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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: December 3, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
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MISSION( ACTS I HERO MnapaM TAKES a SnlVENIR! AFTER PUTTING OUT THE FIRE. REV. CALEB A. RIDIEY


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1 HATTERS STARUDt [ RESIGNsNllS

HE PASTORATE

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Meet Itar. 10th

,ew Pmrtlr* CvocemetlilfevUf In This City and iVill Go to Beau rr

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notke baa been !<- ur rovR ;t f ,
cco 1kO FC Extraordinary/congregations were
l i y
II R Hro4 Commission MEDAL % it
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at all the sent es of the Baptist
M 4U ea which they will
Church Sunday. A great many people
tM railroad companies In- I
were expecting ] Ir. Ridley to offer hli
|i tie uloa depot question fz7w : d414t
resignation as PJ tor of the church at

f*rsI l V ***** the 11 o'clock i ;nice but he withheld -

Ut Railroad CommlMlonl It until the service at night.

l. MM State of Ho rid*. ar'! ac7 The silence th it followed the reading r

fU Attest Coast Line Railleatoard of the resign ition was really painful -

and many throughout the con-
Air Une Railway, ; gregation were/In tears. Membersof i 5

\ FtetU Railway Co. other churc es In town were seen

0 Utf Oak, Perry & Gulf clinging to the preacher and weepinglike

C*. children Ulr.: Ridley requested p '

I are Wrtfejr aotlBed that there that some one rake a motion to accept -
e?
a at. tiag of the Railroad I the resignation, and deacon

of tk. State of Florit Mays arose slowly} and with a tremb- ;

see. la the city of Taloa I ling voice said that he bad tried on Ii

the loth day of 6- every hand to g/t some one of the

P. 1 107. at 2 o'clock brethren to maAe the motion, but t

If N d.r the adoption of an ... .. had failed. Sap they positively refused -

rtiriak) >oa to ronstruct a and sine* some'sjto &"'d.it to i
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_,,p, .pot Wee OaX, do. he would ittake It.. B pootlonwas dj
FELL FROM PIER nlt) 1T/ HXXER. TRAGEDY OF DOCTOR'S LAKK
At tBUYneetwg. you, the ,/ put and onjy two orTui70 ?rotes
@lout Ut* iJllroad Co. I were cast while throughotthe' j-:
; And Was Droned In the St. Johns Sudden Calling ftff of Naval Officerat Near Jark in\iUe In Whit'h"oun
lotcard it cm. Railway \ building men and"omelUwept..
Rher.TiafesUnion. P ncneola.Pensacol. White Man Was Drowned.
s4. Ida il road Com- Mr. Ridley will not leave Uve Oak S

M4 1 the U e Oak. Perry ( 2nd.) ( Journal 30th.) I (Times-uiiion, 2nd.) before the first of January, and the s

id Comnny. will hare Simon M/Caffrey, of 724 East Bay Surrounded tfy officers and friends, I John Peere a young white man a I congregation hope to have his successor -

alletsah to be hard and to street. met eath by drowning in the who had spent tn hour most pleasantly wall paperer by /rade,, employed by by that time. if possible. "Mr,

'Blase, If iy jot have. why the St Johns mgr yesterday mornin?. laughing aiii chatting. Capt. Paul the BalfeConroCompanj, of 114 Ridley's work in, our city speaks for

r4r thoaldl not be- adopt- His body was recovered and turne-d Cumminpr, co mander of the United West Bay streot, was accidentally itself. When her i came to the Baptist

over' to Undertaker Marcus Conant. States light h use tender Mangrove, drowned in Doctor's lake, near church three years ago, the property ,

"IN* or .red v the Railroad who prepared It /or burial. slipped from hik chair, dead, about 1 Orange Par/ yesterday morning. of the church ;:was worth a probable.

C of the \tate of Flo- Yesterday morning McCaffery anda o'clock yesterda fternoo1l aboard the Mr Peer accompanied by his $5,000. today. .UJs, worth at least '.,..,. 5.i .
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leafoa. at their office in the ff:end went no the trestle in- th light house tende which was mooredat [ brother T. O. Peere D. J. Boyd and $25,000 and the congregation would:; ...

of TtUnaue, Florida, thli rear of the Kaufman Metal Com- the Palafox wha f. E. C. Letterer, were on a duck hunting not think of closing it out at that.

fay *f November A. D. 1907. pany's place, oi East Bay street, and Those who had |>een at the table trip up thV river. About 7 a. m. The membership i has grown doting

r "'R HUDSON Dunn had prepared t\ spend the morningon with the captain end who had been they were on Doctor's lake and while this time from about 75 to 325 and .

"Chairman." the trestle together. laughing and joking with him could moving about I ife their launch holding every phase of the church's life has i

C DUNN <
tttlot Is the result of the whiskey, and It Is laid that after they sician was sum ont'.d. He made an Peere fell ove oard. It. It goes without saying-that Mr. .,. ;

take had been on the / resUe but a short examination and found life had passed, Still holdln /to the gun .ii? at once Ridley will be membered lovingly i.
Vy citizens and the
oar time McCaffrey ttcame intoxicated.In and death due ti heart trouble. Not a sunk and not ing more was seen of by the citizen's of Live Oak throughout i -
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and
recently we are manner Vie fell through the sound was utter d except the exclamation him, althoug the others In the all the year* to come._
some
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ttlfi *..*.r. -d to believe the
f mat-
trestle Into the water and sunk to as he slid from his chair, "Oh launch did e thing they possibly Ingoing to eaumont, Mr. Ridley
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! pushed forward until we "
the bottom Immedi tely. I what a pain! could to rescue\1m or to recover his goes to one of the leading pastoratesof
,. Itfvt a lice, creditable and : .
: Cuuim well known in
was body.
Captain ng ,
Ills friend ran from the pier and the state as shown by the expenditures -
t passenger station, instead Pensacola, wher he had many friends. Being unsuccess ul in recoveringthe of I i
reported the drove ng, and police the ch rch. We have be-
f I ** Jrwent old building. headquarters was Informed of the ac He was acquaint' i both in the city and body the party finally returned to fore us a directory of the church in

cident. The poli 4 instructed Under- at the navy ya 1, as his vessel frequently the city and secured the services of which the running expenses are put i

I A (N1'L r >FKHK>CK taker Marcus Cqbant to drag for the came ir o this port for sup II S. Moulton Co /pany, undertakers, down at over/7000. The salary .

body. plies and coal. On this occasion she to search for the/same. Mr. Moulton is $4,000, IncVudlng a home, the as- .
- -,- I arrived Thursd y afternoon, having was unsuccessful .esterday afternoonbut i
After draggl g for a short while sistant pastor sets $1,200, the organ
))lIthodii4 been out for a n nth or more supply- will resume operations this morning -
1,11101" Church, Undertaker Con nt hooked the body : 1st $1.200, be des a paid quartette,
ing the various:; lifht; houses, and it was and will drpg the lake for the
"i" Will Convene In Tampa and drew it to \he surface. Justice I incidentals, etc. If rt
intention of captain to remain
the Jhe body.
r I>emnhrr I.. How ell was notified of the death but And now tba Mr. Ridley is going ..
connection until Monday morning.The }lr. Peere wa a married man and to take the ork .
after learning th facts in up v he will begin *t 1
Tfspt. Dee 1 ,Tampa will have with the drowni/g he ordered the home of Captain Cumming is in his wife is at pr sent In New Jersey once the opera ion of certain institutional ;
, Tampa, and relatives were notified yes from which stafe he .
* tea*!. lathering of Methodist removed to the undertakingrooms came to Jack feature of work Including
. body of his death, and it is supposedthat I
. terday sonville. lie hat been
..ii of the State and a large deeming fan inquest not necessary working here a hospital and sanitarium, also city _
the remains|rill be shipped there off and fbr' fifteen I.
on toe
!sMsr' ef prominent lay members as It was!purely a case of accidental / past years mission work on%>a larger scale than tit
f.ft* >Utttodist Episcopal Church, drownipg. for interment. and is well know A His many friends has heretofore n i run on. .

****. Tfc.r man to learn of !
his drath.
* sad His wife has
th al conference U-glns. This trc.de and t't"'n working for: in the light house service.He [)r. Broughton and his great Confer- t,
: position
been notified of he
drowning.
j* W H* first time in ten years Ie {' for sometime was betwteh 30 and So: years: of | ence to meet with! him in the near

tt. Fit/Ida conference has met past. Wl me here from Sparrows age, and had been in command ol the future. With all lour hearts we ,. I

?** Tfc. floret ence will last four Point. here his relatives Mangrove, the:largest of the tendersin FOOTULLlKILLKD HIM. wish you great success, Bro. Ridle/ f'
for two
this district nearly years.
**. **4 will V, held In the hand- reside Ills will be held until \ 1 1

*.* few churrV
?* tad for the fyde'ark Metho- I a FootballScrimmage.. I regrets the death of Mrs. Lf F. 1 1t

lt? t rornerif PUtt street and Hinely, mother of S-V\. .
Hinafy and
> Property :;
BST03IBEIIletwern l Worth $; 0,000 Anniston 'Dec.
1 MINE RS Licks |) AlAj, 1.-William
, sveift .to foe conference will Joe HInely.. of this c\ y, nich occurred -
Houston.
In City <>I Norwood, aged Uy who was captain of
$.d with of welDon IQ Madiso S
an address ar after-
Fifty and Shty of Them- Houston, Tex., 2.-Fire last the Alabama Pre oi terian College football -
s. b C Me lullen. Hllls- yTJec. noon. Mrs. IIIn41 been quite
Ian Will Perish. night destroyed business property in team, died/od as a result of in- F
st1 tout,'. coi ty attorney, / ill, and hedemise s not wholly
receive in ootball
the heart of Honston to the value of juries a game with
_1e1 *UI U respond to by bishop Monongahela.. Dec. 1.-Between the Seven Dist ict unexpected.-1Jr'e ferment was In
of
breaking out in the rear AgriculturalSchool
i $750.000, I
L lowly if MUCarpenter sslppl, one of fifty and sixty miners are entombed in the Frank Dunn jt 'elry store and pawn a w*ek ago.Norwood's \ Madison Sunday af moon Together
,. "- of the United Mine with a host of frie 33 the
divines Democnt
oStlent an< noted Naomi mine ,
the shop. The flames\pread in all directions -. spinal cUrd was severedin
If U. 11ft at denomination. Ret I!! Coal Company as the result of an explosion through the blick, and it was not a scri age, causmgiparalysis ef his extends deepest sympathies to the

r. j. put r of the hide of blackdamp; at 5 o'clock to- until o'clock this/morning that the I entire Body. He was\ the son of a members of the family. t

.,..k C'Itf.10 1st iking the prearrtnr I I night. It is thought that many are conflagration was/ n-ier control The prominent Presbyterian'elder. I'I I t
which 4
rock and coal I
Tjt-ntXfor tons of 'II
the conoasd behind
: I dead blockedthe buildings destroy afl were: The ir le quarrct composed of
and
r .u.f) ,-rt of the delegates I fell during the concussion I Ii I Houston theat/r: Mrs. Miller's building XIC.P.O KILLKD Gill Meser PsitV Boiler, Tedder and i .

f*.. foaUrrn.'e Mr that it will beM i entrance. ( caused, it is said, : corner Pre on and Fannin streets; ,' Mclevane. at\h/ Methodist Church, ;J I-

U. that Im.wrtant: gathering i The explosion was Frank Dunn's welry store and pawnshop rendered someX ry 'fine music at the t
with an open lamp entered Huntsville, Ala., Dec. 1.-Sid Jones,
"rth ev" r held In Florida when a miner Medicalaid ; S. L. Sacs dry goodj-rtore; J. E. who service Sunday nVcht. This choir In w
I of the61d working a negro was discharged from thearmywithVhj
one Jewelry Company;J. M. Taub taking muc!/ inter '
-- been soot from Monongahelaand Sweeney; sobers: who were alleged In the evening 8
has & Son wholesale cigar house; John kerivcea in that f
le'( congregation, and
.1 W'h 'e nd children owns. to hav Vshot up" Brownsville, a J
: Airroundms Miller's saloon Levy Bros., dry goods: ; j V
: rare treat Is \
always in
defective tore for those
Tana, where they' goIbe I Details are meaner! caving to Morns Eros., c thing store. Tex., shot ar.J\i1J Bessie Humphrey who attend !
rgof Mrs. telephone frervice. Messengers The destructin of offices on the upper a negro gift h fe, last night, and es- .t

*I. Sss 'hillips, Tt.e mart1 I I have been sent oqt from here. j floors of thi buildings burned will caped. ,' \
Thursday the make a total I lisa in excess of $750,000. Negy'oes of Madison Mr Leopa
U p county are /of South '
locatedin Carolina
coi-t offices
The federal : were !\
'ld Phillip well known better ta be.single and ren the theater building and all records wrought up over the homicide and are i Is the guest o and Mrs. J. L

try popular the your; I. Is It martle4 and wake up' and fixtures we e a total loss. aiding officers to capture, Jones. Edwards this/ ee -
than to be
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: Write For CatalogueOF Make Money jn Jacksonville Real

f CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES AND GIFT-GIVING.' GOODS. ; '
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t TEN DOLLARS STARTS YOU: : ,

YOU WILL BE SURPRISED HOW MODER* \ \ y
ERATE PRICES ARE. HAVE DECIDED TOrPLACE ON SALE'a Spec a1 Fall Com!; -

WE Investment Jacksonville Real Estate that win at once appeal tb :

man and woman who can place as much as $10 a month in a real estate: .

Rings Diamonds, Scarfpins, Watches, Cut, Glass Clocks, HandpaintedChina Brooches, ing accouet. The.combination at the low price made is just as sure to t,

.f Silverware of all kinds, Teasets, a fifty to one hundred per cent .profit as Jacksonville is sure to grow? .t
i Bread trays, Pitchers, Knives, Forks, takes in three of the most developing sections of Jacksonville
I Spoon. Case Cups, Childs Cups, Flasks "corners" the situation and makes the small investor absolutely sure of fcj

Corkscrews, Decanters, 'Match Boxes, profits. By buying three lots in the Special Fall combination the investor a*'* i

N.. 7S3..Price $685.00. Thimbles and Pencils. save $150 on the present selling prices. The three lots [any choice from r-ati! l'.

in this combination, and their present selling prices follow:
GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. JacksonvilleFla 5-
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beautiful
Murray Hill Heights approached by Highway
J.M/.l. Goldsmiths and
rs
Sliveramlth\
avenue paved, or from St. Johns drive, paved near the -
=ATUf ACTION GUAW TEED. ESTABLISHED 36 TEARS. new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Railway
>> i M 11 i 11 i i i i 11111111 i i i i i 1111111 i 1111 imVi m M** and a sub-division that! is all white, and extremely $200

.' ._---, -.-- .---- popular, present selling price_.___..-,.-.._............-....... ....
CiKXKRAL DIRECTORY. ALL AT SEA Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and
Kings road, in front of the Edward Waters College site :

STATE. OFFICERS. Are Members of Both Parties as to I and adjacent to more new cottages than any other section $3 5 0 E

Financial Legislation<< NecessaryBy of Jacksonville, present selling price............-..........
K. B. Broward. Governor. Congress. East Grand Park, approached by beautiful Kings road a
II. Clay Crawford Secretary of Stat Washington, Dec. 1.-Never at the F
white and
mignificent suburb, high-class, clean strictly $ t 50 ,
Wm. V. Knott Treasurer.A. beginning of any Congress have the i rapidly developing, present selling price_.....__..__
.. C. Croom Comptroller. congressional leaders of both parties 1I

W. 11 Ellis Attorney General, cerning found themselves legislation more than they at sea are con on $ 7 0 0 tn
B. C. )McLJn Commltftloner of Asiicaltarc. I TOTAL -
'\ the eve of the Sixtieth assembly of
the national legislature, which will these combina- i
will sell
,vV XI. Hollowty, State Superlatend- We
eat labile Instruction. little take place except tomorrow the financial at noon.situation Very la J JI tions limited number, and $ 5 5 0 i II .'

Cffiett Amos. State-Avdltor. I,engaging the attention of any member -I until otherwise advised for I II I [

\\. B. Saddler. Assistant w Auditor.SUPREME of either house, and all the members The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bought only ia i 'J
I of both houses, whether leaders these combinations at the pheromenallv low rate of $550. and on the easy terms of $10 !
COURT. or followers, confess their inability
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cash and $10 a month without interest or taxes. I i
T. .I. Sbackleford, Chief Justice; 1 1A. I I to forecast what may be done on that will be sold.
I Only a limited number of these combinations Therefore ACT QUICK.
J subject. All of them lament the
.. W. Cockrell J. B. WhlUl ld, situation, but all of them do present not Leave the selection to us and we will give you absolutely the best choice unsold, guaran. f'
ti_-lck Taylor. R. C. Parkhill W. believe that' the remedy for it is to teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots., We issue a straight coniract for deed. ;'I
A. Uocker Associate Justices. be found in legislation. There is Our titles are absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry. '
PLACE SAVINGS IN DIRT. Ii f
some general division along party JACKSONVILLE
RAJLJB0AD COMMISSION. ItnCL but there Is also great diver- Jacksonville, the gateway to Florida, is the most rapidly growing city in all the South, tI I'I't
ft. HKtjJf&BurT. Chairman; N. H.DUUn. gence 'Q view among both Republicans perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six years ago it is today a city of over fifty 1 .,
J. L. Morgan.: Royal C and mocrats. In view of 'this thousand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan
Dana Secretary. state of affalfs it is very evident that made up of a fine citizenry from all sections of the world. It is one of the cleanest, hfth- J 1 1I
t little attention will be given to other I I lest ccost beautiful cities -of its size in America. It is a city of magnificent homes 1)1)I
MEMBER OF CONGRESS SECOND questions until there can be some churches, schools. It is a citd with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach every .
crystallization of\though| on the financial I port of the world. Great trunk railway lines connect the four corners of the United ; ;
DISTRICT. problem. \ SIn States. It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe sound profitable real estate :r '
Frank Clark. his speech of ac f>ptance last investments. It has never, had a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values J.
night Spacer Cannon itimated the follow natural causes. The city is growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming the
+;i' THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.B. possibility voT*>6GarC an ndments to I centers of business and residential activities. Real estate values in the city alone increased 1

II. Palmer. Judge. the railroad ate law, a d but for the over a million last 'ear-the suburbs increased in a greater proportion. '

Cary A. Hardee. State's Attorney. disturbance lV the m >ney centers LOOK US UP t 1
there is little\oubt th it this would
COUNTY OFFICIALS. have been undemtken ring the ses The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of $oOO,000 and assets of $800,000.) t
J B. Johnson State Senator. sion. \It Is stlll\poss le that some- Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the youth '"
thing may be att mpte I in that line, As to our reliability and financial stnading ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE. =,:

MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE- but all p)&{s--i? that end are no1Vqult'3 DEVELOPMENT CO., ,
nebulous. The Democrats have Jacksonville. Fit
SENTATIVES.
already indicated a pur ;x>se of tryingto N. B.-We publish on the 1st and 15th of each month THE INVENToRR' GUIDE. If'OG
W. R. Dorman. W. H. McClellan.J force the tariff to tjhe front, but are interested in real estate and desire to place your surplus savings in the safest and :i
the Republicans are so largely in the I most profitable security on earth, tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE.

N Conner County Judge.; majority in both houses and are so J. D. CO.
J.V.. Clerk Circuit Court.J. well united In their" of I
Bryson.
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II. Illckerson, Sheriff. poning action upon this important I ....
G B. Lord, Treasurer. subject until after the presidential ,
election that their have --Cd Loft It. r
opponents
J. N. Utekt. Tax Collector. JUST ARRIVED
Is fortune Ingrain
"Brown saysvth/re a :
Tax Assessor.J very little hope of accomplishing any-
JL D. hemming '
thing beyond getting recognition fora speculatlo:
E. mood County SuperintendentPublic few "He shout / lh ow; he put one
speechesor campaign con
Instruction.H. there."-Smart Set.
sumption. >, 2 Cars Flour
I
E. Carter. Judge Criminal Courtof ,

IUcjr.1 Passed Examination SuccessfullyJames That's It! 1 Car Meal
and Grits
0. O. Me Whom, Solicitor Criminal Donahue, New Britain, Cough yourself into a fit of spasms ,
Court. Conn., writes: "I tried several kidney and then wonder why you don't get
M, ).. Hawkins. Clerk Criminal Court remedies and was treated by our best well. If you will only try a bottle of 1 Car Carckers and Candy.Let .
phslcans! for diabetes but did not I Ballard's Horehound Syrup you !
cough will be a thing of the past. It t
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W improve until I took Foley's Kidney
Curt. After the second bottle I showed is a positive cure for Coughs, In- us have orders for Apj1 1
A. Tison. Chairman; M. L. fluenza, Bronchitis and all Pulmonary your
improvement and five bottles .
Burnett. J. J. Dempsey J. II. diseases. One bottle will convince pies Bananas Oranges Nuts
cured me completely. I have sincepassed Grapes
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II. II. Davis. 25c 50c and ,
Grant. jou-at your druggist,
a rigid examination for life and
-- insurance." Foley's Kidney Cure .1.00. Sold by Suwannee DrugCo. Candies. j 1

S COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. cures backache and all forms of dec-dw Remember the Tampa Club Cigars'j

i:. R. Wise. Chairman; A. D. Puter- kidney and bladder trouble. City .
Laugh R. II. Carver. Pharmacy. dec-dw Although walk straight a mad when may*not he be returns ableto They are the best. j 1.

home at : his wife is to Pay in
The Wise Merchant.Mrs. a.A apt us Clearing House Certificates. |
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CITY DIRECTORY.J Tourist-Uta afraid that the talk that way ".

B. Johasen. Mayor.C monkey woul o' please husband.
II. Uron, Alderman and President Vendor-Rjrt'tnadame my will find it Wliat's Live Oak Brokerage & CommissionOLD Co. :
City Council. easier to ft/fa another husband thanto worth doing is worth doing well? If
B. P. Stays Clerk Assessor and get a onkey 11 k& that for three you wish to be cured of Rheumatism

Treasurer. piasters!-Le Rirc. use Ballard's Snow Liniment and you I "a A. C. l. FREIGHT DEPOT....
Aldermen-S. J. White T. S. Ander- will be "well cured." A positive cure I

son. J. M. t.ud ". W. J. Hillman, Early to Bed for Sprains, Neuralgia, Bruises, Contracted '' Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited to. make jllr "' hflf .....
J. E. WooJ. J. 1. White. and early to rise makes one healthy, Muscles and all the ills that i i quarters while in the city ,! ;
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams. ''
happy and wise-especially if you -
Xavasota, Texas, writes: "I have i ..'
City take Herbine before retiring. A positive
W. II. Lyle Superintendent
Water Wcrks. cure for Constipation. Dyspepsiaand used Snow Liniment for sprained ] p- A. WARREN ;
ankle and it gave the best of satlsfa>
R. II. Haddock City Marshal and all liver complaints. Mrs. S-, -
tion. I always keep it in the house."
Sanitary Inspector.W Columbia, Tenn., writes: "I always
Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. dec-dw
D. WrIght Police. keep a supply of your Herbine on GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. .
hand. Am so pleased with the relief .
it gives In constipation and all liver You .JttI1e9'6y tell a man's position I I OVER 1
Notice to Our Customer complaints that words can't express on a subjhc t by learning where his Tile AUCTION HOUSE.

We are pleased to announce that my apprecation. Sold by Suwannee salary comes/rohj, I!I We are now ready for business. Furniture repar.' k'I \\.ta.'

..ole,'. Honey and Tar for coughs, I Drug Co. dec-dw ... I repairing harness, shoes, etc.
troubles Is not affect It is better Iq. trust to the honesty ofa .
colds and lung : For any kind of novelty work, such as oaked saf. \ .I-h Jta.., '
Ilft-ak. bank cashier tnan negligence the 1 1i
National Pure Food andDrug : Ilad on
ed by law the as it contains no opiates I "Why did \oi*' resign from the part of a burjflar\ i wardrobes, writing desks, book and show cases, io I i. V t. rtl: '
erators, center or dining tables "" .* fril
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other harmful drugs, and we recommend vegetarian club made to order. 1 f.
or it as a safe remedy for "I was exp le \because I called It-is funny" howe/ a rich Iran's rel- made to order. We will varnish, paint or enan-.. ': : is of fee'

children and adults. City Phar one of the nwmbersSi calf."-Flei- a'ives are to h q when they think he nature, pia,pd organs and mantels. We mean + b 1t-

mac,. dec-dw gende Blaett/r. I is drawing up .lI i Give us Jfcpial. Charges reasonable. {

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Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights
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Power and Turpentine..
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Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for

Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.

Electric power-Day and night current-for, manufacturing -


BY universal testimony Red Rock ___ Wholesale purposes. and retail Ice-out of City orders have. special

Fruit Punch has been ; attention, and all orders promptly filled. .
awarded 4
of We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and

leases aM gilm to all!unqualified social functions, feft"wwfctmctiveness prepared in accordance and Flooring. Come and get our prices.

with the following:


(Quantity Sufficient FORMULAS for Twenty-Pive Guests) COMMERCIALPRINTING.

ORANGES 6 1 PINEAPPLE
ROCKSGINGER 3 a
4
4 QUARTS RED ALE =
1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES 4P I

&o&h oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar, .

# &Now to lirL3 hours, press out *hej JUIce and add to this juice the'piRt t-

of v plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add Skilled Workmen

tH four quarts of Red RockfA"LtGtslV

The Best Stock -, :!/ '

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AT WADE.KlSVnl ,A girl isn't R'g. to elope- as fungras to maintain and operate for profit a Prompt DeliveryDEMOCRAT .

there is a w<&Hng present in sighKennedy's I wholesale drug business Includingthe C \
awl turned In manufacture of drugs and chemicals
s Na.
i and all other articles Incident to PUB. GOMFNYffroofSs
Xr raJr.. Laxative
Bam Cough Syrup
said business; to maintain and operate
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fit- Nor 21.-Killing and ,causes a free yet gentle action of the for profit a retail and wholesale .
bowels through which which the cold : mercantile establishment engaging;
t1sg aU body Into m crUplffcs4 Is forced out of the sjstem Children therein In the buying manufacturingand the Jn TJheCompariaon
feature of another crime sale of all classes of commodities
like It. Contains
no opiates nor
at Wade A colored Incident to said business; to buy
narcotics. Sold by Live Oak Drdg o\\'n. rent Qr otherwise use and dis
IN IWU, living near Wade,
f. Co. decdOP. pose of real estate houses and lots; .'.. '" r:::>'
Ite liars, which was In ai and timber lands; to enjoy all the

i ittr to kla louse. on fire about benefits, privileges, rights and franchises tis t"G
WV.
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laws of the
1aaday aicht. He bad all guaranteed by the
An ordinance Imposing a penalty State of Florida in the conduct of .!.
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stored la the barn, and asettfc N 1J agoC :
on physicians for failing to report to the aforesaid business .
esa set afire by soma .,.
r the
of
Article 3. The amount
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the Mayor of the City of Live Oak,
i a tar ago supposed soot capital stock of said'corporation shall
certain Infectious or contagious diseases
A1aIM1lr.d kU barn also Nothing be Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000),
coming within his practice consisting of one hundred shares
b..s t4 sad Monday morning,
within! said City. which said chares shall be of par
imalalai for tracks or trace I BE IT ORDAINED by the Major value of one hundred dollars ($1 00) ,If

sad.. i* discovered the charred I and City Council of the City of Live per share, and said capital stock maybe t S
i attain tf a lsmaa body In the heaM.s11a'.ag paid for in cash, merchandise t
Oak Florida: all of which shall
labor and servic.es.
athea. He toi
came Section 1.-Whoever, being a licensed be approved Invalue, by the Board of
i aid gas. ke alarm, and corn or practicing physician within: Directors; said capital stock may be .

dtla.a, eat out to invest the City of Live Oak Florida, fails increased in the discretion" of said
corporation in the sun of Twenty-
to report Immediately to the Major five Thousand Dollars ($2OOO-ten: !, :
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lody as found I I/ a rrourhfac of said City every case yellow fever per cent of whirti raid capital stock I
duwp/ard, amt ala small pox, cholera diptheria. shall be paid in to said Company before :. i Particular people whose pride and name and
I. the Irft/side of hi!* the issuance of Letters Patent
scarlltlna that
.a a UurJle of clothed I scarlet comes within fever, his and practice within said Article 4. The term for which pride in product goes into their stationery have 'I.1I'I.

M.aO a fenc corner which city shall be punished by a fine of ninetj-nine this corporation)'ears.Is to exist shall be preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for

su v io e parties prciN Five Hundred ($500) annual
I not exceeding Article 5. The regular fifteen '
M WbMfla\ frank Booth, orJfert Dollars or by Imprisonment not exceeding meeting of the stockholders of said over years.
?,* Ills alas I rho had been (90) days or both corporation shall be held in the office
-N ti. rittlrn Kane here ninety Imprisonment at the of the Company in Live Oak Florida Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow careful
.sq such fine and on Tuesday after the first Monday in methods that make for firmness and pcrminance arc 'I.I
s e fey was at once ;
discretion of the Mayor. January of each year at which time .
r V t\ bln,:fl4te In the even> Sec. 2.-That this ordinance shall 1 said stockholders shall elect a Boardof still used in making ''fl'f! )('> ' "* Its beautiful .

psi ed ie Inquest until become effective Immediately upon its Directors, and attend to such other color and texture, its remarkable toughness and tracing

AftiV fcl4arrlral the nun passage by the Council and approved matters said as stockholders shall properly in meeting come before assembled qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the deluxe

et ones Inquest pro by the Mayor. ; and the Board of Directors and incomparable paper for all business correspondence.

!sH Is t fen'Vf the crime.ttr Attest: elected by raid stockholders at said Write your letters so that they will compel a reading
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Is arrived thv hogs had deU S. P. MAYS, C. II DROWN time as soon thereafter' as practical
'Id remains of the body, ex- City Clerk. Pres. Council shall; elect a President, a Vice-Presi -write them on

a p..ee of thlch bone From I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the Cityof ; dent the last and of a which Secretary two and offices Treasurer may beheld

/gr" eTtd.nce that could betfc Live Oak Florida, do hereby certify by one and the same person, and @ @ ((1DtrJ@NJ[ Qo [Q)

Jvry found that the man that the foregoing Ordinance No at such first annual meeting the

to its death by unknown 66. was regularly passed by the City Board of Directors elected as afore-
to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing
for the I Iof'ourhouse
L the 6th day of November ;ad: shall adopt by-laws government
be Council on the same is hereby of the affairs of said corporation ,' I' /! J}! v |tfnMfft: )| ][ costs I
dastardly deed teems to A. D. 1907 and ; and until and before said no more than ; "\.;J H'Jlf-'WvJ j ) UJIHother( .
*1s4.4 la mystery as the negro 3 certified to the Mayor for his ap first annual meeting the business orus'.nesses good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve
$ti igst to bt very mum about thTk proval. of said corporation shall well-
as
the seal of conducted by a President a Vice- you
in hand and be
dead man was pa) ? Witness my ,
to another man'a woman, said city this 6th day of November, president. and and until a Secretary said meeting and treasurer C S. -The COUPON BOND book shoring American Writing Paper Co.

!H4 ppotltlon U that his rival, A. D. Brown Live Oak. Fla, shall be President \>noo* ireighu-finuho8 and colors "
and hovTKnvly the paper print will be
llnlag bin, carried him to the 1907.S.. P. MATS City ClerkExamined ; F. E. Thomason of Uve Kent fOIl with the nameof larsot Manufacturer of the ('
14 Mt Are to same to hide his and approved by me., Fla. shall be Vice-President, oak'i er you or will stationer.write\ill who on can your alocalPriDt-I'. menial Paper in tmorl.l.. iertea.i

this November Cth, A. D. 1907. L pcretan. Ulmer and Live Treasurer Oak Fla., and, all of I 1 I 29 MJ s. HOLYOKE, M\SS. .. t

*1t. la tie frond killing here in J. B. JOHNSON Mayor. the undersigned incorporators toe t i

um. and none of the culprits. wit: C. S. Brown, F. E. Thomason,' ;
-hs OFrPMCATIOV I Oil \C. L timer, V Granberg and W H 4
brought
to justice. NOTICE the Board of ,
CII.\UTKU. I Jones hall compose

i: A llraltmdrrland.. Notice is hereby incorporators given will that after theundersigned I! Directors Article 6. The highest amount ofndebtedness ,,7 JfV-
of: this notice or liability to which tte
f J l Dakota with its rich silver our Reeks Honorable publication N. D_ U oward.Gon ,,I ('ororation) can at am time sulijrctitelf .
It koaanta farms, wide ranges 3pl to FlorIda {or t fbflll be twice the amount of its :ter 'a
the
l I ll ru,);. natural formations. is awonderful rnor of of terstrat nt Incorporating capital stock at said time actually %
If!"WII all. Attound the Issue them a body corporate under paid in to paid corporation r l/ 'L't 1; iJIilri
and rrsl-idenws
to of DrownThomason Article 7 The names
"-s.. the home of Mm K I). Clapi, the corps name with ...'. of the subscribers to the stock i
" t* 4nf.I| case of healing has late Drug CC'mpany.charter hereto attao ched {,f said corporation is as follows: i PURPa A
: err 4. Htr COD teeraed netrlong Ing proposed C. S. Brown Lire Oak, Florida
notice
I I'" t this DROWN. amity abares. ;
rttb trouble, C. S. ;:
throat '
and
+ F. E. THOMPSON.W P i;. Tboma 50n. Live Oak Florida, _' The "CHARTER"
1t111 roughing spells occur .
H JONES twenty sharesV i
...$7 five minutes" writes Mr. v. GRAVBURG, \ II Jones Orange Bend, Florida -I Gasoline Engines
hen I began giving Dr. W L. ULMER twenty shares. I ,

a :\.w Discovery, the great ();shy of Ch.1 rt t'r.I \". Granberg Live Oak .Florida Will furnish power nt T TAR;'17 mrt for .

, that eared hU life and conk I Article 1. The name Drown-Thomason of this core t s\ent\', >L.shares Ulmer. Live Oak. Florida, I' every purJ'CN'"U: 'enz.rrr; rrmifarmer .""" Even
iiseis
shan beliiSSiSS ran utilize I hec.Juartrr" ia a
tired > :-n" Guaranteed for I'oratlon Compan' with its place of bui- twentv t-bares i i f ways Me hte them in any h..r.r ponre.I I
Lad c.j))1 !. throat and lung trug thE' ct; ). of I.h'e Oak. Florida.tOletber .. State of Florida. We are tile larrr..t deilrr in I-1.m InS I
Wft by 4>.: nay & Groover drug- L.ss with such otht'r branch of.ti Count of Suwannee personals can npply your wants' lit It Saving to r..*. ...
day
Before me this i J \\e also wll Minnr hn; < Motor IWwt s
or nnrs.
State
Ste and $1.00. Trial bottle ices In said determined upon blithe (rme> C S. Drown F. E. Thomason.. Supplies; Pipes F ittin \. .'tr.(
dev-dw may be of said rorporaton. V.'. I.. rlmE'r. W. H Jones and v.1| Write for beautiful Mratc-il nt.a..,.
board of Directors Granberp, to me well known who on i o'
--- ; nature of oath deposes and rays that they sign1 -) 9
.NoaJi'n Truun;>li.fh Article 2. The general; to be tran- and acknowledged the foregoing]] I
businesses +
da -I e ty \ every time it the business or corporation shall be a ,ro triced charter for the uses and s FLORIDA GAS ENGINEAND
acted by said business In'lu.Ing .]- i>uri'o "!5 thE-rein fet forth.
ent'ral ref a 1 drug selling for prf.t In \\' .' Whereof, I have here SUPPLY CO. i ,
-nyiie the buying and and seal this Nov
toilet ar1c.t's. unto set my hand T.Utr.n.A
nt in the longed ,' nber 14 901. "
o rd. and nobody B. W. HELVEXSTOV: I.
t rrow id' umbrella Notary Public. t

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SLAUGHTERING TECHNICALITIESThe eff. Browne says that we din get i I -f-f-f-!-- f-f f tt4t
LIYE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT
Tallahassee Sun, like theRe State prohibition by a short cA with-

Afterooo aocrai, is hostile the unnecessary out waiting for a constitutional
PabUahed very
Except Sunday. ; technicalities which are so constantly amentoent Put the Stat license t ConfMncew
; employed in our criminal /or eaS saloon at $100,000 Annually. ,
i courts to defeat justice and encourage and the hang Is done. Tat Is not
CHAS. W. 1RVIN'. Editor and M'gT. crime clearut war to I
by aiding In the escape.ot the straightforward I
Begets enthusiasm which
accounts fort
criminals. fThe Sun has discovereda confront aVgreat issue and beat the:
Cnterad at the ro u>ffice. Lire Oak case up |VIllinois remarkable for case on Its\ erlts. Put tne questionsquarely j the ardor with which we ere Pmt '
norl.!.., as Second Class Mall Mat \ \ aid let each.
the fact that host of technicalitieswere to he people
U,% November t, 1J05. put to fllgtot by a sensible sup- voter reglsteX his will. 6et prohibition 7 The First National

reme court, and efen to Jt as follows in the constitution/ and it will
THE LIfE Oil PUBLISHING CO PANI. : stay there. To\ mpose prohibitory _
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"Every time I *e a dge whoicalities license looks Ilk\roar ding that the rEvery safeguard is thrown around National]'"
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be rises suprior to t$e tec c' whiskey traffic ha\a god case whichwe
mailed to any part of the United the law iVJol wit a great rejoicing don't dare to riper in a fair fight I They are frequently inspected by agents of the. ( ,

-\ Sat"- pastate prepaid, for $5.00per and an-u1 to say that and it must be defe\| d by a trick. troller of Currency, and are called on to" ..

'year; $=.S0 for six months; I am see\ng pore more of it of Live Oak Democrat f swornstatements to him five times each year, -timj

tined for three months, or 50 cents. late. Theu erneciVlon J art of Illinois. But that Isn't At The principleof they are under the direct supervision of the Nati-a1
tot fit* weeks In adrance. Delivered In a recent license is wrdtig.l It's like levy !
to any part of the city by rmed' the conviction al Government, and its the strongest on earth .
ot a In ed Cook, who ing blackmail. At me as to grant immunity +
.mtt. for 10 cents per week. .
was, proven to bq Uty ot grafting for a inoney consideration Safest Banking,

and pay roll padd .when there wee the amount or the consideration does 4r Best Methods, 1 1t tI
as lath is gs thoroughly no fewer than fotwo errors arisIng not change/the nature \f the transaction for Up-to-date Service

totU! to r 1 peo ge as any other out of the ttcMlcalities of the if the business of. vending I Liberal Treatment., (

$ part o! the ou y, and Southern law cited by the .attorneys In tM liquors tot beverage purses is as to-I Conservative Methods.
juries can be led on to do their brief they submitted. This Is a - productive of crime, pauperism and t

duty la such as witness the freshing Illustration that attorneys misery a/ it has been dept\ted, the T the National Banks. '
Always use They have '
two conic ns of ell-defended. In- cannot make a farce of the law by State of/Florida ought to be above pro*
pered in numbers than all other
greater
flatntla) to men Pensacola the piling up technicalities and running any man, "if you'll ray our I banking fe.
other da/. amuck In oratorical and browbeating price,! may proceed wit\ this stitutions.Watch .

tactics in the examination: of busi> of debauching our Soung us grow, our profits are now as [large -I'I't '

Jacksonville has three candidates, witnesses." men?" We don't like this lates\Jeff. f our capital was at our beginning.FIRST .
fensacola hasviwo. rfd Tampa had Browne idea just a little bit.Palatka -'

I two. The otherVcyons of the State Ben Tillman has been studous-ly ews"I I t
are liable to kick aW claim an unfair represented by hostile new apers) ; NATIONAL BANK

dirUion. But thJb Jacksonville, like and \oliticians as the unto romis- The Tallahassee Sun will not sup ,

t., mother goose* rag so\ any children ing e\emy of the negro r te, but port ttancan U. Fletcher, of Jackson- I
she don't knojr what toiio.-Apalachicola those Vegroea who know/him best ville, lor the United States Spate, as Live Oak, Florida.
Lr Times/ tell a cry different sfory/as witness It prefers \V J. Bryan ofjfthe Fade

the following from th/ Nashville town, forthe place, but Unas this to
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--$-$ $-S-*-A- -$ $ """ $
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Tribune is correct Tesnesse n: \ -t-t-t-t-t-t
[The Tampa say of )lr. .etcher InJls last issue:

w ben it lapS that "Congressman "Did ydb know tha Senator 'Ben "Duncan IL Fletcbw has committed """- --- --"!""--

Cl\rk maJK a great hit In his address Tillman isVked by evfry negro down himself toVhe Senatorial contest VISIT THE FOPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT
at l' ak on Tuesday evening, around his\ome'" /sked J. D. Lorraine Mr. Fletcher Is nan of brains and

r 1" g himself a loyal son of the of h\rlesto/ at the Hotel attainments andytfcp of achievementsin

So JA and eager in his determination Duncan. "\\\11. /e Is and the negroes profession),fan business affah-s. DOWLINGPARKi

aid his State and section in secur- would fl\ /for him any tinv lie Is glftedXlth thV divine touch

ng their first recognition by the He does not takVa pitchfork to them I upon speechf that makX a man el>- '
WT DOWN IRON THE SUWANftEE RIVE
federal government." down there. \VbC\ they want rations, quent. 11/Is a man of worth and of

tobacco or any llktle money with I t honesty. prodigious industry and Mineral Springs, Hotel and Cottage j

g The momentous qu on now Is which to buy/bediclbe for themselves: of careful training possesses of natural -

.. whether ifris s, the new or for one oytheir fspilly. they know gifts of an unusual or&er, he HOT AND COlO BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEOS. RUINS
i
r that Senator Tillman will let them WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH ANO
I Senator i fro r sas;. who has just has by study developed himself into -
taken his seat the Senate, will go have It Ilf 13 the kindVt person yon an intellectual giant." PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOAT.m 1

f Into eruptior a or after theWashington ever met /o the peoplA who live I : RATES REASONABLE aM t .scoECTiO5ATUY! (.OUlwCfTIIIUThtADORSS
holidays his w to around Um. It is true ttat he has 1UVI
i The Times-Union says that FortPierce"
he Is ret ted to have id, "If they an aw f IB temper, but he stands ever PORK HOTEL DOWLING
"tak v the rag off the bush"on PflRK. FLORIDA Ci* it1
someone
tq[ to h d me down there'll be h-H ready rod willing to aid in : fish storlX. The T.-U. referred j

to pay.' distres/ The negroes think lie Is th* : to the stacker catch of two weeks -- --------- _u__ ____ --

greatoit man alive down thelje and ago, but we taVi beaten that In away H+lh'eoftoHI i n 11 M i n n H in F i n nn H H i IMHUH 1
praise him on all sides." I i
"Be ye l80 ready./ taust hare for this week )ne man hauled In
been la a g mid this weeVyten she entered J. The Houston (Texas! ) Post is one himself, ?ndv vet |e hay heard jf -
C. Folsom's *tV\ called for and of the strong papers of the South. some people Vba- 'ent Imost wild 101 : Crescent 1 1I

t paid, 17.50 lif cast for a casket, la and always strictly within party lines. I over a fifty or 'hundrf'/pound cat"'! Pharmacy;
which she iyfends wr remains shall It[ has believed in Bryan from the of maciWel In\ one f v at otb r

be placed /hen she n s passed Into start, through good and evil for- points. \The SV P ersburg Times + I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
the beyoo/. Our boys ?*J that they tunes, and it till bel'eves! in him. Its clams to \'e found fce lady champion -

prefer that the other fell w select faith may wel nsplre weaker Demo angler, becmise a lady at Passa- I
theirs.-Martanna Times-Courier crats. It says: grille caught 280 pounds In three ; The Prescription Drug Store.
"If nominated.\Mr.: Bryan ,,\11prove I
two weeks Fort
A > f I da>s. Why ago a
Theeland Xew%..criticizes Jeff. a candidate bf whom the party I.! Pierce lady caught 400 pounds in I '
Browne beotuse he r/ad his speech at may well bej> ou. His lofty character : one day. Fish stories Yes, but
the OcalaconVvjUa/ They do It In the and lu\ nods g&1us will In- .I they are true.-Fort Pierce News. -- !

United>StateslWate that way Rhea I spire the masts with onlldence and i 1 I f c
and tht willf rally to hU 'I J'I It makesnodifference n.kt'lt..iiI-;
sXciethlng Into hope
to
they are tayln go I Mr W XBeMl, salesman for the i"
i standard they ner have beforo. \hos f't"rt'n "' _
the record anO for Ww newspapers to M Dodosn Print -1* Supply Company. r t
\j. The so-callV- rvatives who de- : blank your doc- blink yourdsn
quote and cfltlclze. Browne was : Atlanta. was a p asant caller at this
stating his )latform atqcala and the clined to follow'/1m in 1S96 and oSQce' this morning. tor Writes your i tur w rites y.trl ;
precision required for that sort of 1900 know now. If they didn't know I prescription on >Trt ri|tio Mwr
that his election would be a i \\ecanflllthemcorrettly. fill tWcwrrrttljr.
work Is not compatible with impromptu before i ran
i A lazy man x s never too lazy to .
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eloquence.A triumph of righteousness and justice, w" a
that the perils they once feared were i bother a busy .t> I II
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Tallahassee dispatch says that Imaginary and can no longer be regarded I L"I I i
e always trying i i'I
for voting against fit-formers. I
as a reason
from
the Governor has suspended
I ran the poll}+cia s. j' !
\ office M.D.;, Jones, tax collector o: the ticket. I It" 'I
Lassa / ounty, and appointed J. D.
I Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly Filled at
011 e to fill the unexpired term. M H HI 11 H 111 I III M 1 1111 1111 I H i " *" ,
J !es Is said to have left Fernandina Reasonable Pricesiw.
October, and It alleged that his let us fill your prescriptions and sen your drug store& &ea w. tarry s r Pw
Clearing House line of fresh and reliable roods. Bring us your preacn JrlrJI<.Wl W* till' IBM .aw
accounts are short 4000. IUs'' recto at lowest pnces.. Phone us your order. Prompt and reliable at yn;"nvIMONE
whereabouts are now unknown. It 'l.i r o. 220

Is, reported that he went to South

/merlcx.. .t CERTIFICATESWe GOOD ; The Crescent Pharmacy,


The Democrat return thanks to LIVE OAK, FLOKIDA..
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Mr C W. Bache. whogfe home Is in i =: I-
P. S.-Us ktchcr's 66" for hilts aad fever No Cure N. P*,.
this cltx but wha /now holding a '
governme i-ositUn at Panama on wish to announce to our friends cus- : i. .
> 11111 KM HUH II. jet
HM i ui 11 r m i n n 11 M i H

the copies canal of "ThnJvCanal woVklfiere. for Record several" a tomers and to the public in general, that we :

weekly news per\published under will be glad to accept :
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the authority and sV>ervlslon of the PARTY _Y
Isthmian ycanal Co mission.. The LIVE OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATION : = TICKETSHt :

paper Is lull of InfurmaVlpn ot an interesting -

character roar work In progress,on the great ditch
at rate of 50 tents round trip with
a
and the people engaged In 1Lr
their full face value on purchases of any : /! > >**1 Minimum of ten fares. Call on ...

vThe Jamestown Exposition closed goods at our store. and in settlement of any j i I'IlItiHU,- H"H-i tiket Agent Phone 152 forfurther **
doors at midnight Saturday and I
.its 4""Tr4'i"MUt4. information.WE '
; anxious to receive
gassed'o1iry>f existence In a joyous account. In fact, we are j

carol>al which thtniJainif." partl- I . -, ...1
c pa ., w t .' *bought or care : them. I I ttt+!;-..
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$ w>-..>>t-M-.t""
for i4t huge debt It succeeded In

ace ulatlng with no provision for Hardware Company I I SELL NOTIIIMG ExcePT

I 'payment. The Exposition was a Suwannee Health and Accident Insurance.
cress as a show but It was a financial -
It drew visitors from Annual Sen>Annual.Quarterly or M.-.:.V&Turn .
fallure. LIVE OAK FLORIDA. Pins & McWEN General LIVE OAK, t' 1
all parts of the Union In good numbers Agents,

but they didn't come In the P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in North F.,>r..!a. tf4.tN

crowds and shoals necessary to make tMiiinininMM I + e."
out. . +("
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TJLTSDAY. DECEMBER S, 1007.MMMMMMnMIHMMHMIIIIIMI. d.Iw .

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_<. e I'\enston h"'lsJ.1.r.ari . .",. .
.h
C > e Agency ,
.yeJ; .
last fifteen
fie. liar pall to policy holders 1

.. j All other Insurance nearly $700OOO.,and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for J losses. .;

agents together have paid practically nothinJ This tells the st ry. ..

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MIMHHIMIMIItlMIITOAIS .,

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Dr. + ..
'.' Thomason wit d(5wn the L. 0. i Miss Chandler\w has
/ been
P & O. road visiting II
yca/frdarto see a pa Miss lalC ii'
tint > Adams. yesterday for a for cJale

short visit with o4endkln Plant City. HAVE YOUNOTIaD I
)Irl. Randall- V Ste: will recur to Live Oak in a few
T1tbY co.u Madison Is the days. ---+-. THE .
guest of her daat ,
tier Mrs. S. .
a\
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We offer ix
finely at a bargain, SANITOL
Oak> and Sowanntoi Brown'ng Camp o/Xhe W. O. W.
six
with
room
cottage
i Catarrrd by the The workmen re the will have their regular meeting to ADVERTISING AND Of f ER IN THE

**tr.rrffa walk In front of Jok new hotel cement 11 night. The electlojf of\fflcers being modern conveniences, on
finished f N about [ ]part of the progr m. A full attend south Ohio ayenue. Most LADiCS'! HOnt JOURNAL \

d Iron Madison ance is 'requested. desirable residence sectionof 1i'Q%1AV'S HOME CO.WANION

Dr. firown .. SA ru: DAY l I *
anh i CVCNINOPO5T
JA on. Yandell, went the
If
to I have a 12-gange double city: you are
Jacksonvllle/ait night to spend barrel, COLLICP'5, DOJNeSTOR:r &C.
",,"staq P at .to Valdosta month or two.r- hammer shot gun. 'In best of fix; want contemplating purchasinga l'

. to exchange for Smith & Wesson home ih Live '
Oak
come 10 S1NIIOL PRODUCTS $I."
\V. H.UIoJe],> |rPtne Mount, Hammerless revolver. For further .
to office and let
jaara ef Iwyo, was la the passed th\oyg / e lerday. en route particulars apply at Democrat office. up our

to Jackson us show you this place.
r Fill in cne of the from
coupons
P. B. Warren, of \or.5 lk.a.., who - above Journals with our name as .. ,
, !tee front Day, Her. B. T-Rai>e >fw5nt>orn. was has been the gu& t ofils brother P. Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL
1wa In town year
some mw [ ln They will send you an order '}
on ,
business matt left yesterday for Dtt FJa.: to accepta us for the ten products. (Retail ',"
; 0131 0. 1* ret' tet +- position with the DaVjon Mercantile value $2.70.) .t-

{ a1 Miss Helen CoViwy returned from Company of that place. I H

. .- Perry yesterday.re she has lewin -- .
been Building, Room 3. ;
[WK( .lael l* a boHne** trip visiting her sistaT Meeting of tlieAYoman's Club. : 1
'za t t y Phone No. 44. Suwannee
The Woman's
; flub met at the Library
4 11':1. .; md Ed. Porterwent
Saturday, 'ov. 30 at 3 p. m.
,. r atrrday from hunting lit sU>rday afternooi, There !
was quite a good attendancein I Ii A; sl
w 1 a0... and klHed a good bag. spite of the di greeable weather. Distinguishes! Lecturer. I Drug Company
. The greatest woman lecturer ot
Mesdames Carroll Tjid Helvenston
aaaa to TallabasseeMa Mbs Hall returned Monday night this age will bar In Live Oak next n a
were the hostesses foV the r
and ,
day ;p : 'rr'!: I ;;; I 1111111
from Jacksonvll Sunday Dec. 81 She is to give a ; Idilj
# + \ where she had made everyone cordial/y welcome.
been visiting her brother. course of lector 3 at the Second Advent I :
... The program was .Interesting and Christian Caurch, on prophecy.She : J >11 i n n n > HIJ.D.RADFORD
.1. 4t* UL of r Vlll<>. I li I instructive. Miss the +
lgfield del
::2lUdtr loJ.,. is one of the\est historians on + ;
Her. V. \ TayMr. st Chaitahoocbeispent egate to the ;
mee ng of the StateFederation
t earth. No one can describe hr !aR
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last night' yfth Uev. H. Dutill. of W man's Clubs held I
... >L" lava kV returned wonderful lecture/by word or pen i
< yea lie was on hI. yT. uV Charlotte Ha-- in Gainesville. Npv. 19-22, gave a
... hQD'tule. bor. detailed and interesting account of No one an conceive of a human beIng I
_ possessing sxch wonderful memory I
JEWELRY
anl
STORE
the meeting the progress of the ,
fc ht+tW+ttb. of li ran ford. I Is Miss McLeran of Wellborn, passed Federation work. This was greatly) as she exhi its. She gives the ;

attic Ctb.i today through yesJeYda/ e route to Talla enjoyed by all presW. rise and fall of VII the empires of is the place, to buy .
this world from tre beginning up to
basses wbe'lege. sariIs attending cola Owing to the abs nee of Mrs. T. 5Batsden and
| | t, HtlfttMfcVJr date names and mates without referring I holiday .
f Tampa, was vs the club.did not have the to presents Anew i J
+ tki a any bjbok. She has entertained -
} terday. pleasure of listening to her paper on and
_.. 10.000 at a single lecture beautiful
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Her J. L. Hendr/presiding elder ")llIk and its Pr/ducts." 1 t
in the East. t line of
can properly
Nope appreciate gift-giving
I. Grn\As |a the city this of the JaCkSOn -11+e District passed Mrs. B. W, lie easton read a very -

: tr..Ftk of tow a. through the cJ&. yesterday on his interesting: p3perduter: tlon of gift but'those her wo wko derful'hear her ability: and- f foods? are now boing I ,

a ay home from \11'hite. Food." In the absence of Mrs. II ; :t opened.. Every '*
Remember ehef will give her tit 3t
BM M Wa Uulne trip -M- P. Hopkins, the /ader for the day, lecture next : i thing suitable for a
morning at 11
Sunday .
3i
HajUi Vterdajr morning. J. B. jf'presenting the the general discussion[ was ably h-d handsome '
Legstet + present.
o'clock
at the Set ond Advent ChristIan i ;
photographic department of the H. & by Mrs. II. M. ohnson. The program Church. Ev rybody Invited to I Prices are reason

bassist Club, sea t \V. B. Drew Co r\JacksontUle, waf closed w fth contribution hear her. Seats \rt'e. lt: ble, and quality is :1.c

i start aolle*. Phone 2:2 pit t In the city oiusineJn esterday. of items of CUI ent interest by all .
guaranteed. Please
the members, and the club then adjourned .
IW Vv to meet in two weeks. TO THE 1'UILIC. I do me the favor of 1 1
vloc Park, was The O tra of the "; ;
**r a l r bourn yesterday. Tlmes-Unran correspondent, :- "Dr. JESIE[ W. WHITE. Beginning with Mgfiday, December j!lt: getting my prices be .

.,,, Pacco, of Oie Oak wae the guest ofMrs. P.eporter Pro-tern. 2, the Daily DeVocjftt will be isue d''ii fore you make an t I s1

llrnr0 of Luravtlle. was a I! A. 11 ire o Thanksgivla earlier In the da\/ Let all copy for orer.II f t 'I ,

MrNotsr tD0 dq leaterd.y. day and preaSLed JB most excellent Fleetric Light \otire.e display advertisevuits and lengthy i i it t )

.. -- sermon Thurada} /morning at th >n the first of December the Live notices be sent m the day before, to j .._...;0;._,_, X ? i
er-. of Peacock WI! Methodist Episc/i l church. Dr. Manufacturing Company will be insure insertiop.( Th\ change has

,..... tWtorI I. the city letter. Pasco has man/ frig ds in Citra. compelled to put meters on the residences i been made njressary forci time, and il :

who are alwav/delighfvd to see him. because of the fact that so we hope oijr friends woU govern J. D. RAD FORD
.
On Thursdajr night a reception was many residences are leaving the'r themseltes ccordingly. t" k st

Tr 'young men and tendered to Dr. Pasco at the elegant lights on all night[ and there will not I

k a clerks during our home of Mrs. E. A. White. Aboutthirty be sufficient current for the additional The loan sharf lias the coin of !I 'liVE OAK, FLA. .

a n. M L liurnrtt'it guests were present and a most Ugtits required by the new hotel vantage over ppe who borrowM

spent" ant other new buildings, trouble f :
delightful evening : ++++t l"Il"f-- it I H'I-*++++- 1.1

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NEW lVJ.E ANDISE : ;
;' New hand-painted China suitable J
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THE LADIES'"EMPORIUM. I II IICold ents.for Skirts wedding chilnden's and Christmas ooats, hats pres-, ,

dress goods and laces
I a specialty.

+ weather has come, very likely to stay. Many lines of seasonable. gocds to be found here |( sheets Standarjj giren away patterns each fashion month. ,

; *&y reasonable prices. Ladies' and children's under- ''
f'
4tailorvd wear. New 1 line corsets. .
p.:

3KIKT5, fANCY WORK. TAILORED SUITS. r' ti j MRS. C. W. BACHC, Prop. f i ,

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a Not a bit too early to make holiday Handsome assortment of cogs COATS.' -
fI'
and I
Beautiful tine of stamped ed suits, in many styles
selections. I {
materials, positively only one suit of a
pieces, bureau and sideboard '
linen center
scarfs. kind, no two alike. Prices equally aj HAVE YOUR
low as Jacksonville or mail order hour
Novelties IT' pillow tops, laundry bags I
New designs fir Mexican es. Perfect alterations guaranteed ab Now is the best ,
and sofa pillows.
solutely free. };o advantage to order
best time to ladies
drawn work. all on quality secure
suits all the vantages are at home I
I linen; scarfs and center pieces. when you see the goods. IIrices $13 tv children's and : picture frames

$30. Silk jumper suits $9.50 to $12.00 mfants coats while! ** r.
KI () AS. Black silk petticoats $-t.1 to $12.00.
Porcahne and lIeatherbloom skirts the stock is large, madebeforethe

$1.25 to $3.50. before the best have {
Snappy line of Kimonas to select from :

long and short beautiful patterns, lail- PARA50LS. been selected. I 'I rush of the Hol
or made, bisr variety of materials, cola f.
,
and sizes. almost at any price, 98c 1''
ors to $10 for the best Japanese long silk Excellent selection of ladies and child Quality and style |: idays. .
Kimonas imported. ren's parasols for home use and Xmas considered. Our 'Il i
!
gifts. M issea 24 inch good quality blackTiarasols ( t ,
for school use at $25 to 1.5 prices are under theavuage. i:
GLOVES. Ladies black pa-asols $1.25 up to 1.50 1
< for the best silk with siher and goVi .

New shipment long kid gloves just arrived handles. i';
> skirts for ladies and SiTes 51-2 to 8, black and brown Ncrhing to gain i .. :
lima l rice asked, by others Swell line of short kid gloves "I ob- RAINY DAY GOODS- '
bade. Ladle*' all wool lessee" 2 clasp mono colors, $l.ZJ by waiting. Visit + fly. @K X tifW8 CO.

t'h'at' black altmaiN bfwn.Toil any* skirts blue I>ar?e selection of silk black and lisle and glo\brown'es. La-lies' 2T'd cl.i'Jrn.s ntber,- 50 cents our ready to wear 3 t J t t
*tat Ckirt shots and long white, t,) 75; cents. Lai'u's ('*;avanette c>:au department | I
Co., $10 now. _
up.ocrd brown
blue,
skirts for girls and Children's cashmere gloves rain proof at $.OO to $20.00 each. r
lanr variety of mater- and red. Infants wool mitten 15c to yadiesnergaite.f; black and brown, ;I:

tjrlea. at .75 up. Al- 33 cents. 50 cents a pair. q
t, C. C OOK W.

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.' LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT TUESDAV. DECEMBER 3, 1007.
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"Guess"Worth so.a Cool'bpol y&E fiilllion made ought.it, isn't in the be icebusiness. ?" I Live Oak, Perry &: Gulf R. R. Co. FLORIDA ,RAILWAY: :


."-QfowhJng Magazine.Here's Time Table No. 2O *

_t Good Advice.O. _. The Mineral Springs Route. Taking: Effect SUNDAY JUNE 20, at 12:01 A,*, .. ",

S: Woolever, one of the beat - SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OP PREVIOUS !
WU1'.OtnCD EA..eT Bt>U1'fDZ" '
known merchants of VeRaysville, N.
EBAD DOWW. CDTaAL TOIL
\., says: "11 you are ever troubled Clus rIYBTCLASs SCIIEIUI.E I'' llur cuss h4 ClUI t
No.I I NO.L
with piles, apply Bucklen's Arnica Frt Frt EFFE'E1Vh: : fit"'F tfixedFct I Mail
and ,'. Paas Pass Fass Pass OCT. 27, 1907 pass Pus PaN Pass nd land Daily I and I tSTAnONs.
Salve. It cured me of them for good Pua Pa511' PasaiPssa, Except I Exprwa.Monday. .
2w years ago." Cures every sore, 3-1 9 5r1ii2121416 4 t 8 [>ail,..

wound, burn or abrasion. 25c at A'M A.1' A.M PM P.M P.M A.M A.M ' PlOt P.MjP.M T 00 a in 4 10 P m1L.! La- Oak-._ ..
__,-- 8TATIOXS" 7tO: a III 4 44 P m Lr_...........,._..1"arWt'...,.,, .,. __,"u
Barclay Groover drug store. decdwCouldn't Daily ex SII ft Sun D ex Sun D ex DaI, Sun SUD Dull exSnn '140 a III 4 65 p m'Lv:' .- .._Laa"_ __..
Snnday only only onl1' Sun only onl1' 'I f' a ID ( 08 p mL, . Kirklallll.-_. <
onlT
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Lye L"e h. L.e L". Ar I Ar 21. m ( 19 p mlAr. ..._.WIImartL--_._
Answer It. i -LYe Ar A; Ar Ar 1000 a m IlZOPIDIL" Wis..........,._. <: ... .
4511110' -- 00 1085 a m ___ --Su.Bi_.. ............_
1 1 pmlLY
Mother-Wh eke those 41 ........Li". 0.-.101011 5(, II 3$ 350 i ---- y. !
oranges 806:11: t 14 s 433 ..........,.. tarr.511130 517 325' 335.S 10 14 s m ( 30 p mL, : _Nor'INIIId1025 _... ..
that were on thf able 51011555 325 152 is? ...........lfl'Cft'....... .... 946 11 25 512 1ZO: 330e151140 a m ( 40 PIDAr-K'--,[ -.-..... .. . .
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; 2' 155 4 40 .............PlatL........... 943 11 22 109 315: I ti 11\5 a m iC2pmILY.--M _
Tommy-WI tn cookies that 830:11: 50 .38 450 ....... ...... 100' S 10I 11 28 a m S 4t P 1I11LY- Roo. P.dr.- . ,.
I = 0 L&npater.: .1. 937 1112 S 00 3 10 1115 a m 1M p m.Lv_ ......_._..Snit 1to.i.--.___.,,., -
were In the capboard, I suppose.- 8 4515 10 t e' 110 i 00 300....... owbDC Park .- 9 Z5 11 05 11 ti 4 6,1 Z 3 Do 12 00 ID' 10 p miLr.IT ._.__.AakaW-.__.. ...
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Harper's Weekly.A 952 ........_ 1t 10 p o 6 pm,LT., CIIarttGe._ __ ...
35012 15 14-t 504 304 f 15 10 fd 11 40 4 43 135, I' 12 20 pm' 27 p m L .K __ .
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8 552010' 110 ...... ChaDUy..j 2 30, I If It .. L,___._..Jsnhoibwy......... _.. ..
I U i 11 I 0P 18 50 11 33 4 35 12 P 11'I 6 as
P
306 t i i 15 ...............Day............. t 05 )IUS 2281 12 50 Pili' 63 P m Lv-------....... _.._..Denm.rL-._. ... . !!
Dangerous Deadlock, 91 r ...._.8110..............., 219' .. _
I 1Ie 10 39 100m 6 60 Ar -.P.rrs-
s 23 .........Townsend........... 868 2 11I, pm !
that sometimes terminates fatally, Is t 4 a I Z3 S I ......8mltb... ......... a 11'1032 1 U
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...... _...... Luraville Branch
the of liver and bowel func- 9 51 a.1 6 01 -Fellbolle..a 8 14 t 56 1 371!
stoppage 1020 4O617. ............-PerTY..._......... 800940 I 120.;
tions. To quickly end this condition 10 35 4 15 6 ...Hampton Sprila.... 745 925 1 QG' Between Lnraville and Wilmartk.Alton .

without disagreeable sensations Dr. W.t
MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. bound. I ..
King's New Life Pills should alwaysbe .
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.10 a a L. - .WIImart. --- :
your remedy. Guaranteed absolutely P.M A.M( I IP.M A.M P.M P.M 8 60 s mI Ar. '".lAraft1le- _. .,..c
satisfactory in every case or I.ve LYe / I Lye, Ar Ar Ar
12 2010 I S 10, ......Mayo JUlldion..... 11 3' 4 3b I Branch
back at Barclay & Groover
money
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drug store. %Se. dec-dw -12-i Io l--I! 33Q!! .... ...Deu............_ 1121 W 223 Between Mayo and Altci.
12 40 10 151 a 171 ........_Peter.os-......... 11 14 4 19 I 1
it 5010 25, I.13 ...M.1'o..._........ 11 4 10 ZOO East I -
--. -- Bound.
AVuuId Gct4t. ;; ;;10 .13 40 ._.........-Alt rn.............. 11 4 1 ........ ... ... ... .. .
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William, now we've getting into the D;; );; Sun ISun; ..1)-ex'Sjn I D ex S;;Sun: Sun D ex D.. -
Sun Uft OnlTOllb, Sun ;Only, Sun On y Only Only Sun Sun Train scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air XJi.w..t t..4..4 A* .s.rsr.
smart set. tha nrt should have a bound at Live Oak. For information regarding ratoa aca.d lM s.d..p
coat-of-arms \ fJ7191S1jDI 2 121416 ; 1 I T.P.ALSTON,Superintendent. t. f litaw4e !

Mr. NewrCerta ly, my dear.
Wt see my tailor about\t tomorrow. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic II
Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connectionscall
London Opinion.
on any ticket a
n'1 1
J. LEE ENSIGN, . .
Danger In Asking Advice i
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When you have a cough or cold, SEABOARDAirline
do not ask some one what is good j "111 ;dI; mI :II 1I iI ' 'I 111111 "111 "rI' IIIII ;

for It, as there is danger in taking 1:1


come Honey unknown and Tar preparation.cures coughs,Foley's colds, ATLANTIC COAST LINE I I Railway. i

and prevents pneumonia. The genuine IR ;

is in a yellow package. Refuse
l substitutes. Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern ,

City Pharmacy dec-dw Rail Road IIa Raleigh, Richmond, Washington Baltimore.
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Accounted Vor."No. Philadelphia and New York.flYOLL6I1NTTn1NS .

." slid tHfl stubborn man, "no -4

body He's can alter youJ&on't nrv r ward for Jiggins. a j Goes every 'where, North. South, |HI'! \ DAILY a

a man meet every
t day." Jr \ j East and West. Through Pullman |

"I admltr UfiTt," \lied Markley.
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"but 1 auricle it to the fact that I i service on all trains. sCONSULT : Seaboard Express Seaboard Md
f
loaned him $10 several months ago." -

Catholic Standard. a.. -I 1

j THE "PURPLE : :Modern : Pullman : Equipment .*
/Millions of bottles of Foley's Honey i IH IHIi *

r and Tar have been sold without any FOLDER"u .

t person ever having experienced any i
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other ttan beneficial results from its it. For detailed informotion, schedules, rates gI The Jamestown Exposition Lite'
use for coughs, colds and lung trou-
bles. This is because the genuine I p and reservatione, see your nearest ticket pn NORFOLK. VA.

l Foley'sJIoney and Tar in the yellow agent, or write or call on ftij

r package contains no opiates or other S I Excursion Tickets on Snlo D&Us ,

k harmful drugs. Guard your health ij 1 Ticket Atlantic I
J. L. BREEN, Agent, Coast Lines |
; by refusing any but the genuine. City H Live Oak Florida. For full information and Sleeper r' *rvatM4M ) pry "f*
t Pharmacy. dec-dw 1 of Seaboard, or write,

I .- Oft -. -- - ; S. C. EOYLSTON. JR., Asst GenU Ti-. "....,. J.i UtAt r.l ...
Xol Supers tioui.t I

"Are you \pers bus?" JLUJ-Ui-UJLLLLULJ ILLLU1HUJ
J iJ
I
j FRANK C. BOYLSTON. District Passenger Agent |I
r "Not a bit,\>6swered the man

who is ashameroof his little weak Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. !

nesses. "I hare nothing to do with

superstition/In facCl have observed ,-Ii I II III Ii I II 11111 U 1111111111111111111'. 'I11III '111111 i;' 1111 I"I III ''I I i I Hill I::I ''I IlilliOrlr
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Can You Write% Ghost
that wh n ever I b ln to take notice a Story

of signs I always haVe bad luck."


Washington Star. l r1f ; No doubt you know one you have t** t'8-

Public Speaker Interrupted I ing for years. We will give a

Public speakers are> frequently Interrupted T HE SUNSHINE of the Sunny South CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARS

by people coughing. ThU lives bottled Coca-Cola. This great
for
the best Ghost Story written t+\ 'fJUlf
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would not happen if Foley's Honey 'r'
American drink has become '
now a old male
or
and Tar were '' taken, as it cures i or female.
coughs and cold',and prevents pneumonia household necessity. Invaluable in The only condition is that each conl+ ts
straightening out domestic trials and the tribulations
send
i and consumption. The Fifty Cents for a Year* IUb..n

genuine; : contains no opiates and is ina of housekeeping. From grandson to to THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a mtw,

yellow I package. City Pharmacy grandfather, it fills a long-felt want and offers publication, published at Live Oak, t"Hnda

,
dec-dw just the invigoration needed for spring indis- The Cyclone is full of Dinner anIn.\I hot:

positions and over-taxed nerves. It helps to it has will of its 4M
t sual a own, and stands on u i
"Gentlemen of thevfury." said the i solve the "Servant Problem. form unique in policy and principle TAe

i prosecuting barrfs f. "this prisoner Bottled Coca-Cola Keeps Even Cooks Happy first number will appearNOVEMBER

U an unmitigate scoundrel; he acknowledges
FIRST
it-y Arni yet, thanks to "-
i the wisdom of the cVumon law, he Write on one side of paper only; i t-t00(

ras been giyjm a fair Njal by a jury y3z to exceed 1,000 words; contest will! t ...

*bf his peers r \
FEBRUARY 15th 1908. i
The TdUits. ,
prisoner was acqui -
/ live Oak Bottling Works Sole .Agents I and winner will be announced in the Mard

number. Send in your subscription at ,-nc*

t Hadly .Mixed t'p. I The only vay tha yoa: can tell that It is more di,cult to keep money

Abraham Brown, of Winterton, X. some people ar alije U by the absenceof tl an it is to rn ke it. I THE SOUTHERN CYCI.ON&t

t V. had a very remarkable experIence I a tombstone fa their memory. 1

; he says; "Doctors got badly A.', Many a an i* prematurely gray Drawer 30 Livo Oakiclyersise n.

mixed up over me; one said heart Some fjt.ol. (onsider themselves charitable j because of M wife's red balr.
;- disease; two called it kidney trouble: - - n j
because t wy give their old clothes
the fourth blood poison, and :be "
f away. Blind lore fifth stomach and liver trouble; but
f -------- lovers Into a afllr of spectacle
AdviM'tistf
none of them helped me; so my wife !
advised trjlng Electric Bitters whi-h I No man<4s master ui i.. ,-,.-.-e (
1th.f ;ange 01 tniuan knowledge-with A man's Mad is his to*-taere-
are restoring me to perfect \
te possible/exception of a village ore, he ha io cause for alarm when
f One bottle did me more good tbac .
justice of ine peace. : spins. Have . t ..',t
ai the five doctors prescribe Fr you anything to sell? Do you w. :
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Guaranteed to cure blood poison. : I II Have "lost"
weakness and all stomach liver ana Variety isust, be the spice of lifo. i .I C. 5ifi-c \Vasb'.ngton'srho: : ? I you or "found"ant'

Barclay & otherwise yoWhg ladies wouldn't be :aav :3 dab: ftr'm 'Tisurcs" because ho
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Groover kidney complaints druggists 50c., dec-dw so anxious to Change their names. ouldn't lie* I An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your demo" ,

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LIVE OAK DAIL1 DEMOCRAT TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1007.I05AL .
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CARDS. I ORDINANCE NO. 67.In exceeding five hundred ($ .
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Ordinance I
_ ass Requiring Railroad dollars or Imprisoned not longer |

Companies Owning or Using Tracks ninety days,,or by both such fine 1

BROOME, Across Ohio Avenue in the City of imprisonment at the discretion of 1 1 I I '

Live Oak Florida, to Provide a Mayor and In addition, such

Flagman for said Crossing, and shall be isolated under guard 1

i-fT4 COUNSELOR AT LAw Prescribing his Duties, and Impoa- such time as a practicing i I .1
lag Penalties.Be ;
FLORIDA.
I GAL < may certify that danger from
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/r-! to (*. , Lra M aMtpttrr att.adrque any physician :
rlorlda: shall willfully make any false j :

fraT AT Umom. Section 1. That the railroad and cate under the provisions of this l ldlnance : .

railway companies owning or usinga upon conviction by the !: S

a. w. WEST, Had or lines of main or side tracks or shall be punished by a fine, not ; .

nand Surgeon. rcroat Oblo Avenue in the city of ceeding! five hundred dollars or ;

Ohio Avenue WU Oak Florida and operating pllsoned not longer than ninety
BoiVJinff.
Ethel hotel trims thereover be and they are I or both such fine and
0ifcery st
uereby required to furnish and keep at the discretion of the Mayor.
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__ / MLjpl stationed at the Ohio Avenue street Sec. 4.-That this ordinance .

MM IBaMter A wNo.IR crossing of such tracks in said City take effect Immediatei upon its

bagman or watchman from the sage by the Council and approval

.i r C.TMOMAON our of six o'clock in the morning the Mayor. I :

& THOMASON until the hour of eight' o'clock in the I Attest: I
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evening of each and every day. S. P. MAYS, C. H. I

aWBBMBW- Section %. That it shall be the City Clerk. Pres i e

LNS&; SURGEONS, duty of said flagman or watchman to I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of @

remain at said Ohio Avenue street City of Live Oak Florida de i

i ILORIUA. crossing at all times between the certify that the foregoing ': -

pours mentioned in Section One of No. 67, was regularly passed by <
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this Ordinance and to keep look-but City Council on the 6th day of

t. J. LYLE for all approaching engines trains I vember A. D. 1907, and the !

Practical and cars across raid crossing and to hereby certified to the Mayor for :

watch for all persons: erasing the approval. I

IKER AND JEWELER railroad traces at such crossing and Witness my hand and the to 8 3

A yrara *irwttv f to give timely warning or signal to said City this 6th day of $

such persons of the approach of all 1907. | t1
clef Watfh.'alw\ 4i hand. ,
trains, engines and cars. That any S. P. MAYS City (!)
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violation on the part of such watcn- Examined and approved byTne
HI. n. H nou txutfrs :
Iran or flagman of any of the duties November 7th A. D. 1907.J. T

f uhtklaa. Imposed by this section stall subject! B. JOHNSON, I

lint to a fine ot not exceeding ('neHundred .
dfeU of tk ORDINANCE. C.&.
f aye e I
Dollars, or imprison'nit
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'.a. ...BUf *tur. of leaves a An Ordinance Heoiiiring the
not exceeding: ninety days or by b vh @@
of Licence 'l
a -X by Any i
fif, such fine and Imprisonment, ct the
;as at fianlay i: i>roxiver Drug discretion of the Mayor. IVisoiio, Firm or Corporation ,
Purchases or Contracts for .
d-w Section 3. That this OrdUance
Purchase of Clearing House .
shall become effective on rui after 1
ficates in the of Live
City
L. A nuw iiir.n.fCCUC the 15th day of December. A. I). Less
riorida at than the
! : STENOGRAPHER. 1907. Value Thereof, and 'I
Pasted : Council of Live
by e City
oa.r. Upstairs: Penalty for the Violation :
Oak }. this llth of November
Florida day -
t.Wat lath handing, .' Be it ordained by the Mayor ':,

r UK .. -> FLORIDA. 1907. City Council of the City of Live i i
I CH\S. H. BROWN
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President City Council. I Florida: j I

I III I art mu y Hogs, plenty of cheekids Attest: S. P. MAYS, Section 1. It shall be unlawful ,

*f eater I shop. any person persons, firm or i, t -
City Clerk. I II
lion to purchase or contract to ;
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S. I'la's, City Clerk of the
[fcitt'i Un' Early Riser Pills I chafe within the city of Live ;: d-w f .
City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby
I ly U,. Oak Drug Co. dec-d OrdinanceNo. Florida, any of the Clearing t
certify that the foregoing
Certificates issued by the trUIIe( .
Gl was regularly passed by the
I. the Clearing House As o'ation! k.j
fart c l a lie-and so can City Council on the 11th day of Nov _ .
posed of bauks doing business iu
isles they hear one. ember. A. D. 1907. and the same H ""* 3.
city of Live Oak Florida at and e.S@S@ .j.jg .jr
I tereb certified to the Major for his thiface .ja
a less sum than value [
1 t 's CartoUzed Witch Hazel approval.
such certificates, unless such
Gel tMVUt Sold by Lire Witness my hand and the seal of
persons firm or cllr oatiou. ,
t frif Co. deal said City this 11th day of November
have first paid to the Tax
1907. S. P. MAYS,
of the City of Live Oak a licence

aleay worry ahead of City Clerk. df Five Hundred Dollars and [ ]

east sf ktfQu e-agent and skir- Examined and approved by me this cured a license trum the said

tic 18th day of November A. D.
Section: %. Any person,
J. B. JOHNSON. i
1907. corporation, or the officers l ; .

i IfcWUt's Kidney and Bladder Ma'or. *bo shall purchase Clearing

5f ate for weak back In- ORDINANCE NO. 67. Ortiflates without first payIng 'f'

.f tile bladder backache I .icenee tax and procuring a

4 alia.?.. Bold by Lire Oak An ordinance in relation to the loin the city, 1'3 provided in the I : !' I! : :i:! I I "..I 1':1:
is dec-d public health and to prevent the r
eding section shall be
spread of certain contagious and Infectious -
a fine not exceeding Five
diseases in the City of Live
f.ill ile to disprove the .Ailais.! or iupiisonment for a }
Oak. and providing: penalties.
c4 a -JTls* man he can at jot exceeding ninety das, or by
ORDAINED the Mayorand
BE IT .
1bt 11io1LuaUv. uch fine and Imprisonment in
City Council of the City of Live
discretion of the Major.
Oak Florida:
Fruit Syrup, the + Section 3. That__ this
I| Sectionl.-Whenever any case of
fa. stimulates but doesIt I hall take effect immediately
yellow fever small pox cholera dip-
Is the best Laxathe. passage by the Council and ap f
I Iberia scarlet fever or scarhtlna
w lour money back. I I by the Maor. CHAS. H.
wsomething shall develop or exist in the city of President City ..

.,. Live Oak the patient and all mem- .Attest S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I. ,j
bers of the hourehold::: exposed to the
Clerk of
S. P Mays, City
Hand to be shall be immediately placed
.... same, City of I ive Oak Florida, do
fepnething over which under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector
.7 I certify that the foregoing
under the direction of the ]!
regularly passed by
6S was
-- Committee of'
Mayor and Sanitary Council on the 18th day of
II aot\lll better offered they and the house where such I 11..0.
said city
_.... for stomach trouble patient shall be. must be quarantined hereby' certified A. ,D. 1907 to ,tne and Mayor th3 (

i 41(*..tion, etc., than {j I as effectually as practicable and danger -I approval. ..

lkle Ie a scientific preparadifestants signals In the form of red flags :I
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i Witness my hand and the & .
'Ifal I II
combined shall be pla;ed around such infected .
i, said City this 18th da) of
11. add, and It contains house houses or quarters, and all
1 I \. D. 1907.
lakes found In every thereof exposed to Infection -
the Inmates S. P. MAYS City CJ<< !
k. KODOL Is hereby required I
guaran- be and they are
I Examined and approved by me
a*t. ,.&0." It Is pleasant to to remain in such Infected November ISth, A. D. 1907.

r .uJ a.b feel fine by or within I I a
you I house, houses or quarters J. B. JOHNSON, l
slat JO..at. Sold by Livedecd I such infected district as may be under i!.

G quarantine until such time 13.

---- I they shall be able to prodice a certificate 1

oesn't make up from some practicing physician :" FOLEYS

leaven from the that all danger of Inaction is

1 htsr. \ past and that the infected house

quarters, and their contents -
houses or

t'kitdrvr'ahI have been thoroughly disinfected HO 1r\ll"' TJ

-- U White's Cream Ver- or until such time as the State 6 t\j 9 .
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Bate for worms and all Board if Health shall have taken ILA

* *. It not only kills charge of and raised such q 1'1.antine; ** .+"'"

bit remotes the mucus provided, that tbii prohibits may i i ho: Gfi,;"LJ! ,

, hi.k ch theirS to any dMdual 1I...u.t
: they build nat apply
-( tte I LAXATIVE\ GdiKli E Ki: C'
. ** ** ora the child Is member ot the family who produces : >>

Leh aim In a t tealthyI. a certificate from some pr.. tlclnguh'olcian I F, r c-.r--t':., ..-. ''"-.. t:,., it a:' s

a.0 ( Surmae, Tenu, that such membc. has not f,,u>.;,," \ -

\t 1 "*. ODe of Its t:hildrrnVermlfugo i bt-e" txpoied to infection aid that U, vl : ,rr-\ !. :- .

when th" I I there is no danger of such number Tho "enti"

,' .>,It had colic and from communicating said disease. FOLCVS HOV-Y l T\ -- --- -

'\e child passed 73 Sec. %.-That any persons vio'aling' ,YcUowro Rr+.e k .

a t? 8awanne Drugs any of the above provisions of ti.., p!' -".-'d "', avI .

dec-d preceding section shall be fined not I Foley l+ Company, C*. cat;

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: 9 D. L BYRD, 2nd Vkc-Prcsidcnt ARNOLD P.MKKLCK, Caster "

1 Capital and sS hOlders Liability, '_$100,000.00.
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