Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00189
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the Receipt Closes of Subscription. / 4L Great CaudF As the A

p'tiahington, Nov 29. The final Penza, Eiropean Russia. Nov. 29.

-_ of allotments of the 2 pe? -The police of Ufa were alarmed

one-year certificates was de- last night/owing to a report that an

unounced Secretary Cor. attempt would be made to blow up

today flue declared that no the trail bearing Secretary Taft and '

neat* had/been made or would saSAlocf his party tomorrow toward St. t

made after[his announcement of Petersbur, and fifty soldiers were

y e ieduy night; that no further stationed inXhe corridors and ves-

1ptloo> would be considered. SAN yam' .- \ v/ Oj' tibules of the cars_ at Ufa and remained -

ally, all the allotments are to \ on guard until morning. The
I IEr If
I banks which have agreed to train proceeded slowly and with

out circulation great caution throughout the night.

.5lt.li said that the amount of the Secretary Taft will be received by

oenti made will not materially Emperor Nicholas$ Tuesday morningnext

fZ5.000.000. X / ii and a reception by Minister of

TDa offersfor/the.Panama 2 per Foreign Affairs Iswolsky has been of-

atbonds;,> were still reaching the fered for Wednesday night conditional -
today fin large numbers. To- upon the ability of the secretary -

"siterioon the receipt of sub- I 4i to delay his departure from St.
Petersburg until Thursday and he
cloies. The number 'of i -
ely apjjroximates the number 1 probably will leave for Hamburg

for theHoan* of July 20. IIII1'liiiii a Thursday nook.1KCTOR .

I. Then an offek of $30.000,000 '
Subscribed tote amount of \ KILLED )fnISI-x.}.
(41,000.000. or about fifteen times 1 F I /1 I 1
i amount offered \ ta New York Eye' Specialist Sent Bullet

Through Mouth In Tampa.

a SHOT IN MEXICO Wj2. Tampa Nov. 28.-Dr. F. M.

,, : Blake, aged 55, an eye, ear and
*T"of 'Three Americans Who .. throat specialist who came to Tampa

#. bownlttedMurder to Get from New York about a year 'ago,

l '; :. latorancr. committed suicide this morning at

.f"\WaablI1I )B, D.- C., Nov. 28.-The A I his home, Nebraska avenue, by
18t Department is not disposed to shooting himself in the mouth witha
I .
Mile spy action In the matter of tile -tJl; twenty-two caliber rifle. Just before -

t{ijpali which may have been made :t, t the act he told, his wife that he
t .
Ia i alf of Dr. Charles Harle, C. T. had just taken enough morphine to

I Is1llCLaidson. and Ay? F. Mitchell, .the -- McCutcheon in Chicago Tribune. kill him, and would be dead In a few

I IhreLAmericans: who are under sen- -- -- --- minutes. His wife ran out to sum-
I : ce to :be bhpt in Chihauhua, DRAINED EVERGLADE: : LAND MISTAKEN FOR A TURKEY ESTOYS GREAT FRIT.I mon neighbors. While she was

I,; IEerico 04 December 6. } away the doctor s1\'ot himself. Malan-

: :;.Jk* three men Hs ere convicted of Is Now Put On the Market It" Intt'r-I and Killrd by 1IU Idotherlule I! His Own Record 6 of Forty Year: cholia, due to ill health and misfortune -

j I : .... er committed Jn 1904. and their nal IlIIl'ron'nwnt Tru.t"t'S. I Out Hunting Near Jacksonville.TimesUnion AK In to Chicago. is ascribed as the cause.
bae,been Walt:
carried all
I .L through Tallahassee Nov 26.-The trustees ( .) Chicago 111, ov. 29.-Twenty-
! .le nrta. of Mexico, but the judg- I 'I'llISOX IS' CONVICTEDAnd
of the Internal ImprovementFund South Jacksonville. Nov. seven hours : minutes were
of the has been final- --
I i( % Jed.trlal/ourt Th evidence showed have decided to sell some of This community was shocked > 28'-1 clipped by Edward Pa}"son Weston Father Acquitted of Brutal

; : they*Tdml > the Everglades lands along the day morning, when the sad news from the record for pedestrlanism Murder in Levy County
strychnine drainage canal and have issued the reached here of accident that between Portlmd, Me, and Chicago,
an oc-
j is j men naned Mitchell and I established Imself Gainesville, Fla,!'Nov. 28.-One of
following notice: curred between here and Mandarin. by \ forty years
Ttjor'the purpose the most interesting murder trials
t.; of killing when
ago today lie ended his second
Thre brothers, John. and
; 1 .;I d[,obtain ng their life In- and for Sale.A Edgar foot held in this county for several years
trip.on the two cities.
Jack Hartley, of Mandarin, left home between !
. _:: Both lyen were Insured in rare opportunity for investment I Weston's actua} time, exclusive of came to a conclusion last night at

; ', Tork company. rich alluvlan land on drainage on Wednesday morning for a turkey 9:30 o'clock when the,.jury In the
> in the
1 -; Sundays, on *resent trip was 24
hunt. They camped that night in the
. ,D Sarieiti
" < is said, was used as canal. I days, 19 hours and 15 minutes. In case of B B. Bowman and George
woods, and began to show ves-
as day
;t ,, Iby Rich rdson and Mitchell, At a meeting of the Trustees of the into 1867 he consume 25 days, 22 hours Lowman, charged with the murder of
they proceeded
terday morning
> eral petitions have come to Internal Improvement Fund of the and 40 minutes the same trip. Dunlap Phinney ,rendered a verdictof

I : >:8Ut 'Departnent" asking that State ot Florida held on the 22d day'' succeeded the swamp in in killing search of'turkeys and continued They His mileage, according fpr to his mapped guilty, with a recommendation( for
one -
; ...;:IOYernmeqt intercede with of November 1907, It was resolved, the hunt. route, was 1234miles, but the mercy, in the case, of George Low-

> "Iahis. bthalf. It will notI' that the secretary give public notice and Jack went in direc- speedometer one\ the automobile man, and not guilty for his father,
Edgar one .
ere f the columns of three news- which followed him B B Lowman.
through registered 1375
s tion, while John went in another.Th. .
' )I ,> d.thJ Dr. Harle's mother papers published in this State that miles The dltft'renceas due to the The killing.of Phinney occurred
of the hunters
I : {Ater.. way t$ Washington from the trustees: are now offering! for salea I them yelping toward each other, and when fact that on several occasions Weston at Raleigh Levy county, on June S,

r to make i final appeal for her part of the reclaimed land in the I within Edward confident took -wrong rOads and thus lost and so Intense was the feeling
gunshot was
I against the. defendants that they
Lauderdale, rear distance. ,
vicinity of Fort
that he had discovered his
I game.
; aUasador Creel, of Mexico, jes8t where the dredges are in operation. I I Instead it was his brother, John, who, The veteran walker showed few were afraid they would not receive
the hands of in that
justice at a jury
I a reQuest to Jose Marie This land is very rich and being on his all-fours, continued to imitatea effects of his lon; tramp tonight. Immediately .
c -to, acting governor of the pro- adjacent to the drainage canal will turkey. Edgar fired at the mov- after reaching the Illinois county and hence were granted a

) J ti of Chihuahua, asking him to have' water transportation. lug object it not being sufficiently Athletic Club where he was entertained change of venue to Alachua county.

to| their o>path sentences to imf Plats of the land can be seen at light to distinguish It, but being confident on the conclusion of his trip, the The case was hard fought, both
eat for Jwenty years This the of the clerk of the circuit turkewhen he was examined by a physician and prosecution being
office that it was a immediately talent.
the best Im-
raa, talon by Ambassador court aUMlami, at the office of Reed after the shot was fired his who pronounced him physically represented by
mediately after the reading of the
the receipt of writ- agent, or J. W. Newman, sound.
2 many A. Bryan '
brother cried out: "My God' >ohave verdict until Monday '
court adjourned
I aPpeals frog prominent members engineer in charge at Fort Lauderdale The chief change noted was a loss
shot me. A few minutes after- afternoon when counsel for the
tress froei New York and and at the State land office at ward he was dead. of 17 pounds In weight. Today he
defense will move for a new trial
for purchase tipped the scales at 130
Applications pounds.
Tallahassee The Hartley family have quite a
i and in the event the same is denied
should be made direct to the When he ,Ieft Portland he weighed
number of relatives and friends in will appeal to the Supreme Court.
3ON E. 147 pounds.
a CASH RASIS. trustees or through lion this city, who were grieved when the

--- McLin, commissioner of agriculture. news of the sad accident reached

: Begins tiring Clearings W McINTOSH., JR. them Snu.SIIlXGTO; M.\RRIAGEOf and she wore the conventional veil

3 Ho Certificates. Secretary Trustees I. I. Fund of and carried the usual bridal bouquet.

i + ,ov. *7.-The first step Florida. Dade County Florida. is herebY I Daughter of Secretary of Stat to Miss Ruth Wales, of New York,

milt? the clearing house lutimi4 Adopted. adopted as the official plat of lands Lieut. I*. S. Grant. Jr. cousin of the bride, was the only at-
' isgugd embraced therein.Resolved I tendant. President and Mrs Roosevelt -
% = in this city was Washington Nov7. Miss
en following resolution was adopted That the seer- the of honor.
,;, r the executive committee The furthers Edith Root daughter*of the secretary were guests
N >feajo clearing house order- by the Trustees on November 21, tar} of the trustees band Is hereby of state and /Irs Elihu Root, Potter Palmer, Jr., of Chicago

I li'G Y 115,000 worth of certi- 1907Resolved: Instructed to have said plat re-:.I was married this afternoon at 4 was beat man, The ushers were
' by the Trustees of the corded in the office of the clerk of the Li ut. Robert Ralston, LIeut. Marion
we been paid back tog o'clock in the Ropt residence on
house Internal Improvement Fund of the circuit court of Dade county Florida. House, Gustar Schwab, Edward Mc- .
David R. Forgan. Rhode Island avenue to Lieut
.of the National City bank, State of Florida That a certain plat Res.olved"fnrlher, That the lots of Ulysses Simpson grant Tblrd.Tht' uean, Elihu Root. Jr., and Edward
this of lands in Township 50 South of land described in the foregoing plator W. Root. The two brother officers
II action at the weekly ceremony was performed by
tib icago Association of Range 41 East in Dade county, Florida map be sold as follows: I the Rev Howard Shipman rector of of the bride groom, as well as all

M drawn by John W. Newman, Lots touching the canal rightofway I other guests from the navy and
that the prohnUnued the Church of Heavenly Rest New
under date of November 20, 1907, at twenty dollars per acre. II marine corp who appear in uniform

Irnk 1* paid da.lly back"until and and entitled "Map of Drained Lan Lots not touching the canal Vight- York City. Miss Boot's bridal gown at the wedding wore the special full

! U s restored." in Eastern Part of the Everglades in of-way at fifteen dollars per acre. was of white satin jsind rare old lacer dress uniform of their rani.t .


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PLACE ON SALE Special Fall Combination
I +: '' WEHVEDECIDED Real Estate that will at once appeal to every '

, + ':t and woman -who can place as much as $10 a month in h real estate sav-
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks Brooches : : The combination at the low price made is just as sure to bring .
t. ing accouet.
Rings, Scarfpins, Cut Glass, Handpainted + I
f China Silverware of all kinds Teasets, : : a fifty to one hundred per cent .profit as Jacksbnville is sure to grow. It ,

Bread trays, Pitchers Knives Forks :* takes in three of the most rapidly developing sections of Jacksonville. It

Spoon. Case Cups, Child Cups, Flasks, + : "corners" the situation and makes the small In\-estor. absolutely sure of his

Corkscrews Decanters Match Boxes, : :: profits. Bv buving three lots in the Special Fall combination the investor can
Thimbles and Pencils : : The three lots [ choice from plats
the present selling prices. any ]
No. 3783, Price $685.00.GREENLEAF save on
: :I in this combination, and their present selling prices follow:

+ & CROSBY CO JacksonvilleFla : '
1 r'
l \ Murray Hill Heights, approached by beautiful Highway
, .
Jewelers Goldsmiths and Silversmiths. '
: from St. Johns drive, paved near the anew
{ avenue, paved, or
,! :t SATISFACTION GC'\R.-\'TEED. ESTABLISHED 36 "EAFoS. 1'':* million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Railway $ 200
t t t t I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I.1 I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 :t and a subdivision that! is all white, and extremely I

3 I:+ popular, present selling price -. .- .... ...- .---
\;' IHKECTOKV. I I>r. Kidb-r Called. + Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and

road in front of the Edward Waters College site ,
Kings ,
From the Bea mont Texas) Enterprise -
STATE OFFICERS. of last /Ionday we clip the 'i and adjacent to.more new cottages than any other section $3 5 0 '

following t of Jacksonville, present selling price........... -.. .. .. .
IS. B. Broward, Governor.
"At a special conference at fur + East Grand Park, approached by beautiful Kings road, a
H. Clay Crawford, Secretary ot State. First Baptist{church yesterday after + mignificent suburb, high-class, clean, strictly white and $15 0
Wm. V. Knott, Treasurer. .... ..
the 11 o'clock services Dr. Caleb A. i rapidly developing, present selling price- ..- .
t A. C. Croon Comptroller. Ridley of Liveyak. Florida was un +
W. H Ellis. Attorney GeneralB. animously called >9 the pastorate of 8700
E. McLin, Commissioner of Agri- that church. I TOTAL -

culture.W. "The committee eighteen, which I
M. Holloway, State Superintendent I were anointed j/sterday jt a week jt We will sell these combinations ; '
and $ 5 5 0
limited number,
Public Instruction. ago, reported urJmimously on Dr. ,
Ernest Amos State Auditor. Ridley* as their /choke, and t 'Jchurc'h I until otherwise advised for -

W. B. Saddler Assistant Auditor. voted heartily on his call 112 I :I: The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bought only in
wired ( W. Carroll
was by leorge
/ : these combinations at the phenomenally low rate of $550. and on the easy terms of_$10
SUPREME COURT.T. advising him of the action of
the church. / but as jet he cash and S10 a month without interest or taxes.
M. Shackleford Chief Justice; has not replied! It is thought, however Only a limited number of these combinations will be sold. Therefore, ACT QUICK.
A. W. Cockrell J. B. Whitfleld that he will not reply but will + Leave the selection to us and we will give you absolutely the best choice unsold, guaran-
1;'cowick Taylor R. C. Parkhill, W. await the lettei which followed the teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots. We issue a straight coniract for. deed.

A. Hocker, Associate Justices. telegram. i Our titles are absolutely perfect. We guarantee ever lot high and dry.

"While it is D\ t Assured that he PLACE SAVINGS IN JACKSONVILLE DIRT.
will accept the cal\ It Is pretty well Jacksonville the gateway to Florida, is the most rapidly growing city in all the South,
Hudson Burr Chairman; N. H. understood by mane that were closely *+ perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six years ago, it is today a city of over fifty
I i Butch J. L. Morgan. Royal C associated with while here, + thousand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan city-

I'i i Dunn Secretary.i that he will accept rim call. If such I i made up of a fine citizenry from all sections of the world. It is one of the cleanest, healthiest -
i i I is the case he \ here to' ccost beautiful cities of its size in America. It is a city of magnificent homes
I mER OF CONGRESS SECOND take up the work about January 1 j! churches, schools. It is a citd with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach every
; DISTRICT. The Enterprise says further: port of the world. Great trunk railway lines connect the four corners of the United

Frank Clark. Florence ("rittntJon Home. I States. It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe, sound, profitable real estate .
I investments. It has never had a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values ,
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. "It was learned j while Dr. KiUiey follow natural causes. The city is growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming the l
was here yesterday b week ago whenhe :: centers of business and residential activities. Real estate values in the city alone increased '
B. II.
Palmer Judge.
filled the pulpit tit the First Bap-I over a million last 'ear-the suburbs increased in a greater proportion. \
1 Cary A. Hardee State's Attorney. tist church at the 1\ o'clock servif-e I 2 1i
and at night that he\Is in full sym-I| i

: COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. pathy with the work tet on foot by.;. The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of -00,000 and assets of $800,000. _
B. Johnson, State Senator. Dr. White and will take a great deal :i Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the South. 1
of pride in the sanitarium, and under, As to our reliability and financial standing, ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE. f
MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE- his management, it wall be a DEVELOPMENT CO.,
SENTATIVES.W. He will, also, take nip the SUCCeS5-1* Jacksonville Fla. J
R. Dorman. W. H. McClellan.J. work for fallen w men N. B.-We publish on the 1st and 15th of each month THE INVENTORR' GUIDE. If you
one of the plans o/ Dr. White, and 1 are interested in real' estate and desire to place your surplus savings in the safest and

N. Conner County Judge.J. will soon hate a F] rence Crittendon ![ most profitable security on earth, tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE: I
Home established ere. I J. D. CO.
W. Brjson Clerk Circuit Court.J. (
Dr. J. L. White 1 ad it arranged for ,
H. Rickerson Sheriff. Mr. Crittendon the millionaire 1:!!+++++++**:H I. H H.'f.t+++F+I"t 1-+++ III I H.I..M. II II II II U.I t I M 1 M i H Ml 11 H 111Drowned >
G. B. Lord Treasurer.J .
I philanthropist to lie here in D eC1-i --- -r- f
X. Meeks Tax Collector.A. \
of iK ChocUwahatchee. I ,
ber looking to tha establishing ;
D. Hemming Tax Assessor. such a home but jit Is understoodthat / JUST ARRIVED :
i (De unlak Breeze. )
I J. E. Wood. County SuperintendentPublic II the proposedpit has been postponed I \
Instruction.H. until January, when Dr. Rid I During the corm last Friday after-

E. Carter. Judge Criminal Court I ley will take the /matter up. Mr. : noon Capt Wm/ owell left Capt. II. 2 Cars Flour
i Reddick II1e in his .
of Record.O. Crittendon has twahe of these homes I W. at Fou -

McCollom, Solicitor Criminal established in i various places I fishing boat in comrany with Hubert
Court. throughout the Uitel States, and it ,I Cohran and Fran Jones. They had 1 Car Meal and Grits,
is his intention tojmake; Beaumont a I i gone but a shor/distance before the
1 i M. Hawkins. Clerk Criminal CourtCOUNTY headquarters fron'which he will'! mast was carriaA away and the boat 1 Car Carckers and Candy. J

operate through his agent, looking !I foundered. D ring the night Sowell
COMMISSIONERS. to the establishment of other homes.Dr. I I and Cohran /tempted to reach the M .1

W. A. Tison. Chairman; M. L.Burnett. J. L. Whitq, who has resignedthe ;'! shore: on a hatch Jones, and hate not been Let us have your orders for Ap: '
J. J. Dempsey. J. II. pastorate of tills church will begin ; seen since. remained on the I

Grant. H. H. Davis. work at Gryensborough, N C.. I: boat and Cap. Reddlck could hear I pies, Bananas Oranges Grapes Nuts
-- hU new charger January 1. The him' calling fort help but had no boat ,
i COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. church here regretted very much to In which he cojild go to the rescue and Candies.
give him and it was Sat rda>' morning beforehe i
E. R. Wise, Chairman; A. D. Puter- up. | could get to him. It is quite certain : Remember the Tampa Club Cigars

baugh R. II. Carver. that Sow el 1 and Cohran were I
A Hard Debt to Pay. They are the best.
drowned but so far as we have heard j i

i CITY DIRECTORY. "I owe a debt of gratitude that can the bodies have not been recovered i ii i Pay us in Clearing House Certificates.
J. B. Johnson Mayor.C. never be paid off' writes G. S. Clark, i i

H. Brown, Alderman and President Westfield, Iowa, "for my rescue .:JNJ Examined Free. !
City Council. from death byDr. King's New Dis i I Live Oak Commission .
S. P. Mays, Clerk Assessor and con'r). Both lungs were so seriously Dr. R. Goldstein the Tampa eje Brokerage
Treasurer. affected that death seemed Immin- specialist, who was in our city a I I
T. S. Ander- ent, when I commenced taking New short time ago, and treated as well
S. J. White.
I OLD AJ C.) l. .* *:
son J. M. Barclay W. J. IIfllman.J. fsco\'ery. The ominous dry hack- as fitted glasses to many of our best FREIGHT, DEPOT : ;
ing cough quit before the first bottle citizens will be in Live Oak Friday -
E. Wood. J. L. White.W. *
; Visiting Merchants Conha7lyinvk mike he .
and Saturday November 29th and are to lI..Ir '
was used and two more bottles madea quarters while in the cit .. .
complete cure." Nothing has ever 30th (two days only), with office at''i ,
H. Lyle. Superintendent City
Works. equaled New Discovery for coughs, Hotel Ethel. Take advantage of hU j! !
Water colds and all throat and lung com- skill and consult him in regard to
Marshal and $;
B. H. Haddock. City
Sanitary Inspector. plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & your ejes. Dr. Goldstein is well- PA. W WARREN ,
Groover druggist. 50c and $1.00. known throughout the state of Florida -
W. D. Wright Police. Trial bottle free. nov-dw and we do not hesitate to recommend -
him to the public. tf REPAIR .
Fame is to\ a living what an
to your horses as well as to yourself. epitaph is tortSc survivors: of the WhaVll/'L&menU'd. OVER THE AUCTION HOUSE. '

You need not suffer from pains suffer.of dead. / \ "Why so d e]e'ed, Baron We are now ready for business. Furniture repa."r ;. leather '.:
sort-your horse I Hard C!
any .Iu w\fe ran away with
repairing harness
Lini shoes, etc.
Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow chauffeur-I'll nevw get such a good
ment. It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts KODOL Is offered on a guarantee man again.-Fliegande mater.DeWitt's For any kind of novelty work such as oaked safe, \, ash skn&
for the relief of heart burn
plan 1
Bakersfield Mo., writes: 1 flatulence sour stomach belching ot wardrobes writing desks, book and show case, ice b yes, refnfr

have used your Liniment for ten gas nausea, and all stomach trou- Carbolized Witch Hazel erators, center.or-
years and find It to be the best I bles. It digests what you eat. Itwill Salve is healing and soothing. Good made, to order. We will varnish, paint or enamel all l H : ds !

have ever used for man or beast. make you healthy. Sold by Live for piles. Sold by Live Oak Drug mture. pianos, organs and mantels We min to do tl :: business- :*.

Sold by Su*'annee Drug Co. nov-dw Oak Drug Co. novel I Company. nov-d I(I I Give us a trial. Charges reasonable. rw


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Live Oak M'f'g. Co.. 1

Manufacturers of .

Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights,

Power and Turpentine.Electric .
mmfty l

Lights in any part of the city furnished for

i /- Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable 'rate.

." Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing -
; :
; universal testimony Red Rock purposes.

Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special -

') ,Fruit Punch has been awarded attention, and all orders promptly filled.

r *: the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and

w, 'success to all socIal functions, and should be prepared in accordance flooring. Come and get our prices.

1i with the following:


:P (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) .

.pry, 1 POUND

'rCrnsh anQVemons' chop Pineapple fine, cover with sugar,

.' .; allow to stand press out the JUIce and add to this juice the I I

" '-. 'pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving addthefour I i
quarts of Red Rock :I ///i'oi/ ,4IdLf PURPCSEA

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i I \UTEU. I Will furnish at cost for
power a trifling
in Notice is hereby given that the' :No
LProoffs fheComptzr/ion I nerpurposr engineer irquintL Every
y t undersigned Incorporators will after fanner ran utilize TIe "Charter" in a dozen '
I four weeks publication of this notice : wajs We hale them In am bane power '
apply to Honorable X D Broward I We are the largest dealers in Honda, and i
Governor of the state of Florida, foi i on supply your wants at a sating to you.We .
j # the issue of Letters Patent incorpor also sell Marine Engines; Motor Boat ;
ating them as a body corporate under I Supplies; Pipe; Fittings etr
Prove the corporate name of Brown-Thoma. Write for beautiful illustrated catalog.
d NStJ ,son Drug Company, with the follow I No. 9 ,
s : iO'OiIt.r
KX ing proposed charter hereto attached I
to this notice:

yourself W. L. ULMER
M qdd.rrr
Oopy of Charter.
Article 1. The name of this corporation
shall be Brown-Thomasor

,. Drug Company, with its place of business wit: C. S. Brown F. E. Thomason by certified to the Mayor for his ap
in the city of Live Oak Florida W. L. Ulmer, V. Granberg and \V 11. proval.
together with such other branch offices -
the Board of
Jones shall
compose seal of
Witness my hand and the
in said State or United States Directors.
as may be determined upon by the Article. 6. The highest amount of said city this 6th day of November j
Y j.t Board of Directors of said corpora Indebtedness or liability to which the A. D. 1907. t

ocular whose and and tion.Article corporation can at any time subject S. P. MAYS City Clerk.
people pride name 2. The general nature of itself shall be twice the amount of Its Examined and approved by me,
the business or businesses to be tran- stock at said time actually
f ; In product goes into their stationery have sacted by said corporation shall be a capital paid in to said corporation. this November 6th, A. D. 1907.

fared Bond of for general retail drug business includ Article 7. The names and resi- J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor.
; ... Coupon irrespective price ing the buying and selling for profitof dences of the subscribers to the stockof i
fifteen all drugs chemicals toilet articles said corporation is as follows: A llomaule.
wr'" years. and each and every other goods C. S. Brown, Lire Oak, Florida "
"Plesse hands
\ hold un/ our
and merchandise usually carried
the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care wares in a business of like character; twenty F. E. Thomason Live Oak Florida Whethe, pe strlan heard the

, methods that make for firmness and perminance are to maintain and operate for profit a twenty shares. form of retjuwrt he knew the woman
wholesale drug business includingthe W H. Orange Bend Florida
footpad him.
) M wasy4ipon
l' Its beau-
; ; tad making f1nWr'r manufacture of drugs and chemi twenty shares
"I'd miun rather have yours to
.1, color and texture, its remarkable toughness and eracDualities call and all other articles incident to V. Granberg, Live Oak Florida hold," he/replied, gallantly.
said business; to maintain and oper- twenty shares.
; make it only a distinctive paper-but the de ate, for profit a retail and wholesale W L. Ulmer Lire Oak, Florida "Vfey, I must say you are a rude '

..i and Incomparable paper for all business correspond- mercantile establishment engaging twenty shares. thing she rejoined and lowered j
read- therein in the buying manufacturingand State of Florida. her thus the incident F
will compel weapon
Write letters so that they a :
,_ your sale of all classes of commodities County of Suwannee.
write them onji9tP incident to said business; to buy, Before me this day personallycame :-Philadelphia Ledger.
own, rent or otherwise use and dis- C. S. Brown, F. E. Thomason I I
pose of real estate houses and lots W L. Ulmer W H. Jones and V. A Significant Prayer. '
and timber lands; to enjoy all the to me well known who on
( ( @ N) lID @\ Gkt l [ ) benefits, privileges rights and fran oath Granberg.deposes and says that they signed I "May the Lord help you makeBuckleD"
\ Arnica Salve known to
chises guaranteed by the laws of the and acknowledged the foregoing,
I ,'f.'strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing State of Florida in the conduct of proposed charter for the uses and .all," writes J. 0. Jenkins of Chapel
COStS the aforesaid business. j Hill N. C. It quickly took the pain
omorehthan @lWj2)@OO[ ffi1Q( ) l U) Article 3. The amount of the purposes therein set forth. I I
other'good capital stock of said corporation shallbe Witness Whereof, I hare here i out of a felon for me and cured it ina

j *papers-but no other bond poper will serve Ten Thousand Dollars (10.000)), unto set my hand and seal this wonderfully short time." Best on

-* you as wellUOOCPOM consisting of one hundred shares, ember 14, 1907. r-ov-1 I earth for sores hums and wounds.
which said shares shall be of par B. W. lIELVE STO 25c at Barclay & Grover drug
s. Co. value of one hundred dollars $100) Notary store. noT-dw
American Writing Paper
BOND Uok .bowing
"* MirtU-BablKM and eotortiMir per share and said capital stock may
"* UM paper pnnU will ba of the Com be paid for in cash merchandise ORDINANCE No. 66.
Ma>kktleaemeof.lealprtat- largest Manufacturers labor and services, all of which shall There la No Reason
zJMjf***who can lupplyou-Ifj mercial Paper in the World. be approved in value by the Board of An ordinance imposing a penaltyon
j frttt u on your tweiaew Uu 29 MI s. HOLYOKe, MASS.THE Directors; said capital stock may be physicians for failing to report to why your baby should be thin, and .i

increased in the discretion of said the Mayor of the City of Lire Oak,:I fretful during the night. Worms are

corporation In the sum of Twenty- certain Infectious or contagious diseases the cause of thin, sickly babies. It

five Thousand Dollars $25,000), ten within his is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe
coming practice
cent of which said capital stock
f91IfD per shall be paid in to said Company before within said City I fat and sleep well. If your baby
Patent does not retain its food don't ex-
the issuance of Letters
I BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor
for which periment with colic cures and other
Article 4. The
and City Council of the City of Lira
this corporation is to exist shall be i medicine but try a bottle of White's
Oak :
:: SUNSHINE of the Sunny South ninety-nine >ears I'Cream Vermifuge, and you will soon
Section 1.-Whoever, being a licensed
annual :
I lives in bottled Coca-Cola. Thisgreat Article 5 The regular se your baby have color and laugh as
> meeting of the stockholders of said or practicing physician within
it should. Sold by Suwannee DrugCo.
I} American drink has now become. corporation shall be held in the office the City of Live Oak. Florida, failsto
-' necessity. Invaluable in of the Company in Live Oak, Florida, report Immediately to the Mayorof nov-dw
Household first :Monday in
after the
and the tribulations on said City every case of yellow fev- I
straightening out domestic trials January of each year at which time i The Postmaster of Gasconado, Mo., 1
to shall elect a Boardof er, small pox, cholera, diptherla.
",- : of housekeeping. From grandson said Daniel A. Bugh, says, "I cannot say ,
Directors and attend to such other scarlet fever, and scarlitina that
; i. want and offers too much for your Kidney & Bladder
; long-felt before
grandfather, it fills matters as shall properly come comes within his practice within said
for spring indispositions said stockholders in meeting assembled : Pills I feel like a new man." De- .
Just the invigoration needed i city shall be punished by a fine of
to ; and the Board of Directors I Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are
It helps
and over-taxed nerves. not exceeding Five Hundred $500)
elected by said stockholders at said sold by Live Oak Drug Co. aov-d t
I solve the "Servant Problem." time, as soon thereafter as practical,I. Dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding -
shall elect a President a Vice-Presl- ninety (90) days, or both ----*****
Bottled C c-Cola Keep Even Cooks Happy and Treasurer, I DR. B. S. HOWELL ,
dent and a i such fine and Imprlsoament, at the C
the last of which two offices may beheld I, discretion of the Mayor. I Optician.The .
by one and the same person, and I
Sec.That this ordinance shall
at such first annual meeting the refractive defects of the
? aforesaid become effective immediately Its eye
9p Board of Directors elected as I upon
and and the manufacture of lenses
shall adopt blaws for the gov- passage by the Council and approvedby a I
ernment of the affairs of said corporation the Mayor specialty :
} and until and before said. I Office at Barclay & Groover Drug ti '
Y ;Live Oak Bottling Works Sole Agents first annual meeting the business or Attest Store. d."
businesses of said corporation shall I S. P. MAYS C. II BROWN, ,
be conducted by a president, a Vice- City Clerk. Pres. Council.

Y AND President and a Secretary and treasurer -I I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the City j L. A. CRAWFORD, t t
..., and until said meeting, C. 8.
t of Live Oak. Florida, do hereby certify '
SCROUP Salve Presi- 1
Brown, Lire Oak, Fla, shall be PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER \,,
If.-, dent; F. E. Thomason of Live Oak, i I that the foregoing Ordinance, o.1
Relines Croup Fla., shall be Vice-Presldent. and W 66. was regularly passed by the City I II Office Upstairs J
The Family, Safe-Guard. 25c 1ft" 5Oc.hours$1.00.Bcfna work u loon U L. timer, Live Oak, Fla., shall be'I Council on the 5th day of November Citizens Bank Building, ; ...-

lit>ZO mmutl.4)i1 cD AborW 1dsi P"-,-:.nia.CAe a m bt.. WGreulberoe or tOe&dd.4 0. I;...wi.Q the Secretary undersigned and Treasurer incorporators; and ,all to-of I'I A. D. 1907 and the same is here, LIVE OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA "1. Ik'Ii''f




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f-f-f-f .S f, :f -1 < .--f-
of '
w AS.TO. WKTY TOWJfS. but when Mtjrlryan
more said that he. too, would like to I
There is DO, excuse for a dirty ..
F Washington -
Senator Mallory in f
J every Afternoon tow than tberels for a ditty man and succeed* allegiance !
-. the Sun transferred Its C'
Except Sunday. the p'roper ,1ne sure' of energy pride f OlMiuenCe
with )
and it was all uP r.i j
I* A' I ,_ and self-respect Is all that is requiredto Trammell. He no longer basked In \

I CHAS. W. IJIVIN. Editor and 11.C'r. cure the evil in both cases. Streets invigorating emitted from !I ,
r.: habitually littered with trash .and1 those rays Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for V

,} F entered at the rostotlce. Lire Oak. I punctuator with mud-holes alleys I of Tallahassee the Broward and faction without his the senator-support 'j I the ardor with which we are pushing -U, x :
'i Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter I reeking with1'refuse, neglected ir e- The ;
la. future looted dark. Indeed.
"' November 7. 1905. walks or no sidewalks at all., dilapidated -
\, fences and gates unsightly editor of the Starke Telegh is one J l | The First National BT -
In the
of the best Informed men
yards and a general! air of carelessness .
State on Florida politics and oli-j .ttI [J
and indifference .
to '
J appearancesall ticians. and in the Uast Issue Of his'I I Every safeguard is thrown around National
these help to lower the tone of
THE DAILY 'DEMOCRAT will be r he to W. Tra mell's :tB am
mailed to any part of the United the community impair its real pride paper refers artenttg I They are frequently inspected of the j
way: i
( this
candidacy n "
' States pastage prepaid for $5.00 and finally resign/ to squallid conditions wowfd seam thlt Park Tram- troller of Currency, and are on "to. 'If

t per/year; 12.50 for six months; in which /t is content to live I men"It has already1'walked the plank ,9L sworn statements to him five times each year, h B.I,:

$1.25 for three months or 50 cents and die. A dirty town is an open 31 they are under the direct.supervision of 'tKe'Naal '
so far as the support of the faction ..JttrI.
for fire weeks. In advance. Delivered confession to
mankind of the absenceof -
to any part of the city by community qualities which each I with which be has allied himself is I i Government, and its the strongest on earth :- '; '\ ,

for 10 cents week- concerned. llv'left Ocala before his '''
earner per
man claims for himself individually I i Safest Banking
turn to make a coming-oat speech! rI
but for which he wlU get no credit
and 'they say' be left in a pout be- i I Best Methods, F Y.Oak.
'i g Let the r dUJate I come from what with! the outside world so long as he =
told him frankly Up-to-date Service :
cause the governor for -t ,
1 : &te is content t/ live amid
; part of the he pleases, just so surroundingswhich i '
; that he (the governor)- was going to Liberal Treatment. x
F. he fills contradict hfslalms.. All of, ,
th.'i '. which reminds us'-of St. Augustine support Wlll/Brj&n for United States I Conservative Methods. ills
e i Senator. 'They say', that Mr. Stock- 4 r1 viii
and the way she took hold of herself
The usual grist of newspaper :1di i recently and gave herself a "clean- ton is going to support Mallory. and l Always use the National Banks. They have p &i

; vice about early Christmas shoppingto we all knoT that Mr. Barrs is too in numbers than all other \ !
ing-up" which was an example to I pered greater banking #; Boa
aroid the riishJs now coming in. I busy making money out of Dixieland
every other town in Florida. It Is stitutions. \
It is advic nobody I Park and thinking up ten-thousand I
good Jba as ever I .
a noble theme for the
newspapers- l
Watch us our profits are. now as largeoufi
that he made grow,
takes, II what's the use of it? beats dollar deposits some I ,
politics hollow-and the
years ago with the Internal Improve- capItal was at our beginning.FIRST '" ; tared
I Miami Metropolis handles it as follows I
ment Board to attention to \ w
pay any
R. C/Harris has leased the Santa : r
politics and to the climax the ::; -1
I Rosa Star from,the'Santa Rosa Pub- Mayor Masters/'of St. Augustine, cap t NATIONAL : BANK 1l
inspired organ of the faction says
lishing Company.":.a'nd will continue Is not only making good but he Is I >e
that Park failed at Ocala to 'impress
\ that paper as its editor and lessee. setting example/ that other Florida
himself the people gathered in
: Best fishes for the new editor. mayors should take notice of. A upon 7 Live Oak Florida.
the race.' It looks like Park is 'all visitThe
short time since Mr. Masters had a -
and we are sorry of it. He Is a l
general "clean-up" day in the An- ,
That "wet and dry" election the 'rln. fellow and deserved a better ,,' -
cient City. The citizens Joined with -.-S-'-$-$-$-$-'-$-S--; -$-S$$- -- .:-
prospect of which has been hoveringlike late."
him in the crusade against filth and
a nightmare over Tampa has
I the result was that St. Augustinehad I -;
considerately consented to hold Itself '
such a cleaning up of premise, What the Republicans fear most VISIT THE FOPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT VC.'the.
down until after the State fair I 7
streets, etc.. as it had never known Is the nomination of Mr. Bryan next
and the "weC element down there
before. But this is not all. St. DOW LING
again breathes freely. year. They seek in all possible ways
I Augustine is clean and Mayor Masters -I I c
to minimize and disparage him and
proposes to see that it stays so.

Here is a very neat and appropriate or as nearly so as possible, and to they are systematically encouraging WAT DOWN UPON THE SUWANKEt RIVE t

little boutonniere for Storrs of De- that end has addressed a letter to the nomination.,of a Southern Democrat Mineral i Job
Hotel and
Funlak gracefully tendered him by Springs, Cotti'qesjHOT |
the city marshal calling attention to not as a matter of Justice to the ,
the late Speaker of the Florida the ordinance
providing against South but. because they realize thatno AND COt BATHS UNSURPASSED. SOOO TABLE. GOOD BEOS. IUNNiM !
House of Representatives. Editor Ile
throwing dodgers circulars sugarcane WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILUAROTABLES. TELEGRAPHAHD'4
Matthews of the Starke.Telegraph: Democrat is as strong before the
"While we had fully intended to. directing him to-'see that the provisions American people! today as the man RATES'REASONA"LE MILES FROM LIVE OAK.ON uvEOWPtiwr,

we believe we have: not yet secondedall of the law are enforce LawIs from Nebraska. /Bryan U without jcuLF. CONNECTlOIUTUYE WJTIIJLLTMHI!; Dae

the good things Editor Frank one thing but enforcement an- parallel or precedent in the politic 1ti

Mayes said a shorts' time ago about other. Miami has an ordinance of this or any other country. He has ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL\ DOWNING PflRK.\ FLORIDfl. LIVI WJV

Editor Storrs, of Xthe DeFuniai against littering the streets by throw- been twice defeated on a fair trial of

Breeze In connection with the guber- strength In 'national elections and
Ing trash refuse etc., upon then:, '
natorial succession. \e think there H 111111111111111 ii 11111 in 11 n 11 ii, 11 It',
he is today than
but it Is like a dead letter: it Is,not yet stronger ever

can be no doubt that 'Editor Storr enforced. But why The explana and more than ever dreaded by the J if fl

would make Florida a wise and' good tion can come only from the city enemy. What,* the secret of it? : : 1907 : THE J01

governor and while he seems not' to authorities if one can be made at The Washington Herald perhaps dIs-

,,, take -very/ kindly td- politics if he all. Mayor Masters has set a good covers it in the' following: Crescent Pharmacy

'-6 should go out after the ..plu'm'he example. Every city in Florida, In- "With all his shortcomings politically ,

would be an important factor in the cluding :Miami should have a clean- -and hU career like Roosevelt's. -

campaign." ; \ up day. and aft f they have become Is characterized: by political LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.' list

clean pass and enforce ordinancesthat shortcomings-the people believe in

The DecemberIssue' of Uncle will keep them clean. It looks him respect hilt!. and give Implicit : : The Prescription Drug Store, eiL

Remus' Magazine has been receive, like it Is up to you, Mayor Wharton faith to him, if not to ill his theories.
The rank and file of/his trust
to get busy. party
ti and, good as all of the previous numbers I I
his it they have II
-- leadershlp-f-trust/ as
11 have been this one Is, If possible t-

Just a little better. This We have had our fears for some trusted no otker, leadership t in more + -ekUa

t magazine is nnw-beginning to feel weeks past about the political fortunes than two decades. And it is the can- tPl

sure of Ufeelf. has lost its stage fright, of the lloc\%. Park Trammell!, did opinion ,of this newspaper that. It makes no difference f It makes no difference

so to ,pea'and conscious of its candidate for' the United' States In the forthcoming" presidential race. whose whose

merits goeout to the public with- Senate. The Tallahassee Sun, stand if Roosevelt persists 'In eliminating blank your doc '': blankyoardntrtor e

the Broward faction in State himself. Bryan will have a magnificent writes your '
ing for writes
out fear of the results. The December I tor jourprescription
number II thoroughly good In politics. first 1\'a'n"ted him for Governor opportunity to reach the goal. prescript ion on e 01

every life, decidedly better than and then blew l chill on any His strength Is infinitely greater than \vecanflllthenicorrwtly. wean fill them

he have held in that I that o{, any other Democrat North .
some Of the uoUII orthern aspiration might a 1'u correctly.
pret "
publications of same character direction.: Then Mr. Trammell an or South. .44

and we t..f1feyp. h" magazine has nounced his preference for a seat !in r
conic: to tay. I contents appeal to the United States Senate and the FOIlnMIDNIYUJ

readers of urlo tastes and the I Sun acquiesced in that program: Make Xldrs a..<* Bladder Rigi"a I

1I10lt cultured ca find lSomethlngthat L-- I
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- - Where You Get
will please! V Vem, as well as I +: +++++*H++++*-M.i+*>+++++.. ..'+ I H I 1 I I II i HI I I I I 111 > I Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at

those who seek, for lighter veins of i i I ,,Reasonable Prices. .4

literature. Just of all! Un le il ClearingCERTIFICATES House I : let ua till. your prescriptions and eell Jour drug stare articles. We carry a complete
&ioe of fr. h
and fthable IfOOda.
Bring them cor 1
Ilenius himself U there In full force 1a0W'preacription. to ftlL We till
reedy at lowest Phone .
us your order. Prompt rand reliable attention. .
in every issue and the man who I HONE ro. 220 i

dou't like "Mm hall something I GOOD I It :

wrong with his ; liver, his heart or Ii The Crescent Pharmacy -

hU brain or powtttly all three. I,


t i ,
The Madison New Knterprl re- i
P. S.-IJse "Fletcher's 66" for Chills and Fever. No Cure,N"p-
cents the conclusion of the TallaLasse friends !
We wish to announce to our cus- : : t
rfun that no man big/enough t+++++t r H I I H I Ull 1 MH .it
that i I I H | I I I i | | | | | | H H 11 11'
for the office of State Kallroad Com tomers and to the public in general, we : ;

mission has yet appeared for the Job. i -- J
will be glad to accept

and candidates"The says Sun: fur Is Kallroad rather hard Commission on the LIVE 'OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATIONCERTIFICATES i i! _PARTY TICKETS 1 !--=. :

er thus far announced. It says. i iat

"It does bri'11as', If the people are 4+ Arne Oak to Do ling park on sale daily .i

not yet aroused ,to the importance of
I } j2L at rate of 50 cents round trip with
the office of Railroad Commissioner their full face value on purchases of any ; ; fl .
,i 111 4-4 Minimum of ten fires Call on -M : Btfcel .
because no big \nan has jet announced 1111
of l IIIII
for )Jt. There are three good goods at our store. and in settlement any ,...++ III ..UI'iVlilllV.... Agent Phone 152 for Jfiffififfi "

men running but nftMher of these id account. In fact, we are anxious to receive j | *I I*,...... further information. r.It+IlllllttfiWE .:

big enough!: fa Ideasexperience,

in brain ad I In' determine on to do, them. _--- i

to give the people what thy oughts( *>>.. 00 y... w.N'.t. .. i.
to have In this oroce.'h '. down i ;'

z, this way, Claude we think oar man '!, Hardware Company f SEUl- NOTHING EXCEPT _

Dunn Js pretty well equipped to hold j i Health, and Accident : surauce. ,

down the Job and we are gratified to .
Annual SemVAnnuaL Quarterly or Monthly Premium,.
find by reading that he is making avery LIVE OAK FLORIDA. PinS
McEWEN, General ILL H
favorable impression upon the Agents, LIVE: OAK,

people in the sections of the State IIII,1 P. S.-We need a few. more good Agents in North Flori-la. d, .:f

welch he has visited. i j 4-H+++++++111111111144+,+41111111114+*ltllltl+ >>4.a e....



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DE31OCR.\T's.\TCnD.\Y. NOVEMBER 30, 1907."HiiiiiiimniitiiiiiinniiMiimunni.

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,, :rJJ.; ; ;.ve.r sInsurtnce" Agency. ...

'Fg the' last ifteten.
P id.to.
policy holders
:i AIl other insurance nearly $700.OO.00, and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses.

+; agent :gether have paid practically nothin This tells the story.

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SAND PERSONALS W. A. .Jordan 'came down from J. Lee Ensign,_ of Jacksonville, .
this ,
morning on business.Rev. : "
e president of the Live Oak. Perry & ,
_. */ I for cJale
O. T. Jjattock Gulf Railway, is & ,business visitor HAVE YOU
returned \
from in the city today.J. .
?r' COME THEY GO. Jasper this morning.Dr. NOTICED THE II

> White made' W. Cooper,,,,fth the Southern We offer at bargain .
Oak and Suwanneo trip w Oil Co., with headquarters in

(qty: Lire Gathered by the McAIpin this morning.\ Savannah, !Is In.the city today, buy six room cottage with AND Of f[R IN THE J JLDl
ing cotton ceed. *, modern conveniences
Reporter. H. B. Bailey,',of Pine Grove on
was '
in the south Ohio Most none JOURNALWOMAN'S
city avenue.
tblsmqrnlng, trading. Hear Mr. I
j.Hin;: son. from Pear Lire morning ,, desirable residence section HOME COAUW1ION
on "God's Ideal for the Individual
i la the cfty today trading. J. E. Severance of Nobles \ I SATURDAY EVENING POST
Ferry, Christian, at'nlght the
i V ( and on "The ,, city. If you are j
-' is a visitor in the I | COLLIER'S, DCLINCaTOR
g city today. \ Cravings of Christ." &C.
ffo* Hemming returned from I j contemplating purchasing !

Wellborn,this morning.ted tlement P. M. Lanier, of the Rossburg set The largest clan of_ men ever j,I a home in Live Oak come ,t 1 10 MNITOI PRODUCTS $i.eo s
was here. for a while thl3 organised in Lie: Oak for the study up to our office and let
j ,
?: ..- for two. Private morning. of-the I
ta' theastor's class
f preferred. Write Box 414. tf the J; us show you this place. i Fill
Baptist church which meets'I j in one of the coupons from
I. Jasper L. S. Harvard made a short business every Sunday. morning at ten o'clock.1 : above Journals with our name as
-$tipheng- Is reels trip to High. Springs this morn Last Drugjrist, mail it to the SANITOL i
Sunday the class
'at'lhe Ethel today. ing. too small to accommodate room the.proved class. I mW lW .i They LABORATORY will send, with you an One order Dollar.on .
Ul CO.4Lewin
I us for the ten products. (Retail :,

Vpiu: n'game down fromRotrlandot H. Foster o"Pine Grove, was a lion. Jefferson iB. Browne, candidate value $2.70.)
U monfng.4jr business the. city this .3
visitl'in morn
for arrived' in -
> Governor, the -
> / ing. city lasts '" Building, Room 3. j
nighj fcnd,.ha* been shaking ;:-
Pine isTtethyltjr \
Mount r hand with citizens He Suwannee
pur today.
: Phone No. 44.
today. KIght, of Groover, was in the Is accompanied\ By Mrs. Browne. .

city this mornigtg, attending to business They wlll'leave tbnlght for Jackson-
-ft' Pressing Club neat matters./
where Mr. Browne will new performance every season"I j i j j Drug
iiirt notice. Phone 222 dtf Company
an address tomorrow. motto and aim of "J. A. Co- :j
Mr. '
and Mrs, Thos. Dowling
7ordu of Dowling Park, turned from a: visit to Jasper this Greater' Ministrels." Manager !i :!
TO THE l"nILlC. believes the people want new jj.1': I'I!! I" I I
t of tle Ethel today.Dowling morning. J! : ; fI1i3.tl'J. !
Beginning with Monday ", new jokes; new specialties, and '

\ '; Park, ISHpf 1 H. E. Barcus Fenholloway, 2. the Daily Democrat will be vaudeville features each season, .++itt'II'III.'I.+

t ty'tQdy. passed through this'morning., earlier in the day. Let all be successful, you must please
en Therefore do not :( ;
remain !
display advertisements
route to Citra. and J.D.RADFORDJEWELRY
from their performance next I : i
A mson Day. Fla., tit notices be sent in the day +
December 6th, -al the Opera r
n4 the Ethel today, Mrs. R. R. Green left last night for insure insertion. This change :
Y f"4 been made for a time because you think\you have :
Tallahassee necessary
-A Vlft daughter,
; before. You have never ,
,LCt Jike City, is among Mrs. Banks. J we hope our friends will
themselves this season's performance and :
t&of'thafetbel today. accordingly.On I. is the place to buy
Everything new this year;
IfeJ / / Eld. J. T. Butler : turned this bright, arkling and fully f: your wedding and i;
:I li>ret4rned from MadiCameronof morninglfrom'Jasper/. he has account of disagreeable by their past reputation. : : holiday presents. Anew
mornin been attending a cb oil Tobe Grimmer, the Bainbridge : and beautiful i
4 :
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Methodist choilxth t 'new music
h':1 .. is a member of this organization line
Rocky Sink, is Mrs. C. A. How H and daughter be rendered anotrTec. time but, Ir: gift- giving '

of Branford, are registered at the ever there ail be good Electric Light Xotl((. oods are now being -
Ethel both services/ The I t opened.
r :
today. male Every
the first of December, the Live i! :j
iftBh Opf Groover, is a which is composed of Messrs. Manufacturing Company will be thing suitable for a

i visitor the city today. Sam Platt of 'eltt Station, Is John Tedder' Pitts, McEheene, to put meters on the : handsome present. .
y among the out-of-town. visitors here: sing "Peace Be Still" at the because Prices
of the fact : are reasonable
'J Tffejk&Kster came In f om today _,,: ,. .1 service. All are cordially residences are leaving resl-I'I and quality -
*' rjnornn be present. :I:
on night and there will
C. L. Mix, advance agent for current for the addition 1 j guaranteed. Please :t

;illekle of Groover, is 1 1t in Coburn's Minstrel*, MS here .in the Rev J. R. Stewart. D. D, required by the new hotel do me the favor of

today *Ing. interest of the show. of the Superannuate new buildings I getting my prices be :

Fund MethodistEpiscopal fore you make an .

Pta eia d returned fromrbfiihljr Joe Baisden returned from Jacksonville South, and whose home is In A I'uzzler. ::1: orer. -

morning. this morning, where he has ville Tenn., spent sphinx's riddle had been ans-
been having his,,yes treated by a the city. lie was to have, \ 'I

Gaines specialist.Mrs. an address at the MethoXist was easy," ,cried the solver. I -:0- j
.4 e* >n left for I .
: at night, but owing, to the { she had asked what the I Ii

ri"T T. M. Puleston. of Monticello, weather, the 'sen ice was i a girl ,mad me was meant
is the guest of*her daughter Mrs. interrupted; however, he met a I used fort" \\ I! BRADFORD j

r, of New York, IsMr. Briggs.Arringtonfor a few dajs. Mrs people at the church and a the,told bead.stood on bU 1
$ of and Mrfrr Puleston is returning from a visitto ercise Was held. He left on the >ad he gingerly used a hand
Rer left Thanks Sanford, where se has been visit- bound Seaboard, yesterday at case for a penwiper.-Har- ,
Ier at Florida. Ing for the past month. o'clock for Alabama Bazar. ; 4
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: Beautiful Line

: MUCH : New
hand-painted China suitable
:i for wedding and Christmas pres-

r THE LADIES' :,, ents.
chilnden's ooats, hats,
dress goods and laces a specialty.

,_f.i reasonable prices. :i Ladies' and, children's under-

..:( wear. New line forsets. .


Not a bit too early to make holiday Handsome assortment of COATS.Now J
ed suits, in .
-. Beautiful tine of stamped many styles
selections. materials, i'ositu ely only ,
bureau and sideboard
linen center pieces
kind, no two alike. HAVE
scarfs. YOUR
i't low as Jacksonville or
Novelties in pillow tops in Mexican es. Perfect alterations is the best
New designs -
'' and sofa pillow
I drawn work. all on best quality solutely free. No ,' time to secure ladies I
suits, all the anvantajres
,; yi linen; scarfs and center pieces. when :you see the goods. children's and picture frames

$30. Silk jumper suits $ infants coats while I '
KiViCNAS.Snappy Black silk petticoats $ .;
Porcaline and the stock is large, i made before the
$1.25 to $3.50. before the best have
line of Kimonas to select from,
long and short, beautiful patterns, lail- PARASOLS. been selected : [ rush of the Hol-
or made, bi; variety of materials, colors .,
and sizes. almost at any price, 98c .' I
to $10 for the best Japanese long silk Excellent selection of ladi Quality and style idays.
Kimonas, imported. ren's parasols for home u* considered. Our
gifts. Misses 24 inch good
parasols for school Use at prices are under the I
: i GLOVES. Ladies black parasols $ ---
for the best silk with average. .
: A;: j
kid gloves just ar handles.
long j
;- 1 New shipment
skirts for ladies and +
8, black and brownSellline
51-2 to

y'4,1 black e. ce, Ladies'asked brown by anp all others blue wool, rived.lessee"SiTes 2 clasp of short of many silk kid colors and gloves lisle, $1.25.gloves"Nob-, RAINY DAY by Ncrhing waiting.to Visit gain : fl RBOOS K & hfWS CO.. \

selection our ready to
Large children.s wear
r; altman voile skirts black and brown Ladies' and
F .""Oft Co.. $10 up. shors and long, white to 75 cents. Ladies \ department now.umiHiiiimnui.
' rfurts for girls and Children's cashmere gloves, blue, brown rain proof, at $5.00 to $ : -- i
t t A variety of mater- and red. Infants' wool mitten 15c to Ladies rier gaite.f, black* 1:1 1-

14hv' ) 1e8 at $2.75 up. Al- 35 cents. 50 cents a pair. :;:1 lie. C. COOK Manager1 J.t_,

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LIYB OAK DULY DEMOCRAT .lTt .nn:. \O\'.. IUEn 30, 1007. ;"



1 Seaboard(Times coo nlo11.ctr.s) Luck. Live Oak Perry &" Gulf R. R. Co. FLORIDA RAILWAY

t Mr. A. Z. Gla&, the oldest conductor ,

I r in the emp oy of the Seaboard '- __.., Time Table No. 20

| j, Air Line railway' was )taken completely '. '. *:,The: Mineral Springs Route Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 1201 A. Jr.1907.
i r by surprise yesterday morning *
when he received, to, express, a package = wrisT IIQt'ND /AST BOl'_ NDYnlCiaaa _
--- -
which upon opening proved t) LEAD DOWN. CKNTKAL TIMB. JUt4D"i
rtRSTCLAII I st'iii'.il'i.E: : ltUTCLASS Ys4Claa.Frt.I t?
.., z be a handsome silver ervice, coming 1 EFFEI'E11'E --- No No 1. i Nq ,
Frt flit Fri : Mail N.
c all the way from Spa n. > Last sum- and'P d Paso Pass Pass Pass OUT. f i, 190 i Fun Pass Pass Pass ]nd : Daily.t.1 and .1 STAITONS. Mail and''I.-
rasa rasa E
-I Except Exp p
mer Conductor Glass/ sited Nevada ti
]179( 5 1131 ::212N16TI8 1 !':unda, Dally. Daily !Icevt s.Ci.,
. a and A'MiA.M, -! P.' P.M P.Af, A.M,A.M A.M P.M P.MP.At TOO a ml I 4 30 p m I.,LT.._ Lire Oak......_. ..... _Ar.10 I toO a L
tt. t did considerable /nting. During ST.\TIOX : 71) a ml 4 U pm Lv._.. Pomr.....__.._. _.Ly. 10 mtt": .
Sun Sun D Dail- ex _.___.. ....__ ..._ __ a.
ex _
he Daily ex Sun ;'D ex Daly San I 740 a, 4 5* p nl: Lv Lanrr M. .Lr 10 20 a m 4 ,.
Jf one of his hunting rips met a only only Sun onlyday lDi __. ._ .. .
Sunday oniq : sun 17 -17 7e a m, 5 08 p m Lv. __ Kirkland-. _.Ly. 10 10 a m 4.:
.. ... ..__ _,__. _..... F
Spanish nobleman/ and a strong Lve Lve Lre Ar 20 a 5 19 p mAr; W Imart.h .LY. 1000
Lv e ; i Ar mi a 4 :
?; LY.I I Ar Ar Ar Ar 10 00 a 5 20 p m L..._.___Wibnarth..._..__. ............._..Ar. f 61 a.m.f 41p j j 0. j
friendship resulted from the meeting. 745'111' t 130 415 ,I.........live Oak.f I; 516: 359 40l 1065 a mi 5 24 P m Lv.___._._Suwannee River. ........_._.Lv. f 1ii..14U.P :. ;
5051130 9 14" 433 : 1SO 5i7325 3 10 14 a 5 30 mL.-, _......_._.-Norwood..._ ..........................Ly., f 45 a mi. : J
The Spanish nobleman appeared to : 152 437 1.-.......Starr..I..... .... 9qt18/ 5151320;: S 1025 a m1540pm'Ar...;......-.-_.-Mayo"".... __,._......_.Ly. 9ttam '"08. ; -' J
810:11351' Mercer.\ 4 11 25 ..
take a particular fancy to Mr. Glass a. is 5 440 ."........ _Platt_........... 843112: 5 WI 313t 32i 11 15 a ml 5 42 p m Lv...,..._...... ____....Jl.yo..m.. ......._._.Ar. 9 11 a.lll i NA
8301150 I SS Z 05 450 ........._-Lancaster.......... 1% 5001./ 00 31 11 28 a m. 9 4* p m L._.. .__._.Can Pedre...._...._..__..L..' f 30 a m I", IJ
and many pleasant days did the two I 'Sf / 3 I 0 11 35 a m+ 56! p m,Lv_.._._. ......_....S Road-.............__.L..I. .25. m w
spend together.Mr. 8 45 112 10, 9 4S Z jp 500 3 CoOl..... DowlDg Park ......,I 9 110511 I br: 2 5j: 30 12 00 m1 < 10 p m Lv......._.__AskeU.......... -.-. _..L.,., 106 a.. Its.. ; ,

859,1% IS 9 52 3 04'Ch.nce! ,. ........ 4431 Z 35' Z' 1210 p_ml' 17 p m L..Charlton..L..I. 08 a m tSa/m. .:,
Glass this and 2 U 5 04 91310 1140 1220 P 27 m fMf4 >>-
returned to city 8 55 U 2010 310 ....M.yo Junction..... 2 35 p .......__ ._.. .._..._.... '
Z n 5 11 ; 9141Q 50 11 4 s 12 30 LT. FenhollowayDenmark .Lv. 145
6 3S
p m,
1............. ............... 30 p m s. 120. a
resumed Day ......
his run as conductor be- Z 5. 5 15 1045 1250 p ml 6 43 p ro.Lv...-.._- _._.. -......_ ..__.Lv.l 5 33 a 4 e
..... +
91 S'b. \1' .... .... 110.
tween here and 'Columbia, and little II 23 S 00 5 211 ....... ..Townsend- : 8 SS 10 39 Z 219 i 100m I I i 60 p m Ar_.__--......PerryLuraville -1.. 130am 1..a
3 05 111{
II 40 525 .... .......mith... .......... 8 1032 154
did he dream that he would! ever 9 51 23 5 43 .. ...-Fenholleway....... E s 1014 I 137: Branch
hear of the noble an again. Yesterday 10 a 400 41 6 117 01 ............Perry.............i' 8)4 900 9 9 56. %0,
10 415 I 30 ... Hampton SprinCL... 'I 4S 9 25 1 00 Between Lnraville and Wilmarth. fBound.
morning he/received an express

package and as lie was expecting no MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. I fluent .

such package bf had no idea of its 430 amlLv. ...___. WllmarhLaraY .........Ar.' a
P'M A.M'' P.M A.M P.M 8 50 a m. o ..- ... _. _- Lv.Js OS.a
contents until 'jt had been opened. I Lve I
Lve I Lye I I I Ar Ar '
Several friends surrounded him at 12 2010 00 I S 30i I ..,...M..o Junction.... 113 2 35 Alton Branch
Plnkusson's clga* store where the 12 324010' ib i ; = 2O II .. ........Dell.......... .. 1121 P.t 2 23M Between Mayo and Alton.
12 ST ..........Petenoa.......... 11 14 2 15 .
and much to the
package was 12 501023 I a I .............M.yo..., ..... 1105 205 East P
surprise of all. especially Mr. Glass, -- -,- -- Bound. I

it found. .. handsome 1% 5S A 301 I I S 401;' .............AltolL............ 11 00 1 5A.M 10 40 a miLv-' .....-........... ..... .. -Mayo.......,. .. .. .... ._,.. Ar 11t/as Bound.
was off a P.M P.M P.M'P.M' A.M A.M A'M P'M P.M P.'I 10 50 a mlAr.! .._..........,_.AIto ... -.. .. ......._-_._.....Xv.lUOfl a +
silver service, /365 pieces. It 1:1 -I --
ex fl: Sun ,S.o D exex Sun D ex Sun Sun Sun D ex D n ;
unquestionably oie of the hand- Sun dun ; Only Sun 'Only Sun On y Only sun Sun 1 11TTTTi Tram scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line went bound and Atlantic Coot Lint Mr& '
;; bound at Live Oak. For information regarding rates Khedute and connections apply to Y
somest sets ever fceen in this city, be- ,i" : 12 it 4 8 i T. P.AU9TON.Superintendent. :'" F. P.WooDWAJU G.:F.A F.A. ,

ing of solid'silver. Mr Glass was I S

taken complete}1 by surprise and had Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic ;:, 9 ; -.Y.

no idea who th / sender of the hand- Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connections i t IHHIIiMtl IIIIIMII MIMIIIIMIIIIMHinHI

some present was until he found a call on any ticket agent. i!

little card beating the name of the J. LEE ENSIGN, President. 1:. P. HOPKINS. Traffic )Manager.'

Spanish nobleman' whom he had met I SEABOARD: !
in the woods of Nevada.


Always Was Sick. ATLANTIC COAST LINE Airline Railway. j k

When a man says he always ,was i iI
sick-troubled with a cough that
I :
lasted all winter-what would you Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines ,
think If he should say-he never was
sick since useing Ballard'a Ilore- Rail Road I Raleigh, RichI'1ondVashington, Baltimore, .
Philadelphia and New York.
hoiind .
Syrup. Such a man exists. I ,
Mr. J. C. Clark Denver. Colorado -
Goes where North. South
writes: "For years I was troubled every I
with a severe cough that would last
East and West. Through Pullman 1 1service
all winter. This cough left me in a .

miserable condition.. J, tried Ballard's :
e- Horehound Syrup and have not on all trains. j Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

had a sick day since. That's what it ji i

did for me. Sold by Suwannee DrugCo.
nov-dw CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER11 Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .

Success nevetN played long in the

same house wliereSmelancholy was a
guest. / For detailed informotion, schedules, rates The Jamestown Exposition Line

and reservatione, see your nearest ticket NORFOLK VA.
Thre's Xo Use n
agent, or write or call on
talking, you *an't beat Herblne for I I : Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily :

the ever liver.offered The to suffering greatest humanity.regulater If J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, : A .:

Live Oak Florida. For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any. agent e
you suffer from liver complaint. If : : of Seaboard, or write, : ,
you are bilious and fretful its your I
liver, and Herbine will put it in its OR S. C. EOYLSTON. JR., Asst. GenL Pass Agent, Jacksonville Fit :

proper condition. A positive cure for I III1IIIII I HI i MJ i M-M-MI I I J I I ?ii It I I II ttttttllttM ce
Constipation,.Biliousness Dyspepsiaand FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Passenger Agent

all Ills due to a torpid liver. Trya Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. !

ottle and you will never use anything -

Company.else. Sold by Suwannee nor-dw Drug I Can You Write a Ghost Story? ..fst'oln

He Fought at Gettysburg.! Anybody can a {ord to boast of his

The faster the'fun at night, the David Parker of Fayette N. Y., modesty if he hayed a pressagentto
longer remorsjSrill probably hangon I No doubt you know one you have been tell :
tell of his other ltites.
who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: qua. for
next day. ing years. We will give a
"Electric Bitters hare done me moru t ofeyc

good than any medicine I ever took. Cured of Bright' Disease.Mr. CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor

AppendlcitU SIs For several years I had stomach : Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N. the best Ghost Story written by youngor largey

due In a large measure to abuseof trouble, and paid out much money Y., writes: "Before I started to use old, male or female. :'

the bowels, by employing drastic for medicine to little purpose untilI Foley's Kidney Cure I had to get up The only condition is that each contestantsend L'4c

purgatives. To avoid all danger use began taking Electric Bitters. I from twelve to twenty times a night ill I

only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the would not take |500 for what they and I was\ all bloated up with dropsy Fifty Cents for 'a years: subscription ;

safe; gentle. cleansers and Invigor- hare done for me." Grand tonic for and my eyesight was: so Impaired 1 to THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly". 1

ators. Guaranteed to cure head- the aged and for female weaknesses. could scarcely see one of my publication, published at Live Oak, Florida.

ache, biliousness malaria and I Great alterative and body builder; across the room. I had given up'' The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;

jaundice at Barclay & Groover drug sure cure for lame back and weak hope of living when a friend recom- it has a will of its own, and stands on a plat- 4 l1H
Guaranteed by Barclay & mended Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50
store. 25c. nor-dw kidneys.
unique in policy and principle. The
Groover druggist. 50c. nof-dw' cent bottle worked wonders and before -
I first number will
I had taken the third bottle the appearNOVEMBER ,
I 1
Champagne bubbles are glasses wens h I
'' If a st-protector dropsy had gone, as well as all other FIRST tahCbt
through whlcll"en tragedy seemsto
he Is either henpecked or a bachelorin symptoms of Brlght's disease." City Write +
not {
smile a Httle. on one side of paper only; story
his dotage. Pharmacy. nor-dw
to exceed 1,000 words contest will close
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We have secured the agency for Many men and women catch colds When a man fi$ Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new
at dances which terminate In pneu- no trouble locating the poor fruit on and winner will March
announced in the
laxative that makes the liver lively, his family tree.Pneumonia. ;
monia and consumption. After exposure
purifies the breath cures headache number. Send in your subscription at once. I
If Foley's Honey and Tar is
and regulates the digestive a
organs. taken it will break up a cold and no i Follows a Cold
Cures chronic constipation. Ask THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE :40
us serious results need be feared. Refuse but never follows the use of Foley's ,.
about It. City Pharmacy. dw Honey and Tar. It stops the ,
any but the genuine in a yellow cough

wi1 package. I heals and strengthens the lungs and Drawer 30 live Oak rIa.-

A \. fcetieve the veriest -- I prevents pneumonia. City Phar- 7.J

liar if he happens, to be paying hera A philosopher man with sense :I macy. nor. .J.Jv

compliment. enough to be blind to the things he ,

doesn't wish to'see. Many a man > rtild hear more

The New Pure Food and Drug law praise of himselftihe stopped praisIng AdversiseAdvertisHave !

We are pleased to announce that Take some good reliable and saf i' himself log enough to give 4
Foley'i Honey and Tar for coughs, d'gestant like KODOL for dyspepsia. others a chance. ,

colds and lung troubles Is not affected KODOL is the best remedy known today by the National Pure Food and for heart bum belching and all i j Best remedy for mothers to use is you anything to sell? Do you want to buy Jr.er

Drug law as it contains no opiatesor troubles arising from a disordered Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It Have you "lost" or "found" anything? .

other harmful drugs, and we recommend digestion. It is pleasant to take and tastes nearly as good as maple sugar,

affords relief promptly. Sold by it contains no opiates. Sold by Live .
safe remedy
children and it as- adult a *. City Phar- Live Oak Drug Co. HOT*J I Oak Drug Co. nov-d 'An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your demands !; Map.p


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NOVEMBER 30, 1907.

i KWAL CARDS.gBBOOME I at3p.m. / past and that the Infected house

===== Evedybody cordially Invited to attend houses or quarters, and their con-, gj% S@@ @@@6tS@@S@@@@$ r

all these/services tents, have f @
been thoroughly disinfected Js

Mrs. AIcKin try begins her lectures or until such time as the State &

ii d December 8, a 11 a: m. Board of Health shall have taken % Young Men! 0C

5af'&COUNSELOR AT LAW. charge of and raised such quarantine; $5 @ "

Presbyterian Church. provided, that this prohibition 3
_ : FLORIDA. may | Young Women!

,. Preaching torn rrow at 11 a. m., not apply to any Individual adult /2
tu".B of the State. Spec-
tb to courts C.nveyance.. CollectionS and 7 p. m.Sabbath member of the family who producesa J .
gaw t
S All buimeM promptly ttendWEST- school at 3 o'clock In the certificate from some practicing JS "A Good Beginning is Half the .Battle,"

s' PvIuc STATE AT LAOGL afternoon. physician that such member has not *&

Prayer meeting every Wednesdaynght been exposed to Infection and that {j so begin your business education by entering the. well */

w. at 7 o'cloc there Is no danger of such member ,i known and popular

.- Every body Is :ordially invited to communicating said disease f; I.,
n i and Surgeon. all these services Sec. 2.-Tbat any persons violating: v' .

ofl Building. Ohio Avenue. any of the above provisions of the JZk' r'fir:7

_ cy at Ethel Hotel. ORDINANCE NO. 61.An preceding section shall be fined not '

'No.16$ Ordinance Requiring Railroad exceeding five hundred ($500.00) ltil/ftilwp r.
xi 168.
Non or dollars
or Imprisoned not longer than !
Stor,(Barclay&Groover)No 16. Companies Owning or Using Tracks
Across Ohio Avenue In the City of ninety days, or by both such fine and

.aa, F. E.THOMASOS Live Oak Florida, to Provide a Imprisonment, at the discretion of the 5< We have three distinct departments: .
Mayor and in addition, such person
& THOMASON, Flagman for said Crossing, and shall be isolated under guard until 4| BOOKKEEPING and BANKING
Prescribing his Duties, and Impos- @

ing Penalties. I such time as a practicing phjsicianJ; SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING, @
may certify that danger from infec- *
x Be it Ordained by the Mayor and and
tlon is past. | TYPEWRITING,
City Council of the City of Live Oak

l'iorida: Sec. 3.-That any physician who ? presided by and .
k = : : FLORIDA. shall over competent experienced instructors -
willfully make any false certificate vS
Section 1. That the railroad and whose ;years of success as teachers, guarantee \
under the of this { /:\
provisions ordinance -
railway companies owning or usinga scf to you good instruction., : : : : : J> : : w
upon conviction by the Mayor {
f.'J.LYLEPractical line or lines of main or side tracks @
s shall be punished by a fine, not ex-
across Ohio Avenue in the city of | Scholarships $40 $50 $Th $90
I :
ceedng! five hundred dollars or imprisoned ,
Live Oak, Florida, and" operating <:
not longer than ninety day*, t .
AKER( AND JEWELER trains thereover, be and they are f$
or both such fine and Imprisonment, Write today for Catalogue. Address all inquiries to %
r kereby required to furnish and keep r. ,
-35 year'i experience at the discretion of the Mayor. i i s @
stationed at the Ohio Avenue street
iof', Watched always on hand. crossing of such tracks In said City Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall <: L, M. HATTOiN, OR G. S. STEPHENS, @
take effect immediately upon its passage {* PRESIDENT. PRINCIPAL >
flagman or watchman from the I
by the Council and approval by ,
CUR our of six o'clock In the morning @

until the hour of eight o'clock In the the Mayor.Attest i! ft: p Va/C

'bliarch-/ A. Ridley, Pastor evening of each and every day. : | Jj J./vtJ -' J'ioriaa. @ .
z. fC S. P. MAYS, C. II. BROWN '! .
Section %: That it shall be the I
; City Clerk. Pres Council. | v @ j

; Bible school duty of said flagman or watchman to ,1, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of theCity I ( @@@$@@@@@@@$:I: @$@@@S@SS@SS, ti
remain said Ohio
at Avenue street ifto
1.' {Preaching by pastor. of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby 1- ;
crossing at all times between the t
Sunbeams. certify that the foregoing Ordinance

;W. Meeting of Baptist nours mentioned in Section One of No 67, was regularly passed by the :\,
this Ordinance, and to keep lookoutfor I
ople'sjtfnlon. City Council on the 6th day of November 't
all approaching engines, trains ,
p., m. preaching by pastor. A. D. 1907, and the same I? [
and cars across said crossing and to Hearth : '
Oahu( IB cordially invited to hereby certified to the Mayor for his ', i&
(The Bible school is watch for all persons crossing the .
E railroad tracks at such and More Than
er y Sunday and we are Witness my hand and the seal of i
to give timely warning signal to [0]
[tofc/ve several new pupils to- said City this 6th ,day of November, WealUh
you are a stranger In the such persons of the approach of all 1907. !

trains, engines and cars. That any
'to oar Bible school and S. P. MAYS, City Clerk i l Use
violation on the part of such watchman e11LlARp I
feel afterwards that rc SIIO..c...
ways Examined and approved by me this : \
of of the duties: ; ., LINIMENT
.or any.
is[friends and acquaintances November 7th, A. D. 1907. .T -s BALLARD'SSNOW
imposed by this section shall subject .: t2a.os
ne once and you will keep J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor KINO
him to a fine of not exceeding One ; -

Hundred Dollars, or Imprisonmentnot OP 1
'11\ o'clock hour, the pastor ORDINANCE .NO. G$. 'f' ;;
exceeding ninety days, or by both I =;: THEM :
"God's Ideal for the :1
., .o; LINIMENT }
such fine and imprisonment, at the ,\u Ordinance Reoniring the l'a'mt'litof :::. ALL
C rattan rand as a text '
discretion of the Ia'or. I a License .c by Any Person,
If P : If have
ter, lrl-9. jou
Section 3. That this Ordinance Persons, Firm.or Corporation who ANDyou
JU the hour
'evening ,
Contracts for the
Purchases or
'j' : ( \II\ be."The Cravings of shall become effective on and after will always health. ,
.t of December, A. D.I I Purchase Clearing House Certificates have Whnt I* r: nre t o a man
the 15th
day than good in the
ran, (the text "Give me toy money worm eaiA make
in the of Li\e Oak,
1907. hapninees where health Is unknown. Ballard's Snow Liniment

: w have splendid gospel Passed by the City Council of Lire Florida, at !*.*, than the FaialurThrrcof ? Rheumatism, Cub, Burns, Sprains, Neuralgia, '

I If. bfcth the choir and congre- \' and Imposing a CURES Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscle, Lams ,ij i
this 11th of \ov-
r Bt.lay especial emphasis on. Oak, Florida Penalty for the Violation Hereof Back and all the Ms that: flesh Is Mcir to.
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e' o8pel' of Christ. Our ember.. 1907. CIIAS H. BROWN, Be it orda'ned b> the Mayor an.; One Who Kno r3. t .
: Maw ,
always large and .
Council. City Council of the City of Lire OJ.1i
now the orowd and President City Florida J. O. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. \rres; "I cannot

-... It receive a hearty wel- Attest: S. P. MAYS, too highly praise your Bailaru's Sno',,- Ltn.meiit fir !
:d'' City Clerk.I Section 1. It shall be unlawful for the relief of acute rheumatism, caucfxl tv sudden Imrvo(

1 ffias S. P. Mays, Cay Clerk of the any person persons linn or corporation and exposure to the weatlu I &:'>o r been called to First Ballaru's horehound Synip for coughs and cv/iud.:
Writ, Texas, and will City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby to purchase or contract to purchase Theao used together defy all pain.GET _'

his decision at the ser- certify that the foregoing Ordinance within the city of Live Oak TUB GENUINE.: Three Sizes 25c, SOc, $1.00
No. 61 was regularly passed by the lorida, any of the Clearing House
City Council on the 11th day of November Certificates issued by the trustees of .

A. D. 1907, and the same h I the Clearing House Association, composed :r Ballard Snow Liniment Co. -'

-H. Until, Pastor hereby certified to the Mayor for his of banks doing business in the 500-502
Second Street
I city of Live Oak, Florida, at and for ,
at- Sunday school. J. E"atendent approval.I
Witness my hand and the seal of a less sum than the face value ot ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

if Mission Sunday. Wee said City, this 11th day November, I such certificates, unless such person, .'

Vest'record in the his- 1907. S. P. MAYS, :arsons, firm or corporation shall

*N School City Clerk. have first paid to the Tax Collecto k ,.
thus far-let us Sold and Recommended
further Examined and approved by me this of the City of Live Oak, a license tax by : .
hrej by bringing bin _
g at this last Mission toe 18th day of November, A. D. bf Five Hundred Dollars, and procured Suwannee \,

f Ui4 Conference year. 1907. J. JOHNSON, a license from the said city. Drug Company.

;t: -Preaching, followed MajorORDINAXCB Section! 2, Any person, firm or _- -- --- .
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corporation or the officers thereof,
eat of the Lord's Sup-
who shall purchase Clearing House
NO. 67.

t baptism.nt at this Let last all Com our s An ordinance in relation to the Certifiates without first paying the Real Estate For Sale.One ; .

license tax and procuring a license
1'of this Conference public health and to prevent the .
and In- from the city, as provided in the preceding
spread of certain contagious
shall be by
section, punished
Junior League. fectious diseases in the City of Live
Senior I a fine not exceeding Five Hundred hundred acres joining town on Columbus road. .
Epworth Oak, and providing penalties.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor uoilars, or imprisonment for a period One hundree and twentg on Rock road adjoining cemerery grounds.

of Live, j not exceeding ninety days or by both Forty_acres one mile north of Court House on ROck road.
of the City
ong service the and City
"-uch fine and imprisonment In the One hundred and sixty rcres, one mile from Court House.
Yeea egation.r Florida I
discretion: of the Ma>cr. Four choice residence lots on Duval street.
Ill be Whenever any case of
heated Section-
and all
Section 3. That this Ordinan-e One choice residence lot on Georgia avenue. .

bje. Come i' yellow fever, small pox cholera, dip-; shall take effect Immediately upon its 113 acres ort upper Spring road, three miles from Live Oak. l'

sS- tnerla, scarlet fever or scarlitlna passage by the Council and approval y Time will be given on purchases.! d-w
&*i h--Curtis Grubb, shall develop or exist In the city of
bytheMaor. CHAS H BROWN,
itor.ervlces. Live Oak, the patient, and all mem- President City Council J. W. SPERRINGS.
household exposed to the;
be at the Episfiorrow bers of the Attest: S P. MATS, City Clerk
I at 11 a. m. same, shall be Immediately by the Sanitary Inspector I. S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the IHLlI III II Ildlll 1:1: I dl tilt I lill l ll l i I I il Ii I I IId
under quarantine of Live Oak Florida, do hereby

at 10 a. m. under and Sanitary the direction Committee of theMa'or of certify City that the foregoing Ordinance i NEW% MARKET AND GROCERY !

f r.invited to atten-L and the house where such No 6S was regularly passed by the
said city, Id ,
I City Council on the 18th day of November -

P ristlau Church. patient effectually shall be as, practicable must be quarantinedas and dan- hereby, certified A. D. 1907 to ,tne and Mayor tha same for his is H. B. CREECH Prop.At 1

Lee i of Gainesville, ger signals In the form of red flags approval. [ Hingson's Old Stand]

st 11 o'clock a. m.m. .. shall be placed around such infected
and the seal of
Witness my Fresh meats both Western and Florida.
i house houses or quarters, and all ,
said City this ISth day of November
? able young preach the Inmates thereof exposed to infection ,\, D. 1907. Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables

%treat to all to hear be and they are hereby re- S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. -rl SPECI lL7'1 .

"**$ quired to remain in such infected Examined and approved by me this
% houses quarters or within Terms Cash.
1,10 a. m.Tuesday house, or November 18th, A D. 1907 i itlli

g at 7 p. such infected district as may be un- J. B JOHNSON, Mayor.FOLEYSIOHEYA'wTAR, 1 I : III 1111 ; t li! III j

until such time as
der quarantine, 1

service Thurs- they shall be able to produce a cer-1I I
Subscribefor the Democrat.
tificate from some practicing physician I

'.meeting, Sunday that all danger of infection is I Cuss C.ld | PrcvtaU P.w. .

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E. J. BLUME, 1st Vice-President. J. B. BARTON, President. ". M. WOOD, Chairman Finance Co..*?
' D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier. f;

Capital and Stockholders Liability$100,000.00.. P




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