Live Oak daily Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075905/00150
 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: October 1, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00075905:00150
 Related Items
Related Items: Suwannee Democrat

Full Text
:' : >

'> '
1t' :

: t.

," J ..,: ...<.t;; 'j- ,_ .-':

\ ; '. ;: :";{

' ) \E: t;r .. .w '.

\ l.


( ; \

1 a :










I -
I II .oj;
--- '
I j The Sturm Lasted< More Than Twenty

Distinguished!' Ilepresentatues!' From II Hours _.

j Different Countries Were IVesent I

I Boston Sept. 30.\ Ireless dispatches -

Canton 0., Sept 30.-The natioi I I received to4arifrom. the Atlantic lit
paid homage today to the memory of h I squadron, anchored at jthe
g William McKinley when the splendid head of Cape Cod, flJhe Barnstable 1

monument which marks his last rest- shore, show that tw l ; &vee were# lost, 15er

Ing place was unveiled in the presence {' r -'T7r I'', two vessels damaged nd th entire. .,

of an assembled throng such fleet was given a vjre shafting up ';

as Canton never saw before and with In the storm which YaSed /esterday

,the president of the United States as in the bay. The fleA wa anchoredon

the principal speaker It was the AM a lee shore aadolly thjb strength

tribute of a grateful nation, both In of their ground ta kV' said some of

word and in deed to "a good citizen, ; -Z the big war rSsSt y from being

a brave soldier, a wise executive," thrown on the beach.
and more than 50,000 persons representing Those who lost their lives were

'all uXiks of life and every Lieut John II *'ursp. of the battleship : !t

"'c; of the co ntry participated in Illinois and 1 !
part Now sea-
Note.-Lightning struck Speaker Cannons b' rn tuncU* ys -
ceremonies Heating the monuthe man of the battleship.sr The
Berryman in Washington Star.
gut of million ------- -- ---- -- .
meat the living
-.t a I --- -- -- refrigerator shIp Gla. her *
.. ,
---- ------ ---- ---
"..;' ,Americans w se l ntrl ons aggregating anchor and colNjed Ulth the cruiser
NIC FLl-KT: NOT lau,' I Ii COTTON IIVN1)LI; *.S sTttlKK.
'" $6\0, *
: splendid. tomb In whlc.est. the of both vessels to the Charles-
And Can't Start fir "ahit Ocean for Fight i Thousand Men Threaten to
bodies of the oft martyredprealdent I' town navy\jard fOr repairs. r.'I
Several Months. TII.L''Um Quit. <
' ,his wrte and their two i I More than wenty hours the great
New-York 30.A to ,
Sept. special M\K .\ I1UINIXVCTKV
children. New Orleanj. La., Sept 29.- ships were tumVted about in the big:1

Distinguish?! mAi fn all parts the Press frOTaashington, says: j I IN PKKMi: I II:, Action whit /is expected to cause a seas which surged>n to the bay. Furse ;9:'J
The preside t was chagrined! to '
of the country ana man; eprE'sentatIves ; cm ZT I strike of about 8,000 cotton handlers was thrown again a hatchway on

f of foreign countries made tho learn today' thai the 'battleship fleet I tomorrow wjs taken by the commercial the Illinois ariftusp baVly injured that i
will be delayed two months .
pilgrimage here participate in tha bodies of >ew Orleans today. he died during tSsjgifcht The seaman -

dcdcatiox"! the mausoleum an.d and perhap, sere4tyJive days beforeIt 'AGAINST THOMAS/ C. PIATT The excbaugeJnstructed steam- on the Minnesota* was washed }: -o:
can departywitl t to the Pacific
'L made the event a notable one. /iy ship agents at thlj port to disregardthe overboard and dro*ned, while nearly
coast. Altho xhtha yards have '
The monument 's a magnificent ua\j demands of 1,200 cotton screw every vessel had some ofir her crew
been wo\klng\o\erfirfie in the '
structure, simple but imposing.. In hopeof Th.rf men and to hlr / on-union labor to bruised t Rvbeing hii led/about the _
Platt titans Heus h\er :
having\ $ jig sjliia I in shape next i| .
load theiresseffi
'I: the sarcophagi are the bronze Caskets Manutl t /the \\oniau iI i i i ship. /
month, it waWfouidlnecessary today
containing the bodies of both President i All the othe*unions in the cotton The followlngTtssjs. lost their
t d throw off all disguise and admit
McKinley and his wife. Ink I loading busintsu, including longshoremen anchors and chains: The Minnestoa, t1'S'
that man of the big fighters are I j
; niches in the wall of the tomb are ) New York 30.-lae Catherine yardmen, scale men, mark- the Kentucky, the Des Moines (two
two little caskets containing the wholly unfit for a long >ojage, and I Wood th former ers and freight h ndlers, declare they anchors), the Marcellus, the Ohio 1
that the repairs \Viii delay
ashes of their only children Ida and necessary clerk, who bas een Bollig United will strike if nop-union screw men the Glacier (two anchors), the ":1
the departure until Christmas, if not
Mary, both of whom died in infancy. States Senator omas C. Platt forseveral are employed Caesar and the Mayflower. The Kear- .
until the second week of
Januarj The steamship agents demand the sarge and Maine lost their anchor3 :1
years. tot y brought
"Life As a Journey." screw men load 200 bales of cotton getting under way but those of the
Negro (Colon for t'alifoitua. I the supreme Cl rt for absolute k
A '
daily in place of 1 160 formerly loaded Maine recovered.
L On the above object, Ilev C. A. divorce from the enator. alleging were
Los Angeles, Sept. 29.-.\ projectto The screw orn; have refused and Lieut Furse, 27 years old, was a
Ridley, of the aptist church, preached that she bad been carried to him In ftc
establish a large colony of negroes' have demanded increase of $1 a native of South Carolina, but st
.' at 11 /a. m., Sunday to the Fifth avenue otel, New York In fD appointed F d
'; in "Southern California is being pro- ( day for stowing \60 bales to the naval academy from
splendid congregation. Tlj* presence 1901. J. D L representing the
moted by an association one memberof
.lJ1d power of God were felt and plaintiff, announce the action as Georgia. .
: \ which is \I-ieut. Colonel Allen Christ in Hh-attitude toward sin-
nanlfested during the entire eenic?, Platt against Plat and he said the finis
burdened men. t )
Sworth, forme v a chaplain in the /
>t.and the cong "'aUon was first ii : motion was fort purpose of framing The WHAT STORM SIGNALS MEAN. 1U
e"enlntytermon was a continuation -
United States Ar y.
t smiles:and then in tears. an IHue. He Id he wanted the -
Several million oars are said to of pro Dutill's series oa

Mr. Ridley ban by paying a tribute represent tnS>ha nH of the negroes details to become nerally known I the Ten Com andment8, the subject Explanation of United States Weather xbs

:: 'to John n, Stanch eld who appeared
the strength and beauty and i shalt .1
back of the coven A tract of being "Thou not bear false Bureau Code
i richness / for Senator Platt, ked that the mat-:
of th figures of speech with 90,000 acres \n R 'Dtt. and San witness against thy neighbor. This
'f' which ter be heard ID ate refereP. Storm warnings are displayed by
the Wd of God abounds. He prl by a commandment retks to safeguardyour
Diego coftotiesUs m and will
the United States weather bureau at
Showed / He said Senator Platt never
that sometimes the Bible was IA
good name. good name is to
be offered at Tow prk-es project
141 stations situated on the Atlantic
POKe of lif* under the figure of a married to Miss Wood, and therefore be prll-t'd.by oae'l self. Xot by selfpralfit -
is: to establish a colony where
and Gulf Coasts, from East-
School, then! said he, we are pupils there was no ground for divorce I
or laudlIJ( !;; our works as a tthen
the will have an opportunity
negroes I port. }Ie., to Brownvllte Tex. An explanation s
: sitting at the eet of the Great Teacher Justice Seabury reserved j merchant advertises his wares, nor
to work under favorable coRditions :
of th&cod cot flags Is given
We Open he Book again and deei&ioR.1 by challenging what others say about
find Sunday at truMeti(Hlist ( below:
life press ted a$ a battle; then 1. "I give un> I' Storm WarDing :Flags-A red flag
"e are admoniihed to be strong and and they shall n fever perish." Sunday w( a beautiful day sad I ha* said: dtot I'
fight / with a black centre indicate that a 4
as goo soldiers of Jesus' 2. "There is erefore now no large congregations were at both aer-i "You may this world!.
storm of marked violence Is expected -
s\ t Christ_ In aiither place our attention condemnation to them that are. in vkes The ratine wag well calculated -, But twill be rory slow :

": is called to the brevity of life Christ Jesus." to be an ,true worship The I I if yon listen Jo all that U said as I II .

*>T nch figur* of speech as "A 3. Assura /a of at last being with pastor at be had served j I you go" I The peasants displayed with the
}, Gags indicate the\direction of the
. ;! Watch In the Sight," "Cometh forthas Jesus: "That where I am there je : churches glad to pay well I But showy r appreciation of a I
wind; red easterlJL (from northeastto
Bower and cut down," "Fleeth may be also' ;i for less artirtk musical ....vkea. good name ha careful conduct, so
south), white 'wE'Bterly/ (from
M etc\
a shadow III-The nlr Han"s l'r aui'.e. : Mrs Cr. Tbo ten violinist Prof. I that be that will speak ill of you, *.
' j s southwest to ) The pennant
t "But thrt text presents life as a 1. The perpe al presence of ; G S Stephens!cornetiat, Mrs J, mast beer fals itaess. no4h Fadjcjiteg: ;
above the the
." Journey towards i better country Christ: "Lo I a / with you alway:* !i ttaisden, organs t and choir C'I But the goof name of others we ; Y W
Just wind is expected' to blow from the
as the ancient Jew was ever 2. The presence and power of the 1 aided by a fine odY of vocalist,'and are to prize. |Lying, slawter and loV t
? northerly quadranUk b* from.the .
WQ looting for the Land of Promise. Holy Spirit: "I ; shall be with you :) each and all of beee gladly and freely flattery are ;rein prohibited. It southerly quadrant / /

the modern savor always search- and in )'ou." And >e shall receive rendering this service because would be impog ibte to report the
-' k By night a.red Jligttt indicates
'; for some friertdly shore, so b power" i they love the Lord and serve Him preacher's stalking denunciation of
\ the easterly wind3>&J1 /a AhK rfc'of
Christian ever g zing towards the 3. Promise f the best company (j j with willing harts. Rev H Datill I the caDda1-m er-"Tbe creature, ,, t. ..
above red
dty of a light, wdsterhda. do here-
his dreams." both here and hand eafter: "Go with us i!i publicly expressed his appreciation of ,whether man ot woman, with tongue Hurricane Warning0/010,; Tl?-

With these word of introduction, we will do hee good." I I the work of hi thoir dipped in the vfeom of hell, deliberately _regularly passed by r

the sermon outline announced / the The soul- vile breaking flags with black ifc'l! on the 10th day ofone
was There was 0 e addition at mornIng sermon wag a scattering reports -
and .. A D. 1907. and the same
I discussed for '0 minutes The close of the sufvice. I strengthening _preeentation of what hearts and wrecking homes. above Sy certified to the Mayor for

outline In full is Oven below: One of thrf largest congregations j I Christ is to the)believer. based on the The ruining ofthe great Henry Ward expectej'approval.

I-The Cbristi n's I urpost". of the seaso greeted the pastor at II I thirtieth verse fcf the first chapter of I III Beecher was cited as an illustration. Witness my hand and the t
bnor; seal of the said City, this
I 2. To make the world better. night. He snpke on "The Causes of I Corinthians. "Christ is made unto "If some one |rings a tale of evil to*"e'rnal Seal) 10th day of September, A. '

To make tha world brighter. Infidelity," anV the closest attentionand us wisdom and righteousness and you about your neighbor, don't !"' D. 1907 S. P. MAYS r

j .*. To make heaven his home at deepest interest prevailed sanctification and redemption. The 1 go an ear fartfcer" "The sl-v0ok a?gents J- City Clerk.
.last ; ... city sban pay Examined and approved by me this
-The throughout thi service. natural divisions of the text were followed work would be.. at an ex, :S") dollars; pro12th day of September, A, D. Uil1.:

(0' "0.1-.1. Christ's* Prospects There wer, many strangers present and mapy souls, were blessed I could be found whfiu for the salE of j J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor. i

= t a, the Promises of God. I at both ierrices. with new visions of the glorious: him or her '

-i.. _-:7i: 1v .,,at s c3z.- + s.

y t3-


.: .' ._ r- .. < ; .- 4::-::,:_- .:' .-. '_.. '.

;! V ( 4 ; i:


... a ... -00-' ., _

i:' ftVl'llM'illlMilil : 1.1111 .1"1 t t 11I1111I11I11111 t t. III 1114I II J.+++Hi

Second W kJD December Hate I'hI'M I, Issued for State Troops to GoInt'
r.pllite's Slayer to ) Camps at Forts Pickens i
i .
and nadt-
V Jury I .

New York. teZ Sep\ 28.-December Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 28.-Adjt
has now definitely seen decided on Gen. Foster has Issued orders for I i
at the month In which the second the joint maneuvers to be held this .
j trial of Harry K. Taw, charged with year between th\Florida militia and Iii
the murder of S /nford White, will the coast artlllerA which will cover --
be called Ma/in W Littleton, ten days, from Y>ctober 19. The Ii .
Thaw'g leading/counsel, who suc- organizations with( the artillery district -.=-=

ceeded Delphi/ M. Delmas In that of Tam\a wit rendezvous at I !
capacity, has been Insistent In his efforts Fort Dade for IJbt tmdJit Fort Pick-
to have!, the trial begin next ens for\he PetsacolaJlIstricL Past
month, but Its said that his efforts'to experienc\ hasjprovgn tfiat the service
: 'to have the district' attorney place with tW rlguljfs ( of profit beyond PUBLISHICOMPANY
the case' on the calendar have been the usual S& encampment
ineffectual. J I and the arrangement to divide the + :+I:
Most of the sepsational features state troops in two bodies for this .
: of the first / be eliminated time is regarded as a very satisfactory I i It.II .
by Littleton. Tlfe defense will be i departure from the usual cus
based entirely oh the plea of temporary -i
Insanity, aid there will be no tom.The Adjutant General urges the
peal to the "utirrittea law." ap-I desirability of a full knowledge.
long stay In tie Tombs has

him more tractable' to the sugges-I A J. Nusbaum, Batesville, Indiana, ,
tions of his attorneys and has led him
writes: "Last year I suffered for it.
to forego his f Intention of planning
three months with a summer cold so
his own defense distressing that it interfered with my + i
His one desire now is to escape business. I had many of the symp- i
from the prison in'which he has toms of hay fever and a doctor's
been a prisoner ten[ so many weary prescription did not reach my case,
{ months and to d be Is willing to and I took several medicines which ii
give up his deSlr to pose before the seemed to only aggravate my case
jury as the hero avenging angel Fortunately I insisted upon having Book News and Commercial |
Foley's Honey and Tar in the yellow ,
w who acted in behal of many wronged
package, and it quickly cured me. M:;-
women when he slew Stanford White.
wife has since used Foley's Honey
\. and Tar with the same success." City IIi PRINTERS
An Ounce of lrcvention Pharmacy. dw I
r Is worth a pound of cure. There ,.. i
are many poor sufferers Consumptives .1 'au ht1 Unhy.Tomm .
4 who are hopeless of getting >--Ma, abif is naughty He .,,"''-.H'' ::::::" co" ''' : ., 0 .::co:' """ 0;; .H; "" "::::H.I .
well-who, if they had taken care of wo\an't I I
cried because I give him any .H.
j themselves, would now be 'well. A of my cake.MammaIs.
cough Is the foundation of Consumption -
hfs own ke finished! +
Ballard's Horehound Syrup 0
Yema, and he cried I -
., Tommy- ti
will cure that cough. Mrs. S-
Great Falls, Montana, writes: "1 while I was ea ing that, too-Punch.!
have used Ballard's Horehpund Syrup I i VTO job is too large and none too small for f
in my family for years-my children Ccneral Robert K. Lee.
never suffer with coughs Sold by Was the greatest General the world I -AV us to handle, and' Everything in the 1
Suwannee Drug Co. has ever known. Ballard's Snow
LinIment la the greatest LinIment. Printing Line easily within limit.
I : comes our ,
Quickly cures all pains It is within t
the reach of all. T. II Pointer,
And 11an .Wounded IiN* l/. Rail 'lempstead; Texas, writes "This Ii .

d Accldeiin to certify has that been Ballard's used In my Snow house-Liniment iii 0 DR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papers )

heeling, V. Va, / Sept. 28. -
hold for years and has been found to
Eight men weV kill/d. four fatally be aa excellent Liniment for Rheumatic : is one of the largest carried in Florida,

Injured injured today and se\Vitn whtVr the more Chicago or and less Sold by pains.Suwannee I am never Drug Co without dw,"* ,II. and with a well equipped modern Printing

\\heUng express UULi No. 14, on the
Baltimore and Mio\ Railroad was he' First ,\t" (bnt. + Plant, new type, and artistic printers, wet i
wrecked In the /ards t Sellaire. O,
Guide You yfll be the first per ,
t' a few miles b w this ity. son, my lor\.v/o will have climbed 'ill can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as i
A freight frain had Vist taken \
a to thetop of e mountain.
siding for tie express T\e passenger My Lord-IeV and who was the 'iti t and prompt as any establishment in the

train, hroever, failed to pass over first / \L
the aw itcjf and crashed Into the Guide-A'post-cardS'> who has 'iIi South. A trial will convince. Samples andII

freight. /Until a late hour tonight now ,
} got a shop on the summit --
tie exan number of dead and Injured Bon Vivant. Furnished on Application

was n/t definitely known, --.

I Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is io'.l .
.\ Humane Appral. i .
under a positive guarantee to cure : .
4' A humane citizen of Richmond, '
onstipatlon. sick headache,
Ind. :Mr. U. D. Williams 107 West stomach
> Main St.. ;rouble, or any form of Indigestion. 'If.
says: "I appeal to all persons -
p with weak lungs to take Dr. If it fails, the manufacturers refunl I ::"' ,. ''i::; "n. .,.m io",,:' ", ,,;. H .:"0.."',,'..'''0;; ,, H"ii:::.J""."", ,,'---rn;:
King's New Discovery the only our money What more can anyone 'I
remedy that has helped me and fully do! City Pharmacy. dw*
i We Make of Mail I
comes up to the proprietor's recommendatIOn i !
." :
It saves more lives than izin" lIt'r'-l'll.
all other throat and lung remediesput "You don "'eem/to I like Miss Gabble '
together. Used as a cough and + t -:- Order Business --i: !
cold cure the world oter Cures Mrs :Mala: j). remarked Mrs : J :
Browne ""' Y/? sJtI !"
cough asthma, bronchitis quinsy ,hoarseness croup, whooping, and detest he??" reph 'd Mrs:: Mala- ", om,,; ",,': i''" 0 '" "'.: HO oJ; '" :",::." """ 'o.H m",::",,mm::= !

phthisic, stops hemorrhages of the prop becau she's nothing but a :I
lungs and builds them up. Guaranteed scandal mongrel and everybody that r i
at Barclay & Groover drug store. 50c knows her win collaborate that statement .
and $1.00. Trial bottle free. dw* ."Philadelphia PressBOTTLED. ,


.... --I r
..,. .. : :: : LIVE OAK I!

1 !


Look for the Coca-Cola Crown and Label and
",guaranteed. the best drink of Coca-Cola obtainable.you The are
y'"i'' "'oPortianateingredients are always exactly correct in- t
., qat a good uniform drink all the time
; no
under over
carbonating or poor mixing to
i tor... the bottled product always and
: ... .atocked.. keep your
\ \ Bottled and guaranteed by the

'" '-.' '" 1 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. LIVE OAK FLORIDA I Ii

1 ; ;" 1NVILLE. FLA h
C : i .
1 .
t v > -n m m 11 U 11111111 iiiimTTmTlmnt ..
r Sole Agents. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: : : . . . . . .1111. 111111111111. . . . .
.;. ;;. . . I i 11II I Ii"K I > I 11II H > i II H" "

I <,

I .

':, -,- .", "".

'.- ; -



.. ,- -
:\: -
r -- ...",


ORDINANCE. 03. twenty-five ($25) dollars; dealers In jest to be : 7
paid or remitted upon Each local agent of Insurance company ; religious books only lobe required ;
An Ordinance Imposing Licenses and furniture sold on installment, under drafts checks :
orders '
or or where or associations firm or individual to pay a'license tax.:
4 Other Taxes, Providing for the contract for non-payment thereof money Is advanced or loaned on d lag business in tbe City Traveling dealers without license,
Payment Thereof, and Prescribing five ($5) dollars;, provided this shall stocks, bonds bullion bills Of exchange of Live Oak Fl rida including cor-I who shall bargain_or sell any,goods
Penalties for Doing Business Without not apply to persons taxed as mer- or promissory note torations 1 for '
or received or associations engaged In wares or merchandise cash or
a License, or Other Failure to. chants; dealers in gasoline or for discount or for sale shall be tee business of Insuring! against fire,! otherwise, by sample or in'any other
Comply With the Provisions There naphtha at wholesale five ($5) dollars regarded as a bank or bankers and 'ndemnlty. accdents! to persons act- manner for present or future dell*
of. ; dealers in automobiles auto subject as such to the provisions of ;n* as surety upon bonds guaranteeing I very to any person whatsoever, by
Be it ordained by the Mayor and motors or other horseless :vehicles this ordinance. fidelity of employees and Insuring' himself or agent br agents, following
;t City Council of the City of Lire Oak, twelve dollars and fifty centst1.50) Lenders of money either persons employers against liability for ac- I after to deliver and collect for same
Florida: ; dealers in illuminating or firms, corporations associations or I I Ident employees, and life Insur- except a licensed dealer, shall be ...
Section 1. That no person, firm ors lubricating oils at wholesale twelve their agents not taxed as bankers ance companies shall.pay to the City.' deemed a peddler under this ordIn-
corporation shall engage in, manager dollars and fifty cents ($12.50)'for doing the business of lending or advancing of Live Oak a license tax of two ance. This ordinanceshall Include
or conduct any business profession each place of business; proprietor or money for which Interest. Inspection dollars and fifty cents ($2.50). peddlers of clocks stoves, ranges and
or occupation mentioned in this proprietors of each garage for keeping fees or other remuenration Each traveling agent or solicitor of sewing machine agents, whether selling -
Ordinance within the City of Live automobiles five ($5) dollars; is charged In excess of ten per cent any Insurance company as describedn by sample or on future delivery
r Oak Florida unless a City License dealers in Junks twenty-five ($25) per annum secured by mortgages, the preceding section doing business or otherwise; provided that permanent -
shall have been first procured from dollars; dealers in oleomargarine or bill of sale, power of attorney or In the City of Live Oak stall or locally established agent shall
the Tax Collector of the city which butterine wholesale handling original other legal transfer of personal property nay a license tax rf twelve dollars and be exempt from the provisions of this
said license shall be issued to each packages only ten ($10) dol- as security for. any such loansor I nfty cents ($12.50). section. *

person, firm or corporation on receiptof lars. advances: or any person firm, Each insurance adjuster whether Traveling dealers going from placeto
the amount hereinafter provided, Dealers in pistols bowie knives Corporation or association doing the I resident or non-resident who has not place selling ;o .ds. wares or
together with the City Clerk's fee of sling shots or brass knuckles Springfield Business of securing such Irans or II paid a license as agent, or traveling merchandise of all descriptions shall
twentj-five cents for every license rifles repeating rUes! or dirk advances for borrowers upon such agent; who adjusts insurance losses pay to the City of Live Oak a license ;
Issued by him, and said license shall knives twenty-five ($25) dollars; securities and charging such borrowers i 'n this city shall pay a license tax tax of twenty-five $25) dollars andit
. be signed by the Tax Collector and provided said pistols Springfiem or commission. Inspection or other of five ($5) dollars.Contractors shall be unlawful for such personor
. Mayor, and shall hate the seal of the other repeating rifles bowie knives Tee for their services shall pay a for the erection of dealers to sell or attempt to sell
City of Live Oak thereon. Every dirk! knives brass knuckles and sling Icense tax to the city of one hundred I buildings or other worV, ten ($10) under ahd by virtue of the license of
word importing the singular number shots shalj not be s"ld to minors. ( $100) dollars for each place of busi dollars. any other licensed <>aler storekeeper -
onh, may extend to and embrace the Every violation of this Section shall Job printing offices running by or druggist.
plural number and every word importing be punished by a fine of not exceeding ness.Every person, firm or corporation power two dollar? and fifty cents i Trading stamp firms persons or
the plural number may be one hundred dollars, or by imprisonment regularly engaged in the business of ( $2.: 0) ; steam laundries, Eve ( $ >) I corporations known as trading stamp
applied and limited to the'singular not exceeding sixty days lending money in said!! city and not dollars; Chinese lanndr'es, flv ( $i) companies shall pay to the City a
number, and every ward importing c' by both such fine and imprisonment taxed as bankers shall pay a license dollars: ; livery feed or sale fables, license tax of five hundred ($500)
the masculine gender; only may be extended -. at the discretion* of the Mayor. tax of twenty-five ($25) dollars. keeping for hire fred or' public; use, dollars. Merchants using trading
and applied to females as Dealers second-hand clothing, For each public carriage hack and not more than five ).orses aM muhs, stamps shall pay to the City a license
well as males. Whenever the word for each place of business, twelve dollars dray, charging for transportation not two dollars and fifty cents ( $:!.50) ; tax of one hundred and twenty-five
! "oath" is used in this Ordinance, it and fifty cents ( $12.50) ; provided operated by keepers rf livery stables more than five and less than ten ($125) dollars for each place of
may be held to mean affirmation that merchants paying a regu- using single team two dollars and t'orses and mules three dollars and business where-they use such stamps. r
and the word "swear" shall be held lar license shall not be required to fifty cents ($2.50), and using double seventy-five cents ( $3.75) ; more Any person firm or corpora*ion
to Include affirm. pay this license: dealers in second- team the sum of five $5) dollars. than ten and less than twenty Lories : furnishing lights either gas or elect-
Sec. :. No license shall be Issuedfor hand boots and shoes five ($5) dol- Every band or troup or aggregationor and mules six dollars and twenty-i tie, having a capital of $250.004 or
more than, one year, and all lars for each place of business; each other traveling or wandering or five cents $6.25) ; more than twenty more shall pay a license tax of
licenses shall expire on the first day dentist, permanently located five nomadic people who shall camp pitch and less than twenty-fire horses and seventy-five ($75) dollars; S1 00.000or
of October of each year, but fractional ($5) dollars; each traveling dentist their tents, stop and engage in business mules ten ($10) dollars; more than more and less than $250.000,,
lIcense. except as hereinafter provided five ( $5) dollars; drovers selling at of telling fortunes trading twenty-fie horses and mules twenty fifty ( $50) dollars; less than $100.-
may be Issued to expire on that auction or otherwise five ( $1) dol. horses peddling trading or other occupation ($20):! dollars 000 and more than $50,000. thirtv-
day at a proportionate rate. All ilars; dealers in elc'riral machineryor In the City of Live Oak bunch stands rr eating houses at seven dollars and fifty cents
licenses may be transferred with the I appliances for pr .fit, five ($5)! shall pay a licence tax to the city of railroad! depots seven dollars and ($37.50) ; $25,000 to $50,000,
approval of the Major, with the.busi- !'dollars for each place of business; one hundred ($100) dollars. Any fifty cents ( $7.50). twenty-five ( $25) dollars; $10,00(1
ness fir which they were taken out !' each lawjer five ( $5) dollars; green pers n violating the provisions of this Machine and repair shops, for to $25.000, ten ($10) dollars; less ;
when there is a bona fide sale and growers and dealers in fresh fruits I paragraph shall upon conviction be public use, five ( $5) dollars. than S1 0.000. five ($5) dollars
transfer of the property issued and I and nuts not merchants one dollar fined not more than two hundred Lung testers striking Machines. Pr',vided further, that any l Individual
? employed In the business as stock in and fifty cents ($1.50) for each place ($200) dollars or imprisoned not weighing machines phonograph:;, company, firm or corporation furnish-
trade; but such transferred license I lof business: hypnotist, pr-'fessional, longer than three months or both praphophones music boxes, chewinggum ing gas or electricity to Its customers
shall be held to be good only for the : fifty ( $;;0) dollars; hawkers and fined and imprisoned at the discre- stands, automatic penny-in-the- I and making a charge by meter and
length of time for which it was [ street vendors of nooiclne. drugs or tion of the Mayor. slot machine when operated f' r profit who shall make a minimum charge .
originally taken out; provided that [I patent medicines fif y ($50) dollars Barber shops running one chair two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) without reference to the meter shall
the original license shall be surrend- for each day they attempt to sell; two ($2) dollars: ; for each additional each. pay a license tax of fifty (50) per '
ered to and filed with the City Clerkat beef and meat: markets and fish chair fifty cents; billiard or pool Managers of merry-go-rounds cent more than above set out;
the time application for transferis markets shall each pay a license of tables kept for profit seven dollars twelve dollars and fifty cents vided, however the above pro'j}.
made and such transfer after be- twenty-five ( $25) dollar- and fifty cents ( $750) for each ( $12.50) ; planing mills and novelty shall not apply to companies or In:1
ing approved shall be of the same Merchants. store-keepers and druggists table. works seven dollars and fifty cents dividuals wh furnish meters without .
force and effect as the original for each one thousand dollars Boarding houses lodging houses or $1.50) ; planing mill, including dry cost to places of businessand resi .j
llcen e.Sec. or fraction of one thousand dollars hotels having accommodation for kiln not connected with saw mill, five den es. t;
:2, All licenses shall be pay of stock of merchandise, one dollar three hundred or more lodgers or ($5): dollars. Sec. 5. That all confirmed cripples 'l1!1
able on or before the first day of and fifty cents ($1.50) for each place boarders shall pan license! tax of Regtaurants and public eating physically' incapable of manual :z;
ar: October of each year and no license f business; any: merchant keeping one hundred ($100) dollars; two salons, having accommodations for labor shall be allowed t opeddle with- a 1
shall be Issued for any fractional por- sewing machines In stock for sale in hundred to three hundred lodgers or !"seating twenty-fhe or more persons, out paving a' license, using their own +h!
tion of a ,year except that any licensenot the same manner as other merchandise b"arders .seventy-five ($75). dollars; twelve dollars and fifty cents capital only not In excess of five
otherwise specified in this Ordinance shall not be taxed as sewing one hundred to two hundred lodgersor ( $12.50l's than twenty-five persons hundred d' liars; provided such crlp-
r 1 ,may be issued after the first machine agent; or dealer. boarders fifty ($50) dollars; five ( $5) dollars. nles shall be residents of Suwannee
day of April to expire October first Mental healers, or all persons seventy-five to one hundred lodgersor Saw mills including planing mills County. Florida; and, provided further ;R
Upon payment of one-half the amount claiming to heal by absent treatment, boarders twenty-five ( $25) ohl- or dry kilns with daily output of such exemption shall be allowed
fixed as the price of such license for one hundred ($100) dollars; provided -: lars; fifty to seventy-five lodger or ten thousand ff'et. or less, two dollars only upon the certificate rf some reputable '
one jear.Soc. that nothing in this clause shall I boarders twelve dollars and fifty and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; more than physician of the disability
4. That the following be construed as affecting the members cents ( $12.50); twenty-five to fifty ten thousand: and less than twenty- herein named.
enumerated Individual license taxes rt any ChristIan denominationwho ] lodgers or boarders, seven dollars five thousand feet, five ( $5) dollars; Sec t;. That each railroad company "
shall be paid to the City of Live Oak pray for the recovery of the sick; and fiftey cents ($7,50) ; fifteen to more than twenty-five thouand and whose tracks extend into or
by the persons engaged in, managingor each oculist permanently located, twenty-five lodgers or boarders five less than fifty thouand feet ten through the corporate limits of Live a
transacting the several occupa- five ($5) dollars; each oculist traveling ($5) dollars; ten to fifteen lodgers:: ( $10) dollars; more than fifty thousand Oak. shall pay a license tax cf :
lions businesses or professions seven dollars and fifty cents I T boarders two dollars and fifty feet fifteen ($lr) dollars. seventy-five ($75) dollars. ,?
named to-wit: ($7.50) ; provided .e has no license I cents ($%.50) ; accommodation for Shingle mills whether connected Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the
Schedule ".\." as provided by State law; each I lodgers shall be construed to mean with saw mills or not having Bail: City Tax Collector before Issuing a )1
Auctioneers five dollars ($5); optician permanently located, two I the number of beds habitually kept capacity of twenty-five' thousand license based on a property valuation -
each Individual conducting the business dollars and fifty cents ( $ .50) ; each I for such lodgers and not the numberof shingles rr more, twelve dollars! and or capital stock capacity of production ,
of abstracting titles seven dollars optician traveling, seven dollars and I rroms contained In the house. fifty cents ($12.50) ; less than rr other contingency to
and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; agentsor fifty cents ( $7.50) ; each i>st'opath.1 Boiler and machine shops an] twenty-five thousand shingles per require the party applying for said
agencies for the purpose of solicit- five ($5) dollars; pawnbrokers for I foundries connected seven dollars day, two dollars and fifty cents license to file under oath, duly "
ing orders for or making sales exchanges each place of business, fifty ($50) i and fifty cents ($7.50) ; bottling ( $2.50). authenticated, a statement of the ,
fir deliveries of. or perform- dollars; peddlers and hawkers of I works and so lag any other service relating to or merchandise not otherwise enumerated -I ( $10) dollars; brick yards or factories galleries two dollars and fifty cents the capital stock or capacity of pro
connecte'd' with any of the persons specifically!! herein fifty ($50) five ($5) dollars; buildingand ($2.50). duction, which statement under oath "I
? *.arUeles. commodities or transactions dollars; peddlers of stoves and ranges loan associations foreign, two Shows or circuses exhibiting or shall be attached to the monthly re-
:named below to-wit: and clocks or either or any of them hundred and fifty ($250) dollars; giving a performance within tents, port of licenses made by the Tax Col-
u Agents for bicycles five ($5) dollars sold from wagons twenty-five ($25) building and loan. associations local: whether covered or uncovered witt lector. A failure on the part of the '
\ ; agents for typewriters five dollars; each piano tuner one dollar twelve dollars and fiftey cents or without horses twenty-five ($25) Tax 'Hector to require and attach
($5) dollars; agents for building and and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; each photographer ( $12.50: ; carriage and wagon factories dollars; dog or pony shows charging said oath as aforesaid shall be cause ,
-4 loan associations, local, five ( $5) permanently located, two including repairing one dol- twenty-five cents or less admlssl'n! for suspension from offce. ,
dollars; agents for building and loan dollars -md fifty cents ($2.50) ; each lar and fifty cents ($1.50) ; carriage and using no other animal and giving Sec. 8, Any person or persons,
associations foreign one hundred photographer itinerant five ($5) repositories, not connected with factories no other kind of performance firm or corporatl n, or association t
(nOO) dollars; agents for claims dollars: each person selling any pat five $5) dollars: cold storage five ($5)-dollars; charging more than that shall carry on or conduct any
and collections not taxed as bankers ent right or any right to sell patent plants not connected with Ice twenty-five cents admission fifteen business, occupation or profession for 1
,or lawyers five ( $5) dollars; agentsfor rights, twelve dollars and fifty cents factories for profit five ($5) dollars. ($15) dollars. which a licence Is required by this
clothiers or dealers, not taxed as ($12.50). Concert halls pleasure parks or Skating rinks b'cyrle rinks or ordinance without first obtaining ; f
: merchants five ($5) dollars; agents Every street doctor or dentist or roof gardens!, dance halls where bowling Alleys, five ($5) dollars; such license, shall except In such ,
s R for monuments and tomb-stones, any itinerant vendor of any drug, variety performances, musical or street shows, performances or cases as are otherwise provided by '
:focal, two dollars and fifty cents ointment or appliance of any kind Intended otherwise are given, or where females carnivals for each tent or other ordinance upon conviction by the !
./ ($2.50) ; agents for monuments and for the treatment of any disease are employed as waiters structure and for each day, two dol- Mayor be punished by a fine of not r,

...i ;v tomb-stones traveling, seven dollars or injury or deformity by any twenty-five ($25) dollars. lars and fifty cents $2.50)) ; all small more than five hundred dollars, or
1 and each drug nostrum or manipulation or Electric power plants (companies shows other than circuses, theatricalor imprisonment not more than ninety ;
fifty cents ( $7.50) agent
: ;
,;.: .or member of agencies for real estate. other expedient shall pay a licensetax firms or corporations with capital vaudeville given; under a tent, two days' or by both such fine and Im- 1
.,.. ( Deluding renting and rent collecting of twenty-five ( $25) dollars. stock of two hundred thousand dol- dollars and fifty cents ($2.50). prisonment In the dl 'cre'l n of the
lars or one hundred dollars. Soda water mineral fountains Mayor. The payment of ill license
the Undertakers not embalmers more or water -
,. (|5) dollars agents for safes for
; tax be enforced the seizure ..
cafe twelve dollars and fifty cents Less than $200,000 and more than not connected with other business may ,
; or exchange twelve dollars and
., ($12.50); undertakers and embal- $100,000 $50: less than $100,000 five ($5) dollars. and sale of the property by the Collector -
fty, cents $12.50) for sew-
( agents
!l&t ; mers thirty-seven dollars and fifty and more than $50,000, $25; less than Telephone! system, with 100 instruments It shall be the duty of the i
: machines five ( $5) dollars; ,
Tax Collector to report to the Mayorall
$50,000 and more than $25,009.( owned
cents ( $37.50) ; watch makers and or more by any per-
gents for
steamships or ,
violations of the of this .
} + twelve dollars and cents repairers of jewelry, two dollars and $12.50; less than :5,000 and more son firm, corporation or companyand
.J12.50) fifty fifty cents ($2.50). than $1 0.000. $7.50; less than $10- operated in said city for profit. ordinance. The City Council shall
; agents for sailing vessels 000, $3. that electric shall to the license furnish to the Tax Collector all
.. 'the ($5) dollars chemists The owners managers or agents of 75; provided pay city a tax of
; each of the following enumerated institutions light plants furnishing both power six and one-quarter cents ($ 'ic) for blanks necessary to enable him to .
ay.five (
$5) dollars firms or
;corporations operating; persons amusement establishments, appliancesand and lights shall be required to pay each Instrument or 'phone installed carry out the provisions of this ordin
apparatus for the transaction of only one license. provided such license shall not exceedin ance.
iatzka with merry-go-rounds roller Sec. 9. That all ordinances and
the entertainment or accommodation Express companies doing businessIn total amount the sum of. one hundred -
!'''!. ''Toasters. and other amusement places business or parts of ordinance In conflict with the
.. of the public for profit the State of Florida and having an ($100) dollars.
devices usually found therein office In the City of Live Oak. shall Theater buildings fitted with scen- provisions of this' ordinance be and
tax set
: 9 : ttreaty-ave ( $25) dollars Architects,. hall pay the city opposite the same are hereby repealed
designations par a license tax twenty-five ery and kept for theatrical and other
five' their respective or
<*5) dollars in
; brokers dealing Sec. 10. That this ordinance
Schedule "B" below, ( $25) dollars. Any express company exhibitions twenty-five ( $25) dollars
ads definitions in
..1bhy and stock, twelve dollars and violating the provisions of this ; theatrical shows or traveling shall become effective on and after
rents $12.50) brokers deal- to-wit: tbe first of A, D. 1907.
; steam rot ordinance and any person who know- players and minstrels other than day October
other than
'bt la futures fifty ($50) dollars; Bakers merchants,, one ingly acts as agent for such company those taxed as circuses, for each performance Passed at regular meeting of the
.brokers dealing In insurance, five otherwise taxed as City Council, this 10th of
bemire) it has paid the above license seven dollars and fifty day September
::" l$5) dollars dollar and fifty cents < 1.50 ; bakers -
i ; brokers (dealing in land tax shall upon conviction therefor cents $7.50)) : provided that A. D. 1907.
4 : 4nd land options five ( $5) dollars; steam not otherwise taxed bootblacks as before the Mayor of said City be managers/ of theaters or halls employ- CHAS. H. BROWN,
:_V l 7ikers Baling in merchandise five merchants five ($5) dollars; punished by a fine not more than one ing traveling troupes theatrical I President of City Council.

_,,*: ,ll$) dollars; chiropodists, five ($5) one dollar. firms or hundred dollars or by imprisonment operatic or minstrel, giving performances Attest: S. P. MAYS City Clerk.
dallara: civil engineers five ( $5) dol.Ttt4 Banks bankers persons business for a period of not more than three in buildings fitted up for sih I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the
: } each clairvoyant palmist or brokers doing a banking I City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby -
with months or by both such fine and imprisonment purpose, shall be allowed tp give; as
: ;1ertul1e' teller, for pay, fifty ($50) I whether incorporated or not a at the discretion of the many performances ia: such building certlfiy that the foregoing Ordinance -
l1ars; commissioners of deeds of capital stock of five hundred thou- No. f3'as regularly passed by
; Mayor. Foundries not connected with or theater as they wish on paymentof I
.f-t:,: hfl'stat_ two dollars and fifty I sand dollars or over one hundred machine shops five ( $5) dollars; a license tax to the city of twenty- the City Council! on the 10th day of '
._. -ttata, n.50) : commission meta dollars. cold I September, A. D. 1507 and the same
less ice factories including storage five U%5) dollars per annum, and. F
five i$3); dollars; dealers In Less than $500,000 and not plants connected therewith and the provided that this section shall not is hereby certified to the Mayor for
i 'registers or cash carriers ten than $%50,000.5; less than $250.- right to sell at wholesale and retail, I apply to l"cal amateur performances. his approval.
i -'lIlt) dollars; dealers in cigars or 000 and not less than $100,000 than$25; with a capacity of ten tons per dayor Provided further, that this section Witness my hand and the

," "-.,-8 !***;*". who pay no other licenser i less than $100,000 less and than not less$50,000 less, "fire ( $5) dollars; ten to shall not apply to any hall owi\ed or seal of the said City this
two dollars and fifty cents $50,000 $12.50; twenty tons per day seven dollars used by any charitable or fraternal (Seal) 10th day of September. A.
tt; Ci); dealers In curios, two dol- and not less than $10.000. $7.50.other and fifty cents ($7.50); twenty to organization. D. 1907. S. P. MATS.
and fifty cents ($%.50) ; dealers 1';very Incorporated bank or thirty tons per day. twelve dollars Traveling picture or book agents .. City Clerk. '
firm company -
amtte twenty-five ($25)'dol- bank and every person of business or where and fifty cents ($12.50) ; thirty to doing business In said city shall pay Examined and approved by me this

dealers rigerarated In fresh meats packed credits having are opened a place for the deposits or sixty tons per day twenty-flve ($25) a license tax of ($5) dollars; pro- 12th day of September. A. D. 107.
at wholesale vided that agents for the sale oft J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor
l1ected with an ice factory, collections of money or currency
dollar&.I T

54 -. .. .' '::'" or 0>< .: -. -z_ .f. 6'rflp .
I ;
.p'" "._- -- ;. ; ft ;_ .ir-_ ..o.w .

n_ .. _.' '
___ .
", .:..:-.

__ .ar.z""r, ;; .-= :: i., .. Q,, .,J_..t1t ;..to;; .
...t<": '. ,...". ,",!: ::-,:""" '; "- .N; ", -. -:- .'-' ".f> .",0;: ', \ .l""",. "
< : .
,7' P '
: ,;
-j- *J '


TilE OKA\G a CITY WAY. Col. Wailes is not entitled to his .J-+ $- -$- i----, >;-$-$--'-s- -a--S--i-.; s

i .LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT Orange City/ as a citizens' meeting claim because it is a fact, as smart as

weak to discuss matters ot Governor Jennings he could not
i Published Except every Sunday.Afternoon community lifterest. Last week they. have gotten the Indran War money THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK.If If Ife.

I /ot
considered the cotton industry andit if the matter had been followed

was thofght that the soil would up by somebod/. The same is
CHAS. W. IRvltor and M'g'r. grow "as goal cotton as Georgia soil, true of\he Indian War claims for the \ 6055

,. and with less fertilization.: Next week old soldiers, whiclp has been the life t

Entered at the Poitoffice Live Oak the camphor industry will be con- work of CrfBt. Sara Hope, who never

Florida.. November, as Second 7. 1905.Class Mali Matter hldered. That is |ood for Orange gave up nntiKtrey were paid, as did i Capital and Stockholders Liability $109,000.68 {

City. Such citizens* meetings are Col. Wailes inlnb efforts to get this .

more profitable than when they money for tb /pee to of the State of

THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING> COMPANY. only meet toget tlll discuss partisan Florida. We believeyf any man ia f Surplus and Profits : : : $30fiflO.e T

personal What says the the whole state ot pWida, beside 1I

THE DAILY HEMOCRAT will be sage of the Lne Oak Democrat William Sh/rman JennlngV had been f '

mailed to any part of the United Arcadia.News./ Governor, Col. Wailes claim would I This Bank }Vas opened for business, Saturday the
prepaid, for $Z.OO 15th of February 1902 with
States pastage We endorse and approve the have been paid. This State owes this I a paid up capital of
per year; $2.50 for six months; '
50 cents Orange City way with all our heart money to him and ninety per cent
$1.25 for three months or at i Thirty Thousand Dollars j
for five weeks In advance. Delivered and if her example should prove infectious of the people believe so and will always ,

to any part of the city by and spread Jo every town in feel like he should have had it." i and January 1st, 1905 its capital was.increased to

'" carrier for 10 cents per week. I the State it woulbe.. very much bet- I. *

:i: ...-. ----- ter for us all. there was a time President Roosevelt Is bound to Fifty Thousand Dollars

J The battle of ballots is on'today in when citizens' maetings in a community preach more or less every time he !t and constantly adhering to legitimate commercial a

:i Pensacola to ttende the paramount called to cpnsider some mat- makes a public talk and while much I banking, loaning money in liberal amounts to reputable j

f Issue of "we..vr ( "dry". Down In ter of common Interest and to promote /f his preaching goes without the individuals and well rated firms,. it has added to its list

.t Miami and fade c&tnty' the question the commoq good were not saying and is news to no one, sometimes j of patrons all the time, until now/ with the bank only

-k' will be settled October 15th. rare, but they are seldom called now he emphasizes a point which J. five years old it has resources of

>. although the demand for them Is we are all too pr ne to forget. The
1 One-Third of Million Dollars
The merchant who uses stationery even stronger than\ever. We need other day at the\ laying of the 5
decorated wifk gar ung' on. axle them here in Live Dak; they are foundation of the I\iscopal cathedral I f with well established connections throughout the coun-

grease, flour orNitfter cheap advertising needed in every torn in the State,, in Washington Aty: the Presi- I try.

matter is JtoSdhe home printer end the reason w1 on't have themis dent made a talk anl, among other i Better than ever prepared to handle the accounts

what the rnaUordeMiouse is to the of the this bank continously solicits the
because of the alarming falling tihngs he sald\his witch should appeal public business

home merchant" wisely observes the off of that once powerful: force now with pecull or e t professing I of responsible and reputable people, promising all the J

Madison New Enterprise. but the shadow of its former self Christian 1_ *' courtesies that are usually extended by carefully conducted
.... 'r I banking houses.
called public sentiment.. Orangey "There I\much vii/'re Is much r.h f

The Jamestown Exposition ma City, with her weekly citizens' meetIngs good too; ado the good 1
fool 'em t. The big show has the matters $- -
y to discuss of community things is that etd more we 4--$ :; $-$--$-

merit all ht. and Jow that the example
r ---------------- ----
interest is an and a reproachto must realize that th.fie Is such a
heated term as pas d, the crowds the rest of us!walking apart from thing as a real Christian fellowship:

in attendance re creasing daB)'. each other without iii sense of common
f' I among men of different creeds and
It will beNorthern attractive tom PARKWAY
spec ly I Interest to 'subserved or common that the real field for rivalry among

vlslto > now on, for) herd to be avoided.
I and between the creeds comes in the
the climate t ere II' deal at this
rivalry of the endeavor to which
f t period of thep-ear. and n the far .I j We find the following inIhe can render best service to mankind

north the ",..ir nips shrewdly" these I Gainesville Sun, which is ygood which can do the work of the Lord Mineral Springs Hotel and CottagesHOT -

October nights. to\ _
enough travel for It call /attention best by doing Ills work for the peo

I to th \kind of man ye lerymuch pIe best." !
'.In retiring from journalism, Editor EfedVnd who is
getting very i "The real field for rivalry between WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND .f]

Park\ Trammel of the J..Lakeland ; scarce In high-pressure, strenuous -! the crreds"-that is the point. PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS. ETC T
Sun contributes this th to th c'' : l7 MILES FROM LIVE OAK
subject GULF. 1
as the result "The calm \man isytlwas laver
experl-I I Hon Dannette II. :Mays of Monti- s
ence, apd there is foqjS for and received, lie is Ufte the shade of
in it: I I cello who has been mentioned as a ADDRESS PP.RK HOTEL DOWNING PflRK. FLORIDfl LIVE OAK
I a tree In a deg rt lid, or a shelterin .
I probable candidate for Governor
-- -- -- -- --
"If the dUor difl not have a profession I the time of aoofn. The question I t
\hichVhe was in Pensacola the other day anJ '4 tM+frfr.H"H-<"I''H"H II '% 111'1'I'-H-l ti 11111111 1 +J 1111111.t.
had grown up is asked: Who des not love a tranquil
informed the Journal that he had not
you might sCT. ie would really like !
t hearta swyt\eipered, balanced
I to edit a ne' aper but as we can life It no\ matter whelp jet decided'definitely, but as he was i
doey ABrandNew Stock of
being urged bs\a large number of : Drugs
'r make a Uvl /p &ctlelng law and we er It rains 0/shInes\or what changes I
to make tlte he
persons race was con- :
I doubt if w/could\dp as much running come-for .hey are alwa's sweet, :&
I E sidering the matte Mr. Mays has :
a nejppaper, we have sworn off serene apd calm. yiat exquisite 4
and will .hereafter some very positive nd Interesting t IN THEByrd
give our time to poise character which we call I
views on prohibition in its relation to
f the legal profession in an effort to serenity is the last lesson of true
gain a livelihood. A man of our culture. It Is the full-blown flower the er announcing I Ne'\'M Building
his own untuaTlfie p hibition
ability cannot do both. lof life."
th sentiments he. said: :+-

rt! ". Tallahassee Sun Says.that. .'thelie It Is estimated that, under our new "PublicXopinloi h, otten so :i ON HOWARD STREET. Phone 220.

people'* candidate for Governor, Is as State pension law which has bro'lghtI strong on the llqubr q on that the +
I next Governo of this te will have +
h yet undi overt'd. This :
to aggravat
such an unexpected swarm of pensionapplicants
last I to be for prohibition will have A firm. The selected .
ing to the\ degree in/view of the to new frost carefully
I Itm take more than six
r Incessant s rch that hJS been mad j hundred thousand dollars to pay stand for Siate pr ition. State i ed stock. Phor. orders promptly filled.

, for him for Months p t. Why does prohibition is cominj ure as iiu.:. i'
\ them off next j ear. The number of
he hide him If s thorougblyWbat's I When a number of the counties go :
fl I pensioners noon the roll is 3400. Prescriptions :=: Carefully :=: Compounded II
: his gam all events give New dry and, only a few remain wet, the :
c applicatiofte on file number I
us a line on him; us if he's got a dry ones are going to get togetherand : ,
2,300, and it is estimated that 90 poi
mustache h hair make State prohibition." :
parts in the mid-
t cent or 2,100 of this number will be i

die. eats greens t his knife. use appro\ed. This wit make the tots i ;I Competent t Druggists. Fresh Drugs "

the double ive ith k iL Wilmarth Itl'm :: We solicit :
neg recklt'3saoanQonan your patronage. : : : : : :
number of ; + '
pen \ot ers 00, and at an ., 1"1'I
rt ng rna\ will enable average of $1:- eae'v/ the, pensionswill Health Is good at present. :I _

us to guess at ra identity! Why kern foot up $66(1000.( A four-mill tax Fall gardens have-been Injured by :

GUc /ist. Browne> \and Burr wa3 levied to meet this, bat It won't too much rain. :i One Crescent Pharmacy '
in suspense/n I jj
# this cruel way Tell do it, and it is V>eli< ,'ed/that there The river is on the risp. .
I"Messrs.them who the next Governor Is
will be a shortaga next yfar of $60> We are sorry to learn that tie dry

let them return to the peaceful pursuits 000 In the" pens'n |+fu/d. Genera) house at the river bridge burned last :t LilJO Oak .Florida.t
of .
private life and save their: : ;
"tor Fleming's contention, that the veteran Thursday night. We did not learn the :
who was able to support himself cause.

without a pension shouldn't go on the Rev. Skelton returned Tuesday\ i T : linn M i > M n-11'4-44bit+ n n ;' n+l 1-11'1'4 n IH

Governor Broward in company: rolls will probably find more support- irom- ueortia- and Is making every I =-
'" ------- -----
wUh more than a er State less than the General himself with effort to mafc the veterans' picnic on The time is hand when we I NOTICE run PUISLICATIO.V.iMpartiucnt .

executives river is out on }; such!' deficits as this la prospect. the 8th of O ober a success. He shall have to breset. at every turn i
at Keokuk Iowa .. bad
in company has f the Interior,
enlarged the\ ago and cleaned off by the candidatesV ho will be trot-
wnh President Roosevelt and Office Jit Oaim-Millc, i'la.. &*L
Dade City Star comes into the the grove, and sajVhe hopes to have ting arou d wita tfc* f Weil, I thin.t
many otheWlsticguijJfed The !: 11> .
men : J. O7.Notice
of thVtrip renaissance of the "Wailes Claim.'' a great many veterans as well as I have me\ you before somew here:'' I
purpose ,jfhich was organized with some other is hereby give; 'iat Milton
very clear cut views expressed citizen5>firesent' on that day. Then
lVve answer tes, sir. I have been *
by the $o-the-Gulf Deep pith Our f Frazier of :t;II a vt lie, Fl.i has Ale ;
all the force of evident merchants .getting reason- there, I suppo,.." ,J.IOREXO *. '
Waterway Association, of St. Louis is I sincerity. \The Democrat Is not able trade. *>. | notice of his Intention to make Us1 ,
to give the Preempt a boat rids' 1. > fin"year proof In 8U/lport of U*
on uiat issue one the The are' watch P. T.
way or farmers keeping lose Jordan the prosperous -
the one\of ""
to Memphis, other but I\Is claim, viz: Homestead ntrf
not adjudicata" on the p1c\lng. and are farmers of
with yres cotton Lunullle with his
a view jp futurV congressional very 29972, made May :2<5, : , .'r action for yet no matte wha :the action of the well up with\that work\ notwithstanding two daughters and tw<) friends:; spent *
anently epening the legislature \ west half of northw- '
. channel ih'. hnve been. Until the ralft, i J. Monday in town. t Its wo daughter-?I "
, of Mississippi In the interest there has beenVi disposition igp Section 30, Township 1 ,.n..'n, lUBPjf
of Inland of this Mrs. Annie Hantee shot V monster were the gusts $f 3Tr"T andjfMrs. .\. Ds'
commerce There will claim 12 east, and that said will ,
be a lot Jspeech-making which con rros to the publicnst snake a few days since just at .the W. Pope. and\lef| for St. Xugustinc Court, Jt
AlKeokuk, made before Clerk Cir> :
St LoUI* of right an Vquity, it will continue door step. .. this morning whtre they vill attend
I Cairo and item and to rise likera Live Oak, Fla., on Nov 1987.
our Florida rvstless ghost and Rev. M. H. Touchtop and brother school. w .
Governor Is witnesses
r for haunt He names the foUoI:'
; future
legislatures until it has will leave
a talk for Georgia In a feu- days -
among the rest been exorcised ly to prove his continues I' dence IV- .

Broward is at his best j'Cts Star says: simpTf justice. The after some hogs. A woman win make lisi. about a-I on. and cultivation of. : land Tix:

of that character Mr. Jessie Hart is going to send his ranch success seVectinif cigars
" and as deepening "We are as a n. 1.. )MitHaor of ElL! Fla.; '
I soij-y to note t\at Wilson hogs to Rev.
the Mississippi and draining the of Hernando las Touchton to fatten on man will choosing/ -ire's hat.Suscrib'e T. O'Hara, of Blla>i':: .".i J. J-
taken. to task shares.
Ii Everglades are %, '
more or less HenrTI'BB.
about the 1VaUcs Claim wwti Brazell of Bllarille,
.. themes doubtless he will give his by some of Mr. A. C. RankIn was in Wilmarth .J.'i
I the papers of'the State. We Wright, of Live Oak, F;:: 'f
audience some facts and figures on I see how shopping today. lie seems to bo for the ; .,
his favorite Florida Issue. man, tax rather feeble in health jet lively and
payer or otherwise can contend tti dw-sept25-lmo ie

Jovla1.'j'j, Daily. fcd fee paid. i

Y 46C st-r,.het

.. ,< ,

K .: LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1'Iti'OY., ;.<-.' .:':' <-.,.-I- '-, .:

z, o ,

> .'. . -. .<. ;+ ;'. i'f.' "_ ;;:

; ; ; 'I : ; .

MATTERS OF INTEREST Locals And PersonalsTHEY NEWS OF LIVE OAK AND --', ; ;" 4,. : *



. . . . . . t . . .. . . _ . . .. .
- - - - - -
: .I I
./ Ed. Lanier. oV fosburg, is in towntoday M. ChanceyV>f Wilmarth is in Joe Rubenstein fbakery is runningnow

trading. /\j .. town today trskfingi I and he is bluing some fine for Sale Diamonds

-+- bread. He is j ad\ to supply all
.: I
"f; Ctl.! Frank Drew trent to Jackson I H. C. Meeks oWpine Grove is In customers.W. : J-
V town today trading.
rifle this morningO. /
;)- R. WillefordVatl wife returnedlast We offer at a bargain, !
Solitaire Diamond En- !
1 O. WiirtWB'made a business Mr. and MrsVvt A. Robertson are night from the( summer vacation six room cottage with

tip to :Mayo j/jteWay. in town today, e o ping. spent in the tiauVains* of North modern conveniences, on gagement Rings, Pins, :

Carolina.J. .
W. H. Miller, Lloyd is registered S. P. Ylckers.>.l Lake City is in I south Ohio avenue. Most Bracelets, Lockets, and

at the Ethel fb ay.I town today on business. W. Price returned this morning I desirable residence section Necklaces, Cut Glass and

from BrooksvilleX ufaere he has been of the city. If you are
John DempS'K of Bran ford. Is in \\'. T. Reagan.. .of Pensacola. is spending some tijne with relativesand contemplating purchasing Sterling Silver Wedding ;

today OJ) bllslDess. guest of the Ethel today. friends. !
town f I
I -' a home in Live Oak come Presents, finest of quality I II

; W. M. ','of Tampa, is registered Otis Dees, of TJajo, was a business Mrs W. J. Gxaj", *ho has been I I up to our office and let I lowest prices

at the Ethel today. visitor to the citq today. visiting her son/ A. Gray for the I us show you this place. I / ,

past week, left t /,morning for her I i
/ J. M/ Ducker of, Dow ling Park is t
z A. C. Johnson o Pine Grove is in home in Ilinson. Fla. I I

the city today on business. in town today .business.. I !
. : 'EDWARDSRE ExpertWatch
[ lW
, < Tom :Nelson Prank Hughes and ,
4'',: Mrs. J. F.sortpp.' of Dowling Park, J. C. Craw ley, \>..L hock Cut was Fred Gaylard wen /out to the ParK
of the Ethel today. in town this morning on business. I
t s guest yesterday and spent VIe, day. They !I ;

report having a fine time. Lewin Building! Room 3. i
Mrs. W. R. Dorian, of Houston T. .R. Woocison, of White Springs, Repairing.

Js In the city todajfj shopping. is registered at the'Ethel today. r l I Phone No. 4l.I .
Hon. W. A. TISOB, qt 1'ellborn, I All Standard Makes for Sale by

t Geo. S. flays Chancy, Fla., wasa Bo l floury
Dr C. S. Brown made a profession I I I
Commission.Ii in nexfy! Card of Thank
business visitor to the
& al trip to Fenholfffway yesterday city today. I RADFORDThe
: attending a meeting oftlhe tOda"j Mcclennj. Fla., Sept.,58, 1907
tfL I.
: 0. B. Burroughs: Monticello, was James Allen of LiJTaviUe ,was ia To the Lhe Oak Democrat: Jeweler b

: registered at the hel jesterday. town for aT6ho/tlfctim < t' morninG Miss Ida of Lloyd, Fla., I wish \o announc through jour t
- I I I valuable paper, Jlncere appreciation LIVE OAK. FLA
on business. 4 / arrived this momUg| and enrolled iu my
: Miss M. Wade.DNew* Smyrna, 1 the Southern nusruess College fora I I and hear elt t anks to the kind _, .-

was a guest of the Ethel jesterday. Porch Lzbler, a prosperous J farmerof full course In the short and typewriting i I I people of LIve\p/k who so kindly ;I II

the Ross urgs.I ttlefleltt, Is In the department. i I rendered us assijSance during the I

I The Band Box. 1Ir E. N. Lawler. city today on*bti sines*. recent illness ofJhiy\ear wife. Words ,

'Jroprletor..11I; have Its fall opening Miss Haffie Hayes. ., of Grt't"n\'me.1 1 II are too feeble/o expre my true appreciation 1 '

-,,tomorrow. Another place in this W C. Gamble, a. prominent I citizengwn.tuda I who has bN'n11Ii fog her sisters I': for their kinA_assistance. I FIR. BOOK & NEWS[ GO.

3tpaper will give more about it. of Luraville. iin } look Mrs. J. B. Hartoll pad Mrs. L. c.j I I especfallXthank) Rev. C. .A. Ridleyfor

:J ing after busin s'inferests.The his kind and consoling
SP V. '. Rutt t. for the pastvc,.k, left this I many -
ri', Will Hair returned home yesterday morning for her homeS deeds and words 1

lfrom{.. a business tnp,to Jacksonville. new hotel i it nearly finibhed I I I DANIEL F 110 WELL.Invaoother SCHOOL ROOKS .AM SCHOOL

and In n Vk two
now or
fr T 7 1-:, McCutehHin, {tight operator StPPLIKS, _
1Roy of/Branford it will be ready to column will be found I
Dorsett was.a o1fl p. I for the. St board rally, and another I I a

]t' business visitor the city yesterday. left this mornlngVfW" Dade OtY.1 Paper\from Prof L B Edwards.prlncipAJ HOOhS IIIULKS, STATIONERY

Eugene Cox arfived this morning I I of our High School that f
where they wiU Wnor some time I
M. J. Thompson.", >f Jacksonville, from Jacksonville, where he has been visiting friend and relativesA I i"should hAve appeared jesterdAj"I bat And ?hl".ica| Instruments, .Pictures

i was registered: at jne Ethel )'ester.I for several days on business I I if, together with some other matterintended and Picture I'raan-s Made to Order.
'4&r.t t hraatlGtl I fo>bat issue, waJ crowdedout F
J. J. Grfent, of fVltmarth, it, in lolvn and api>e\r todaj Uj. the way, Wall Tatar, Cold Drinks, Ice Cream
r % A tT s A j I daughter arrived at the home of }lr.1|
Mrs. S. S. Sanrprd'] : Perry came this morning.. atfeoojag the\ 1i>Mnill I WilliaVlI we would like emphaye the staU1- t
t and Mrs. Lyle Sunday j Cigars and Candies
up today to visit.htr mother Mrs S. of the county'ronrprSsionersMiss P *' beats and suegeViohs-riade by Prof.
\ morning. Mr. trs. Lyle are receiving -
P. Mays. Edwards in his aiXic They are of
: congratulations for the lIttlf"ladY' -
Lulu' uleJton, Monticello.. too much Importan /to be passed lv

t Mr and Mrs. i\i. McCall were In arrived last nl ht on a visit to her $ future I without serious coytV-n. They should:

,town yesterday snapping and visitSlug sister, Mrs. BrlgRs Arrington. \ be read thought/In)' >y all parents Flit BOOK K &&RYS CO.O
I 'lbt J Q. R. Hatcher ajid Mf. Davis, of '
friends. and guardians,/ nd thVn an earnest
Branford weretin ton /his t orn-I
Briggs Arlington returned home ---
.. effort made tocooperatwith the
Dr. A. D. Puterbaugh.I of Branford yesterday frV, Quitman, where he Ing. While hertv they\"parch' -d a-1! principal andAh teachers\n buildingup

4 was a business. visitor to the has been for omeek on business. terial from the Sinranfy* n .r ware I and strengthening in \wry wavpossible C f TOOK Manastr
:city yesterday. Co., for building a cotton<'arehouse : and Owner
I our * J. M. Cohia andKamily left for at Branford t
can "ontr'fute more to the 'tabilityand
'THE CITIZENS BANK has two or Lake City last nlAt, where they ex- I city
fair name of our little than
tirw corner offices> to rent over its", pect to make their future home.H. Joe McAlpin' is agent for the Quit- r
the effectiveness of
hig'i -------
genuine our --- --------
1r banking room. Apply to Arnold P. man Steam Laundry. Work called I
f-chooljind this is made possible only
'?.HIckler. Cashier. tf M. Wood and/ife returned last for on Mondays, and delivered Fridays
to lhextent of the hearty co-oj ora- scuotooIisFull {
,-- night from Ashe1 le, N C., where and Saturda.vs Agency headquarters '
: tlonrof the patrons with those In
J. M. Henders wt/of Mayo was in they have been spending the summer. at the Star Tailor Shop. I i
charge of the work.
Vthe city yesterday/VookinR after busi- Patronage solicited. Phone ::8. 3t ITO J r I ----- i iI
.'s nest Interests. Jack: Townsend.irepresentlng Swift j I
: lion. W. M. Holloway of Tallahassee supply of new Iat
; & Co., of Jacksonville, is in town this IEnCJI.'TSI""t" your !'
Superintendent: of Public In-
4y : A. Jordan and'" P. Ward ofiDowling morning looking after his customers. orders: for green beans okra and eggplants and second hand
strvetion. called at the Democrat office -
| Park were. here yesterday with .\. W. Pope at Democrat II R
ion business \ Mrs It. E. MVXem returned home a few moments yesterday evening -
office Beans lOc a pound; okra ?e School Books and
I He was returning from Perry,
from Jasper yestnraay, where she a pound; r&ppbants fine sad large.15c !
-. A. D. Morrow, a prominent citizen spent Sunday wijhriends and rela- to :Oe each. You pay express where he bad been attending the Stationery always on
:OadlsoD. V 1,0.1:u., 0: t:1J'1Iich: School of that
the'city thes
was .. today charges
:::.eu l'oct home. i place lie says the school made a hand cr
J Rife first-class start. Ii in fact,
S. R Ka frI1\l / of Jackfon'I1lt' : \reports
i Miss Marj\Jopon. of Ibis city. has
'f. Ret. L. M. S ttoa. of Thomasvill'-, are inN he city today en- \ that all the public! schools of the State WOLFE ON THE CORNER
entered the ell known Southern
Ga.. was la the ch to are opening imtch better than usual
.. this morning edtoafe route to Hampo \Springs spenda CollegX /
Business f< complete
r to Montlc llo> while jf there being fromS en fifteen percent
.....:. course in the com /real and Increase in the' enrol/meats over JUST RECEIVED AT

Wit', *.' BHarris graphic department s L We sttno.I' the preceding years. T bit of
prominent sales- The Count B and the THE BON TON
} Corfege
:!a:or btuon. In town today andWired Board of Couutj Cenuaijsato.fw' mt I the Business y t i news tr7atiWe all } rece/ Sta a ,
newStudents New line Veil skirts.
number of whkb speaks I bit
at Jfie thel. firs-rMoAllav' degree of S h&4'! we
/ today it being Oie in the well for its success in the future. New line latest shaped corsets.
remember that our school here !'n
'. month. I ( New line silk lace dress trimmings in '
."': -.I'>.m back in town and would behave I Live Oak is not a whit "iehlnd thebest. I braid, lace wands applique, dress t
o, !rfod I Papers llec 'iv 'd. It is tie: occasion of much community + .
my friends and cus IH.. eef chairmanof : I I
to.u1 that pride. During Mr Hollow ay's Standard Fashion Sheets.
la'a'call to see me at Geo. Davis' the Count Sd iol Hoar, Is in the Last week we advertised we Patterns

', 11Ckmltb .hop. C. Anderson lw. city today, attending t e'Sneeting of I! wanted some. copies of\be Suwannee administration the schools throughout MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. J JL'nIl
,)'.. U"'fDocratf10 complete air files that the State have made marked advancement -
the board. 1 I r
t., :Clifford R. had been !>rokenWelt the paperscame This is not surprisinga '
Jordan, Dowllng+ I S.\I.;.
''.Yak that dn. aid they kept he is possessed of the splendid
; was In th\tlty yesterday and The New JVpaftnient Store Is very

4 I'eIkte-. 'edat thtlbel.. ini; tompletionSjait/ aad by near-j the coming:. nd are it f\/coming until. faculty of bringing things to pas Inwhatever Good house ..d three tote eC hul.

:-. ---.., fifteenth of thllmoDtb. they hope to 1't" are pel totoller uet<: be unidMiakts. art More how OT W_ Hal nf )

t I-:C1latoAUi e narVet man rot open u,., I I 11'r are rev." r Ished. ........ 1hCet, Win .iM e.. .

t ,+3 Lon f' :toil: where h. *>..r. ---. .. -- for th.. prom; 'n Hlar I all. MTIU ,'y. OH 8TO1.EN ....... rhaea.. fw it all .-maatry....... A'.

.I,catlMd: of ra... l.fJA'f 'II...'" .1<1.-.1 '.I..n bat.k !.qt w,' w..'.'.1 ), n .w .5 III.... .i Ieiestst ,a..t au,c' -ACqI' !." aagaf from is I'!' a' 1".0)0 At 't-r. Of' $4Idos

-.1. t heifer 4 years old and red MdN'1 M'tII.. until ac! nMwd, teMe beet of Ce ttttoest', U,, fist tptt, I 31. LJ*. Oak. ..... s 7.4t

..-a.' \Suto !I, valued employee white back cow marked under square other Issue aa ''that reward" fc growing hvrw. hair off oa froet hank; C.I.M- --

..4b 1. ..oa\1l'lePbOne Co.. will crop and :2 splits. Any Informationof to serious proportloas. Advertising bus Ga.. buggy two stokes broken FOUND-One Mcycle. Owner call '

-. ;- afternoon. for Thoroasville. them please send to Henry Jones I certainly pajs Let unbeliever right: front whetl. Return to M. L. and describe same. J. G. Godden, 1

:''ItIIt i"'j"\". :.NenrnwelativesA R. F. D., Live, Oak.: Suitable: reward. !I take note. Burnett and receive reward. i care W S. Cogs cotton house. d-tf
.... a
"" ;

: .

'----.:-....-........--,- ,- .- ----'"'.. ->,\.: ", "- --.: ... .. 1a
{i: r ...-:..':.." : ;;; ___'__ .

+L ... H t xt a
? .

,.. ,

.... : :

... OCTOBER. 19O7.t '
-- n'DAILY liBMOCKAr, :: 4yk

.Tz -- . ...... . 1 I I I I i I II I t
Iti. f.' .'-'''' I .. J
; 4ii -
I '. It Itzrr
, i. :'. f r' vt .

I J .*
< ,. /
+ I ; ..1 "' ./t." ERBINE
+ fkr / ;Jt
f ," .- f .< K..,-.Ii "'-'. ;' /
:;; 'I /f- I' r IH

,;:::.-' tsarsSicit
.t. I --- ...., ,j.{. :. +
:1' *& For LiversA


i if i
A GUARANTEED CURE for.all disease? produced by
: I r.1 TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle puf
;a ceased louay ma/ tar you a sick spell tomorrow.
: ., r "
he standard Sdtortf'and telegraphy College
r Commercial
In X. Florida, tar iraTlttIrigTlie CSnnislaess'school I ,I :
a *
; ,
J tL+a'aeetfott. /j "- .: !' ; ',' p. 'l h S Sara W. A. Whitew 1t. Emery Tex.: ,
: writes: "My child hid chill and fever
7 '' f+fJ for four year!!. We tried all kinds of

, i $40)$50cH$7s5Ps: ; 'd$9 .I.Ii. F urine medicines tech mta-rded and finally Herbiae.acquaintance We tkd '.

1 three bottles cured.and You the have child my is permission nor completely -

to publish this t testimonial a* 1 cheer
fully recommend Herbine to all mcther
., t. ++ baric? children afflicted as mine."
t : i
I !


}! Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street i : 4 "

;;- I.. M. HATTOX. \ \ <:- *. STKPHKXS.1'iesident Suwannee Drug Company.
::. and IVoprietor. LIVE \IFLA.. IVincipuI. t i I
: +

.. . . . N.fN1r. +e+N+f.eeate/1fN.+te1F..aF.ems.r.. e..N.FN t i
; .... I I II I I I I I II I I HHI'U+: lUll J .+++*+ .z+!.+.z.-+: II I UtI U J 1 r I I ; ; ; ;; ; ;J.i Live Oak MTg. Co,7

-__ '___ _n -- - I
A 1'artatittrt.'Fortyrs ;. I Friendship J3 what leads a man to Healthy kidneys filter the impurities
athat fellow arrived -I do something for you just as quickly from the Mood, and unless they Manufacturers of
ip our r1wtthout a cent." as though y
-' "I suppose h cn:ns half the city Koley's Ki now?" I Of Intrrr-t to ZanyFoley's !; kidneys and will positively cure all
forms of kidney and bladder .
broke.LoulsvtheCourlerJournal. di -ease Power and 3
Xoi.he'8 Kidney Cure will cure any it strengthens the whole system. City Turpentine.
ram of kidney or bladder trouble
p that !ii n ,nit beyond the reach of Medi Pharmacy.- dw* Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished fa
Kodol For indigestion and DyspepEia cine. N'o medicine can do more. City One comfort\about-----s- being rich ia 1 Residence 01. Business Houses at a very reasonable ,rail,\
a combination of natural digest- Pharmacy. dw' that Uo not'kare lltm
I you to mind Ipeople
the Electric -Day and night current-for manufi
ants and vegetable acids digests --- pow
I say about tn evils of riche
food itself: and gives strength and I A lawjer t"a, man who rams his .
ingpurposes. ,.
health to the stomach. Pleasant to livelihood making excuses for people
The leuch that Ikals Wholesale and retail Ice-out of orders have i
take. Sold by Live Oak who have fallen evil"days. I! City m
.. dwrWanted Is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica; i
macy. Salve. It's the happiest combinationof cial attention, and all orders promptly filled. 1

Svn>etlin>.<; Solid. the Don't first neglect indication your c.-f stomach.trouble take At ever Arnica compounded.flowers and Xo healing matter balsam how* We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling! fuij

Alrynort-You a jfed me to take something that will help it along in old Come and '
the sore or ulcer is. this Salve flooring. get our prices. 11
you up in my ballompcpw you want its work of digesting the food you will cure it. For burns, scalds cuts _
to down. Do vBu wan the earth eat Kodol For Indigestion *
go and wounds or piles it's an absolute cure M-1.1 1 H.Jill J I1II !-IHH H 1 II Mi HI HI i H M MI \ ItijfjNOTICE I
Nervls*-YouVe guessed it That's Dyspepsia will do this. Sold by Live Guaranteed by Barclay & Groover or i
what l d* wantalbany.Jourjoss Oak Pharmacy. dw* druggist. 25c. dw* i 1:
nal. ,, i d teBuilders; : :',
Cough Cures "--lm"lI:III'II III : W \\i !UU: :::; ::' ill :: I i I: I i iI I i II' dii I "f Contractors a ros :
Nearly especially i1H

those stipating.that Kennedy's contain opiates Laxative, are Cough con It Now is the Time to Visit i theJamestown I THE LIVE I OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. I

Syrup contains no opiates and acts ts
gently on the bowels. Pleasant to I I I will furnish you your Lime, Cement, BuildingsandPlaster

take., Sold by Live Oak Pharmacy dw*- Exposition ) 1+: Laths and all kinds of Brick. ;t:

1 ,' ....." i OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. As:;:'for prices.;\+i

watchman's Bank Preside name safef/- 'lr'?'hat's the new !ifj: J y IT IS COMPLETE IN'EVERY DEPARTMENT.The ;. I t The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co.;!

Cashter-Jlm- tt.....++..+++.lllllt.I+++++++) ++++ : .II'
Bank President_ -Discharge him at War Path :=: Air
once!-Syracuse Herald. Ship, ::: Naval Display

% Health in the Canal Zone. will interest and instruct you. Do not

The high wages paid make it a fail to go at once. For beautifully illus- SEABOARD1Airline
mighty temptation to our young trated folder
artisans to Join the force of skilled containing maps, discrip-
workmen needed to construct the tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to J
Panama Canal. Many are restrained Railway.
however by the fear of fevers and
malaria. It is the knowing ones- FRANK C. BOYLSTON

those who bare used Electric Bitter, Savannah, Columbia, Camden, South:rl Pin,,

t who go there without this fear well I District Pass. fRaleIgh, Richmond, Washirgcon, BU'L nore, "
t knowing they are cafe from malar. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.Ii ,
Philadelphia and New York. '
I ious influence with Electric Bitters '; .
on hand. Cures blood poison too, ++ -

biliousness, liver weakness and kidney and all troubles.stomach Ii 11. ATLANTIC COAST LINE i t TITO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DRILY

Guaranteed by Barclay & Groover ,
druggist. 50c. dw THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE. Seaboard Express Seaboar-1 I M1 iI:
Interest.... paid SQ treasures in s'e- -
t : i ---- --- -
heaven is h.. announced for the .,,,,,, ,, ,, 1m

benefit of those'_,aytng'It up. I 1- -M -- ------ -- -_U -- -- -- -- __":! Modem : Pullman : Equipmei.v!
How t<> Avoid Appendicitis Use the best Brick I -y
i in the State.
those Most who victims are habitually of appendicitis constipated.are IL. The Jamestown Exposition Lin- .

Orino Laxative I .
chronic constipation by Syrup stimulatingthe cures IT'S :MADE BYiThe NORFOLK VA.

liver and bowels, and restores the Excursion Tickets Sale Daily
I on
natural a tion of the bowels. Orlno -
u Callahan
Brick Co. Callahan
Laxative Fruit Syrup does not Fl a'L.
For full information
nauseate or gripe and is mild and and Sleeper reservation; ( any
of Seaboard, or yrite, -t
t pleasant t& take Refuse substitutes. .
S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, ville. f\I. "
City Pharmacy dw W. H. Goodbread, Live Oak, Fla. Gen'(Ag t for Live Oak.
t l!t11111111 I tit I t r .. I III 11 I I I I I J J'" I I .. ,

; ,., .. ""
--> > "-- .' ,


'" <

s i Mrs. Goldtela Unnecessary of Cripple Creek, Live Oak Perry & -6tL J

\e .Proof& &n the Comparison haTing unexpectedly come into a : 'j';

,., fortune rough a lucky strikecet, upa '

L country\ orne near Denver :where The Mineral Springs Route: :'_w; z <:

she lived 1\ style. One Jury while

she was shoeing someyof her old. LUIT 10GND ---- ;:.. .

$ A CiHMCIla N+ 1 time friends aflbut thjf place they tat Clus fIRST CUSS Sl'IIEDLILE I maT cuss t tat Ca w., .
i came to the poulBfcr jrard.
Frt Frt .,
i "What beautlfuX chickens!" the 'and !and Pass FasatPaa Pass i's.. Au(;. 18, 1901 Pass Pass pa Fua and land'

visitor exclaime PassiPa.J I 7 _1119r5r1- 3 :_2 12 14 6 16 PusPu.4 t; 811 !,. y "

:-L i "All prize f *1.' haughtily explained I IA'MA.MA.M! A.M P.M P.M P.M !A.M A.M P.M P.'" P.'" P.MjP.M
yourself the host<
i Daily es Sun Sun Sun D ex Sun ID ex D ex Sun Sun un DailJ" $
"Do they* lay every da. .** was the Sunday only only only Sun only Sun to"n only only only Sunday
I '"" '
i next Uon. L.e L.e'Lve ;:!; !:;:; Lve : IA; 'Ar" Ar Ar J ATir'- r.I .,

I qu' --I I ; 8 11 1 i 00 i .........Live O'k.......... ]0251160 615 900 4 251- i. ..
"Oh/ they could, of course, was 85811 Ii 5 1 ........,....St&rr.............11006 113o 1\ 67 8 42 US
8 10,11, .0211 222 5 rl ...........Mefter....... ...... 1125 563 837 S 001 b %tII
the reply "but In our position It Is 111; 40. 501113)' 22E 5 ...... .._._Platt............... 61< i12z 560 8 34 350 6 25 ..
not necessary for them to do so."- 8 30')1" 91s 11 23Z It ........._Lancaster.._....., 5471112 542 825 33551O ,
I UO ...... ..... I !7 ..
Upplncott's.I 90011225 925115$ 00 540 535.I uvWIiDC P. .I t 40 11 06 aim S"SS 8 18 S 15 I
< i ........._ ... ..... r
9 12 30 9 291% 02 .04 Ii 49 5 Chancel.: ; ..i' 9 3010 107 2 10 525 808 806 813910L35 :
1k k : 91210 4 11 566 sir.-.Mayo JUDetioD... .. ....... 92310 50 203 Ii 18 see 800 305 r
whose and and I 9 .....Di .. .
1 Particular people pride name Lost and Found. 9 9 35 9 47 41 424 600 605 .... ..........8110............. 9 513104'2010 47) 51 SOS 2 2 bs 41 V
r ......... ....... "
their have Lost, between 9:30 p. m.. yesterday I 914 4' 10 Townsend-. .. .... .. 9 051o 32 5 01 % 40n
in product goes into stationery 1014 443 628 ........... ..smlth. .1' 8471014 443 2
Side ....... .. .. .
Fellbolle..y ; Y
and bilious 1020 10112
I noon today a attack, 5o f .46 829 966 42 207le
Bond ( of for (10 43 5i7 70'l ..........-Per17............ 940 10 150I"
erred Coupon irrespective price I 1816
with sick
and headache. This
ref nausea 65 1100 5 3n 71 .. Hampton Sprinys... 9 y l 00 130
I loss was occasioned by finding at
; fifteen years. I I"'
over I Barclay & Groover drug store a box MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.

R :<:Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow careful of Dr. King's New Life Pills, the .
'P.M P.M I P.M P.M P.M
guaranteed cure for biliousness, malaria !
methods that make for firmness and perminance are Lve Lee I Lye Ar
and jaundice. 25c. dw .... ....
l2 l W 1 b 45 .MayoJunetiot. 8 255
used in making @@M ((f)Q 00 ( @OO( rID Its beautiful __ __ _
atiI1 112 n %0 Ii 5 ... .......Dell............_ P.i 'I 50 2 40
color and texture its remarkable toughness and erac- What lie Had. 12 56 li12 25 I \ 602. ...........PetenolL.......... T M 232
1 i12 35 I--r 6011 ..............Ma'o..._......... 'I 35 2 20
t fog qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de Customer fat boo / re-l'd like -.--.12 4 6 171 l.-A,................. 7 30 216
luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence to get a cheapXfdiyfm of Shakes A.M P.M A.Pot P.M P.PeI P.MIP.M A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M'P.M' P.\I.

, _; Waite your letters so that they will compel a reading peare's plays. D exlD; : ';;Tun's-' iP;;Sun D ex Sun Sao ua Sen s
Sun Only OolyOniy Sun Sun On y Only Only Only an SuD
I I bre .Only .
-write them on New Salesma /(:tqr an extended I I
3 S 1 13 2 n 14 6 16 8
search-Sorr sir but we hain't got I L I 4

: @ @ (t1LfPR3strengthen[ [ lli3 @ [ ) nothing but/ his works.ChlcagoTribune. I i
s Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line andAtlantIc
Coast Line. For further information as to schedules and connectionscall
to their appeal and reflect the standing on any ticket agent.J. .
She Found Kelief. LEE ENSIGN", President. R. P, HOI'KINSTraffic:' Manager.
house costs
j .c of: your : ; ,.vi I HfAMMlffil[
> o
na more than 1vX \ I&;\J ll WjlB' other If you are with liver com-
other bond will plaint and have not received help
good bond papers-but no poper serve
you as well- I read this. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond FLORIDA RAILWAY

I :Moody Texas. "I was In poor ,

y '-;;;COUPON-BOND showing Am tfricao 'Writing Paper Co. health-with liver. rouble-for overa 1
various weights-nnishoj and year. Doctors did me no good andI Time Table No. 20

Mil bow with finely the the name paper of a COlon-1 largest Manufacturers of the (.omerorstatanerwhocaawppbyouIf I tried Herbine, and. three bottles
ml you Taking Effect SUNDAY; JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. M., 1907.
menial in the WorM
I Paper i : cured me. I can't say too much for eSUPERSEDES
roll willjmU a*on your business let.
ittarheRd. 129 I Mills. HOLYOKE:, MASS. 1 Herbine, as it .is a wonderful liver ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE '!

aY I medicine. I always have it in the .
: house. Publish where you wish." I READ DOWN. CENTRAL TIME. LEAD bow ,
--------- --
x : Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. dw' 1

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T. J. LYLE | r Na S Na Mail L ? o2.edFgt. Na Local 4 I IHi. '

Why Shy'l.id fjand STArIO", Mai: FrrightSunday.
Practical j 1 "V / Except. Daily. Daity": I"I"Jj'Jj'
ceptDrily SnnLT
{ Pbilomena'Why do you wear .

_..... ...,
BecauskvJack told Live Oak -.A r 540 m
35 j j Virginia- me 7 00 a m 4 30 p ur 0 m P
'Fa DENTIST. year's experience m1 6
k Good stock of Watches always on hand. I t:i never to show my hand.Brooklyni T 20 a m 4 41 II mjLV--- ..aPor. r .Lv. 0 30 a 5 :M p u y

r 1 .. .... .........
a OITOOONTU, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGEWORK Eagle. 1 40 a RI 4 5ii p mtv. ;{r ;j--Ly. al a r 4 'i8 P ID
-- ---- -- -
I ..... Kirkknd..... Lv. I
; : SPECIALTIES. I 710 a m 506p m 010 a m 4 40 II m

. I'". CLINTON MUKS:I i If It'* a Reputation .21.1 a RI 519 a Ar Wi1marth.3,4 .... .-- L. .00. 42i II m t I

} : E. BROOME you are after. White's Cream Yer- 1 a

:M. mifuge has a world wide reputation 830. m L. .......Wiimart .- .._.........Ar. t h4r
I as the best of all worm destroyers 851) r._..... _Lnnvii1! ._ .?.-.....-. -
y h'p 9 06 a III m Lv.._....____.__Lu ;r._--- -.- :10.5
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. I and for its tonic influence on weak a 4.i

Wholesale and Re- and unthrifty children. It improvestheir 9 25 a m At_._...__.___.1Ydmartb....__ ........_
.0: digestion and assimilation of 10 00 a Dt "i'30 pm Lv.____._ __ _Wi1m.uth.-- A 9 57 t. f 2 11m
A. t Wffl r ctic.ia all the courts of the State. Spec- I LV'_ ..._.sllw.nno 06 River.-........_Lr. 1
. ?f W attention given to Conveyances Collection their food, strengthens their nervous 1016 a III Ii 24 p 915. D 416 PM

'.ft Renta.to. Etc. All business promptly attended tail Dealers in Flori- I system and restores them to health 1014 a m 5 30 II L._.____.. _..-LNorward.18 3.1 .... Lv. 9 4S. 100 II r3 t11V.

Nona PUBUC STATE AT LARGE. I and vigor natural to a child. If you 10 2i a m 5 41) II m Ar____.._ --,-- .Ma>-_. ==Lr. _934 a a 43 pro a
want a healthy, happy child get a 1040 a m .Lv.--" ...............kIava- .__-.Ar.u .

da and 'WesternMEATS I 1 bottle of White's Cream Yer 1fugf>. 10 50 a m Ar.-... ,_._.A11s"w-- _._._Lr.it 1--
.DR. J. W. WEST Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. dw C/O a __._._._Aso...._ Ar.

1110 a m ,Ar..........__.._.Mayo..jr. .I
Physician Surgeon. _...... _M Ar.
;I Butte s..rl' 11 15 a m, 5 42 p mlLr ; a 'Wpm
E Office) : Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. I \ WBoyce m' m'Lv- .__.__....-.San -._._. 9 80 t 30; V.
-ThVv say that Smith and 1128 a S n II L; p mt
/1'. Residency at Ethel HotelLfkoasOLBos aViOeal ''Lv_._ ......__.....Sak 149.1paJ__.__- t. J.
a m
his wife live married life. 1135 a m 5fibp II
N..I68.Ra.Wence. I ,LV_..__. _.L.. 'fray
N.... 23 or 1& Phone 24. Joyce-Yes, jfn are both so ugly 1200 G 1. P ., --Aaiilll.-- 906a II ID

Drug Store(Barclay!&Groover)No 16.GLBsoin that neither i ealoi.-Philadelphia 1214 a m S 17 ttmiL........... .... ... h .... ....... .-. ....I... 905a 4 pm

I / ___.._ : hwUe-.. ., Lv. fter
Telegraph. 12 2G a mI 6 27 II mLr, -- 8. a 1ft t 30 p 1ft
F. E.T OlASON Prompt deliveries ml I t -.-.---......_ U aal-----.....Lv. 8. t. i altelpnfa
---- 12 30 a 636 II a pm
DROWN & THOMASON Lv____. __._.DellllUlrk.L.. 888. 18o :; ,
:; 12 50 a m 6 43 pm U red ba
anywhere in the 100m i 60 II m __._I.erry- -...._.......Lv 6 9a 1 40 I:!

r ,
Picture PostcardsAny
I City. (d) Telegraa-h or Telephone Station (f) Flax Station. (r) Re>ri ter. (a) Regular Stop. (a
UTCOAC. i : : FLORIDA. I I Agency Station T P.CALSTON. Superintendent. .
View, Anywhere I W. SJ HAUlS General Passenger Agent

WALL PAPER i Made to Order For
ORZNDLaxative r
I i Half A Cent Each :

When in need of nice wall par Sell Merchants 'Tithec
Copied from any photograph or print forwarded We Only
to us with the order. Name of party ordering Cs
[- per call H. t1. PETTY
on at will be imprinted on each card as publisher with
FruitSyrup address Postcards reproduced and delivered
CUNTON;& MEEK-S MARKET. within 10 days from receipt of order copy and CARRY STOCK OF
description of scene-for which maximum of 30
Pleasant to take words is allowed. Phetosimile and Phototype
Comet and Obelisk Flour Meal Grits Corn
THE UNION 1 Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed withcut ,
The new laxative. Does charge, in return for name and address of party Oats, Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat Canned Goods of all j
requesting specimens,writen on any kind of a
Club. not gripe or nauseate. Picture Postcard or Tour business stationery. 100 kinds. Potatoes, Lemons, Coffee Sugar, Rice, .
Pressing per cent, to 2iO per cent PROFIT Taking Ordersand
Cures stomach and liver Selling"AMERICAN": [Trade Mark]LOCALVIEW Candy, Crackers, Potash, Soaps, Washing Powder,

.r:' DON'T FORGET in honor to you. troubles and chronic constipation i Wholesale PICTURE Distributor POSTCARDS.and Manufacturers'One Exclucjvt Ajrent Lavadura, Extracts, Writting Tablets, Lead Pen-

,' !t tatak Ron In advance the [Photographer. Dealer.Jobber. Local Newspaper
+ ( public cils Box Paper Pipes Paper Bags Roll Paper.
I ,
,let by restoring the Publisher or Printer [WANTED in every city ,
j\ \ '8t Jour patronage. On Howard town and village. LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CON. Honest Money Tobaco. Taffy Tolu and V
*eet. next door to the Live Oakteam natural action of the stomach TRACT. Write for terms. TEN Handsome Arkansas -
:1: Photo imi1e and Phototype Picture Postcards Wrigleys Chewing Gums .
Bakery, Is the place to have
liver and bowels. will be sent to any address on receipt of
;.1 eat and nice work done On short FIVE[2u] STAMPS. Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big Smokers, i iV it

t }, :'Utica. We do Genial Repairing Refuse
.1 C1eanlng Mending and Dyeing. Inc. Reproductions for Any Purpose by Any _. '
1 8P eUl The New Pure Food and Drug iJiw.Ve Proceu. ------ .
given to Altering
'", ,Oent6' Furnishings. \ are pleased to announce that 337 Dearborn St. Chicago. Phone Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited to make our office their head-
Rates to Mer-
' : Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, quarters while in the city.
} t-' ..rh0 deal In Gents FurnishNickerson colds and lung troubles is not affected Harrison 4691,
': ,. ...., and OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .:I-
by the National Pure Food Makers o:Picture Postcards.CaIorpJ..toStftoeogph. Y; i rr <
Drug law as it contains no opiates or Calenders. Picture for Newspaper Art

} A. other harmful drugs, and we recom- Supplements. Magazine Corers Inserts for Edi Live Oak
& Commission
lions de Lux .Pictures for Framing Art Studies. Brokerage Co.
.a mend it as a safe remedy for child- or reproductions for any pvryebe.in any quantity
'-' LIVE OAK FL..tt .\. '
.. ren and adults. City Pharmacy. dw from 1000 up. Write for rates. 12-.t'
..}. ,t 1


Vi:, ...
.. F, I Ii

'';'; ... 1 ,,

--., ...... .
-- .. .
: .
:, : '--, -- -- ...."''""- ...: -- ;
> L ".
-- "

.= .

... ,"1
TUESDAY OCTOBER 1, 1*>7.eoee9eeeoocxxxxx.



B. BARTON President. kj
H. M. WOOCT, Chairman finance Com. sX

t' E. J. BlUME, 1st Vice-Prcsid ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier. I

(1 D. L BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. -

F '1 The Citizens' Bank of Live Oak x a

t t jjj I+t Opened for business Sept. 3rd under the most flattering circumstances, and backed by rar

I of Florida solicit the I
of the best business men and financiers of this section patronage -

of the banking public and insures every courtesy and accommodation that is

consistent with
> m

Conservative and Sound Banking: Principles.

t Ohio Avenue and Howard street, where a cordial welcome awaits one and all.
Visit us in our new quarters,
Mickler will take pleasure in showing you our
: / Our courteous cashier, Mr. Arnold P. great

;: i New Modern Vaults, Banker's Chests, Etc.,

The cashier will also take special, pleasure in explaining
" ;. which we believe will be'of much interest to our customers. -

p to every one our new methods and systems of opening New Bank Accounts, OUR INTEREST COMPUTING ,

j SYSTEM in our Savings Department, etc., all of which will be instructive and of much interest. -

f Oct. 1st is an Ideal Time to Open an Account With the New Bank. "

I We hope-'our friends and the banking: public generally, will not forget this, and be

? governed accordingly. All Deposits made in Our Savings Department e

I during any day of this week, will bear interest from Oct. 1st. i

The Citizen's Bank of Live Oak, .



vNNMw..MN .
l ellr: :::::: :::;:'I'.mWPnnI'1'pm:: : : : ::: : H'::II ::' I ::::::mm;: "::;':;::III:II::::;::r''I;: :;'1:111:1:: : ::I :"'1:I:::: Im:
Our High rhM>l I

The High SchoOl;has never opened:'I 11 SECOND SHIPMENT OF MILL ENDS

more auspiciousjy than the present\ I

year. The enrollment is the largest ft AT
In Its historvf and the daily attendance I

work The is wit pupils all/pat greater have could entered enthusiasm be hoped into their and(or. ,i THE : = LADIES' = : = EMPORIUM \!

more ?er' us earnestness than I haven D Better Values, Larger Variety Than First Lot. i
ever km them. There are

cotion Excellent opportunity to seqre materials for school wear at reduced prices. Why not bay S SU

good, clean remnants and save from two to five cents yard
fore kno 'n. The teachers have begun
u ,
their wok with enthusiasm and

energy. From the beginning the I Ready to Wear Department Suits and Best Skirts, No Two Alike. '
Ii have shown t'ength and tact, nor doI
ft /
In feel the that school.thete\Is any weak point Full of new goods, latest styles in aylored This department in charge of .a first-class ,

I With continuedtsjmpathy and help suits, Voile and Panama Skirts, Shirt dressmaker, formerly with large ready-to-

of the parents \vte I anticipate the I Waists, Kimonas, etc \ wear store of Baltimore.
successful of the school
i -
: -- --
I would
under my adml tar I
urge the pare t make the daily \Vc Guarantee to Fit Every Garment Perfect I)'.

attendance of their children as nearly -
I : ti

perfect the careler as npsslble.attendance Rememberthat of }ourchildren i I i_ I BETTER GOODS FOR SAME MOHEY--SAME COORS FOR lESS MONEY.

injuries not only

all the numbers of their class. L. s. HAl tiV RD
t : ,
The excellence of the work of any The Ladies Emporium

class depends pon the punctually ::8 Proprietor.'H .

and effort of e ch child in the class.
I ; '::1''' :: : ;::11":1: I'' I ;::::' I :;;11"[ II:: I III :! ::1111':1'': ': : 1'1' ::1':1:1'': : :'! ::':': ::m ,
If jour child fa.Is to do his full duty,
he becomes a hindrance to the united -
the work of the grade. It makes the
progress of the-grade. Now is the I i \Va Very Young. '
work less Interesting to the child itself I \ PARTY TICKETSJIKe I
time to teach your children that they I "is sh )"oun !" _
I and consequently tends to giveIt <
must do their work so well and Oh. ye "'.,
a dislike for school. It you have :
: promptly that theV will be a help to How 'V
child that is tp enter the first grade Oak to Do ling Park on vile daily
those with whom Uiey live and associate young ++ 44-
"Well of
ex ough not to get
this year, and Ayes, never been. to a' rate of 50 tents round trip with 1 tH.4 .
.and not an Injury. Is your <> fended iffjou asWS r how old sh"- A
child giving evidences of being well school before. send bat child to school is."-Cleveland Leader ...1 I. ,- Minimum of ten lres. Call onliket
at once. Do not wtit for anything g.++: ;
up with the work of his grade? If 1' ?1I Agent Phone 152 foriiTlIlVUlii
less than an absolute necessity. Unfortunately -
he Is not give him tome special attention It would be interesting to know further information. ,TRTIi** _
many pe ple feel that a*
and help us/in our effort to Just what Adam said ta Eve the first
the child is young i makes very little -
lift him to a higher level of schol
difference wheth r a few weeks time he was late in reaching home.
arship. Do not let mm rest satisfied EDISON PHONOGRAPHSAND
late entering or noL There is no
until he is the best. --- --
among ---- -
place in:school wher4, an early en-
Especially would I call attention FOR SALE RECORDS.
trance is so important Indeed I
of parents who have children to enter

the first grade to the importance of their would children advise for all the who first can grade not enter with- Nice New\ couaoe We keep in stock a line of Edison's latest improvdd Pho00": *|
sending them to school at once. "
_ in a few weeks to k Pjth'm out until graphs and Rccords at standard prices. Sold on ;easy paYment
Pupils who have never been in school
another school year. : Contoining five rooms and call 1
should aH begin together. They the plan. Your credit is good. Write or on
All boys and girls need the
must have .&individual attention hallway on west Howard St.
school and we would love to have Co.
and every time one enters the Live Oak Furniture ,
them all come. I{ it is possible to Small barn and stable and
s grade after the class has made a good ,
beginning it brings a serious loss oft do send so them parents without should, longer send delay.L. them. and garden. Apply to : or A.J. WILLIAMS (The Sewing Machine Man)

time to all who have already begun' B.EDWARDS. Prin. I. M. COBIA. Live Oak.''LIVE OAK. FLORIDAu --.-

.t, ..