction......: 135, Z 30' 2 35 123e p < 39 pmLv.' .. ._ ..-Fenbolbway.,.,., -.L. .
Statr' had a sick day since. That's what ito U S 10 9 0(1 Ie 5011
t. Z 11 S U ..............Day............... 22b i 1250 pm'm1 43 p m.LT.C _Dfonmark--L. .116.a
I" did for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug 91',2 3 5a 00 5 515 20 ,I........... ...S.Io..... ...... 8 305154.5:810 39 I Z 1': 100m 60 p m AT... ..._. .. ._ --J>ert7_.__ -.---L. 131 3t::. .
,.. ......Townsend.. ...... Z 111 .
Co. nov-dw 9 923j 4 306 525 ..............Smith.. .. .. .. tI 8 S 1014 1032 I 151,; I oti
S:3 543 .. .....' 31 Luraville Branch '
9 57 Fenholl wa, 1 ', [ tie
10201 a 4 41 6 617 01 .....-..... _Perry..............; S 800 J4 '940 5;; 120 F ,
If President Roosevelt had asked 10 C I5 Ii ... Hampton Sprinas...' 1 4S 9 2S 1 00MAYO Between Lnraville and Wilmarth. 6

; Uncle Remus about that third term, Wwt I 1101of
what would the old gentleman have AND 8 30 am'LT-' _W860amAr 1

said? "Bre'r b'ar he jes' went to 'P.M'A.M: 1 ,P.M A'MfP'M P.MILyetLye ..._....-.-Luravlll' -' _. __ ... .... ?)
the crick one tithe. too often.- I I Lyel\ Ar Ar Ar 6
Alton Branch
112 20 S 10, ......Mayo Junet.on..... 113+ 435 235
Chattanooga Times. -
-1------1 1232'10' 101 ; ....... Dell. ..... ...._ 1121 .25 Z 23 Between Mayo and Alt n. Ord'tar
lz 401015; 1 a z1 I"....... .petereon ......... 11 14 119 2151t
Thre's Xo Use I 5010 25i i 3 ............_Ma.o...?_......... __ 1105 410 205 East I
_:_ Bound. { '
talking, you* can't beat Herbine for 12 510 30! I 3101 ....... .....Alton............. 11 4 15' 10 49 a <
A.M P.M A.M P.M P.M P.M A.M A.M A.M P'M P'M P.M 10 50 a :J J:1= tl
the liver. The greatest regulaterever a
-1-1--1---1: D San Sun Sun D ex D.x _
offered to suffering humanity. If Sun ex 08 Onl7 Only Sun Sun Trains fcbedaled to connect with Seaboard Air Line west bound and Atlantic Ctutllu:
Sun iOnly y I
you suffer from liver complaint. If //Sun 'UD IOnlYOnly : bound at Lire Oak. For information regarding rates schedules and connections apply re
16 8 |I T. P.ALSTON.Superintendent. _*"" F P. ,I I"IMMHIIIilllllMmillMMM
3 9 : 1 13 2 12114 4
you are bilious and fretful its your I 171 : \
liver and Herbine will put It In. its
with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic 110:
Trains scheduled to connect
proper positive cure I
Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connections j o<
Constipation Biliousness Dyspepsia
call on any ticket agent. j
and all Ills due to a torpid liver Trya J. LEE ENSIGN, President. F.. P. fRPKINS.Trafflc Manager.
ottle and you will never use any- '1 ; tO

thing else. Sold by Suwannee Drug
Company. nov-dw

We feel confident'that before very Airline '
'long a porterho steak will be ableto ATLANTIC .
break ,
itselprof the habit of turn-

Ing up its Dose at a Collar and a half. Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Iii1..

-Houston Post. Rail Road Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, I

AppendicitisIs Philadelphia and New York. F

due in a large measure to abuseof where North. South
the bowels by employing drastic Goes every TWO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS\ DAILY

purgatives. To avoid all
use East and West. Through Pullman l fet
only Dr. King's New Liver Pills the

safe gentle cleansers and Invijor- service on all trains. Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail {;
ators. Guaranteed
to cure headache SI

biliousness, malaria and j

jaundice at Barclay & Groover drug i'

store. 25c. nov-dw I CONSULT THE "PURPLE EOLDER" I Modern : Pullman : Equipment. a :

We even date say that Judge Gray b;
will feel should his boom be :

done up browaro. a colorless cam- For detailed informotion, schedules, rates : The Jamestown Exposition Line fit

:Ign.-St.. -Louis Times. and reservatione, see your nearest ticket .I NORFOLK, VA. c

"rt'e: have secured the agency for agent, or write or call on I II I 1.
Onto Laxative Fruit Syrup the new Tickets on Sale DailyFor h

v laxative that makes the liver lively J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, I a1di

purifies the breath, cures headacheand Live Oak Florida. full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent ?.
regulates the digestive organs. < of Seaboard, or write,

Cures chronic constipation. Ask us -cM I ; S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. Gent Pass.Agent, Jacksonville |TaMMnMILJJJLMLlMHMIIIlll -
about It. City Pharmacy. dw
FRANK C. BOYLSTON District Passenger Agent I MM II :::MtLlilM. oiL:

Will the thirsty/'brigade be per- Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. I sbliI !
mitted to imitate the Georgia solons

by turning basil e hands of the I

-Atlanta clock the last Constitution.;tifgh\of the old year? ---- Can You Write a Ghost Story? E

Ideal Wift\ .: You can ft pretty sure that you

The Postmaster Gasconade. Mo., "What 1* jour idea of an ideal are ranking as gtfat when people begin I No doubt you know one have been tell
Daniel A. Bugh says "I cannot say wife?" / hunting up yoor pet vices. you
\ I I ing for :years. We will give
too much for
your Kidney & Bladder One who wjll gook the meals do a'r!
Pills. I feel like a new man." De- the washing, looR> after the furnace Cured of liright's Disease CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARS .,<

Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are make thes, and-and-" I Mr. Robert O Burke. Elnora N. for the best Ghost Story written by youngor i
sold by Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d what \
"And Y., writes: "Before I started to use old, male or female.

"Keep herself liking as young I I Foley's Kidney Cure I had to get up The only condition is y
r The "blaca that each contestantsend
hand, which is now and as be,.ntiful as an\ actress who I I from twehe to twenty times a night
the red hand jll be the blue hand pulls down $400 a week in \audevjlle :! and I was all bloated up with dropsy Fifty Cents for a years subscriptionto

i 1 if the "white haM" can hand the out- .".Chicago Record- Ierald. I I and my eyesight was so impaired I THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly

law organlzat! n\.what it thinks it could scarcely see one of my family publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. i

can.-Chicago Xews The New Pure Ftxl n Drug Law I across the room. I bad given up I The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;

We are pleased to announce that hope of living when a friend recommended -I it has a will of its own and stands on a plat-
Take some good reliable and sate Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, i Folej's Kidney Cure. One 50 form unique in policy and The
digestant like KODOL for djspepsia colds and lung troubles is not affected 'i cent bottle worked wonders and be- first number will principle.
KODOL is the best remedy known to- by the National Pure Food and ; fore I had taken the third bottle the appearNOVEMBER

day for heart burn belching and all Drug law as it contains no opiates I dropsy had gone as well as all other FIRST

r troubles arising from a disordered 'or other harmful drugs, and we recommend -:symptoms of Bright' diHafl@.n City Write oa one side of only story not
digestion. It Is pleasant to take and it as a safe remedy for Pharmacy. nov-dw to paper ;
affords relief promptly. Sold by children and adults. City Phar- I exceed 1,000 words; contest will close l
Live Oak Drug Co. nove I I Pleasure t "thins that can be FEBRUARY, 15th 1903.

+lmprul iiii. indulged in wl9 regrets to ha.nt and winner
will be
I announced in the :March .
Here and rt mar be found a 'Wasn't th'Tripp saw going. one in the mpfain. number.
congressman$ has DO Mil hi his down the street us ow*" asked the | Send in your subscription at once. i

pocket for they u of fiaftacial fits. returned tourist i i Pneumonia Follows a Cold THE
News.There -at-home bat never follows the CYCLONE
-Chicago I "Yes. rpliefce rtaj j jhe's ue of Foley's 1 I 1
still withAs." | Honey and Tar. It stops the cough, 1

Is No Reason I "I *uppo T e Btamftiyrs as badly j i heals and strengthens the lungs an.ll Drawer 30 Live Oak, ria.Adversise .

why jour baby should be thin and as ever*" prevent pneumonia. City Phar- I -.. JI
fretful during the night. Worms are | "No. he4! becoming quite adept at ;! macy. nov. ::::--

the cause of thin, sickly babies It! 'It now."-Philadelphia Press I i

is natural that a healthy baby should I I One virtue ( lence is that it I
be fat and sleep welL If your baby | Many men and womencatch colds j| makes our ene* es mad because they

does not retain its food don't experiment ; at dances which terminate in pneumonia > cannot contnWict\ou. .

with colic cures and other ] and consumption After exposure -I 1

medicine but try a bottle of White's : if Foley's Honey and Tar Best remedy for mothers to use is Have you anything to sell? Do want to buy?
Cream Vermifuge, and you will soon i r taken it will break up a cold and no I Kenn dy's Laxative Cough Syrup It you

se your baby have color and laugh as serious: results need be feared. Refuse tastes nearly as geed as raaple sugar Have you "lost" or "found" anything?

It should. Sold by Suwannee Drug I any but tke genuine in a yellow it coatalQs no opiates. Sold by Live

Co. nov-dw package. Oak Drug Co. nov-d An 'ad, in the. Daily will meet your demends.


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t-i--- LIVE OAK DA1L1

NO. 07, exceeding five
Requiring Railroad dollars or Imprisoned hundred not longer$500.00) :: : : :: :' !....11..1111111111111111 '- H-I I111I \nvmn- 1 ;11111 -
Owning or Using Tracks ninety days or by both such fine and: . . .. . . . . . . . ..... . . .

trenne In the City of imprisonment, at the discretion of the 'I

:Florida, to Provide a Mayor, and In addition, such person 00 & lIIish l/'Own
and to 9l1ake 310
,for said Crossing, shall be Isolated under guard until :

J4 bis Duties, and Impos such time as a practicing physician '

,, ... es.fed by the Mayor and may is certify past. that danger from infection Way fn tJhis: World

of the City of Live Oak. Sec. 3.That any physician who .
'?14 k.JV shall willfully make any false certificate .t IF SO
railroad and ATTEND:
That the under the provisions of this or- ,

empanlea owning or usingJAe dinance upon conviction by the :

.. i of main or side tracks or shall be punished by a fine, May-I :I" "

P'Arenue in the city of ceeding five hundred dollars or ,

'\.porida, and operating piisoned not longer than ninety days i I : rhr

". >> 'Ter, be and they are or both such fine and imprisonment! I :I '

sired to furnish and keep at the discretion of the Mayor. I :

\ t'the Ohio Avenue street Sec. 4.-That this rdinance shall

of each tracks in said City. take effect immediately upon its pas- :
\- i watchman from the sage by the Council and approval by ,I

''clock' in the morning the Mayor. Ii

'bbur of eight o'clock in the Attest:

e't of each and every day. S. P. MAYS. C. H. BROWN, i

"j.1. That It shall be the City Clerk. Pres Council. :1'

'r iald Bagman or watchman to I. S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the '+

-if.cald Ohio Avenue street City of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby I: The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy
'at ill 'times between the certify that the foregoing Ordinance j : College in North Florida. \Ve secure POSITIONS for
all graduates.
.$rationed in Section One of No. 67, was regularly passed by the :1 W

'ai1ce. and to keep look-out City Council on the 6th day of November j SCHOLARSHIPS: :

:approaching engines trains A. D. 1907, and the same Is ] : t

toss said crossing and too hereby certified to the Mayor for his :

an persons crossing the approval. |i : $40 $50 $75 and $90

i{'hcks: at such crossing and Witness my hand and the seal of I ,i ,

j'flmely. warning or signal tooi said City this 6th day of November
of the approach of all 1907.

.nines and cars. That any S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. I CATALOGUE AM) SPECIAL CIRCULARS.

-i"on the part of such watcn- Examined and approved by me this SOUTHERN1E I

a man of any of the duties November 7th, A. D. 1907.J. I i BUSINESS COLLEGE. '
t by this section shall subject B. JOHNSON, Mayor. i '
line of not exceeding One I Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street
[ Dollars, or Imprisonment ORDINANCE NO. 08. I I
> :t: L. M. 1IATTON, STEI'1IEXS' l
dig ninety days or by both An Ordinance Requiring the Payment i LIVE OAK FLA.G'
I President and .
Proprietor. Principal.H'HKH
i aad imprisonment, at the of a License Tax by Any Person, :
'Of the Mayor. Persons, Firm or Corporation I. : : : I

I 2. That this Ordinance Purchases or Contracts for the I II . . . . . . . . . .. . . .

f become' effective on and after Purchase of Clearing House Certificates -I i .... II >- M 1 t III I 11 I 111 1 MH-i'H i > I I > H I 11 I 1 1 I 11 1 H H 11 H 1 1 II 1 H Hi 1 ll H I H i

day of December, A. D. in the City of Live ---- ---- ,-- - -
Florida, at Less than the oak'i PROFESSIONAL CARD .
4 P7 the City Council of LiveFlorida Value Thereof, and

this 11th day of Nov- Penalty for the Violation Hereof.Be r.uithjsc:
it ordained by the :Mayor and !
CHAS. H. BROWN, City Council of the City of Live Oak Optician.

.<. President City Council. Florida: More Than i
8.-Po MAYS, The refractive defects of the eye
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for
i., City Clerk. and and the manufacture of lenses a WealthBALLARD'S
any person persons firm or corpora- ( $ Ye0.llA .
?.Mays, City Clerk of thed specialty.
tion to purchase or contract to pur-
UTe Oak, Florida, do hereby Office at Barclay & oroover Drug ";)S Use
La chase within the city of Live Oak _
Oat the Store. d-w S"O\ol
foregoing Ordinance
Florida any of the Clearing House i l.w lr l.e J'fJ l lKINQ
(1 vaa regularly passed by the I :
Certificates issued by the trustees of "l :'"
Council on the 11th day of Nov- i :,',:'.. ,:- 5
the Clearing House Association, corn- BROOME, I
8,1. D. 1907, and the same is M.E. o n.wr SNOW op
posed of banks doing business in the I
4ycertified. to the Major for his
city of Live Oak Florida at and for ]I -
a less sum than the face value of : ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT Lw..
fcsei my hand and the seal of
( such certificates unless such person i j LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA.Will .
!etr,. tbla 11th day of November, :
firm corporation
persons or of the State. Sty
practice in all the courts
have first paid to the Tax Collector i ul attention given to Conveyances ('ol.ti..n
City Clerk.bailed ) if Rents. Etc. All business promptly atleD.ed .!- i you Hill nlvrays have good health. Whet Is more to a man
of the City of Live Oak, a license tax I to. : than good health? All tho mom'y Li the \toriU can't mako
and approved by me this of FIve Hundred Dollars and procured NOTARY PX.BUCSTATB AT LARGE. happiness -where health is ur kn1' vn. Bcllard's Snow Liniment
fth day of November A. D. Rheumatism, Cuts, Burn, Sprains, NeurelTia, ..
license from the said city.
$; J, B. JOHNSON a I CURES Sores, stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles' Lame
Section 2. Any person, firm or I DR. J. W. WEST Back and all toe Ms that Flesh b Heir to.
corporation or the officers thereof House I Physician and Surgeon.Office One Who Knows. i .
NO. 0.. who shall purchase Clearing Ohio Avenue. ,
: Carroll Building
ordinance in relation to the Certifiates without first paying the I) Residency at Ethel Hotel J. (I. Rcott, Salt Lako City Utahwrites; cannot 1.

heI hand to prevent the license tax and procuring a license I Phone:-Offie.. No. 168. I I too highly praise:; your Uallard's Snow Liniment for S I
** In the the relief of acuto rheumatism, caused bv sudden change
. of certain contagious and In- from the city, as provided preceding Residence. Nos. 23 or Ifi*, 1
and exposure to tho weather. I also commend
i faeues In the section, shall be punished bya Drua Store (Barclay Gro-w..r' No 16 I UalKird horehound jour
City of Livead [, l Syrop for cuu;; s and colds.ri ,
. providing penalties. fine not exceeding Five HundredDollars I 'h.... u.;od tog:tin'r defy ell rain.

'Il! ORDAINED by the Mayor: or imprisonment for a periodnot C.S. 3ROWN. F. E. THOMAS I f GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 2SC, SOc $1.00

tJ Council of the City of Live exceeding ninety days, or by both I & THOMASON

I'Iortda:' such fine and imprisonment in the _,BROWN 1L
I [ Snow Liniment Co.
1.-Whenever any case of discretion of the )la 'cr. ..rBallard (

,fever, small pox, cholera, diptcarlet Section 3. That this Ordinance i PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, -- 500-502 North Second Street .
fever shall take effect immediately upon its I -
or scarlitina
Jwrelop or exist in the city of passage b> the Council and approval LIVEOMC. : : : LOR1DA. I; ,., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

]< the patient, and all mem- by the Major. CHAS. II. BROWN, I .. ,. .
household exposed to the L. A. ci\\\For.i,
',"&D be immediately placed Attest S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.I I PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, 5014 and Recommended by

nrutae by the Sanitary In- S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the I

T, tader the direction of thee City of Lire Oak, Florida, do hereby I Office Upstairs Suwannee Drug COl11pany.fN'W
.hd Sanitary Committee of certify that the foregoing Ordinance : ('itiaeu, lank hriint.

dJ.: bet the house where such No. CS was regularly paged by the | LIVE OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA. I

jj fall be, must be quarantined City Council on the ISth day of November {! _.
I>. 19*?, and tnj same Is
y u practicable |
in the form of red flags hereby certified to tne Mayor for his i( T. J. LYLE: [ MARm A GROURY
.placed around such infected approval. } Practical H t
W]>ss or Witness my band and the seal 011 ,
quarters and all
i'*te thereof, exposed to ink said City tbs: 18th day of November. ; WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER H. B. CREECH Prop. !i ii i

sad .\. D. ISO7. i "a \ear' .. I
they are hereby xpt'r'It': ;
.*'tanaln In such Infected0Qsea re- S. P. MAYS City Clerk. | Good stuck of UattlK, al don hand i 5 [At Hudson's (lId stand] n ;

Hc, or Quarters or within Examined and approved by me this : r Fresh meats, both Western and Florida. iii

ected district as may be ununtil November 18th A. P 1907. H Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vcgetabks !
arn J. B. JOHNSON i
dafl_he e.able to such time as --- Mayor. : H N .1 SPECIALTY.Terms H i
a cer- -
frotn' NOTICE. FOLEY : 1 ta'
ome'practicing : Cash. '
physl- that the N -,
.danger Notice Is hereby given ii .... ..
tu"r of infection is ; f-- ', '" I I I, ,".:::=
County "
L t the infected house, physicians of the

,.::' .Barters and their con- Medical Association will place all RPvTAR I -

l'-}P een thoroughly disin- their past due act"U: ts In the hand: HOr EY AND
agent for Real Estate For Sale.
;J nleaJth uch time as the State of the association's special
shall haveprohibition taken collection if not

4faised such quarantine; by Decemb-. 1901. The origin .- -- .-
th4 this
: may I I One hundred acres joining town on Columbus road.
l" 1* tt .any individual adult A Significant I'rajor. make ': LAXATIVE coup!i remndy. i One hundree and twentg on Rock road adjoining cemerery grounds. /
help you
family Lord :
who the
produces "May I, Forty acres one mile north of Court House on Rock road. :
to ,,
from known
.. some practicing Bucklen's Arnica Salve For c S_ each J. G. Jenkins of Chapel \u., i.ttea. N. r-a ("h.I':,
... member has not all, writes troubles. J'i ', Four choice residence lots on Duval street.
to took the pain revtrv't.4 ', S ',1 ttr':ialtetd
Infection It quickly GUl..d fl )
.. b and that Hill, N. C. I i One choice residence lot on Georgia aenue. ;
r j* *: ?8er of, SUCh member out of a felon for me and cured it in I( The genuine 113 acre "m upper siring road, three miles from Live Oak. :4..
i *aid disease. a wonderfully short time. Best on : FOLEY'S IIOVEV: nod TAR is in )I Time will be given on purchi!".es. d-w
and wounds. Yellow package. Ret ?.' ".it ,':*UuPropart'd
k ',' anf persons violating earth for sores. burns i( *
e Barclay & Grover drug I only bv J. W. SPERR1NGS. :
provisions of the 25c at
no"dw Toloy, i. wOiiiM i.olJh COnh..... .
shall :
be fined not tore.
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i; D,1. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier. -<:"...

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Knight's Key.:
Move Is Made to Secure One for Live
OF HON. WM. (Miami
ADDRESS Ietropolls.)
ADJOURNS Oak and Suwannee

G. SMITH All of the piers to the Long Key MEETING Some of our citizens having con- IX THE FLAMES

Viaduct, the building of which is cluded that Suwannee county should a
V classed as one of the greatest show
engi- as much public spirit and cour-
GOOD SUGGESTIONS neering feats In the world have been tesy towards the various candidatesfor

placed and now all remaining to BROWARD ELECTED PRESIDENT Federal and State offices, as wellas SEVEN VICTIMS WERE CHILDREN[

complete this monster structure that appreciation of our political ,-

has required more than two years of strength like our friends of Marion

e'lbe of Improvement of Vari labor and an expense of several mil- For the Ensuing Year-He Addressedthe county have hit upon a plan to get Found Huddled Together In a Room

i of Plants and Seeds lion dollars, is the finishing of nine Convention on the Drainageof up a great meeting for the 7th of On the Top Floor of the Building

r arches. the Everglades December and to this end have

With this, and the laying of the sought to enlist co-operation by cir-

tfernoon. lIon. W. G. railroad track across it, trains will be culation of lists in each precinct out- New York, Nov. 25.-Thirteen #
'Of the Department of Agrl- moving southward across the Inter- Baltimore, :Md., Nov. 26.-Fully lining such plan as follows: persons lost their lives and several

_<. was greeted by one of the vening keys to Knight's Key where 200 delegates were in attendance at To the Democratic Voters of Suwannee others were injured early today in a

'.audiences' ever assembled In another and even greater piece of the national drainage commissionwhen County: tenement house fire at One Hundredand

house In this city. It was DtatlTe work is to be encountered In the it assembled in McCoy hall, Without assuming any self-con Ninth street and Second avenue.

audience of the farm- building of another concrete viaduct.It Johns Hopkins university for the stituted authority to speak for our All of the dead were Italians. Sevenof r

[tMi! county fully four-fifths of I is now positively asserted that un- second day's session, today. Besides fellow citizens the undersigned the thirteen were children The

f to, 'attendance being farmers. less unforeseen difficulties arise that addresses on the subject of swamp voters of Precinct No.- of Suwannee bodies were found huddled togetherIn F

tin,.had been well adver-: the trains will be running to Knights land reclamation, the mosquito ques- County Florida, ask the' cooperation rooms on the top floor of the four-

[through the Democrat and the Key Inside thirty days. tion was dealt with. of every one entitled to story building, where the terror-

..responded. nobly. Gifford Pinchot, United States I vote in the Democratic Primaries of stricken people had been driven by

.meeting was called to order JOHNSON FOIl CHAIRMAN' chief forester, dwelt on the relation I the County In arranging for a public the flames which rushed up from the I

W,Carr A. Hardee who In a few of drainage and the protection of the gathering to be held in the town of I lower floors. They had succumbed

choaeu. remarks presented Con- Talk of Cleveland Mayor as Successorto lawlands of the South Atlantic States Live Oak Florida on Saturday, before they could reach windows

D Clark. Mr. Clark made a Tom Taggart. to the protection of headwaters of 1 ember 7th 1907, at which any DeC-1 which led to the fire escapes. Some .

I talk, bringing in several topics the stream of the Apalachlan region. of the candidates who have announc-1 had been enveloped in the flames and
French Lick, Ind. Nov. 25.Atthe #
[brief discussion that all present The last work of the congress, at ed for nomination to either the office burned alive. Others, overcome by

'much Interested in and much dinner given last evening by the suggestion of Senator A. C. Latl- I of United States Senator. Congressman smoke, were spared the agonies of 4 + ,
Taggart to the members of
id to hear. mer of South Carolina was to let the from the Second Congressional death In the flames.

dark: mentioned the under- the Democratic National Committee United States congress enact a drain District, Governor or other I

Id'-,waters survey which was Major Menzies, of Mount Vernon, age measure of its own making free State offices, shall be extended Invitations George Hawkins and R. H. Carver. '
Ind., said: to make addresses Precinct No. 7 A. J. Bass. : 'I
ng made by the governmentand from any suggestion by the drainage on any Precinct i
the State geologist, also "We seem to have everything ar- congress. subject of public interest selected by No. S-G. H. Dorman. Precinct No

nrrey which was being made ranged. We have the candidate ar- Gov. N. B. Broward, of Florida them. 9-G. B. Smithson W. M. Cason andR.
'- for have the platform For the of M. Carver. Precinct No. 10
( Yen ment. He also stated ranged ; we spoke on Drainage of the Evergladesof manner extending such -Tip "
'Pall probability several seed built; in fact, there does not seem Florida and John A. Fox, 'of invitations it is suggested that the Sealey. Precinct No. 11-T. A.

stations would be establish' to be anything left for us to do or for Arkansas on "What Has Been 'Ac parties signing In each Precinct shall Mikel. Precinct No. 12-J. D.. Goss.

Wi'district if the plans now on the future convention to do. The complished by the Drainage In the signify opposite their signatures a Precinct No. 13-G. W. Umstead andJ. f

rat man we have selected as our candi- South." choice of leading citizens In their J. Corbett. Precinct No. 14 C.G. ;
through. These would en-
tfc* home planters to have seeded date, I believe, gentlemen, fits pre- The following officers were chosen Precincts to act as members of Gen- Register and Wash Fletcher. Precinct i..

them whclh was already sent conditions, but U the conditions for the coming year. eral Committee on Invitation and No. 15-T. J. Lanier. Precinct

change I believe the Democratic party President Gov. N. B. Broward, of Reception, the number in each Pre- No. 16-W. H. Mobley and R. L. Robe_
to our soil and was the proof -
J' the best development is big enough and strong enough to Florida; first vice president, Dr. cinct BO selected to be in proportionto inson. Precinct No. 17-H. B.

" ble very change them. There never was but James Bosely of Baltimore; second the number which its Democratic Brown, A. J. Goff and John Cannon. ..
from the seeds of local
.' our voters to the entire A circular letter has also been ad-
oneman as big as the Democratic vice president, W. .S Braddock, of
He'spoke the
of work
'Agricultural great of party and he was Thomas\ Jefferson." Wisconsin; treasurer B. H. Griswold I of the County. This will insure dressed to these gentlemen further
Department I explaining that "The friends of
proper representation and not manyof
lilted States Government and In- Dryan was discussed informally of this city.Additional. t, I
members of the executive constitute the occasion one of manipulation the candidates who have announced -
and the question of making Tom :
paid a tribute to Secretary
for for the United States Senate Con-
of any or as givingto
James Cosgrove
who Johnson, of Ohio, national chairman committees:
Is, he said unquestion-
either town gressman from this District, Gover-
of New or country an undue
F. J. Buck
the was talked about. It is said there South Carolina;
who has
man ever consideration. nor and other State offices think that
And it
of Cali- as appears by
th t will not be many changes In the per- Jersey and C. B. Brown
ositlon in the cabinet.
" the last poll list that the voters In the people of our county should have
iaa, practical age," said Mr. sonnel of the next national com- fornia. Precinct No. were per an opportunity to hear them all, and

" ,,"and we need practical men tot mittee. cent of those in the County the corresponding in order that we may do so we have

us In these matters." ; AGAINST BOND ISSUE I membership on such I. undertaken to enlist the cooperation -
of cotton which had only borne
mentioned the great develop- stalk Commitee will be out of a totalof of all of the rank and file of
.: Obtained by other sections of I three bolls and a fine large stalk with Mr. Bryan Thinks It rnncc'Ssarr-1 I' for the County; and such the voters in both country and town
said that the I
bolls he
fwatry along agricultural lines some fifty lining Out the number should be named in the to get up a general meeting In Live
the small stalk should
what was good for the peo- elimination of farmer. lie said the Washington Nov. 21.-William I right hand column below.It Oak on December 7th.

Illinois was good for the peo- Interest every Jennings Bryan arrived here at 7 is also suggested that the occasion "This is to be a County affair, and

Olorlda. That is, if the 1111- way to do this was in the seed they and o'clock this morning and went at I be made one of general good I not an opportunity for special Inter-

tarmer can greatly Increase his spoke of a method by.which once to the residence of Cotter T. I cheer by having a basket dinner and I ests either for or against the right of

of crops bj following certain could, to a large extent, be freed seed Bride on Capitol Hill. He was a barbecue; and that for this purpose I any and all candidates to be heard;

DI from the light unproductive the weddingof I the Committee on Invitations and and that it be de-
mapped out by the gov- small guest this afternoon at may a success and
t uperts.'that the farmers of which were responsible for the, Mr. Bride's daughter and his at- Reception shall be empowered to monstrate the right of our peopleS

might reap the same benefits. runty stalk. lie also made the same tendance on the ceremony being one II make all necessary arrangements. Including : a whole to hear and entertain these

cIr Clark gave way to Mr. Smith application as to corn* of the objects of his visit to Washington. the appointment of a Committee speakers and so be enabled to makean

il Introduced to the assemblage. Just at this point he paid a tri- Mr. Bryan received many callers !I of the Ladies of the Country Intelligent choice for themselves,

>, faith Is a very practical man bute to Mr. Clark's work in securing and about noon he boarded a I land I Town to take charge of entertainment w ask you to circulate the enclosed

"Utter of fact farmer and got many of things for his district thata downtown street car to keep an en- :'': of the Ladles who may be ,'petition among your friends and

_don to his business, which I number of representatives whose gagement for a conference with political i! present. I I acquaintances in your precinct.
needed them Just as Signatures hereto do not oblige
!ale some suggestions to the constituency friends.Mr. I I "Get as many signatures as you
"ot this county how they badly were seemingly never able to Bryan gave out the following the signers to Incur any expense, the can so that we may be able to make

.ImPFOe the quality and yield get. lie gave a simple method of statement In regard to the financial participants at such gathering being : a good showing of our political
seed from corn I expected to either come with their
trops. He also mentioned I selecting the best situation: strength to other counties of the

ding stations and the soil one that any farmer can follow. This "I do not know what the effect of baskets, or .to be entertained by State as well as to the speakers to

t sad like Col. Clark expressed consisted In taking three grains from the new bond Issue will be, but It I friends or to be invited to the bar- be invited ;and urge upon everyoneto

10. that It would only be a i i a certain number of cars and If the seems to me that the relief ought to I bacue provided by those who may be present to give these gentlemen

of a short time until these three grains were all good sprouters come from the other direction. The I signify their purpose to contribute a reception worthy of Sawae&ae
which they to the sam .
to established here by the then theear of corn from plans so far have been Intended to I county.
for seed In order that general co-operation
_' government Mr. Smith I were taken was a ; furnish government money to the "We stand more than one niltton
'f some formulas may be effected the following citizens:
the seed and plant breeding; purposes lie gate I banks wbreas the most important dollars ahead of every other county
fertilizers showing : have been suggested; namelyto --
commonly talk of stock breed- i fo rthe mixture thing now is to restore confidence : of the State in our agricultural pro
be changed from i receive this and similar lists In
.Hated that the ImprovementS 1 how they might among the bank depositors. 'This ducts; and as this shows so much to
succeeding year, : this Precinct and to notity the members -
of the various characters year to year each will not only prevent withdrawals but I of the Committee Imitations the advantage of our farmers, let us ;
of this part ; on
.. of seeds and plants was i cutting down the expense secure deposits. While the banks I see if we cannot measure up to the
were asked 'I and Reception to be so selected; andit
aactly on the same scientific i i of the crop. Questions are good and while the depositor same standard with our inters and
is that for such
audience requested
of the purpose
that of breeding better stock. i him by various members are not justified in being frightened, | hospitality on this occasion. ;
such selection with the lists be forwarded -
courteous -
,S put on the suggestions of all of which were given Mariners some depositors are unreasonable I to HOB. J. E. Wood, at Live 1 "We call upon you as an a,,M/j I1

". farming he suggested tho consideration. The and their timidity may embarrass the Oak. .Florida who has consented to citizen to help with this and wou.'l I
eat of deeper plowing. lie who heard the entire address expres'sed banks. If the money that is being I ask that you get as man -i -nat'i- :
I repaid for art as Secretary pro tern until the .
hhe themselves as doubly hoarded can be brought and forward list a-, early ;
results obtained in some much hidden and Committee shall be organized. as you can ;
-** Georgia by doing this. :coming out and were"f'ry Mr. Smith back into circulation, the present I Thees lists have been placed in as possible, and not later than l'-c- <

?t noticeable however about : gratified at the meeting. stringency will disappear at once. It each precinct with the following ember 1st., to J. E Wood Live Oak"
this morning -
OUI all the way through I remained in the city until themselves I does no good to supply money from named citizens to procure signatures:

Tih$ did not state positiven j and a number availed him the treasury if an equal or greater Precinct No. 1-R. O. Bonnell, S. I l'r.tl'Mfftd )'torii...

." results would be ob- | of a personal interview with n Met.-1. [i amount Is drawn out by depositors. J. Forney Duval, S. A. J: Horn Sid I Live Oak, Fla., R. F. D. :'00. t.. ;.
., i."class of soil that had I ting Information of a i I I Hinely C. Bevan. J. N. Mteks and M. I November 18, 1"1.I .

'-, jh'others but said that i I Both Mr. Smith and Mr. Clark Sentiment is something lawyers L. Burnett. Precinct No. 2-W. .\. Editor Democrat:
:I i
at the large I
-,' that the similarity of the were exceedingly pleased I I I I spring on a jury when the facts are McCook and L. S. Albriton. Precinct A meeting is now being conducted

b4 where these tests had i attendance at the meeting, saying 1 pointing the other way. Xo. 3-W. D. Whatley, A.I.. Moae- I.t the Mt. Olive Christian Church by '

-fatly Justified the experl- that this was the largest meeting i ley and J. J. Platt. Precinct o.t- : R. A. White, and will eoatiane over

.Onnty He recommend- they had yet had and more enthusiasm I The world is always ready to laugh T. Mcintosh and John H. Grant. i the first Sunday in Deeenber. Services -
to .
U n'af lime to the soil exhibited than at any place bl't'nI I I j with the most laughs Precinct No. 5.-A. D. Puterbaughand each evening at 6:30 o'clock.
with the man
.21t! or correct the acidity which he had gone since he had j always ready. J. J Dempsey Precinct. 6- I I J. O. HARRELL. ;

/ S-h1bltlng a small runty out on these lectures. j I
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is still the topic of the day, and while the way ahead is not yet clear, lets take courage,

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

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

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

i SPECIAL notice is called to our CLOTHING all kinds. Also to our strong

Ladies and Misses Cl oks and rain coats, all of

.... which are being offered at REDUCED prices. Jt

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

balance in merchandise. Hope to do better soon. When you need any thing come and

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

A. W. 1 ncLERAN = = Wellborn Fla. 1Iroceoding9

of the Hoard of Public school. $3.05; J. L. Hopps, teacher FEW IIKIIK KNOW THIS. J;;!!; I ; II:::: : ;n: i i i ,,': i I d I : :; i : :
Instruction. $ (0; Mamie Jamerson teacher $35; i

Live Oak. Fla., Nov. 5. 1907. Kittle V Hollow ay, teacher, $30; Home-Made Treatment to (HercomeIlheunuitiMii.
The Board met at the usual hour. I Dora B. Hopps. teacher, $30; Adri- I I i a ATLANTIC
Present: E. It. Wise. R. H. Carver ana Tison, teacher $25: ; Francis LINE I
When eminent authority announced : IE
and A. D. Puterbaugh. i Sheffield teacher 25; Victoria Gibson an ,
in the Scranton (Pa.) Times'
The minutes of the last two meet- teacher $18; J. J. Dickinson
ings were read and approved. teacher $40; Kate Liddon teacher that he had found a new way to treat I
$50; Nellie E. Hughs ten days that dread American disease, Hheu- ,
Application asking that the Hickory -
I Sink and Oak Hill schools be I $1% 50; Victoria Ingram teacher matism, with just common, every- Rail Road I
consolidated was acted upon favor- $50;; Mamie Tison teacher $40, day drugs found in any drug store I
ably. Said schools to be consolidated Evelyn Alford teacher, $20; Jennie i._e physicians were slow indeed toI j
as soon of the financial condition of Creekmore. five days teacher $10; attach much importance to his claims. I Goes where North. South 1
the board will admit. The present I, Claude McKinney teacher, $20; The This was only a few months ago. Today every ; !
schools to remain and to be taughtat Hair Hardware Co.. sundries. $.58; nearly every newspaper in the ;I iI
the old sites until the board Is ableto L. B. Edwards teacher, $100; Virginia country, even the metropolitan dailies I East and West. Through Pullman.,
is it and the
announcing splendid
build a new school house consildat- Wigfleld. teacher $70; JessieA.
Lane teacher. $65; Clara Hall results achie'ed.It is so simple that |
ing the two above mentioned schools | service on all trains.I
into one. I teacher $65; Myrtha T. Wilson, anyone can prepare it at home at .
Tax collector filed poll list for the : teacher, $50; Katherine Boulware, small cost. It is made up as follows: I
month of October Said report was teacher $50; Margaret M.'ertz, Get from any good precription pharmacy I
received and filed teacher $50; Lucile Humphreys Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-
G. B. Lord filed financial report teacher $50; Ida Penny teacher, 1 half ounce; Compound Kargon, one I CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER
which was examined and approved.Mr. $50; Berdie Fields teacher, $50; ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla,
John Williams and Jesse Sallie Anderson teacher $50; Corrie three ounce Mix by shaking in a
Cason made application to the board McClinton, teacher $70; Nettle bottle and take in teaspoonful doses I
for the establishment of a new school Swinton. teacher $50; J. E. Wood, after each meal and at bedtime. JT
near their locality. Said applicationwas superintendent $100; E. It.'ise, These are all simple ingredients, | For detailed informotion, schedules, rates
deferred on account of the like member of board $5; R. II. Carver, making an absolutely harmless home
H and reservatione
of funds. member of board, $7.20: ; A. D. Puter remedy at little cost. see your nearest
baugh member of board. $S SO J. Rheumatism, as every one knows,
Application for a third teacher at ; agent, or write or call on
Wellborn was refused on account E. Wood balance due on June month is a symptom of deranged kidneys.It g ...
that no funds were available to pay $20; G. B. Lord, commissions, is a condition produced by the failure -
said teacher.E. I $10.72; R. II. Carver balance due of the kidneys to properly filteror | J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, '
It. Wise is appointed a committee 'on June month, new law. $61.; E. strain from the blood the uric acid
of one to see Messrs. Wolfe and Phillips, painting Sullivan school and other matter which if not 0 Live Oak, Florida. '
Cook dealers in school book in this house, $11.25; J. E. Wood, postage eradicated, either in the urine or I.
county and request them to put the $2; Manning Obar, painting Pleasant through the skin pores remains in p ORjj
new school books recently contractedfor Hill school house! and closets, $13; the blood decomposes and forms
by said board in stock. Said Eugenia Hill, teacher $35.-Total, about the joints and muscles causingthe jj FRANK C. BOYLSTON District
Passenger Agent
books being the school books now In ,2.004.64 untold suffering and deformity of
use in this Suwannee count). but in SlHHial Tae Stliuol l istrict rheumatism.This Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla.
a cheaper binding and with less cost Nov. ;5 --L. B. Edwards teacher prescription is said to be a ::
to the citizens of the county. .-\Dd in incidentals. $S7.3; First National splendid healing cleansing and invi.;- U1l ,,
the event that neither of the gentle- I Bank. Interest, $2374; L. H. Ed- orating tonic to t he kidneys and : Wli:: I:::: 1I1I11 ::;'1:;:; :: :: : ,::-; :q II j : I. .N.W.N.N..M.NI II

men would agree to put them in stockat : wards, for janitor. $30; L. B. Edwards givealmost immediate relief in all
the price mentioned on the back of supplement, $75; J. L. Hopps, forms of bladder and urinary troub-j
said school books that he is authorized i teacher, supplement $5; J. L. Hopis lea and backache lie also warns "m 111 M 111111 mm m i n n i- ** M "
by said board to try and find repairs.. $9.50; W. F. Farnell one people in a leading New York paper
another dealer who will agree to put barrel lime and brick, $6.65.Total against the discriminate use of man:;
them in stock and sell at prices $237,24. patent medicines.
;,. [ SEABOARDAirline
X. 5
agreed upon by said board and American I -Wellborn Uistri't.-J. J.
Book Conipanj. Said person Dickinson, supplement, '$45. 111: )1.Cn:17:
contracting to handle the school Nov. 5.-0'Brlen-R.. C. Daughtry. ---
books of the cheaper edition to school desks $82.10.
keep It IfrliVf .f IWt-Il ctu
< tOil In Matter
at all times a full line and sufficient Nov. 5.ranford.Irs. W. G. t
number of each kind to supply the Blanchard, teacher one month $50; of HIH"\t.Jt. ('an.litl.tcy. i : : Railway.
demand of the citizens of the county. N. H. Green, incidentals. $!....- I Little Rock, Ark., November 26On. .- ;
The following accounts Total $51.'0.Nov. .
were received Powell Clayton Arkansas member -
.. examined, approved and 5.-Burlingtoa.-Lara GOB, I of the Republican National Com- j:;; Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,
ordered fund: paid from the county school Nov. 5.$35.-Midway.-J. W. O'Hara, mittee, said today: i; ; Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

II. W. Helvenston, insurance $30; I teacher $50. "The president is the safest person | Philadelphia i and New York.Ii6ILEGiiii .
There being no further business, __ ___
W. M. Timmerman, building; schoolhouse we could choose and, in my :judgment _
the board adjourned to meet the first
and two closets, $95; U. H. he is also the strongest man
i Tuesday in December, A. D. 1307.E. .
Warren balance on school buildingat I R. WISE. Chairman. we could secure to become the ca.i- I j \ \ DAILY
Sullivan $40; First National
J. E. WOOD. Sept. and See' '. didate of the party for election. I : ,
interest $140.75; Mamie
Oliver, teacher, three weeks $Z.iU; I can make no calculations as to the instructions i
R. L. liob.nson: repairs on school I .1 .sigtiifectnt I'mor. i which will be given; the Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

douse at Pineinount. $39.43; Live May the Lord help yon makeJBucklen'a 'i Arkansas delegation but I predict it + :
Oak Manufacturing Co.. lumber for I Arnica Salve will -- -- -- -
known tail o instruct for Roosevelt if he will I'I'I -- ---- -----
Pleasant Hill nchool $21.11 ; C. .t.Johnfon .
? ." writes J. G. Jenkins, "
of Chapel accept the honor. ;
teacher, $25; 1: K. Booker Modern
teacher, one week, $6 25. H. T. Tool I Hill X. C. It quickly took the pain I I : Pullman : Equipment.1 .

teacher $10., afford Hall, teacher, 'out of a felon for me and cured it in T ee's \e VM I .. --- ------- -
m weeks. $52.r,0; Gifford HaH 'a wonderfully short time Best on
talking you can't beat Herbine for s! *
teacher. $10; Live Oak rulilishn-
Co. proeeeilinks of !loan!. $7 '" s. l lL P. faith" for sores burns and wounds. the liver. The greatest regulater I The Jamestown Exposition Line
.. High. repairs at FI'II'I1bhp:i $ 7". -.c at Barclay & Grover drug ever offered to suffering humanity. If
\\ "'. Farnell\. bru k for 1''a'I] ; rr.t fT.l!n! -tt>re, nov-dw suffer from liver : t
you complaint, if .. NORFOLK VA.
I I >ou are bilious and fretful its your ,

I ', liver, and Herbine will put it in its | Excursion Tickets on Snip Daily

Live Oak M'f'g.Jlanufacturers\ Co. proper condition. A positive cure for er -----

I j Constipation Biliousness, Dyspepsia I-\.r full! ;'nf<''rmatl"'" and l SI WjK-r re.tnatM.n-- *#*
and all ills due to a torpid liver. Try + i>l :--.l..ard l, "r write

I I a ottle and you will never use anything -
of e-e. Sold bt Suwannee Drug At. Gt'nl. l'a.s. AKmjl 1

Company. novdwr I I U l Ufefrj.I UllLLl.U.L-** 4*_*++
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Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, !r .
".IUft'JJ V Kidney 1'.lh. .

Hat you c.III lscted your Kidneys
Power and Turpentine. list you overworked your nervous Real Estate For Sale.

*i''''n and iaiis-d trc"ihe! r'th youiv

Electric Lights in any part of the city furnish 1 for ,.i',,> I a''a': ;!"r' >I'''a,.- Y"II pain: -

Residence or Business Houses at a very Peas, ml-1! ) I"l-,'. s > g is u:. I ,a.'- lit' ) t11 I" i i'f' a ".'". ,.,. : '.\ ,'I ,_ ',

Electric power Day and night current: f r c_ r .;r ring ..r- Ave a e.. a > ': >

purposes., ., p"u'f e T_ _'a:f :f: e, a "- :a 3.3 t:< ? !; :l'I.: ; : ,. "

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K TilE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT, rntniv, XO'-DInER .O. 1001. .
t Notice. Ipeveral I
x FOR CHARTER. for that ---
tax payers of Suwan- purpose.
Notice of Intention to Section 3. Property labor or ser
Apply for
c untr. Florida: I Letter Patent. vices may be purchased by this cor- "IT DO RISE" WASEO FLOUR
." accordance to Section 41, ofer'5596 Under and pursuant to the laws of poration and pajd for with capital
-I of the Laws of FlorI the state of Florida. the undersigned stock therof at a Just par value ol
that hereby give notice that they will such property labor or service, to _
give notice the
hereby LIGHT
ply to His Excellency N. B. Broward, be fixed by the Board of Directorsat
( Books Ire now open for collec- Governor of the state of Florida at a meeting to be called for that HOUSEWIFE SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.

ief taxes for the year A. D. 1907. Tallahassee, Florida, on the twenty- purpose.

M'law. provides that any tax payybo eighth day of December, A. D. 1907 Section4. Not less than ten per ALWAYS GOOD and
stall taxes during thaI or as soon thereafter as counsel can centum of the capital stock of this
"of.. November pay shall be allow. be heard, for letters patent Incorpor- corporation shall be paid in upon the GOOD ALL WAYSASK
ating Branford rganizationof this
Farmers' Union corporation, and
rUle Tax Collector, a discount Warehouse and Ginning Company, the remainder shall be paid by the
o per centum therefrom, and If under the following proposed charter, subscribers at such time and in such YOUR GROCER
tai shaH pay during the the original of which is now on file manner as may be determined by the .
i' payer in the office of the Secretary of State Board of Directors. THE C. E. GULLER COMPANY,
gtfc of December, shall be allowed of Florida pursuant to the require- .\i tide IV..Term of Corporate Kv j
,.count therefrom of one per ments of law. Istence. I Distributing Agents. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

thereof. ,I i M. J. SWEAT.S I The term for which this corporation I --- ---.------
tax paid on or upon the first S. HATCH.U. I shall exist shall be one hundred --------
shall, for the
purpose ,
I'Jyaf January Q. HATCHER.R. i to law. ,Ii
tie. additions aforesaid, be repaid I. W. AT WELL.rticles i Article \'.-Limit of Indebtedness. Portable and Stationary Engines and
as on the last day of the ,\ of Incorporation of Itrunford I The highest amount of Indebtedness Boilers; Saw 1iils;Wood Working
'la which it Is paid. ) Farmers' Union Wan-house and to which this corporation can at Machinery and Supplies. Complete -
e J. MEEKS, i,. Winning C niwiny. any time subject itself chap be four line carried in stock. Liber- II
We, the undersigned having associated thousand dollars. al Terms. Write for catalogue.
''(:GUector Suwannee County, Fla. ourselves together for the \rticle 'l.-jJic'I'4 and Directors. .
purpose of forming a body politic and Section 1. The business affairs of -
corporate, under and in pursuance of this corporation shall be conductedby cr= < Mate Asfnt'for the OLDS GAS
the laws of the State of Florida, do a President, a Vice-Presiednt. a ;; and iASOLINE ENGINES
kx DR. B. S. KOWKLL hereby adopt the following articles Jecretary, a Treasurer and by aBoard I'
| of incorporation. of three or more directors andy
Optician. ''Artiilf such other officers and
I-Xanie and Place of HUMness. agents as MACHINERY.ADDRESS .
may be provided for by the by-laws.
;pie'refractive defects of the ereind : The name of this corporation shall Section %. The directors shall be ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO
I the manufacture of lenses a be the "Bran ford Farmers'Union elected by the stockholders at their LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE 574. 22 OCEAN STREET

'Jty.i i Warehouse and Ginning Company," annual meeting in each year, or as
'and soon. thereafter as practicable and ,
i at Barclay & Groover Drug its principal place of business ;
shall be Branford, Suwannee County the Board of Directors, as soon after
d-w Florida, with such branches their election as practicable, shall
auxiliary' places of and elect from among their number a'resident .
business the
: i Board of Directors may from time to Vile President Treasurer Selling Out At Cost
i-D. B. CASWELL, time determine. and Secretary. The officers so elected -
'Article II-Xature of Business to He shall hold their respective offices
f", I Transacted. until the next annual meeting of the
[ ( tllHf\
I1f tal jDiuctol 'm ( stockholders, and until their suc-
Section 1.
general nature o f Every Tuesday and Tnursday] of each
Yk, | the business to be transacted by this csesors are duly elected and qualified.

Iff lj'Tngoanywbere style or price in coffin State or to casket Embalm.fur i I! ing corporation a general shall warehouse be that business of conduct for this Section,corporation 3. The may,stockholders at any time, by of week all my entire stock of Dry Goods

a majority vote of all
I stock Issued,
wed* Always on hand good line o f the storage of cotton and other farm 1
and Shoes
j products, the storage of merchandiseand remove any officer agent, or employ*,
teal(aits for ladies or gentlomen. and shall provide in their by-laws for
suiU callat MRS. E.-N. LAWLER. 1 duct for and which every storage other thing may or be pro desired the filling of all vacancies. FOR CASH
Section 4.
Until the first Annual
h' I for as, and may to be make reasonable such charge and there just; meeting of the stockholders, the following Begining November 5th for eight weeks

'f btp Cfn that of ginning cotton, buying and named incorporators shall F. M. Green
Pinemount Fla.
1 selling cotton both in the seed and compose the officers of this corporation : : : ,
3:[. J.
: Sweat President; S. S. _
in the lint
manufacturing and
Ftacox SwGtirviccal IRBtJtn
hatch Vice President; R. E. Lang-
selling the by-products of cotton
'! ston, Secretary; J. Q. A. Hatcher.
r eJLf/ and also that of a dealer in genera
Treasurer; Board of Directors: M. J.
lit. one aDd leant why w. secure best merchandise the buying mortgaging, Sweat S. S. Hatch, R. E. Langston, Our Portable Saw Mill
_V tad be&tl&lariedorour graduates. selling or otherwise disposing oat f, J. Q. A Hatcher II. V.'. Atwell.
EUCENB AHOEBSOW. Preg. wholesale or retail its '
4 on own .\aticl"11.Hatt" .
of \nnual.t-
4'.. account i! or as brokers for cash o r ing. Outfits are the best on ;
credit, goods, wares, merchandise, '
I vehicles and harness, live stock o f holders The first of this meeting of the stock '' earth. We carry a large r '
corporation shall beheld '

R, fl, LOVIER, I every holding description, selling, f improving and the, purchase mortgag, Branford.at the office Florida of the on corporationin the first Stock of all kinds MACHINERY f

!I' ing, sale and disposal of other personal Tuesday in February, A. D. 1908, and can make immediate shipment. Write .
property of every descriptio and the annual meeting shall be held (
!E1mTCHE. ':'whatever. It shall have the right t on said day in each and every yearn for Illustrated Catalog.
I purchase or otherwise acquire ow .
or as soon thereafter as practicable I
lease operate, mortgage, sell, or dispose Article VIII. ,
Iatiwnut Iw I of livery stables including .all 1 This corporation-Corporate shall have a corporate 41 S. Foi jth St.ATLANTA.

property usually made use of in such seal which shall consist of a GA.
.. business This corporation shall circular disk with the words: "Bran "fstabGshed 26 van. Sold nearly hiUmillion dollars worth .f goods in 19C6.
have the right and power to acquire, ford Farmers' Union Warehouse and
hold lease, --- -- -
i improve mortgage rent, Ginning Company, Incorporated"around
i!iselh: or otherwise dispose of reai the edge of said disk and the
i estate. It shall have the right t figures "190." in the I
center thereof.
buy sell and manufacture nuutkiner y :"Article IV. -Name*, and Amount* --M ;;;nl I
: of all kinds: to acquire own. bull I. SubK'rilatil.
I operate mortgage, sell and dial toKe The and
names places of residence:
of oil mills cotton factories, ginnin of the Incorporators. who hate liere- Ma J JMacon
!'establishments, and to manufactnr ; aCO.
ICHCAL WATCHMAKER. to subscribed their name* and
? ( sell and dispose of such mills far- the amount of stock subscribed I"' r !
I tories and establishments" : to buy or each follows
are as :
;'|;.0\rer\ thirty years expel |I otherwise acquire own, pledge tram s- M. J. Sweat. Suwannee fount 1 f ENGINES BOIUCRS "
I fey and sell stocks and bonds of all ...
Florida eight shares.S. .. .... -- .--2. .% COTTON GINNING MACHINERY. $
All work guaranteed ,i kinds create indebtedness and prc S Hatch. Lafayette Count, ___ 7 UIIIA'ACHNEArS'.Inp'eW'usCo-a
j I tide for the payment thereof and it Finn la. eight: share '!. U'i:ls.Pumping Ol.lits.r'J'f r
H shall have the power to engage In, R. K. l.ttng too. Lafayette Counn. 'i ..dIII
R. LOVIER, all business enterprises of whatev : Florida, eight shares. \ !. GASOLINE ENGIN ,\
1E OAK character incident to. or (connecte J. Q. A. Matcher. Suwannee ('01111t s. "i Com t* .'r'-.--i."-lal'y. Weni'l
with, the foregoing objects, am Florida eight shares. i
when necessao. from time to Urn e. R. W. Atwell Lafayette (Count. LAAd40d'X40.1 44SLb1.410 4C. ''b41v4't'4'ti0i
ill order to carr oat the intents anpurposes d
Florida eight shares.
of this corporation. __ ,_ h._ _
; Section 2. This corporation shall S S. HATCH.R. .

rOLEY'SNrf have use and enjoy all of the righU, E. I..\XGSTOX.J. i
powers and privileges granted to corporations Q. HATCHER.
I of this character by the R. W. .\TI.L..
laws of the State of Florida and the S atr cf Florida,
I' right to purchase and acquire ID any SII\UUIIJft' ('...1It1 f.

T f1 I. manner to hold. use occupy, improve Before me an officer dul :HI1 1.(1'
A'n! and dispose of real and personal iced to take acknowledgement \I" :
I I .\.. d k property in such manner and upon ; sonalh came M. J. Sweat. S S 11.1,1
t I: i '
such terms as the nature of tho t{. E. l-angston. J. Q. A Halt I L, .
business ma> from time to time r L- and U W. Atwell. to me well know! ___
Tim origic 2l! quire.Article to be the persons who vxetut'-d t'u> TYQa soar
{ III.-Capital Stll(''''. foregoing articles of incorporationand
JIVE Section 1. The capital stock of severally acknowledged il.a' n- .
CC1., it. T. Iarerer 1rb" this corporation shall be Four Thousand j I did to for the purpose theism < \ For Sichivers
Dollars divided into four hun- I !linked.itness.
c 1.4. l'lr..t ; shares of Ten Dollars each. uifia'k "
0' 1"1" drtd \\ my hand and s' al ot'
(). .at.. I; :'1" 1 Section 1:, Said capital ste I at Brantord. Florida this It'.th d. .

: ): '\ '. ....r sha.l IK paid for in monev.. or in lieu November: \ D 1907S .
,. !::: at such payment in none\ the san.' ( : <'all W. L. DOKSKTT.fa A PURELY VEGETABLE"COMPOUND

ors tic .. .. '.,, or any jwrtion thereof ma> l be paid *' I"> of the Peat of the .th .lu -----
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.' 11 irk\ ..: I, ., I' n. for in |,roHTtlabor. or M-nu-es. ,at tin' DLtrut of Suwannee Count* .
:oJ .lItU:' be fixed l.v the m- .
a just valuation to Florida w-novill-jt: ;
"Joi PrCi-I I, : In lie Board of I II V > CONSTIPATION DYSPEP.
: ,''t.Ii.. c..r, ... 'J': .:pC". corporator Dim'tor* at a ne.':ill!: to tx'l call'IIJ .5 QUIfIrJ I t l CURES SI A. MALARIA. CHILLS and
GUARANTEED CURE fr a.l, a ceases FraJced byTO'P5D
? I Tar awl ('aAdu1t.,ZBa : LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Crefc-tt*. pur-
1 I For the complete cure of Congas' i I :-.asod ',:asp rr.asave. vcu i &.c< tpe tomorrow

J etc er4s 6 '! <'old. Asthma and Bronchitis and ad l!it I' t

:, Lung complaints; tending to Con-uni;>-I' CURED Or CHILLS AND FEVER AFTEi

The best ;ion, Uirrwurt Tar lid Wild (1u'rr1.I I ALL OIliER MEDICINES FAILED
Chill i Fever and LaGrippe cure
; I lave for ages maintained an eetallisted >- f Mrs.V.. A. \\ ite\IJelt. Emory Tex.,

. the market. Be sure to get the genuine. reputation; as a standard CotuJ.Remedy. !. writes: "My child had chili and fever
i cfrre.iuines
fur tour years. We tried all kinds
'F! s the ink. no It contains no opium or and of
signature in red Accept finally u acquaintance
:"tier harmful drug can bs gives 1r ill Naive recommended He.bin We ud
.:; as there is none "Just as good. It safety to children. Price $;Lt10. Sold i j. three bottles and the child i. C'-w completely 4

:' t, but 25 cents for 16 doses if it cures, druggists.. Williams' MTg Co. or.fed. Yon hue mv an'ssl'J:1
;j to n.Mish: this teitiai'in.aj: ;, aI ch 'trf -
J;Y 9T ONE CENT IF IT DOES NOT. j Tropt., Ctetreland Sold by the wv; rctoniinend Iletbir.e to a:' c. aat
: 1 J9w*&5B.. Drug P:' 'f apr-lvrj i i! l.a'vtrg children a&itcted II tn.-.e "

Manufactured by _-__ 1 tUr.t B3TTII.: 53c GET THE GimMB.UURO

L'ESCEi PHAK M A C Y, } Some peopKmx_ to think! Kin I SHOW LIIHMEKT CO

w. Live Oak, Florida. tt oN' u.; \lua1 t; ;,' ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
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Fletcher's 66 :S '. ,t u E'1' .:-,. v T. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

.'.ag on a j-ry wvica tlie f.:,"".3 "r'Si.
I Drug Con1pany.rfi
JilL I pointing the other way

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TilE Stm"DIDIOCR.T.. FRIDAY XO\"E1lBE 29. 1901. ; -
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r= Notice From The Globe Store


Where Certificates Are Good as Gold

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,We beg to announce that for the next FIFTEEN DAYS every skirt in the house will be sold at

Actual Wholesale Cost

t as we are intending .

f to go out of the skirt business, and we are therefore anxious to sell everyone of them, at any pi. *e we can get.

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

Skirts sold before at $1.50, now 90c
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$2.00 $1.25
$3.00" $1.98

Black Broadcloth $5.00" $3.50 t

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

sells everywhere, GUARANTEED, from $1.25 to $$ J.50 per yard, we will offer to our customers as long as

they last for 90c per yard. 1

Our shoe department is complete in every style. Over 5,000 pairs of shoes in the house-all new and the

latest styles. Any size from baby shoes to the largest ,sizes.

Our line of clothing is NEW and UP-TO-DATE, better than it ever was. Men's suits, all prices, $5.00 to $20.00. Youth's I

suits, all prices, $4.00 to $12.00. Children's all colors, any size and any price-over a 1,000 suits in stock. !

We also handle a nice line of Ladies' and Men's Hats, Trunks and Valises, etc., and anything you can mention in the line of j

merchandise. Call to see us on the well-known corner.

The Globe Store Surasky Bros. Prop.

\ Wholesale and Retail.Commissioners .


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Proceedings.Live {cord, $35; Charlie Mitchell burying within said City I ,
Oak Fla., Oct. I, 1907. pauper, $7; Frederick Disinfectant BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor
The Board of County Commissioners I Co... disinfectant for jail, $50; T. J. Can You Write
and City Council of the City of Live Ghost ?
of Suwannee County, Florida, Lyle keeping clock Sept., $3.75; a Story
Oak, Florida
met in regular monthly session, and Suwannee Drug Co., toilet paper : !
was caled to order by its Chairman. $;).75; Live Oak Publishing Co., publishing Section 1.-Whoever, being a licensed -
Present: M. L. Burnett. J. C. $j; D. B. Caswell coffin for or practicing physician within No doubt know
have been tell- j
Davis, J. H. Grant, W. A. Tison andJ. pauper, $71'; M. Bennett, burying the City of Live Oak, Florida, fails you one you
J. Dempsey. ( pauper, $7; Live Oak Brick & Supply ing for years. We will give a
to report immediately to the Mayorof i
Minutes of last meeting were read Co., 8,000 brick for closet $72;
and approved.The D. W Tedder overpaid to G. B. said City every case of yellow fev- CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARS :;

Tax Collector filed poll list.I Lord,' $17.78; Town of Wellborn, er, small pox, cholera, diptheria. 4J for the best Ghost Story written by
for September with the Board. j Fla.. half road taxes on property scarlet fever, and scarlitina that old youngor
The County Judge filed reports of 'therein, 1906 roll, $31.65; First National male or female. 1
license for September I Bank, interest. Sept.. $94.67; comes within his practice within said The only condition is that each contestant ;
The County Treasurer filed with.|: Live Oak Manufacturing Co., lumber city, shall be punished by a fine of send
the Board his reports for September i i II for road, $1.02; G. B. Lord, com- not exceeding Five Hundred ($500) Fifty Cents for a years subscriptionto
H. E. Delegal road contractor for i mission as treasurer, $16.29; J. W. Dollars, or by Imprisonment not exceeding THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly

and first district the same tendered was accepted his resgination by the, .I! Sept.Drlggers., $10 drawing; J. C. Davis bridge,2 Branford days and ninety (90) days, or both publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. ;

Board. Commissioner Burnett be- 66 miles on roads, $14 60; I. S. such fine and Imprisonment, at the The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;
ing instructed to havethe roads of ]I Aderholt. road work 3rd quarter, discretion of the Mayor. it has a will of its own and stands ,
on a plat-
said district worked during the remainder -i $66.45. W. A. Tlson. 9 days and 180 i Sec. 2.-That this ordinance shall ,
of this year. j miles on roads, $54; J. J. Dempsey ', become effective immediately upon its form unique in policy and principle. The
Commissioner Davis was appointed i|. 5 days and 30 miles on roads $33; first number will
to secure right of way for Live Oak M. L. Burnett, 1 day and 10 miles on passage by the Council and approvedby appearNOVEMBER
and Peacock road near Peacock. roads, $5; M. L. Burnett, 1 day as the Major! FIRST ;
Commissioner Dempsey was up-i county commissioner, $4; J. C Davis, Attest:
pointed to secure right of way from I 1 day and 22 miles as county commissioner S. P. MAYS, C. H. BROWN, oil one side of paper only; story not
Mr. Lee. $6.20; J. H. Grant 1 day I City Clerk. Pres. Council. to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close
Clerk was ordered to notify Con- and 34 miles as cuonty commissioner -
verse Bridge Co. that the Branford $7.40; W' A. Tison, 1 day and I I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the Cityof FEBRUARY, 15th 1908.
bridge was out of adjustment.The 24 miles as county commissioner Live t ak, Florida do hereby certify -
Roanoke Bridge Co. was $6.40; J. J. Dempse, 1 day and 5S that the foregoing Ordinance. and winner will be announced in the March

awarded the contract for building miles as county commissioner, 66 was regularly passed by the City number. Send in your subscription at once.
steel bridge over Rocky Creek. $9.80; John Anderson, reward on
Petition signed by L. B. Padgettand conviction Geo. Moore, $50; W. W. ', Council on the 6th day of November THE
others asking to be allowed to Hawkins, clerk's cost. i cases crim- A. D. 1901 and the same is here- SOUTHERN CYCLONE,
change the public road at Mrs. Emma inal court $924; J. II. Rickerson | by certified to the Mayor for his ap
Anderson's place was granted with- feeding prisoners, Sept, $10640; J. j proval. Drawer 30 Fla }
out expense to the county. H. Rickerson, sheriff's cost. 4 cases. < Live Oak,
Petition asking that the road from $2415; It O. Leggett mileage ist! Witness my band and the seal of i
Nobles' Ferry to Suwannee Stationbe witness State vs Itoatright, $2; i said city this 6th day of November, ,
declared public, was laid over for \Vitnesea criminal court Sept $6.j(}. t A. D. III! I '
thirty days.Petition The Board adjourned until October 1907.S.. $. MAYS, City Clerk. 'I I 'I I i I I : i' ;:;:! !' r !
asking for change in Live 7. 1907.
Oak and O'Brien public road laid W A. TISOX Chairman.J. I Examined and approved by me, LIVE OAK BANK
over for thirty days. \\'. BRYSON. Clerk. this November 6th, A. D. 1907.
Pension claims of Henry E. Dele- I J. B. JOHNSON, Ma>or.A I
gal, J. J. Rollins. Redding Falrcloth I LIVE OAK FLORIDA
f Hi Fought nt Gettyirarg.
and John H Purvis
were approved
and signed by the Board. I David Parker of Fayette N. Y., bawl Htltt to Pay. I fi i Capital $75,000 -;- SurPlus $35,000 '

:Notary Bond of G. T. Meeks wa I who lost a foot at Gettysburg write: "I owe a debt of gratitude that can I II. P. II XTtIt.: Pn"-idt"nt. '. :\. III\Lt\: ', \ ire.President .Ig
approved and signed. i "Electric Bitters have done me more C. I). HMCKWELL, Cashier.DOLLARS .
The following claims against the never be paid off, writes G. S. Clark,
county were approved and ordered ;good than any medicine I ever took. \\tt-tfield, Iowa, "for my rescue t:
paid: For several years I had stomach from death by Dr. King's New Discover :: A-'c-:;

Paupers $70; J..N. Meeks. commission I trouble, and paid out much money }. Both lungs were so s 'rioush tlg DCTl>
on collections, $8.1C; J. S. for medicine to little purpose until affected that death seemed immin- i DO THEJH
Parker road work August and j
I began taking Electric Bitters. II<.teur their 0*>
September second district. $72.50; when I commenced taking New -. ana earn something for
J. Williams, road work. Sept. 4th would not take $500 for whr.t they Diooo\ery The ominous dry, hack-
district. $15.45; J' S. Parker balanceon :have done for me." Grand tonic foe ing cough quit before the first bottle :a: era when they are p'aaJ' at Jater"est

'\ cutting storm logs. $15.0; City the aged and for female weaknesses wd.used, and two more bottles madea bantall B]
'atE'r.'orkaItb quarter water rent t in a good savings
Great alterative and body builder; .
courthouse complete cure. Nothing has K ,
and Jail. $20; H S. HarTf ever Zd
11, supervisor of registration Sept. sure cure for lame back and weak equaled New Discovery for coughs, ;it; \r means pat your dollar
$10, Clark & Knowles. half cost of kidneys Guaranteed by Barclay fc | colds and all throat and lung com- 1nt
well In courthouse yard, $75. Live work at a good rate ofby
: Groover druggist. 5oc. novdw"OKDIV plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & iir. j1
Oak Manufacturing Co., lights, Sept., O+t
$10.65: J. W. Brvson, auditor Sfpt! Groover druggist. 50c and $1.00. placing them i e Lire
$jOt W. W. Hawkins costs as clerk .\.NCK: :>o. Off Trial bottle free. nov-dw
criminal court. $6.79; J. II. Johnson, An ordinance imposing a penalty I Bank.
3 months professional serrate $50, on physicians for failing to report to The milk of human kindness is' I Ii
Hardy Bryan road work, 1st district
$(965. ; H. E. Delegal repairing the Mayor of the City of Live Oak. shown in the universal agreement I LIVE OAK BANK
bridge 1st district, $6; J. H. Rick- certain infectious or contagious diseases to say nice things about a man who!' 4 PER CENT
within his practice dies. l' PAID OX SAVINGS
erson, janitor and keeping convict re- coming !III I fi" I m 1111 t


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':: ;Iy gaoaer der:SSbShrf g S}Consolidated August 1:!.1891
LIc.Ut., *
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 10O7. VOL. X:,Ka 26
JAM AT COURT HOUSE Quite a large crowd of farmers j i, SEVEN MILLION KALES I court during the week.
came in this morning to hear the'' .I The best legal talent which could A GOVERNMENT ISSUE

speaking and learn from the And Over TItus Far Ginned This I be secured on either side was employed -

expert sent by the government some Season ,i and the case was fought on every

jio ) G. SMITH: OF U. S. DEL of the practical Ideas on many little legal point. CORTELYOU WILL ACT WITHOUT -
PARTMEXT OF AGRICULTURE problems with which they have to Washington Nov. 21.-The census The argument for the defense was
deal. I bureau today issued Its report on cot- concluded Thursday afternoon about ANY RED TAPE
--- I ton ginning for the growth of 1907
Mr. Smith Is a thoroughly half-past 5 o'clock when the chargeof

farmer, and still has his own practical farm to November 14, showing a total of the court was given, and the case NCI SAM'S NEW (CERTIFICATES
ISPEAKS TO A URGE CROWD which he directs himself. Our 7,311,202 bales, ,counting round as I was left to the jury with the under
people .
half bales,
compared with 8.562.242
are much standing that if a verdict was reach-
Indebted to
for having secured our the bales for 1906 and 7,501,180 for: ed within a reasonable hour the court Will lie Put In Circulation Within
services 1905. The
number of round bales
Discas4ed of Mr. would reconvene. There was no ver- the Next Month
practical Farming -Hon. I Smith to make us this
Frank Clark Is Here and Will I talk. !included Is 142,609 for 1907. and I dict reached, or reported, however I
200,866 for 1906, and 209,006 for and after about sixteen hours' confinement :
Speak Tonight Mr. Clark will make an address to-!' 1905. Sea Island Included 42,70 I the verdict was rendered at Washington Nov. 22.-An Impor-

night at the courthouse to every 'I for 1907, 30,671 for 1906 and 64.- the opening of court Friday morning.A tant announcement of policy was
t body. Every body invited. made by Secretary Cortelyou late i
The 103 for 1905. The number of active motion for a new trial was made
Frank Clark Congressman meeting will be under the this afternoon In regard to the allotment -
Hen. auspices of ginneries were 26,571 for 1907. i and urged in the afternoon, but the
. .from this district accompanied by the Board of Trade. of the new one-year treasury
i same was\ denied when the defendant
Bon. Wm. G. Smith of the:United STi OIIH.Ut IS GUILTY was sentenced to three years in the certificates which indicates that the
I i secretary is prepared to cut red tapeas t
States Department of Agriculture arrived GREEKS FIGHT DUEL penitentiary.AND '
i: I far as possible and place the pro-
.; in the city last night. This Convicted of Embezzling $.,500 from
ceeds of the sale of the certificates
morning a number of citizens met With V Sponge Hooks at Bottom of Sea II |I Atlantic Coast Line. i iI ii I XEBRASKA TOO. promptly at the disposal of the money

+ Sear (Gainesville Sun.) market. He to return to #'
them at the hotel and finding that I Tarpon Springs. j!i proposes

)ir. Smith wished to visit one of the I Tampa Nov. 20.-Six miles off' "We the jury find the defendant Mar Join the Ranks of the Dry States national banks subscribing for the
I J. N. Strobhar guilty. So say we all. I Sentiment Strong. certificates as a deposit of public
nearby in Tarpon Springs on the gulf's bottom
farms person a trip was
I ,,'. D. Fagan, foreman. money 75 per cent of the cash paid
''. seventy-seven feet under the surface I Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 20.-Anti-
'arranged for them out to Mr. Wise'sfarm
This was the verdict rendered by for them. The remaining 25 percent t
of the water, Nichols Andreas and ,saloon and Sunday observance agitation -
at the end of the rock road. the jury in the famous cue of the will go for the time being to
.. John Bastonis. Greek sponge divers, i Is having a revival in Nebraska,
the courtesy of Mr. Thos.
Through State of Florida vs. J. N. Strobhar, strengthen the cash balance of the
fought desperately with sponge hooks'for and so strong is the sentiment for
Dowllng, his big auto was secured charged with embezzlement In the {treasury. The banks surrendering
possession of a big sponge. Both both that it promises to sweep from a
and Mr. Chastain, the expert gas sum of seven thousand five hundred this 25 per cent will not, however
I received painful wounds.;. Andreas one end to the other, making a
engineer took the party out. A very ,! dollars, while agent of the Atlantic I suffer a reduction in their supply of
came to Tampa to institute prosecu state a possibility and a
If: pleasant stay was enjoyed at theI. Coast Line as this point. par- I currency, for they will be entitled to s
tion against Bastonis, only to learn tial resurrection, at least, of blue lawsa '
Wise farm and Mr. Smith expressed i The jury was composed of W. D. receive the par value of the certificates
that no court had jurisdiction. '
pleasure at seeing such fine farming Fagan, F. T. Rutherford, C. C. Drum- probability. purchased In new bank note '

I. ,eouitry. mond Geo. H. Gibbons W. H. Jones |circulation. In order to make this
Some stalks of cotton and corn Prominent Tampa Man Dead. and L. P. Tillman. XOT1CK. I transaction Immediately effective, the

vera secured from Mr. Wise to use Tampa Nov. 20.-Capt. John A. i This case which has been on the Live Oak Clearing House Certificates -I treasury will retain the certificates i

.t',.for Illustrations in the practical talk McKay, 63 years of age, a Pioneer': docket In the circuit court of Alachua will be accepted by me at full purchased by eachlbank, if it desires

Ii yhleh'Yr. Smith made this afternoon citizen, former cashier of customhouse 'I county. for the past two years, being face value for merchandise or on I that they be deposited with the United -

; at the courthouse. Mr. Wise also and father of editor D. B. continued from time to time, was payment of account. I States treasurer as security for

favored his guests with some fine McKay of the Tampa Times, died''II called on Monday of the present week A. W. lcLERA I circulation and will ship the notes tat

J ngarcane. today. 1 and has occupied all the time of the Wellborn, Fla. once. 1.


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Log Wagons, Turpentine Wagons, : Harness etc. +

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Wagons, Dray Wagons, Delivery lot of ah purpose. Anchor, Crawford, Ellis, Blunt, Babcock, Tison &

Horses and Mules at Jones, Hackney, Sumners, and Wire-Wheel ball J
Wagons and RoadVagons : : : lowest possible prices. bearing Schacht Buggies

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Fence that is bestadapted to your lands. Try it and convinceyourself


Sherwin-Williams and Peaslee- Cooking Utensils in Tinware and

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

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

from Government reports. iT1'l from the} modest price to the

Ask us and see! 11 highest

Oils Varnishes Stains t Guns Pistols Rifles AmmunitionFor

bale by Hair Hardware Co.

Shelf Hardware, Primble Cutlery and something cold in the JERSEY

ICE CREAM FREEZER.' Next time we will tell you more and don't




(Yl TFLYOt .AXI IIUYAN. feature of todd>'s events oi the contention tie said Mr Bryan's intermit in th' M. C \ for good of the lesson-----of-- ---- .
wrong than :1j.
Mr Bryan was escorted: to association's undertakings is:: well moral to reform:
courage from the act of the ... ,
Former Introduces letter a* ln*pira- the platform by George II. Cortel>ou, known. and he had the honor and prodigal in penitentiary|l after they om-
secretary of tM treasury, tremendous pleasure of "presenting to you ny returning to bits huhi: i flitted wrong.A .
tion to Good CitizenshipEvery er, and declared
I applause greeting the two men as friend of many yean the Hon. Wil- if we cannot
a Ilt're :they made their appearance in the liam J. Bryan" send preachers to the heathen, we .
Washington, \OV. 23.-Christian hall 'where both spoke. Mr. Bryan Mr. Bryan drew many lessons and can send Christ to them,for every living U..UaMe itetnedy "''f Croup.1ra. .
Citizenship, as exemplified by the i who made the principal address, was pointed out the influence to be exert- Christian life Is a S. Ko nthal, of 1 \1:'''i-
Young Men's Christian Association,(introduced by Mr. Corteljon, aad the ed and benefits to be derived from an itself. The Christian great life sernwain igsa J i i says: "We have u- 1 .". Jl'r.
was the topic of an address by William remarks of both were heartily applauded active Christian citizenship He spoke is an un- ,Iain's Cough Medicine: '" ie3
J. Bryan, at a largely attendedmass In las addrts. mtrodu.'i.i; of t.t' M-\ that binds all ('irit init.. jn werabk' argument in favor of ind aIlJ
meeting held under the auspicesof Mr Bryan Mr Cortelyou said: of ih" differences ID he progress of P.rl"J ianiy Mr Bryan declared \]like it children very mmh for ev i r: 1
the international convention of 'Mr Bryan's presence here in la teatbcn nations as caircd W1 ahe Y M C A. was of '
economic t only: remedy for ', gh'ly
that association, at Convention hall ternational convention, is an Inspiration t'.osovhih had embraced ("hrjstan: advantage in every tar It Is cheap-1 recommend It.<. F', ear-
this evening. It was the leading, to good citizenship everywhere." ify of the great influence of the Y er. he said, to keep men from
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. Aermotor Pumps and Wind Mills,
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ORDINANCE :>O. 07. City Council on the 11th day of November Live Oak, the patient, and all members charge of and raised such quarantine; ceeding five hundred dollars or 1m- i iI ii is
An Ordinance Requiring Railroad A. D. 1907, and the same is of the household exposed to the provided, that this prohibition may piisoned not longer than ninety days, I
Companies Owning or Using Tracks hereby certified to the Major for his same, shall be immediately placed not apply to any individual adult or both such fine and imprisonment, '
Across Ohio Avenue in the City of approval. under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector member of the family who producesa at the discretion of the Mayor.
Live Oak, Florida, to Provide a Witness my hand and the seal of under the direction of the certificate from some practicing i, Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall i
Flagman for said Crossing, and said City, this 11th day November, Major and Sanitary Committee of physician that such member has not I take effect immediately upon its pas-
Prescribing his Duties, and Imposing 1907. S. P. MAYS, said city and the house where such been exposed to infection and that sage by the Council and approval by t 1 1i
Penalties. City Clerk. patient shall be must be quarantinedas there Is no danger of such member;! the Mayor.
Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Examined and approved by me this effectually as practicable and dan- communicating said disease. I Attest tt
City Council of the City of Live Oak, tne 18th day of November, A. D. ger signals in the form of red flags Sec. 2.-That any persons violating S. P. MAYS, C. H BROWN, <
;Ilorlda' *. 1907. J. B JOHNSON, shall be placed around such infected any of the above provisions of the City Clerk. Pres Council.I i yy
Section 1. That the railroad and Maj or. house, houses or quarters and all preceding section shall be fined not S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the =
railway companies owning or using the inmates thereof exposed to infection exceeding five hundred ($500.00) City of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby
a line or lines of main or side tracks OHDIV\NC1J NO. 07. be and they are hereby required dollars or Imprisoned not longer than certify that the foregoing Ordinance -
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across Ohio Avenue in the city of An ordinance in relation to the to remain in such infected ninety days or by both such fine and No 67, was regularly passed by the i
Lite Oak, Florida, and operating public health and to prevent the house, houses or quarters or within imprisonment, at the discretion of the: City Council on the 6th day of No-
trains thereover, be and they are spread of certain contagious and In- such infected district as may be un- Major, and In addition, such person ,' vember, A. D. 1907 and the same is '
hereby required to furnish and keep fectious diseases in the City of Live der quarantine, until such time as shall be isolated under guard until I hereby certified to the Mayor for hU :1'
., stationed at the Ohio Avenue street Oak, and providing penalties. they shall be able to produee a cer- such time as a practicing physician approval.
crossing of such tracks, in said City, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor I tificate from some practicing physician may certify that danger from infection Witness my hand and the seal of
.. flagman or watchman from the and City Council of the City of Live that all danger of infection Is is past. I said City this 6th day of November
tout of six o'clock in the morning Oak, Florida: 1 past and that the infected house, Sec. 3.-That any physician who 1907.
until the hour of eight o'clock in the Sectionl.-"Whenever any case of houses or quarters, and their con- shall willfully make any false certlft-I S. P. MAYS,City Clerk. F
disin- cate under the provisions of Examined and approved by me this
cholera tents, have been thoroughly
evening of each and every day. yellow fever, small pox, dip- I
dinance, conviction by the Mayor November 7th, A. D. 1907.J. .
the State
Section 2. That it shall be the theria, scarlet fever or scarlltlna fected, or until such time as upon
have taken shall be punished by a fine, not ex B JOHNSON, Mayor.
duty of said flagman or watchman to shall develop or exist in the city of Board of Health shall I ;
remain at said Ohio Avenue street

crossing at all times between the t+*+.i-b IIIII.IIIIII"'ltll"I'.l.i++t MIM4 I M I U U .H 111 II lilt IH-I+>H I Fi 1+H-+M*F.< M. .f
ours mentioned in Section One of H"HM"MlHHt
this Ordinance, and to keep look-out fi

for all approaching engines trains j Formed Ourselves Into a Co-partnership
and cars across said crossing and to Having ,
vatch for all persons crossing the I
,railroad tracks at such crossing and I -,
to give timely warning or signal tot of
,such'persons of the approach of all We take this method thanking ourfriends

trains, engines and cars. That any It i
Eolation on the part of such watcn- and former customers for )past i

|j> or flagman of of the duties
I rn any
Mm by this section shall subject II favors and solicit a continuance of the i ii
to a fine of not exceeding One

",, "Hundredexceeding Dollars nInety or days imprisonment. or by both !i same for the new firm. We will carry i iit ; !

-:'" .such direction fine and 01 the imprisonment Mavor at the j at all times a full Line of DRY GOODS i

Section 3. That this Ordinance
-.., shan become effective on and after ::1 AND GROCERIES. : : : : : : ii t
J* lEth day of December, A D. +
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1r. Passed by the City Council of Live 1+

;{}:.l"; tt. Florida, 1907, this llth day of Novfllber -il BAISDEN & WHITE I Ii Il.

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} 4 .. THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRATr }"RID.Uxon:>mF.R"" tOO:. 1<

) against. The government was about I 11:1 the success that had attended his Sciaries of this fund for years. It I I[from the railroads worse than he
SDWANKEE DEMOCRAT.Published swindle wants public oSce."
I laws a
I ito issue $1.?,* In 3-per centi efforts. 13 a crime against the ry
i certificates to relieve the situation He also spoke about the macb-talk- of the true and brave ex-soldiers and I

, every Friday at Lire Oak. and te intended to go to Washington j i ed-about bill which he had introduced I a disgrace to any man who thus connives The Tlmes-Unton refers to Jota /

Florida ,; this week, see the Secretary of :i in Congress to impose a tax upon to secure a part of a fund set Sharp Williams of Mississippi as 'tie

:J 1 the Treasury and if possible get I J Egyptian cotton to prevent it from I aside ps a reward of honor and to : one Southern statesman who has i

Entered at the Lire Oak PostoSce'j about J%.*,.00 of those certificates ( coming Into this country so that it sustain the aged feeble and poor. I national 'reputation." This is hard

as second-class matter. II sent to the banks in this district, ; might not compete with our Sea Is- I Let those who know of such Imposition on Culberson. Bailey Hoke Smith

I which amount would be ample to (| land cotton. That bill had not been i come forward and make the I Carmaek. Tillman and others, to ny

i CHAS. W. IRVIX. Editor and ;M'gT. 1 supply the shortage tere. He would passed, nor even reported back from I same known or notify the State I nothing of the Times-m Inn s favorite-

f ask the rest of the Florida delega- the committee, and he didn't expect Board of Pensions, at Tallahassee, so I Presidential candidate Senator I

I'I'I I COXGRE&S3IAX CLACK'S SPEECH | tion in Congress to join with him in ",' it to be for he knew that until there I' the proper authorities can proceed to I Daniel of Virginia.I .

TUESDAY IGJlT.I : this request and believed that it i I was a revision of the tariff made by prosecute seek impostors and protect |

would be complied with. These I the Republican majority a revision I the tree veterans and the funds I I i, The recent special session of the
I Last night at the invitation of the I
short-Uiae interest-bearing certiui certain to come after the Presidential I| against sack Imposition. It is a Alabama legislature pasted a law .
Board of Trade. Hon. Frank Clark
of Gainesville, our representative in''i rates, backed by the Government, :( election he could not expect an { sacred duty devolving upon every man forbidding any man in that State to '

;I this addressed are of course as good as gold and exception: to be made in favor of the I and woman in Florida to protect the carry firearm less than twenty-four :
from -
district ,
I 1 their sale down here to the amount '! single item of Egyptian cotton. But i I worthy from the worthy. The man inches in length. This will make j
tte people of Suwannee county at
stated would tarn loose sufficient! ;] his bill had served the purpose he intended ;I who proved recreant to the cause of ( mach work for the tailors in Alabama -
the courthouse in this city. There 1
was a good audience present, including j) money to tide us over until the returnof for it had been discussed Ithe j I Sooth during the Civil War has I In hurriedly elongating na -

a camber of ladies, and tie busi- normal conditions. : in committee and its merits were so i I no right whatever to the peaatonfnd "caline coat-tails to meet the emergency 11

ness and professional circles of Live ; Next Mr. Clark spoke of the hIgh I J' obvious that distinguished Republican -I I and they know they have not, thus rudely precipitated upon

Oak were well represented by thosein hopes he entertained of securing the leaders had assured him that I yet they receive' it regularly." I the noble army of pistol toters. A J

attendance. )Ir. Clark has reason j passage of a bill daring the coming I,l when tariff revision came Sea Is- j j

to be gratified at the character of his session of Congress, ordering the return ,' land cotton should be protected j I NOT CORPORATION TALK "i'i' Frank Clark doesn't need to make } 1

audience, for it stood for the best intelligence i to the Southern States of theI against foreign competition. H
of our people and was keenly -j I vast sum of money nearly $70,
appreciative of the good points ) of illegal cotton tax collected I! an orthodox Democrat but it was the ernatorIal candidacy as a "corpora i I in Live Oak Monday night to get all

made by the speaker. Mr. Ridley I during and Jut after the war. The'1: law of the land and it would be folly flea man." meaning thereby a representative the votes necessary to secure his re- 1 1

called the meeting to order and ask- I Supreme Court of the United States'.i for our people not to get its full of corporate encroachments nomination over any adversary who j j

ed Colonel L. E. Koberson to introduce i had decided this tax illegal; the (|; benefits when they could. upon the rights of the peopte. I I may be Induced to take the field 2I

Mr Clark, and the Colonel discharged I money is lying Idle In the treasury :i i There were many other features of But in Mr. Browne's speech at De- i I against him. At present that adver'a }t

that function in a brief and I awaiting the action of Congress; repeated .: Mr Clark's address which we mast Funiak last Thursday, he used this I I sary is not in sight and we suspect 1

entirely appropriate address. I efforts had been made to I i; omit for want of space. It was an language: I that he will be conspicuous by his

secure that action but old political excellent and' convincing speech I 'I shall recommend the enactmentof ''I absence all daring the campaign.. iI
Frank Clark is a man of Impressive 1
and war prejudices had always availed : throughout just the kind a sensible a law to revoke the license of any 1
appearance to those who Idok
I to defeat them and the remark- I constituent wants to hear from his foreign corporation doing business in The jig is up with the liquor trade
beyond mere bulk and stature, and
able situation was presented! of this servant in Congress, and just the Florida that shall transfer a case I In Alabama; the knell of doom has $
students of physiognomy would pick
I immense amount of money belonging kind, also, to show that the people from a State to a Federal Court. struck, and oa the first day of Janu '
him out in any crowd and want to .
to the cotton States lying unused In made no mistake in selecting their Litigation in the Federal Courts is ary. 1909. there won't be an open
know more about him. His clean I
the treasury because the Government representative In Washington. He very expensive and many poor man saloon In the State. The following ,
shaven clear-cut features of
1! had no right to use it, and those will go back beyond question and. by his inability to carry his case brief dispatch from Montgomery under 1
classical strength and refinement and 'I I I
j States prevented from getting It for already prominent In the House, he through these tribunals is prevented date of Saturday tells the tale:
there is a suggestion of courage and J
( will increase that prominence until! from obtaining justice. Th tendency I I "Governor Comer signed the statutory ;
purpose about his firm mouth and prejudices
he ranks among the leaders. Mr. to transfer cases is a reflection on : prohibition bill this afternoon 1
penetrating eyes which the obserring -
i gress But Mr. Clark says that those Clark was congratulated on his the integrity of the State Courts, and 'and the special session of the legIs- .
man will not fail to note. Hid I
I prejudices are now practically out of speech last night and many in the those foreign corporations that seekto lature came to an end tonight The '
voice is excellent. with a deep note
I the way and he has the personal assurance audience shook hands with him. He do business in Florida must be I signing of the bill was witnessed by ;
in it invaluable to a public speaker,
I of Republican leaders that leaves for Washington this week to be made to understand that they cannot I i ia I score of women, who then marched \ II
and his unassuming courtesy and
;' they will help him to get a bill ready for the assembling of Congressnext treat our courts with contempt nor (I to the second floor of the capitol and
quiet deference for others and their
in1| through to give the money back to Monday. will they be permitted to prevent our 'sang "God Be With You Till We Meet
opinions are traits which be has,
marked degree. He gives the inpression i;i the South during the coming session'of people from obtaining justice, by I Again" atthe, doors of the senate
Congress. He has put in a large "PROTECT THE PENSION FUND." entailing upon them expensive litigation and the house." ,
of abundant
reserve power 1
part of the past summer working on The Jacksonville Metropolis hits in the United States Courts. The I
and his public career fully justifiesthat
this bill and getting up the law and I straight from the shoulder in the right of a State to revoke their
Impression. He doesn't "tear
passion to tatters" when he talks. .j;: facts to support it and he now has the following, and no man who wants licenses for this cause Is no longer a THE BON TONAll
case so thoroughlprepared that he Florida roll to be roll mooted question."
rr* pension a
nor mistake noise and gesticulation are invited to inspect %:11I1ne of
for eloquence, but he can reach his ti-: of "".or. will hesitate to endorser No corporation candidate would be new fall goods. Hats dress goods
; Travds and impostors have nom likely to recommend such legislation
climax with hUi
ample emphasis and
laces, embroideries, hose underwear
I come to Florida and where the
aw* 1 taw -- ea that roll,and a movement that for If
few gestures; are always appropriate as corporations, especially -
; who paid the tax or their teirs. eaa .. corsets all ready now for inspection.
and help oat the effect of his words. '' I 5' h **frorat d ia every county the railroads, love any one feature aNew
be discovered, it will be returned t. voile skirts just arrived. k
ta the State to spot such fellows of .
And moreover, he tells a good story : I our system of government
them, and in cases where they cannot and send the evidence to Tallahassee : Standard Pattersns. Fashion sheets
better than another, that feature is
and his speeches are illustrated with i! ,
abundant quiet humor and remlnis- be discovered the money caa teI i that will expose them and present the United States Court to which they given to any one who calls for same.

censes effectively told and with the i I turned into the State trea.u.ry. I them from longer> robbing the taxpayers fly as to the shadow of a great rockin Come, look while in town. I

point always apparent to the dullest i i Mr Clark also gave some interesting I and sharing a fund in which a weary land when things are get

understanding Hut it II noteworthy facts and figures with referenceto I they have neither legal nor moral J ting too hot for them in the State Mrs. C. W. Bache.

above all else that Mr. Clark ad- the remarkable growth of rural I right The Metropolis says: Courts. Xo railroad Corporation I -- -

dresses the calm intelllgeace; of his I free delivery in his district since he "If the reports are true that a number wants a Governor at Tallahassee who

audience and is no rabble-rouser appealing took bold of that matter in 19Q*. of men are drawing pensions as 1 will recommend legislation that will

to passions and prejudice toj! Th* system was in its struggling in- Confederate soldiers who are not entitled i( deprive it in any instance of the The ; t .er L'asKo f

carry his points. He talks like a : fancy then, with four or five carrier to receive such aid they shouldbe I friendly shelter. of the Federal Courts S e 1 C'arccr ifEY1S

sincere man who thoroughly believed i J i and between $%.8" and U*OOO spent exposed and prosecuted for perjury f ADd Mr. Browne said something else -

what he said and makes the Impression '|' annually to keep it up. Now there and obtaining money under false in Ais DeFuniak speech which it is
that his earnest desire as a public an more than fifty carriers aDd mot pretenses. They swear to their statements i i wen enough to remember in sizing '

man is to promote the bt interests I' than 130.090 spent by the Government on pension blanks and obtain (: him up as a candidate. He q-iotel SEeDS

of his constituents So ranch for in this district every year to 'he pension money falsely. The : with approval the follow: word 6..msa1 .. t Ded.h.i

Frank Clark, personally, congressman maintain the system. He had given camps of Confederate Veterans and of a great Southern statesman: I ;

from the Second District of special attention to this matter, con- Daughters of the Confederate of "The man who would do the railroads rewy'.'?Seed 1 .d hnnaai-ti tor FBECtaD. 108klleth t
tanturged! the development of the t'jorida; could do much in finding out wrong in order to
Florida, and quit likely to remain get the ;>eopes ,
M, f 1131 t ta., Duoort,M a
eo as long as he wants the Job. I system and felt that he had b*'<>n of ind exposing) these impostors It i*> of=ces, would do the people t

substantial wnite to Ids con!-tftu*'ni-, .ai'i some of them have been bene- wrong whenever he wants
He had no prepared speech last something; '

night and spoke without note in a

pleasant conversational way touchingon PI' ::: '! "",': ",,,_".." .. :.-:, ,"" I':: : ::': ': : ':'1'"
matters in which we all fecal a 1"-- ::' : 1I : : ;':::' j j ;

Ihely Interest and telling us a good q Buy Thanksgiving Linen Now/ I

many thins! we didn't know before, I

and which we were glad to hear.

What Is >all here is not intended to I RAT THE LADIES' EMPORIUM.ll

bo a report of the speech, nor evena I

synopsis, but merely some of the

the leading difficulty points of lie getting first told legislation about I l SELECT THEM NOW. I TOWELS AT REDUCED PRICES. I

through the Lower House of Congre. H It isn't a bit too early: especially when worthy linens like Ten dozen 12 J-2
because under the Reed rule governing : H cent towels at 9 cents. Twenty-
these fan be had such low Those
at prices. cent to
parliamentary usage, the n thirty.five cent linen and both towels at 1'1.::.
Speaker of the House was absolute who know cur linen bargains of the past will be the first

na---tf'r:- : .ml no bill could he considered |i to profit by this opportunity. SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES. g

without first securing his consent ,

no Hit'mb r recognised on thefloor r. $1.50 grade pure Irish linen table damask $1.35. $1.25 81x90 best quality sheets at 89c.

no matter how loud he bawled $ I Ii quality reduced to 98 cents $1.00 grade marked down best grade 33:. pr yard. 10 quarter 10 unbleached quarter sheeting sh et'I -,

for recognition to present a bill or to 85 cents. Mercerized table damask worth 60 cents ing 2Jc.: yard 45x36 "
make a motion, unless the Speaker 'I reduced to 48 cents. All linen napkins reduced about 20 isticned pillow?? cases 25c. pillow cases 15c. Hem-
chose to m-ognlze him. The will of ::
; ii per cent. Prices from $1.25 to $3.75 a dozen; values up
absolute and the '
the majority was r
I to $5.00. LACE
will of the Speaker absolute over tint CURTAINS AND SPREADS

waJorty'od r such 'lrcu..taoct"K Mill ends of Irish linen tabl damask, two to four yards Are unjrpicd. We will
to get: a bill through Congress was 11 not quote prices. Se t.l.
an inuueubc task, no matter what Its lengths worth a dollar per yard at 60 cents. dlSpay: tabIs.

merits.Pa jiii r 5

discussion B'ng! of from the a House most entertaining and Us way!: ii Every Display Table will Contain Special Values for the Ladies.

of doing business Mr. Clark stoke of

the present stringency in financial

condition: .ind gate it'as his opinion II CLEARING HOUSE CERTIFICATES GOOD

that it was a panic without a legitimate AS GOLD

caube as there was plenty of
money in the country when it wa- = .rfilE

brought on and there was never a i 7

higher level of general prosperit: ..'. LADIES PORIUM L. S. HARVARD, "

Dut the shortage of currency was : JVI

here and it was a condition whichwe I I I'RUP1:1E roe. I }'

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f LOCAL NEWS Appendicitis ::' ; 1 I ::11' :2I
;; Park, is in the city shopping today. BARGIANS li :

. Is due in a large measure to abuseof
'. nailf.Ii the bowels, by employing drastic I
.-loodaJ Arthur Lamb, of McAlpln, Is here
Vmberly, of Rock Cut is on for a few days' visit with home folks. I! urgntives. To avoid all danger, use 1 School Books 5

0:11y Dr. King's New Liver Pills! the
1 meets today. Black llak Corn Sheller .SltTS
faCe, gentle cleansers and InTI o--: i
;( Mrs. M. C. Barrow, of Suwannee 2() jds, jd-uidf Sea Island .")4) School ASupplies 4

ilL Grant, of Willmarth Is. In the' Station, is in the city shopping today. I Yt lb. Jar MacCaboj SnuJT .' '> aors. Guaranteed to cure head-
cre. biliousness, malaria and
today on business. FineVove 33c Jeans at sc a janl.IHue n OF THE i
j & Groover
.jaundice, at Barclay drug r
R. H. Warren, of the Hurst neIgh- r.lack, C.'ri-j, Double Width Kepcllant rl'tJ" 1heef. 1L lttt.l
ff P, Creekmore of Wellborn Isftie borhood, is in the city on business 4r c janl. i novdw'i I X

business today. today.L. I
city on I IW.
t 1-jiallou rnnitl''un Sauscpan, tt.ciuart The following young people went n yanjiumi./

i _-( Granite WartS'UIl lD. tJ5c out to : J. Mlckler's Rix- :
is amness \Ir. near
of Wellborn A. Crawford returned from !
.A. Tyson a last I C. C COOK, Prop.Live .
ford to
evening a cane grinding:
visitor In the city today. few dajs' visit with his family In
O'Brien.Mr. ALL AT Misses Haddock, Bryan: Creekmor", 'i Oak ; : : : Florida. -

?"l',, Blount of Branford Is a Campbell, Byrd, Holmes and Humphrejs -' B.\ : ::'1 : !' 1 q I! n D .

Xljor In the city today. Van Be\ans, of the Antioch Messrs. Long Collins, Williams i T
j visitor WOLFE[ ij ON THE[ CORNER "
.:Jess Walter Creekmore, White and I
*k -'- settlement. Is a business visitor in the Dr. Creekmore. Mrs. Yancy Byrd | New York Life Accepts Xotes for

f Allen and sister Miss Roxie, ofjjford. city today. Premiums.In .
: Bl acted as chaperon. They returned
are In the city shopping to- -- --- -- -- the present stringency In the i'

lion W. G. Smtih, the Government Mrs. George, of Branford, was a at a late hour after having enjoyedthe I money market, I will accept notes i
Vftf.- evening to its fullest extent.
Expert left .this morning for Lake visitor to Live Oak yesterday, return- for all or part of the premiums coming -

.J. Blonnt, of the Branford Mer- City where a meeting of the farmersof ing to Branford this morning. Whilein due on life Insurance. Interest

aatlle Company, was a visitor here that section had been arrangedfor the city she was the guest of her \ Methodist Minister RecommendsChamberlain's only 5 per cent.

him. friend, Mrs. D. G. Bardin. Cough Remedy.We B. W. HELVENSTON,
jsterday. have used Gbamberlain's Cough
Agent New York Life Ins. Co.
Remedy in our home for seven ,
IJ W. Carver of Columbia, paid H. B. Blunt, of the Branford Mercantile Hon. Wm. G. Smith, the Government years '
and it has always proved to be a re- :::il; ; : : :: : : I: IT I
4/Democrat a pleasant call this Co". was In town this mornIng I
soil expert, who addressed the t
liable remedy. We have foud that it i r
making extensive purchases from
iReraooa. meeting here Monday, was in the city would do more than the manufacturers !li HAVE YOU
,if one of our leading merchants. lie
for a short while again today. lie claim for it. It Is especially i II NOTICED THE
"Step Hogans, of the White School returned to his home on the noon
good for and whooping cough
settlement, Is a business visitor train. has just returned from Lake City and
goue Rev. James A. Lewis, S lXI'I'OLAD'fRTISIG
la the city today.Mr. Jasper, where he had appointments B
Pastor Milaca. Minn. M. E. Church.
Congressman Clark and :Mrs: Clark, Mr. Smith desired us to express to
Chamberlain's cough Remedy is H AND OFFER IN THE !
.E. H. Raines, of Wellborn, was who accompanied him here on his the people of the county his appreciation .
sold by Barclay & Groover and all
lithe city today and omved his sub- visit to our city. left this morning for of the large audience that met druggists. nov-w a LADID' i tl KVIC JOURNALom

rr'ptioa:l! to the Suwannee Democrat Washington, where they go to the him here. lie said that it was by far \\' I IICXME COWANIOXNVmiMXXV

opening of Congress on next Moa- the best one he had jet met in Florida EVENING POST j jttLLICir '
one year. '
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, day. and that the people here seemedto
\ To Whom It May Concern: .I : >, DCLINEHTOK( : &c.ll i j
Sheriff Jack Grey, of Talla- have more enthusiasm over the
Deputy I I
All Indebted to either
parties us Ii
ias&ee,1t'as In the city awhile yester- Mr. J. 11. McGee, orWellborn, and work than any he has come in contact i i
on account or note, will please comeIn i ll SMIM PRODUCTS ;
bj. He came down for a prisoner Mr. P. D. Clardy, of Emerson, were with.Ir.. Smith will make a and make 8e'tlen.rrt before De 10 $1.00 .

tilt was being held for him hee by i pleasant callers at the Democrat of- special report to the department on ember the fifteenth shall i ,
as T'f" positively --
Sfceria Ric\erson.to. fice jesterday. They were in the city his meeting In Live Oak, and whilehe li
for the purpose of hearing the ad- was not in position to state yet turn over to our attorneys all ; t: Fill in one of the coupons from
accounts and notes on that date. r above Journals with our name as
Little dress of Hon. W. G. Smith, of the from the conversation with the representative -
Joel Hogans living on w2-lt M. I.. BURNETT & CO I r Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL
Rinr. died this morning of tuberco- United States Department of Agricul- of the Democrat, we are -.. it LABORATORY, with One Dollar. ..
glad to believe that if the detriment will send order
ture. They you an on
tai. and will be buried tomorrow. ,
establishes the plant and seed breeding NOTICE.Notice I i us for the ten products. (Retaili
Baleires! a husband and two small : value $2.70.
stations in this district for which Is hereby given that the
dildrea, to whom the.Democrat extends From Wednesday Daily. -
Mr. Clark is working Suwanaee undersigned as administrator of the ( -- ,
sympathy In this sorrow. Mr. Home, of Tiger Lake, Is In the 1ft
county will come in for a recognitionthat Estate of J. A. Adams, deceased, will

city today. the on Monday, the 13th day of January.
will be a recompense for enthusiasm 'H Suwannee
Sieril Rickerson made a short .
; manifested the meeting li>08, present his vouchers, receiptsand
trip ,to Branford yesterday and unexpectedly T. C. Williams of o'.t3ri'M1, Is in u
here Monda*. Of course if these sta- report of and for the Estate of
) ran up with a negro the city today, trading.t J. A. Adams, deceased, and thereupon
tions are established. SQWaDAI eco
,nllfed.for murder In Levy county. 1 Drug Company I
ntj's claim will be filed earl and apply for his final discharge is 'II
"H e brought him back to enjoy the G.V.. \dams, of Norwood. Is a I'
will no doubt be one of the favored administrator of the said estate
loeplfclity of the for awhile. today.
Jail visitor in the city J, \\ETHEKLINGTON., .. .. _
localities ... ., '"'''''"''' "I_,.II '" ..
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Mr. Worth W. Trammell, State J. Mass, of Ro *urg. was seen t2'o
A. 1 ******++*+-H W-H H" -'*+**+**+***++********++++ *+*+*+++++. .31ItEII .+: III

tooi and Drug Inspector, who was on our streets this morning. J > . ...*.... .....-*....++.... . .......................+++ f
,b our city last week, stated that all !

dealers la foods and drugs should in- .\ K. Evans, of the Camp Ground i

ifld fen! regulations themselves, and as to that pure they food shouldtee law settlement ia in town rafting today, | i 2/ou Wish to fake 2ottrWay. Own I i

that all their goods were made Wellborn ill
wept to -
te conform to the law. Mr. Tram- Miss this Sue afternoon Hemwieg to sped Thanksgiving Wiis:

tell> farther said that the department ,fin
with her 1 i tr. D2/JorldP
tiC lot desire to cause Inconvenience --- ill ill illIi

.to that tie It manufacturers and dealers, but judge RK. of L ranlle, aad one __-=, IF SO,
would insist on the law be-
citizens of Suwannee I
!to of the oldest
complied with i
and where It was tide afternoon 1i
tosd county, is on our streets
that .
the law was being ignor- I.. I"J .t

*t and disregarded, prompt action II ; :t I

raald be taken in the premises. t ; : I
of Wellborn, called 4t i
R. M. Carver f t -
oIIce yesterdav :4* +
ran the Democrat !
: Tnesday'g Daily. at : I
'1-: afternoon aDd adw ed tU suV j "
$ .Chancer, the + .
Wilmarth., is in date to the Weekly Democrat

\.;..titra'.c-an. business today. Mriptioa owe year. i i : i ij:

: Ii''
k w: F. Dennard of Dowling Park .\.It'IIf Cow ami (_11. i : : .

L .ba the city today on business. : : ii:
little white *"
with + {
brindle cow.
tu One + I' 11
brass knobs os horns. + + \
xwJ C. hip
Crawley of Hairs Mill, it a i OR each .I.t I.
taes3oisitor In the city today. I and wearing leather halter has heifer :t: f'I "i Hit-M in-K.rd:?" l Otninv'eial! Shtthand} } an TtU'irraphv ''

yearling of about same color with t It i.-lltxv ,n \..rth Florida.W! sv" ';art POSITIONS for : ;

i'1.y. Ballard of Thomasville. Ga., brass ring in nose. this Finder offlce will and all irnuKiat'f: A i l

k"me return, or notify + +
city for
a few da's' vlett.t

get reward. d'lCUfl..1 t i; Sl'IIOLAP.SIIIPS ; 1"i= I

!...&!":1*. Roberts visitor in the pine city Mount today., is a Mr Robert of O.I'.riatit's Burke Die.Elnora. NV 4I*+ *tt $40 $50, $75 and $90 ill: ,; l!!

to usei'oley's
Lefever I &
of Luraville. is a ., writes: "Before ;1 t
.eas visitor in the today. Kidney Cure 1 had to get up + +* _V =- : :* '' .
city -
i :=;= .
times a night t
nom twelve to twenty 1' \vini: 1.l: l'In: : rni.o.iiNDSITUI. nuf'l I. \H +
!!=J; 'Floyd, of the Camp Ground and I was all bloated up with drops : t I It

ment., Is a business visitor in and no eyesight was so impaired 4 SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE. it| i ,
family |
tit_f? today, I could scarcely see one of my t ,
room. I had given up Il
the : : !
across Corner Ohio Avenue und Conner Street
when a friend recommended : + :;
.J living.
aTe secured the agency for hope of One 50 + o. S. SYHI'N, : : j .
; Foley's Kidney Cure. : 1.. ,1. .\'
laxative Fruit Syrup, the new :lr LIVE OAK FLA. :
',that makes the liver lively rent bottle worked wonders and before + : I'-ill.'ut .md 1'rinciiul. : 'f. rf
the Third bottle the + .20. .
taken .
_ r-ad
the breath, cures headachy + I.'I

tea the digestive organs drop:Y tad, gonE., as well disease as all"other City .+,. f. . ,.., . . . . . . . . ....... . .. . . . f.f r"

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I TO REDUCE ACREAGE.Plan the unfortunate young lady described OIWINANCE0.63.. ....6..88..8..8...................... ',tie
yesterday.The WIrQIrt
\. to Plant Less Cotton Arranged young lady was killed by an An Ordinance Requiring the Payment !

t By Directors of Farmers Union. incoming passenger train from River{' of a License Tax by Any Person fLive Oak Bottling Works
j Persons, Firm or Corporation who
: New Orleans La., Nor. 23.-A planto Junction, due to arrive here at 7:30 I Purchases or Contracts for the piJ
< reduce the of cotton next o'clock Friday night
acreage Purchase of Clearing House Certificates -
R. H. Holmes
r year in an effort to control its price, in the City of Lire Oak Prop. J
tonight the board of Always Was Sick.
was arranged by
When Florida, at Less than the Face Manufacturers and bottlers of Coca Cola Iron Bret '=
directors of the Farmers' Educational a man says he always was ,
and Protective Union of America.A sick-troubled with a cough that Value Thereof for the, and Violation Imposing Hereof.Be aPenalty Peach Mellow Rasporte, Gino, Lemon, Strawberry, ..H:1 s

meeting was called to be held in think lasted all winter-what would you I It ordained by the Mayor and Orange, Sarsaparilla, Chocolate, Cram Soda, Sherry, :

Memphis on January 7 next to lay : sick since if he should say-he never was i i City Council of the City of Live Oak, Vanilla, Pineapple, Bananna, Buckeye Root Beer, (none
uselng Ballard's I!
this plan before the cotton farmersof HOre-I
the South. hound Syrup. Such a man exist Florida: better and few equals.)

The proposed reduction in acreageof Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado, I Section 1. It shall be unlawful for Dr. Pepper and 10i
writes i any person, persons, firm or corporation -
; : "For years I was troubled
cotton is to fix the minimum price !
of cotton at about 15 cents per ; wIth a severe cough that would last I 1 to purchase or contract to pur- Jersey Cream i
pound. i all winter. This cough left me in a : chase within the city of Live Oak, I ,.,

"The union controls 6,000,000 : miserable condition. tried Bal- !1 Florida, any of the Clearing House And a great variety of other Fruit Flavors not mentioned.

bales today," said President C. S. :i lard's Horehound Syrup t and have not I Certificates Issued by the trustees of Suffice it to say, that if its good we have it. Our pride and

Barrett of Georgia, of the union .! had a sick day since. That's what It 'j the Clearing House Association, comi own fprduction SUWANNEE GINGER ALE are unequaledin I 4
i posed of banks doing business in the
"and we are confident that at least 65 did for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug quality and richness of flavor. Look for our Trade Mark
of Live
Co. i city Florida at and for PI
per cent of this can easily be held off nov-dw
Label the of Indian maiden.
i,a less sum than the face value of bearing image an
the market without any suffering re i i such certificates, unless such person, None genuine without it. A fine leader for Jobbers and
Nearly Drowned in Tub.
sulting to the farmers through lack
of sufficient funds and supplies from j persons, firm or corporation shall Wholesale Grocers. Our plant is up to date in every partic-
(Starke Telegraph.)
have first paid to the Tax Collector
other crops. I shall be greatly sur ular, being operated entirely by electrical power and none
Dashwood, the infant son of Dr. :i of the City of Live Oak a license taxi ofI
prised If we do not see cotton selling i but DISTILLED AND FILTERED WATER used in the prepara- ,
and Mrs. P. D. Hicks i of Five Hundred Dollars, and procured .
came near
at 15 cents per pound before Jan. 1, tion of our goods. Yours for business and best of drinks,
a license from the said city.
drowning Monday in a tub of water. ]|
1908 but believe that reduced
acreage next season will make it The little fellow Is just large enough i, Section :. Any person, firm or Box 44 Live Oak Bottling Works. Phone 65-2R I

i Ito walk, and while in the yard with I corporation, or the officers thereof, .
even higher. i ?& Mf .
his father stole around the house and 1: who shall purchase Clearing House :
It Is proposed to establish agencies NOrtiflates
began to play in the tub of water. : without first paying the
at Galveston, New Orleans and !!
When found a few minutes later by license tax and procuring a license
Savannah to enable farmers to keepin I II (
the father he was standing on his j
close touch with spinners and save I pro-ceding
the middleman's profit.A .. bead in the tub, scrambling to get 'I! o
out. Dr. Hicks snatched him up and a fine not exceeding Five Hundred
i had the presence of mind to stand him 1: Dollars, or imprisonment for a period F
Good Liniment.
j i Ion his head, allowing the watertorun ; not exceeding ninety days, or by both

When you need a good reliable liniment out of his lungs. The little fellow 1 such fine and imprisonment in the

try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. : had swallowed about a quart of water '' discretion of the Mayor. : 1 1.J

It has no superior for sprains and and would have drowned in a I Section' 3. That this Ordinance .J

swellings. A piece of flannel slightlydampened very short time.STAUTKD (shall take effect immediately upon its
with Pain Balm Is superior passage by the Council and approvalby

I I to a plaster for lame back or FIUK WITH OIL the Mayor. CIIAS. II. BROWN, ,j Taken night and morning it relieves INDIGESTION. 1
pains in the side or chest. It also relieves I President City Council. I CONSTIPATION, BILLIOUSNESS, HEADACHEand

rheumatic pains and makes And Whole Family turned In Cons Attest: S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. all the ills coming from a neglected LIVER. itI

, sleep and rest possible. For sale by quence. t, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the ) CONSTIPATION is one of the curses of civilization and the
\ Barclay & Groover and all druggists City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby many injurious nostrums taken for relief only help the trouble.
, Wheeling W. Va., Nov. :2C.-As the The bowels. e freed at the .
novw.l'Ol"'sH certify that the foregoing Ordinance I time of te pcbonou reface. but they ar left
'I result of an attempt to start a fire a weakened condition.
No. 6S was regularly passed by theCity LEMON
with oil in her home b.AMAR'S' LAXATIVE tones up the Brer tad
today near I Council on the ISth day of Nov ena without medicine.

I LADVS SHOCKING DKATIIKilled here, Mrs. J. F. Deshler is dead, her ember A. D. 1907, and titer same is .elUent L L fgrm.L Is*Sold purely by.til' fi it WHcora-xmnd Clam Druggist and fa Mtnw'i reined put ia eoa-
I ;i. husband was seriously injured in an !
hereby certified to tne Mayor for his LAMAR TAYLOR CD.
fly Engine of Seatxtard Pa Macon,
M-ngrr Train Near Jack'onville.TimesUnion the children
couple's were 'I j Witness my hand and the goal of
( 24th. burned before could be
) ly they
said City this 18th day of SovembcrA. .
Miss Alice Mosely, the 17yearolddaught'r rescued from the house, which wa. I D. 1 07.

of K. Iost>ly, who resides in destroyed by the fire. I S. P. 'MAYS, City. Clerk FOR

this county near Marietta, was ran 4,I 'Examined" approved tn V n.vfiiib.r :-' .* .
over and killed by an engine n ar The IttMl 1UN".. \\. 1:sh, A. D. 19"T G.orgi&e

her home Friday night the particulars Jennings-Do yon really think J. B. JOH 801.l. : } ,)'

of the terrible accident not being that ignorance is bliss* i --.
H<'n ;:sNot on your hf'.
made known until )'etlterda }-;. >
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of tvo-.e f..J- \\'I:<'II :T7. i 11 .' ):::' ) I. :, : t
Mostly, the father of the unfortunat you "to"1 I
; Weekly
oung lady came to the city )'{'sIer- low tl a' 1 I"II:1 al\:!:: I'i: .1 0" i 1 \ 't. ar.

day morning and gave the first news l"I"j.ral'ho! :

of the accident. According to MrMoseh. ..
his daughter with tier twos.sters -

and a 14->ear-old broth*'r, l*'ft

home to visit a friend. They walkrj You naturally! would prefer to treat yourself at home, for any form of f..'':ale

alone, laughing and singing, and hall l trouble, wouKln you ? Well, it can be done. No reason why you sh-.!J r rt
no Idea of the approaching fraL'O\O! able to relieve or cure
toTome: be your suffering, as thousands of other worn,'.) Live
When the party was crossing the railroad done, by proper use of the Cardui Home Treatment. Begin
by taking
an engine suddenly rushed! u.u II

on them, and striking :Miss .\Ikp i it

threw her several feet from !h.- n> d,
bed, killing her Instantly. The otl"T Treat Wine of Card ui

members of the party were alv> .n,

jured but none wriounlyVh >n tf"
train had passed the sifters and too well-known female tonic. For sale at all drugstores IyfkStA

titer rushed to Miss Alice but the t SS : d. of Archib! ;&LH T., writes: "My wife Iud suffered fr yenta from ."' ;e. On

could do no good, as she bad bc.n men your I gave hr the Treatment.ad DeW rho brd1y suffers at alL"tr/: t., c..... ss
killed Instantly. Her body had beer I
WRITE US A LETTER WmetodaY".tr.Op'ohaJlI&bIe64-panmustrat :aI
Boofc J
Women If ) 11 r
horribly mangled and it was: Indeed I I J-20 A.1Jress e.: l.4es AJmory your IYIIIptoms. US.nanoop retlly 1rI3 toe ant in f \ _(. ltape.
a grewsome sight which the father ol t Me.1iclne Ca.Quttanoou.T l


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1 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1907. ..i '.

k Ann nSTR.\TRIX NOTICE.. I Council Proceedings.

Notice Is hereby given that I. the Live Oak Fla., Nor. 11, 1907. I .

I undersigned, administratrix upon the I City Council met In regular Sf.S- 'i SOME STATEMENTS

estate of S. E. Thompson, deceased sion. I

will on the 25th day of November Present: C. H. Brown, president of

1907, at the court house In Live Oak. Council, and Aldermen S. J. White
Fla.. present to J, N. Conner. County J. E. Wood D. G. Bardin, J. M. Barclay REGARDING NEW THEORYFollowers

Judge, my accounts and vouchers of W. J. Hillman and T. S.

said estate for annual settlement, son. Ander-I _
approved minutes

September 20, 1907.ELIZABETH. meeting.The of Cooper and His Novel Ideas Give

I Adb'(a 1 estion, If you eat a THOMPSON, I following bills against the city !
sluch, er if you are subject to Sept. 20-60 days
d jndi stion you have no doubt Administratrix. were approved and ordered paid: I I Reason for Their Belief in Him.

breath, rapid heart beats, Special Master's Sale. I I I Est. C. Y. Byrd, $3; Live Oak ,
palpitation of the heart Pursuant (' Manufacturing Co., $201.1 Saa- With a theory that human health is Cooper's remedies. I decided to gift .
_&, n causes the stomach to to a final decree of fore-j! ; dependent on the stomach and with a them a trial, end I began to feel better ;,
swell and puff up against the closure, dated Oct. 9th, 1907, for the i!! berg $6; W. E. Hatcaer, $7.:5; H.L. mE'dlcfne'hich he says proves this at once. After taking the medicine for "

This crowds the heart and inter- sum of 1794.48 principal and the Gardner, $10.50; T. J. Lyle.1 theory L. T. Cooper, a comparativelyyoung two weeks I can say that I am a new "

to action, and in the course of sum of $ltO Solicitor's the I 1.50; J. B. Johnson, $37.50; It. ll.addock. man, has built up an immense woman. I can eat with enjoyment, the !
| Sjftj heart becomes diseased. fees, and 'I H $73; R. lI. HaJJocl following during the past year. pains in my body have left me, and I : i:
cost, made and entered : has visited of the leadIng
in the Circuit Cooper most am stronger than I have been for
Court of Suwannee County. Flor- j (streets) $107.10; Mays Bros., $a; I cities of the country, and in each [years. r

Kodo1F Ida, In that certain Ij. S. Kinkaid( US.H; Hair Ilard-j city has aroused a storm of discussion I, "1 cannot say enough for Mr.Cooper's f
cause therein .i about his beliefs and his medicines. '
ware Co., $I; Live Oak Pub. Co. : remedies. They are wonderful
., pending wherein, The West, Flynn .\; i ; Wherever he has pone, people have for they have done everything i
((33.33 j
: for Dyspepsia Harris Company is complainant and ; Hinely Stephens Co.. $:V called upon him by tens of thousands,' tlain.ed for the.a in my case." i

[:. **** i I J. 1;. Davis and \V. E. Davis as co-'j Niagara Fall Co., $12.70; L'. J. a,.d his prer ::-c1tkn. IPS s!',.d in Immerse Ar-other etc foment by Mr. W. B.

''filial JOT eat, takes the strain off : partners doing business j! Blume & Co.. $4R.tt1 ; Me''Cull,'r'jBros. i' quantities. Stewart, 109! W. Madison St., Chicago !
y under the "ibe sale of this medicine has now
.t i heart and contributes nourishment j jtb firm name of Davis Bros. Liddiel I II ., 1.5; W. D. tti.:M. $40; T. spread over the entire country and is is as follows: "I have had stomach I.
and trouble for
ud health to every organ cf thf i |B. Walker years anyone who is
.. For Indigestion, Dyspepsia Sour | M. Davis, the wife of J. E. Davis, are I! $40.-Total $734."is. |I growing enormously each day. In view afflicted this way knows what an awful ;
\ Inflammation or the mucous defendants, and wherein Reports of Marshal, Tax Collector, of this, the following statements from distressed feeling it causes. Many a '
I, the un-I-: two of the number of followers
4 jesEnffig the Stomach and DicesilndNervous Treasurer and Waterworks Superintendent i j great time I have felt that would give most
B dersigned, was appointed Special ] which he now has, are of general in
and Catarrh
.;* Dyspepsia Master ; were approved as read and i terest. any price to be cured. It was by accident
; to execute said final decree : that I heard of this
I ; : manCooper's
ordered filed. Miu Agnes Viggenhouser of 942 St. I
Y therefore I will, on the first remedies. I immediatelymade >
? 07 food would distress ma rnaldrf A communication Louis Avenue Chicago, has the following
r.t' per.\ and I wculd become very weak (In December 1907, same being the from the Majormaking to say on the subject of the Cooper up my mind to hut a treatmentof
of Kodol and It bnmeUwrcsmj various him. I used it for about two
I< 1 a bottl* cave ma recommendations to weeks
2nd of preparations: "For more than ten
. a few bottles lam cured. day December, during the
and it Is Impossible to tell how much
t the Council was read and ordered I broken down in health. I
"S"BllJt INO NICHOtS,Perm Yan. N.Y. legal hours ;years was
of sale
at the town of good it has don me. I feel altogether
filed. By vote of Council, the Marshal could not sleep and I was very nero

iftnnaeli trouble and was in a bad state as Ittrc8i Peacock, Florida, in Suwannee county vous. Gradually I began tb lose my different I have more life aid energy
with it I took Kodol Dyspepsia was instructed to proceed at than I have had for years. This medicine 4
sell until 1 could not remember
I fear months and it cured me. public auction, to the memory
once to have constructed a tile sidewalk from day to another. I had certainly does stimulate and
111 a KAUBLE. Nevada, 0. highest and best bidder things one
therefor for strengthen the whole system. Tired
/ I and in body
on west side of Ohio avenue, severe pains cramps my
s What You Eat cash, the following described south of and would at times see dark spots feeling and weak condition ot the
; ty, to-wit: One )'- proper-I propertyof before my eyes. I was unalle to do stomach has entirely passed away. I

1 ilatlMttta..Mck. tnttml u the L b and fixtures set up at said Miss Emma Parshly. any work whatever as my strengthwas feel well again."
,L .e.euyeta.ar.wra By vote of Council the Superintendent failing. I had no appetite nor We sell Cooper's celebrated medIcines :
rr a.. Ace.case.retre... Florida. Terms of sale cash. Pur- .of Waterworks was instjuct- could I take any medicine. which have made this wonderful E
I chaser to pay for title.J. "I had about given up hope of ever record la all parts of the country.
ed to borrow
sufficient mouewith
.. B. JOHNSON, being well again when I read of Mr. Suwanne Drug Co.
t ISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSStoL. which to pay running expenses of city
+ 1
Special Master.
water works.Ordinance. --- -- --- -- -
f.: ,' &) No. 60. which had pass Council, it passed its first reading. mOTnl' it resolved also that a
: DENTi.T.f J2 Fla. edits first reading at a session of Dy twothirdote of Council the cop of these resolutions be mailedto
Hi t 5i Solicitors for Complainant.
i eODONTU ) ,., Council on July 8th, 1907, was now i rules were now waited and saId/ the widow of Sovereign Davis

, !o!< CROWN AND UKIDGX D-wky-lmo called up and put upon its second ordinance was put upon its second The Suwannee Democrat, the Black-

i WORK,,SPECIALTIES. {| XOTICi-- OF SALK. reading, being read by sections; by I reading by title only. By vote of shear Times .and the Florence Times.

I.. 'Offices to L1sia BuiUtscJ. : Notice is hereby given that I, the tote of Council it passed its second Council it passed its second reading.By Respectfully submitted,
lHH.nSSSSSiS'S SSFBa v.s-.s s undersigned special master In chancery reading. Said ordinance was DOW I two-third vote Council, the J. II. REYNOLDS,

under and by virtue of a final put upon its third reading and final rules were further waived and said J. L. WELLS

decree of foreclosure made by lion. passage, being read by sections. ordinance was put upon its third J. Q. SCARBROUGH

M. PRICE, M. D., B. H. Palmer, judge of the Circuit Upon call of the roll, the following reading and final passage, being read Committee.

Court Third Judicial Circuit of Flor- vote was recorded. by sections.

ida, in and for Suwannee county, in Ajes-T. S. Anderson and J. IJ. Upon call of the roll the following u.ini.M: COLD
: AND :
chancery, wherein );. J. Blume & Co. Wood.Najs. vote was recorded:

I -r- are complainants, and Sam Johnson -C. 11. Brown, S. J. White, Ajea-C. H. Brown. J. E. Wood.F. tilliuu..nt' and L'aIl'till8tlon.

OFFICX THON1 15*. D. G. Bardin. J. M. S. Anderson S. J. White, J. M. For
and Janie Johnson are defendants, Barclay and W. years I was troubled with biliousness -
) ENC.'PKONEIII'.oelllear.t .
for the purpose of satisfying and pacing '- J. Hillman. Barclay. and constipation: which i

the amounts mentioned in said So ordinance No. CO failed to pass. Xays-None. made life miserable for me. My appetite
Ssmanie: Store
Drug -- anal decree. I will offer for sale and Ordinance No. 61, which passed By vote of Council the Marshalwas failed me. I lost my usual

v sell to the highest and best bidder for :its first reading at a session of the instructed to hate a scaffold force and vitality. Pepsin preparations -

11 1M....K.D G. K Crrekmor. H.D. cash, in front of the front door .)f body on July Sth, 1907, was now built for drying the city hose. and cathartics only made mat-

the courthouse, in Live Oak, Florida, called up and upon motion of T. S. On motion adjourned.C. ters worse. I do not know where 1

..Wersoa)' i Creekmore. between the legal hours of sale on Anderson, duly seconded, a substitute H. BROWN should have been today had I not

Monday, December the first, 1907, was unanimously adopted for Ordinance President' of Council Tied Chamberlain's Stomach and LIv-

'Pbysloims and Surgeons, the following described real (estate No. 61. which said substitute I S. I'. MAYS, City Clerk. ar Tablets. The tablets relieve the
UT. tak, FI.rlda. to-wit: Lot thirty-seven (37) in was entitled: "An Ordinance Requiring ::11 feeling at once, strengthen the digestive -

Oet Hildreth's Second Addition to tbe Railroad Companies owning or .\ttack of Diarrhoea Cured by One functions, helping tbe system
dyer J. C. Baisden'i store. Of
fa phone 40. town of Live Oak, Florida, in Suwan I using tracks across Ohio avenue in Itoseof ('httIlIM'rbin'% (\>1i(", to do its work naturally.-Mrs.

ice phones 16 and 131. nee county, f'lorida.Purchaser the cityo[ Live Oak Florida to provide Cholera and Di.inhwaItnuedy. Rosa Potts, Birmingham. These

to pay for title.J. !i a flagman for said crossing and tablets are* for sale by Barclay &

L. WHITE. prescribing bis duties and imposing Groover and all druggists. nev>w
lLRolasoa. A. B SMALL I I was so weak from an attack of
Master In Chancery. penalties.
diarrl-oea that I could scarcely attendto
JJOBERSON & SMALL J. L. LEE, Solicitor for Complainants By twothird"ote of Council the Some fine I'riiit.
duties when I took dnse of
-- rules were now waived and said substitute my a Our rood friend, Mr. J. it. ,

In Circuit 'ourt, State of Florida, for Ordinance No. 61 was put Chamberlain's Colic, Cboera and Hawkins, living about 12 miles

rroRNEYS -:- AT -:- LA'Y. Third Jinlici.il Circuit, SiiwaiinrvCount upon its second reading by title only. Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me entirely southeast of town brought to the

**'to ien ral )', In rlianeery.Mattic B>' vote of Council said substitutefor and I had been taking other Democrat office this morning some
practice in Stat and '
.. laiiuint. ,>.. .
: : Federal Courts.bestiut. llartln, ( II. llnnlcn. Ifc'feml.int.
I tUrSmuesl. Li WIN BUILDING It appeal-in! by affidavit appended s-econd reading. I heartily recommend this remedy as on his farm here in Sawannee t-OHti-

'hn 'PlOM N.. 190. to the bill filed in th: a\oo\(-statt'd I Said substitute for Ordinance. biiug the best to my knowledge for ty. The varieties! are the bitter

OUt : FLORIDA. cause that \\'. H. Harden. the defendant 61 was now put upon its third reading i b"wel complaints.:. G. Stewart of "**'\1. sour, sweet, and salsa ma

therein named is a nonresident and final being read b oranges grapefruit .and
passage ? kHinqaaU,
the firm of Stewart & Bro.
of the Stato of Florida and is a ,
sections. Upon call of the roll the and the speclments are fine. Mr.
J. resident of the United States, but vine, Ala. For sale by Barclay & very
B. JOHNSON more particularly unknown, and that i olio*ing rote was recorded: Hawkins is very enthusiastic em
Greeter, and all druggists. w*
there is no person in the State of A 'es--C" H. Brown, S. J. White the success he is having with his

W AW COUNSELIR AT LAW, Florida the service of a subpoena defendant.u PJ.. E. Wood. D. G. Bardin. J. M. fruit and contemplates setting out
would bind said
x LIVE on whom the Barclay W. J. Hillman and T. S. 1.ulutinn.. of 1t"ltt'"t. quite a lot of trees for another sea
OAK is
FLORIDA.rOfflce and that said defendant over
Anderson.Nays son. Some of his trees this will
is therefore year
: la age of twenty-one years; it O'Br'en: Camp \\'. O. W.. No. 182,
Whits BuildingL ,- ordered that Mid nonresident -None. have more than one thousand oranges
Nov. 15. 1907.-On the 5th of this
.. \ -- --- --- be and he is hereby required
; defendant Said substitute for Ordinance No. and all are healthy and bearing
the bill of complaint month the Almighty Ruler of the
BROOME, to appear to .;1 was now declared regularly passed splendidly. He thinks with properattention
? filed in said cause on or before Monday Universe saw fit to take from our
% and ordered certified to the :Mayer that Suwannee county can
el tni Counselor December, A. D.
at Law, the 2nd day of midst our beloved Sovereign, Clyde
190.,otherwise the allegations of said for his approval. be made as good for citrus fruit as
LIVE OAK Fptice H. Davis. Sovereign Davis was ever
bill will l>e taken as confessed by said I Ordinance No. 69, Granting an extension many other parts of the State. We
loyal to his brethren and friend
: in all the courts of the defendant.It of franchise to Live Oak commend this suggestion to others of j
Special is further ordered that this kind. generous and courteous' in all
..... attention given to COT]- week for Manufacturing Co., was duly considered our enterprising farmers, as a matter
published once his relations IB life
order be
,Wllectuin ; a sympathetic
of rents, etc. Aromptly 1 consecutive weeks in the Sowannre after which said ordinancewas worthy of careful consideration. We
eight friend and affectionate tender and
'. attended to. Democrat, a newspaper published referred to tbe city attorneys i would like to see the Industry ......- t

JTAotarv Public State at Lars i in said County and State. with instructions ,to make somebangf"S loving Soveregla. t led to stKcess throughout this **e- !
god, 1907.t Resolved That in the death of
This in the same. tion if it ran be done. Mr. Hawkins ,
Seal J. W. BRYOX.Clerk Sovereign Davis the camp has lost
t Circuit Courtj There appearing no farther business has our thanks and best wishes hot
iisiNJisjGUnion one of the most faithful, loyal and
L. I.KK, (octl-St on motion Council adjourned.C. affectionate members and workers in success' in his work.
Solicitor for Complainant.1Vith.UKal H. BROWN.
woodcraft. His many acts of kindness -
President of Council. OFF .'.01r..\ lIIXGTOX.
have endeared him to all.
: Gin is Other Treatment But S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
Sovereign, may we meet in that

:;!tnorth: end of Rock Quickly Cured h>' l1' l1n'M'rlain'4 Celestial home not made with hands j, President of Georgia I irmers* Union

; bush Kenudy.Last Live Oak Fla.. Nor. 18, !!*?. where God himself shall wipe away Will Confer With Koowtelt.Barnesville. '

Rixford winter I caught a very severe Council met pursuant to call of the all tears from our eyes.
near Ga., Nor. :23.-President ,
which lingered for weeks. Mayor. Resolved. That O'Brien
.i cold Camp deeply R. F. Duckworth of the Georgia

t: g cotton reg- says J. Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario, Present: C. H. Brown president of mourn tbe loss we hare sustained Farmers' Union left today for Washington '

i r iaf "My cough was very dry and harsh. Council and Aldermen J. )I. Bar- in tbe death of our Sovereign, and to bold a conference by appointment }

Y._ The patron- The local dealer recommended Cham clan, S. J. White T. S. Anderson J. that we extend to the bereaved wifeend with President Roosevelt.

f.'the berlain's Cough Remedy and guaranteed E. Wood. parent oar moot beart-fet t President Duckworth said he espectd '4
: public issolicited. it. so I pate it a trial. One The" call of the Mayor (explaining >:;mpathin thplr hour of deep af- to meet in Washington other mem- ,

y small bottle of it cured me I believe the object of the meetinglias read *! ,.'ionUtso'xed t.'rs of the national legislative! committee ,

.: Chamberlain's Cough Remedyto after which Ordinance No 6s introduced That a copy of these of the Farmers Union.

4 I be the test I have ever used.:' by J E. Wood a member of I solutions be recorded in the book o* He said since certificates and canal t ,

is for sale by Barclay & the City Council, was put upon Us records of our and that
This remedy camp, one bonds '\\ authorized cotton has
. Y Cij.p O Groover and all druggists. nov-w. first reading by sections. By vote of 1 page be left blank sacred to his me-j nearly $40,000,000 in nIne.r JE '


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: i. : AN INVITATIONrr 4t,

: 1E' is extended to all my friends-and customers, in fact, to every v .

citizen of Suwannee county, to come and see me when you make !I I

your winter purchases.My .
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: + stock of goods is larger than ever. Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Ladies ,

: f Cloaks; Skirts, and Hats, a general line of Dry Goods and,Groceries. 1

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\ / This store will give full value for your money, for whatever you wish to buy,
\- /. and will appreciate your patronage. :
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You will be 'J ==: a full line of the
never or< see anybody ; : I II
I, better dressed than well: do it for YOU':_ i i .. jL famous jI

with :U--c1 Boyden, and ;
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I i,, I Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes.Here's t JOh nson & Murphy, '.
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;; t4 : .- shoes I fiom $5.00 to $6.00.
, m one of the models, all wool, ; tai' 1'n'n' ,: -_ I r
and we'll fit I, ",\
perfect tailoring; any man !. \ ,y' Our stock of shirts, underwear and iIi
who little fat thin. These Ii i. r
comes, big, : '. y .j hosiery is complete. We are still hand- !'
clothes are made right. eo < ;; Qc. ifling the well known "Emery" shirt, the
iJ't. : .: best shirt made to retail at 5 J..00toSi50wont I .
You want your clothes to fit we \ <': :

sell them to you if they don't.; ,. _.., .. .,. ; .
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No name and Stetson hats always on hand t"

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