Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00159
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Glace Day, N. S, Oct. 16.-As al-1 M' 'ija i'Trr g iKSa Pans, Oct. 16.-Tfic whole of

ready announced the Marconi wlr-I l& j} &$ -r '*< I ,;outhern Europe is tn ui'' grasp of a
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here and at .
t.M stations r nondoas !storm a.ccotop'in'ed 'Jy

land will be opened for the transmission : torrential rains. Thin comlngron the

of trans-Atlantic business I heels of the unprecedented rainfall*

tomorrow The first day will be oz- I Il and succession ,of flffods'cf the pant: I

l copied chiefly by the handling of I three weeks, Is causing -very great

pr.-M dispatches &; :: distress.
Tbs+e will consist In a great part I '
: J t cr' The storm area extends from Morocco -
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of message of a congratulatory nature i : northward over Portugal Spain

t t-xthauged between the pre s nf and southern France. Warships off

I. .,** Cork and London .and Londo' : I the African coast and the Spanish 1
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."d Montreal The first message I peninsula have beeu obliged to seek

eastward will IK- from Sir Wilfred I shelter. The French' torpedo gunboat -

si j Laur!"". premier of the Dominion ot I CasbinI lost her propeller wh.i

Canada, who will congratulate the I making port during.the gale.

English people upon ne establishment t The village of Olet, near Barcelona

1 of this new means of comunica- Spain, was literally washed 10 fdr
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. tlon between Great Britain and Can- r away by a cloudburst, ana the River *

ada. ri Llobregat just south of Barcelona, Is
The first westward message will described as being a raging torrent

be a press dispatch to New York. andy and Is constantly claiming new victims -

Kill be filed early tomorrow morningNRAIILY At tee city of San Sebastian VUk
a r
the north of Spain, baa been ravaged

A MILLION HELD n'I by a violent hurricane, which tore up 1I 1 1e
lit tfs! old days the arrival of a steamboat was the cau of the sreat.tt eIetc.nen._ trees and telegraph poles, blockedthe

; By rritchard'g Injunctio "pen. -Wllasr in (,hrrgo Recod-He:. s'. railroad tracks and stalled many

sary Funds in South Carolina. trains. Telegraphic communicationbetween
1111'.11V0'T ':11'. I III MOVE ON 110Of' P,\K1HINSTo +
Atlanta Oct. 15.-A special to the GETS CLOSE Tj( BRUIN Madrid and San Sebastian Is A

Journal from Columbia S. C., says: I Secure KeleaMof Notorivitv (\>n- Interrupted.
)lit' He Mill lit- Cumli.Htcami i
:. Judge Pritchard of the Federal )l.itN. \ltt. --- __ .,!,1SS.j.3jurlerer., -' --- f
court today Issued' a, sweeping InJunction ( Monticello News ) AV.\U 0\ POMPADOURS.PitUbnrg .
restraining! the State commission Charlotte. N C.. Oct. 16:The A SHOT I T. I.. Clarke, as attorney for Joe

from winding up the affairs News tl\l" at'ernoon priit an Int'r-I I Duncan \\ill! McDonald and LMa lis Stores Di. barge Girls for r

t of the State dispensary, or paying out esting interview' with W. J. I -. -- Smith. is advertising by' posted Wearing Hair In Forbidden

any money belonging to it. The InJunction who arrived here this morning and ': notices that application will tM.m..Je
i Style.
ties up about $750.000. will speak tonight Asked about his FINE SPECIMEN WAS STARTED fur pardon for these meno crtt-

which the commission has on hand candidacy for the presidency Mr : icnf: of Mr Clark. In Inteod1.Is Pittsburg. Oct. 15-Manager. 01

for the payment of claims against i Bryan said: i i"Whilst | it i.: his privilege and duty to do the Pittsburgh big stores have declared

tbe dispensary. I have not Mid 1 wouldbe Makes! Ii0o II i.. I:s..,iK. l.> (.<.ttin;< :" ot he lan for his clients but theNws war on the big pompadour, and
candidate I nave not said 11 I Into lie take scores of girls who insisted on wear- d
The Injunction was 'secured by a a I f I asserts that It would be next
their hair this have ken
wine firm of Weldon, N. C., who havea would 110t. hing to crime to pardon these ruf- Ing way

small claim agalnst"tbe State dis- Mr Bryan said state's rights would i!; Sas They are ex-membws of the discharged one of the leading itom

penury who applied for a writ of probably be 'moO"tI.r.t issue is the siatub> 1..a.. ", ct lb,-If l'reeitelt : Rotoriovs gang that held up deputies letting twenty go at once without re-

ntadamus to compel the commission I coming campaign He said never was Roosevelt had been atatioaed s : Jerry Reynolds and Mark Ulmer. and commendations. The contention U 1I I

ppolatrd by Governor Ansel to windup i the chance for a victory for Democrats -i ft hundred feet further south than with drawn pistols relieved them of made that too much time Is taken by

the affairs of the dispensary to brightersked about the],i he was yesterday he would possibly a prisoner They escaped punishment the girls in taking care of their high a

pa, their claims and meantime the position of Judge Pritrhard in the I have procured the bear be came to for this on a technicality, bein; mass of hair, and some time ago wv '(

rmaiDUlon Is enjoined from paying recent: sensational fight between the I the Mississippi canebrakes to blay ably defended by Mr Clarke. They eral of the stores served notic that i ial

nt aay money 'on other claims.N'tI't.l Federal court and State court in I hat a fine specimen of the beer were shortly afterwards convicted either the "pomp" or the wearer
North Carolina. Mr Bryan said: I' family' was discovered by Holt Col (fall term 1905) of being accessories must go. Many of the girls IwUUxJ

''T mH'1" KKIfilV Some outrageous conduct is always -'I lier's dogs within a short distance ct after the fact in a murder case that and last evening In their pay eavelope

necessary to make the public I I II the president and within less than a was particularly brutal. There is the blue flip of di*charge was

1ft. taw (ir ''ianl'I Order ,\l*>utMnnlrrrr act. Judge Pritchard in his opposition -!'I. mile of the camp on Bear lake was no popular demand for the releaseof found.
Not Honored. to rights of North Carolina supplied : the new brought into Stamboul 'o- these men. It would be an outrage
that outrageous conduct. l day by Brutus Jacnson, one of themembers on justice to free them
4 HHI dispatch to the Savannah
Mr Bryan said the Southern rail- I of tbe hunting party .and Let every citizen ibo believes In .
beg ttm Mevltrl I.
(3)14.nl :
.J way's attitude in refusing to allow : he says that the animal was enabledto the enforcement of law write to the P.)' Ik-rulling; of a ItrilKh IWiwat

"*.. j .\, Collier returned from State's attorneys to examine books ; make good his escape by going iu r members of the Pardoning Board and Truln. !
J. t'Me nt". FU. where he went last
, indicated that there was somethingto a direction opposite to the preeident'si protest against the freeing of these 1b
seek for to Shrewnburg, England Oft. i6. .\
KMH. wanted
who is
conceal, and that Judge: Pritchard i men- and don't sign any petitions requesting -
he *.*." t. a murder charge in this allow investigation of I train made up of pa4neoi Ir coacntM
in refusing to 1--- a pardon for them
** bound from Scotland and th north
,0 MrAfe books appeared to know more about P.UOU'.\UIILL UK Tilt UK.ntl :. It -cost Jefferson county a pretty
t I of England to Bristol, left the rails
..*.h tW .b@'ritf'ot armed
than he cared for the '
their contents urn to convict thee chaps-IK ..
... ***% ""4.t.4tlon from Governor : as it, was entering the MaU.a hrr .ran
public to know. work tit| out.
Other Governors to Attend
\ Two hour this Nineteen
..... t**..td b% Governor Broward early raornlac
.* H I I National Fannerssociatioii persons Including ten pa..c.l'rs .
tins commission ofT j
prtwn I .rt44 were killed, and thirty-.* %rrr
refuted to give up Reagan. !I a
**. gas found already at work in a I llarriman and VUh stni& iuu; I rr Oklahoma City. Okla.. Oct 16.- No Kartlilj Way to sum IY"hibitK Injured.

t*-(>BtU mine atDunnellon It has I Control of Illinois (Yntral The National Farmers' .\N'Oriation'l Tide. There is still no explanation of the

** ktea derided a* to what steps ItAllWMV.Chicago '. with a membership extending Birmingham Via.. Oct 14. eauee' of the accident It Is suggest

: **tt .. Seat taken by the court of- i throughout the United State and I II I Birmingham is going dry The whiskey ed that as this Is the third aceid nt
%. E. II. Harriman 1
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\ seers **.... but they will not give up I of court deprived -!I CaaaJa, will convene in this city on I i people themselves admit there i< of a similar kind within a year to a
-, l>se tSort to get Meagan back into was today bj an October 1? for its annual meeting. no earthly way to stem the prohib- train entering a station on a curse

Georgia for trial" I of the voting power ot 6'-1 I''I wbKh will extend for five days. :Many turn tide. After January 1. 1905. the the cause may be found in the failureof
731 of Illinois Central t I I
will address the association will the brakes
prominent men imperial county of Jefferson join vacuum to reepon I.

1t' lalor Will Wear Strip*. in the annual meeting of that railroad I among them Governor the ranks of thirty or more count"labama sin Humors are current here that the
at nooo
g company, which opens Cummins, of Iowa Governor Bro- .\ that have already settled locomotive of tbe passenger train
8aa Francisco. Oct. 15.-The dis- The order of the court I.
-filet I tomorrow. ward of Florida and Governor the great moral issue The election wax making IU first trip on this line

attorney's office announces that was practically identical with the Fraatz, of Oklahoma. i| wilt take place on Monday, October !I and that tbe driver had a pilot driver
_, ithrtugh au error of hill counsel asked by the attorneys '
I --- i E 2!i. and in the meantime the prohibittoaistg with him because he 1o'&s.Dot. fully
r rttter i II
Mayor SchmiU, sentenced to Both sides claim M\N1L\.
Harriman. TAFT1N
1- of Mr will wage one of the hottest acquainted with the road. It seems
yeT la prison for extortion hast
_' _..,: .**t his a \ etor). Mr Fish because the enjoined Manila Oct. 15.-SecreUry Taft I lights in tbe history of Birmingham that somebody blundered for the
t A right to the I
appeal to I
*!*** sup- shares'will not be effective at arrived here atI:3t p. Da., today i wfcfth. Phoenlc-8ke. has grown to be engine was going at a tremendousrate i
the contention is
Harrlxu" the neiropolfe of Akbersa daring of speed when the accident han-
and Mr because fromHoag Ko g a&d received an en-
Schmltx the election
will be landed In San I
'y, modification secured ''huat ltie wekoate. thirty-six years pen."
penitentiary in a few days. his
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J, servants are the ;;4441,,+tI4ItI 11(1+1 141
'nU..1 VERMONTTo best for hotels. .i i i ;;;i i I'Iii i i i i i i II IIII I II II I I I I I III I II III I II I III1 tt'i

Meet Her Promised Husband and :
Horrified to Discover Him Even a clock Is known by It I
A Negro.Valdosta works.

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All the world loves to laugh at the
When the Georgia Southern train
horn Valdosta reached Lake Park blindness of lovers. OAK
I from the
last Saturday there Notice to Our Customers.We .
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passenger coach a young woman who are pleased to announce that I

bad! come all tte way from Vermont. : Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs I

the spent the nght in Valdosta. hav-: colds and lung troubles is not jj : ,

ing reached this city via the Atlantic.:, ed by the National Pure atIect-1 : ;

Coast Line. law it contains no
Drug as /
She was not bad looking at all and'
other harmful drugs and we recommend III
almost any one would hare turned 1.0 it as a safe remedy for children PUBLISHING :;
look at her. Her name
.i get a second and adults. City Pharmacy !
was Miss Middleton. When shI octdwNOTICE. ,tJiii
1 stepped from the train. she seemed to I +.... I

be expecting" some one to meet her. i iit t f
After waiting a few moments to see
I I have sold my drug business to I
11 ?n> one would approach her. she
I Miss Myrtle Wade who will continue
asked tome one about the station
if he hew the Re.,. J. J. Roberts. the business as heretofore. III II
I assume all the liabilities and will i COMPANY
The man thought a few minutes and Live'Oak
collect all accounts due the old
confessed that he did not know such
Drug Company.I I
I a man. "That Is Queer she thought I
thank my customers who have :
to herself and continued to make :
been fo liberal with their patronageand +% i !
I enquiry. ;
ask that they continue to pat- :
t'lDallrf' was informed that ronage the business. W. H. HELL. fix i it I
there was a jack-leg negro preacher

there. Known as "Burnt-Eyed-Jack." I !

i' whose Initials were J. J. and that bet "My dear Ilk iH-arOId old mother Mother.who is now I t ."" "" '" ,: ,,:::r" :'''''ii'!! "'" """,,,"' ,., ,; .! -, sj

1 she was referre't.probably the The person young to woman whom eighty-three Electric Bitters years," writes old, W.thrives B. Brun-on I I ili j Book News and Commercial !

looked as if she would faint. She was! ,
. son, of Dublin Ga. "She has taken : I
moreover told that "BurntEyedJack" '
them for about two years and enjoy !: 1fiPRINTERS
rewired his name from the
an excellent appetite, feels strong and :
fact that he lost one eye in a fire. I 1i
sleeps wet That's the way Electric i
She was also Informed that he was I,
Bitters affect the aged and the
an expert at cackling like a hen. I
same happy results follow in all cases I !
crowing like a rooster and hooting ,: .. ..
of female weakness and general dbility. ->- =-
like an owl, but outside of these accomplishments |i iI I
Weak, puny children too, are I:
he was the kind of I!
greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed I
that people hare in I
negro usually
also for stomach liver an'l : .
mind when they refer to one as being kidney troubles by Barclay & Groover :+ .
trifling: and noaccount.The t
druggists. SOc. oct-dw i: i
lady was carried to the Lake +
Park hotel where she told her story. AMIRICAX.IOU.BRITISH-- I'Eiit.lLord )I ,:I I VTO job is too large and none too small for i'

,She said that she had been corres- I 'N
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ponding with llev. J. J. Roberts and Fairfax, Native of )Iar)land. '!i: + us to handle, and everything in the I

tad become engaged to him. thinking Taken Out Naturalization 1'apcr*. > :,
s flat te was a white man and a I 11 Printing Line comes easily within our limit.
London, Oct. 14.-Lord Fairfax
\ minister of the Gospel. She had got- I I'I'i I'i
ten In communication with him has taken out naturalization papersas +
a British citizen, and now will be
through a correspondence bureau or entitled to sit in the house of lords. i DR stock of Bond Linen and Rag Papers
something of the sort. She had be- 0 .
lIe has resided in England almost I

I! come sent her engaged the money to him to pay and her he way had continually since he came here to attend i is one of the largest carried in Florida, i

the king's coronation.
to-Burnt-Eyed-Jack"Lake Park. hunted up Albert Kirby Fairfax twelfth I I + and with a well equipped modern Printing

Baron Fairfax of Cameron in the
, ; and waa asked about the matter. lie I
peerage of Scotland, was born in Plant, new type, and artistic printers we :
appeared to be as much surprised as ,
Maryland in 1S70. He is the of
'I. the woman was. He said he had been
4 corresponding with a lady in Vermont John Contee Fairfax M. I)., an-1 Ij can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as

| Mary Baroness Fairfax daughter of
If r. but and he thought had become she was engaged a "cullud to Col. Edmund Kirby of the United I and prompt as any establishment in the

ldy." lie says that he never dream States arm)'. y South. A trial will convince. Samples and

ed abe was a white woman but I
(a"l'1.1.. TO TIIK POOl
thought etc was a negro. d. Estimates Furnished on Application. !
The .
young woman had the sympathy i
Georgia lH ctt> Just IHvd {
of r Made 1mal.L.ahle : i
the people of Lake Park t'
Career Philanthropist : :
who will assist her in returning homeIf .
she needs assistance. The case In :New: York I 1: i

t created much Interest and was the Waycnne Ga., Oct. 14.The funeral tt
chief topic of conversation since then. of Dr. Charles W. Singleton ot + :
New York, who died suddenly Friday lit Vn 1---------- =- :
TKLI: HOW TO MIX IT.Oirt'CtloDlt of heart failure, was held ID '

Wan TO,* this afternoon aDd was I We Make
To Prepare Simple, Yet largely attended by relatives and ill a Specialty of Mallj

Remarkable, Home Mixture.
frtendi. Dr.
Singleton U survived b>

A well-known authority on Rheumatism a brother. Mr. R. L. Singleton ot -:- Order Business
tl -:-
I gives the following valuable, \Vaycros8 and three sisters, Mrs. + I j_
yet simple and harmless prescription Sam Pearson and Mrs. J. L. Walker
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which any one can easily prepare at Wayerosa and Mrs. M. S. Zacharyof It : !:IlifHMi I
) Ocala Fia. He
.ome. was originally from

Fluid L'xtract Dandelion one-half Eatonton but had lived in New York I i
ounce; Compound Kargon, one for a number of years. lie was a I

ounre; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. philanthropist, giving practically all j ; :

J. three ounces. of his income to the poor. Especially i ; :

Mix by shaking well in a bottle, generous was, he to those living i]
and take a teaspoonful after each along the Bowery. At the undertakers W LIVE OAK j

i meal and at 'bedtime. In New York. before his body I

{I. tin states that the ingredients" tan was sent to Waycroes, hundreds of

tt obtained from any.good prescription the poor called to pay a last sad farewell U y

pharmacy at small cost and, and their grief was indeed a PUBLISHINGCOMPANY

tie ng vegetable extraction, are tribute to him. One of New York's

I armlet to take. large wholesalers, in a letter to relatives ; .

This pleasant mixture. if taken here spoke in the highest ,

rtcularly for a few days is said to terms of Dr. Singleton and said there I 111 i

i Overcame> almost any case of Rbeu- was not a man held fa h'gher .esteem j!

r ," i m. Tbe pain and swelling, IfI' than he was. and that his death was I i

", diminishes with each dose, until a sore lo5. tt i

Immanent results are obtained and .
[ Married Milih I .
to out Injuring the stomach. Whilet a i aire.

L t' t are. many so-called Rheumatism Atlanta Oct. 15.-Mrs. Kathleer : Iii; LIVE OAK FLORIDA ;

fnirJ .*. patent medicines etc.. Winn Babcock, a prominent Thomas '

.".!... of which do give relief, few ville. Ga.. society woman, was married ,: +:.t :

I tiMllv give permanent results and: -it x local rot>l toJnv: to Charts i

ttia above will, no doubt be greatly John Canfi--'d. a ui"ionire! Chicago; i'f .j

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/ittl>l*.\Xt'}: NO. 05. twenty-five ( $%5) dollars; dealers in !'ect to be paid or remitted }1
upon Each local agent of Insurance company religious books sha
only l not be t*> '_
furniture sold Installment under
%. .*4t w.we. Imposing Licenses and on drafts checks or orders or wherem or associations, firm or individual quired to pay a license tax <
.... Tae Providing. for the contract for n n-payment thereof, ney Is advanced or loaned on d Dig business in the C'ty Traveling dealers without J1ceue.of,
...._M Tt.*T <>f, and Prescribing |I It five (5) dollars: provided this shall ;tocks, bonds, bullion, bills! of ex- of Live Oak Fl rida. including cor- who sball-bargaln rr sell'
...Is... fee IMng Iusine Withor i i: not apply to persons taxed as merchants -r ange or promissory note, or received >orations or associations engaged in wares or merchandise for!any cash or,
|irr.w, Other Failure to I ; dealers in gasoline or : for discount! or for sale shall be the business of incur' against fire, otherwise by
ng sample or In other
naphtha, at wholesale, five ( IS) dol- regarded
Ulih the Provisions There- as a bank
-*Hl or bankers
I lars and ndemnity. accidents: : to persons, acting manner for present or future delivery
dealers In automobiles aut
,4 ; subject as such; ta the
provisions of as
surety bonds to
upon -
any person whatsoever by
motors other borseless vehicles, this
1 tM t by the Mayor and or ordinance.
fidelity of employees and insuring himself or agent
rr a entlJ. following
,. _ii *f the City of Live Oak. | twelve dollars and fif'y cents Lenders of money, either I .
persons employers against liability for ac- after to deliver! : and collect for same.exct'pt ,
($12.50) dealers In
r.-n. ; Illuminating or firms corporations, associations 'I 'ident t employees and life Insur- licensed
or > a dealer shall be
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,. lubr'cating' oils at wholesale twelve I'
<* flat no person, firm or agents, not taxed as bankers ance companies, shall pay to the City deemed a peddler under this ordin
,- .all engage In, manage dollars and fifty cents Ul:.50), for doing the business of lending or ad- of Live Oak a license tax of two ance. This ordinance shall inelod
'.4 ri ay business, pr fession I each place rf business; proprietor or rarclng m- ney for which Interest. Inspection dollars and fifty cents $2.50)). peddlers of clocks stoves, ranges and
.. .."tUMi ment'oned in this' proprietors of each garage for KeepIng fees or other rcnuenration Each traveling agent or solicitor! of sewing machine agents whether selling -
...4 .._ wltbln the City of Live automobiles, five (15) dollars; is charged In excess of ten per cent any insurance describedin by sample future
company as or on deUYet'T.or ,
..* -,... bales a City License I, dealers in junks twenty-five ($U) per annum secured by mortgages, the preceding section, doing business otherwise' ; prTided that permanent -
_I..t.. been first procured from dollars; dealers In oleomargarine or bill of sale, power of
attorney or in the City of Live Oak shall or locally established agent shall
". ax Colleetnr of the city which i,r butterine. wholesale, handling original ther legal transfer of personal property pay a license tax r f twelve dollars and be exempt from the provisions of this
.... 'i..**.. Kal| be Issued to each packages only ten ( $10) dol- as security for any such loans fifty cents ($12.50). section.

.... tire or corporation on receipt lars. I or advances; or any person firm, Each insurance adjuster whether Traveling dealers going from placeto
till ..t, a.. HiBt hereinafter provided, Dealers in pistols, bowie knives : corporation or association doing! the resident or non-resident who has not place, selling go ds. wares or
..._".r Kb the City Clerk's fee of sling shots or brass knuckles, Springfield business ef securing such 1-ans or paid a license as agent, or traveling merchandise of all description, shall
._" > ... cents for every license rifles repeating rifles or dirk II'' advances for borrowers upon such agent who adjusts insurance losses pay to the City of Live Oak a license
.....4 fc> him and said license shall knives, twenty-five ( $%5) dollars; securities and charging such borrowers 'n this city shall pay a license tax tax of twenty-five ($25) dollars an-]
w .,i>...4 It y tie Tax Collect ,r and provided said pistols Springfield or commission Inspection or other of five ( $5) dollars.Contractors it shall be unlawful for such
I person
M.MW sad shall have the seal of the other repeating rifles, bowie knives, fee for their services! shall pay a for the erection of or dealers t.> sell or attempt to sell
CM <*t I.1te Oak thereon. Every dirk knives, brass knuckles and slingshots license tax ti the city of one hundred buildings or other work, ten ( $10) under and by virtue of the license of
...... iMportlojc the singular number shall not be S' Id to minors. ($100) dollars for each place of busi- dollars. any other licensed dealer, storekeeper
..I. SMV extend to and embrace thee I Every violation of this Section shall ness.Every Job printing offices, running by or druggist.
*.'.' .i>M.,.'. and every word 1m- ,. be punished by a fine of not exceeding person firm or corporation power two dollars and fifty cents Trad'ng stamp firms, persons or
_ot she plural number may be one hundred dollars, or by Im- regularly engaged in the business of ( $2.50) ; steam laundries five ($5) corporations, knwn as trading stamp
.**IMI and limited to the singular prisonment not exceeding sixty days, lending money in said city, and not dollars; Chinese laundries five $5) companies shall pay to the City a
...* sad every w rd importing "r by both such fine and imprisonment taxed as bankers. shall pay a license dollars; livery feed or sale stables, license tax of five hundred ($500)
tH ..** .UB. gender only may be ex-I at the discretion of the Mayor. tax of twenty-five ($25) dollars keeping for hire feed or public use, dollars. Merchants using trading
<...4 a4 applied to females as Dealers in second-band clothing For each public carriage, hack and not more than five horses and mules, stamps shall pay to the City a licence!
... .. RM!+*. Whenever the word for each place of business twelve dol- I dray charging for transportation, not two dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; tax of one hundred and twenty-fit
.rs U M...<1 In this Ordinance It I lars and fifty cents (112.50) ; provided operated by keepers c f livery stables more than five and less than ten ( $125) dollars for each place of
..., ... h.M to mean affirmation. that merchants paying a regu- I using single team two dollars and horses and mules three dollars and business where they ue such stamp.
*.4 >*>. ...r4 'twear" 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'loa
'- MI.... . : No trBM shall be issued bo ts and shoes five ($5): dol- Every band or troup or aggregationor and mules six dollars and twenty- ric having a capital of $250.000 or

*.. ,..." 'h.B Nie 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 ,
-.....- fcall. ..B4re > n the first day dentist permanently located five nomadic people who shall camp, pitch and less than twenty-five horses and seventy-five $75) dollars; $100,000 *.
.. I. ,,.b.< .., sest B >*>.r. but fraction- ( $S) dollars; each traveling dentist, their tents stp and engage in business mules! ten ( $10) dollars; more than or more and less than $250.0V3;
.- .wept a. hereinafter proto fi$5) dollars; drovers selling at I of telling fortunes trading twenty-five horses and mules twenty fifty ($50) dollars less than $109*
....4 ...a. t.aa.ed expire on that auction or otherwise five ( $5) doll horses, peddling, trading or other occupation f $zo' dollars. 000 and more than 50000. thirty-
a.. 4 .....Mimite' rate. All I lars dealers In plprtrirnl' mafhlnorvor --" in the City of Live Oak. I Lunch stands or eating houses at seven dollars and fifty cent
,w.N..,' B*- trdMferred with the appliances for--pr.-i five (|5) shall pay a licence tax to the city of railroad depots, seven dollars and $37.50) ; $25,000 to $50.03,
.haw .... -.f I" Mav.,. with the busi- dollars for each place of business; one hundred ( $100) dollars. Any fiftv cents ( $7.50). twenty-five ($25) dollars; $10,00
..**% IK>V were taken out each J3Wf"r. five (5) dollars; green pers n violating the provisions of this Machine and repair shops, for to $25,000, ten ($10) dollars; lest
era.. 5.,. .. Mea fide sale ands growers and dealers In fresh fruits paragraph shall upon conviction, be public use five ( $5) dollars. than $10,000, five US) dollar
.s..... .f ptwfrtfty issued and: I and nuts not merchants one dollar fined not more than two hundred Lung testers striking machines, Provided further, that any indivl4 al.
-pt.-4 ,. it* IHI.|. .U .s stock In and fifty cents $1.50) for each place ( $JuO) dollars or Imprisoned not weighing machic! .. phonograph, company, firm or corporation fnrnlsk-
.4* -. MN irMferred license of business: hypnotist pr fesslonal, longer than three months, r.r both graphophones. ma'--' boxes, chewinggum i !ing gas or electricity to its customersand
4k-, .. **i4. Hi ** f Ml only for the fifty ( 50) dollars; hawkers and fined and imprisoned, at the discre- stands auton:. tic pennyIntheslot making a charge by meter sad
*.... .f .*.* tar which It was street vendors of medicine, drugs or tion of the :Major. machine, when operated f' r pro-I' who shall make a minimum chare
.......'. ..... ettt provided, that patent medicines, fifty ($50) dollars I Harbor shops running one chair fit, two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) without reference to the meter. shall
.. .. ...... ...r. hall be surrend- for each day they attempt to sell; I, tw' ( $2): dollars; for each additional each. pay a license tax of fifty (50))> per
.4 ae,1 .... .Nn the City Clerk! beef and meat markets and fish r*a'r. fifty rents/:: bil'ard! or p0)1ahe. Managers of merry-go-rounds I cent more than above set out provided -
e ... ,'.. ....rattan for transfer markets shaM each pay a license of kept for profit seven dollars twelve dollars and fifty cents however, the above provision
... ..5twrli iraMfer after be- twentyfin$2:;; > dollars. ::ad fifty cents ( $7.50) for each ( $12.50) : planing mills! and novelty l shall not apply to companies or IBdiviauals -
.. .-..- .**() ho of the same Merchants store-keepers and druggist 1 table. I I works, seven dollars .and fifty cents who furnish meter wltboul
.... ..+ ...... M the original for each r ne thousand dollars, Boarding bouses, lodging houses or $7.50):>> ; planing mill, including dry I cost to places of business and ridencea. >
As sits or f -..('Ion! of one thoimnd dollars hotels having accommodation for kiln not connected with saw mill five I, .

a .. .......... .t.all be pay- of stock of merchandise' one dollar three hundred or more lodgers or I ($5) dollars. Sec. 6. That all confirmed trl">
... .. srlgeite the first day oft anti f1f')' tents ( $1.:)\)) for each placef boarders, shall pay a license tax of Restaurants and public eating pies, physically Incapable of manual

.rtsare. .M .... ..sr. and ut license business; any merchant keeping one hundred ( $100) dollars; two salmons, having accommodations for labor shall be allowed t opeddl without
tti. lilt ....... !*r say fractional por- sewing machines In :-toe): for sale In hundred to three hundred lodgers or seating: twenty-five or more persons, paying a license, using their ewe
awe .4 w., .****4 it at any license thame manner PS other merer b arders .seY nty.tive $75) dollars: twelve dollars and fifty cents capital only, not in excess of five
< -*>...*..* sp..ciB.4 ID this Ordln- ..n.Iibo, shall not IK taxed as sewIna one hundred to two hundred lodgersor ( 12.50 ; less than twenty-five perSons hundred d'.liars; provided such cripples -
ensue *. lM-.4 after the first machine agent or dealer. boarders fifty ($50) dollars: five ($5): dollars. shall be residents of SUWBBB..* +
., ..... q, .Ih. October first Mental healers or all persons : reventy-flve to one hundred lodgersor Saw mills, including planing mills County, Florida; and provided farther -
i ......t 'f fm.-balf the amount claitiilng to heal b> absent treatment, boarders twentyfive$25) dol- or dry kilns, with daily output often such exemption shall be allowed
.. ... ....... .f such license for one hundred U III\ dollar: provided I lars; fifty to seventy-five lodgers; orb thousand feet, or less two dollars only upon the certificate cf some reputable
,I .. .. that nothing in this ('lame) shall arders. twelve dollars and fifty and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; more than physician of the dlsablUt/
s .. S Thai the following be c" nstrued as affecting the members cents ( $12.50); twenty-five to fifty I ten thousand and I less than twenty- herein named. _

.... .1.10416&1 license taxes rf any Christian denominationwho lodgers or boarders seven dollars five thousand foe;, five ( $5) dollars; See. 6. That each railroad **.-
t* the City of Live Oak pray for the recovery of the sick; and fiftey cents ( $7.50) ; fifteen to more than *w>*it>-five thouand and pany whose tracks extend fate err
i !r tNts- ......4 I.. managing each oculist permanently located twenty-five lodgers or boarders, five less than fiat thouand feet ten through the corporate limit of Use
: Mr +oM..r.Nae th. .veral occupa- five ( |:5) dollars: each oculist tra\el- ( $5) dollars; ten to fifteen lodgers ( $10) dollars: more than fifty thou- Oak. shall pay a license Us .t
: tirw. h..ur. or professions In?. seven dollars and fifty cents nr boarders, two dollars and fifty sav.l foot fifteen ( $15) dollars. seventy-five ($75) dollars
- sasatsl w ..rthtslt (17.50)>> : provided be has no licenseas cents ( $2.50) : accommodation for ?biug'o mils*, whether connected Soc 7. It shall be tie duty .( U*

.......... '." provided by State law; each lodgers shall be construed to mean with saw mill or not having daily City Tax Collector, before iis la,. t jp
_+s+a tilt. dollars (S); optician permanently I' (rated two the number of beds habitually kept .: )' of twenty-five thousand license, based OB a property valuation
.. ......+s.1 ...4HCllbic the busl- dollars aid fifty cents <(< J2.50) : each for such lodgers and not the numberof shingles f-r More twelve dollars and or capita stock capacity of f reduction
'" ......eMag titles, seven dol- optician, traveling seven dollars and roms contained In the houso. I tiftr rent$12.50); less than or other contingency, Ie
flit tttlt. (N.f ..... ( IT"' ) ; agents fifty cents $7.50) ; each osteopath Boiler and machine shop.j.nl wfntfive thousand shingles per require the party applying for aa4
S ....... liar 'h .rpoae of sollcit- five (}:5) dollars: pawnbrokers!' for foundries connected t-('."D dollars I'datwo Voll.ir end fifty cents license to file under oath 4Jy
..4w. a.r w ass\iag sales ex- each place of business fifty ( $50) and fifty cents $7".0: > : bottling! ''I $:..:30). authenticated, a statement ef Up

..... '.1 ...,.... .f. or performI dollar: peddlers and hawkers of I I works and -odawat fietorieten 0nl'r w,' manevrs of tooting value of the property or amouat of
... ..../.. r.latlog to or merchandise not otherwise I enumerated ( $10) dollars: brick yards or fac- I galleries. two dollars and fifty cents the capital stock or capacity of production -
..L a.>f of the persons, specifically! herein flfty ( $50)1 I I ltri ...,....... or transactions dollars: peddlers! of stoves and ranges .md loan Associations, foreign two Shows or circuses exhibiting or shall be attached to the monthly report .
.. ..... .. .1' and clocks or either or any of them "'lndr(>.t and fifty ( $250) dollars: I giving: ; a performance within tents, of licenses made by the Tat Col

. __ .... ...'.*i... fiv. fI:5) dol-lS sold from wagons, twtntv-five U:::5i l.iuWinam! loan a.ssor'.ition! local. v-r'her covered or uncovered, with lector. A failure on the part of U*
.I ., .... r ivp rlters, five dollars; each piano tuner one dollar 'o\t'I\. >' doll.T. and fiftey cents |nor without horses, twenty-five ( $25) Tax Collector to require and attack 1
i'" -... saes>.s tor sliding and and fifty cents ( $1.iln : each photographer itl :'II: carriage and wagon fart dollars: dUb .r pony shows, charging said oath as aforesaid shall be sense
.... ess..wu.... M&I five ( $5); permanently located two -.ries Including repairing one dol- twenty-five cents or less admission! for suspension from office.
-- ers.w.. *.* *> II4ID< and loan dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50) : each I lar and fifty cents ( $1.50) ; carriage and using no ether animal and giving Sea 8. Any person or persons
....<.*. use hundred photographer itinerant five ( $5) repositories, not connected with factories no other kind of performance, firm or corporation or association,
'fr;; .....r. .i.bt. f >r claims dollars; each person selling any patent five ( $5) dollars; cold storage five ( $5) dollars; charging more than that shall carry on or conduct say
tM arrrstsrssss .si taxed as bankers right, or any right to sell patent plants not connected with Ice twenty-five cents admission, fifteen business, occupation or profession for 't
...... I.. I Ii. dollars agents I rights; twelve dollars and fifty cents factories for profit, five ( $5) dollars. ( $15) dollars. which a license: is required oy tot

.. ......... .. 4..1_,.. not taxed as ( $12.50). | Concert halls pleasure parks or Skating rinks' bicycle! rinks or ordinance without first obtaining
iNtsstytn. .v. i |ti dollars! ; agents Every street doctor or dentist or ,( roof gardens, dance halls where bowling alleys, five ( $5) dollar; such license, shall except incases sneh
b -"ta ssJ tomb-si >nes any Itinerant vendor of any drug variety performances. musical or street shows, performances or as are otherwise provided by
'IIt *.. .*..ar. sal fifty cents ointment or appliance of any kind Intended I otherwise are given, or where females carnivals for each tent or other ordinance upon conviction by the
tn.., asses for monuments and for the treatment of any dil-I are employed as waiters, structure and for each: day two dol- Mayor, be punished by a IDe of not
..-lL es i'.*.llB(, seven dollars ease or injury Or deformity by [j twenty-five ( $25) dollars. lars and fifty cents ( $2.50) ; all small more than five hundred dollars, or a1.
tI1M .... ...*. ,17'i' each agent drug, nostrum or manipulation or Electric power plants companies, shows other than circuses, theatrical imprisonment not more than ninety
w lh.r..r .<*****. fur real estate other expedient shall pay a license j firms or corporations, with capital! or vaudeville given under a tent, two days .or by both such fine and lif-
., n.*M*. sad rent c llectlng. tax of twenty-five ( $25) dollars. i stock of two hundred thousand dol-. dollars and fifty cents ( $2.50). prisonment In the discretion of the
g", $It *.*lr. "{_&!. fur afe.. for Undertakers not embalmers lars or more, one hundred dollars. Soda water or mineral water fountains Mayor. The payment of all license
*** or *ir*.... 1..It. dollar and twelve doll r. and fifty cents i 1 Less than $200,000 and more than not connected with other business tax may be enforced by the seizure!
**, ..*. IU i n agents for *ewf $12.50): undertakers and embalmers 1100.000. $50; less than $100.000 five ( $5) dollars. and sale of the property by the Collectr. -
......., Ore ilfr d >liars> ; thirty-seven dollars and fifty j and more than $50.000 $25; less than Telephone system with 100 instruments It shall be the duty of tile
****4B tor 'tBMhi,. or steamboat. cents $37.50) ; watch makers and I $50.000 and more than $25.000. or more owned by any person Tax Collector to report to the Mayor f
i.**.. *.*Uf. ..j repairer of jewelry two dollars and i i $12.50: less than 25.000 and more firm corporation or company all violations of tbe provisions of this
Illtle. .(..K for selling vessels, fifty cents $2.50)). than $10.000... $7.50; lees than $10.- and operated in said city for profit ordinance. The City Council shall t!
*H //ft ..4Ur : .a.I'ilulthemlst: !!. The owners managers or agents of OUO. $3.75: : provided that electric I shall pay to the city a license tax of furnish to the Tax Collector all
*** via ...*,.. firms or each: of the following eaumerated institutions '! light plants furnishing both power I six and one-quarter cents (6 !.e) for blanks necessary to enable him to

'.. .... ey..attsg|.re' B amusement establishments, appliancesand and lights thai be required to pay each trument or 'phone Installed, carry out the provisions! of this ordl,
NPIsL Wit' apparatus for the transaction of onlY one license. provided such: license shall not exceedin ance.
issre5 .... >- *rry *o sounds. roller business or the entertainment or RS- Express companies doing businessin : I total amount the sum of one hundred Sec :3. That all ordinances an.)
sthpr amusement placeseN for profit the State of Florida and haunt an ( S 11.10) dollars.Theater parts of ordinance in conflict with tile
"omruodatlon of the public
4 .
.. ....all')! f uuj therein.
office in the of Live Oak shall I provisions of this ordinance be sad
*. license tax pt opposite City buildings fitted with scen-
..* < tUi boilers ..architects.III shall pav the city I
... ) 4.Irae. In their respective designations; or pay a license tax of twenty-five ery and kept for theatrical and other the same are hereby repealed. ,
Wkers dealing
f.M. a4 : definitions in Schedule "U" below, ( $25) illars.ny express company exhibitions twenty-five ( $25) dol- Sec. 10. That this ordinance
Maea ivelve dollars and: violating' the provisions of this lars: theatrical shows or traveling shall become effective on and after
**..* I |II 1sbrokers deal- to-wlt: I and who knowing I the first day of October A. D. un.
.. than Meam. not ordinance any person : players and minstrels other than ,
i ......, dollars Rakers
Mtf it>4H ;
taxed merchants one !* acts as agent for such COlll: !>any ih' se taxed as circuses, for each per- Pawed at regular meeting of IB*
> otherwise as
fS'-. *., IB lasarance five cents ( $1.50) : bakers tH fore it has paid the above license j j fortnance. seven dollar. and fifty City Council this 16th day oftoroVr >
MM.rs dollar and fifty
brkr 4_ltBK In land tax shall upon convlctl"n therefor cents 17.50 : provided that A. I). 1907.
$44 otherwise taxed as I I i
ias4 steam not
h. tt&t dollars; before the Mayor of wild City. b! of theaters or halls cniployirg CHAS. II. BROWN.
| managers
Nsq five ( $S> dollars: bootblacks -
.. ., five merchants ,
IB wrthaadlse. : l'rl'fiident"of
punished by a fine not more than one traveling troupes, theatrical City Covactl
ills. ...... ..Mr....iisU. five ( 15) one dollar. hundred dollars or by Imprisonment (;,loperatis or minstrel giving perform- Atest: S. P. :MAYS City aerk.
..is ....l .*jv*...f.. five ( IS) dol. Banks bankers persons firms or fur a period of not more than three auccs in buildings fitted up for such I, S. P. Mays. City Jerk of the
..." ..."*..,.t or brokers doing a banking business, I of Live .
palmist I City
with months, or by both such fine and Imprisonment purpose, shall be allowed to give as Oak Florida do ber
.. ........... .., MT fifty ( $SO) whether stock Incorporated of five or hundred not, tbou-a at the discretion of the I many performances' in such building by certifly that the foregoing Ordl,
.. e.++s.ts of deeds of capital hundred!' Major. Foundries. not connected with or theater an they wish on payment I ance No. 63 was regularly passed BJ iI
s+s.lrs ,... 4 aur. and fifty sand dollars. or over one five ( $5) dollars the: City Council on the 10th day f .
i! machine .bop!!, ; I of a license tax to the city of twenty- I *
!* 4II fie. r ..l.ioo m!r- dollars. less ice factories, including cold storage five ( $25) dollars per annum, and September A. D. n07, and the *a..
a.. t !- 4'4Ur*. dealers in Leas than $500.000 and not plants connected therewith and the I provided that this section shall not I is hereby certified to the Mayor C w
fIIt4 1''*t"e." ... .. ten than 250000. $.5: less than $250.- I his
..... r rri r* 1100000. $25; right to tell at wholesale and retail ai-plj to ]' cal amateur performances. i
"i*tie 4.al.r. IB clears or 000 and not less than with of ten dayor section I
..... and not less than a capacity tons per Provided further that this Witness my band a4 la*
... l'.- .4*.. >*f .. other licensee less$10.000 than $12.50$100,000; less than $50.000 less. five ( $5) dollars; ten to shall not apply to any hill owned or I I seal of the said pry this
.. h. lars sad fifty cents $7.50. twenty tons per day. seven dollar used by any charitable or fraternal <( +? 4-,..., ,? t rjo., two d II- and not less ttan $10.000 and fifty cents (7.50; twenty t' organization f D. 1807. g. P. MATS.City .
=- ..4 *r. *..{, 11| lot dealers Every Incorporated bank or I thirty tons per day. twelve dollars Traveling picture or book agents I CUra 1I

.. 'ss '...if flf* 1125) dol- bank and every person of business, firm or where company I and fifty cent ( $12.501 ; thirty to Jing business la lad! city shall paya I Examined and approved by B* t,t*

.. .*Wli...-."*.to...rr.at..wteksale meats. ,packed when credits having are opened a place for the deposits or sixty tons per day. 'wenty- re U H tI license tax of ( $5) dollars; projvidtd 1 i I 12U day of September. A. U. 1111,
... that agent '' *fc. sal. of I i I J. B.
.......4s4 t'h asr.. factory, collections ot money or currency su b- I I dollars JOUN8ON. Majory ,

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I ABATE THIS NUISANCE. ity to make a good Governor and he $- -$-'-$-- --- $- $ -a- -i-i-z
would be surprised if his name were
The city authorities of Ocala have
mentioned for tue office; he lives between f
Published every Afteraooa set an example which we would like
Escambia county and the Apalachicola -
Except Sunday.
tQ see followed in Live Oak and every 1
river. If the Sun or any- -
otter incorporated town in the Stata.
one else wants to know who this man I \1
Oil AS. W: IRVIN Editor and M'g'r. The depots at train times are the make Prompt ,
is. we can if sufficiently urged
avorite resorts of Idle negroes. Theyare

.. there in gangs, loafers pure and his identity known. Unless however 'F Liberal Treatment
1 Entered at the Postoffice. Live Oak there is a general demand b: the
. Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter simple, many of tnem vagrants and
who this Absolute
people of the state to know Safety.
November 7. 1905. they have no right to be there. Their !
man Is, we are not going to say :x
presence in such crowds is a nuisance
word more about it." I .1
vo people there on legitimate business
and especially to ladies getting nand In Bradentown Editor L'Engle I

off the trains. Of course no re- purged himself of contempt of Judge

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will bet ,erence is, made to negroes whq are btewarts court and got a change ot If Patrons of this bank speak
mailed to part of the United
any I
at the depot to take the trains meet in the criminal
to Bartow -
State, pastage prepaid for ;5.00 venue
in the terms of
friends or for other highest
f per year: $=.50 for six months; proper purposes libel case against him brought by

$1.25 for three mcaths. or SO cents and we have only in mind that hordeof Graham on the ground that he

lor fire weeks. In advance. Delivered loafers who are there every day couldn't get an impartial jury in f the accomodations they receive j

t to any part of the city by merely to kill time and do the rubberneck -
I Manatee county. {
earner for 10 cents per week. here. : : : : .
act in all its variations. It i
Dade county was a f I E
The result in
------- --- is both against the rules of the rail-

!i If the program Is being carried road companies and the laws of the surprise to the prohibitionists. They

out anticipated they are threshing were defeated by a majority of four
as State and city, and the Democrat

1 1 oat all the facts and fancies of "the voices the general wish in asking which is nothing for the other side I

f great consplracj" down in Tampa to-; hat the law be enforced as to these I to brag about. .In this case he who NATIONAL I

: day and the criminal libel case of! .dlt>rs and vagrants. A few arrests laughs lag\ will'laugh best, for the J fIRST BANK

,. Messrs. Knight and Stovall against will break up this business: right prohibition sts c'claim 6 have dS+- ,
t I
t Editor L'Engle growing out of tho{e away and we reproduce the follow- covered se< nte i 11 /gal votes and C
famous alleged telegrams Is being ng from the Ocala Star of Tuesday they J 'e go ngto tKe the, matter into .

:,1 !' tried. It is a strange case, in which :o Ehow the war they do it down coilrt. Whery then is a clear

; there seems to be confident affirmation lucre: case of\ illegality thU of course, 1 Live Oak:, Florida.

r on one side of the anthenticIty "There was a lively time in the should be do /, for/ illegal votes II

I I of the telegrams and equally confident major's court this morning and the should never/ e remitted to defeat '

denial on the other. Even if acting mayor, Mr. John D. Robertson the will ova majority, but there
the validity of. the dispatches is assessed fines aggregating $100 should be no earnest on mere technical f

; established we don't see that Messn.r and costs. There were eight vagrancy -; grounds. / i

r Knight and Stovall committed any --S- '-1!. '-s. ii>-$-ft-it a <
cases, all colored, and four
The Tampa Tribune exults immensely -
---- --- -- -- -
offence against law In sending them.
other cases some for fighting and I because it has discovered In VISIT THE FOPULAR HEALTH ANJ PLEASURE RESORT
some 'plain drunks.' The tf
th negroes called "The A ericauFarmer"
a publication ;
!( ; Speaking of that remarkable and were gathered in from the Atlantic .
some strong words of praisefor DOWLING PARK
t Incomprehensible reprieve of the oast Line depot platform at train
: 4 the hams made from the razor-
1 negro rape fiend in Jacksonville flue yesterday afternoon. There are \
back hog and thinks it has u,
t under sentence of death the Times- >Ig notices posted on the platform "WAT DOAN UPOM THE SUWANNFE" RIVER"
finally and forever cornered on the
t Union rays: "Until better informed uforming the public that loitering is 1f
1 ,!j issue. You can get any sort of testimony Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages ,
i we can oily believe that the Gover- gainst the law. Vagrancy is a state
on any side of any issue from
nor is opposed to the death penalty )ffense, and )jet for months past it "
under all circumstances." The same .as been almost impossible for a exerts writ'I'I WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND
er in the Farmer
thought occurred to us in trying to ady to get in or out of the depot at PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.ETC

; discover some motive behind the re- .rain time for the idle negroes standng I no more about the Florida razor-back i R RATES REASONABLE l7 u FSCOnyECT10MATtYEOAKiWTMALLTR Ilr itt f
I than the rest i* u4 perhaps tot a-; _ &
prieve. But If the Governor is con- around. These men yesterday I
much. 1\Is dofWful It he ever saw I
scientiously opposed to the death sere asked by the officers if they ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWblNG PftRK. FLORIDft LIve o'K4 i
one of tb m. n what he wrote : .

.1 it penalty and, for that reason uses his vere going off on the train, if they may have b en Deceived second-baud I --- >'-_________ -- -

I executive power to defeat the sentence :lad just arrived, if they had anj- ... i +11 I {+++I : i :MHMM. I front some t r source. But no
of the law we don't see how he :hing to do, or, if the,} were looking t
f matter for him nor what he says;
can make such action consist with "or anything to do and negative an-
our original contention stands goodas
I his oath of, office. But be has permitted .wens being received to all questions | ABrandNewStockofDrugsIN
i to the gaunt, squalid and well-
others to be executed during hey were locked up for loitering
nigh fleshless creature we decline
I tis term 'of office and that would agrants. Wherever a man gave the .,.
to praise and whose meat is tough
seem negative the theory of opposition affirmative answer to any of the
stringy and flavorless for the excel- i THE
to the death penalty. Under bove questions he was not taken In.
I lent reason that the poor thing is
all the.circumstances we think that Acting Major Robertson thinks that
strictly "on the hog" all its life long
the Governor, as he has done on other sill hold them down for awhile. | NOAByrd Building
occaftws, 'ih'uld and has had no opportunity to ta\o ,.
go outside of official
on decent flesh All Florida hogs are ,{
forms and tell the people why TKIJj IS illS NAZI.
not razorbacks and the razorbacks I ON HOWARD STREET. Phone 220.
he has
I I up the execution of this i
Jacksonville rape fiend. And now the Pensacola Journal, themselves, when fed regularly and

nsI)red by the example of Henry : treated fairly, make good meat. Th's! f

.Vatterson in discovering! an avail, we lave never denied, and the were A new firm. The most carefully select

Tom Watson, up in Georgia sends ble Presidential candidate whoselame point we have insisted on all along J ed stock. Phone orders promptly filled.
out loud
a plaint that, what with editIng '
he refused to give, has located was that this neglected animal needed

his magazine and keeping up withmany n ideal candidate for Governor. lies only better treatment, sufficient
other engagements, he la doIng Prescriptions ;*; Carefully :=: Compounded
out in West
the Florida somewhere, feet!. etc., to develop into a decent
work of four
men. We don't
Lput the Journal won't even go as far bog. As he is, without that treatment ,
doubt it, for Tom is a bundle of I
I is Watterson and tell us whether or be is fit neither to adorn the I I

I I nerves and strenuous to the last de ot he has a mustache. Give us hi>, landscape nor the larder and noth + ;; Competent Druggists. Fresh Drus I I

utterly gree. But unwise how and foolish how surely it Is, must how' same by all means. We are eager InB Is surer than that no Smithfiel ':e; i We solicit your patronage.. : : : : : : : I i iI

o meet such a paragon and to begin ham '--'-
te the ever came from such a grotesqi' pay heavy penalty for
imposing +
.t once, the tuneful and joyous workf libel on a civilized: hogDISCRIMINATE..

i himself such!. unnatural A man of rare burdens force upon and > singing limits his of our praises sworn to circulation the uttermost i i | utie Crescent Pharmacy ]

ability he undoubtedly is, but under F t
1 .et the whole State press, backed ,
such pressure not only" III he breakdown -<
JY'ox Populi himself, meet the i
: prematurely, not only is he ; L/va Oak .ft/or/da.
onditiocs of the Journal and send i.i 1f.
: robbing himself of all the joy of living YOVARE
1 general demand to know who thi t f. ,
but with mind and nerves

strained to such abpormal limit, hIs \dmirable Critchton is. Now don'e s't .t 111 11 H+++11111111111111111 .+till"tI..lllllllltt
ell us. that Albert tSvPER
Jennings is the --:: ,
unable to give the public the best t0 - ----- -- -
that is in him and the quality, of h!* nan. for that would be trifling with ++t II ****it > HI 1 11 Hili I H I HI I M U t Mi I H.111111..** fI

tc! dear people, as Albert has declined .;:
work must Inevitably suffer. Ani

: this has become conspicuously true to run. The Journal sajs"The : rt. 5 i f The German Bakery

of Tom Watson. With nerves habit Tallahassee Sun calls Ion;. ,!

I 'oudly, and agonizingly for a candi- + ;
I ually On edge and the machinery of
atc for Governor who stands for the | A BRAN NEW INSTITUTION.
mind and body both overtaxed, profound I b the selection of your personal effects
rigtt things and who"
can The
discontent and chronic irritation whether apparel or jewelry you will
Tournal can name a man who would t I Bread Rolls Pies Cakes
have settled upon him and he! appreciate the ULTRA EXCLISITCXESS of and j i
I carry Vest Florida and with West
has become a common scold whoa? '
'I Florida's prestige behind him the J and all the
fine jnental powers are wasted in THE products of a first-clas bakery.
I balance of the
ought to be
mere acrid: criticism incessant complaint I antis- :% Fresh Every Day. Courteous treatment
with" him. lIe is
a politician
and continual impugning of I \E' vas never so far a* we know: | will be accorded all. Your patronage solicited 1'z
the motives of others. Of strong
run for once; 1ae has
clear original! thinking, creative 1 always stood
or a square deal between I j J. .
coroorat'ons ,
work helpful to his fellows, be is and the II I Proprietor.
people, usualh5'viog i i.tr
giving us very little and the faultIs let
the people the behest of an:: us present the newest t

la his eager effort to solve more doubt that tRay have existed, be has models for your inspection **H-M"M'i n+m 1111 +11..11111111++m u MI i m 111 ttf ;{

prob:ems tt an one mere mortal can -!ways been for prohibition, and b We carry a1! otter makes
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take on all at the same time. M r. not a recent convert to the Idea; hIs also Cur Rear ; : > *'; &*+>>V !

Watson has undertaken too much what would probably be called a ;i V1/I2. SELL. NOTHING EXC[=FAT
i' ccmjlcte. n and :
oor man, although he has been sec usRADFORIJ. :
and the world will hearken better this sue Health and Accident Insurance. ,\
oessful in his own business and sup .
counsels if he will lighten his load %orted his family comfortably : Annual Sen"i-Annu, Quarterly or Monthly Premium

and cleanse his system of its exces 'irobably could not be Induced,to run PITTS & Met WEN, General Agents, LIVE: OAK, FLAy .

sire acids I for the office, though he has the abil The Jeweler P. S.We need a few more good Agents in North Florida. tf
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I Will llair l rfa be city today from I Miss Sallie Tay/or left this morn I I nine or ten cases have been continued

asll.say. I Ir ing for MontfceJio, where she will Jor; Sale for one cause or another one mistrial

visit relatives aYd friends for the I has been made five acquittals and The Doctor

I c c?.Pi*. of Perryvis reglster- il ilat next few week ---- | nine convictions have been the resultof

tbs E'"ltoJ',. the trials since the session opened
Afo R. L. Whltrfwent'to Jacksonville We offer at a bargain,
Monday. Judge Carter has not an- Knows
I ( "'.{Bil, Jr.. of Lancaster I Ifts i' today to bu\A stock of fruit and a six room cottage with nounced the fines in but one or two
trading load of woos J\He will also have his
a iody. ;| modern conveniences
: on of the cases. Charlie Doser was con- ----

\ ;- eyes treated yy Ux. Drew while there. south Ohio Most, victed this morning on the charge '
1. a \\'aW f f Mayo. Is a guest of avenue.
selling liquor without license, and than anybody else
fW.l wen The Democrat tenders its congratulations desirable residence sectionof BETTER what to do in illness tUC
the Jury also returned a verdict 01
-4. ...- to Mrjumd Mrs. George K. the If
city. you are guilty in the case of Jas. Foster
[WANTED TO H&XTfive or Porter, Jr., npoAthe arrival of a fine often knows how to preventlittle'
contemplating purchasinga charged with aggravated assault. : HE troubles from developing -
louse In a desirable local boy baby at tlfeir\Jiomo last Sunday.
tee home in Live Oak The regular Jury drawn for the i into serious affairs.
Apply at Live Oak Drug Co. come <
l first week of court 4as followsC.
I The west bound Seaboard broughtIn up to our office and let as Up does not have to guess and
W. Miliy D. At. Jenkins huf IS IIU experiment-if he is a good
I IP T il'lmff went to Branford two extra car sthWmornlng. They show this
J\ you place.EDWARDSREALTY Griffin J. C CrJwkl, J. W. High: doctor and knows his business.
i swryBi: on buslness.AA.a will be 'fte the Suwannee .
/ j I J. n. Stew rt, JA/ Ejrfson. R. R.
Rifles used meat at Pensa-: tkr to are ttiedoctorand
llcRP/ald. of Jacksonville cola. Green J. B. Carmilchaely F. Tum- bringSuwannee

Slw mond W IL (ted Txnd J. L. Had your prescriptions here.
,..iItenod I jthel today. CO. :
John Williams, Green Meeks .\. //
lQ: At the prewjrx rate in which the --
11. C ) i of McAlpin, was in Landen T. L. IVacockVind R. Hearst

'a 1.II.rd a business.T were among tbeynuiVbdr of delegates Lewiri Building, Room 3. cases are be jig disposed the buslne-
for the term will be completed by tae
leaving jesterday\for the associationat
J, r GilUhvM McAi 1n. Is la they Jennings.G. Phone No. 44. end of the week.

Sheriff Rickerson Is reported some
| today ou If illness.
- -- better today but his illness hag -
II. Dorman, falter Ambrose prevented Drug Company }
biUi l- him from being in attendanceat
C II Crows iiade a Mrs. D. J. Adrm:* aVd Miss Helton

to Uri |ord yesterday. were among the Delegates leaving THE BON TON, court this week. 1

J I dil I:: II ]iiUil: !! IIlp!! II ill
esterday afternoorinor the Baptist New line Voil skirts.
Rte'.: madA a business tripN'r Woman's Club.
_ ,- : \J
f; Association. New line latest shaped corsets.
, I New line silk, lace dress trimmings in Tlie Woman's Club will meet Sat

1) J. :<:111":1d T. M. lancer came braid lace vands applique dress urday at the Library room at throetf y
I w.1i: Webb, of Daker's Mill, is lu goods. Red Band BrandChocolates
in yesterday! and ft on the after- .
to4v 00 builne Standard Patterns Fashion Sheets. h
floor train f*r jj wiings. They are The subject for day will beAnglp.

delegates froVi>heir church to the: MRS. C. W. CACHE, Prop. Englist hist ry
Qli C lr and wife, of Dowling
Baptist Association. Program:
A n la the city yesterday. n o Il
t Line or Ue)}st lation. The Demo- "Tn /Uepiircband _Alfred the .

Mrs. B. J. Maje and two little Great" fMs, a..ee Humphreys.o'clock. .
JoIns --
crat Eiany
J" friends in
t yda, t lne Grove, Is in con-
children left wbttumy afternoon for gratu'a Io .Saiopo y"-Mrs. W. C.
alas tra [. r
their home inTaiapfe../ Mrs. Mayes l-t. White. I ,f I __ M

L *. aylor, of Grover, Is in town has been the auelb-fyr her parents, I). E. Uarnett, representing Henry Disco,* s>ion 1y members, Jed by

Nsloeas. Mr.week.and Mrs. S. KJM/es' for the past Willanrs Cojnedians, is in the city Miss Wi :flel The best made at.

---r--- today, maVurs I preparations for the CurrentyEventa--Members.

L O, a of Rock Cut Is a coming oLfhe company* next week. All mymbers are earnestly requested 15c and30cib.
Dr. Fredetick Pa/co, editor of the I
tw ty toda,. rIley w/fl Apen the season here bf to be present.C. .

.. Christian Ad\ocat6, is home again B. FARRELL Pres.
---- -- a sejj&s of biJls Thursday, Friday and

via J, J/Mllifter' of O'Brien, after an absenop/of several weeks in Saturday nlg ts with a matinee oa r

lam! New York andAlloston, visiting his A Sew ;
w Iras toopplng. Saturday afte oon. ; Grocery Store. For Lowneys
XIf sons. The Hoctor enjoyed the trip Agents
-"'-- We have opened up a first-class! r
greatly and /omes ark full of vigor ,
| fcrBB and wife of !tOSliI. -
The Epwo 'th League will enter- grocery and market in the new
ft j** the city today, shopping. to take up bis editorial work.B. .
ttiu tomorr w evening at the residence MeCullough Block.1 Our stock is + 1

/ ot Mr and Mrs. Geo. Wolfe ia. fresh, and c/ir market flc t-clasi.

4. l tOM, one of our Suwannte J. Adams, of Perry, and Miss honor oflprogram 11, Y. P. U. A nice Call and inspect/ 9ir/ >>. Fresh f TO Pfl

dilkas, U In town today. Pacia Mills, of lh Tiger Lake/ settle h. been arranged and avery I fruits arrive!daUTarfn
ment, were happilV mar yesterday -
enjoy? ,}re time is anticipated. bought at hvs est ri afternoon At theVesititn/e of Rev. :
The of the I your chickens a A'-eggs. All orders
young town and
1.1 gliam$ and wife. of I>aiIB T. E. York. ItftwasYiiftara surprise
I have prompt *U jtion. Free delivery
us tht city today shop- to manAof their\njenys is the bride strangers are especially invited to f f TOOK Managu-
attend. I to all parts of the city. Phone 138 and Owner
t / was on r way as legate to the I
I for what you need.
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Suwannee flap ssociation at
U. Cs a traveling salesman Jennings. he g couple came ....iii,..t of the rriailikil ix iut Tuda)'. ;i DAVIS:: GROCERY CO. I IWi

4 U In town today on in to Live Oa i i diately after the ne Crlminll Aoutfs fast cIea-- \ e is the man who doesn't take dLEYSIIONEYA.'m'Ii

/ ceremony and lei over the Coast ing up the docVol JA/lhe term. Some'1.1 ,.' :>:1.:1 a cl atiie acquaintance i (us the ceuQh: a.eI 1..l.1ua, !

ills [t a. traan drummer fort I ---- -- - "f-

+ *.. S berc today on busiI I I'" ; ;; ;'" "' ''''' '' .. .. '" e.

., BETTER 6C0DS FOR SAVE LCNEY, Emporium Store N' vse SAME JO'O' FOR LE'Y t I t

#rS (k ft and. her daughter, I I

.\t to Jacksonville yes- 1 -,TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1907. L. \m'ilIlO, 1"1 rk tor. PHUSE 15:1.: FREE DEUVERY

1.C } s, of Falmouth came '
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tk& loway this of fine tailored Preparation for the heavier I Just word about our !shoe de-
morninnalssss : New shipment Correct in style and making-efoe I s

suits. No two alike. Coats are loose, dreueg must now begin in earn these i rinenU_ wouldn't be here. parlBfteet a t
(St. You will shop wisely and The "Ultra" line for women has
semi and tight fitting: short medium I Under regular price: merely because hL

Wsike r ocean for C. W. and long lengths. Alterations free. well If you get the needed dress it's oar way of dol"". Women given better satisfaction than anyshoe

fiat trip to Dow- We guarantee a perfect fit. Roods bere. and girls sfcoeld provide the fall BM- ue ever bandied. We carrya '

: Pitt y, Just now we are aW to offer complete line of shoes and Ot-
tome this week an-d ....ld get it I
. excellent new fabrics, in the far fords for ladies children and in-
. here.
. w. Miielle and daughter, ored shades, at prices that urgaecenonftCaUy. taais. See our lpc; of school ;
, olla. of Wellborn, were in I Inclined women to CO.\TS. sbsss before buying elsewhere. :

yesterday, ihopping.s share in the bargains. h .

54-inch broad cloth all color, 0
Woaaa's .
t kmg e iti-tMM ef atyk.Broad
& formerly of this at 9Sc a yard. 0
cloth ladle clot, Kenejrand
I t DOW of Dowling Park is 36-iach brtallantia at IS eta.

t0a* mixtures IB black, browm, ,
yIs hopping. 36-iach voile at $l.H. gr y

r f Pasama, all colon. 6te to carter and tans. Loose ad fitted

t> Buse a nee agent for t I $L56. models. EKqaialtely tailored. Beat 1 jl/
, s Com
f! as, Is in the city Flannel outlaws, aoiras, liftigi and tria.l.... All sizes in ,
: late at of the comp i isilks
: gingnaou, chambry sal one style or another. Prices, $6.:;0

. 4I domestics will be found ia large to >9*.-0 t. See the %ia ow d'.r rbl! (..

J C&1 A. 0,1I quantities and very close prteM.
. std and wife, rt 1
dlsa, m'm\.\XTS.
t + a g is of the Ethel -- -r'
y' Tte b.vlulS. I
s on ,their way to'Dowl'ng COMFORTS:: AND BLANKETS.::
Itoa U We still have a large aii OI tIll' n'
ring:, ...
a Chiffon pa-m:and toile skirt i bid 'ou sleep warm last oght .
i.lll: end of .tne
R'.n;hams.rhambri. nua- tl
J' p brown and blue, plain and Let us show you come good values ilOYS OVKKCOATS.
in black '
r ib. p i\al and table linon Vri *>- ;
Park, spent n neatly trimmed. One of a style. in blankets 7;:}c to $3.Ot ti a pair f \ lave a suall line of boysovercau

city Mr. Platt is'' il Prices 54.50 to $20.00. No chargefor \ Comforts. $1,25 up. J3,50 to1- .re Itrfs thau wholesale at the pro- 4 to 12 years sizes,1

e flaptlst Association alterations. the best down comforts. I Ient market: prices $3.50 up.
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GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases pro6ae*|
:. chased today m/ uu you a sick spell tomorrow.

The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy : I CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTH gALL

College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for t OTHER MEDICINES FAILED
all graduates. ; Airs. W. A. WhhewetU Emory Tex.,
writes: "My child had chill and lent
for four yetrs. We tried all kinds of
medicines,aDd finally ta acquaintance of
nine recommended Herbiae. Wt 11"
$50CH$7s5PSand: I : three bottles, aDd the child is BOW coa
$40 $90 pletely eur d. You hare my permissive
to publish this testimonial as I cheer
full recommend Ilerbine to all mothers
.. baring children afflicted as mine."


Corner Ohio A\enue and Omrer Strwt SOLD AND RECOMMENDED: a1

1,. )1. IIXITOX <;. *. KTKPIIKNs.: t Suwannee Drug Company.
I President and Proprle-tor. l"rmdll8l. t
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I Husband-Have Dace for you It. beard thatthey're I Live Oak M'f'g. Co. : 1

going to s art a museum of I Jamestown
antiquities here
Wife--So? Then I can give them Manufacturers of I

this bat of mine!-MeggendorferBlactter.
Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights IT IS COMPLETE IH EVERY DEPARTMHT. !

Henry E. Jones, of Tampa. Fla., Power and Turpentine.Electric I | The War Path Air Naval
rites: "I can thank God for my pre- :=: Ship, :-: : fefi

sent health, due to Foley's Kidney Lights in any part of the city furnished for I i

J Cure. I tried doctors and all Kinds Residence or Business Houses at a verb reasonable rate. will interest and instruct you IX net '
of kidney cure, but nothing done me I
much good till I took Foley'a Kidney Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing fail to go at once. For beautifully illustrated

t' Cure. Four bottles cured me. And 1 folder containing maps, dbcnp-

, :' have no more pain In my back and \ Wholesale purposes. and retail Ice-out of City orders have I tive matter, list-of hotels etc., write to
shoulders. I am 6: years old and special i

suffered long: but thanks to Foley's 1 attention, and all orders promptly filled. I !
Kidney Cure I well and can FRANK BOYLSTON
am ,
We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and
walk and enjoy myself. It is a 'I
pleasure to recommend It to those flooring. Come and get our prices.
District Pass. Agent Jacksonvillefi
s needing a kidney medicine. City --- ----
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.I' Pharmacy. oct-dw' He Would. I Its Good Point. I i i t

"Always be hopeful and honeet." "Do you think that the session of j :

Was a Promise. "You bet I'll need to be." congress was a success?" I! ATLANTIC COAST LINE

Policeman-That's your wife, and "What?" "Itas," answered Farmer Corn-: t

I beard her threaten to go home to "Hopeful if I am hontt"-Nasa- tossel. "a great success. It didn't do .
her mother. ville American.If i i THtf LINE.
any damage. -Washing SHORT THROUGH CAR i
Oldboy-Why, my friend. I ton Star. 1 3

wouldn't consider that a threat.- you take Debi itt's Kidney and 01.tt .

. Uoseleaf Bladder Fills you wilt fet prOR;)},t etaoiu hrdlu mfwyp bgkqj bgkqj Km
t relief from backache, weak kidneys Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrupis It M II 11111111111111111 ttt till. IIII II 1111111'"

.\ Criminal Attack Inflammation of the bladder and II a safe, sure and prompt remedy for

f On an Inoffensive citizen is frequently -I urlnar troubles .\ week's treatment coughs and colds and is good for

I made in that apparently useless -I for 23 cents. Sold by Ll\-e Oak every member of the family Sod by I SEABOARD

r little tube called the "appendix." Drug Co. Live Oak Drug Co. oct-dw I

t It's generally the result of protracted oct.dw.1 !

t, constipation, following liver torpor. I1U Weak !pot. Genius prevents a man from doing 'II Airline Railway. I
So i ii
poor Bill's gong baa he? How '
Dr. New Life I the
, King's! Pills regulatethe wrong thing at the right time. ;
did he die?" I ,
i liver, prevent appendicitis, and 1 .
j I establish regular habits of the bowels, "Three.to"Poor too of cement Ml OH buchet. I 1h. Vitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills I ; Savannah, Columbia Camden, Southern P j

S tic at Rarclay & Groover drug f.l1f'r He relieve backache weak kidneys and ': : Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Kalti oc+ .
store. oct-dw* always WM lntmmatioa of the bladder Sold Philadelphia and New York
teak .
there.harper'Ye 'lily. .
by Liu- Oak Drug Co. oct-d**

Avenoo His-Peelings.Mrs. You say. he detest Out of Sight. Many a man thinks he is bOOMing i j + TWO ELEGftNT TRfllNS DAILY
Out of right, "
out of mind
is an a wife, when !
his wife cordially? as a matter of fact ihe
old baying which applies with special does the
Mrs. De Scussit-Yes, he hates the choosing.
t \ery ground she sued for divorce on. forte to a tore, burn or wound that's r : : Seaboard Express Seaboard
; I -Puck. been treated with Ilucklen'srn tea IK?\\'ill's CarboalMKl Witch Haze | I
Sulu- It's out of sight, out of mind Sake ht
good for little burns and big i
and out of existence. Htog too and barns. swell ..
scratches | '
or bruises
.t.h11 Modem Pullman '
No home is s o pleasant, regardless : Kqu:; I
disappear under its bealtaginfluence. hies; UDft Sold by Live Oak DI-. I : :
of the comforts that money will ; 1
by ItercUy & ('omym n? :
buy as when the entire family is in I
Grouter drugeists. 25Are 0l-t-d1A' Od4'I
{ perfect health. A bottle of Orino ----- I The Jamestown I
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, Htteg uo frfteea cents a da> i if I 14
fixative Fruit Sjrup costs 50 cent. \ .
: 'o
are tnaiMed with dyspepsia.
It will cure every member: of tue there any talking taschl. I j I NORFOLK. VA. I Ii
family of constipation( sick head
in this flat A Quod. Excursion It Di f fFor
ache or stomach trouble. City Pharmacy I Tickets on S"
"Six of them. Four married a&d This u to certify that all druggist:; i .
oct-dw two single."-Detroit Free Press. are authorized to refund your
full information "'"
and Sleeper r+s er. '
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to': of Seaboard or write,
Possibly it may not have occurredto Take something now and then ta cure !
your cough of cold. It .
you that there is more craft on help the btomach. Kodol will do this the cough heals the lungs and pro-1;i JI S. C COYLSTON, JR., As-st. Genl. 1''aw \.

land than there is on the sea. It I; a combination of natural dicttauts teats serious results from a cold, ', I III t t, It' III. I J IIII1 I I :J Tit I !l t t t" I J

and vegetable acids and con Cures la grippe cough and prevents! \

Foley'g Kidney Cure will cure any tains the same juices found In a hen pneumonia and consumption. Contains Have --o-; ....
you anything sell? Do you W .l
rase of kidney trouble that is not beyond thy stomach. It is pleasant to take. no opiates. The
genuine id in : Have you "lost" or IIfound"anJ CAn .
medical aid. City Pharmacy It digests what you eat Sold by LivejOah a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. '

oct-dw* Drug Co. oct-dw City Pharmacy oct-dw'l;:I 'ad, in the Daily will meet jour ilea'.

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B Proof'" "" & Sn IjheCompari'jonProve I the Teacher largest city Geography.(of on geography the Ohio river.Name lIve Oak, Perry &: Gulf R. R. Co.

Shaggy-haired Pupil-Cincinnati: ;
but It ain't on the Ohio river only I The Mineral Springs Route.

part of the time. ,
Teacher-Indeed! Where is It the wane soweD LAST SOUND

-a.GOlr> + rest of the time! i Zat Clue FIRST CLA88 Ct'IwlI'L}: t hIilT CLIII h1 class

Shaggy-haired Pupil-In it E i V E
Fit Y'rt E F F}mil Frt Yet
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Napoleon Bonaparte MA.M, A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.MP.M

yourself showed at the battle of Austerlitx. flatly ex Sun Sn n Sun D ea Sun STATIoNS iD ea D e' Sun SuR unllDaily axLoft
only Snn only _{ can nn ly enly'only Senda7t
be was the greatest Leader in the -
t 1.e Lye Lve ve Lve L.e L.e ;Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar
I world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has
7 4.11 lo'' 8 4011 1 2 t s 0, .....Dye Oak, t10 ii71r; 25 6
:shown the. public it is the best Lini- 9 % 11 30I S SK 11 bn. 2 1S 19 .Starr. .... ,i00611 3a 557 8 42 (q S '
s 1411 3&' 9 t2 tl 2 ? 62;. ; ''le 01 11 23 5 S37356 1 S 7!
Particular ment In the world. A quick cure for e 15 I t 40'' 9 06 J 1 SP 2 2: S 2T Platt...... 55511n, 510 634' 360 5 YF
8 3s. 11 a, 9 1" ll 48 25) b ....Lancaster... 94 112 612 $ 335 510 !
Rheumatism. Sprains, Burns Cuts, 100
9 00'i' Z5 9 11 4 4j 510. 35 .. Dowling Park
etc. A C. Pitts. Rodessa. La., says: { S .9 11 2 1' 5 8 14'' 3 U 3 40
I 9 0612 s0 9 1! 02 4 (4 S 4 5 3SiChancey ... y r7 1 5 6 OSi s os Z l:
1"1 use Ballard's Snow Liniment in my 9 10 L: 936 L' le 4 11 5 S 45 Mayo Junction.. 19 Pi 1 2 S la 8 W 3 o0. 3 os92N1 1
people whose pride and name and family and find it unexcelled for sore ( 41 600 .Silo.Iay. 99iI 4. 51 256
i 9 3x1 9 17
I 420 6 0 t. 9 7i l S w Z 48a
..Townsend. .
I chest, .headache corns, in fact for 10 Ii 4 ,6. 10 mith .' 9 32 S 01 2 40,
haveeferred 1
into their stationery 4 4i Z5 8 4710 14 4 2
in product .
ide goes "
10 10 s.2 Fe hoIloway 07j
anything that can be reacted: by a S Ol 6 4 829 9 Ss 4 2
l0 t0 5 1 7 Perry 6 l 9 Mt is
for 150f
Coupon Bond lirrespective price liniment. Sold by Suwannee Drug 10 55 IIi t 5 7 1 i Hampton Sprinys. 6 06 9 00 1

fifteen years. I I Co. oct-dw MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. 1 1f

'cr Not th: cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care- I His Comment I'I'I ,rMj'' I P.M Lye I i 'P.M Lye'' ''P.M Ar P.M Ar P.M Ar

{ 1 It'' : 5 4S ... MaJoJIIMt Z 800 1Mli24
and I
' 1 raaHods that make for firmness pcrminance area Mrs. Haymow (home from church) -- -
7i(5&{ ; ; ... .. ..... .. 5i li@Z
I Del. 1 T 4040I2
[ uuclln nuking -/J\)nQfp)f.P Tpf nflp[ )) Its beau- Half-past! Goodness gracious! 1 Il'L 6 02 .. .. .. -P..t.................. 1 44 T 4-t 13Z
l; and its remarkable! toughness and crac- I thought that new minister would 1 006 12 j 6 01 ...... .Slayo.. .......... 1 735 220I
J color texture, "'
but the de I II I never finish his sermon. lIe stam- -f05\-I \ Z 40' i i 6 17 ... .. .. .. .Alton_.. ........ t 30 731) 2 15
ataxies! nuke it only a distinctive paper- A MPM, A.M P.M rM PM P.Mi A.M AM P.M P.M P.M P.M P V
| mered an* stuttered an' coughed an' ,
; ,ii incomparable paper for all business correspondWrite D exiD! ex.Sun gun !Sn 11. ex Sun I D. cnn Sun Sun SlIn D ex D ex
your letters so that they will compel a read- sneezed an' h'med an' hawed an repeated :Sun u. (IOn 17 Only Only Sun Ooly un Oa y Only Only Only Sua Sue
himself till I though I'd have "I
-wr.tc them on T 711119'1511113\+ { \ 2 12 14 6 16 4 8
a conniption fit. f

i Mr. Haymow (who is somewhat
Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and
s Regular stop.
3gV [Q) I
@MtP@NJ unorthodox-An' yet they say them Atlantic Coast Line. For further information as to schedules and connectionscall

fellers practice what they preach.- on any ticket agent.

:5 Tfurt tl''tl their appeal and to reflect the standing ; Puck. J. LEE EXSHJX, President. 1:. I1. HOPKINS. Traffic Manager. 1

:: ]t3Plat- st4lM'" J@fi nrarO'1\f1 ( 'N1[ ) costs i .

IIt1an lQJ\WU\J othpr Lest We FLORIDA RAILWAYTime

i It t '.* -hut no other bond poper wL \.. t e i 1
torget--Daby is restless, can't slep at
!' night, won't eat, cries spasmodically. Table No. 20

... .. American Writing Co. ;i .\ bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge
.t:. .t;arts.-.r. Paper !: never fails to cure. Every mother Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30. at 12.01 A. M.. 190..
s.Mrlatrge'tMannfaetareNofthe" be I
4' .. ..". (.ml' should give her baby White's Cream SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE
t --- -- ---- -
nien-ial l'ai>er in the \VwrM. -
:. .:::
4' j Vermifuge. So many times when SL'AD DOWN cISTRAL TIllE. aCNs. pI
J 29 Pthls.! HOLYOKE MASS.
____ the baby is pale and fretful, the 3 I Na ?Iw 4
i..r1F0t' ) LI"I I Local
mother does not know what to do. Daily No..1 FreghtExcept

--- ---- -I! ,\ bottle of this medicine would bring t aondav. I F."l't'e r,I.,ait. I' Dalyliveflak IDa.1y.. ,cu.n Ex

1.10:f AL CARDS. color to his cheeks: and laughter tot 00.. OIl 4311 .. ._.._.._._ _.. ... .._.......Ar.(1( e4/ao/S.
l ttM LATEST, NEW ORIGINAL his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by 1 2u a mj! t t I II m [.................____...tS+rtrr___ ._. ... I.v. lei 311 a ... 5'" P.pin.
......... .....
1 40 a t 5.; pm 1. .._. ._..__M 1..1..1":0 am. 18
Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw MY a snl'I i e8 pm t.v. .--...-..- --- '_' Kirlrllrrod....._..._... ._..... ......L..jIO 1. a 1ft t 40 It It mT m

)I, t'1YN.1w. Picture PostcardsAny o 2 h1) : ::1 : 2n 19 ;:: :y:::::::::::::::::::::::.=.WilYwarth WSmanh.:::::=: ::.:::.:. ..:::::Ar.:.){ 9 '; : m m : ;: :: jj j

..... ... .... ._ ._. .. .
Hit I Dilciimut.Doris '9 tI5 a mi: i !4 P 1ft L. su.-Ri..r._ ......_.L..I 'Ii a 1ft 4 Ii pm j jj

r.aateh i Made View to ,Order Anywhere For -What is the time, please. I. 11 11 l0 Z 14;G 6 ................... ...i; j

...i 1 IH._N : AND : ntn E Half A Cent Each grandpa'The professor (absent-mindedly) I. 1Z I[Z I xi 1 0 tli I i liliiililllffflli( .............il... i IIII1 !I

_"L frr..ULTI&S. : Copied from any photograph or print forwarded -I'm afraid I can't tell you my ..... .
to us with the order. Name of party ordering '2 ... .
|i will be imprinted on each card. publisher with !' dear My watch has been sayingi i 12 i to 50 ..._. .. i
1:. BROOM, J I addr_ Postcards reproduced and delivered j i 12:15 for some time, but, unfortunately -
within 10 days from receipt of order and
copy I I don't know when it stop- Luraville Branch
description of scene-for which a maximum of 50 '
words is allowed. Phetoaunile and :'hotot) e ped.--Punch. Cethteen 1.11 ra\iIIt' and Vi iI Dlarl h.
wtnr 4 COUNSELOR AT LAW. Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed without 1
charge in return for name and addreiu of partyrequesting I -- West I I East .
UTK OAC FUORIDA. A Mot Worthy Article. owId. tttwnd.y0 .
specimens. writen on any kind of a .
-U..airs ttx Stato. Spec Picture Postcard or our business stationery Iva When an article has been on the i 8 50 : ::1{1 Ar.--v .:====::::::..W. 2:::::'.:.:' ..:. "::: __...._...N.. A:1t : :::
.trawls r- .. Conv.,rancM. C llecUonbtk per cent, to 2oO per cent PROFIT Orders I
I .w. Ai bwiMM promptly attend- and Selling"A. "(..Trad Mark lAK-AL. j I market for dears and gala (friends Alton Branch

VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. Exclusive j evedy it Is safe to call this medicine -
I Near rvauc STATB AT LAMB. { year Ht'h\t'\D Mayo and \ton. a
Wholesale Distributor and Manufacturers' Apent :
1 Such is hall ------ -- -
| a worthy one.
[ Jobber,

Photographer. Dvaler. Local Newspaper East west
r'R. Publisher or Printer [WANTED in every city I lard's Horehound Syrup. It positively Round I I Rouoo..

J. W. WEST TRACTWrite town and village.for LIBERAL terms. TEN EXCLUSIVE Handsome COS-Ark. cures coughs and all Pulmonary .: : : mLe mlAr I :::::::::.:::::.:....::..:.::.:.:.:_....:...:..-:::::..Sal.I :::::::. ..::::::.:.:::::.:::::.:::.....:..:::::.Ar. f I tl.0a 11 :

1 Physician and Surgeon. ansas Photosunile and Phototype Picture Pit diseases. One of the best known -------
Trains scheduled to rcrrwct with futurcJ Air 1 ire 'utl tired aid Atlantic Coast Line northbound 1a
cards will be sent to any address on receipt of merchants in Mobile Ala., says: at Live Oak For information "",,ard.rg rater ach'tuks aid tW r tt'txm& apply to
:; Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. FIVE [2c.] STAMPS. T. P Ai'To'''. Fu..riftiet.- Y. HVODWARO..(i K P. A.
'Tor the years my family has not .
Residency at Ethel Hotel American Phototofortype Company i- i
Not Inc. Reproductions for Any Purpose by Any been troubled with the winter coughs ,
He. 1. 1 I
........, N.. S3 or 1M. Process. we owe this to llallard's Horehoun-1 H.RII1FIf

1 ..*M. (Barclay Gruovcr) No. 16. 337 Dearborn St. Chicago. 'Phone Srup. 1 know it bas saved tn\ child \\JRJ. _

Harrison 4691.Maker rea from many sick apcUs." Sold by et
If Ara r. tl Tro.A: +ton S1"ann Drag Co. oct-dw
oO'icture Pcjttmrjs.CuktrphotuStereoggraphs. *
MOWN i THOMASON.N 'a1..oool", riiturr' fur Newspaper Art '
its Grain Flour Meal Grits .
Supplrmentn. Magazine Cover. inserts for Edi' Stuck. Hay, at.f
tionade Lu.... Picturua for Frami.it;. ArtStudor -.
repr-iductioiu for any purpose, in any quantity The Bride (on her honeymoon or anything in the Grocery line. We !
TS1CA NA& SURGEONS, from 1000 up. Write for ratoa. 12-7t Hut why look o blue Freddy You

M& FLORIDA.PAPER 1 know apa has promised he will still have it, or will get it for you.
buy all my frocks.

CRINC The P.rUlegroom (gloomily)-Y"w Ten car loads of Groceries in i i

-.but 1'ra wondering what the dtek- D
ens we'll have to eat-Tbe Tferon. stock. Some of you merchants -

fctwi et wcr wall pa- wise and
Laxative Fruit SyrupPleasant Julius Caesar.ad get save

fill.. tt. H. PI flY, at I a man of nerve but 8tekM>c>s MiU \ from
money by buying ns.
to take ; mark and be became aged before
toffy r ttlltl.
: his time. Sickness is often ('aullt'dby
The laxative. Does -
a torpid liver. Herbl&e will regulate
.. ..,. "..IU.oGlurliCIC. Vidtine Merchants are Cordially invited to make our office their headquarters -
not gripe or nauseate. your liver and give you health. while in the city. i
.m ".- ,
Mrs. Carrie Austin Holloa. Kansas!
.... fem... Cures stomach and liver writes: "I consider Herblee the bEstI .* OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT ..10 ,
-... 1
.. saaa ttt4tlW/at. troubles and chronic con- I I medicine I ever heard of. I am never

** rW RI DA. stipation by restoring the I I Co.without It." Sold by Suwannoe Drug Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. I

P1 LYL i natural action of the stomach I I oct-dw'l I II ..*

': I - --- -
liver and bowels. Ec't'nomiting.! I II

s r'fRftrA R.fu a +ut tltut*.. Price SOo. I "What's. the matter with Titewad'J! d

0 JEWELER I face" I Use the best Brick in the State.IT'S .

I In most cases consumption results ".\ friend gave him a safety razor L

I i and told him that time hl'l
.4 r.fth.rr. on hand from a neglected or improperly every

--- ,- 'reated cold. Foley's Honey and Tar I I shaved he'd Ave... fifteen cents: he'- ,!' MADE BYThe ,

cures the most obstinate coughs and I I been sharing himself night and da: >"

Sir i CLUB prevents tou no more serous than results.the unknown It costs preparations I ever siace."-Hoaston Post Callahan Brick Co., Callahan u Flat

1 and you should insist up- DeWitt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel 1
not icd.
on having the genuine in the yellow Pills. Sold by Live Oak Drug Company -$

Phone 122 packagt. City Pharmacy oct-dw oct-dw ,. W. H. Goodbreud, Live Oak, Fla. Gen'l! Ag,tfor Live Oak. I


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; C :eet $SSS

t J. B. BARTON, Prcsrdcnt.
= H. M. WOOD, Chairman Ha***
E. J. BlUME, Vice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLCR.KT Ci hkr.
D. L BYRD, 2nd Vice-President.
.... -'. xCapital
-"-, and'StockholderS o'Liability, $100,000.00.

I. The Citizens' Bank of Live Oak,

I A Bank of Stability. We Solicit Your BusineiSSSSSSS5SSSSSSi


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ficial count, according to the State ;------ .o ------ 4.------
. constitution, no liquor can be sold 0
anywhere In the county except in the
; the Koult of Prohibition ElectionIn I
t Miami and West Palm Beach pre- 0j FOUND.1YIIF
I>ade-Fraud Alleged and cincts. .
Content Irobable. The prohibitionists during the campaign -, "
Miami Oct 16.-After an exciting: ; had many noted orators here (
campaign lasting for several weeks who aroused much enthusiasm, while n -
The finest line of Hats and
I the ".et and dry" election in Dade the "wets" had Bob McNamee to U 'f

(county' yesterday resulted in a defeat make: addresses in their! behalf. The tl n J Jof for Men and Bo>rs.
of the prohibitionists by only systematic organization on the part
four majority and the "wets" are the "wets" secured for them the 4:I I n Winter underwear both cot j
consequently celebrating their vic- tictor They were energetic and in n {
tory today. spite of the strength of the opposition -' n t and wool for Men and'Bo). :
The Tote at West Palm Beach was they managed to rally !heir n I T3
175 for the "wets" and 92 for the forces to the polls. H
HH I '
t "drys." : Wool over shirts, fancy dress shirts, men's fancy silk vest
It In Miami the contest was warm f 1
from the opening of the polls and 'IB;:I and childrens clothing.
Traptly on Principal Street of .Meri U
e when the votes were counted it was dian Mi", fjist Xiglit. I. I Extra pants for school wear. Black Cat hosiery for men,
found that the "Magic City" has n
given 333 votes for the "wets" and .:\Meridian ss., Oct. 13.- .J. W H 3 ill I and children. I]
253 for the prohibitionists. Every Davis was shot and killed on a principal H EJ
.t. other precinct in the county gave street of Meridian! tonight by h's E Ei l Best line of childrens dress and school shoes to be found In lhcd|

good majorities for the "drys." i brother-in-law.. Webb and FrancisKey. H I All at the lowest prices. Come in and lets show you,
It is alleged that there were seventeen Davis married the Key boys'sister E I
illegal votes cast in West Palm after trouble with their family
i Beach and consequently a contest and later when he left her, was AT=
If E
I will follow. If this contest is successful -i warned that if he ever returned to
I and this precinct is thrown Mississippi! he would be killed. Ho !
, out the county would of course be' left the state, but returned yesterday E;
I I : dry. It is not believed that this will, I It JI j! s. j. WHITE.
I be done however although this legal I -- ---
! \ contest,it is bald, will be waged Can you improve jour condition U
! strenuously. by whining? If not, whine not. E Ij I
I The Dry Precincts.If FOlEnnOiDm TAR
I the "wets" triumph in the of ..., ..ct.. ...r_ ." ,....",..., ,-,W IwwwTA WWWWWW I'n/w/wT I IWWWW I \A\TTI. /W/1IW-1'wwwwww IwI .II =- .- : .= > -

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r 1. I How About This? .,' .4 We Also Have

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You will never be, or see anybody 7: a full line of the

better dressed than we'll do it for you i ,:-.T ; famous

with .. ,
j : Boyden, and

- Hart Sc affner & Marx Clothes.Here's { Johnson & Murphy,

c : 7 shoes from $5.00 to JiM.
one of the models all wool = .
__ _

.. perfect tailoring; and we'll fit any man L q afli
Our stock of shirts, underwear
'Ivho comes big little fat thin. These '
hosiery is complete. We are still ha3'

. clothes are made right. 4r ling the well known "Emery" shirt, th*

; il' best shirt made retail J.00 $J.50
' You P to at $ to
want your clothes to fitve _

-: :i I" wont sell them to you. if they don't. JJ
.f Copyright..i.'jo? bjr I.
I l.rc ScMtt J Man

f No name and Stetson hats always on hand _
you know what they are the name is suffi- .

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= BUTLER BROS. : :;/

m' Mens Outfitters Live Oak Florida. a'. .' < <

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