Live Oak daily Democrat

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Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Evening Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 12, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
General Note:
Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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VOL. II. No- 190. .. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, s'Tt'RD.ocroBER 1:, 1907. TEN CENTS A




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Was No Chance of a Hear at g TIM J.Ipu004t' .Ifle+r

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Stamboul la., Oct. 11.-Roosevelt Richmond Oct. IIQ,..t.f witvity -

camp at the plontlcello crossing ofF 4 l 1 in restricaoc the VMfrtac ft
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the Bayou T peas has passed into ,I 4f 1----A divorcees, a more wld.t,r*.4 is v
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history. The resident left the placeat 'u7 ': ment against the child labor.vtL Uw

6 o'clock tlis morning and when adoption of the snuch mooted phreries,

be turned his! back on the camp it "the American church" la a.r**.M*
was with a determination not to return to the constitutba, tad UM 4.Mti.

again. I He headed toward \ of providing, fortiuffniK M...e. lit
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k Dear lake wh nee Sunday he will remove F I ,{' i j against missionary bishops. *.r.
to another camp which will be I among the mcaaire.. urged Ia to4.>"aI

pitched near ewellton. in Tensaa 1' 47/7/ !I proceedings of the triennial emir** !

parish, on a ranch of the Iron 4 j tton of the Prole*ant EpUcof

Mountain roai I I Church of America. Doth koa 1iH

The change I was decided not only : I I were In session and a number of IB*

because no bear had been killed but I auxiliary organl atiooa held &*.!.

because: the president and his friends : + lv .3 0 ? Ings. I i

became convinced that there was The constitutional preamble .*.

none to be killefl on the upper Tensas. voted on by dioieses and adopt kj
They have hreshed the woods the bouse of deputies after an aoar'f

I I covering the entire country around discussion. Tha preamble was reported .

the Montlceilo dressing, and it is still by Dr. Quntington. from the

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doubtful whether any fresh signs of -If' a "1)'. on amendments\ to eoastitution. -
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the presence of jhe bruin family have I The preamble was theChurch" cab- I
tern dlacdvereNo I -- ----- ---- -- Ject of a very igoroua controveny

member f the party has had WAS TKDD'I SCARED- : ? i [EMPEROR[ teS SLOWLY! \ [ ''s FKOM FLYING TRAIN. among the clergy and lay delegate,

the advocates tailng the position that
tbe remotest gl pse of a bear no: -
A IIholit' Nervous on they r AVitli lliiucuff 0 Hut Is Soon III'captured
/ the phraseologt "Themerkaa
lave any of t1 dogs, with which .
River Twp they Say.Mehphls 'nhurt.
they are .ul\plle struck at any time does not Involve a chaaf
I FHAM'IS JO. ::1'11. KMPKRKll:
a well defln&I r track. Ir. Parks Te4i.oct.] lO.-Lo'all j! .,(Times-Un n, llth.) of name and the opponents claiming
emphatically Ipresses the opinion detectives who misted Secret st'r-I 1 eent rday's TI es-Cnlon gave an to the contrary. i
There will be session of .It....
flat there a 0 bears where the l po "
lardIng President I
Tire men In account of a roljbery committed In I
house tomorrow as the entire convention
hssl has jducted.Tie
Roosevelt during rs day in Memphis I Middleburg, ClaJ, county. Tuesday "
president accepts the sltua- In 'onstart PHYSICIANS GIVE UP All! HOPE night. : -Also of the arrest made by will go on their pilgrimage to
that thapr..rat say the Preside was I Jamestown as of the diocese of
ties phil050pblc Iy, saylag
Sheriff I guts
fear of an aecid t after lip left St. Buddington of a
I. not t e only search for su.-picious char ter. Sheriff Weeks Southern Virginia
Loul Act'ordio to their story, the Tonight banquets fry
were given
game that ever t' me to naught.T 0 ( un-t Attoiu nls Wutcliitli In. of Green Cove Springs was notified
President was cc; lug constantly 0:1 the alumni of the \Virginia seminaryand
('n'a"4't1III't: ) the Continued and came to Ja sonville Wednesday
.\ Till: ( T() lomtOWodmt. the secret servi men to keep this the alumni of'rSewanee.
I'ailing the (;raud 0111lan:
(1n'lUl" evening star tine back on the 9:49
or that man ba .. _
.\ train with the egro, Will Johnson, ,
Detective lilt sass the sestet SBXTKXCED, FOR LIME
J alias Will Wright. When the train *
Older J. T.Kidg. of Jacksonville service men ha to use force to get Is a 111ite Man Coavlcted. of M.,..
... of the It"adloministers I of jheAdvrst clear I t. Louis from the Vienna, t. 11.-This night is a was within fouj miles of Orange I I
a way
church wl I fill the pulpit at -lJlank wh President! HoosT1t :critical on for Francis Josef, the Park running {at a rate of twenty Of a Xfitro. !
1.t1 !nuts tomorr w.Yk. aped' emperpr Austria-Hungary.). miles an hour, Sheriff Weeks was Miami Meropoll..) i
was board t the boat '
public are cordially Invited I HU inajostfbecoming s physicians are visibly seated in the smoker, facing his pri- The only important occurrence I. !
or her
.\ woman y led at the top
a.' to good are promised. if ore anxious. The fever oacr. ';ash a *ev feet in front of him. the circuit court ti8 morning was i
sermons\ voice for the esident to abandon I I
tN. IIUUt'f la attending the j I!I which has asted ten days seems to Suddenly the egro rose and made the denying by Ju4ge Jones of tW t
a.1" I IIntral the trip Hurl5 said toda).
In Boston and I nave exhausted the wonderfully for the open door of the coach jumped motion for a new trial In the erase
ronr'r'nc1 Hurst t secret service men
114 "IDI will lill) his pulpit In his noticed that Pr ident Roosevelt wu I trained syb .em of the monarch an l and was lost in the darkness. Mr.Weeks of the State vs. W' M. Mean eon i

I ...". the symptoms of inflammation of the left tha train at Orange Park victed of murder In the first dcgr*
1 nervous therea r. A day or so i
\ -- lungs are ; rowing. Five times dur- and proceeded Jin search of the negro. at the last term of (:court but recommended
] .. anncncement was made
liaptVa t. later the
ing the co; rse of today his majestyremained He found whare he had struck the I to the mercy of the court .

It.,. 5&M.. \ )boIdt. of Jackson- of the S S'nslr of Pilot Nichols of for half an hour In a state ground and followed his tracks toward thus saving his life, and the sealant I

till. a Rifted oratpr and a splendid: the Fred nart-e for "rt''I(>ss of almost complete apathy while at Jackso,\ville. Just north of ing of the prisoner to the Ute peak-
preacher. will fill 'the Baptist pulpit vlgatton. 11 : other timoJ he was in a state of som- McGirts creek a light was discovered tentiary for life. Immediately following

IIt.ciA In of the pastor I --- -- nolence. ,' at a turpenti jie camp. Mr. Weeks the denial o{ the motion foe

.'o It In PelhamGa., holding ..I ))1'0"lu'tl1u t.Hiu'r.. Depressipn has taken bold of his secured the ; ssistance of the tur- a new trial, attorney for the defendant

8..tIDr Rev. 11/mbelct will have (MiamfI Metropolis. ) i I majesty's entourage and he is watched pentine operator; living nearby and served notice ol{ exceptions, and !

to good sermons for 'ms congrega- The body of white man believedl with thf greatest anxiety. together they tvalked up on a gang of were granted ninety days In whlci

lloaa and every body is cordially In- to be one liarr lJ1bergCr, of Scranton -- -- -- negroes arouiid the fire who were to prepare and file their bill Mean

rtt.d to these- aer\\ct's. I I'a.. and ptut thlrt-five years :MAUItlKIl illS iH.\XH\I.\: quite busy bartering away at the was then arraigned/and// sentence a*

-11ethuali.t. Who Wn handcuffs of escaped negro. The follows pronounced him.
It'tlufli"t.[ of age was f and floating In the Young, Pretty and Kicti t\e ;upon

Itrv. Howard D till, the pastor, north fork e Ricer at Fort and flc heed Her Bt'oid\'S. negro again wand s taken into custody, "It is* the sentence of the law nil

,- will preach at hot| hours tomorrow. Lauderdale Oft Sunda)', The body Chicagd. Oct. 9.-A dispatch to the jesterdaylanded orning Sheriff Weeks the judgment of the court that YOU,
him in jail. Upon examination W. M. Mears be confined In the State
lie will return th s afternoon from was found Mif.A. ISnow who Record-Herald from San Franciscosays

South Florida wh re he has been Cured assts nae and carried the : I I the negr was found to have penitentiary for tjie term of jour

holding his Lauderdale where Tom Hugh of X. sustained no rious injuries from natural life." |
a meetini and wishes corpse to Fo Allison Manlius
f membership to meet him tomorrow it was intern' after being viewed bra : Y.. wbo Carried bis grandmother is the leap off th train, simply a good Mears was convicted circumstantially -

i with a large aterranee.I coroner's The jury bas not hery on kis honeymoon.My shake-up ands(bne bruises. The negro of murdering a negro named
jP"1 / has confess that he is the manw Smith, and weighting his In tb-
I Sunday school ai the usual hour. yet rendered a erdict. Millberger: gj-andfatheri Dr. Buffuni. of I body

I There will be g ood music at the was practical stranger at Fort ochest w:4 a p4i>pery old fel- : o broke into tVe stores at Middle- bottom of Clear Lake, near KestPaim

p Methodist church tomorrow, bOlt I Lauderdale a it Is believed be committed (ow," said i ha/ "Firit he disinherited burg Tuesday niuht.CiaY 1 Beach the crime: being
nk... At the i orning service the sulci he had been act- sire beause,y site married a -- -- -- mitted early In the spring. tom'j'j
I boa-I ('Ol'XT01.0..; DRY. i
choir will sing a Beautiful Anthem.Humphreys. ing strange) fo several days pr- ber. Th -/1e'f 4gIhis sole heir. i 1

'_ also a solo by Mr$. At sinus to hi dl' pearance. lie IgI decided/to marry although he wasp I I CLEVELAND__TAKES_ A TRIP '

s t the evening hour iss Rte Porter will I described a ein about 5,9 feet In I tfT O, lo keep me from inheriting' I!) u Very slim Majority of Hovrn J Former 1'n'itl'Dtble_to Go to New

i lag. Also other special music will I height w1 t a t 175 pounds ant his et>tatL 'oft "f eI.

fc* rendered by th choir. Everybody wore a Sabi mus che. The pt'0)1 "1 didiK know it, but the girl he Green Co\J Springs, Oct. 10.=The i, I.; J.. Oct. 10. -For the 0
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Invited to attend. I of Fort La erdal solicit information picked 01 t was my sweetheart only total vote poted in.blay county Tuesday 'I j first time since nla reoent illness for-

I about ceased t 117 years {of age. She decided to was :65[for dBy X 4 254 for wet, I mer President Grove/ Cleveland was

.::1,1-01 Omrch. I j accept tJ save the estate for me. giving the dps ar majority of 11 j today able to go to JJeX York cltfc ci

!' ,' n.reIII be egular services at A. L. M tendon nd Geo. She: I That was nearly six years ago. He votes. The Vi>K n men tlp ten to> The purpose ol Mr/ Cleyeland'i visit '_
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i t tae Episcopal hurch tomorrow .. wood empl 'ees of t e Democrat 0- I 1 died a year ago and the young wo- contest the electlojixWltthus far nol : is supposed toVb/ private business.

K>ralng service a| eleven o'clock. lice, are I ackson\"i e today to see o man whom I called grandmother became artic'ilar zy Sotf Kt ye been an He will return to Princeton tomorrow -

; ; Sunday school J t ten o'clock a. m. Buffalo B' 's wild wet show. my .." nounced. I afternoon.

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> 1ON GROWEIW. at Valdosta. The chairman of the 4H8HHII1I. IHill 11 MrM J" :
is J.V.. Hatcher. Lake City.Fla. : > 1111II
former : ,
In' Evidence .Atlanta. > .; the latter. J. O. Varnadoe. i ill i- .

[{ration and Secured Substantial Valdosta, Ga. 6. The warehouse : ,t tII
places.In :
Pewits.S are located at the following :
Florida-Jasper. Lake Butler ;
!- recent International conven- Lake I
Live Oak. Alachua Macclenny.
Atlanta of the cotton spinners Madi- it
City, Hawthorne Sanderson
rpe and America: and the cot- scn and Mayo. In GeorgtaVal- LIVEOAKII
era of the South there was aitlon dosta Waycross and Statesboro. 7,
from Florida
present The sales committee of the Sea It-
lag the Sea Island cotton land Cotton Growers' Association is: I
en of ibis section. They secured J. W. Hatcher. Lake Ctj.: Fla. C'i;
Iw. representatives on the perma- Fla. M L. McKinney i
H. Brown, Live Oak ;
i ,gtet eiecutlve committee appointedtot Fla. D. H. I
Lake Butler ;
fMtarc work and the following is Rowe"iIacc1fnny, Fla.; J. R. wn-I II !II
tb*official report of their proceedingsm liams, Alachua. Fla.; W. H. H, Mc- PUBLISHING
j&t to the convention:, Leod. Jasper, Fla.; Theodore Randall ; <
Sea Island cot-
A tweeting of the :Madison Fla.; J. O. Varnadoe
tea grower was held with the Sea Valdosta. Ga.; T. M. Hendrix, Alton '' ,. :
Island pinaers at Atlanta October H i
Fla.; R. Simmons, Statesboro, Ga.:
!. View President J. B. Williams o?, i
Ga J. S.
j. A Jordan Waycroas. :
the Sea Island Cotton Association, i Roberts, :Nichols Ga.; J. W. Hatcher,
w. made chairman of the Chairman: of committee; T. J. Ap-
and K C. Schell, secretary., Mr. T. J.j committee II COMPANY
kolatlonsWhereas.Apple yard; orerpcthe 1," following, r adopted.pleyard.The report secretary of the committee WAS I i 1 1

The Seat Island cotton '
.T WILLIAMS. Chairman. -- .. -- -
growers" of Florida and. Georgia .', G. SCHKLL. Secretary IiI' :
dtrre to come Into ' relations -
with the spinners of the world, I

*od desire Information as to the preparation PILES CURED AT HOME BY II
and sale of their II
5 products, therefore < NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. i" I 11 ''' ",',,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1''''''' ''''''''''''''''...."..." 1= I
If you suffer from bleeding Itching ft" ,
t* ''De It, Resolved, That t 'buyers
and users oTSea Island cottwf be requested blind or protruding Piles Beul
I t I Book News and Commercial
to confer by correspondenceor me your address, and I will tell you II ,

otherwise with. the Bales rcomnilt- how to cure yourself at home by the

tee of the Sea Island Cotton Growers' new absorption treatment, and will II I
Association of Florida and Georgia, PRINTERS i 'j
also send same of this home treat- HI gG.i
for the purpose f' establishing ,
ment free for trial with reft ren(' '- i
grades, prices and any! correction as t t"

to methods of packing. from your retie own! locality and permanent if requirMimmediate r..u* : : ....." ..,." ;:,,' '" "in """''''''''''''''''"..,,'''''''',.'' '" ",,''''''''::-; !.!
Resolved, That the" secretary olUe "
assured. S-nl no money, but tt',1 1 (ill :
c Sea Island Cotton Growera'5- II
others of this offer Write today to I
sociation of Florida and Georgia ba ,
Mrs. M. Summers Box P. South ,i1
Instructed to immediately transmitto ; :
Bend Ind.
the secretary of the international I i+it I *1

conference of .cotton a list of growers the locatio.ts'nd an1rca'nnfacturers. Itt! VTO job is too large and none too small for J

warehouses sales committees In the Sea,of Island the various'cotton. :i'' :i1! -A. N us to handle' and everything in the

district of the states named.* ii i Printing Line come easily within our, limit.
If types and samples of" the present -| + + .
year's crop, are desired' ., those I' !,: : +
Interested can communicate with the AA AAt + +

sales committee. J j I ii t 0 DR stock of Bon i|, Linen and Rag Papers j
\-.An Interesting discussion ensued i iI i i

I -( Thomas participated of Rockdale In by Mr., England James; Vu M. \,I !i i +i is one of the largest carried in Florida,

ham Howarth. ,Dolton. Lancashire ''I il + and with well eqiipped modern Printing
England, and )Ir. McAllister, on the |t

part of the spinners, and Mr. C. II. ;: it Plant, new type, and: artistic printers, we
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Brown of Live Oak. Mr. J. W. Hatcher -

of Lake City Fla., and others and \i i it can furnish you with, Stationery as cheap as
the resolutions were adopted. The : tq OiAI

chairman appointed! the. following I I i and prompt as any establishment in the
committee to set forth in detttil the i

wishes of the cotton growers: n reference t t' South A trial will Convince. Samples and
to marketing their produc; j I i
J. W Hatcher Lake City Fla.: T :%1 ''Estimates Furnished{ Application. II

J, Appleyard, Lake City. )Fla.; C H I
Brown Live Oak, Fla,;; C, F. Barber, I j f. \
Fla. T\Ii1IIendrix.
Macclenny ; Al-
too/ Fla.; D.. A.. J rdafl* ,-.Waycross.Ga. iiII '
.; 0. L.'Mizell, Dukes.-Fla. 'kro.uup
This committee c ttred 'and presented -
the followlng'report: ,I :; ''i ,,,,, N/NNWNN 'NN.IIIIII.IINN,11 IN==N= I-=
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"The committee appointed"by the

Joint committee of spinners of Sea]j 1 l::11 We Make a Specialty' of Mail I i

,staple Island, respectfully cotton and report growers the of follow the-'{I Red RocKGinger i I z; ftt

ing &I, Is their opinion, the savirgttY I i Ale I :- Order Business -:- I
the buyer in dealing direct with th ,.. 1 ,
'. grower through the present system: I :: __._ IINININI.INIIIN/NNIIIN/M, : .E. Iit
of warehouses: "I. The eliminationof I N/I III/INMMN N .N NN MN
ell speculation, towitlite various i i preeminentamong
handlers or buyers commission ml""o< j i nonalcoholic -
(chants exporters and, importer, I' 1 i beverages. III IIIIII
I It has the highest it
sampling etc. % The. saTing. In '\:- '
pease, such as several times sampling -I I purity and most su- :
insurance and storage charge-. I iC perior quality pos-
60 per cent alone) in the various sible drink to it marvelously Asa LIVE1\ OAK II IIIii

warehouses under present system of': tfHcicnt in tbl'n'liel! and ,
telling transportation.chargs, dra : and prevention of indigestion
never causes constipation.
;ge. etc. 3. The usnaF cbarges ot .

commission of Z\'s per cent to the'j I l be Cheap had, imitations my !: : PUBLISHINGCOMPANY Ii
bat Ii
grower and the fee to the broke- : none ar.1 as
: rich m th : f.icgt'rfla, : :
4. The growers of Sea Island ttll'l ro:,al sparkle and beneficial -
are In a position to make a dim: r i effect as Red RocK. -
price to the spinner, through tLetrl;! Sold every*here.larpeorn
warehouse sales committee, who are bottle or 5c glass from bottle I flit V i1l/

bankers, farmers and men of mean- i! The Red Rock Co. I,li1: : :

and are held responsible for grading Jacksonville, Fla. Iii i; ; ii' :
weights, etc The corresponding.; 'I
committee of this sales committee is

! composed of J. R. Williams AlachnaFal. LIVE OAK
i ., J. C. She:1eld, Lake City Fla. FLORIDA ;
l C. H. prawn Lire Oak. Fla.. to''
f whom all correspondence should be '', KBSSCfiCKJS
addressed. 5. The central *ware- ] i I

house of Florida .is at Lake City, and 1 ++t I
t M in.
the central warehouse for Georgia la I n limn nm > nT _
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()OIUH.VANCE. CTH twenty-five ( $25) dollars; dealers toy! ject to be paid or remitted upon Each local agent of insurance com reLpoUB: books onlf shall: -.n ":;0-

Ordinance Imposing 1JCt"ltoe. and furniture sold on Instalment under I drafts checks or orders or wherem pany, or associations, firm or individual quired to pay a license tax. :
\ Hlh", Taxes Providing for tbe contract for nrn-paymetjt thereof, ney is advanced or loaned on ; d tog business in the C t11; Traveling dealers without1who <
| nirnt Thereof, and describingIVnalticH five ( $5) dollars; provided this shall I stocks, bonds bullion bills of ex- of Live Oak Fl rida, including cor-i shall bargain r sell anj
'af for Doing IusinesVitIi- not apply to persons tajed as mer- cvange or promissory note or receiv-i i poratlona or associations engaged iu wares. or merchandise for c .

uul a Licence, or Other Failure toOmtj'ly chants; dealers In gisoline or I ed for discount or for sale, shall be the business of insuring against fire, j otherwise, br sample ota an
With the Provisions There naphtha at wholesale fie ($5) dol- regarded; as a bank or bankers and !; indemnity accidents: to persons, actIng manner, for present or tutor
lars; dealers In automoliles auto- subject as such n the provisions of as surety upon bonds, guaranteeing I very to any rson wbatsoev
of. motors other horseles this ordinance. '! himself agent '' agents. tot
tie it rrdalned by the Mayor and or fidelity of employees and InsurIn; or
'.t Council of the City of Live Oak, twelve dollars and fifty cents! Lenders of money, either persons. I! empoyer3 against liability for accident after to deliver and collect
) ( 12.50; dealers in firms corporations associations or'': t'. employees, and life Insur- : except a licensed dealer. '
t- lorida: 1. That firm or lubricating oils, at wholesale, twelve I their agents, not taxed as bankt'rs.1 i ace companies: shall pay to the City; deemed a peddler _
Section no .
I person
, shall In, manage dollars and fifty cents f 12.50), for doing the business of lending or as 1vancint of Live Oak a license; tax of two ance. This ordinance'"g fncl dt
e corporation conduct business engage, profession each place of business; proprietor; or ; m ney for which interest Inspection !- ,, dollars and fifty cents ( $2.59). i peddlers of clocks, storfei ; ranges ..
A or any mentioned in this proprietors of each gauge for keeping fees or other remuenration I i Each traveling agent' or solicitor of j! sewing machine sgeuts,:whether ..0..
ordlBiwf or within the City of Live automobiles, five $5) dollars; is charged in excess of ten per cent I any insurance company as described Ing by, sample or p& future delirei4'
Dak. Florida, unless a City License dealers in junks twet<.'-five ($25) per annum secured by mortgage I, in the preceding section, doing business or otherwise: pr vided,;ttat perm;
.I all Lave been first procured fromh dollars; dealers In margartne or bill of sale, power of attorney ori I i in the City of Live Oili, shall ent or locally established ,
Tm Collector of the city, which butterine. wholesale handling ori- then legal transfer of personal pay a license tax d twelve dollars and be exempt from the provisions 1iJ!tWsv
std license shall be issued to each ginal packages cnly, $n ( $10) dol- perty as security for any such p-o-I I fifty cents ($12.50). section. '
lars. or advances Each Traveling dealers going from place
; or any person, insurance adjuster whether .
poor ICN1. firm or corporation hereinafter on provided receipt Dealers In pistols )owle knives, .corporation or association doing the resident or non-resideat, who bas not to place selling go' ds. Tares w .

of mgetber tb. amount with the City Clerk's fee oft sling shots or brass krfckles, Spring business e-f securing such leans or I I I paid a licence ai agent, or traveling merchandise of all descriptions 8haL! .. I
for license field rifles repealing.rifies or dirk advances for borrowers upon such agent. who adjusts insurance losses pay to the City Of Live Oak a license
-.ty-five him cents and said every license shall knives, twenty-five $25) dollars; securities and charging such borrowers I in this city, shall pay a license tax j tax of twenty-five (U:4 l1ara.anJ. ;
iwuied by
Tax Collector and provided said pistols Springfield or : commission. Inspection or other of five ( $5) dollars. It shall bf*" .13wf\lr } ...'sucl| p'efson'
!IM signed by the other repeating rifles bowie knives, fee for their services Contractors for to"a..eU '
the seal of the shall pay a the erection of ors ajer, \ell oriattempt
and shall have I
Mayor of, Live Oak thereon. Every dirk knives, bras knrkles and slingshots license tax to the city of one hundred I buildings rr other work ten ($10)dollars. ) unddtn4 e1s rte of the licend'ots.anybEbarlne .
City the singular number shall not be s'.1 to minors. ( $100) dollars for each place of bust ed.d.Q.a.ler.' storekeep 1s
word importing extend to and embrace the Every violation of tip Section shall I Job printing! olces. running by'': er oc jhpsiat!**:.-...' "
'inly, may and word im- be punished by a fin( of not exceeding ness.Every person, firm or corporation< power, two dollars and fifty cents: '! Tttmjng stamp"firms, persons .or
plural number, number every be one hundred doiirs, or by Im- regularly enraged in the business of ( $2.50) ; steam laundries, five ($5) corporations knwn as trading stamp
;.rting the plural limited to the singular may prisonment not exce iins sixty days, lending money in said city, and not dollars; Chinese laundries, flve ( $:n companies, shall pay to the ,City a
applied and rd importingthe nr by both such fine {land imprisonment taxed as bankers shall pay a license dollars: livery. feed or sale stables license tax of five hundred ($500) ,.
number, and every w be at the discretiti of the Major. tax of twenty-five ( $25) dollars. keeping for hire feed or public use, dollar Merchants*, using trading, .
masculine gender only females may ex-as Dealers in secondhand clothing, For each public carriage, back and not more than five horses and mules, stampQ'al1 pay to tee City a license 1
traded and applied Whenever to the wordoath" for each place of busess. twelve dollars dray Charging for transportation not two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) ;; fax' of one'hundred, and tweqty-DYe\
well as males. and fifty rentsi( $1.51)) pro- operated: by keepers <'f livery stables more than five and less than ten ($125) dollars for .each place 'c-
in this Ordinance, it
Is used vided that merchant paying a regular using single team, two dollars and horse and mules three dollars and .business where.they'use such stamps.
may be held ti mean affirmation heldto license shall nojbe required to fifty cents ($.5.50) and using double seventy-five cen's ( $3.75) ; more Any person, firm or corporation
and the word "swear" shall be par this license; dears| in secondhand team the sum of five ( $5): dollars. than' ten and less than twenty horses furnishing lights either gas-or elect-,
Include affirm. be Issued bo-.ts and sho>% five ( $5) dollars Every band or troup or aggregation, and mules, six dollars and twenty- ric, 'Yrlng a capital of $2SO: Od or :
t Sfc. 2. No license for each place d business; each or other traveling or wandering or five cent ( $6.25); ; more than twenty more )ball pay a license tax 6f Jsev.five
for more than one year, and all dentist, permanent? located five i nomadic people who shall camp pitch and less than twentv-five horses and I ($75) dollars: $100,000,'.f{
1 licenses shall expire r n the first day ( $5) dollars; each raveling dentist, their tents, st"p and engage in business mules tea $10) dollars: more than or and less than $%$0.000., .-'
1 of October of each year but fractional ; five ( $5) dollars; covers selling at I of telling\ fortunes trading; 'wenty-five horse* and mules, twenty fifUl'tpJ' &) dollars; less than 4100.-
licence, except as hereinafter pro- auction or otherwlsj five ( $5) dol- I horses. ddling, trading or other occupation ($201 dollars. more than $50,000, ,thirty-
J tided, may be issued to expire on that lars; dealers in clerical machinery in the City of Live Oak lunch stands IT eating houses at seven dollars and fifty cents
j day at a proportionate rate.It or appliances for p"'fit, five ($5) I shall pay a licence tax to the city of railroad: depots seven dollars and ( $$37.50) us.OOO'to $30.000 I
licenses may be transferred, with the I I dollars for each pace of business: one hundred ( $100) dollars. Any; Mfty cents ( $7.50). ,twenty-five ($25) dollars; $10,000 )
1 approval of the Major, with the business I leach lawyer, five (1) dollars; green pers n violating the provisions of this Machine and repair shops, for 'to $2o,000 tea $10) dollars; lessUin t
J a f> r which they were taken out. growers and dealej in fresh fruits I paragraph shall, upon conviction be public use, five ( $3); dollars. 310,000. five ($5) 4oHars.
1 when there is a bona fide sale and and nuts not mertants OLe dollar fined not more than two hundred Lung testers, striking machines er"Jjlgd" further that-any individual,
j transfer of the property issued andemployed and fifty cents ( $1,0) for each place I ( $200) dollars, or imprisoned not weighing machines, phonographs,, j company, firm'or corporation fnrnlsbng .
stock in
in the business as I lof business: hvpnost, professional. longer: than three months, or both graphophones, music boxes, chewing I j gas or electricity to Its customers
trade; but such transferred license fifty ( $50): dollar;; hawkers and fined and imprisoned, at the discretion gum stands automatic penny-in-the-1! and making- a charge by meter and "
shall be held to be good_only.for the street vendors of pdicine, drugs or I of the Mayor. slo machine when operated fnr pro-|t who shall make a minimum charge .
length of time for which it was''I pa'ent medicines tty ( $50) dollars I Barber shops, running one chair fit. two dollars and fifty cents (2.50 i without reference t6tEe' meter,' shall'
originally taken out; provided, that for each day the}attempt to sell; tws ( $2) dollars; for each additional each. i I r.y a license tax of fifty (50) per:'
surrendered I
the original license shall beef and meat nrkets and fish cha'r. fifty cents; billiard or pool Managers of merry-go-rounds,, more than above set out; prosvied
to and filed with the City Clerkat markets shall cad pay a license of I 'able kept for profit, seven dollar; twelve dollars and fifty cents however, the above provisionshall -
the time application for transferis twenty-five ( $2 5)Jollars. land fifty cents ($7.50) for each ( $12.50)'; planing mills and novelty not apply to' companies or .in-
made and such transfer after be- Merchants, stonkeepers and drug- I table. works, seven dollars and'fifty cents .dividuals:) furnish meters without '
ing approved shall be of the same gists for each on; thousand dollars, : Boarding houses lodging houses or $7.50) ; planing mill including dry cost to places of business and. resi-
force and effect as the original or fraction of o; thousand dollarsof I h tels having accommodation for kiln not connected with saw mill, five dences. = "
license. stock of meroindise'one dollar three hundred or more lodgers or ( $5) dollars. See. 5. That all confirmed cripples -
Sec. 3. All licenses shall be pay- and fifty cents ( $50) for each place I boarders, shall par a license tax of Restaurants and public eating physically; incapable of maatral
able on or before the first day of "f business: anjmerch-ant keeping one hundred ($100) dollars; two sal" ons, having accommodations for labor shall be allowed,t oped die without ,
October of each year, and no license I sewing machines stock for sale in !undred to three hundred lodgers orb seating twenty-five or more persons, paying a license; using their own
hall be issued for any fractional por- 'the same mann as other merchandise i arders .seventy-five ( $75) dollars;; twelve dollars and ftfty cents capital only, not In excess. of. flva
tion of a year, except that any license shall tit be taxed as sewing one hundred to two hundred lodgers (12.50) ; less than twenty-five. per- hundred d'-Ilars; provided such cripples .
not otherwise specified In this Ordin- machine ag ance, may be issued after the first Mental healer or all persons I eventy-flve to one hundred lodgers Saw mills, including planing mills County. Florida; and provided further ',
day of April to expire October first, claiming to healy absent treatment, i or boarders twentht$25) d..1- or dry kilns, with daily output often such exemption'shall be allowed
upon payment of one-half the amount one hundred ( $10) dollars: provided ION; fifty to seventv-five lodgers orb thousand feet, or less, two dollars I only upon the certificate rf some vex,
fixed as the price of such license for that nothinsn this clause shall arders. twelve dollars and fifty and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; more than I putafele physician of the disability7herela

one joar.Sec. be construed aiaffectlng the mem- [ cents ( $12.50); twenty-five to fifty ten thousand and less than twenty-; named. ;# .
4. That the following bers rf any Ckstlan denominationwho [I lodgers or boarders, seven dollars five thousand feet, five ( $5) dollars; See. 6. That each railroad company -
enumerated individual license taxes pray for thfecovery of the sick; and fiftey cents ( $7.50) ; fifteen to more than twenty-five thouand and I whose tracks extend into or
shall be paid to the City of Live Oak each oculist, jrnanentlv: located twenty-five lodgers or boarders, five less than fifty thouand feet, ten through the cori>prat '
by the persons engaged in. managing five ( $5) dolla each oculist, travel- ( $5) dollars; ten to fifteen lodgers ($10) dollars; more than fifty thou-. Oak, shall pay a license tax of
or transacting the several occupations I inc. seven doll and fifty cents "'r boarders two dollars and fifty sand feet fifteen ( $15) dollars. seventy-five ( $75) dollars.
businesses or professions ( $7.50) ; provitd he has no licenseas : cents ( $2.50) ; accommodation for Shingle mills, whether connectedwith Sec 7. It shall be the duty of the
named, to-wit: provided 1 State law: each lodgers shall be construed to mean saw mills or not, having dally City Tax Collector, before Issuing a
Schedule ".\." I optician permientlv l.caft"d. two the number of beds habitually kept capacity of twenty-five thousand license, based on a property valuation -
Auctioneers five dollars $5); .' dollars and fifjcents ( $2.50) ; each for such lodgers and not the number shingles cr more twelve dollars and or capital stock capacity of production
each individual conducting the business ontician travrfg. seven dollars and of r oms contained In the house. fifty cents ( $12.50); less than cr other contingency, to
of abstracting titles seven dol- fifty cents ( $7p; ) : each osteopath, Boller and machine shops ani twenty-five thousand shingles per require the party applying for saidUctase
lars and fifty cents ( $7.50):>> ; agentsor five ($5) dolts; pawnbrokers for foundries' connected, seven dollars day two dollars and fifty cents' to file under oath duly
agencies for the purpose of soliciting ach place ot>uslness, fifty ( $50) and fifty cents ( $7.50) ; bottling ( $2.50). ,authenticated a statement of the'
orders for or making sales, exchanges dollars; paddts and hawkers of works and todawater factories, tent Owners or managers of shooting value of the property or amount of ;
or deliveries of or performing merchandise otherwise enumerated $10) do'.lar.s: ; brick yards or fact galleries, two dollars and fifty cents the capital stock or capacity of pro-
any other service relating to or specificall/herein fifty ($50) ries. five ( $5) dollars; building ( $2.50) daction which statement under oath

connected with any of the persons dollars; pedds of stoves and ranges and loan associat'ons. foreign: two Shows or circuses exhibiting or shall be attached to the monthly ref
articles commodities or transactions and clocks opither: or any of them hundred and fifty ( $250) dollar; giving! a performance within tents, port of licenses made by the Tax Collector
named below to-wit: sold from wt'ns, twenty-five ( $25) building and loan associations local wte'her covered ',r uncovered with A'failure on the part of the
Agents for bicycles five ( $5) dol- dollars eac' iano tuner one dollir' ;where dollars sad fiftej r."-ts or without horses, twenty-five ($25) I Tax e-)11Ctbl. torequire and attach

lars; agents for typewriters five and fifty; ce| ( $1.50) ; each photographer (( $1250: ; carriage and wagon! fac- 'o'lars.; dog er pony shows, charging I It"'entthe said oath "aforesaid, shall be cause
( $5) dollars; agents for building and peianently located two tries. including repairing, one dol- cents or less admssi! .n for suspension from park
loan associations local five ( $5) ,and ty cents ( $2.50) ; each 'nr awl fifty rents ( $1.501 ; carriageenositories. :.- : ':-:'n;; no "'T'er aalmal' and glv'n See $. Any person or person
dollars; agents for building and loan : Itinerant five ( $51 not connected with fac- :; no other kind of performance, firm -corporaU' 'm, or association,
associations, foreign one hundred photographs selling any patent !ories. five ( $3: > dollars: ; cold storage five ( $5): dollars, charging more than I hat shall. carry 0:1 or conduct any
($100) dollars; agents flr claims dollars; eacperson right to sell patent plants not connected with ice tweity-five cent admission fifteen. b sinew, occupation or profession forrh'eh
\ and collections, not taxed as bankersor rights.right twet cany d'.liars and fifty cents ftrtoriefor pr .fit five ( $5) dollars. ( fl*) dollars. a license is required by this
lawyers five ft 5) dollars; agentsfor Concert halls, pleasure parks or Skating rln .s. b'cycle.: rinks. or ordinance without first obtaining
clothiers or dealers, not taxed as $12.50).sG't doctor or dentist, or roof gardens, dance balls\ where fowling alley, five ( $3) dollArs; 9ueh 'lltense. shall except in aueh.
merchants five ( $5) dollars! : agents Every tender of any drug \arlfv performances, musical or street shows, performance or cases as are otherwise provided by
for monuments and tomb-at1 any Itineral of any kind intended -..i-evwi; are given, or where fe- carnivals, for each tent or other ordinance, upon conviction by the
local two dollars and fifty centsn.50) ointment fork ojppliance treatment vf any disease !nsler are employed as waiters, Mructure and for each day, twrndol- 'Mayor, be punished by a ine of not
; agents for monuments and lf rmltjr by any t w nt-th/l ( $25): dollars. tars and fifty cents $2.50)) ; aU small more than five hundred dollars, Of
tomb-stones, traveling seven dollars or Infy or manipulation or Electric' p-wer plants companies, shows other than circuses theatricalor imprisonment not more than ataety
and fifty cents (17.50) ; each agentor drug nos'pi or shall pay a licensetax frir.H or corporations with capital! vaudeville given; under a tent, two days ,or by both such fine sad Irarisonment I
member of agencies for real estate other expnt. ( $25) dollars. .;tock of two hundred thousand dollars dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50). in the discretion of. the ']
including renting and rent collecting, of twey-five not embalmers or m re. one hundred dollars.I Soda water or mineral water fountain Mayor. .Tbe payment of all license ,
five ( $5) dollars; agents for safes, for Undertars and fifty cents "S1 than $200.000 and more than *, not connected with other business tax ma'be enforced by the s'tare! j I
safe or exchange twelve dollars and twelve Jars and embalmers $1".1\1\1). $30.: less than $100.000 five ( $5) dollars.Tefehone and sale of the property by the Col.{
fifty cents $12.50) ; agents for sew- ( $12.50) :Undertakers dollars and fifty a- d mor? than 50000. $25: : less than system, with 100 in- eet' r. It shall be the duty of the I
ing machines five ( $5) d llars; thiH'eyen watch makers andrt"palren $t-,;i.JaO; and more than i5,000., s'ruments or more owned by any ('eron i Tax Collector to report to the Mayor
steamboats cents ( $T 0) ; .'.50 than 25.000 and t or tom a all violations of the provisions of
agents for steamships or two dollars and S1 ; less more !! rm, corporal n ay
f j<-*(lry.
twelve dollars and fifty centsU1.50) hun $10,000.! $7.50. less than $10.- and oerad in said city for profit ordinance. The City Council shall t
vessels fifty cent U,50) that electric the of ; furnish to the Tax Collector
; agents for sailing or agents of rjrt! $2 75provided shall pay to city a
five ( $5):; dollars; analytical chemists, The following manager enumerated institutionTstablishment3. H ight plants furnishing both power six and ,,ne-quart cent (C'/Jc) for >b anVs neceesary to enable him to
five ( $5) dollars; persons firms or each of appliances i and lights shall be required to pay each instrument or 'phone Installed, carry out the provisions of this ordinance. -.
corporations operating amusement of onlv one lIceru.e.Exnrt'l'I provided such licence sha11't exceed ,
for the transaction I i Sec. $. That all ordinances and]
parks, with merry-go-rounds, roller and appsftu a-- companies doing business In total amount the sum of one hundred '
coasters, and other amusement places I' business] the entertainment for or profit. In the State of Florida and having an I $100) dollars. parts of ordinance in conflict with the '
of the public
and devices usually found therein commodpn license tax set opposite I II "fee in tIe City of Live Oik. shall Theater buildings!; fitted wjh scen- provisions of this ordinance be and'
twenty-five ( $25) dollars ;architects shall pajbe! city or "far a license tax of twenty-five forT and kept for theatrical and other the same are hereby repealed.
five ( $5) dollars; brokers dealing In I tlf; respective designations ( J2: : ) d'.liars. _Any express company I exhibitions: twenty-five ( $25) dollars Sec 10. That this ordinance
bonds and stock twelve dollars and definiliq In Schedule vlolat'ng the provisions of this : theatrical shows or traveling I ball become effective on and after ?
fifty cents ( $12.50): brokers deal- to-wU: i not I I ordinance and any person who knowingly players and minstrels other than the first day of October A. D. 1907.
'I steam
ing In futures, fifty ( $50) dollars; Bake$ other than merchants. one i acts as agent: for such company th'se taxed as circuses, for each performance Passed at regular meeting of the' ICity
brokers dealing in insurance five otherwijtaxed a; ; bak-I before it has paid the above licence seven dollar and fifty Council this 10th day of September

( $5) dollars; brokers dealing in land dollar i fifty cents otherwise( $1.50)taxed; a* I tax. shall upon convict!, n therefor cents (57.50) ; provided, that A. D. 1907. .,
and land options. five ( $5) dollars; :'merchaf' not > dollars; bootblacks before the Mayor of said! City be managers; of theaters or balls employng CIIAS. If. BROWN ;:
brokers dealing in merchandise, five fire ( $5 I I punished by a fine not more than one traveling troupes theatrical President of City Council
( $5) dollars chiropodists five ( $5) ; > dollar. ;' hundred dollars, or by imprisonment -ratJe or minstrel giving performances Attest: S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. \
; firms
dollars civil engineers five ( $5) dol- I Ran bankers persons for a period of nt more than three in buildings fitted up for each I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the j
lars; each; clairvoyant, palmist or brokerage a banking business with a I months or by both such fine and im- purpose shall be allowed to gife asr City; of Live Oak, Florida do hereby -
v jporated or not. certlfiy that the Ordinance -
fortune teller fifty ( $50) whether 'sonment at the discretion of the :any performances in such building foregoing
for pay thousand -
hundred ,
dollars commissioners of deeds of capital: s s' of five Va>or, Foundries! not connected with or beater as they wish on paymentof No.: 63 was regularly passed by
; hundred
other states two dollars and fifty doll or over one n.arhine shops fire ( $5) d" liar; a license tax to the city of tie City Council on the 10th day of
dollars. cold twentY-j September A. D. 1907, and the same,
cents immlssion merchants n-e factories, including storage five $25) dollars per
( $2.50)
; ti fiOrt II"U( and n't leban is hereby certified to the for
dealers in Less nlants connected therewith. and the provided that this section shall not i Mayor
five ( $5) dollars; $250.-
cash registers or cash carriers, ten : $M--10. $75: le$100.000.s $25; fight: to sell at wholesale and retail. apply to 1 cal amateur performances.1 his approval. I

($10) dollars; dealers in cigars or 000 an less than not less than with a capacity of ten tons per dayor Provided further that this section Witness my hand and the
tobacco, who pay no other license less tbaJl'tO.oO'J and $50.090and : less. five ( $5) dollars; tea to shall not appl/ to any hall owned or seal of' the said City this;
tax. two dollars and fifty cents | .00112 50 : less than 780. 'wcnty tons per day seven dollars { used by any _charitable or fraternal (Seal) 10th day of September. Tfc

($2.50) ; dealers In curios two dollars : n t,.; titan $ 'or other and fifty cents ($7.50) ; twenty tthlrtv > or anl1aUon. ." D. 1907. S. P. MATS ,
and fifty cents 2.50; dealersIn EveSm-or.iorated; tons per day, twelve dollars Traveling picture or book agents City Cler )
dynamite twenty-five ($25) dol- bank.* every person( business firm or where com- and fifty cents ($12.50) ; thirty to I doing business ia said city shall paya Examined and,approved by me thii

lars; dealers in fresh meats packed pany .ng a place for of the deposits or sixty tons per day, wenty-ve ($25) license tax of ($5) dollars; pro- 12th day of September, A, D. 190].

j or refrlgerarated at wholesale, whenowl' ewdlte opened sub dollars. ivided that agent he sale ofi 1. ,, J. B. JOHNSON. Mayor,
or currency, ,
< not connected with an Ice factory collef s ol money i : f ,


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r-y-f--s- s. isrR' -
story'comes from Tampa that s- EE't'
The ;
eta: should encourage their General Manager W. B. Denham Is t J : :j., r-i' 'I

vread the papers, that U.pers slated for promotion to theSosition, i I :
aa are fit for home read- of General Manager of the new At- J -,,-. .I
Birmingham. and Atlantic I
P1 ltpost of those in Florida ar?. lanta. ,
eiennine practical educators Railroad. TWa would homes where the ham out of F10rtdato, Atlanta and $ *
,;:yead them, there Ta always while we wool \a 1 rejclce at his Liberal, TreatmentAbsolute t

ihere of intelligence and a promotion, ''e woukl hate to lose him I
Iathe conversation not from our State/ His a native product :; 'Safety.Pitrons < > i

tea where this agency Is long ratified th the railroad -' '>

Th no' means do we re- development of Florida, and : y : I f

mlnate[ newspaper : rare personal qualities \nd hlll\\I :.

thq young, for, that has :success \f railroading have won him I ):

disadvantages for those a host.f friends who want to keep : of this bank speak I '. y
"years which should, him on his native heath.

avoided; but Bunder I, I t ill the highest 7ps'of f "
Direction the clean, The proposition,of President Jordan -,
of tanford C /varsity In California :
rspaper;carefully read, ,i. accomodatsf OTey- re- "
lo.Improve lne intelll ttfftt the h unman race would I 1
a de$ the mind of thesupple be vastly ?nefited if two-thirds of I 1' ceve here. '\:. : : : : *. 1

&valuable the people ere k lied off, depends i ...
1 i 1
rk the :hool. The largely for its >ui dness upon what
els ells f an experi- particular t"o-HUn s might be set: '-- ---- ys'ss
R s that pupilsnewspapers ected for the sa& ftce. But, after ;i
o at all perhaps It is accessary that we I
compared with those should have the full bodyof.raw material -: FIISI NATIONAL BANK i t

are better readers, bet- with all the *orttrtess element :

ammarians; bet- included. In order td evoNe-a decent

re'.Worely minority. A prodigious quantity of

; and obtain a pra'cge all sorts of stuff, gopd. bad and indifferent -
of geography In in our, forb ars must be : Live Oak, Florida.

e, time it requires drawn upon for th4 making o\a t.

certainly can't fully I superior human beingA _

grammar, spelling and .l-- t

.f-\ all of our Florida Manatee county! banker advances -

lat some of them are the remarkabl opiniop that '
i >--->-$ -t---.-a- -$-$-$-s1tu
Jn such matters the hard times{and stringency in the > t
rest of them should money market \ down /there result I --- VS ifc
educational agencies. from the visit f so inany people to

Sstitution'( is perfect, and the Jamestown.; Exposition, each one I DOWLINQ
,ter. not less than the of whom takes a c/rtaln amount of PARK
imes "falls down" un money out of thV Community which
and syntax. does'not return. |f that banker will : t-AY DOWN UPON THE SUWAKNEl BIKE'

push his theory A its logical limit,{
[Union quotes a, recentthe It will land him'IA an absurdity hej 1 Mineral Springs, Hotel and CottagesHOT

Democrat concern- probably would 't lW to be caughtin AND COl D BATH3NSURPASSED. QOOO TABLE. GOOD SED$. RUNNING
; suggested' by the company with The community WATER IN VERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH ANt

lagler in Florida, and that trades w th itserl alone and PHONE COHNECTIONS WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.ETCDArr0
keeps everyt ing at home for home KAICO r\CM urMADLt ACULF. co.SEC AT U Y EOAKIWITH ALL TRW N
!des of the' value of consumption will make itself a first- I

>communitr Is not how class objecf lesson in "shriveled local-i ADDRESS PARK TEL| DOWUING PARK. FLORIDA LIVE OAK

cumulated in the con- I -- ,
Tte' how ism"I II '
busi but
I H+ "I
alas o his income 1
It is unjust to the negrpes to say
developing a that all of them vote for the ,liquor
lin thousands of I |
1. std -. he a comfort traffic in,.t ese' prohibition contests ABraipNewStockofDrugs
Doubtless majority of them do. but
p tssfre happy
_ there is an e4nest, conscientious
age in feeding the
tha were largely thinking minority' pen of substanceand IN THE
character, ..who recognize In
lid ants before he '
whiskey the worst enemy of their
a sefnl citizen and NeAByrd Building i :
race. In doing race and who girt their votes against
Y the liquor traffics Of this element In j
omes a consplcu- + -J '
labile eye. This is Dade county where there Is to be a ON HOWARD\ STREET. Phone 220. '
prohibition eleftiin next week the
ilflsh demagogue.
Miami Metropolis says: j :
con-: "The majo ty t>f the negroes in A new m. The most carefully selected -

Dade county ire Influenced, controlled -
lack of qualities stoc Phone orders promptly filled.
etc., agatast p ohlblUon, though
riends and suc-
there a aumbeV of the better
iX,t the passions of class of ass their race, who are going to : : Prescriptions :=: Carefully :*: Compounded : :
s eager to pull!
help put whiskey out of the way. \

They know their own minds and interests \ .
up of two genphleves -
success I and will vote acordingly" I I.Compent Druggists. Fresh Drugs

In each his on I ,- i I We soffit your patronage. : : : : : : :

longing to the i lTItLL LAMB IUCKS. I ---- '

fttal or physical in-

mu h above the lilt This Simple. Helpful Recipe At line Crccnharmac \

islorn, or fall Home and Try It, Anyway.Get I

-prevented from from any ,prescription pharmacy -

eath through the following L/. Oak Florida.iilitlMHIIMIICl -e
agh devotion to Fluid Extract, Dandelion one-half!I

ink more worthy ounce; Compound Kargon. one ounce; ;
itioru But the Compound Syrup Sasaparilla three i MtMII M-ttfrMMIlin IIIMUCMThe

long those who ______
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tis t when he Shake well in a bottle, and take a ; '

j of JutaaaLake_ teaspoonful dosf after each meal and

\# \ i at bedtime. I Girman' Bakery
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'The above is considered by an em-

e inent authority ks the finest prescrip-I A BrN_ NEW INSTITUTION.
of ns a tion ever written to relieve Backache, .

;talkingoa Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and I| Bread Rot Pies and Cakes
_a mat.i all forms of Uri ary difficulties This!ii ,
Len cotrida. mixture acts promptly on the elimlna-
He tlve tissues of the Kidneys, enabling i I and all the priucts of a first-clas bakery.

::he them to filter an$ strain the uric acid 1 Fresh Everyday. Courteous treatment

thatfilket and other waste ; matter from the will beaccord l1. Your patronage solicited
for a blood which cause s Rheumatism. II

Sea Islandph Some persons yrho suffer with the E '
afflictions may not feel Inclined to!I
LJ5/ place much confi4ence in this sim-

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sa ter that tried It say ,the results are simply ______
t of the surprising, the;relief being effected -I o0oa00A 3430'ri.t>> 3 O J :- .:. .&3t+>>+?m'1

blfc to without the slightest injury to the I vi/e S.'L NOTHING' EXC' ;'I'
=a fearfulconvince stomach or other organs.
Mix some and give it a trial. It, |; Health an, Accident In rance.

i'of' the certainly comes hibihly recommended. : 4' Annual Sea foul.Quarterly or Monthly PraJu,

eat, to It is the prescription of an eminent I PITTS & MctWEN, General Agents, t\y E OAK, fLA.

'i3tatd.--- authority, whose entire reputation P. S.-We need a few re, good Agents in North Fida. tf,
is said was established by it. '
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LIVE OAK D.1ILY DE1IOCIt'T. S.\TrUU.U". OCTOBER 12. 1001. # '

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l .*54 eo. Butler's baby Isto I J. bee Ensign, president of the LOST Black stded, brown back I .

v ill.'LIVERY Live OaKvFerry & Gulf Railway, wasa heifer, 4 years old and red sided, I 2r8aie I '

promliyftil visitor to the city last white back opy marked under square j The Doctor

BOY d at The night. crop and 2 vmts. Any information |I
Emporium. of them plepfc send to Henry Jones,

EXer J. T, King, of Jacksonville R. F. DM Live O k. Suitable reward. We offer at a bargain, Knows

R. Jenkins, ot llborn. is aIn I came m jthe Seaboard this morning six room cottage with
Miss Cora Sperring came from
BT the city to ay. andrwiH be the guest of Tho up modern '
Dade City Sunday morning on a visitto .on --
Dowlinfe for tne next week
Keats, of Klsslmmj is register- her brother. J. \\ySperring.. and south Ohio avenue. Most

returned that evening. :Miss Sper- desirable residence:Section BETTER than anybody elsewhat .
l the Ethel today/ FO RE. !-Front space in store to do in illness.
house be location in town for shoe ring Is one of fivelak's most charm
I of the city. If you are
p ilea. of Pine Grove, is ala shop OP otherXlse. Address "B,** ing young ladies\admired by all who UC often knows how to prevent
contemplating purchasinga MC little troubles from
know her. At she is the efficient develop-
city today. this ( It present -
the o0ce
ing into serious affairs.
1 home in Live Oak
stenographer for Coleman & i i come
rie*'"is visiting RV* (l J W Has s M istingj, Ferguson of Dfde\City. and that firm i up to our office and let I | Ur does not have to guess and
if is Ii 11 L experiment-if he is a good
Wellborn a this sec ring her services.
this weely ty : us show this place. doctor business. *
you ] and knows his
morning., trad n e Democrat InvernessyChronitle. i iI \I I

Weherington, of Wellbofl!? a pleasan -- I IPC A tuerto s0*
k I Dr. Goldstein, the well known eye I Ij 11 J A LOTS
doctor and
the Ethel today.
d at
specialist of Tampa, has arrived in i your prescriptions here.
Mrs. W. W. Giles usurped home mw UlW CO.
our city and caA be consumed at the ,!
It. WJ&tt*. of the Pine Grove set- last evening from MadVsojr; where she Ohio Home unti\ Monday, Oct. 14. j* ,

VM here yesterday. had been for a week, visiting her t
Those who have Vealt or defectiveeyes ,
daughter Mrs. J. I. \ord. Lewin Building, Room 3. *" t
W'. hard of Dowling neurgalla orWadache. can get SuwanneeDrug tn
instant relief by Jus new method ':
Phone No. 44.
1s a &1Iyc'bl the Ethel today. See Butler Brothers' ad lV"today's f .
Have your chlldrenV eyes attended j
issue. This up-to-dat<3k clothing andgent's I fj ._ .
to before school. h
sendrng at (Eyes
of Dowlln
\Vdan. ;
fUby furnishing housXhas a fine I Company
examination Tree). Phone 13:. Error Corrected. ,
to a gs ftX the Ethel today. line of fall and wlntef surt for your I
DailV mocrat-Your local ad-I f
inspection. I Canty I I II 1
I>d C Grover settle- I The Suwannee Cotton i yertlsem t had an article yesteXay I 11 I I I I III 1 I 1 j II "

Du yea day trading. J. J. Corbett, of I thel Pile I Grove Growers Association met here yesterday I stating there was a hole pupxfted In I I (

neighborhood, was her re terday in after oon in reguly session. j I the oven oft GermanxQakery. I I Ii ---, I
tL Tecte t down to Mc- attendance at the Cottbrssociatlon Chas. H Bnown. who was the association's i i beg to advise thie\pubi<*c this was in I i. '

a short bnsl- meeting and look'uy after business I saecial repres/ntathe to error. The oven g j4 away from expansion THE BON TON,
::.ta I
. affairs I the Atlanta convention, made a talk and thaywas Ckye to the fact !
New line Vail skirts.
I before the association elating the the oven lay bi rain forSlwo weeks I New line latest shaped corsets.

lluab fyOm Genoa, was C. W Irvin. pr*siden of the Live II principal Item of buslne/s transacted with no top &nd being heaVd to its I New line silk lace, dress trimmings in

tory la town yester- I Oak Publishing CO 3Jl1' is on a few by the conven on and tfcld the members capacity Afore it had dried out. braid lace vands applique, dress

I days' business trip Vf South Florida ''I very concisely JU8 /what was accomplished I W. A. MUNLIN. BuilderaniouH :-.j.jI goods.

in {the way of an understanding -' Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets
In the interests of Alie publishing I I i

L tial.r, Lanler Station 'Ii company. I I between th / spinners and: Southern Woman Dead. : MRS. C. W. BACHE, .

t..t Isltor to the city yes- the growers toward J direct sale of I I Ars.
t"i i I I their cotton. Ko definite agreementwas Loui dUe, Ky., Oct. 9.: John i
D. 1<'. Toole. one of SU1'annee'sI C. Breckenrld e. wldoir'of Gen. John ,
made and thia of course, was I I ever discovered. Guaranteed by
progressive school teachers, came up C. Breckenrldgc < /time vice president -j
tfT1U3 aet of books to not expected, but th>re was an undt'r-1 I Barclay A. Groover drug store. 50c
this morning from Luraville and will of the United St ps and candi-i!
ewlaa.>/Add >i J "C." BOX standing bet eti Mr. Brown and one aid $1.00. Trial bottle free oct-dw
spend the day Injthe city looking Sate! for the ptradency ag Jpst President
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XSV ll-2t > of the principal*, spinners which, may
after business affairsE.
Unco r. died today in New York
lead to direct U' ding between some
city, acosding to a telegram received LhUAL NOTICE.
of the Grover nelgh- slid of the spinners in England and the
D. Cheshire G. M" Cheshire
Y trading In the city yes- cotton grower of this section. j I this evening. ; Notice is Jiereby given that I. W.H .
of Genoa tiose in the '
were anon I __
Camera/ the undersigned, will, on
Samples to he forwarded it
are and
city yesterday, the Cotton i Hard Times In Kansas. )
I lath ay of ore ber, A. D.
Growers meettng\Jd\ looking after prices and grade* are satisfactory a
JM* Biorkbttrn and son from business trial order Is /0 bl placed direct with I The old days of grasshoppers; an.i | 907.. at Ire F ride, apply to

Mifhborhood. were in matters I I the sales conmittiv of this organization. drouth are almost forgotten In the i i Hon, B. 1. 1 Judge fit.TGirdJudicial

sftetaooa. trading L OK--Friends and ./customers: The aadressV>f Mr. Brown was prosperous Kansas of today, a. C' cult o Florida, for

I am\?rr sorry, but owl g to the fact very Intert'/tinK to\the farmers and though a citizen of Codell. Earl ; an or ad y childJoseph

D t1o tenograph- that a\'ole was punched in top of many que' ions were asked and an- Shamburg has not yet forgotten a i' c my known as

Lottie in care of oven111 possible for swered b )Ir. Broftn the Joe a age 6 years and aboutthe I
my noybe )! covering; hard time be encountered He say: i j

1ud, UveOakBlbk..1w me to make\nr bread today. Hereafter details of,(tthe convention, and also "I was worn out and discouraged by ; six months, born January 18. 1901

the oven | 11 be watched andI I suggestions of the spinners to the coughing night and day, and ,could :, This Oct llth, 1907. i

brtdg resenting the do not' uppo. s v more dirty work growers :in the man er of packing find no relief till I tried Dr. Kings W. H. CAMERON -
1t the 8ta con here
as of that kin /will BW done. I will and shipping. Complete minutes of New Discovery It took less than one I ---
a< a r a \\hen hear anything that Is
county prisner
have brt'a /ready forV tomorrow I the meeting of the association will." bottle to completely cure me" The you

The Germ/ n Bakery. J. I bensteln, appear In )londa)'. daily and the safest and most reliable cough and : too good to be true it is time to
Of Qqlncyyfa in the city .
after thoWchase Propriety : Weekly Democrat cold cure and lung and throat heal- stand from under.
of stock
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1 e Tampa eye I BETTER 800DS FOR SAKE MOKEY. Emporium Store News. SAME 600DS FOR LESS MMLY- i

,=i ua co d at these ,

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FFIDAY OCTOBER 11, 1907. L. :.. IIAK\' RD, Prt'prIctor. PHONE: 159. FREE DELIVERY I

G Jeoki -- __ ___ ___ __.
was a visitor in ,
th ing, and advanced rad>-to-wear department, We are I ('(HU'OITSXU IlLANMTTS. N\e 'It not attempt to describe or
Dt1 to mocrat fortunate Indeed to secure these I quote prices, as it would consume a
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high-class garments in only ont i whole page but wish to call your
Suppose the weather this morning
of a style as they are usually I special attention to two styles, 50-
caused you to think of a good plac
a rominent farmer old in dozen lots inch black Kersey coats (plain with
to buy comforts and blankets. 1,
b in let us show you the new collar J. and trimmed without collar
settlement was We have a remarkable line of Cotton -
this brown and blue chiffon, panamas, j at $6.00 and $7.00. these are regular
o ing, trading and comforts at $1.25 to $2: .00. Ik wn
basine and voiles in exclusive designs $10.00 values.
affairs. i comforts $3.00 to J3,75. beautiful
I Attractire assortment of Mis- I Glad to bow you the line, buy or
II light and dark patterns
ties' skirts in all sizes. 32 to 3? I
i Enr i II Dot, as u moved his Cotton blankets, full size 73c to I i
tb.. at Pharmacy.rvky I j length prices J2: 50 to $5.00. We 'I| $2.50 a pair. .

will fifid I 1 guarantee to fit every garment 1 Wool blankets $5.00 and up. INDKIWHAK.:

iss. /. rt perfectly, free of cost : No doubt there will be a big demand -

| for these goods in the next few
i .. .\ change in the weather means ;achange
principal of the I IHOSIEHY. | days. So make your selections now. :
C BLACK CAT B.AJD i in underwear We have a
kbool. came In this .: and get the best quality and price*. I

stn Tilt la the city Cool weather has caused a rush j i Our present stock was bought last Infanta.I!I

', summer before the advance. On all!I
for children's stockings.
will have to1 i'i fall line for ladies children andd in-
--- i Why not buy "Black Cat" hose i : our later shipments we :
tie returned this J and not buy so often We have'I pay the advanced prices s i i I 1 pant. $1.V); wool veils and panU.

'w rkston S. C.. I Ittaltlnl a full line of 15c and 25c num- --- $I.25ool union suits. $1.25.

14 relate II bers for ladies' and children. CLOXK DFPlltTMKVT. Cotton ribbed, and fl fce lined. 50e.

..eeks.tov Specialty good line of child-
i i i Lighter; weight cotton garments 25c
1 1I ren's school stockings at lOc and Business has opened up in fine !I
the season 12 5 scents.i ,h.'p?. customers realize that it pays !!i

flat to Qnitmait. Qa.. Learn *..e way. to buy early and get best selection Children vests, pants and union

U. HIT TraU Our line of ladies' and children's suits, 23c: upNo a

1 t> id at 7. U a. m. SKIItTS. coa's is the largest and best selected : advantage to wait Buy now B
Oar line of "Star" skirts ha

Wa. Two special been.a grat attraction In the t tock ever shown in, Live Oak. before the line Is broken. .U

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College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for ;

*I. $40, $50CH$75IPSand all:graduates. $90 II:,,'I I



Ohio Avenue and Conner Street

President L. SI.and IIATTON Iroprietor. LIVE OAK FLA. c;. S.Principal.n STKPHK.NS. ; .

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! -"-My.-- -dear Ilia-Dear old mother Old Mother.who is now I'I Live Oak M'f'g. Co. 1

lghty-three years old thrives on ;
Klectric Bitters." writes W. B. Brun-:
J son. of Dublin. Ga. "She has taken, Manufacturers of
them for about two years and enjoys
an excellent appetite feels strong andJeeps Lumber Shingles Ice Electric
.. well." That's the way Electric -
Hitters affect the aged and the Power and !
same happy results follow in all cases ': Turpentine. :
of female weakness and general deMllty. Electric Lights in any part of the* city
Weak puny children too, areKrratly :i
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable I i
1 strengthened by them. Guar-' octdw'x
! united also for stomach liver anl Electric power-Day and night current-for octdw'N i j)

:I druggist kidney troubles 50c.: by Barclay &. oct-dw Groover i ing purposes. octdw't| J\

f Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have

I Always Shy. cial attention, and all orders promptly filled. !t :
Yes.. it must be a terrible thing ,
f to go through life without your limb We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling I

bit you must remember it will be re- flooring. Come and get our prices. I ti *
tored to you ta the next world --- -- --- --- i
"1 know It will mum. but dat don't Julius Caesar.was i Kf.'f1ned"s Laxative Cough :
encourage me. fer It wuz cut off when a man of nerve but sickness legit is a safe sure and prompt 'I i
J MUZ a baby an' it won't come widin its mark and he became aged before ,: OURS and colds and is good I r
couple of Coot of de ground."-Life.
his time. Sickness is often caused member of the family. Sold I !
A Criminal Attack I by late a torpid liver. Herbine will regu- Oak Drug Co : I
jour liver and give you health
On an Inoffensive citizen is fre-
Mrs Carrie Austin, Holloa, Kansas, Some women can turn a '!
quently made in that apparently use- -
writes: "I consider Herbine the best so gently; that he doesn't I I I I I I I
leis little tube called the "appendix."
n'. generally the result of protracted medicine without It.I"ever Sold heard by Suwannee of. I am never Drug I struck him. **

constipation, following liver torpor. Co. oct-dw To lie l'\a<-t. I
Dr. King' New Life Pills regulate I \
First Sharper-I'\e had a e
the liver prevent appendicitis, an.iI Likeattr.. lire I think of writing a
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regular habits of the bowels.2Se '
If I should ever decide to many," calling it 1t'n I've
at Barclay & Groover
drug he rt>remarked "I will go to the finest Things I'te Done,"
tore. '
octdwItemembcml. girl I know and aswk her hand. Second Sharper-I should I
Should she refuse me I will RO to th-! mend "Things You Have 1
next finest Men You'ie Done'"-
Miss Singer-I wonder if that rich I "Ah, I understand," she Inlt.rrup'- !I ..
ncle of mine remembered me when ed "You will keep on asking until Take something now and
fie film made his will? I used to sing to you meet your le\.t'I.-Town Topics help the stomach. Kodol will I

It is a combination of natural
Cynical 'rlead-Ht" must have; hohasn't I) W1tt's Kidney and Bladder Pills .ants and vegetable acids
left you anrthinvX'braskl.1Ittate : relieve backache, weak kidneys, and i tains the same juices found In
Journal inflammation of the bladder. Sold
thy stomach
It is pleasant I
If you take De Witt's Kidney and bj the Oak Drug Co. oct-dw* I It digests what you eat. Sold I I $
Oak Drug Co. :
tladder Pills you will get prompt .\ doctor tells a patient to put Ms.. ,
relief from backache, ,
weak kidneys. tongue out and expects his wife to
.V Cat Liar! ;
Inflammation of the bladder and keep her tongue in : |
urinary troubles A week's treatment I guess that Tom over ; .
, for 25 rents Sold by Lire Oak If it be true that a pretty girl attracts pretty old." remarked the I .
Drug Co. oct-dw only silly mt'n. sensible men Tomcat. '
"I should 'I: :
l are as scarce as hens teeth say replied
An average woman can get more -- "Why, he claims that once
i real enjoyment out of a funeral thana De\Vltf8 Carbollzed Witch Hazel youth he actually saw a I
a man fan get out of his own wedding Pills Sold b) the Oak Drug Company Philadelphia Press. I

oct-dw Out of Right. II I

In most: cases consumption results When a thief has an opportunity to I "Out of sight, out of mind ;,
from a neglected or Improperly steal he always steals something besides old saying which applies with j i ; i.
treated cold Foley's Honey and Tar the opportunity I force to a sore burn or i iI i .
cures the most obstinate coughs and I been treated with Ducklen's f
Prevents serious results. It costs De Witt's Carbonized Witch Hazel i Salve. It's out of sight out ,
)ou no more than the unknown pre- Salve is good for little burns and big I and out of existence. tiles
parations and you should insist up- burns small scratches or bruises and I chilblains disappear under Its '
oa having the genuine in the yellow big ones. Sold by Live Oak Drug influence. Guaranteed by
kal" City Pharmacy. oct-dw* Company oct-<1w. [Groover druggists. 25c.

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J/t 'roof fs Sn uheComp ar/ Most an article Worthy has Article.been on the Live Oak, Perry &< Gulf R. R. Co.

for years and gains friends ;:

it Is safe to call this me- !j

.. worthy one. Such is Bal- i The Mineral Springs Route.wear .

Wl' Syrup. It posi i
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coughs and all Pulmon- BOt'ND ____ -_ RAaT IN'ND. __
Rr L3t9p 2.4 Clan FIRST CUBS : FIRST CLASS fd Cla .
15 1iJt One of the best known rlnur': I
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in Mobile, Ala., says: and FrtFrt, and Paa ..... Al'ErnftI\J..:. :I $, J 90.: Paaa Pam Pus I Pass I Paa.;and Fri land
years my family Las not II Pus- 'Iaai! p..b=.I. -'_ ,P.Pa.!, .
with the winter coughs i11'1 9= 13----- !i 2 12 14 6 16\4T8 I ..
this to Ballard's Horehound .
I know it has saved child- I Daily ex ISun Sun Sun D ex Sun 11> u D ea Sun Son Sun I Daily es
my Sunday only only only Sun only __! Sun > un my only. only. Sunday
many sick spells." Sold by lye Lve Lve rye Lye Lye Lve I Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar I J..r I Ar

'e Drug Co. oct-dw 7 4411 iQ1''' 8 11 1 Z5 00- ..... ..Live. Oak... .... \I'10' -; 11 So -- 615 117:5 : :
i II 11 + II 5h 11 21' S 11" ..........Starr..10061130. 567
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such a charming staircase .... ..... ... ,
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and 4 I 6 0( 9 2010 47 615 2'93i :
1 Particular people whose pride name down 47 .. ...... ..S.Io... .. ,i
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. pride in product goes into stationery | here last 'ear- l' 00 14 4 << 6 .Smith. 8 4710 Ie 443 Z 23
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I ; Bond of price 1 caretaker is still "taking P? 40 11 S 1 7 I.....-Fenhotloway.I/' b 05 4(. 0)) i 30I;
Coupon irrespective
preferred | the landlord wonderingi Ii5 110 1 __ _::. ImJ't! pri!,!",._. ..3! .!-..

over fifteen years. i, house doesn't h't.-I..ondoi1 MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.

Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow :i P.M I I PM Lve I !,' :P.M'LV PM Ar P.

make for firmness and I il2 3Z: ,1 10; i 5 4. ... ..Mayo unction .... 2 Oo) 8
ful methods that I 1-:. Jones of
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still used in making 0)(UJfpCSJf 1 1 f ( ))iii? rID) Its "I can thank God for my pre R 56 '12 25'' 6 O'!' ........ ..rctcrsol_......... 144 T
and remarkable and 1 6J i12 351! I 6 07! ...... ......1\I.yo..._......... 1 7
tiful color texture, its toughness I due to Foley's Kidney --- --
make distinctive the -l't15I-: 401 6171 ... .....:...Alton.._...... .. 1:10: 7
ing qualities it only a paper-but I tried doctors and all kind A.M.P.M A.M P.MP.M, P.M P.M A'M A.M P.M P.M PM P.M P.3l
i luxe and incomparable paper for all business: cure, but nothing done me -!--1--- --1----'g..n 1n .,<
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ence. Write your letters so that they will compel a till I took Foley's Kidney Sun Only OnlyOnly Sun ,Only Sun On y Only Only Only un Sun

ing-write them on : bottles cuied me, and I 3 i i 7 : 5 1 : 13 212I46 16 4 8. .
more pain in my back and I I 1

@ fill fP @ 1 @ [j{) t i I I am 62 years old, and I s Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and .
G.; I long, but thanks to Foley's I call Atlantic Coast ticket Line. For further information as to schedules and connections j

Cure I am well and can i on any agent.
r to strengthen their appeal andto reflect the standing enjoy myself. It is a .1. I.E11SSWS: rret" itlent. I;. .". lit/l'KINSTraffle: )lann E'r.

of your house : .. -, "; !'I jM n) fSfT prrm 1 costs to recommend it to those --
no more than -j'.r'\vU\J' ?:) /lr\JlHJ other FLORIDA RAILWAY I
a kidney medicine. City -
good bond papers -bat no other bond poper will serve
you as wellvansaa I Time Table No. 20

I 111 COUPON BOND book showing i American \Writing Paper I, Started Ki.<>lit. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01: A. M., IW!. I
.aght.8-finaah.and colon-
I your husband must; have
aeat7ouwubthenameofalocalprintwhoesoaupplyyou1f... how finely the paper: prinU will be- l.!irse t Manufacturer* of the (' rest." SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
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er or lUtioner nierciiil Paper in the World.
will business let I -Well, doctor he won': READ DOWN. CENTRAL TIME.: READ VP
i CUd. 29 Mills. HOLYOKE 1
t0:0:01: ; me- Not I 1'0. No. 2.Mail No. 4Loral 1
01 ix..1f'trI
-A very good beginning, Daily I 1'1 STATIONS. I and }'r ight r 1

i a very good beginning. a EU'f'pt..sA...'. I ,...''. Daily Daily-Jot Sun Ex

--- ---- CARDS. ;; Evening Herald. 7oo.a n 4 70 p m Lv..._._._._.._Live 4>ak....- _.-Ar. 1. SO a m 640 PTI t.
I PROFESSIONAL LATEST NEW 7 es a" 4 41 I' m Lv._.__.__Porter........._?.__...Lv. 10 30 a m S 20 pm',
-- 1 10 a n 4 a; r 111 Lv-......_...._.........? ....lanier-. _._...._....Lv.\M SO a m 4 "58 p m 1
Lest Y\V 711I II n I Ii e8 p 1 LV. _.... Kirklard_._. _....Lv.111)' a m 440 pm
i I 2' Sit' r oil'r.' .....-......,.. ... \\ lmarth._..... .. .. ........_ .Lv.Wilmarth 00 a 4 25
Picture a m p m
M. DIXON !! restless can't at .. a "I n'I Iill.. m Ly...... -. ....._._ .......?... ........ ... ...... 9 b7 a In to pm f'
| Raby is step S. CI6 a 5 24 "' Lv. .. .._._.._.. uwanneeKivir.. ... _..._...Ar.l 95 a m 4 15
L. i! ret cries spasmodically. 1011 a mI IT. 5 SB p i. m:Lv."...._..._. _..._.Norwood...... ......................... 945 a m 400 pm pu344pm
Any View, It L' a m 5 48 p m ArB __....--._._Mayo...... ........ _............_....Lv.j 3, a m
DENTIST. of White's Cream Vermifuge 11 15 a II' 4' p m/1...__..... ......_....Mayo.......... ........_._..__.Ar. It 17 a 1ft 5 40 pm330pm
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Made to Order 28 5 v. .San Pedro Lv. 930
octdw'A: to. cure. Every mother U 55 : S ; p m Lv. :... ...vlt Road. : ...."..:. ..Lv. 9 25 : 55
: r m :: ="::: :::: ::: : : pm
CHOWS : AND : BRIDGE Half A Cent 0 p m.Lv.: :_:: ....AskoM... ........... :_...:Lv. 9 on 300 pm I
r CfcTOPWMTU : I give her baby White's Creamj 121"' p m 6 17 r> mt7 .I.v_.__.._..._....Chirlton...... ........?....._........L.. 'fIB. m.2 25 pm
SPECIALTIES. Copied from any photograph or print 12. ., a LT .....__................... liMa '12| 30
WotK, : m. a i m II m
to us with the order. Name of party j So many times when 12 .". p P m''' 676; P n.'Ly._.._._...... .........Fenholloway. ..... ........ .........Lv. 114'> a m'2 20 pm !
11 M pmLv_._ _...._. ............Deempek. ... ...... .. .. ..._...IA II 158
A lit
I will be imprinted on each card as 'I )' is pale and fretful the 100 p..ii: 6t8P 41 .:Ar._._".__.._...._............Perry_!.. ..... ......."."._ ... I.-' 11 80 a m 1 40 p pin
I E.: nOO IE, address. Postcards reproduced arvl does not know what to do.
piaI within 10 days from receipt of order, Luraville Branch
of this medicine would bring
I i description of scene-for which a .
I word U al! wed. Fhotnoimile and : his chevkg and laughter to IJetwcTii Lnraville! and Wilmarth. -
& COUNSELOU AT LAW. Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed
AnotNCY Give it a trial. Sold by w. I I i East
charge in return for name and address tfawai I Bound
ue OAK. : FLORIDA. requesting npecimenfi.writen on any "" Drug Co. ort- lw' W a meJ ilma"h .... .... ... .. _.' .:4rJaB am
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*t II.J--IT- .. "-...f the Staloe. Spec Picture Postcard or your budineM --- 8 M am ===:::::::=:::==?::: Lora1 ,lieL.1905-____ _:__ m_ _: a m
--* W CtavryancrR. Oatectio per cent to TA per cent. PROFIT
:c--. AH h saii'si promptly attend and Selling"A "tirade Mark \\'lIlIt4'11 Cnotlgb. Alton Branch .
VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One *- n from the north fell lift\\rcn Mayo anti Alton.
**.a.t ft ur*TAT AT LABC Wholesale Distributor and ,I ;
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-- (Photorrapher. DeaU-r. Jobber. Local }\; to the floor. "Whiskey! Fait I I Went .

DR. J. W. WEST town Publisher and village.or Printer LIBERAL(WANTED lxeLU in i'I ... the doctor "I'M bring him t-'!Lv...::::::::::::...::.::.:.:-::::...:::=::..My..::::.... ::::::.-.:.......:.....::::::.:::::.::.._.....Lv.Ar.: I Ill| 11 Bound.0a 10 m m.Alton ;
TRACT. Write for terms. TEN --- --- -- -- -- --
e Phplun and Surgeon. annas Photosimile ami Phototype I lunke It three" feebly re Trains iin tied! to connect with Scatcani Air Line "rot N ur.d and Atlantic Coast Line north
cards will lie sent to any wldres nn the gentleman from the bound at Lr.e Oak. For information regarding ratelK'tKdult.: and corrections apply to
r o11.. erv+eM MI..nn.. Ohio Avnuo.. FIVE 1:=C'.] STAMPS. T. P. Ai -TON, Superintendent F p WOOI W A.D.G. F. P. A
I London Taller.
Rea4.h.wy at I:>>d Hotel.K American Photocolorl>pe
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A.rtI... N. rM Not Inc. Reproductions for Any < I
.. a.rrw ws. a.44N.11e. Protewc3311)earliorn automobiles can be operated .. .--RIEF

J .. Ran I.....' 6.; tirarrert N. 1"-. St. Chicago t > hand, the old-fashioned

Harrison I ( buggy is !good: enough for a ---- -

ttt 1..a E.THOMASON her beet beau.-Chicago;
: l'icture Pcatc rrrds.

gROWN & TI10MASON, Supplements.graphis Calenders.Magazine Pictures Coven for -- --- If its Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Grits, 1

or tions reproductions de Luxe. Pictures for any for purpose Framing in an I A Card. or anything in the Grocery line. We I

PHYSICIANS & SUIMJEONS, from 1UOO up Writ for rates is to certify that all druggists

UtlOAK. E ..uRnH'1 I! l to refund your money have it, or will get it for you. i

!I y. Honey and Tar fans to Ten loads of Groceries in I
---- CRI1 tough or cold. It stops car

I !!; heals the lung and pre
WALL PAPER I result from a cold. stock. Some of you merchants !

r Then in newl of nice wall 'pa- I Laxative Fruit I i i grippe and consumption.cough and pre n'otJII Con- get wise and save ;

PfI' all on 11. H. PETTY at opiates. The genuine; is in money by buying from ns. J

Pleasant to take package.; Refuse substitute
CllMON.a, MHK'S MARKET.I I ('). oct-dw 1j 1
--- -- i The new laxative. I
.\. l'It\ Visiting: Morehant.i are Cordially invited to make our office their headquarters I
M i not gripe or na "'. Kidney Cure will cure any while in the city.
fa I Ic
PUBLIC STEXOGRAPHEU. I i kidney trouble that Is not be 1 1I
Office Upstairs Cures stomach and radical aid. City Phar! .- OLD A. G.1. FREIGHT DEPOT ."- !I

l'Itltrn. Itink Building, { troubles and chronic ort-dw* I II '

Un OAK -.- -;> FLORIDA"I stipation by restoring Napoleon IonnKirto live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.

I natural action of the .
. T. J. LYLE 'i at the battle of Austerliti

I ach liver and : the !greatest Leader in t-- -

Practical Refuse "ubatlfut" Ballard's Snow Liniment h..- 1Use the best Brick i in the State.
MATCHMAKER AND JEWELER I tiM.I public it is the best Liil-;

: the world. A quick cur foj -
S5 year experience No homo itso pleasant,

but stock of Watches always on han-L Jess of the comforts that j Sprains, Burns. Cut- i IT'S MADE BY

-- -- -- buy. as when the entire ) C. Pitts. Uodessa. La., say.- :
THE Snow Liniment in ni .
bottle of ;
perfect health. A

Fruit costs :; and find it unexcelled for sore
r UNION PRESSING CLUB It will cure every Syrup member headache, corns in fact for The Callahan Brick. Co., Callahan Fla.

Foe family of constipation sick that can be reached by a -

.a "K work or short noticd. ache or stomach trouble. Sold by Suwannee Drug

IeYtud oct-dw' W. H. Goodbread Live Oak Fla. Gen'l
9 8t : ; : phone 222 macy. Agtjfor! .Live Oak.



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; :: J. B. BARTON. President..., "-
H. M. WOOD, Chairman finance
f. J. BlUME, 1st Vice-President.
D. L BYRD, 2nd Vice-President.
.t $100,000.00. =
Capital and Stockholders Liability


The Citizens' Bank of Live Oak, ;.

A Bank of Stability. We Solicit Your Busines

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t DiamondsSolitaire E3E3

. Diamond Rings, Pins Engagement -, I' BLANK BOOKSStationery Ii EI SCHOOL SUITS fOR SCIIOOLi BOl

, Bracelets, Lockets, and i '1

t Necklaces,Cut Glass and school 1 % Our stock of Boys' School Suits are one of tW

1 Sterling Silver Wedding sup- .I I 1 q f best made for: serviceable wear. We had them
plies, inks, '
Presents, finest of quality pens II I E3 :': -, : made good and strong.s6 as to stand the hard

! lowest prices. etc. I wear of school boys, yet they are "neat axSfj
II Books of the Standard I+rII y o lr nobby" with plenty of style, in all sizes from

r Authors. Musical In- I:E3 3 to 1 7 years old. *|
ExpertWatch *
struments and supplies. ; 1 1I E3 We are offering
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: FLA. OOK & tjfW r F 8 CO. 0 ; ; for the next ten day Come in and fit your]]

} RADFORD. ;: ,, i3 boy with a good suit. Also with

'i:' The Jeweler i3 and
I Shoes Hats
Managfef :
f c ; LIVE OAK. FLA. _I C. f. TOOK and Owner at -
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'., Notice to Our ('us14nn.'rc. E3Ef AT
We are pleased to announce that ---- .-
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A Koley'a Honey and Tar for cough, Much thai passes f ( patience is> I E3E3 1
\ colds and lung troubles is not affected merely lazini s. S.
by the National Pure Food and --
\1v Drug law'as it contains no opiates or Sonic resemtyo/Koats: they can't
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other harmful drugs and we recommend help butting in.Experience1 I
it as a safe remedy for children 1
and adults. Orty iilu* /s th\cream of life, but: !FIiA
"" -- ','t TAwA.A IwA A.I .I TI / a llnA TwTT... T/AI TTI ITTI I IIwI
: oct-dw age often soars it. v : WWI IWWY/WWy/WWWWWWW WW WWWWWWWWW M

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Are ready for you now
_/f in our store and we
r:,' ,' : are going to hold a .t
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;, f : I Special Opening Reception ,.


To introduce you to them. You're invited; and when you

yrc..Y 4 y/ come you'll meet a lot of"the finest clothes you ever
": saw. We feel that our good friends and our good :

p ; clothes ought to know each other better.

= / / I These are Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; and you can put it down as.a

'rxt tf/&! fact that better clothes, more stylish, more perfectly tailored, never came from 0

t ( I ,I the hand of a tailor.

l ) The new suits and Fall
overcoats are certainly very snappy; you'll find your

; ; ,.; t Ii kind here. It is hardly necessary to say that Hart Schaffner & Marx

s J '' 1i ;? clothes ar-e-always all-wool; you get no cotton mixture stuff under that name.

,$' 4 Other departments are full also of fine seasonable goods; hats on the latest

Ii blocks; shirts and neckwear like a regular flower-garden of color and rich

;). design.


Copyright 1907 by Har Schaffner & Marx


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