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 25, 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: UF00075905:00166
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Clothes XT:

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Is a subject we are all interested in pd if-,,-=:.1 1e. You are anxious to get good honest val- 3*1ft f
ues for your money and we are interes eping our stock up to that high mark: of 3W.f:

quality that guarantees to you the best service, and to us a satisfied "E

patronage. AWE

We recommend our line of

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f Men's latest style, all wool suits from = a = a $8.00 to $25.00 !

&: >r' Youth's sizes, 3 piece suits : = = = $6.00 to $12.00 Ii I

VSCIKSS M u IM7.i ,t 14, Ityy's sizes, two-piece suits = = = $2.50 to $7.50
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$ MaM..N a.?s.
I knows that a good hat will last longer and give better if*

HATS.Everyone: several of the cheaper makes. We carry the Stetson i'f
and Bonar hats that have a national reputation. J:'E


Our Shoe stock is complete. All sizes for ladies, men and children. ,, J'f

A line all sizes and colors. :
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Ladies Coats ; .
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complete stock of underwear for men, ladies, misses and boys. M :-



have just received a car loadJ\\\ i i 1C; w. =d ti Ii

f' of furniture. '. I
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Chattanooga Cane Mills. A car load of these cane mills and j

: sugar kettles. m

Chattanooga Plows American Wire Fence. iI
\Ve carry at all times a full line of staple groceries x Jil
ap e G rOCerIeS. and invite our customers to call for anything they x 3 k

want. If \ve are temporarily out of an article, we take a pleasure in getting it for you. i : '

I: We buy cotton and country produce.Worth ';a

+pl 1 ahe Stephens Co., I lilt r : fi'A ;

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We make a special invitation to our customers to visit us while in Live Oak and m.-

A our store their headquarters while in the city. .,:

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Ladies hats from $1.50 up. Fine dress Youth"i suits are specially good quality suits, all sizes, at very low figs
We are also giving some big bargains
shoes and also the serviceable wear for and corle cheaper than the men's sizes.It Men's Overcoats. Going at from $3.73 i to h

; ladies. will gay you to take a look at these whenin $15.00 each. Also men's flannel underwear

( A big line of cloaks, skirts, waists, etc. the ci vy. : good quality at low prices. '

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Ojr fancy dress goods are as nice as any, in any sto ,--.U,. i want you to take a look at them. Fancy

flannels silks brilliantines Trunks vaJ r
ginghams, etc. ..

rI1I:..E :'OM' i:01W 8TOItIE ,

/LAZARUS, Proprietor.

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NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. t H i 11111 I It 11 111 i I i H I i 11 I I 11 11 11 I i I 11 I H I M >* 111 i 11 H II i i I I I 1111 I II I I 11 M I I I i 11III HI M

Notice is hereby given that we the

undersigned will. after the publica,

tion for the period of thirty days o
this notice apply to N. B. Broward f Having Formed Ourselves Into a Co-partnershi .

aa Governor of the State of Florida,
at his office in the Capitol Buildingof ::1

said State in the city of Tallahassee .

for Letters Patent incorporating :: We take this method of
them their associates and successors i thanking our

into a body politic and corporatein
deed and In law, under the name:
' of the Union Manufacturing Company : I friends and former customers for past

under the following charter and

e E articles which of will Incorporation be on file in the the originalof officeof : i favors and solicit a continuance of the

the Secretary of State of the said

State of Florida, at the city of Talla for the firm.
same new We will
hassee, daring tbe time required bylaw .1 carryat
for the publication of this notice

J.W.F.L. CARVER.ROGERS, + all times a full Line of DRY GOODS


C. JERNIGAN.J. : : : : : :

D. (X his mark) SISTRUNK,

A. J. (X his mark) SKINNER,
Ctiartcr of the Company.Union Manufacturing ,

The undersigned hereby agree to
become associated together and do

hereby associate themselves together i LIVE OAK
for the purpose of becoming a body FLORIDA

politic and corporate under the laws

of the State of Florida the provisionsof iAII.
which are hereby accepted The
following Articles of Incorporation 11111. III II" , j | 4 11 HI I U 11 > > > H I 11 1 1 H 11 I

hall constitute and become its -- -__--- |
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charter upon the issuance of Letters annual meeting being on the first (SEa1J. D. (X his mark) SISTRUNK. ;

Patent according to law.ARTICLE Tuesday of July, 19U8, or as soon (&>a1)n.. BRANNON. t IJohn B. Stetson
I. after such time as practicable, at (SealA. J. (X his mark) SKINNER Universj

t The name of this corporation shallbe which meetings the Board of Directors (SealD C. COPELAND.
the Union Manufacturing Com- and officers for the ensuing year Witness: It. T. BOOZER. | FOru rOLLEKES: AXIl FIVE: TE'UXIl'I.CIWOU

r pany. Its principal office and placeof shall be elected by the stockholders j State of Florida) I DELAND FLORIDA
under such rules and regulations as ,
business shall be at Wellborn. i I Suwannee County) sa

Suwannee County. Florida. Branch the stockholders shall prescribe by | I. R. T. Boozer, a Notary Public Affiliated with the University of Chicago .
the b -laws of this
offiees or places of business: may be > corporation I I of the COLLEGE OF
tate of Florida at large, do LIBERAL ARTSThe standards those otvecsity *}
selected or established by the Boardof which by-laws may be adopted by I cf
I hereby certify that W. L. Cbkago.
any meeting of the stockholders call Rogers, J. Stet80n'a graduates receive their degree ftaf.
Directors.ARTICLE ; P. Carver II W. Moseley, D. J. Stetson and Chicago; See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs. \
t II. ed for that purpose, or at a regular ,
meeting. Until a Board of Directors Rivers, W. C. Jernigan, J. D. Sis- COLLEGE 01 \\-Graduates of this College are idaltHrJ
The general nature of the businessto trunk. W. B. Brannon A. J. Skinner ticlaw In Florida without examination. EM
and Officers shall have been first
be transacted shall be: To buy. duly chosen by the stockholders, the I and D. C. Copeland, who are each to COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF ECa"C
-F own. sell, mortgage and otherwise business of the said coropration shall me well known this day appeared before -- hanical. Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual TrafaJq
use such real estate and personal me and each for himself leading to degrees Fine
be conducted by the following named I Dew building. costly, equipment,
property as shall be necessary: for tle and officers acknowledged that he signed the! COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all Its branches. 1
persons : :
proper operation and use of the business foregoing Articles of Incorporation by best methods Shorthand and Typewriting Elective ccnneK
proposed: to be conducted by this W L Rogers President; D J. and the accompanying notice for tbe! other DepartmeBts. Large Faculty and commodious building
corporation; to buy sell, igin, store, Rivers, Vice-President; II.V. Mo e- uses and purposes therein stated. j:: PREPARATORY ACADEMY.-Graduates prepared to eater>h J
handle and otherwise deal in cotton lej. Treasurer; J.o'. Carver, Secretary > Witness my hand and seal this 'I Yale. Princeton, Cornell Michigan Chicago and all flrst-clw! 0

both seed and lint; to buy, sell and Manager. Hoard of Ifcrec- i 17th day of September 1907.i NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOL.-- 1. Kindergarten !s is
handle manufacture and tors: W. L. Rogers J. F Carver II.I' building.
Seal Primary
R T. BOOZKR. i I L. and Grammar School in separate bl1ildi.<
t use cotton seed and the products of W. Moseley. D. J. Rivers and W. c.1'r Nory Public of Florida, Lake Cit\'. Schools 8r>eclally prepare Public School teachers.

the cotton and cotton seed; to grin Jernigan. i I M: n.mission: expires March i, I I MUSIC SCIIOOL.-A 10000.00 pipe organ a dozen Diana I ,!
tl corn, rice and all other kinds off Temporary by-laws may be adopted 1'11. (ocH-lt) ,!J j building large faculty thorough courses Of 8tud>'.
grain; to manufacture all food stuffs by the said officers and directors I AUT SCHOOLNe Studio. Costly casts, models ,'.-

from all kind of grains and farm until the first annual meeting of the I In Circuit hurt, Mate of Florida, !! Stetson bas a faculty of 4 S professors and Instructors. TleJrl
products, and to buy. sell, deal in and stockholders. I Third Judicial ( gross from the tniversity of Chicago Harvard Yale. Dart

, handle the same. ARTICLE VI i County. In Chancery.lsttle 'ilTuit.oUWaDlI'It'1. I t! umbia, Toronto. Wake Forest Louisville, Bodoin Utrecht,

$ The amount ARTICLE of the III The highest amount of indebtedness II ) Harden Complainant, "'t. \V.II. .1 University M oVi, o'nn\"K. of ? Dennison and other fniiersitles. TtertK'J.
capital stock of or liability this corporation shall ( II. pJn, feiulant. i bUildings and equipment; nearly a quarter
this corporation shall be Two Thou- It I llh ? tV an endowed Ubrary of over 13.OUU volume a beat tL'II
sand and Five at any time subject itself to is Five i j apK! ring by affidavit appendedto ;
Dollars Thousand Dollars i i the till filed in the abovestatedcause TjlO.SoroJUrSltlD83' Including stained glass wmdo, 7 oil J
divided into two _
hundred and fifty ARTICLE VII. i thatL'. II. Harden the defendant closed .rgan' a Gymnasium with com;,:ete appt.Atbietic ;
shares of the value Field, dimgridiron
par of ten dollars
therein running track tennis courts. baseball
I named is a nonresidentof
j each; said capital stock to be paid The names and residences of the the State of Florida and besides swimming golf, rowing and other sports; w.+ .
is a |
in cash money, ten per cent of which subscribers to these Articles of Incorporation j resident of tbe United States, but logs for men and .-women ten large laboratories for CiemUtTT.
shall bt paid in before this corporation together with tbe I core unknown : Mineralogy and Biology, several large DIUIIeUI1'
I particularly and that electric
shall: transact any businessThe amount of capital stock subscribed by I there: is no person in the State Of i lights electric bells. steam heat cement wais: shell rte''
unpaid balance due on the said stock each, follows I avenue: spacious campus. Lterarf'
are as lands the service of a subpoena : ,. shrubbery and trE'M. SHJ ':a'!
i shall be paid as called for by the W. L. Rogers, \\ llborD. Florida, o.i Wham would bind said defendant up-, tartan students' clubs; star lecture courses; c::'r.s' an ad 1g
Board of Directors The remaining sIx share" ;i and that staid defendant i, teacbing. Tile location Is beautiful and heal bfa!_ and tie
tock shall be sold by the Directors J. F. Carver. ttVllboTB. Florida ': age of twentone jears. it ii over therefore are low For catalogs views and information. adJrt t*:e
from time to time as the same may one share 1 LINCOLN P.I .
ordered that said nonresident IIl'LUl'h.lt; _
be decided b> them, at not lees than II.V. Motley. Wellborn Florida, i idefendant I UtL.emsOne
be and be is hereby required [ (
value. I'
its par six shares I
P'. to appear to the bill of complaint I
ARTICLE IV. D. J ----- -
J. Rivers. Wellborn. Florida,
l3 filed in said cause on or before Mon of
This corporation shall exist for two shares i tbe first essentials to veld CSn 'me
a greatness .t (
I .
day. tbe nd day of December, \. D. J!
a n period of fifty sears, unless sooner W. C. Jerntgaa. Wellborn, Florida, is tbe f
to forget
ed I\ dissolved by law. or the stockholders three shares. 1907.other i e the allegations of said I that roe th-J.oXf" ..:y akti
bill will taken
as confessed by said' can talk.
lade; herein J. D. Sistrnnk, Wellborn, Florida.one defendant. auk how >oi n' 4totr'deUclous

the/ ARTICLE V. share.W. It U further ordered that this | thini.Jones i .s i :.I I
The business of this corporation B. Brannon, Lake City, Florida. i Hearsay and
order be published once a week fort eiperteMv ihtr 1' ..
a>3} shall be conducted by a Board of five (R. F. D No. 1), two shares ; seldom -- q'' U
consecutive .
eight weeks in tbe Su- manage to arrive at tbe .
ou Directors a President, Vice-Presi-- A. J. Skinner. Wellborn, Florida. Democrat was ways kiM the 'J' .
a newspaper published conclusions
ro dent a Secretary, Manager and a one share. la sad: County and State. hold her {Ill ..

Treasurer. One and the same person D. C. Copeland Lake City. Florida, This Octwl. r :Jnd. 1907 ---- Smith B.J' c
may hold the offices of secretary (R. F. D. No 1), three share
iSeali J. Mighty
W BiaSON: i i son can understand say
Ba and manager The Board of Directors In Witness Whereof we have here- Clerk .
Circuit tow
Court. tile
Bes1 shall have authority to appoint unto set our bands and seals this f J. L. LEK. Lord BtaBageid to get the Jones Oh. %
such agent of this corporation as lath day of September 1907 Solk .tor tor Complainant unlverw made without their advice.It Sht's the 'oo?; 7t R s
shall be necessary for the successful (&>a1)W. L. ROGERS,
1 conducting of Its business. Annual (.SealJ F. CARVER.
meetings of the stockholders of this (Seal)!!. MOSELEY, I is hard to understand bow so To judge of.-.;;.
EIIZ\\ corporation shall be held on the first (Seal) I). J. RIVERS Ol,L :; l \. 'l1 tLt W many people get through this world betaeNn what=y

Tuesday of July of each year, the first calW C JERNIGAN. 4..ra Ci'd -> .'r "s ...l r eiBti.a without every really dola ganythlng him ',::d what


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Total Value of It Dug Out of United: '

-I 2 States SoiL
c Washington, Oct. 20.-George K.
DENTCODlD i C s ti Roberts, who retired from the position -

of director of the mint OB

August 1, 1907. has completed\ the

compilation of the statistics of tbe
Of production of gold and silver la the

various states and territories of the

1 United States for the calendar year 1

Ho Great Was the Jam that Crowds 1906. Mr. Roberts estimates the
to lIa\"e a Care for r a
reduction of gold in tbe United J
the Women in the Crowds
States during the calendar year llOt ;

I to have been $94,373,300 as against .,
S8.180.700 for the calendar
ca, QspRc3lDE14T'IAL year
Oct.Pro i
Chattanooga, Tenn., -
Doc. WAITING LIf 905. a gain in 1906 of $6,193,100. .
were in dangerof
baLly 20.000 persons
injuries this evening at the central The principal gain was in Alaska. 1

station, when President Roose- Nevada's gain In gold was $3lt

velt's special train rolled Into the 500; Oregon, $75,200; Tennessee's

train shed at 6:10 o'clock. It was a Nine lIttle candidate tuting on a gat. 22,300; Arlzon. $55,800; Virgule 1

surging mass of humanity that could 5300. The greatest loss of gold In

not be controlled. The demonstration any state was in Colorado where

was so great that it was Impossible there was a decrease $2,76J,709.

for the president to speak. lie North Carolina lost $33,900; South J
made several attempts, but finally
$20,500 and Georgia, $71-
desisted. lie pleaded with the crowdto
have a care for the women and
dangerof The total product for silver In the ;
children. lie knew there was

a panic, and he did all in his power : nited States during the calendar ,

to avoid a catastrophe. I year 1906 is given as 56,517,900 floe

The cheering was almost incessant ounces of the commercial value of3S.2C6.400

and in the rush towards the presi $ as against 56,101,100

dent's car, women were carried off f fine ounces of the commercial value

their feet and men had to fight to of J34.221.S76 in 1905 the net gain

keep themselves from being trampled In the production of silver over that

OB. of 1905 was 416, 300 ounces. !
The president tried vainly to speak.

The few sentences he had uttered j
had consumed nineteen minutes and i .
PR5aiOs 4TIAL 8oani wAtni LiST
at 1:31 the train was signalled abt'ad.1
As I trolled away the president waved I Effort In Next Congre** to Abolish
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responses to cheers that followed him : th Negro, Regiments In the

M long as he was in sight. .\ .
Practically the entire ten minutesof Some' one murmured "Cocittaiis!"-and then there were eight.

the president's time was consumed Braaley. in Chicago! New. Washington, Oct. 20.-A determined .

In kin efforts to quiet the crowd. lie -- effort will be made at the coming -

would no sooner begin a sentence FORMAL CALL ISSUED I HIS LOVE AND CARE. Smith-Block. session of Congress to abolish

than some of the people would try I the four negro regiments now In the

to press clever, with the result that For Meeting; of Republican National I know not what the future bath One of the most beautiful and impressive army. Representative Garner of

there was a jam, causing screams Committee to Pit; ConventionDate. Of marvel or surprise. I ceremonies ever witnessedin Texas introduced a bill to this end at

from women. There were many members I II Assured alone that life and death I Live Oak was performed this mornIng the last session. It Is learned BOW

of the state guard present, but His mercy underlies. when Col. Furman Y. Smith, of
Washington, D. C.. Oct. 21.-The ; that Representatives Shackleford of
they were powerless. to render much i Alachua. led to Hymen's altar, Miss
protection to the people against formal call for the meeting of the I And if my heart and flesh are weak Natalye Isabel Black, daughter of Mr. Missouri, lIeflin of Alabama and Byrd

themsehes. Republican national committee was To bear an untried pain and Mrs. R. II. Black, of this city. of Mississippi will each introduce a

At last he made an appeal to hare issued today over the signature of I I The bruised reed lIe will not break, The parlor was beautifully andtastefully bill of this character this winter.

the train started ahead of them and Acting Chairman Harry S. New andSecn.tar But strengthen and sustain.No decorated for the occasion The supporters of the movement

while this order was being executed ) Elmer Dover, as following: with pot plants and cut flowers. A to abolish the negro soldiers, which
"The the offering of my own I have,
members of Republican national -
he made a valiant effort to tell how I I few minutes after 10 o'clock the grew out of the shooting up of
committee are hereby called to Nor words my faith to prove;
be had enjoyed his trip down the I{ bridal party entered the parlor to the Brownsville by colored soldiers last
meet at the Short-ham hotel in the I can but give the gifts He gave, strains of Mendelsohon's
3lissleslppi and his bear hunt. i j wedding year, are counting upon almost solid
city of Washington at 11 o'clock a And plead His love for lo"e.And I march, softly and sweetly played by Western support. The Asiatic racial
m., Friday, December 6. I
Ik-achville IlrieN. so beside the Silent SeaI Miss Helen Conway. The bridge-
"This called the troubles of the Pacific coast strengthen -
meeting is for purpose -
wait the muffled groom entered, attended by his best
Editor Democrat-We are hav- oar; support of the antln'lr IOWlermO"l'mt'nt.
> of fixing the time and place ol
man, Mr. Thaddeus I. Woods, of
lag some cool, windy weather this No harm from Him can come to me .
holding the next Republican nationalonvention Floral City, while the bride entered
eek. A good rain would help our and to transact such other On ocean or on shore. leaning upon the arm of her matronof It Is said that tbe Department of

'gardens very much. business as may properly be presented 1 know not where Ills islands lift honor, Mrs. John Padgett, of War is considering stationing a negro

Tt.e'people are all gathering their and the session will probably continue Their fronded palms in air; Gainesville. Dr. Frederick Pasco, in regiment in New York state oo Its
eotton. It to be good, and "
seems very through Saturday. Dec. 7.
I only know I cannot drift his customary dignified and Impr..ssh'e return from the Philippines In a few
ve are good price.
expecting a
Beyond His love and care. manner, read the service which months. This, It is confidently expected
Rev. G. I. Wiggins filled his regular Wilmarth Note
| made this young couple husband ani will raise a storm of opposition
appointment at Beachville last Sun- Mr. Lee Hardee has moved back a sAnd wife, the ring service being used. During
up there, resulting In New Tort
day and Saturday night before. lie from Luraville. and Mr. Munro Bond I Thou O Lord! by whom are seen the entire ('premOD"Lovp. me
representatives voting to take the
was accompanied by Rev. O. T. MatteL has moved to the mines near that Thy creatures as they be, and the World is! Mine" was softly
uniform off the
There were large congregationsand place. ForgUe me if too close I lean rendered. negro.
fine sermons. Three new members Mr. James A. Ezell is looking after I i It is known the President would
My human heart on Thee! I The bride was becoming! attiredin
were added to the church. the stock gaps and trestle work on I approve such a bill In his heart.
-John Greenleaf Whittier.fllKATini a traveling copume of brown Bilk
Mr. F. Beach, of Trenton, accompanied the: Florida Railway. Jim is a good with gloves, hat and everything! to t Whether political expediency would

by his wife, paid a visit to his man and will do his duty. 1 : THE G.UAJWS.i i match, and surely there was never a allow his giving open approval aid

ucle, Mr. W. T. Beach, of this place. Farmers are busy gathering their : sweeter bride. The bride-groom was support to such a measure Is a < "
crops: which are fairly good. The
Miss Julia Griffin, of Hamilton Condemned dressed in the conventional black, (ion.r .
potato crop is said to be the gest in Rape Mend Anticipate*
county, is on a visit to her brother, and made quite an imposing figure.
)rears.Mr.. the Work of the Sheriff.
}lr. F. F. Griffin. While Miss Black has made he .\ COMPRISE REACHED
Dyes, the genial section foreman -
Mrs. :\ Charlotte, N. C., Oct. 20.-Tom home in this
obble0.. Banks, of High here, has his section in the best city only for a short

Springs, is on a visit to her sister, condition it has been in since the time Upchurch, a negro, under sentence of while, by her charming manners and ;"'twwi Governor Alabama BJX!

Mrs. w. T. Beach, of Beachville.Mr. Mr. Marshal was in charge. death, who was to have been hanged sweet disposition, she has gained the Southern Hallwa,.

W. T. Beach paid a visit to his The river is still going down, and at Louisburg, N. C., Wednesday next, many friends, and she numbers her lontJompryIa": Oct. 21.-L'ader

Sons at Tyler last week. He also it is a fine time to catch fish. was found dead In his cell in Frank friends by her acquaintances. Mr. an agreement between Governor

visited his relatives at Trenton and Rev. Skelton is gone to Zolfo on tin county jail this morning by the Smith (3 indeed to be congratulate Comer and the officiate of the Southern

High Springs.Mr. a vacation and says he will be gone death watch. Though under close upon bride.winning so sweet and lov.-!y a Railway, reached late tonightthe :

Sanford Beach paid a flying three or four weeks. The old man surveillance Upchurch bad. in some Southern will dismiss Its litigation .
visit to his I has in fine health and he is Col. Smith who is a popular and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I got says manner unknown to the authorities, attacking the law-road* rat.III
T. Beach last to where he can get some talented attorney, in from one of the
Sunday. He is stayinjt going go secured a coil of wire. During the the federal courts and thetate at

Tyler Fla., now. I oranges to eat. and where he can till night he fastened one end to a best and most highly re-;sect l Alabama wil permit th- road M

Mr. P. M. Odom, of Beachville, has I some game and have a good time of his cell, tied the other girder.. still families in his bids community fair to, and become white charge a passenger rate of 11 1', tents
taken his family to Tyler Fla. once more. a mite and a freight rate permittedthe
I neck and jumped from his cot. Hi famous in his chosen .
Mrs. Well there was a good time at the I profession.Owing name road In Georgia which Is
Annie Cox, nee Miss Corthron, committed
led I meeting at Suwannee Station. Good an aggravated assault on' to the fact that there hasbeen 25 [><>r cent higher; than the standard
very suddenly at her home near
Branford last preaching good eating, old feuds a 60-jear-old white woman August, a good deal of kkns in the Georgia rate.
Friday morning. She
and enemies droppedold last, near Louisburg. family of the bride
b4 onUrfuf'n married about (eigh were settled, rewntlj. tbe The Southern is also adored 10' '-
Hk troubles. and peace. love and ceremony was necessarily; a very naf >t this
since he t Mrs. Cox was a kind, I agreement
** meter, a loving sister and harmony reigned. The good sisters All On Hand. one. only a few relatives and moat intimate the legislation of the recent seem,.

JJ ve Oak seemed delighted at what was done The through train from the west friends of tne young coup'e of the legislature as Governor
Chapteand she was also a ecr ..
l a DUl however, the delegates elected did lad stopped at the little station beta g'present. er and the members of the Rails
meetvoman, lovel" by all
l Agrees not come; hence we did not transact where the overland flyer from the Quite a number of very beautiful Commission can give it. t
,,,She leaves a mother :
kmar a. business as is the custom of all associations east was to pass it. ; and useful presentsere rf'Ctoi"ed.I .
I The
Carter < brothers and a bus was no change today la t
'* yet the Lord was with the "What is the population of your
King. large number of their
Of pho t Of relatives and many controversy between Governor Co.
may, of Live Ojarn her loss. Our people and we feel that great good village?" asked one of the passengers."I friends attended them to the train i er and the Louisville and Nashville

*as Present i with the bereave was done. Goodbye for four weeks don't know, sir," said the station and showered them with rice, old i President Milton II. Smith of tj' '

I" tf Interest > X. Y. Z. from Wilmarth. Look for the next agent; "but if your train doesn't ''shoes. and fo forth. Mr. and :Mrs road. who spent today in Mont ;
h n. from Zolfa. MORE ANON. leave within the next five minutes i: i
ROa1 Ml Smith left immediately after the i merj", did not go near the capi !

"nlar tnet'Una, isfe. you'll have time to count em for ceremony over the Atlantic CoastLine i There was no indication tonight f "

--.:.. Didn't Weary Him. yourself. They're all here at the for their future home in i the policy of the Louisville and NT 1 i

t1.----' ,. lljndid fellow isn't1. Kindly Old Gent-Don't all those depo."-Chicago Tribune. Alachua. carrying with them the best I vile would change and therefore tJ-

Lt t. &a4 11"J 11' papers make you tired, my boy? wishes; of their many friends for a was no intimation that the extra

;;;ww.. are III the cii 1 ever escaped Little Boy-No, I doesn't read[ The proof of a fool is the fact that afe and prosperous voyage over lb ejsion I would not come aa ordeJ

'em SOT.-Punch. he acclaims himself a wise man. matrimonial sea. .1 J i the Governor est 0.

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i THE 8CWANNEE DIWOOR.&T, mlD.ir, OCTOBER 18. 1907.
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NO PANIC DOWN HERE. fl'is the law defied and'-insulted-by these I A ROTTEN PRACTICE. I I NOT THIS TIME, BUI. '
w ,SilWANNEE DEMOCRAT. There has been just (
'criminals who persist In the dirty A dispatch from Key West says
The dispatches today from New about Governor Browtrd II
citizen who cast i the approaching "wet or dry"election .
'business but anent
York to the situation are Lion with
Published every Friday at Live Oak as money ; I I a senatorial
Florida of the most cheering character; andjl i his vote to drive It out and make his : in that city: whet public curiosity aatI ,

with the great bankers who should i 1 home secure and save his wife and "It is estimated that there will be i I part, we confess to a T

r, a _Entered at the Live Oak Postofflce never be confounded with the gamblers i daughters from drunken rape fiends, ,200 rotes for the,coming 'wet and 1 I spirit on that subject ne -
as second-class matter.CHAS. .
and speculators on the Stock Ex : Is personally Insulted by these lawless dry' election that takes place on November the Tallahassee Sun oagfet

:t W. IRVIN, Editor and M'gT. c6ab.cription standing solidly together and dealers In the horrible stuff. For 5, and there has been some more about it than any eat

wisely lending their support to weaker ,they tell him In effect they despise I tall guessing how the votes will ,be cept the Governor himself, f -

j One Dollar Per Year. banks managed by reliable men, him and his vote and they will make I cast. It Is reported that the wet the Sun disclaims the roJ. '.
5 the prospects for a panic have passed that vote worthless by breaking his I i managers paid nine hundred poll 1 organ, it is undoubtedly verb
When Mr. Bryan started out on his away. This flurry on Wall Street I j to the administration
prohibition law at their pleasure. It taxes .and the drys one thousand poll I and its
r public career a few years ago, he had seems to have had no effect in the I and w e can generally uil
has been shown repeatedly that mere : taxes to the tax collector. The wets
a fine head of hair, but his pictures South and none of our banks i nearly how "the land lays" fc
fines have but little deterrent effect claim the first, fourth, fifth and eight
has shown signs of distress.
taken In Atlanta a few days ago showthat I I circles at Tallahassee by
Our great cotton crop, one of upon the blind tiger criminal. He, or I: precincts while the drys are sure of ,
: he Is now a full Initiate In the its pages. In the last 8,. ...
:S the nation's strongest assets is right the whiskey: houses back of him can : the third sixth and seventh. The I L'Engle that the .
mighty army of baldheads. says Govenar,.
here in our own keeping and with pay tie fines and still make the traffic I I: second will be very close. It Is claimed not opened up to him aboat..

The prohibitionists are busy circulating such a bulwark as that quickly convertible I prO iab9e, but It is a very different that there will be 1,800 votes cast. and the senatorial race;" hl.
their petitions,for signaturesfor into cash, we are doubtless maser when it comes to a long term Of these the drys claim 1,200, while l/Engle goes on to say soma
safer from panicky conditions than fill
a "wet or dry" election in Hills- II of imprisonment, for that effectually 'the wets are estimating 1,400. The significant things in that OMI y
any other part of the country. It was
borough county, and the Tampa an Atlanta banker who said some blocks the game aa to that particular third precinct will yield a big majority which suggest very strongly Qat'"

= Times says that from present Indications weeks ago at a bankers' meeting up I criminal puts him where he can do i while the fifth will be the banner may expect the Governor to taty.

it Is likely that the election will harm and such healthy I senatorial ambition in less' .
North that the Southern cotton crop no provides a precinct for the wet. .
be called for the first month ia the year when the question of a.>
could be relied on to prevent a panicin scare for the others yet I I Think of the shame the demoralization ll.
New Year. I lory succession wil be ht
undetectel1'l up, b.
this country, and we can all see that even into their dull i the brutal, brazen corruption ..
up in full cry on the trail of .....
now more clearly than before where idea is likely to implied in the statement that the"wet"
f Soldiering with the big guns at the I : Taliaferro the year followlBtTl |
that Atlanta banker was right. But profit Is too small to justify the risk. have paid nine hun
I; managers
forts interesting if true.
i is what our boys are learning and gircmfairospect
: is
this is the time when everybody
4 over at Pensacola this week. It is All honor to Judge Carter for the dred poll taxes and the "drys" one of a "high old tiaf= >|
holding back for better prices, and it i
not easy work and there Is very HUH policy he had adopted in disposing I thousand poll taxes to the tax col- Florida for two jean aheai. hard
is a matter for serious practical consideration -
of the "pomp and circumstance" for the farmers if more >s of cases of this kind. The overwhelming lector! To pay poll taxes in that way hot on the trail of ttt Kt t+*

t ,about it to tickle the fancy and thrill to be made or lost by withholding the majority of the people of I I 's equivalent to buying votes by ship, with stiff! opposition from W.

tte girls, but It is very necessary to crop entirely from the market. nee county fully approve his suwan-I I wholesale and that. too with no effort ferro and others, will mab Ue fittest

be learned If we are to repel the Arbitrarily fixing the price may win and they are glad to know I at concealment and no matter in next ;year seem tame by naM
Japs and otter "furrin" foes when son, and politics in the
it have the bench enlightened nearly lit
or may lose-that can only be upon an what cause such shameless, mer-
they drop their anchors in range of determined by the logic of events- and courageous judge not afraid to transactions be conducted nionwealths will pause to loot M t
the grim walls of Pickens and Bar- cenary may I
the battle royal. Will it be A..
but with sent out of the
money country do his duty so thoroughly that the morals
it is an affront to good
rancas. The we do to bring the
more litz or Waterloo for oar r.*
every day by merchants and
blind tigers will at last be frightened
and good government The man who
regulars and State troops In -
sympathetic I Napoleon Quiea Sabe .
others to buy goods and pay debts, My .
touch with each and fit themto beyond the limits of our county. won't pay his own poll tax has no
will be a mighty floe >
:arl'none coming in from the cotton lit tatmeat
do effective work together the Judge Carter has found the right right to vote and when be permits
I crop we cannot expect brisk trade I with not a dud line la ..Hi

longer do we postpone the necessityfor ; while that condition lasts. With the remedy. another to pay it for him, it Is certain I we almost thrill in antir'jutk. !V

a large standing army and the cotton crop behind us we can defy a that the understanding is complete Sun says:

better are we guarded against foes panic, but with all of it withheld Citrus county remains "dry" by an between them that it is a vote purchased I 'Broward's term n,".N'S Juuff
abroad and foes at home.
I I, from the market we will be withoutthe overwhelming majoritv. The voters bought in the open market, |: 1, 1909 and there Yooutl: .se

money to do businesson. j interval of about n I:- ::,.)C'hJ tefn
necessary there had seen the county with and is to be cast as the man pa>ing
The English cotton spinners re- and each of farmers and all the for ?.' teeH
us, saloons and without them campaign !'lt,1. 0
and with
Abe poll tax may dIrect. There Is nf.1!
cently, in Atlanta, said ia Chicago must feel the consequences. James I*. TaHafcrro Opt'III'> Ttt
that knowledge in their minds, the I law against it in Florida but ,
that If American growers attempt to 1 I will give the i're-. ,-:1f Covers I
case was too plain for argument and I ought to be in express terms as there !
make "abnormal prices" for cotton chance to look after hit prinu lead
JUDGE CARTER'S REMEDY.Judge I II they cast their ballots to maintain now is in Texas, and until there Is I
tie foreign manufacturers will tx I i ness a little bit and then taeife *

forced to go elsewhere for their raw Carter, of the Criminal Court I the existing Infuse The "blind tiger" i such a law, open traffic in votes will Senatorial fight if he r.', .'r uatl:*

material. That proposition Is all of Record In this city, has sent dismay is bad enough but as a source of all i: go on and majorities bought like cat- job, and no one not even Breed

right. The Southern farmer doesm't into the ranks of the "blind I things evil the open saloon makes it I i I tie can defeat the will of the decent himself, knows at this time wlAthe

want an abnormal price for his cotton tiger" criminals and adopted the only 1 look like a singed cat by comparison. people of the State. The next session wants it or not."

lie Insists only on fair compensation sure means of destroying the infamous I l lot the legislature should, by all '

It is good to look away from the : this High Springs Is TO haft a f v
for It. But it Is the abnormal business in Suwannee count) means, repair grave defect in
f sins and sorrows of this wicked old laws paper. It is announced that fi*
price that he has been getting by imposing the penalty of Imprison I our and block this game forever -
world, from the crime and rice G T. Taylor hat moved to tkatUH
much of the time for many yeais ment for one year for each offense and of buying voters by the herd.We .
I and in a few days w.:il issue ti f tM
selfish sordid
past-abnormally low. What he without the option of paying a fine strivings: to stop want prohibition to win out In
I rea.dlng'the number of the High S,'rial !ltenger. .
specifically asks if that the gambler's In doing this Judge Carter has given awful page of even oneda's Key Vest: but we want no purchased tU fr
What m'mor''I of
"rake-off" may go to him (the farmer renewed proof of his high fitness for history of the alleged civilized vote to offset that of a self-respecting parted Stzer and riHornet" iacoawsMs t

) by eliminating the gambler and the office he holds and his just appreciation man on this planet, and turn to the citizen. It may be all right to fight come trooping 07 It II

+ then let the law of supply and demand of his solemn and responsible blessed, sinless, fruitful soil and s ea I I the devil with fire, but the law should mention of a revival! of H I' Spy

t regulate the price. trust, and he may be sure that what the honest toilers there are do- !j take a hand and disarm both the devil journalism We wui look .,ct"

he has the moral support of all the ing. Let us read the following from i, and his adversaries of any such like and Us like no more bit ." i

= The people of Ocala are making good people of this city and count the Starke Telegraph and learn how I. weapon by which decent society ands refreshing for a jaded soul It U i

f preparations for that coming-out whose vital interests he is subserving much better off is the man who ha good government are the heaviest be to again peruse tbe Horwl III ,

convention of the candidates for in thus dealing with a crime than is to do with fields and crops and sticks ; losers take in the elixir of & '.ze' s .M. f i

Staid offices! to be held in that city a dreadful menace to all our homes. i to his job than those of us who are I genius unshackled l>v any of *

November 14. There will be a big "Blind tigers" should be hunted I "doing time" on the tread mills !In i \ hen Mr Drran.as in Atlanta cheap conventions of iLfre JT'-** I

free feed for all of them after the the towns and cities: the other syntax and logic S >'.Jf'" wU &* ,
down like veritable wild beasts who I day, in a little extemporespeech I
gabfest is over and all the other fea I oughly unique and he gist ai a .** [
destroy human life. They are even Mr. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, he made at a kanquet he paid r
tures to the in s*n .Ifcl .
necessary put candidatesIn departure journal
and when they who was In town a few days a simple but beautiful and impressive
more dangerous, once ago, tolda III
a comfortable and !
hopeful frameof tribute hoped might sun lYe ir
to the
mind. But as jet we have heard are caught the extreme penalty of the reporter for the Telegraph of the has peculiar value And this tribute was good for tie whole: Su lX'r r'

of only one of them who has announced law should be Imposed upon them'j splendid results obtained this year bone y coming from and significance and we were all aT for lu ***** ;
a layman and
i his purpose to attend. General To do less is to make the law in.. of his tenants or "half-cropperj" politician fighting an incessant bat a arrival in oar sanr'u-ru T\f'* i i

Gilchrist, who wants to be Governor its purpose and to refuse to society The man, he said had already delivered tle with human adversaries hu- old fellow sac :M-****
will be there and while he to law. abiding people, to helplesswomen I to the gins 1300 worth of cot man Issues In which the "Sword of Artesian Ward aces *e :love .i. .

could well entertain the crowd, it Is and children, the protectionwhich i ton and would have at least $300 : the Spirit" is not popularly supposed the honest tettKt'.'r ve baa fr**-. ;
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designed to be an all-star combination worth more before the i I to be .
that law was enacted to giveItem. picking sea a very effective weapon. He -- -

and there must be others to give son ended. From hIs cotton alone said: : untvvw
No in tfc "
the man <
say proper"eclaw"eclaw because to the that occasion. We There may be and frequently- are I th"h+lf-cropper" would make fir ". used to cite Democratic authorities negro problem b. '. r .**' *! ':
Is .
strictly .. '
"Idem sonans" and it avoids mitigating circumstances in someforms I hi.- 'elf $600 This is equal to a to back sty arguments. When Sharp Williams, s: 1.1 HI >,*

with the Franco-American disputation editors of crime. lien may break the I glary of f 50 per month, but the man the enemy attacked ray authority, it pher. moralist and > li-fc* .w tf !

in Tampa and Bartow. law in the heat of passion or underthe I has made other crops, so that his kept Then me busy hunting up record. brought up on a v ** 'f *****
jear's work will net him something began to cite the Bible, and Iron: and baa Ixt. a-: < *** ;
temptation of dire poverty or *
1 when ties "
enemy attacked that I could slate and fre*. ail! .6 ,'* ;
From a setting of like J900 or $75 per month. This is
gorgeous keen physical distress, but no decent I go away and let them fight it out with c* :
rhetoric and superlatives of more than the average salary paid to Hates hat written f"- ..\.
praiae or intelligent clarity can find excuse the Good Book ..
I Igo to the BIble number of the M*>'-"-. +'''' ** >>** :
which no mere human be'ng ever deserved for the sneaking, sinIster, COld.blOOI.1 bright young men employed in offices oftener 88 I grow older, it is the a thoughtful art ;.e '* Dew -

we rescue the following from and stores, and the man who 'most wonderful book ***
ed criminal who, from the basest in the worldso which Is attracting Yo '. *:tI

John Temple Graves' welcome to mercenary motives, deliberately goes I I made the crop could not have made wise, so beautiful so filled with but, like all the r" .' \ v* U.

William J. Bryan to Atlanta sieve 130 per month working foraE'S. wisdom and consolation II ..-
the other about his foul work of spreading : to the give It up and ftr: **
i day ..,- He is ary tk 8
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a negro could havefoard *
ruin, shame and disgrace and promoting conclua'oa. which "

"For twelve long years as stormy crime among men and boys, employment only as a commoiV : The name of ex-Governor Bloc I all to adopt t

r I; strenuous .and eventful as any dti- whites and negroes. by the unlawful' l !.'irrr, This incident gives some ham can be safely om:tied- from the 1 hRt'IDt 1Dbt"rlr.: w It

,i ten ever spent-speaking laowsantly. traffic in intoxicating liquor. To put : tetra of the possibilities of farming in I list of possible candidates in this I American Dtomo.'ra'' .\I It

writing II Florida and if of the State to succeed Broward The d r this sort of ben a" *' I' .
constantly aad alw.y fn mosey in his purse he stealthily ped- many >your : yen 1 ....
the full blaze who erable gentleman is now in \I that we all live and -.v* ,,f
1 of publicity, this naa i dies fife vile stuff that makes mad men are eking oat an existence Atlanta :1 ., 10.

.F \Ih s today,before the world withoutk I men murderers and rape fiend, thati in the towns of this and other states I I where before: he will stop for a brief visit white, black'bla"I, red ardJ ;, art ,.
returning to Tallahassee from I that while !
stain upon his character would settle up our llle lands and
or a endangers ouromt'n and children, Virginia '"' (..-'
and in the a.ima! ,
an interview sane
in the
...: shadow upon the signal h..1 become producers tlH>yoald be
purity of I and that fills the community with I I Coast tution of "
yesterday. he says: "I or morally, nor 'Y alt-\4
e/ublic and private living. No enemy the constant sense of insecurity thatcomes much better- off: am out of politics for good. I've had :i actually or pO*" If _

Un all the republic! has been found to that these :I all I want.
I from the knowledge Xo.leave the fine oU be made to Dvy f

mirch the fair escutcheon on which crazed victims of the tiger are lurking ,I Here's the way Judge Wolfe puts'the veteran to his honeymoon joys un- '; hey are vet botv rt

3s writ the record of an open and a i I around us with passions inflame J, blind tigers" out of business vexed with gossip about Ms return {', God is it too r' '. -JU.

noble life. Flinging hs convictions'': reason gone and ready for any crime. ; over in Wet Florida. At the recent II I to politics with toe the parr .

Vavely in the face of all his '' I esion of the circuit: the face of th H "
genera And this Inflrnaltraffic is the more court in De The validity of the result in the

D n. and battered with a thoasandBntroversles inexcusable because It is a deliberate Funiak. there were six convictions prohibition election fn Santa Ro would be well 'imore '
I a that ,1 .
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of conflicting! thought. defiance to the expressed! will of thpeople > II i for the illegal sale of liquor and thfei county about two months ago, when ;;: that all men Ron ti: .,

Effiring all these years, his loftiness of of Suwannee county at the f i defendant" in each of these cases was that county went "dry" is to be tested I".J I\ e

ought. his sincerity of purpose and polls In the manner prescribed by sentenced to serve one year at hard In the courts on the ground that ---
J truth In speech have remained i i iypeached law. on this very Issue. With a full l labor wltho.it the option of paying a the required number of signatures f! of
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: Mr U D.
and unquestioned by knowledge of the evils of the liquor I, fine ThaT kind of medicine will was not attached to the petition real estate mI. what
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f or foe." traffic they voted it out and not only I break up the business. 4 I calling for the election city to


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nuv 1'OCItSchool And Then E-capes-UrnUI Attemptat ,

Prom Saturday's Daily.II. Having brought back over 1- Bioks Murder. \

Heath resigned as secretaryand
$2,000 worth of Guns with me, I Pensacola, Oct. 23.-Because he f RIG GERMAN BALLOON WINS
of the Hair Hardware
treasurer offer same at prices that defy SchoolASupplies had told the section foreman that THE FIRST PRIZE
few days andtU
Company some ago, Dave Johnson bad made the station
barreled Rem-
week W. I Tedder was elected the
OK THKjFfrti louse at Olive a sleeping place,

la ill the vacancy. Mr. Tedder ingtons new, $6; double ba* rel- latter this morning shot and perhaps

viands among the leading successful ed, hammerless nuns new, $15. ( ; a ,n.i I fc ,JlrUtmi mortally wounded George Jones near : COVERED DISTANCE 880 MILES[

fc dIDt'S8 men of this section, and thlflCtion $1,000 worth of second-hand gu.s '! I i Olive. lIe was brought to the city,I

of Mr. Tedder as one of theoCdali all prices. Repeating rifles and': /tut ll U. I and an operation performed by the

: of the company is a very wise pistols at cost |i C. C. JOK, Prop.Live 'I' Louisville: and Nashville surgeon but I The Second International Cop Competition -

there Is little hope for the recovery of Ended /
one. Mr. Heath has not yet decided > 1 Oak, ; : : : Florida.
SEE THE it:. the man, the bowels being punctured:I j
what his plans are for the Immediatel.tlJrt'
." I : I I a number of times. The section foreman 1
but will remain in Live Oak
it is stated, under learning that Oct. 23. With
St. Louis Mo., -
business here. This Corner LITICiAXS ARE GATHERING
taj will go In Wolfe on \ Johnson had converted the station
every balloon racing record broken,
.11. bo good news to his many friends --- I' house Into sleeping quarters, gave the
the second international -
who .would be very sorry to lose him I It Tallahassee-All the Talk Is of negro a sound thrashing, and the latter cup
Mrs. Spencer and daughter, of Extra Session which started from St. Louis on
the city. I came to the city esterday. a distance -
rom Wellborn, spent yesterday with Mrs. Tallahassee Oct. :2.-Gov. Bro- Monday, ended today with the German -
I of about eight miles, and securing I
uemming. ward is still non-committal at least balloon Pommorn winning first
\Appreciated Remembrance. a revolver went back to the place I
prize for the longest flight. The finishof
I publicly, on the subject of an extra
R. H. Warren, of Pine Mount, was W. T. Page, of Falmouth. was up with the avowed intention of killing | the race was so close however
session but
I all indications point to
the section boss. few
it town today and called on the this morning on business and returned A moments' that the French contestant "L" late
call. number of
I an early A senators, 1
after he reached the place he
Democrat. He left with us a bottleR home on the eleven o'clock train. saw De-France, which descended at 1:10
representatives and well-known politicians -
Jones, the Informer coming out ofi f
-' o'clock this afternoon at Huberts-
fine syrup a sample of what
arrived the
very at
capital yesterday -
I a store with a of oil, and going'
E. E. lcLln, of Ocala, came In last can from the At-
Is making this season. Mr. War- afternoon vile N. J.. a few miles
to and a very Interesting I
him fired the bullet
to entering
night and left this morning with nine lantic coast may possibly be decided
let has only about one and one-half I gall ering of important personages the stomach. The wounded man I
prisoners for the convict camp. He winner after official measurement
aertw of cane and he thinks be will was held at the Leon last night. The I managed to reach the home of the
the lessees of State
represents cou- land
are completed. The Pommorn
tare about ten barrels of syrup, be- I general impression is that something I section boss, about fifty yards distant, i
victs. ed at 9 o'clock this morning at As-
41 w reserving enough cane to seedabout I .nterestlng to the public Is about to when he fell. Johnson made his
bury Park, N. Y., apparently a few
three acres. He also had a FOR S.\LE-A six-month-old full I be given out-and what so likely as I escape, but Is being folowed by deputy ': miles further from Sl Louis' than
a call for an extra session; sheriffs.
c>lendld sample of.oranges that were blooded Jersey male, well grown for I I I Huberts tllle.
crown on his place. He reports be- age. Price, $5.00. Apply to Demo- Another German balloon, the
A Pleasant Reunion.
4dAd these good things, that he will crat office, or address Box 205, Live i I CONFIDENCE RESTORED ;, Duescldorff, stands third In the race.

save 200 bushels of fine sweet potatoes Oak, Fla. i Some years ago. perhaps we would : American entries finished fourth, fifth

and other farm products that I better not say how many seven I i and eighth, while a third German

CO to amke up a bounteous store of : Rev. J. S. Ikel! of Suwannee young ladies of Live Oak formed a i team finished sixth, another French

applies, and make home happy. : tion, was a caller at the Sta-I social club which" they named "The SHARP TIRX OF SK.VTIMEXT IX team seventh. The one English balloon

fice this morning. He reports Peacherinas, a word suggestive of FIXAXCIAL Ql'HTInssmus entered fell far short of the race.
Who would not like to be a good
thing in his neighborhood in prosperous -I all Uat is sweet and attractive. They The Pommorn was piloted by Oscar

firmer condition.Drs. I chose for their president Miss Ruby Ebesloehe, aided by H. H. Clayton,

Dexter, who promised to see all the while Alfred IJK Blanch and Edgar

I+tom Monday Daily. Brown and Reuter were called rest launched safely on the sea of [ [ FINANCIAL UNREST[ : W. Mix sailed the L'Isle DeFrance.The .

William Moore,' of Luraville, Is to tie country this morning to attend !1 matrimony before she herself set sail'' unofficial estimated airline

among the Tlsitors In the city today. a colored boy who had his leg > rom the shores of single blessedness. flight of the Pommorn is 880 miles

I| Faithfully has that pledge been the L'Isle DeFrance is
crushed by a failing tree. They found Strong Financiers Taking Hold to and that of

Miss Vernle Bryan returned yesterday that amputation of the limb would I'' kept and six lovely matrons and happy Prevent Panic ConditionsNew S75 miles. The Duescldorff third,

from a visit to relatives In Pine be necessary and the parents of the mothers have developed from the landed near Dover Del., is estimatedto

Mount. boy were to bring him here this I charming belles of a few years ago. have covered: 790 miles. The of-

morning to have the operation Last Tuesday (October 22): Mrs. I f> Bcial measurements will be completedby
i : York Oct 23.-There was a
U. Chancey and wife of the Wil- formed. Up to date this per-I George!; Butler one of the seven, entertained i the geological survey of United
i I sharp turn of sentiment: in financial ,
owever. they tad not come in \ the rest at her hospitablehome ; States government at Washington.
visitors in
earth neighborhood, were I
late renewed confidence -
r quarters
him. I viz: Miss Ruby Dexter, president -
fee city Saturday. In local banking institutions
Mrs. Wm. McGregor, Mrs. J.

Quln!'y, Sprains and Swelling I adford, Mrs. H. H. Hair, Mrs. 0'1 II taking the place of the panicky feeling GEORGIA 1t.lLWSOL1>,

Miss Verdie Haddock returned yesterday CUN".I that, has threatened solvent
"In November 1901 I Porter Mrs. C. S. Hinely.The
from Pine Mount, where she invitation included the children houses and demoralized the stock exchange -
and had the quinsy.! My throat was I I Hut Seller Would Rather Sot Tell to
for the few To-
tad been visiting relatives. I and they were there eight in number, ; past days.
swollen so I could...hardly breathe. I 't night those financiers whose deliberate Whom He Sold It.
being very much in evidence especially -
applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm andit opinions are most highly esteemed New York Oct. ::.-That Oakleljb
r W. D. Hankins of Taylor county, II when they all cried at once. It was I
gave me relief In a short time. In by the public, expressed the conviction Thorne has sold the Central of Georgia -
wu up Saturday and returned yesterday merry crowd; they indulged reminiscences ,
two days I was all right.:' says Mrs. that the worst was over and Hallway was a piece of important
morning. Mr. Hankins has a talked over: the old days, I ,
1 L. Cousins, Otterburn. Mich. Chamberlain's enjojed the delicious refreshments that out of the present chaos a condition financial news that slipped from
cumber of friends here who are always "
more stable than has for sometime him unawares In an interview he
Pain Balm liniment ands
Is I
a sened by their hostess, and comparing -
glad to see him. existed was rapidly shaping It- this morning.Mr. .
u especially valuable for sprains and the present with the past they I gave

d swellings. For sale by Barclay & decided that there were no happier self. Thorne was discussing the re-
0. 11. Dorman returned yesterdayfrom I Many of the banking men who had port that the stringency of the money
Groover and all druggists. oct-w be ngs; in the world than wives and
d Jennings where he had been for mothers and their advice to their labored almost day and night recently market had hit him heavily at a moment

the past several days attending the I that the integrity of :New York.'It' when he had extended his cre-
faithful president on parting was
{'onfM'nth..tt I'ftn
N tasting of the Suwannee Baptist As- this: "Go thou and do likewise." I financial institutions might be maintained dit to the limit to carry on his various -

S', wcUUon.Tuesday's. Word has been received from the I went home early this evening;, ,, business enterprises, two of the

assistant general passenger agent of satisfied that suspected houses, which most recent of which were the pur-
Inen I> the Seaboard Railway that, on account had been found worthy of supporI *. chase of the Central of Georgia rail
And Sponge hirer at Tarpon Spring
II D. Whatley, of Rossburg Is of the Reunion at Pensacola c-a Was Strangled In (:ult. I tad been: fortified against incipient way and of control of the Colonial

rl here trading today. October 21. 22d and 23d. that thee> I runs or other contingencies. Serf'Trust Company, which is now run as

will s I round trip tickets at -- I oud minded men who have met the a branch of his Trust Company of

e 6't'O'1 .rn in s>ob..r mood left their office"3 America.
26th. :News 22d ) |
Mr. Williams, of Ellaville. was onDer good return October (Tampa ,
sM.t I of'' HUB morning and chatting with a.. "There Is no truth in that" Ur.
streets yesterday.Ceo. SnltkIITllJ"nIJ o.r:,. Death far beneath the waters
II general bearing that spoke volumesto Thorne said. "I have never been bet-
.tM (Valdosta Times.) the Gulf of Mexico according to Capt. I
those who were accustomed to read tel off than at the present time."
<< T. The Times has already publishedan Sam Hope; was several days ago the I
)Ieeks of Peacock
was a
414 the news of tht'-street in the faces of "We thought perhaps some of your
v'dtor account of the purchase of the old ( tragic fate of a Greek sponge
in town yesterday. the !big men. 1: fortune was tied up in the Central of
Talley place by Mr. W. }'. Bamber i employed at Tarpon Springs. din.r'l "
Several factors contributed to this ; Georgia Railway.
sale few days I j The Greek with a party of
at legal a ago.
W John ,'annon. of Lurarille. Is ij a : change of feeling. First and foremost ;; "I am not in that any more; I
Within the past few days Mr. Barn- low I ; countrymen. was diving i
ran Uyt "
Oak for a few days' visit. was the determination reached have sold It.
berg bat been busily engaged In having sponge at a point 40 or :50 miles off I
today by men of great influence in the o "To the Hock Island people?"
cleaned and j Tarpon Springs and was therefore
the 'pare up
s r. L. Walter contractor and bulldf financial world and where probity is I I ":'\0. not to them. I should rather
4W inipnmTnents made with \ working at great depth. The tube
f of Wellborn was in the city yei"fcy. which the air unquestioned to restore confidence, : not say just now to whom I have sold 1
era view to moving!! in tierThe place | rough man was given ,
and placed an order with us accident broke. insure safety and prevent panic. ."
had been vacant for several months I by some unknown lit
some Job printing. and the yard and garden had grownup Immediately thereafter a small flood I II ,

with weeds and bushes. It offered 1 of water pouted down into the headpiece ADMIMSTKTRIX NOTICE. I The Alkaheft Lyceum Coarv.

I'Potn Wednesday's nail,. quiet place for snakes and, of the Greek's diving apparatusion
a :Notice is hereby given that I, thundersigned The first number of this coarse lobe }
Is.s. Mrs. Jennie it that they I a mission of death. t
Spencer and daughter from accounts seems .
I administratrix upon the given here this wlntt'r11. be on
t1 of Wellborn, are In town today, took advantage of it. ; The unfortunate man immediately I
ea estate of S. E. Thompson, deceased, Tuesday November 12, a great
topping.r While the cleaning up process was I I signalled; those above to haul him to I
will, on the 23th:; day of November, dOuble star attraction, viz:
the surface, which did with all
1 es going on, seven copper head moccasins -I
1907, at the court house in Live Oak. The Mehrtens-Sherldan Company
Sam pOb&ible sptH-d. Their efforts I
Evans, of Tampa, an oM were killed, most of them around were a

1/ /t t1me citizen of Live Oak, Is up on a the potato bank. Two ground rattlers I vain however, as the man died of Fla., present to J. N. Conner County' consisting/ of Laura Mehrtens! Pla Con l lilt
and Sara MacDonald Sheridan,
se'trail t1ait to hU brother, J. B. Evans He were killed one of them having strangulation before reaching the sur- Judge, my accounts and vouchers of ;1 #'
tralto. This will be followed by four
Speaks In glowing terms of the met its death this morning. The face. His body was brought ashore said estate for annual settlement, 1
five If
: other entertainment, perhaps
aa crowth of Tampa and its prospects others were killed within the past yesterday morning, following which September 20, 107.ELIZABETH. will
the sale of season tickets justify
Md I
also says that Live Oak bas amost week. the impressive funeral services of the THOMPSON
. sot wonderful record in the way of Besides these snakes a large rat Grecian church were held in the little Sept. 29-69 days AdratsUtratrlx. j The price of these has been fixed at .

&Will nth since he last visited here.Live tIe snake was killed on the lot below edifice erected for the worship of A CONVICT'S LICK. e
I $5.00 for doable ticket admitting .
there a few days ago. These God by these "strangers in a strange
and $3.00 for single ticket.
Oak Chapter So. 25 R. snakes had probably crawled therej land." ---------------1
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bed I these will be ready for distribution
a special meeting the was vacant and I Capt. Hope states that there are 1
for work last because place
althl I THE BON TON in a few days to those who have already -
; Degrees were conferred on the weeds and grass gave them pro-i I ItE'Ction. fully 2.900 Greeks now employed In ;I subscribed. I t
Omar II
G. Carter, of Mayo Chas. Ed- But here they came from the sponge industry at Tarpon I
The list is open for others and your
': King, of Springs and that a majority are
perry is
and C. M.
a mystery. All are lavnted to inspect my line of name can be placed thereon by call-
BaUer t
of LIve Oak. A forced to operate forty or fifty miles
I -Ue large attend- new fail goods. Hats drew goods I ing on Mr. D. E. Horn at the First i
was Present and the of the firm of WH- from shore because: of the devastation : -
Mr. P..L. Bailey
meeting was \1
r l1 M laces embroideries, hose, National Bank.
.. Interest There sawmill people, near of the sponge beds closer in.
v" will be work son & Bailey,
corsets, all ready now for Inspection. Let our people show their' appreciation ;
> ;
JJU Royal Arch degree in the city last I II These bed will recuperate within a
'. at the neat I Gretna. Fla.. was fl
of this effort
to provide enter-
'i New voile skirts just arrived
meeting November Sth. i I night and today. He brought an few years however, if left alone. I
tataBWfit of order liberal
Fashion sheets a Bibber! by a -
t | Standard Pattersns.
.. "- -- I engine from their mill to our machine I
t patronage
.-.. i 'Yr.Tb +y'e ))aIl1. I shops here for repairs. Ho Dr. Andrew Sledd, president of the I i given to any one who calls for same. ; -f----------------

J t_ sad 11,.. J. M. Marable of spoke In very high terms of our shop; State University at Gainesville will I Come look while In town.
L --va1lUe. are. la the city today shop- as being prepared to turn out a most Breach at the Methodist church ned C H Knigh of Mayo Is a guest of r=

excellent class of work. Sunday. I Mrs. C. W. Bache. I the Ethel today
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full line of the
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You will never be, or see anybody
better dressed than we'll do it for you '

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:I Hart' Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Johnson & Murphy, ;

ri I t m -r t a shoes from $5.00 to $6.W. sir

i: Here's one of the models, all wool, r. = J _ __."

perfect tailoring; and we'll fit any man Mj :, Our stock of shirts, underwear and

Y& who comes, big, little, fat thin. These MJ hosiery is complete. We are still hand- _

m clothes are made right. ti(tMI Jr ling the well known Emery shirt, the =

4' r best shirt made to retail at $1.00 to$1.50 .
You want your clothes to fit, we \ :

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/miens Outfitters, Live Oak Florida.Proven. I

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I Mrs Knaggy-What yer Vo't'arinoi hear she has joined a new I I how is Mandy Ann getinjn
"Jones had his overcoat in pawn Going to get married eh Doesn't I "
i society a:th her music, Silas""Fine
that black band round yer hat for*
"How do you know?" I I my experience make you hesitate 'What Is It*" I.I Why. we have the credI. -
Mr Knaggs-That's for your first
"There were three balls in the Nope; I'm not going to marry the 'husband. I'm sorry he died.Sydney .- "The Society of Daughters of Explorers 'est difficulty In convincing the neighbors
( Who Have Made a Dash for I I. that we haven't got a plaaoU.
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Have You Heard the Latest? .

ON the corner of Ohio avenue and Howard street, where .

GLOBE STORE is located with a big stock of cloth-
ing, hats, shoes, ladies and gents furnishings, a stock amount-

ing to nearly / -

, i Twenty=five Thousand Dollars, / .

guaranteed to fit and suit every body in any thing you want. -

WE invite you to call and see our stock of goods, which is '

now larger and better than it ever was. ''j ,

. Men's suits in black and all colors: $5, $7.50, $9.00, $ JO.OO. i

$12.50 and $15.00. ,

\ Men's pants in black and all colors: $1 $1,25, $ J.50, $2.00, 1L"
i $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00.

Boys suits. a big line, from $1.50 up to $5.00

Mens shoes $ .50, $2, $3, $4 and $5.00 I

Ladies shoes $1 $1.25, $1.50, $2, $3, $3.50
\ I We call especial attention of the ladies to our line of skirts.

From now until Christmas we will sell our stock of over 400 \,

skirts at and below cost. _

/ 4 Prices: $1 $ J.50, $2 $2.50 $4, $4.50 and $5.00 1 J

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Money refunded if goods ,


are not satisfactory. Live Oak, = = Florida.

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/7 t** !I! clone will be out November 1st. It

.. ,i it I 1 1it will contain eight pages of spicy read-

.. I; ing matter and you should not miss

I 2 : :f the first number.
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,/ : J..Ww: arc going to give a cash prize of $10,00 for the

+ best Ghost Story sent us by February 15th, J908.

:: i t Story must be original, and not exceeding 1,000

The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telepraph.v words.
College in North Florida. \\\. secure POSITIONS for tall Send us 50 cents at once for a years subscription r

graduates. II and write the story at your convenience.


$40 $50, $75 and $90 j i I Drawer THE 39.SOUTHERN CYCLONE Live Oak,,Fla. :

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rT.OM lro.SI.,1.11.! shadowing the Finnish involution-; i
\riiiTi: Vie I'nEIC.T.I..OGl"I: -: \"H SI'ECI.'mn I.\IS.
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-- with whom thtAineri< an* had b i
.4 \iiicrican and Wife Had liner E\perience associated The two v.oniii pr\ oii
a. SU"I"'t'tl"II\olu < iiits.rit era were confined for the l'ilol'nt\.f'\ > r
hours in a prison overcrowded w t >,
Corner Ohio Avenue nod Conner Strict I Petersburg Oct 21 -\Villi M
young women revolutionists.! Tr<'
Walling of Indianapolis, his
L. I.TTOX, OAK }'IiA (.. !S. STKPIIKNxPrincipnl.: : wife and his uife's sister Roe were conducted to a small cell. .-isf'
Pre.+ and jj j Struask\. who arrested and by ten feet, but they said this ,'sea
i were
: : ::: : : taken to jail last night because of in;; they bad suffered no especial d.-.

\ ... > > .. ...............>... .>... ..- ...........>y .y ........ their association with the members of comfort during their arrest. T>, ,,
told amusing tales of Ute wtneiu ( '
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-- ____ i released this evening. The police Russian prison discipline.
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EtR\EST WILLIE l-tHA\\. of Main street tonight. at.ns: : her fity orphans girls in avhool Up Agahx-t It.
the trio to wa r.int detaining them. -
is peculiarly inter- founded b him
Mr I'pshaw a > tor that purpose -
, Tee I No conditions are attached to the Bleeker--You look worried, o''1
Great Little Ian Talking fop esting character and has attractedto at a cost of more than 11.000
' release, but )lr. and Mrs. Walling man. :
Prohibition in Jacksonville.TimesUnion himself the attention of the publicby l er year to himself a task that but ; i
and Miss Strunsky intend to leave St. Meeker- have cause for worry
iP his work other than as a prohibi- few able bodied men would under (
( 22nd.) Petersburg Wednesday. They say Bleeker What's the trouble7 s
Siam D. t i: ion orator. take.As they have practically Inisned their MeekerMy wife says If I don i .
Upshaw familiarly i Although crippled in his youth, and a speaker be is very effective
'tna &I work in Russia. All their papers andmanuscripts M c ompaay her to the seashore thu; fll
l "Earnest Willie." editor of compelled to be helplessly In bed for and has great power with his audience
Olden Age of Olie have been restored T I) Timer she'll stay at bom. t
-If tie Atlanta Ga. many long years, and still is only enabled notwithstanding his condition them.
fy *>OBt prominent speakers in to walk by the aid of crutches.he \.'tle&I News
mat compels him to remain seated much The officials this .
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prohibition .....
In In
"-t campaign is one of the most active
&tate and known all over the his state. of the time he is speaking it is only s--d regret at the arrest which they It takes a little to start men '" "
U a lecturer wm be the speak- writer and when he become greatly amused bay was ordered the oran ;
M at Ue By his own labor as a upon report arguing as it does to start women to
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OX A RtSLVESS BASIS TO THE FARMERS wealthy Philanthropist Heal!

VERY DESTRUCTIVE FIRE It sei u.s sore one, .or some

Southern Cotton Association AppliesFor reason and without any knowledge Chicago's Poor

Charter Through President of the law t as put out the report in

Harvie Jordan. the county that farmers are not allowed

THE .WAYCROSS CAR FACTORY (Atlanta Journal. 22d.: ) to sell their produce, eitb r

BURKED An application which has recently fruits vegetables or fresh meats '
City Is Excited Over the RemarKable Cures of;a
been flIed by liarde.Jordan_ and within the city. I would like to say

others petitioning the superior court that there Is no such State law or Mysterious Man Whose Excentricities ,,:

LOSS ESTIMATED AT $350,000Announced of Fulton county for Incorporation as city ordinance. Are Startling. .

I the Southern Cotton association, d eYou farmers bring your produce
notes the first step which that association in, we need it.

That Rebuilding Will takes as a legalized body in I write this because I have had

Commence at Once the great work which k has cut out more than a score of inquiries about Who
Strange Stories Are Told of Quiet Stranger Distribuig
' I for itself In the cotton industry of the I such a law. J. B. JOHNSON. ,
,t 1I South. I I Mayor. Great Quantities of Food and Clothing and "

I + Waycross, Ga., Oct. 3.-The The association has been in existence | Cures Disease Without Pay.
plant of the Atlantic Car Manufacturing 1
and -
for nearly three years, having NOTICE TO sn cmutns.
Company, located here, was I who have not paid
been organized in January 1905. All subscribers -- .:
almost totally ,destroyed by fire this Since its organization it has been Inconstant their subscriptions will confer a I/t-
evening. The fire started in one of Chicago Oct. 24.-Special.-The ,
operation, establishing itself special favor if they will call and set- )
the foundries and only the dry kiln, amazed at the work he Is doing .. '
in the confidence of the cotton I tie for the paper. The editor can live people of this city are greatly excited |
houses saved. have tried to shake the wonderful -
offices and store ( t
number of remarkable cures
growers of this section of the country about as long as anybody on climate over a
. The loss I fluence he has over the people evil 1
is estimated at 350000.
but it has not heretofore applied and sunsx..ae. but the' paper houses which have been effected by a wealthy

with $250.000 insurance. RebuildIng f<)r charter.The I have to be paid and so do the print philanthropist by the name of Cooper. going so far as to threaten pro_. rk i ij
will commence at once. i tion, but as he does not accept ij j
convenient u?
I petition for incorporationshows I t fS If it Is please give
f that the association will not be I prompt heed to our request. Cooper Is a quiet, gentlemanly person money for his services and does uk iI j
SAVE THIS .\;\\'W.l'. give out any medicine himself
conducted for purpose of gain and with the appearance of a student, th4 j
j have been powerless to I
I interfere.
that it will have no capital stock and NOTICE rather than a business man. He Is ap-

Put In Safe Place, for It May Cuui d that 'the general object and purposeof To Whom It May Concern: .' parently about thirty-one or two Cooper created considerable amu*. !

Handy. I I' said corporation and Its auxiliary I Be it known that THE LIVE OAK >ears of age. He first came into public ment at the expense of the doctors ky i

Here la a simple home-made mixture 'I branches shall be to promote social BOTTLING WORKS having their office notice by his philanthropic work asking them why they did not writ

as given by an eminent authority intercourse among its members, facilitate I and factory In the city of Live among the poor. The large fortunehe their prescriptions In English so ttteh

on Kidney diseases who makes th* + tbe interchange of opinions and j Oak, county of Suwannee, state Of'' porises es has,made it possible for patients would know what they wile

statement in a New York daily newspaper : ideas In reference to the protection I Florida. have adopted and do hereby him to distribute many wagon loadsof taking.

that It will relieve! almost any salt and towit food those in Since the Interest has become 9 .
I ? handling-of the cotton in- publish this device, : "The property and clothing among
case of Kidney trouble if taken be- forests throughout the cotton growing I of LIVE OAK BOTTLINGWORKS. indigent circumstances since his arrival widespread that Cooper cannot meet

fore the stage of Bright's disease. He states, and to foster promote and TRADE MARK REGISTERED. I in Chicago.The the people personally, he is recelfi|

states that such symptoms as lamebac protect the fruit growing, stock ,[ LIVE OAK FLA," to be blown 'I t first that was known of Coop- an enormous mail, and keeps a large

);:, pain in the side, frequent desireto bottles and I' er's force of stenographers employed It
breeding corn raising, and all other j lor etched into the power over disease was when Mr.John
urinate, especially at night: painful agricultural! Interests and pursuits of siphon, painted printed or stenciled! i I Stauber. of 1607 Broadway answering it. In tie meantina>

and discolored urination, are '! the southern fctates." 1-:. H. I'razlprI I on all boxes caws, trays or fountains !i' Cincinnati, Ohio who was in this city stories of marvelous cures contlai I*

readily overcome. Here is the recipe; signs the application as attorney. ufaed by ti.em in the manufacture o* on business, declared that Cooper, the pour in.Mrs. .

try It: soda, or other mineral waters.' Said philanthropist the same person G. Fry, living at 182 Oti>

i ii Fluid Extract Dandelion, onehaltounce }:YF.GI..tSSSlT: X : bottles siphons, boxes, cases, trays or i: who saved his life last March, after street, had suffered agony for mOlt},

i ; Compound Kargon, ont EnSS.ltl'I I I I I fountains bearing the name of "The j ji he bad been given up to die by his from rheumatism. In telling ibo*

ouhce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla ;: }-*.s...-.il1ht0 Strengthened, :uhl"o..t i i Live Oak Bottling Works" as above j pnyslcians. Mr. Stauber stated that her case, she said:

three ounces. Tike a teaspoonlul : Forms of Diseased EjesSucccv : quoted, are hereby claimed to be tit" [I last March the doctors had told him "I have bad rheumatism for our

J after each meal and at bedtime. j i gully Treated With BOTTLING | he would not live until May, as he nine j ears. It has been getting worn

A well-knwn druggist here In town \ out WORKS and all in every year until I have been alao
Cutting or DrugRing. persons or : was a terrible condition; everyone
is authority that tVese ingredients ar ;1 : c- |,rations are hereby cautioned not [ said he had consumption; he had a cripple from It for the past elghUu

all harmless and easily mixed at'' That the eyes can be strengthened to deface, erase obliterate, cover up a nasty cough with frequent hemorrhages 'months. I have been unable to write

home by shaking well in a bottle !I M that eyeglasses can be dispensed: I or otherwise remove or conceal said dizzy spells, and was so weak for over three years, as the knoektet

This mixture has a peculiar healingand with In many cases has been proven name or deUce thereon, or to devise, tuat the least exertion or excitement of my hands were so swollen I enM

soothing effect upon the entire bejond a doubt by the testimony of 1: buy, sell give, take or otherwise dis- would completely prostrate him not close my fingers enough to writ

Kidney and Urinary structure, and hundreds of people who publicly I:. i**.*' of, or wantonly destroy or traffic tOl'ret'ro severe pains In the Every joint In my body was la to*

often overcomes the worst forms of claim that their eyesight has been restored ;I in the same without the written coa- I stomach and back, and his kidneyswere same shape, swollen and Intensely
RhftumaUsm In just little whili .
a ; by that i f seut of, or unless the same shall have in bad condition. painful. The suffering has beea tip

This mixture is said to remove all wonderful little in- been purchased from the said LIVE i "After mv hvMcian.s save me up" I great to describe. I have seen a doe

blood disorders and cure the Rheumatism I' ., btrument called I I j OAK BOTTLING WORKS. Also the j! said Mr. Stauber. ".Mr. Cooper hen: ,1 tor cnrrHt'k for ten months a.4 .
by forcing the Kidneys to i )
Actina."' 'Actina" i j device and emblem of label, to-wit : of my caw and called to see me. He have tried in ere ry way to get well
filter and strain from the blood and
;" also relieves Sore I "Suwannee Trade Mark Register left a peculiar medicine which I "Last week I came here and botjM
system all uric acid and
foul decora-
and Granulated Lids Iritis, etc.. andremoves ed. Ginger Ale, the mo&t refreshing began taking; and I immediately: b, some of the Cooper' medicines. I wu
posed which these
cause afflictions.
Cataracts without cutting or I ginger ale known Live Oak Bottling: gan; to Improve. My cough told to come back in c3oe'l did Mt
Try It if aren't well. Save tht
you drugging. Over seventy-five thou- Works, Live Oak. Fla." printed in I my stomach no longer 'stoPPl"d'1 improve. I have come back aoywaj,

prescription. sand"ctinas" have been sold; therefore three color, and upon which, in the I anA my kidneys were in just to express my thankfulness.

the Acting treatment is not an I I right band corner, appears the picture I' dition. I gained seventeen pounds iu "You see my hands. The swelUM
experiment, but is reliable. The fol of an Indian woman sitting upon a I seven weeks, and today I am as well has almost gone. So has the paIL 0

lowing letters are but samples of rock b>' a stream of water. as I ever was in my lite." you will lend me a pencil I will io9V
Abandons Her Helples lI.abt-I\O '
> hundreds we receive: \ny corporation, or firms or parties i A few days after this Mr. R. L. )OU that I can write." Mrs. Fry km
Found It In Wecds.Tampa .
Mr. S. M. Walker, corner Carolinaand { using the said bottles, siphonsI : Sidwell. a justice of the peace living j took the pencil and used it readily.

( Times 22d.) Palmetto SU.. Los Angeles i I bows, eases trays or labels or Imitai at 3322 Dearborn I>!r'et. reports "1 told a neighbor who has rl..-

A Cuban boy, snake hunting In the Calif.. writes: --"About two )' i lion or attempted imitation thereof j that Cooper bad cured him of a !Ie"-I matibm, about it, and she said 'B&jfe

grass and weeds bordering the Seaboard I ago; my sight began to fail rapidly. ssill II! be prosecuted as per law as laid : i-ie cash of stomach trouble with a it isn't the medicIne. maybe Iffsomething

tracks at Nineteenth street and I consulted so-called scientific oculists i I down in Chapter 43s4. Acts of 1897. few dog of his peculiar medicine. elbe.' I told her that nitll

Second avenue yesterday found a .and had special glasses made, but all I' of the state of Florida. His trouble had been of long standing I knew what the something elM wet

small boy baby apparently about six to no avail. I bought an Actina and j LIVE OAK BOTTLING WORKS, and he had tried many differed* I should keep on taking the medleia

weeks old, lying in the weeds, covered 'in less than thirty days threw away ':i I R. H. Holmes, Prou.j doctors and medicines without retie and I advised her to do likewise." II

t with ants, and all drawn up in : I j Live Oek. }'la.. Oct. !a. 1907.cm 'I From Cooper
my glasses. Thanks to Acting I i the Urn dose of Cooper's melt claims to have received till
agony. lie notified Mr. and Sirs. A. canj ----
A. Gillette who ; read or write now for hours every I : LCYI1'c1X: MILL ( ciiH: he began to improve, and is today I formulas of the medicines he l, 1111'
live close by, and
i day. I would not be without it for in apparently perfect health. from an aged priest in a ito{ W
they took the title fellow into their ---
house and did everything possible to i any amount of money." <;I U AH That Egypt Would lie Rival ;! This was allowed by the still mot Spanish town in Old Mexico. Tk
Rev. Charles Carter. East Spring 'I'I I/! remarkable cure of Mr. Thomas Webter. Mexicans believed that holy water *
restore It. Their efforts were rewarded 1< South In O ttn (JrowSns, -
field X. Y.. writes: "I have made aseveie j > employed at the Omaha pa tome supernatural element entered
L and the little Can Nhou.
fellow revived. It j I+
lest ofctina' iaz Company, k-I into their
by casting i and living at 5. composition
is probable that If it had not been discovered Washington. Oct. 32-The unprogrewive ;,
aside my glasses and hate not ball + South :Morgan street. Mr. Webster Cooper rt-ceives an enormous &:*i
by the bo,1t would have been state of Egyptian cotton j I !
them on except to Me'hat change [ had suffered fc> ears with mail Letters are coming from eve
milling is pain In
dead in foicibly
a short while because it was illustrated in a r e
; had been wrought since the treatment -i I his stomach diuiof'S palpitation of part of the state, asking for adriet.
nearly gone; when found. The little |H rt received by this gcnenmieatj I
began Mr ryes gradually; gained | Iwart. backache, and all The philanthropist rfa.J every W-
one is evidently of American parentage from W. A. Graham Clark its special i other
strength. and power and now t run bleu. He canio to ter carefully and caca OM.
and la well formed. He is resting my glas- trade l'Rt.00 is now in Egypt. I Cooper's Dead I replies 'o
easy this afternoon, and Rives yes are no longer necewwry.. for I seo ;;' Mr. Clark states that cotton manu- quarters and displayed an vnormous I advising the remedy which+ U 9PB''
; as well if Dot better without + tapeworm which to
them. 1' he said had icablt each individual s.se
every evidence of recovery. faUurinx is not a promising indiMtry paMedli
: recommendctina'" to all my in that country, as there is only ODe I,i f rom hU system after he bad taken While ul.temarkabio ces are t'
lends. i a Err doses of tae Cooper chic topic of coover.sa': on, mU' '
cotton mill in Ex medtein I :
XATIO.VAI. rr.oiunmo.v >pt. Egypt is behind
coxVEXTIOY. I 1:. R. Holbrook Deputy County all other I! Mr. Webster said all hia suffering' stories are beard on thsfreeU a**
I cotton-producing countries
J I Clerk... I'alrfax.'a... writesctina' :- in this respect, the tendency in |I I' had left him as If by magic and he 'in bulilltft118 places of hi ,>('dnees W

May Moot Atlanta St"t'Nr t' .\ has cured my eyes M that iII i other countries being to establish'!'f.-It like a new being. 'I I the poor. His gifts or !ft, ,,i, noW

: u- can do without glasses. I very sel-I I! mills sear the cotton fit-Ids. The report of thE.se remarkable I I and clothing have r-l t v T a r"1

I I dor Consideration. i dom have headache now, and can The sole cotton factory in I cures new through the city like wild 'amount of distress au 1 .r.. Irea11
Egpi !
4 Atlanta Oct. 22.Charles R. 'study up to eleven o'clock aftf'r'a : fire and endeared
Public him
I ib that of the Anglo-Egyptian Druq Store where to th* ;" '", f
Jones, chairman of the National Prohibition hard day's work at the office." Spinning Cooper is He is ', '- "*
I Irtlna" and Weaving Company, which making bin headquarters, I beginning to v- e P
Committee, appeared before ,\ ran b* used by old aa
a committee of prominent citizens *' young with perfect safety. Every in lU plant Alexandria. ; ail manner of ailments. weeks, and it is und J that M
In tbej I
the Chamber of Commerce today and member of the family can use the The phl will remain .Kt
onectina" early part of the nineteenth sicians of the city here only <"<. :"C
discussed with them what Atlanta ".\ for any form of disease of I there century ar\.1 I
were several "
would have to do to get the national the Eje. Ear. Throat or Head cotton mills in FKKEIl: :
O ne | Egypt before the present variety ot1 FROM Rl'SMA.V JAIL work in Kutrta. All t.u ..&.,.1'1
prohibition convention will last __ }
next year. The for years. and is
alwaysready If
Egyptian rcttoreJthem.
cotton had been evolved. I manuncripti have bu
Atlanta committee has taken under for use. "Actina" will be sent These did not have much : American and'ife Had Brief Etpvri1enceas t ,
consideration the matter on trial postpaid. success and i hupcct K-iolutioni '
of makingan The
soon disappeared. official this nrr-
TenE"ars ago determined St. n !
offer. If >ou will send jour name aDd address I Petersburg Oct 21.-WIHUti r.-d
efforts were made to heir English regret! at the arr.-r: ci lJ
to the Actina Appliance Co.. the cotton mills to the fields of wif Walling of Indianapolis, his I was ordered pon .or* d

Rrannen-lzentau. Dept. S3 N. SIt Walnut St. Kansas but once again there has been lallurland t'j Strunsky.and his wife's sister Rose I at ocerztcatoos spy % !,0 i1: *
City Mo.. were
you will receive and
Last night at the residence of thebride's absoluteI e- but one mill survives. taken to shadowing the Finnish n s.u1 OII
jail last
I FREE night
a valuable because
parents, in Antioch, Simon L book-Prof.1- their of I with whom the Amerki-- bid its

Braonen and Miss Susie Bozemanwere son's Treatise on Disease. Quarterly Conference.The I tbe Finnish association with the members of associated. The, two w.,awfn prWt "

united In marriage. The Rev.J. FOR S.ILE. Fourth Quarterly Conference released this progressive party, were ers were confined for t' .w enty-f
B. Mikel officiating. The young Good house and three lots of land, of Live Oak Methodist church will found nothing evening. The police hours in a prison o\.-, "l..J wt*

people are both of the Antioch settlement and store house onVest End of meet at the church tonight at 1:39 the trio to warrant among detaining the papers of young women revolu' ,,' TIf'
o'clock. A full attendance them \\t conducted .. elM
of the to
and have a large number of Howard street. Will N'o a *
sell conditions
or exchange are attached
members is requested. Reports from to the by ten feet, but the. -1 ** *
friends: who Join with the Democrat for small country farm. release, but Mr. and Mrs. :
Ap- all
departments of Walling 'ng 6.1"
church work will they had suffered r, -
in wi*Mn" them a long and happy DIy at Democrat office or addrew be called for and the official board and Miss Strunsky intend to leave St "onifort during th.-.- TWfold

married life. Box 393. Live Oak. Fla. s27-: (' for the new year will be elected. I I Petersburg Wednesday.. They say ] amus'ng tales < ta'a **
they have
practically finished their Russian prison disc.*

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Arc On the Trail of the ICe.l Togethe f With Secretary CortelyonPouml

Skins and Will Wind Them t.'pWashington Cash Into the Hanks of
f New York

j dct. 25.-The tribe of

jI lie Indians, whith more than a year New York Oct. Z\' 1901.-By far

I ago wandered alay from their re the most notable event,ln the dramatic -

1\ serration In Utah Vnd created trouble episode of the day yesterday was

in Colorado and morning by threat / v -iii the emptying of millions of money

ening to take the tar-path an 'raid 4tt into the stock exchange through a

-eportJd to/have/again c T c 7 h' --.- pool headed by J. PI Morgan and

i 4rokeout on Obe OfeyenXe River 4- : A1V other financiers, in ord r to avert a
reservation n South/Dakiota, where : ruthless selling out of\stocks held

1 the tri* w; } giveaT teraforary Quarters. ( / a by brokers which was th eatened be-
1'j AWb request of the secretary cause of their inability t& obtain re-

of the Inter orj he .war department lr newals of loans on which hese stocks

ordered troops from Fort Mead, S. D ec bad been carried. A / emarkable

to Use scene of the trouble. The condition brought about f his extreme

character of the outbreak is not : stringency in money whfrh had grad-
known here. r ually forced the Interestjrate up to an

almost unprecedented gure.

THE FUN IS OVER Notwithstanding th r high rate for

call money that mlghjl have been ob-

i tained the National City Bank, JohnD.
Teddy Will Politics
. Lid Now Play
Rockefeller personally, and other
.. Till He Lands Taft.Washington .
prominent monies interests sent

Ie ,'!}. c., Oct. 23.-Presl- funds to the stock exchange to be

ittt Roosevelt has returned to the .j St. L.6; napro. lent at normal rates of 6 per cent.

.. Capital and from! now until the Reconvention These sums however, were not
. "Wlcn and most likely JOHN I). HELPS 01'T.lockifiller : \\OKLIMX;: 1"\WX. sufficient to meet the demand and i
. afterward, his pole concern will be GAS PLANT EXPLOSION[ L.1 I C'\JI for a time there was great confusion
.. To Locale Imago Youth Who l>iv selling i
Int1I hurried
with the election of a successor and of stocks on the
.T oflce of Pr sident. He may write Will Use K '.-oum' to J apiHMivtl Two ..Y cars Ago. exchange. At the time that excite-

. on. hundred or more messages ag- Pull Extent to Steady the --- -- I Chicago. Oct. 23' _-Failing after ment was at It ?height the announce- j

t pepUILC some hundreds of tho'J"order H at. .. nlmI; KE; iviiKKos: .\ I two years' search to find their lost ment was mad that a pool had been r

.. m4t sand on sundry subjects YOrk\'OCt. lit:SILT sou. Harry, in San Francisco' his sup- formed with JJPMorgan as its headto
New 23.-John 1) : Mr Mrs.
Itoseci destination and
ItM fret babies to poetry. come to the rescue of the broken,
. Rockefeller has taken ----- Louis F Nonnest, : 1174 Deming
Theodore Roosevelt may go down an active Interest for whom it was necessary to provide

ar [_. lite history as a great man or he may in the present financial situation I Place, will begin at once a worldwide funds at oncelin order that they
.. $30,000 campaign to locate the young
?lot It may be an all-round able man and has arranged to lend very might carry Jbe stocks they were s
y tti It nay not There are all sorts dumber I i man, now 21 )yearn old In every holding for their customers. The
large sums to a of New York
tf opinion of him} but there Is buttN financial institutions'I ([ large city on all continents advertisements Morgan pool bought a sum of money
M opinion as to his love for the think:. said Mr Rockefeller toa .irhting a Match Near a M.uua* II seeking information* of the amounting to about $25,000,000 to

U i'". Of politics ind his matchless represent/the of the Associated Coau'tJ the IMs.tstor I wanderer the loan corner\ of the exchange,
N / a I I :None of the ordinary motives that where it
at It. distributed In
Were he as good at the was quickly
.. Press this ,vening "the existing I Z I I
induce boys to flee from unhappy
qea | i imp of tennis, Which, be says. he isM alarm among investors Is not warranted \ such lots as would be most effective sin
}.t of, as bd is at the of homes or the of toil act- rendering t.
game and I hope the good commonsense (Chattanooga\. Oct. 25.-One suppo\
> His
uated Nonnest his
Harry flight
sir1M politics the members of the cabinet of American will man fatally hurt and eight others The effect of this\ relief measurewas
our people
!Mttt ethers wio play with him control the situation were more or le*\ seriously injuredL parents were well-t -do, he was just instantaneous and the rate on

ta', t fili not hare to make so many in- "Personal! Uhave absolute faith an explosion ot gas which destroyed graduated from school and seemed to call money dropped prom 100 per

.aCI t tllUOU&1 misplay in order not toMat In the future of tie values of our ; the purifying plant of the have everything he desired But his cent to 10 per cent. .Blocks advanced
wa1ctn. health was not good and he frequently -
kin He las announced that securities and the underlying Chattanooga Gas Company yesterday more rapidly than tby had declined
soundness of -
U I talked of how he might be
tint Taft to succeed him and afternoon and it was only a Cew minutes until
M I, Taft friends! conditions. benefited by the western climate. His Union Pacific the market
and boomers are / Following the explosion tbe plant leader was
1 U4itlBt T!art1I1C upon thll theory. Whether or "Instead 0 withdrawing any of was almost instantly enveloped in father had just about made up his selling at 105. Other stocks were
my moneys from the banks I am cooperating -
mind to gratify the boy's desire when
lOt b'11 really tor Taft or whether others Panitand for some time the large similarly affected and the rally was

pyTtt ,1t. till throw hito when the exigen- meet that with which I firmly in helping believe to to rt'torta.. inreath
_** of the situ tion demand It re- be only a temporary crisis. Everyone $30,000 I veterans of the financial aggregation i'
er or -tsais. to be seen! 1 The injured ----- been saved so quickly and so effectively -
tereJ having the good of his country at i 1 ILUKVTX SKIPS
f Kobody'who liiows him OUT. I by such Napoleonic stroke. ,
ever nowWBapta heart should by word and deed lenda I B. \ Erode head and one-half of
to prophecy what President hand now (to re-establish confidence j I! body burned; ill die. Italian Contractor IH -$aid to Have When the stock exchange closed t

dataevery 'IYelt I, goln J to do. Henry lIem ell. Taken $.:000. every one was getting all the money
and I propose to do my part to the
full I James Dixo Roanoke Va, Ocf 23.-Ettore be wanted. The close was marked ;
extent of
T my resources :
rice.lets I THE VETE A l\s Ilk UNION.iy F. T. McColl um. Ferrata, an Italian railroad contractor by a memorable scene in which the

'J t Frank McCillum, Jr. of this city r absconded with brokers gathered around the prin-

: one, --/-j---_ M\N\ SPOTS ON THE SUN. Percy Lanecondition colored; la serious $10, OO of his firm money according : cipal trading poats: and gave three

appt\- ?sacola HolHbj attire forTbemGlloyleston to the statements made by his cheers for J. Pierpont Morgan and

Elected Astronomer In Pittslmrs DiscoversItrinarkable Hufus Hall colored partner. It is alleged Ferrata drew the members of the pool which had

..re the c Commander. druup. F T. McC llutn and sea, both of the money out of!the bank ostensiblyfor saved the day
rsuacol whom were fcainfulj hurt are here the purpose of paying the laborers I The aggregates. amount of money
La aDd ts Oct. 23-Pensacola is Pittsburg Pa., October 24.-John I. installing a tew purifying plant but the latteV clam! they recei.- which bad been Contributed in order

jells tontoueJ $$s t scion of the soldiers of ,A. Brashear, the astronomer, has dL.\; j The cause[of the explosion is ed no money \ weather the storm and restore con's'

ay, the veterans' reunion I covered a remarkable group of son' thought to have been the lighting'of Italians who had/been working for fidence aasumpd truly colossal pro-

ar.atFeatIJ l i Ida Divisica of Veterans spots some of them so prominentthat : a match near Vme of the large mains Ferrata also charge that he took I portions. Hoaghlv estimated it Includes -

; i bM4 phi m'Cued h here this morning, with favopble conditions, they : while-the caps' was o fSENTIMENTAL more than $1 00 of their money'I $25: .OfO.WO. which Secretary ,

tt I t attendance of any re- can be seen with the naked eye He which they had wen him to keep for Cortelou deposited in the New York
o In any years. The city Several before he 7 the Morgan
says it will be days IU IU.LX1Ur.obs them banks U5.q 00,000 which -
::0 poreat b.ottday a re, flags and bunt is whether they ) the floor
able to determine Ferrata was flormeriy an Italian ex- pool brought to $10-
I g1ed with the flag of the will have magnetic effect on the : OOO.UUO which John D Rockefeller
'' any the Old Man Hut Kef uses savings change banker aDd labor agent at

wr.1. 'act* ring on every earth. He said:\\ I of His Little (.irJ.ew New Orleans and is said to be a deposited! with the Union Trust Cow-

*k t e spacious armory "For the past six days the surfaceof nephew of Cardinal Ferrata private any as a neans of stemming the
N4 t thfctraped< eetlngs are being the sun has been literally covered : :\ York Oct. 23.-/burglar I secretary to tbe Pope. tide at the Tens Company of America i '

J tit i the colors of the with spots. Saturday evening at with sentiment in.,popularl/suppoted I and finally another $30.000,004) t

a morning Mayor sunset some of these spots could be to be a rarity but such a one has been j Rev. J. A. Bendr). presiding eldcrl which it is understood Mr Rockefeller -

s t 'Ike ed the veterans to plainly seen with the naked eye Up found here He stole $80 in money' of the Jacksonville ditrict. Methodist stood ready to advance to. meet I

C Lfc v* ttLU &| s replied to by Major to the present time I have found five and valuables from th* home of : Episcopal Church South, came in any further strew of conditions in Y

her addresses of wel the Gustus T. Rulaad, a sea captain but ; all considerable in excess of $100.- '
> | I great groups w rich cross near ,last night and held tine fourth quar-
.. sea sJu. refused to take the saving of Rn-- e. ..tt.
consumed the extend to
center of the They terly conference: for this jear Tbe
JIM kstt land little Grace about ,
while daughter ,
the afteru the equatorial r gion. where they reports made show all of the depart
...... devoted her few Jewelry' trinkets I.
$18 or
to business are not usually undo j I ments of the church, work to be i>i llrs. Vine) Lowe, aged 71 yea
I- reports of Instead of rifling the girl's bank he I
.... committees "One great roup of 100,000 very good condition.- The board of dd at her home i>} the Pine ve
t net left this note on it: "I have a sweet ; I
tendered the '
11 square miles h three bridges extending stewards introduced a resolution, settlement yesterday, and be
S afterward many attend across 1 dark patch of the little girl of my own. I hate to be1 wuich was .carried to( increase the I burned! today atVhe; fa burying

I Rebels at the opera sun, forming a sort of three-sided in this business but I am compelled j j pastor's salary another )ear two hun i ground atsilt CreekXn Hamilton

.0O. k ttternoon the Second I connection betty en the south east to My regards to the baby." '; dred dollars. Other plans are being coant). MrsLow: e gas ihe widow of
.. meetng and unanlmS. and north sides f the sun's surface developed to improve and enlarge the : Thpmas Lowe and leaves five children r a
vsl C. Boyleston, Mr. Brashear a's that the chances Geo Turman and son of Suwannee work in this church, which will place ai) of whom reside in 1,111.coun-
'" commander There of seeing the sifts with the naked Station are among the visitors here u in the grade of the best charges i iy Mrs Lowe was a devout member -
omlnatlons.ftile t ere tomorrow "'pI be good. today. : in the Florida conference of the Methodist church t



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STATE OFFICERS. measured the tracks and he found I

each 10 inches in length with the
N. B. Broward Govercor.
big toe slightly shorter than the
H. Clay Crawford. Secretary of State.
others. Mr. McMillan, the morning
Wm. V. Knott, Treasurer.A. .
of the attack upon his wl.fe. measuredthe

C. Croom, Comptroller. track, and te found then that .

W. II Ellis Attorney General the foot was 2d inches in length, with

B. E. McLln. Commissioner of Agriculture the big toe slightly shorter than the '

: other toes. / I'I.I

W. M. Holloway. State Superintendent There is no yfonger any doubt |I I

Public Instruction. about the Ide / ty of "Barefoot Bill."

Patrolman Sfkes has nabbed the
Ernest Amos. State Auditor.W. .
right man and the nerviest thief
B. Saddler, Assistant Auditor.
who has flayed Tampa in many yearsIs

in the foils- This afternoon many <
people have visited the City Hall and W
U. Shackleford. Chief Justice: identified clothing stolen from them :
F By universal testimony Red Rock
4 A. W. Cockrell. J. B., VVhitfield Just before tne News went to press

Feawick Taylor R. C. Parkhlll.. Immigration Officer Kirk identified a Fruit Punch has been awardedthe

A. mocker Associate Justices. suit belonging to Mr. Schmucker.
who is connkted with the immigration palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and

RAILROAD COMMISSION. service r and who had some cloth- success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordancewith

ing stolen from him some time ago. the following:
It. Hudson Burr Chairman; N. II.
Blitch. J. L. Morgan. Royal C '
A Sdt>otM. (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests)

Dunn. Secretary.MEMBER Sandy Pikes-Lady, could yer help 8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE :

a poor mans dat has just found a 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE

DISTRICT.Prank lets S*. tab-j Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar,

Clark. Lady-How rant.belp your allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Sandy Pikes-Whjr, you can pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add
ma a good solid meal of rich (foods I
the four of Red Rock.
B. H. Palmer, Judge. so I can get the indigestion and try !' quarts

Cary A. Hardee. State's Attorney. de tablets.-Ch/ago News '!


COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. Henry E. Jones, of Tampa, Fla,

B. Johnson. State Senator. writes: "I can thank God for my pre- Having sold out by drug business ..... . . . . . . . > . . . 'UI.
sent health due to Foley's I
Kidney on account of my health ask all who I
MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE- Cure. I tried doctors and all kindsof THE FAMILY SHOE STORE.
i oe me to please to come as soon 33possible f
SENTATIVES. kidney cure but nothing done me I
I and pay their accounts, ab I II If
W. R. Dorman.V.. H. McClellan. much good till I took Foley's Kidney
I : ; Think what it means
I ; t
I i s
.in anxious to pay all the outstanding I
Cure. Four bottles cured me and 1 i TTY 9 J. t That is what we are. ,
actoants the Live Oa ,
J. N. Conner ban no more pain in hack and against ;
County Judge. my : Our reason is because isM *
., .'
I J. W. Bryson, Clerk Circuit Court. shoulders. I am 62 ears old, and Drug Co., sad get off for a while for I : t I ,bf "Our Family" line of "

I J. II. Uickerson. Sheriff.G. suffered long. but thanks to Kolex's III. health Respectfully. : I ', tib "Star Brand Shoes w. 4

B. Lord. Treasurer.J. Kidney Cure I ant well and can \V. H. BELL. ':.:fI ;" '" ..- ,. : ave a shoe for every ?
N. Meeks. Tax Collector.A. walk and enjoy my..U. It is a I i iI 2 ;. ,I. m"r-iber of enf'trolly.. '
D. Hemming Tax Assessor.J. pleasure to recommend it to those Ki IdaDl refused to eat t : 'tfO ;o haTe all onr 'amlly .
E. needing a Y.d I )'" i e)11 I., -hod ec mmiically la I
Wood. County Superintendent kidneymedicine. City I part of that appl*. Eve Mould have I i lt v.c\\\\-fttlnpd service
Public Instruction. Pita rmacr. oet..Jw- I
fired him out (JifyEden for ofestinaoA I j\lJ g.vin.i .;: shoes
II. I:. Carter. Judge Criminal Courtof : WOMAN "
Record. Very Li fly. I wo\ i t'A D CfflLD "Our Famlh" Shoe
marriage is too Ito nolan \ T a rp made br experts laf
O. O. McCollom Solicitor Criminal ASmON MTIltITOn 1I .
Dick-Whey you suppose I agreement tu btaitd for anything f"i ispec alty factoriesT

Court. Choll) Saphead that high handshake our rel itiyps b% marriage want MADE IN St:LOUIS BY- from the best box calf
M. M. Hawkins Clerk Criminal Court that he i alwa, working' I t leather that can be
-J- cTllS-
Tom-Takhrs cups fat the ladies bought for the money.

Journal : Tie Men'a and Bo>'s are Go d\ear welts which means tilt
W. A. Tison. Chairman; M. I.
-- the soles are flex:bie and that there are no tacks, wax or
Burnett J. J. Dempsey J. II. i
.\ Oanl. threads inside to hurt burn and blister the feet Being rein6 -
Grant. II. II. Darts. ;
I forced under the in..ton with: a brass clinched fastening they
This is to certify that all druggistsare
jj cannot rip.
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD authorized to refund your money i; I II
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to !i 3 NIGHTS 3 : \\ K SI.:U. Till MKN'S Ki :s! _.':;; and S.J.OO, BOYS |:i23.
E. It. Wise Chairman; A. D. Puter-
baugh. It. II. Carver. cure jour cough or cold. It stops j I I STARTING ; YOCTIISK) LITTLE CIHI.S' $jJ.':;').

the cough heals the lungs and prevents t;: : On account of the Women's Misses and Children's shoes

CITY DIRECTORY. serious results from a cold :Thursday Oct. 24 I hating metal clinch sole retainer, tbe soles can't pull ip rt"OflJ

J. B. Johnson Mayor.C. Cures la grippe cough and presents : 1111.SHOES: Hut \\OMKX AUK $1..;. MISSESIoO.

II. Brown Alderman and President pneumonia and consumption. Contains M'KCIU: MATINEE N.VT. i CIIILDKKV. H t4. 114. 1.:1.1; 5 and 8, $1.10.

Cay Council.AldermenS. no opiates The genuine is in The S'ar on the heel and the name "OUR FAMILY on the

o J. White T. S. Ander- a jellow package. Refuse substitutes Henry F. Willard'sconuiis.% t sole of each shoe is aguarantee that they are honestly eoastructod -
; eon. J. M. Darcl y, W J. Hlllman, City Pharmacy. o't-dw' : and full of satisfaction.

J. E. Wood J. L. White. r f To Mr' the mis to like them. l.\met"C them.
i \othin ei\i+d. [
W. II. Lyle Superintendent City I .
Water Works. Stella-So eloped with the i BOWLING LUMBER CO.

It. II. Haddock. City Marshal and !chauffeur Bella-Yes. 'buNtbe' fines broughtit j Presenting an Entire new List of .r....* . . . . . . . . . . ,..-
Sanitary Inspector.: Productions Opening With
up to the cost of\n ordinary wedding .j
W. D. Wright Police. The Southern Sensation ::::
-New York
TAMl'A TERLtoRt'GHT.. K'nnE'dy's lAxative Cough Syrups tj cni0fIi
a safe, sure and prompt remedy for I I| Car Load S. High CUss Vaudeville,
r'l't :: Idlest Moving Pictures ,New Illustrated | rg&The
w "Barefoot Bill 'ri'tratur of Many
''. Crim4'\>iDrht' at Lat. coughs and colds and is good for Songs. j II

member of :I l.XTHfCa \ aXTHAI :
every the family. Sold by I
(Tampa News, %3d.) ..t. Coo. Liable aid, Miss Annie N\-l-
I Live Oak Drug Co. oet-dw nn Two of the Sm_lk-nt
After a continuous search night 1fter

.. 1 and day for "D efoot Bill," the ne- I .\ a Btia has to you ROYAL ILLII'fTIONS\\OKLD IN THE

gro who hag termed the city for
awhile you ca jud/of how MR a In a series of operatic and dramatic first issue of Cyclone ]
i weeks past, the p lice are positive sketch which are changed nightly.Ion't The Southern
that in Louis 001 stein they have story it is safe veil him.

that same "Ba foot Bill" This Keceptu.n forget Matinee.: the Special Saturday will be out November 1st. 1|

afternoon Dote he Wool and Nobody ksoww bard a politicIan -
weaver will
Matinee 25 and eight of rea
35c spicy
Patrolman Sjkes. the latter being the has to work in order to b<> sui+ l'HlCES : pages
Nights 25. %, :;O'oJC
officer who nested him Desk Ser- prised when he is nom' ated I ing matter and should note
Sets now on sale at BUTLER BROS. you
geant Osbur and others In the police I

I. lobby ,,itn< sed the negro don the i iI iI I the first number.We .

j slouch hat which has been a familiar I

. part of his raparel, and then. W. P. are going to give a cash prize of $10,00 for ,

, McMillan beldc present Mrs McMil best Ghost J J9'
sent us by February 15th,
lan was broug into the room. Sev-

eral weeks ago tola negro, between 3 Story must be original, and not exceeding J Ja

and 4 a. m.. at! the McMillan resi- cca\\ words.

dence, clasped thfe throat of this ladr

scratching her Mlth his nails This Send us 50 subscrif \
MAKES A HIT at once for a years
afternoon she identified him positively -
HRY TIME UP and write the
and also identified the shoes ha story at your convenience.

wore on that 'CAslon. She remarked -

,. them well \ hen the negro attacked f Brain Workers and Champion Athletes THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE

her and cognized them ths ,
laid them Rely upon Coca-Cola..They know the genuine,
1 Minute she eyes upon
when bottled genres as a tonic without undue
again. Her hus and attempted to stimulation, and delightfully relieves that physically Drawer 39. Live Oak,
confuse ber with!various pairs of tired feeling and cobwebby mental state so
shoes but failed) She knew the common in summer time. See that your dealer
suop: es you or keep it in your refrigerator. Al-
I pair. / w&j a remember that the bottled br put op under AND
Later. Detectjve Wood weaver took otho ntrt>f th.C.cC.U 3.uiiag m. Mlmi.i7 r riJacksaaville a CBS CROUP

Goldsmith, barefooted, into the area Coca-Cola B.ttli.g C...J.cr< o.,m. Fin Pneumonia S

back of the dity Hall. Reluctantlyand
The Family Safe-Guard. 2.x, S* $ r 1
nervously Louis made imprintsin Live Oak Bottleing Works Sole a 12nlninl1 Aborts Pneumonia i ( h *i. I". .. J
gent HttdtJQilcUj a.ir1. CrlailMlJabcirty. _: ". >, i .."
the sand. Then Mr. McMillanI Acts Q.l kU 2ihu4s..sa.. Mf kCh .m.. 'c-,.'aaNr.+

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*111 M m 11111 \ 111 i in i H i i 11 n 1111111 MI 1111 111111111111
, .. . . . . . . . . . . . . II . . . . .s .n. .n. HENRY f. WIUARD.I If there were no rainy days the
111111 ii M 11 i 111 i 111 u 111 1113 H 1111111 i i m .IIIIIIIIIIIIIHUlnl .t dealer in ladies' fancy hose would
tt soon be bankrupt. ;

L t married: \

I If a an likes cloves he
+ .t might just as well get his drink before

II411II rfrT The he reason eats-any.-talk' -is so cheap Is because


:S on the it market takes 3D/ very little to put it

-411II +. : Brains are things a man has to

have in order tojnake up for woman's

I'I I I'I SLY.Henry a 4i a. monopoly Reason on Is beauty.quality men exercise

when they wi h to be known as different -

} (I from otfcer mortals.

"""" 3OL.-=_ _'" ,..... .... ... Notice of Apiflication for Tax Deed
lot I
of.t. f : Under Section H of Chapter

*;:+I I 18XS, Laws of Florida.

It Notice Is hereby given that D. W.
Willard's Comedians
COMPANY : who will play here next Thursday Brown, purchaser of Tax Certificate!

!.. Friday and Saturday nighls ;. o. 4, dated the 5th day of Jnn ,

: ,and Saturday matinee.t A. D. 1905 has filed said certificatein

: tl my office, and has made application -
.. -" .1..+..
ai.v! for tax deed to Issue in accord-
t ance wjth law. Said certificate embraces ,
: :+= I To Whom It May Concern:
:j j Be it known the following described property
situated in Suwannee
+ .. j BOTTLING WORKS, having their of- Count.
+;. Florida, to-wit: East one-half of
+ .* |I lice and factory In the city of Live
I'i''I I:;;1I'l'm I :I:' m mHnmm"' mmm m:::I:II I I::::;'!d:::IIIU ::: ..._. -= : 'fijOak t i county of Suwannee state of southwest one-fourth of Section '27.

J + Florida have adopted and do herebyj Township 2 south, Range 15 east

Book News and Commercial 1PRINTERSU j publish this device towit: "The property >u acres.
"i| of LIVE OAK BOTTLING The said land being assessed at

+ i WORKS TRADE MARK REGISTER the date of the Issuance of such certificate
+ ED. LIVE OAK, FLA." to be blown in the name of Unknown.
I. or etched into the bottles and
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
:I siphons, painted printed or stenciled
according to law, tax deed
i + on all boxes, cases, trays or fountains
I will Issue thereon on the 18th day of
.I. used by tlem In the manufacture of
,,, ., ,, _... I November A. D. 1907.
;1 ---" -""- -- -- -" : "- ''' t : soda, or other mineral waters. Said

bottles siphons, boxes, cases, trays or Witness my official signature and
I I fountains bearing the name of "The seal this the 17th day of Octobo,

I Live Oak Bottling Works," as aboie A. D. 1907.

I quoted, are hereby claimed to be the (Seal) J. W. BRYSON,

:t j I'property of the said LIVE OAK BOTTLING Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee County -

VTO job is too large and none too small]] for .. = :corporations WORKS are hereby and all cautioned persons not or Florida. w-oct8-4t

I to deface, erase obliterate! cover up Notice Application for Tax Deal

us to handle, and everything: in the J for otherwise remove or conceal said Under Section 8 of Chapter
: name or device thereon or to devise,
Printing Line comes easily within our limit. : I buy sell, give, take or otherwise dispose IHHS. Laws of Florida.

of, or wantonly destroy or traffic Notice is hereby given that J. W.
: ;
con-sent I Wells, purchaser of Tax CertificatesNos.
of. or unless the same shall have

AUR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papers : : been purchased from the said LIVE 337 and 340. dated the 7th day

OAK BOTTLING WORKS. Also the of June, A. D., 1897 and Tax Certificate -

,, is one of the largest carried in Florida, i device and emblem of lAbtowit: No. 196. dated the 6th day of
"Suwannee Trade
i i Mark Registered June, A. D. 1904 has filed said certi-

t.. and with a well equipped modern Printing !' ginger. Ginger ale known.Ale the Live most Oak refreshing Bottling ficates in my office, and has made application -

for tax deed to issue In accordance -
Works Live Oak, Fla. printed I in
. Plant new type and artistic printers we : with law. Said certificates
three colors, and upon which, In the
right hand corner appears the pictureof embraces the following described
can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as an Indian woman, sitting upon a property situated In Suwannee County -

I rock by a Stream of water. Florida, to-wit: No. 337, southwest -
and prompt as any establishment in the : .iny corporation or firms, or par- : one-fourth of northeast one-

ties using the said bottles, siphons I fourth; No. 340, northeast one-fourth

South. A trial will convince. Samples and : boxes cases, trays, or labels or Imita- of Lot 5; No. 196 northwest one-

tion or attempted imitation thereof fourth of southeast one-fourth; all
Estimates Furnished on Application. I will be prosecuted as per law as laid
of said land in Section 22, Town-
down in Chapter 4581. Acts of 1897.
ship 5 south, Range 13 east
of tbe state of Florida.U'E .
M The said land being assessed at
- H. H. Holmes. Pr.p..1 the date of the Issuance of, such certi-

Live Ook. Fla., Oct. 25, 1907. ficate in the name of Unknown.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -

,. I I I" !I'''' .!'.- t I TO i' according to law, tax deed
) : l!! I 'i I:: I II I i II i i Ii THE FAP.MKIW.;
t will issue thereon on the 18th day of
It seems that some one for some
of Mail reason and without any knowledgeof I November A. D. 1907.
We Make a Specialty the law, has put out the report in Witness my official s.gnature and

tIi the county that farmers are not :allowed -'scab this the 17th day of October.A. .

to sell their produce, either D. 1907.
I -:- Order Business -:- fruits vegetables or fresh meats
I within the city. I wou'd like to say Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee County

=," '" I ", that there is no such State law or Florida. woctl84'Notite
city ordinance.You .

farmers bring your produce: : Application for Tax Deed
.tI- In, we need it.I .
write this because I have ha I t'lulor motion H of Chapter

1.. more than a score of inquiries about tribe, Laws of Florida.
such a law J. n. JOHNSON, Notice is hereby given that E. B. '

Mayor. McLeran, purchaser of Tax Certificate

LIVE OAK I No. 7, dated the 5th day of June.

NOTICE TO tl'lkIotCmmms. A. D. 190S, has filed said certificateIn

and has made application -
AH subscribers who have not paid my oee,
their subscriptions will confer a for tax deed to issue in accordance -

PUBLISHINGCOMPANY special favor if they will call and settle with law. Said certificate cm-

for the paper. The editor can live braces tbe following described property -

about as long as anybody on climate situated in Suwannee County l

t Ir and suns...ne. but the paper houses Florida to-wit: Lot 5n: xl0 feet,

j ji bate to be paid and so do the prim northeast corner Block 19. Wellborn.

ers If it is convenient, please give Tbe said land being assessed! at '
heed to
prompt our requestThe
the date of tbe issuance of such certi

ficate in tbe came of Unknown.
average man wastes as much
Unisys said certificate shall be r,-
time ove' how to get nil,hair cut asa
deemed according to law, tax deed
woman >es about ber hat.
will issue thereon on the 18th day of
November, A. D. 1907.
Power is Ysoooetbing everybody
Wito M my official signature and
eulogizes unlesk the other fellow hap
usV\ seal this the 15th day of October.
S pens to be it against them.
A. D. 1907.

(Seal) J. W. BRYSON.
Ambition is wha leads a man
+ 44,44V +"I " iMMIHMMMHI Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee Coajty. : tt
want th/world to tI., k the same of
IIIIIIIIIIIIMHHIIIII MMMMMI 1 him ai it does of his ..neighbor Florida. w-octl8-U ;1


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; AGAIN THE,PEXS10X LAW. of this season's crop. Has raised upwards -I.$- -$-$-$-$-$-$.-5-3- ..-.-,-,-,-.-iIConfidence
The people/bf) Florida generallyand of five hundred bushels of I
the Confederate veterans specially corn has forty-five meat hogs to
"* Published every Afternoon have entire confidence in General butcher at t\e proper time, has sold I
Except Sunday. 1 IN
William A*. Jewell as a representative $159 worth oV beef catty during tba .

citizen and veteran. His Confederate year and basViade potatoes, syrup ,I
s' comrades have testified their and other food hops jnnply sufficient I \
OHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and M'fr.
: Begets enthusiasm, which accounts forM I
t. f faith in him by electing him to the to carry him'and Ins family. Mr. !

s Catered at the Postoffice. Lire Oak highest office in their gift that of Bond says, so we 3 e informed, that i M F the ardor with which we are pushing .1

t Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter Commander of the Florida Divisionof his farm this ye/ wjjl pay him an j I

r November 7, 1905. Confederate Veterans, and of his average month. Is there j! t The First National :
I intense fidelity to their Interests another of like 'ize. which '

THE tIlE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. there Is not a\guestlon among them. pall cut as well?" Batt'I

1, What he sajs\on pensions or any i I i I Every safeguard is thrown around
; other matter affecting; them will re- The Frank Mayes boomlet for Governor -
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be i They are frequently inspected of
i ceive earnest and' respectful consideration has ,.orked over into Alabama : cared
mailed to any part of the United
f States pastage prepaid tor $5.00 and in his address at the and tb Bi-u'.ngtatn! Age-Herald, 1& troller of Currency, and are on to make

per year; 12.50 for six months; Annual Reunion now in progress in one f the Ma'e's leading papers, i i sworn statements to him five times each year, hence II I

r $1.25 for three months, or 50,cents Pensacola he has said some* things wan.3 to sec hu t'le.'ted-Uyc Oar : they are under the direct supervision of the National

for five weeks. In advance. Delivered about the present State pension law Do uocrat..vow I Government, and its the staongest on earth 1',1for
to any part of the city by startling enough to arrest the atten- I : listen to that, will yon! HOtm-1
I carrier for 10 cents per week. tion of every taxpjger in Florida. If., Uoomlc.: bidu'l joa start thet I Safest Banking

J .--------- om --- That law has been qlticized in very I : ing, Mr. D"oiO\..ratere not joa i I Best :Methods, .1"1

j The, lat ne the bedside gingerl fashion by )iboth press and father to the thought? And now to Up-to-date Service ,I

'I,E of Editor Cattejr. of the Jacksonville politicians for it was considered refer to it by the disparaging tern i Liberal Treatment., II
Metropolis, Is trfa favorable character of "boomlet" We to but *
dangerous to meddle with, especiallyby are going -
but hisconoHton is critical l Conservative Methods.
I jet office-seekers who needed the old never mind We'll nominate you for I ;

I soldier vote. But i when General something some time We may boa) II+ 1 j Always use the National Banks. They have prosI I 1 1I
1 Our
sympathies outjo our
go head bead 1
coa's of
fire but
Jewell, the official of the Con- on jour we
:1 straining and'mo anting over the heavy federate Veterans of Florida, tells us won't po'cold water/on it-never. I pered in greater numbers than all other banking institutions. r
; guns which \nt cnard at the entrance -Pensaco Journal. I T .
that this law, in the language of the 1
} of Pensacola bay. but that's Pensacola Journal,' permits and is "Uisuarag g ten indeed PerishI I II 1Vatc us grow, our profits are now as large 33

the way to malt* soldiers. They used for unneeded benefactions to I the thought'\A\ey 'rote that little T our capital was at our beginning.HIM 11
will homo in. better health
come men of wealth at tost of men who word, "hoomleyyCdvisedly, because 1
and spirits fed betttr soldiers thanif really need and are entitled to the I in view of the fjct that Editor Majesdwlined

they haa ben to dale of the old- honorable aid of the State," it is time II the n nation for which we'' NATIONAL BANK

time encampments w discipline to do some serious thinking. When to sincerely s/g;e\fed him we didn't ,
j was lax and but little was learned he tells us that over fifty per centof I want his puuhc Vareer hereafter I I'

the applicant for pensions under I handicappeY by a mom that failed. i Live Oak, Florida.

Earnest -Willie Upshaw has injected the new law are from those who are even thouiji it failedVit his own sug- :

himself Into the prohibition cam- above the need ;of this aid and not a I gettion X\e didn't \ant it so that '- '
-----s.-S-S--1! -! -i: --t-H"
paign in Jacksonvilhr'and given it few from those who are consideredmen people c/uld say, "Db\Ia'es had a I

renewed and increased vigor. He has of wealth, it looks very much I boom for Governor once\but it didn't I II --- --

arranged for a Lht liC debate on that like that law could be revised and I stick, Jfce must look \elsewhere:' i VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT
Issue with My wan a newspaperman amended with ,large benefit to the Hence we said "boom let"' 0 suggest 'i i ,.I

and Congressman Clark will men who realm need its aid Undoubtedly -I a tentative nomination whicli no frost : '

also speak /or the prohibition cause there Is a strong sentimentin I could kill and might be withdrawn at i BOWLING 'ARKWAT

there next Tuesday nVeht. If Jack- the State to that effect which has pleasure without injury to the ex- '

sonville Isn't careful sne'll go "dry" been hesitating to express itself, and penrnent or prejudice to future ambitions i
yet now that \Jewell has spokenso .I Do, you catch on* And now !II

f -- plainly it will! perhaps pluck up will you please publicly apologize for :; .Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages

General Jewell, in his Pensacola courage and begin) to call for legislation I intimating that we could disparage !

address toVthe veteraqxfsa}s that last revision -r From GeneralJewell's our own judgment and a valued i| HOT AND eOl D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOODTA3LE. GOOD BEDS. It"'.....

year the or er of United Confederate address we take the following friend at the same time as jour paragraph WATER IN EVERY ROOM BILUA D TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND
l Veterans inVhisytountry spent over : suggests editor of the

J100.000 in IjXevolent purposes. A "I have obtained from a reliable Journal is the logical candidate for _RATES____REASONABLE,-. __ &17 GUL5 MIL Esco'ECTIONATLiVEO4xwIIN; : u IUfi
"" proud recordxXuSeed for an organization source some ,information regarding Governor on a prohibition platform, ,

f' in whpeli th\re is but little pension matters which I now lay be- but as he won't have it, we want to 1 ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWLiiHG r11f K. FLORIDA LIVE CAR
wealth apd no sourQe of revenue but fore you Ender the old law there go on record as saying that he would
the voluntary were 3,300 make a fine candidate for Governoron --
contribution at -- --
of men, pensioners an expenseto ---- -- -- ---

nearly ill of whom are of moderate the State of something over $300- any sort of a platform that a good '1....+3'+3.3 h F31++++t9++++++fi-I"1+t-+trt3+J"t* I I 111 > 111 H*
t : means. Ol/O L"i to a >etk or two ago there man and a good Democrat could :...

I had been 2,400 new applications filed stand on t 1907 THE 1907
It under the new law and more con- io ---
The Gainesville Sun takes notice In union there is strength In the M
t f and \ stantly connng\in. Under the us>ualgenerous
says: old days,when a big bank toppled, the Crescent Pharmacy
f "Judge Carter of the Live Oak allowance or average, about + ,
others got scared, drew in all their
p r criminal court is another official who ninety per cent pf these will be allowed resources, Vft the weaker ,! ,
./ is giving the blind.,*lgers" the proper hundred by of the the Pension,new applications Board Several their fate, ami the resujt.was) a panic 'i I! LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
"medicini> \ Ife sentences them But they do It better/these days, as .
i to one year in th /penitentiary, with- already on the pension roll and witness the Walk Street flurry when :i The
others Prescription Store.
being Drug
; out the option/f\j laying a fine. If constantly added It I the Knlckbocker / rust Companywent
1: such a rule was a by every will require approximately:!OOOO .: -
opted to down. ;Mopgjn and the other ,
I judge tr'In / it is payoff the pension roll up to September [ I :Ll'
.1' probable big it'd to the hell :: .' /', ..:
that tie "varminn\s" 30, 1907 To settle the I A ,J .
soon of the eeakeynstitut x>ns that werehonestly .. : ;" J \ .r ,
claims .
to December 21 will require -. --- -- ', / ',x' -
cease preying the -
upon public'Governo I -- -
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solvent, ) I
, extended tbe afd necessaryand lttnakesuodif- .. -
l: about $600,000 will be t ............... I Itwukesnodif-
Droward the result, \ '
and Adjutant was that nfidence'I fmme
hwNeMankjotirilot. '
needed I I \\ wht!*fl
regtet to say that a careful tf fen-iu
r General Foster are both attending estimate indicates that over fifty I was qui ly restored, and yi panic +: '. 'I / ; Itlallk'ourdue. >c-
the encampment of State troops at averted It was original chaos at the .ole tor\\ntejour W/ / k. writes uur
per cent--over one half of the new l ( ;,. j fur }
i Pensacola. II MajoDapray, military applications-*are from those: who are I beginning of things 1n this UnUers0, of-ole prey'ription Oil I __ '_Lv\ Ilrt'JII'rilllioD] 01t
11 l adviser to\he'Governor. is also above any way and we have been slowly :: \\ecanlilltlunilormtlj. i, r- v.rrantillthenift
the : =
.1 need of this aid from the r' r. ..; .,
present we truj 'that ills Excellency bringing order out of confusion and oi- '. .
State and not| a few from those who I : I" (. ) iX-" : ,_ f'urn'lil"
will use his)nfll 'nCt>, his authorityIf mprovmg methods .r ,
our .
ever :
are 'J f ,. .It I
men of wealtho What 1 i : J' !
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necessary; to k\ep peace between \\ell g--t <'vorv thing right after : f\f )
will be the ked i < : : :
I P of this when the 'iI1fe
t I i f 1
that haughty warrior and General i fact-if Indeed it proves to be a fait while, :I- ....'. } .I.J j..h
"'oster'e; want only mimic war at -becomes I- I. =...... -._Y t;
I grnerallj known to the -
1 the encampment, \ I +

l' --- --- I intend public to Your express commander his personal does views not JFJv DISCRIMINATE, i \\here You Get Your Prescriptions ii Correctly filled at

Ah, that a golden phrase and how as to the merits or demerits of the' t Reasonable Prices.

t full of eer and comfort aaa thatwhich new pension law nor to criticise any FYov let....fill your prescriptions and sell your drug store articles. W'f' a-. i .kt*
John I' line of fresh and reliable trowls Bring ui '..4jo -
. Sharp Williams used in comrade or other + your i.rescnotioiw u>fill Wntt.y
person-membWs I : tlo 'estpriceA Phone us your order Prompt aal rehab: :.' ,
his discuss n of the 'negro problem of State troops or others, who being R + HOINE ISo 22O
' in the current numb of the Metropolitan above the need of a pension have applied 1ll/ I >sSVPER-

Magaz /Things go rightin for It. But so far as this matter f The Crescent Pharmacy
the long run end not g ,
"rong. ( affects our standing as an organization cam. EFVt
Simple and easvAou say and jet it before the world it is a duty + LIVE OAK. FLORIDA.

is the biggest jfnoukht and the big- that we se to It that no harm comes --
gest truth eiCr j putynto the same to us ao a body or to our members'eoftheSouthhavefor. I P. s.- Use "fktther's 66" for Chills; and fever No Cure, N j PHH ." I
number of rords It \the last beat "\\

hope of tie,) world in pu ely worldly years heaped scorn upon our breth- in the election of jour personal efi'et'li| ..- -. .1111 .. .1 H++++++++++++.l I .. .+'H+ ++++++++"'"

affairs, for all the machinery of the ren of the North for what we believed whether apparel or jewelry, you will r i. -

universe and the power anif goodnessof was the graft practiced in tl,.! appreciate the IITRA Extri sivoicss of
God are behind the proposition to i matter oi Federal pensions Shall

make it the eternal truth. I the finger f scorn be yet pointed at THE I : PARTYTICKETS j ;

I us for similar grwdf"

t' The Pensacola Gawbone and its HOWARD
t esteemed contemporary the Chat-I| The farmer who fan** with beta ++ :IKe Oak to Dowfing Park on sale: daily to

tahooctfee. Bug are two recent additions 'and hand \like and i/oat satisfied WATCHLet ...ttt+ at rate of 50 cents round trip with

to Florida journalism I to whomwe merely to nmke a Ihyg. but wants tc A-+4'--L+..1.. Minimum of ten fares. Call on e.;+tOI:

extend thdvright bYad of fellow- I make a proft\ on hj* work and lay bv pr.Urt Agent Phone 152 for ;t: .. ,I t$
and with exchange something for ship .
Viora/we further +t
. newest information. +
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k!o with pleasure Wfcefher they are the ,' that builds up country and adds to models for vourinsuoctionWe '

! subsdfed! minion pf the heartless, toe general prosperity by increasing ------- -- ----- ------ J
carry a'J other makes
grasping or the free and his own. Tbfe Madison Xew Enterprise .i .. .
corporations >> .H.VsM'i'W -i a cY'
>-rM>!o-i ;'+Wit. !
f untrammelled oftamp'Cms of the dear tells u/of suck a farmer in that a'so Cur Repair Department

people, we arc unable\to say, but : county as /ollows And we hail him is ccmpletc. Call and see us. 1, we ELL NOTHINJG! EXCEPT

time will telf We have'our eye u..1 with morpleasure trVn we would anew Health and Accident Insure_1Ce.

: shall not hesitate to I| candidate for GOnor: ,
the cloven hopf or th> ; "W,JL Bond has a forK acre farm RADFORDThe !, Annual! Ser-Annual, Quarterly or Monthly Preen i-n-
rOked"Afhali : PITTS & MctWEN General! LIVE OAK f LA.
t ; reveal either of themas in thy Hickstown settlement a few Agents, ,

f the ins.iaious agents of predatorwealth. > I II mile/west of town Tbus far re ha- Jeweler P. S. -We need a few more good Agen- North F, -, a. tf

I I sold seven bales of Sea Island cotton tit( OAK. FU! i i.wt4ws. .4a tn34k?+9lrra E s.3 si-a a/aQ4+r3-V.is1 3 H'w.o.....7+ttf


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y NTED-A' good cook. Mrs. J.I) H. A. Blackburn returned yeste-- I 1 i pit. here beforehand will be heard M..

B. Barton.J. day from New/1"ork. where he has for Sale i I again with >great deal of pleasure.
I been his Charles who is : HAVE 1'OUNOTICED
visiting son I j I He is a type of gentleman and schol-

P. Howland, of Lancaster, Is on in a hospital therey I I i ar that'ery one who knows admires I THE
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our streets today. 1 ; as a eacher and speaker he
i Choir practice tonight at the We offer at a bargain, has few equals! the State for clear- I S lXITOLADRTISING
Wim' from Rock Cut. i Ishere Methodist at six o'clock. j
IL erley. I CUUIL. thirty six room cottage with cut logic and deVp reasoning on the
tradinJ-toda)', I II All members requested to be pre ; vital subjects of the hour. Everybody AND Of FIR IN THE
sent. on should h/ar
IJ. I Dr. Sledd Sunday.
L. White of PJne Grove Is in south Ohio avenue. Most I
Ii'O'IAV5 i HONE :
town today trading. C. C. Cook. H. B. Macado and desirable residence sectionof I Col. Frank\Drew returned Tu'srlay jI
Charley Westmoreland have gone to
I from North Carolina, where he
S. T. Duckworth d\ffe are here Houston to spend the day with than the city. If you are went on a visit to his son. Frank whois I COLLIERS DELINEATOR

today shoppng.L. : squirrels.C. contemplating purchasinga I I In the BinghanJ school. There arc

home in Live Oak come : four of the Live Oak boys there, I 110 SAtiITOL.lP PRODUCTS $1.00
Languor is .
A. Lancaster L. Bus ey. the Seaboard's ef- J Frank Ivin Bache, Carl it

t here today trading'I I ficient ticket agent here went to up to our office and let j Brown aud WiSder Surrency, and I

i Jacksonville yesterday afternoon and us show you this place. : Col. Drew sajsVthe officials of the i Fill in one of the coupons from
Nathan Chancey, 61 Lancaster is I will return, today. I school speak highest above Journals with our name as
in town today trading., j I -- the Live Oak boys| and the training I I Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL
W. D. LABORATORY with One Dollar.
What g.a_secretary of the they had here in the High School,
They will send order
lI C. A. Wilson.,of Uossburg is in the I I Suwannee County Sea Island Cot- EDWARDS REALTY[ CO. in fact, went so far as to say that us for the ten products.you an (Retail on
ton Association is in ii
dty today trading.A. town today, Ith one possible exception, a boy value $2.70.)
mixing with friends. 1\\ I :i
Texas that Winder Surrency I

1 J. Meets. of Falmouth is in' Lewin Building, Room 3. I was taking first place, and that all
business. Mr. Barney. Carroll this
today oa came in I
town four the
of Live Oak boys ranked
a 4Mr morning and moved up his subscription Phone No. 41 high in the school. This is a tributeto Suwannee

.. and MrsYW, It. McGregor returned to the l3iiwannee Democrat onjyear. I II Prof. Ed ward's"careful training of
to Santa Fe.J. .
this /
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j JUST RECEIVED( AT -I care in the High School.Comedian I iii i Drug Company
B. Hawkins of Pine Mount, is Miss Lillian, carborough, who has i !

among the visitor/in town today. been visiting er brother and sister i r
THE BON TON Tonight.
here Mr. an/Mrs. C. F. O'Donlel returned r : ;::1:11: : : II II I i':;

) rs. N. L. \\iite. of M'ayo, is in to her home in O'Brien. Tonight Wilhrd's Comedians will -
the city today, /'hopping.Miss New line Veil skirts. present "Faust.:\ The company carries -
\ New line latest shaped corsets. all the scenic and electrical!
i T FOR S.\LE-Two 16-foot rowboats
Taylor of Mayo, was shopping and two,, buggies. froth in good con- New lire: silk, lace, dress trimmings in equipment necesrtlrV for the produc
braid, lace wands dress FLA. BOOK NEWS[ CO.
here this morning. dition. Apply to J. J. Kinsman's applique tion of this famo 3rama.. The I

-- blacksmith shop dl-wl goods. play is elaborately ostumed and th"

W. E. Quarterman. of Perry is Standard Patterns Fashion Sheets. parts are all in the bands of capableartists I I

i registered at the Ethel today. The friends of"Dr, Sledd are rejoicing MRS. C. W. and an joyable performance Books
to know th/t he will spend BACNE. Prop. : is promised ail who attend. New ,

. M. D. Wilson .of White Springs I next Sunday In LiVe Oak and preach Vaudevihe will be introduced between -

to i pest of the.Ethel hotel today.E. morning and evening at the Methodist would product It here The company i the acts. / Bibles,
, I church. On Saturday afternoon the company -
seem to be kjjove the
I D. Carpenter' of Lake City, Is andiltie average that will give la special matinee for School Books
come here
play last night, ?
the ladies and childrt'n. On that
of the Ethel today. TheJethodlsts occasion
tmong the guests are planning! a while of peculiar
nature was very
the comedy, "Buster Brown'sHoliday
unique Thanksghlug service in the I
I much
enjoyed.Some of the
nd playershare willVe.
. J. T. Stanford- son. of Grant's Interest of Superannuated given. This plav
talent, it fe Picture
easily seen .and a \
ferry, are In the city today, trading. Preachers' fundf the church. Dr. good play is expected tonight in tells the many ;tinny adventures Brown.of ,
the Buster
children's hero.
< Stewart of Nashville, will
probablybe kill
"Faust. which doubtless
Lisa Kate Liddon of Wellborn II?: here. / the /much give The famous 1 l1ip tlans. Capt. Picture Frames
company a opportunity -
George Liable and Miss Annie Xel-
tH guest of per cousin, Miss VerdieHoidock.
to their Jest work. son will be seer/in the play in important -
/ Those who had the pleasure of The moving Made to Order
Sled' pictures are new and parts aad after the performance -
hearing Dr. last year at the entertaining.The between
>Si A. Ledbetter. a prominent citizen school commencement, will be glad made pleasant Waiting by these.G. acts. are will bold t reception on the
for the and children. As
II CiinesYihe. is In the city today on of the announcement that he is to I ,
"Vulnesi. \ be in the city over next Sunday and : an extra featu e the moving picturesstage Wall Paper,
_\ will W. Carter and wife are visitors of the Teddy t ear will be shown for
preach atthe, Methodist church.
D. W. Ross)s among the visitors here toda) Mr. Carter is an old the benefit of he children. Cold Drinks,
resident of but is ni ht the farce comedy
bra Syw annee contemplating Saturday
distrkti. and Candies
today from the country The llaj' 111 Night Cigars
/ moving to Marion county. lie 'He Couldn't Marry Two" will ole
I The "White'Caps". was the title has just returned\ from a week's trip presented. Tire will be a complete

Tie old, tellable Alex. Parker is of the a play very given good last house.night The andrew fact< through with that section and is very much change of specialties at each performance : fl lDOO K &&NF8
pleased the country. and will include the | O.t
low Grocery
tatting meat for the Davis that this play has been attacked in
famous New
Lilliputians. moving
Co.Henry. i iI
j several places by representatives" of
"Clansmanr Ir, Andrew Sledd, president of the pictures and I illustrated songs
the and attempts have i io
r Beach, a popular salesman been made to stop them on a claimof State rr.i\erity. will be with us Sun- I ___ :

h sere today*calling* on our mer- infringement of rights, made the daand preach"at the Methodist I f f TOOK Managtr
thlatL \ ''iDTll : and Owner
if public interested in the company that church. L>r. Sledd has filled the pul- I .1t. c'aufh ....5 ....I.lul.'

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Lee Humphreys and 11. EVeXeill
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made a business trip to i ""'01" J I II -1'1] 1 1111. 4+ _, i ii : ; i i ;, ,: I ; i: .t... :::;:::t........_ I: ; I I i il;. ; :;:; t""

:" Branford. this-morning.--!.-- I BETTER GOODS FOR SAME KONEY. Etnpot"ium Store News. SOME 6303S FOR LESS YOU I II

: t L.
Varlet is in the city today.

.Voylesh oe of our good farmer fi i iI

t tt-' reIL i, -FKID\T OCTOBER. 1JM7.) -w L. 5. IIAUVTWD, I>rvprlc1or. I'YEl59. FREE DELIVERY

.H. Bane hne std of Lura }IlssI>' SKIKTS. CLO\: 'IIS.16button : OPKUA lit t'Sil TO IGJlT. I Ni]'.\' p.irowx SMUTS.

I.I.T their. passed tray through to Jacksonville.here yesterday We have just received by express tecgtfa. kid gloves. I I The first play of the ....... will The express man has just

--, black and tans at $3.50. Same be at he opera house toaight Per- brought us a new shipment of ;
a sample line of MUses Skirts,
,,G. S. kind sold in Jacksonville at laps: you will need a new shirtwaist Chifiou Panama Skirts in all ;
IJrfbeits. of Fla.,
cloth iu brown blue, garnet u'1 I
.*. a West overnight Panama 16-button Milans silk We have the most beautiful shade of brow. from the ".Star"Skirt t ,
In the city last of st le.
and only one a >
1I tL Be ft Joe black and white at $1.30. hue of tailored waists ever shows ia Co. t p
his home
.aaralnc- Beautifully tailored; some with shades of tan aDd brown $ .ot. I Live Oak. all the new style. IB sets Too much cannot be said of the | r

silk folds lengths run from 32 to 16-button Lisle, blaek aad white and era. ".5t.ar"akin.. Quality and style ;:

*w. Q. 8.-Rberts. pastor of theehJjch I 39 irches. Prices $2.50 to $7.00.Small white, at $1.:5. All kinds of White and colored tafeta plaid canaot be equaled at any where ;
kethOd11t ladies now secure a sear the prices. Having 400 styles i:
silk and handsome Hae of law
a *
at Havana Fla.. short gloves kid. silk and Hew,
yang tr, t\fe handsome skirt at a very reasonable to select from we are able to carry I;
city and is the guest :Z5c. to J1.25. and madras waist
N 1>t, Pasco.WINQ .. Come early before the best I a large stock and only buy one :;
price. We are in tbe lead on ladies' Oae of our sew silk jumper suits skirt of a kind. Alterations fre I I.y
i H are sold.
children's .
and gloves.MLK would be a very appropriate costumeto
:::::; MACHINE .,. IiI
1a: ** VMIF.IISKIIITS.Will wear to the play aad at the very H
tied only about I
three weeks
reasonable prices we ask for these I B Bi
l.bUDha need blftek silk
; must sell. R. W. Price' V you a f.as.!
% d-oct2b.fit petticoat this season If so. sue suits puts! them ia the reach of all. i ) ; Ii

I what we are selling at $ I.i'; See the window di-i>laToa may r ., Ii
Ai5 RI- Mickle, j/\\\/ \\ regular $ ,00 values. need some kind of a rap[ K>:Jght. See I I 'Jp' t a:

p of a Citizens bank, again \ Black percalme and He8tMrI otr line of fao'n: .. ."- "< ,, fs and .Jt t M: '

>10at tier an Illness of several .... skirts $1.2 to $Lli/. coats. ,( '
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A a here today, shop- I Ii >ou ever have any troubleto We still have a 1a1'Kc.: '; t.:,,,:!' ;i r. :i
i find silk thread just the right \ \

: shade Of coarse you have. We mll! ends of stagnant*.cl'a : .r.: :' : \\ f.
li I Iij I *. percal and table linen. Prig Itl!; \ \
imp :Meeting begins can .api ly any color in all'' "11 y ty

a Grove. Several of' t-!:ades, and by the dozen if you :r" !lesthan wholfale! ) a' th.' pr- "" '" -'- ::t f !
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,template attending the 'SIf uke -en: ir trket :
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I. you: Trill always hare Food health. What Is more to a Baa::1
I than good health? All the money in the world can't n&fchapniness .
where health is unknown. Ballard Snow Lhriwa*
h' Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Neura&L,
cuRES Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, LOne ..
Back and all the Ills that Flesh Is Heir to. :;

t i Who Knows.

The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy f I I
College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for J. O. Scott Salt Lake City, Utah writes; I cannot'
all too highly praise your Ballard Snow Liniment !or
graduates. the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your
SCHOLARSHIPS= Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and cold,
Theteo used together defy all pain.

f GET TUB GENUINE. Three Sizes 25c SOc $1.00

: $40, $50, $75 and $90 II z zt Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

i I Ii 500-502 North Second Street,
man Hilt FIU.K ".\T.WGnXII "''''''.\L CIKCIL.1RS.


Corner Ohio .\\eniie and Conner Street i
Sold and Recommended by

I.. M. 1IATTOX. G. S. STEP11E.XS. : :
TJVR OAK Suwannee Drug Company.Now
I'res3dent and lroprietor. JL IJ i. Princiul. + !t .

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----- is the Time to Visit the
< ne the Limit. '

Mater-Wht is it> pa* Has Henry Live Oak M f Co.
been expelled? S.,/ .
pater-Worsqf'\Jle writes that Jamestown Exposition;
he's going tot ke a% male part in Manufacturers' of ;

the college jpfay.-Puclfv,,..

Notice to Our Customer !; Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, IT IS COMPLETE IH EVERY DEPARTMENT.I I

We are pleased to announce that i
Power and
i Turpentine.
Folej-'s Honey and Tar for coughs The War Path, :.: Air Ship, :=: Naval Display
cold3 and lung troubles is not affected I Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for
by the National Pure Food and [
Drug law as it contains no opiates or'I' Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. will interest and instruct you. Do not

other harmful drugs, and we recommend -I Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing fail to go at once. For beautifully illustrated -

it as a safe remedy for child
purposes. folder containing maps, discrip-
ren and adults. City Phar-
1 e macy. oct-dw. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special tivc matter, list of hotels, etc., write to

I attention, and all orders promptly filled.

Kind Mrs.Consistent B own Laii ere, my poor We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and FRANK BOYLSTON,

man take this sXJJrag; it may help flooring. Come and get our prices.

you to find work i District Pass Agent, Jacksonville, F13.ATLANTIC .

Bill Borntiraff-Tb\Bk you kindly The Vital qt ion. I It takes about aj'big a man to be
lady, just pujnt in me *f skit pocket,
With of t ,
JlOtXpOOXsaid man genuinely badjMtft does to be really I
will jfaum.-Philadelphia Inquirer.
jer idea\/f ;
expansive could make a for good.
tune in Wall et." I ,
"Yes." retofneckthe piker, but \ l"'imlnalttack
lib hear Old Mother.
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whose forOTie would you make --
"My dear old mother, who ig now \Vashing n Star. On an inoffensive citizen Is frequently THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINEMMMillllMIMMIHIIiM
made In that
apparently useless -
i eighty-three years old. thrives ou
little tuhe called the "
14'.t Y *' "appendix
I Electric Bitters. writes W. B. Brun- -
It's general the result of protracted
son, of Dublin Ga. "She has taken forget--Baby is restless, can't slep at
constipation: following liver torpor. ]f. +lM f. HI II HUM**
them for about two years and enjo.8au night, won't eat. cries spasmodical
L Dr King's New Life Pills regulate
excellent appetite, feels strong and i \ bottle of hlie's Cream Vermifuge I J
I the liver, prevent appendicitis, and ''
sleeps well." That's the way Electric never falls to cure. Every motheri
establish regular habits of the bowels. '
Bitters affect the aged, and the i i should give her baby: White's Cream SEABOARD
25c at Barclay & Groover drug
tame happy results follow in all cases .Vermifuge. So many times when '
i;' store. oct-dw ,
of female weakness and general de'th I baby Is pale and fretful, the iAn

bility. Weak, puny children too, are I mother: does not know. what to do. Airline Railway. :
I income! 'what a man has to
greatly strengthened by them. Guar-I'i .\ bottle of this medicine would bring hue t
in ord pto Eet any credit from
anteed also for stomach, liver and color to his cheeks and laughter to the world \ .
kidney trouble bj RarcUy L Grooverdruggists I; his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by \ : Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pines,

; SOc e<-t-dw i iSuwannee Drug Co oct-dw .NOTICE. Raleigh, RichrYlOndVashington, Baltimore
I v _? i : Philadelphia and New York.
1 hue sold my drug business to _
handed Down. I \K --- ------- --- -
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I MUs Myrtle Wade, who will
"For goodn s' sake? exclaimed Nell- 1 wonder ,why she ever continuethe
the boy's motherV'whal are you complaining married him \ / business ad heretofore. I iI : TWO\ ELEGflNT: TRAINS DOILY

about? VM wanted reg'lar Belle -She had%n idea some other assume all the liabilities and will : :

suspender pants n\pow you're got girl wanted .- collect all accounts due the old Live I : Seaboard Mail

: 'em you ain't sttisfied. t arbor Oak Drug Company. jI j I : Express Seaboard

r I "I know, afom." protested the boy DeWitt's/ itch Hazel thank m>' customers who bate ; : --- --
"but I'mJnnder 'frald they're too Pills tot!/by Live Oak"Drug Company |! ben so liberal with their patronage: '---------- ,

i' tight u Qer the arms."-The Catholic oct-dw and ask that they continue to patronage -' : Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .

Standard and Times the business W. H. BELL
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\, A Most Worthy Article. &." ask Cl\little Willie "Is poll .\ cynic is nothing but a man who : The Jamestown Line

11 1 tics a profession'-or'-or a business!" lon the trutk' etter than he does I Ipopularit Exposition
When an article his been on the
Well," je'plied hu pa. "that de ),f "-,
market for years and gains friendsvedy I : NORFOLK VA.
pends upoa circumkances, If your I' ,
it is safe to call this medicine ,
year the sideHl's I
on winning a businet Julio Caesar. Excursion
i a worthy one. Such It Ballard' Philadelphia Press \, Tickets on Sf'le Daily
was a, man of I -
nerve sickness left
Horehound Syrup. It positively I
cures coughs aid all Pulmonary No home i* so pleasant, regardless its mark and he became aged before For full information and Sleeper reeenauons tail on a111"of '-
time Sickneet Seaboard, or write,
diseases One of the best know of the comforts that money will ii often caused I'I'hh
by a torpid liver. Herbine will : ; S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. '. r.a.
regulate Asst. ,
merchants in Mobile Ala, says: bu). as when the entire family id: in GenL PaBs.AKtnt Jas ksun !
your liver and give
"For five years my family has not i perfect health A bottle of Orino you health. :
Mrs Carrie Austin Hollon, ;
been troubled with the winter COUZ.IIwe Laxative Fruit Syrup costs. 50 cents Kansas _/
writes: "I consider Herbine! -
the best
owe this to Ballard's Horehound It will cure every member of the Have ?
you anything to sell? Do you want to buy
Syrup. I know it has saved my children family of constipation, sick head medicine I ever heard of I am never
you "lost"' or "found" anything?
from many sick spells." Sold by ache or stomach trouble City Pharmacy without It." Sold by Suwtnnee Drug

Sawtnne Drug Co.: oet-dw' OCt-dft Co oct-dw An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your demeods.I .


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henroof fs fn JheComparionrF I I80tINtI wuz Rhodie Dusty a regular--Dat HoVViu\adh's ral/I,dat Ark.come? over on Live .Oak, Perry <&< Gulf R. R. Co.

Dusty-It Vuz ai circus train,-
York Disp ch. \ The Mineral Springs Route-

Xapoleon Bonaparte WESTBOUND SAn soy1.D2a4

Claus nUT CUll i lIUT CLUB faun
showed, at the battle of Austerlitx. I HEnITU II"
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he was the greatest Leader In the sad !and ;iPasa Pass Pass Paa. Pus AUG. 18, 1907 ;;: Pass Pass Pass Pass : I land
Pass! .l
world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has !
3', 7 9 5 I'3 : 2 12 14 6 16 t41=aM
shown the public it Is the best Lini- A' A.M A.M'A.M P.M P.M P.M !A.M A.M P.M'P.M P.M P.MP.M
ment in the world. A quick cure for = --- STATIONS I- I
Daily ell; (Suit Sun Sun D ex Sun '!'D ex D so Sun Sun Sun Daily e.
Rheumatism! Sprains, Burns, Cuts, _Sunday i only onty only Sun onll Sun 'un only only only I S.nda.
etc. A C. Pitts. Kodessa, La., says: LYe I Lye Lye L.! Lee LYe -Lve: -- -I f At f Ar Art,' Ar Ar
I use Ballard's Snow Liniment 7451110 8 46 111 2l SOO .........ve' OaL...... ..ii 2S 115(1 ; 6 ;o
1"1 in mi- 80611 301 1 1511130 21' 5 It- ............Starr..10061130. 1151001'0 533
family and find it 8 1011 3s.. 9 11 222 Mercer.. 'il 3
unexcelled for sore 0111140,9061131': : Z : :: ::: Platt : :.:. : ; :: H g 550 834 350' 525
chest, headache, corns, in fact for 8 3011 509/ 1. 11 46 Z 5 .. ..._Lancaster. 9471112 542 825 335,810

anything that can' be reached by a t OO 00112, 25.1, 9 11 Z tOO'10 to 335.I.. .... vv"JiBe Park.. 34(1105 Z IE 535 SIll 11511"t I"
I liniment Sold by Suwannee Drug 06 U 311' 12 12 02 1 404 5 4.. 5 .......-.Chancey-----: ', t 101 2 10 525 806 306: I 1b
910U35 9 .MA8 .luncuon.
Particular people whose pride and name and I Co. oct-dw 2i! 94 v 4 f 1 11 601 5 wi..-.............Da,......... ,2e 9231950 10 47 208 61 518* 8 00 255k 300.30, .
9 94 7 i S'b
4 15 if 9 1110 fO 508 Z 43'
t = 9 H 4 110 '... ....Townsend-----:- Ufo 10 xt 501 Z toll'
pride in product goes into their stationery have .101-1 14.1 6 I I.. .......smltb. .. : 8 f7 10 If 4 43 223'I'
M Wise Man. 10 '110. 501 i 41\ n Fenhullewa 829 511 2
42S 07=
Coupon Bond [irrespective of price for & 10 lIe 51i 7 Perry. . 816 940 l' 150 f5
preferred "So wfll 1111
you no ttend the races 10. 7 I Hampton Sprinyei. $05 330 011 1 30.I .

over fifteen years. this fall?" "Vr I MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.
"No. Why sjt\ld I subsist on ham

Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care sandwiches air win\r merely to help I LM Lve I :P.M I P.M P'M P.M P.M
Lve Lvel I
/ Ar Ar Ap
ful methods that make for firmness and pcrminance: are improve th breed \ f horses?"- :lY 321! 1 I.I I. .1 b 4.Oj ......Malo Junction ..... Z CIa I 00 2 ii
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still used in making If>(fiQJp(5)) ( ( ) [00] [ ( )){00 rID) Its beautiful j Louisville Courier-Jourft*1. i!12 47! ,x12;;20! I S 602 55 .... ......._...Petereuty.. Dell........ ... 1 144 5 T 744 50 140Ii

color and texture, its remarkable! toughness and erac- Foley's Kidney Cure will 061: :'12 35 1 1llliI 07. : :::: : ....Mayo.. .::: :::: 135 7 35 2 :
cure any ---
qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de I $ t ; ;' I ,7;; .............Alton. ._......... 130 730 115
ing case of kidney trouble that Is not be- A.M P.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.M A.M P.M P.M P.M P.M P.M
luxe and incomparable paper fort all business correspondence. : yond medical aid. City Pharmacy D; ; : )A.MI
D Sun Sun-S.;; t+ :;;; D s;; Sun SUit S;; D ex D uI
Write your letters so that they will compel a read oct-dw Sun I un Only Only Only Sun Only .un 00 yOnly! Only Only Sun SuaJ

ing-write them on I jI t 7 I 51 113 2 12 '41G1'6 4 8
Th' "
Heal \ (" -ion.

I "UrokeleyViust be etting rich. lie 8 Regular stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and
@ @ DPR 00@00(0( told Borroug harhadn't anything Atlantic Coast Line. For further information as to schedules and connections
V call on any ticket agent.J. .
I less than a JaV/fcote.
their and LU .:XSWX, Prt''oiclt'ut. I:. P. 1I0I'KIXS. Traffic )Iana er.
reflect the
to strengthen appeal to standing I "That's the Jr\h. A penny is less

of your house f\n M fro costs I than a 150 Qtfne aVd Brokeley hasn't -- ---- -- --- -.- -. .-----.--.---- ---------
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no more than .( )U\J 19) U\JUJ:::! other I even got yiat."-Philadelphia Press. FLORIDA RAILWAY

good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve '

you as well"ThscouroNBONDb- I j If you take DeAVltt's Kidney and
Time Table No. 20
j Bladder Pills you Mill get prompt

vinous weighu-dniaha.arnieulurs-shoeing American Writing faux Co. I relief from backache, weak kidneys. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30. at 12:01 A. M., 1907.

war.al liar you with sn y the the nameof Davst Drentswtll s local print-be lac-eat Mtuiufarturent 141f the (\ mmenial j Inflammation of the bladder and SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE

stationer uv wpplyyou-tf Pailer in the vurltl.a.r | urinary troubles. A week's treat- -- --
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;r. writ4 on your bua+neas let aaAD OWN. CF.NTR4L TIN& READ OP
w&dt 29 Mills. HOLYOKE MASS. i I ment for ;'lZ cents. Sold by Lfcve Oak -
I :'.s.l I 1'0. L No % Na 4
i, Drug Co. oetdw.I 4iaeiFgt' Mail Local
I I Lisa std STAl'kINs. I Mad .1-Freight
Bxewt t I tags re&.x Exeeielay.
r1.itr. Dally pt Sun
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7 01)) a 4 311 p..Ly..______..i\'p OK___. ..... .._..Ar. 141 ro a m I 5 40
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LATEST NEW ORIGINAL i "How s your dy do 7 :LO a ml! 441"ii Lv._._..__...P......r_.... ...... .......... ...-Lv.i00 I 30 a m i:> 29 P D faT" Oft
tng?" a mj.; 5I p is .-__....._ _........ ..._....__._.__. lO2Q a m 14 S8 pnt
== = = '168 a tat b till p _._ ._.. Kirkl.cL...._._._.__ 11) 10 a m 440 lit
"Pretty f 'r but say!" 2 a "..1' l' p tnAr mlLy., _- ___... ltmarlh__...._. ...._ ._.__ 10III a m 4'i p
Picture Postcards | "Yes?" 0 lilt ami 5.t pm 1.v.-.,,._..._.........W ismarth....._.... ___....._...Ar.1 t roT a 110,4, to p isto
LM.DIXON, l iii a mI 15 24 p tai Lv... .._ _...._...._.4uwannee 1Sver_..... ....___.Lv.I'i i a m'4 15 pro
"You t hear the 10 11 In .......... ...Norwad .. .......... ._....... 00
Any View, Anywhere ou bookkeeper 0 Y6 a a m atl 40 p p m Ar............... ......Mayo..... ........ ...... .! 3' a a m m 44 p p m m
DENTIST. I ; swear S he ecks otI the face- 11 S a m 42 p mi L... .-,,....... ..... Mayo..... .... ..... ... 37 a m 40 p m
Made to Order for 11 28 a mj: i 44 p m'Lv..... .... ........#.i-.Can Pedre t............ ..........1 i sn a m li 30 p m
I I ; powder and fud LouisvilleCourier 11 7a s ml M p m:Lv.. ...__. .... ..Salt koad... ........ ........... .. 2t. a m l Z6 p io
OWODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGEWORK Half A Cent Each ournal.Out. 12 0 m 15 p m Lv,.. .. ... ... .. Askuld. .. ... .......,.... _..... 06 a m 00 p m
j 12 1 6 17 _..._._................Charlton. .......... ... .......Ly. 9 011. 2 25 m
p p m II
: SPECIALTIES. Copied from any photograph or print forwarded : 12 2n p m 157 p mL.; .__............_. ............. Keen.................._._._..._._.Ly 8 63. m Z 311 II"
to us with the order. Name of j .., ".. pm'' iii p n.l.v................... ... ........F..hullu..a'......... ........-.......Ly. .46. m Z 20 p lit
party ordering of Sight. 12 !IO p m S f1 p m 1........................ ............llPnmarlL.. ... ...... .. ..._...__.Lve 8 111 a m I (,0 It e
will be imprinted on each card as publisher, with j jaJdreaa. j' 1 W ID S IiO p MIAr..._...__......... ............. .err'..... .... ........._.. ... Lv 8 30 a III 1 40 p.
BROOME Postcard reproduced and delivered "Out of sight, out of mind, U an
M.E. within 10 day from receipt of order copy and old saying which applies with special Luraville Branch
description of scene-for which a maximum of 50
words Is allowed. Photosirail and 1'hototype force to a sore, burn or wound that's HetWet'D I.tlratiii. anti Wilma iiIi.Wcat .

ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed without been treated with Bucklen's Arnica East
charge in return for name and address of I I
partyrequesting Bound. i3ou rise.9.e
LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. I specimens writen on any kind of a Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind .. tiiiimarth.{ ... ...-..-.. .Ar.l' 26
fib peaches Id all-the eouru of the State. Spec- I I Picture Postcard or TOUT business stationery. 109 and out of existence. riles too aad 8 50 amjI.a in 4r.-==:::::::===:::'=:=:::'..... LuraviRe:::.:::: .::::.. ==.:. :. L. 9 05 a m
attention 1 given to Conveyances. Collection per cent to 250 per cent. PROFIT Taking Ordenand
chilblains under
t(R. ta.Et& AU business promptly attends Selling 'A 01ERICAN"[Trade Mark]LOCAL disappear healing Alton Branch
s4 VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One ExclusiveWholesale influence. Guaranteed by Barclay &
KOIABT PUBLIC STATE AT LAKCB. Ut'hu'c.n: Mayo and Alton.
Distributor' and Manufacturers Agent Groover %Sc. oct-dw* ..
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(Photographer Dealer Jobber, Local Newspaper I I West
Publisher Printer [WANTED in Bouod. _Bound.

DR. J. W. WEST town and village.or LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE every CONTRACT city Was l'n. 10 :: : :!Lv 4r:::::::::.':::::::...::.::.:..:'.:..:::'. ::::.:::'..rl ) .-..:.::. :...::....::.:...::.:::::.:::...::..::::::..Lve Ar.: I:: !:: sl0 sTrains
Write for terms. TEN Handsome Arkansas Young MolWrTbe doctor thinks
Physician and Surgeon. Photosirail anj Phototype Picture Postcards the baby looks\ e me. ,< well be sent to any address on receipt of at Ll\e Oak Fur information regarding rat.-s .ehedules: sod connections apply to
Ofiec: Carroll Building Ohio Avenue FIVE[Za] :STAMPS. Visitor-Yuwanted to say so, T P rrvSorwinterdent.. F. P. WOOIJWAaD,G. F. A P. AWE

Residency at Ethel Hotel American Photocolortypc CompanyNot but feared you might be offended..waggendofer .- I -

H .s-oace. No 168. Inc. Reproductions for Any Purpoxe by Any BlaettKr.DeWitt's .

&-dence. N... Z3 or 168. Process. ---- CARRYGrain
Diva Sure (BarclariA; Groover No16. 337 Dearborn St. Chicago. 'Phone Carbonized Witch Hazel

Harrison 4691. Salve U good for little burns and big

f.L 310... F. E. T OI.JA80N burns small scratches or bruises and Hay, Flour, Meal, Coffee, Sugar, Rice,

gROWN & THOMASON graphs Makers Picture Calenders,Pcjteards.Pictures for ColorphotoStereog-Newspaper Art big oae3.: Sold by Live Oak Dru; Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can

Supplements, Magaxin Coven, Inserts! for Edi' Company. oct-dw
Goods Paper Bags etc. in stock.Will .
lions d. Luxe Pictures, for Framing Art Studies ,
or reproductive* fur any purpose in any quantity / keep on hand most of the winter Apples
from IduO up. W. for rates. It-TI She Knew Him.Brite

-" --- .. Mist -Well,)i'Celieve I'm rid Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges.We .
.. UT&o.u. : : : FLORIDA. of Mr. taylate at last
have on hand now several cars of flour
I i Miss! \ um-'l he idea! How did
ONO i you manage !/ and can make you some close prices this week for j

WALL PAPER i j Miss Brit hile he was calling cash.

t E upon me layr nigW I remarked that When in need of anything in our line call on or
4 When in need of nice wall paPr "all hands a men are conceited
:'> Laxative Fruit r i SyrupPleasant I boivs" tbtn he said: tcan take a write us for prices.Thanking .

, call on H. H. PETTY, at PI PIThe I hint as ,eli as the next&ae," and our customers for past patronage and

to take -Philadelphia Press. share of future orders.
O1NTON.& MECK'S MARKET. soliciting a your

new laxative. Docs I Take something now and then to We are

L. A. CRIUTORD, not or nauseate. help the stomaeh. Kodol wilt do this
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER It is a combination of natural digest- Commission Co.
Uve Oak
Cures stomach and liver Brokerage
Offlc Upstairs, ants and vegetable acid and contains -

.a. Citizens Bank Building troubles and chronic con- I the same Juices found in a healthy <
-. Un OAK .;. .:. FLORIDA. stipation by restoring the stomach. It Is pleasant to take. OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT *

-- i It digests wbat you eat. Sold by Live

natural action of the stomach Oak Drug Co. oct-dw m..ktOr office their headquarters
T. J. LYLE Visiting Mercha-.u are Cordially: In itt'd l to ..
II :
wart; the
r bowels. n c
.. liver and r <<
: Practical

t -i: -J HMAKEIt AND JEWELERs Rofuao <

3S Jea experience In most cases consumption results ,;i "How does JFe xake that out?" 'J

'. ''.'''-..Itock of Watches always on harvl from a neglected or Improperly ] "He earar aboarNAe monthly '

';'.. treated cold. Voley's Honey and Tar J amount/>_$! e'd like to spdU.Phtla- MADE BY

cures the most obstinate coughs and ;! delphidBulltln.. .,

i n prevents serious results. It cost The Callahan Brick{ Co. Callahan fla.
PRESSING CLUB you no more than the unknown preparations i DeWttt's Kidney and Bladder Pills .

;(-1.1...c : and you should Insist up- relieve backache, weak kidneys, and
>:.. work oc short noticd. the genuine in the yellow'pscka inflammation of the bladd So d t: ..
on hating

4,'St.. : : : Phone 222 ;.. City Pharmacy. oct-dw ( by Live Oak Drug Co oct-dw* W. H. Goodbread,..Live Oak, Fla. Gen'lAgtforLiveOak.TOE } | .

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H. M. WOOD, Chairmen finance Corn. "*. ,::
BARTON, President.
E. J. BlUME 1st Vkc-Prcsident. J. B. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier. j
D. L BYRD, 2nd Vice.Prestdent.

Capital! and Stockholders Liability, $100,000.00.




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. Looking Prosperous


\ OU'LL look like prosperity if we can get

"d' ; a J:z_, d you to wear our Hart Schaffner & Marx

clothes; such clothes increase your business

value to yourself and your associates.

I yt f4 L_ ,+ They increase your self respect, too; you'll

(t find that the knowledge that you're wearing

\t f r 'a" v all-wool, when your friends are wearing part

ar cotton, will be worth something to you.

= s f J If we get these clothes on you we'll be doing

Ii pm you a favor.

$20 to $35.00.

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: : Bread, Rolls, Pies and jj:i El =

and Fresh all the Every. products Day. of Courteous a first-clas cakes'l I I i El E3 X11 I HO ARE YOU FIXED FOR CLOTHING?

will be accorded all. Your patronage solicited ;I I 18 :: ,f + ;

I J. RUBENSTEIN. I!,r3'i ;.}': j We have bought a better line of clothing for Men,
Proprietor. ;
+, ., 1e' 01-\\ Young Men and boys, than ever before. All the latest II
: n ; 4 ;'j t shades of bro.wns. grays and mixed.
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M>M*< HIMI IM t I M* ++*+rHHIM H+++ ++IphitMOTIII'R ++ I
n ;. t Do you believe in Physical Culture? Then let C3
1 ". ..,. :. fit with suit of
MAN LYNCIIKO" effi: % was removed to th railroad you a
z ,:and hung to the stand lJil|)('. where it 10 U ;
Was the Hwn in i i\ : \ The Lawrences' Model
r Inn-rnc-s But It would be seen ;hose passing on Made Clothing.
Was Onrjta Uumln)' trains One ntero fireman dodge l : El :
(i They fit like tailor
down ; made
(Inverness Chronicle.) off his seato the floor of the garments.
t |cab. a flagman tVrew his hands ; );;.1 We have
up i a line
strong of Youths and suits,
Monday night a number of )oun;; j din horror. and his 11111*] Boys
antern skidaooe.l
.,' 1 J made and
4 men fixed up a Mummy man and to the ground andlwas smashed into i] good strong for wear. I
1 hung him to a tree. between the .smithereens. any pandemonium 'lit'
s l Chronicle office and the railroad de- 1: reigned among the colored railroad 1} ta': I Take: a look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they are
pot. On the breast of the dummy train hands. Irf the early morning IHI t fine. I
was a placard rich read: "Dunnel- the negro mill binds in going to their ) '- !
Ion Saloon. I'm Gone. Whisky Did work parsed t J' I
banging Sgure and -
t .t- It." Under thf dangling form was I reported to Hr RE'atbat anotllf" IJI ...- ,o.-lj: :.:... .t COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU. i
an empty Jug ind some beer bottles. 'man tad been yntheo In Invern.-,
Two bottles paotruded from the coat :and Sheriff Ca j I
l"r was sure to io:':
', pockets and Ui one of them was a :his' job altaln. Scores of lau hafl" E GENTS :
5. J WIHT!
paper upon which was written the :incidents occurs aad the Bight way liD .
word "Steved re." The moon shone j 1 ridkulous as w11 at a.gog.ft E; i; FURNISHER I.
brightly, and/passers-by were horri-j train Xo. -IS I 00, the figure was
fied at the ght, and negroes ske-j t cut .down IMI not unUl It was
daddled n4. Before midnight the|j I p8oto.ra_ .v.rvvwwwww.rw.wwwwwww+----...wwwwv----rww-------,ayvwwW--

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;: PART mo( :: i The Suwannee Democrat I mis91016BlDMT.

Ea !iabedbed iyys CenaoIuUted wt 12.1ST LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTO11KR 25, UX>7. VOL. X. No. 21

COURT.OYml' boys at the forks of the creek are for' it" good and hard this season. Notwithstanding -
(RIMINAL Roosevelt and Bryan-tbe Republican ': that the crop U reportedto

boys for the New Yorker and i be anywhere from 25 to 33 1-3 percent

the Democratic boys for the Nebras-I short throughout the belt, the
LDJOLRNEI) S.TntD.Yp'un- kan. I M1AU R1UXXSTlm.:: .: TRAIN matter of gathering that of the plant BY ORDER OF VXITEI STATESGOVKIIXMKXT

NOON PIER A WKKK'S HESSIOX "la>ing said that much I say this: 1 DKItAILKD which did mature is proving a difficult OFFICIALS

Whether elected or defeated, a nom I problem, according to the report -

Iration in 190S will most probably I -- of a number of growers. Owingto

lIQUOR mm mmGet [ thereafter, for eliminate he has declared Bryan as over a candidate and- NO ONE( WAS SERIOUSLY( HURT lumber the plants numerous in operation naval stores throughout and- UNDER W ANTI-TRUST lAW

o\er again for one term only. Consequently this section of the country, all

the day after the election clamoring for labor and paying good

Get One "t'6r In Irison Witho W..k Said to lie Ou' of the Worst ., Large Amount of Cigarettes Fvr
favor of beginning thorough
I in -
am a wages, it has been a problem to
> AHernativc- For )t.Ua'Iunth.. Foreign Shipment
and systematic effort to nominate 1 secure pickers, and it was reported

a Southern IX-moirat in 191: I --. here Wednesday that growers are offering -

and Keep it up until we elect on ', from $1.25 to $1.75: per hundred -
the docket ;! A special to the Times-Union from Oct. 21.-Tbe
I Washington, depart
Friday the last cases on "The fact that the citizens of fifteen pounds for gathering the staple,
of : Pensacola, dated Oct. 1 s, MaYS: "The following -
disposed were I ment of justice today issued the
previously I
tot great states are as completelydebarred and labor is scarce at that. In former -
trial. Most of these were I first section of the five special trains statement concerning a tobacco
brought to
from aspirin to the presidency I years pickers have been accustomed -
which bearing the Florida State Troops to I seizure Norfolk this afternoon.
of were continued -
petty cases, some as if we were citizens of tile to receive an average of seventy-
noil IVnsacola for the ("u'ampment"as "The collector of customs at Norfolk.
and one posed ou payment Fiji Islands is not good for the I five cents per hundred for their labor
wrecked this afternoon on the P. & A.
Va., under direction of the secretary'
of costs. South or the North or the republic.Our last year the price going to $1. and
Daring the sitting of this f>ew ioa, division of the I... & .V railroad. The of the treasury, at the instance of the
public men are certainly as able in some very unusual tancE'S $1.25
convictions and wreck occurring near Mariacna. .\ attorney general, and with the
tlere were thirteen a: those anywhere else and as i-atriotic. per hundred. This condition of affairs
the October number of the soldiers are reportedas United States attorney for the Eastern .
I ilie acquittals. During and there' U no sense in our Is laid at the doors of the mill ,
to this bitting of the being slightly; injured but none of district of Virginia, has Mixed
term, but prior sittings at the tout of the political men and turpentine operators, as
nine oft the injuries so far as ran be Kirn-ed 175 eases containing 8,750U0ocigarettes
court, there Lad been picas tl'LIe aii> longer" I Ithe I growers declare they are responsible -
. are serious. valued at $7.272.50.
and sentence passed.The
pllty entered However these
not to
-- men are
The train was running at a high I Irate which were in transit from factoriesof
j thirteen cases convicted during i I'.UYAV l\ .\TI. \\1'Wuu't .\ ( blame, as they are as badly in need
; the fine sentence of speed when a flange: of a wheel the Hrltlsh-American Tobacco
session and or ,
tkis -- -- I 10f help as the cotton grower. The:e
follows: on the forward truck of the baggage Company, limited, located in Petersburg "
each were as
Imposed on Talk About UN Candidacy should be no scarcity of pickers at

Jno. car broke. Va., and Durham N. C., to New
J. J. Kinsman Bully Pinkney Hi..u.'o1'> Par.unoiint Iscue.l the figures offered, however, as women ,

Jordan Charley Eoiber, Israel Rice, l The accident occurred: at a curve York and foreign countries.
and children, who are unfit for
Oct. 19 William Jennings
Atlanta. -
without and the truck swung across tbe track The seizure was made under sec
with selling liquor
mill and turpentine work, make a 1-
license, sentenced to one year in ;, ; llryan was today given the remaining and carrying the trucks lion 6 of the Sherman anti-trust law
mirable Xeverth
cotton pickers. -
!greatest reception that he has yet had from underneath coach and I
f prison, no fine alternative. Jas. Xeal, I visit to II I less, it is the case that pickers are in
the occasion of
on any sleeper, excepting the last truck on ANOTIIKi TKIl'MPH FOK WHISKEY
convicted of the same offense, sentenced -
I demand, the in
staple instancesis
. I many
Georgia. lie is the personal guest of
the last sleeper. The engine and all
to fine $350.00.
rusting and rotting in the boll and
Capt. William G. Raoul during his the left the track but !
and Charlie Mathi (alias cars none over ,
the situation
e both convicted of stay in the city, though he is really turned and reports here! tonight are at present anything Georgia Ian l'nu.-d With the Stan
Cbu. Murray) were but favorable.OTIII .
with the guest of the city and of the State. that with the exception of bruises Murders< Hit Wife and Self
a charge of entering a building
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After breakfast at the home of about the head and body of half
intent to commit a misdemeanor. \ : cauma.\: ":UITOIS LUCK.Jo Brunswick, Ga., Oct. 20.-Craz d
t'pt.Raoul this morning he receiveda
d'lt.n soldiers serious
no injurieswere
Tk. first was sentenced to three years from excessive drinking combined
fe-\\ informal callers and shortly
suffered. Hut little informationcan
II the State prison, and the second .Itn Tt'lntlc' Cr.ivc ('ullod to Kditor.tup with jealousy William ]I. Raiaey,

in the State prison. Sam after H o'"lock8 driven to the be obtained, however AC the L. .. of HfurstNlai
to two years : Leading twenty-nine years old, a grocerymao
Governors mansion w here an informal & N. officials anall busy in effortto
convicted of the : an 1
Hitter was twice (T. doing business at 1008 Bay street

charge of petit larceny and for the reception was tendered him I clear away the wreckage.A ; fatally shot his wife through the left
hPmet Atlanta, 19.John
Oct. Tempi
at which the State House officers train sent to the
special was
hat sentenced to three i
offence was eye and standing at her feet placed
Graves, editor of the Atlanta Georgian -
and number of prominent
a point to bring the troops of tM
mthg in the county prison and for
Georgians fromariaus sections of and News, one of the most gifted the muzzle of the revolver over' ib
the tecond offence four months in wrecked train to the city but this
the State. Journalists in the South and left ear sending a bullet through his!
Hlal is to reach here
ttt '(' not expected
county prison. Jas. Foster, conrisled -
Mr. Ur'an't:1iut'd to disuse the orator and lecturer of national renown brain.
assault before early in the morning. The remaining -
of aggaravated was
today accepted the chief editorship -
Democratic nomination when askedfor :
four sections of the troop The had her two-1ea.lcI
bed $100 and costs, or six months < woman
I. of Hearst's.>w York Americanat
U prison, and he paid his fine. an interview. trains will bo taken by the Seaboard boy in her arms and as she fell the
a salary understood to be $15,009(
"I must decline to discuss personal
Air Line to Montgomery and there
Chester Thomas, for assault andlattery
child was thrown between the bodies
he said smilingly. When a )N\r. lie assume his new duties
polities ; .
transferred to the L. & N., reachinghere
qty was fined $23 and costs, ore as1..E"dho. in his opinion.ould be prohaly toniorow afternoon. about November 15. of the dying mother and the lather

days in jail. _.
If of the: Republican nominee for President Th-ie is no prospect of the track be- '- -- gasping his last breath.
we should make a summary "
lbe floes and what the county will he said: "That would be pure in; repaired within eighteen hours, IT WAS ( "COMPANY The tragedy occurred shortly he-

mite speculation and I am not a SfH'eu- tb* wreck being one of the worst to -- fore 1 o'clock this morning in boat
from the hire of those sen- I Of the Nero Regiment that Shot l>
in months.
tUMd to prison at this term, themount occur many rouns\illc, T,-\O.S.' of the little grocery store kept by tie
Asked ato who he regarded ai .
-- -- -- '-
would be more than three couple and was witnessed by the
tioosand the logical candidate of the Republican i' Tin: UKAI HUNT OVKKAnd : Washington Oct. 17.' -The blame
dollars. But while citizens
party, he said: "Lo ic is not A for the shooting; in Urownsville, Tex., mother of Kainey, who lives ant
8' the county will be glad to noteftat I
quality which enters into the calculations -! "'".;d':; i'rvpiiivx for Return which resulted in killing one man. door. The couple lived In the roar of
tbe criminal court is not only
of the Republican leaders when to 11'a-hingtou. maiming: another and the dismissal the store and as usual kept the place
wtf-enstaining but really a profit, !
determining; such matter" Stamboul La. Oct. 19.-With th. [ from the army "without honor" of a
pie Is midnight Saturday.
not the chief reason for its open to near
When asked bis.it"\\ as to the close of the day the President terminated I I whole battalion of negro soldiers
oktence. The resuts thus far in ,. The tousle bad prepared to retire
tt. paramount issue in the next campaign -, his fourteen-day hunt on Bear and the institution of one of the
way of convictions and sentences when Kainey was seized with a .r...
I are !; lu &aid: "That is difficult to Lake and Teasas Ba>ou. That the
worth more than any money con- history
dferation say. If you talk with Democrats in last day was one of unabated activityon I spell.
to Suwannee county be- _
sue of various parts of the country you will his part is certain but what the Company U of the Twenty-fifth infantry -
the effect it will have in
ticking find that all agree as to how the result was not known at 6 o'clock, aa according to tbe annual report Littl.Alma .IIL-oo..
crime. For this more than

f another reasOn we should be proud Democratic party should stand on no messenger leaving the camp after of Brigadier Gei.erU CroJe-, Little Alma was the infant daughter

et the work of the Criminal Court of various questions but they differ as the close of the day's sport had reach chief of ordnance <>f the United Stir." of Mr. Wm. Allison, who lima u

I Retort to the relative importance of these ed the telegraph station. Army, made public today. His conclusion few miles from town, and who Is ODe

Issu > Some emphasize one and The weather excellent it was reached after technical
{S. was as a of our>> best citi&eDS. His father was

!JtYAX AGAI.VST KOOSIIYKLT. others another. Fortunately there is has been throughout the week. and I investigation as to te identity of the Dr. Allison, whom all the older pen

one overshadowing issue that runs the party started out in the early rifles from which the bullets and cart- pie will recall with pleasure.

.i l'bt.u'W Be the Fight Neat: Year, through all of the questions under I I. morning in high spirits and in aotic- I ridge cases had been fired. Aim was born January 27, 1906

t Says Champ Hark :Noted discussion and that is whether the ipatoin of a tine day in which to ---.- ---. _-- |[and died September 10. ltO'i' being 1''; :

Democratic Leader. government shall be administered by close the fortnight of sport. ALAS, i-ooi: SI.\I.I.: one v<..ar'n months and fOlltfN". f.

(Atlanta Georgian.) the whole people in their own interest The President will reach Mr. dale old. She was ilk for more tha:,

Congressman or by the great corporate in- Shields' home daring the forenoon to- Ilieksl by Tt4rcrapln-r He -e-irtljr six wtfks. during; which time all th:. .
Clark arrived in .\!- ,

t& at noon and will deliver a leet tf'rf"8'in behalf of a comparatively morrow and will meet a Dumber of Led lu the Strike. lore could suggest was done for her I

tire the Jewish 'h I. i i' portion of the population. This Mr. Shields' friends' at dinner. A but without any vielding on the pas
Synagogue o:n I Chicago, Oct. 20.-SvUestvr J.
r>'ktaresque Public I to |pmental issue lies at the bottom special train will take the Presidentand of the disease. She fought; with all ho.
Men" We1' i. Small, deposed president of the Commercial -
'7' aUht A. r tariff question the trust qua.ale .- part at 10 o'clock Moaday. Aftera little might, but the battle WAS :i
Telegraphers' Union, wa
1fheu asked who I railroad question the laborpo'n stay of four hoars at Vkksbnrg, losing one from the very first Hc, fir -i"
would hissed and jeered by six hundred i- \
)?ddentlal nominee :1 the Question of imperialism the President will board tbe Pennsylvania chkri paled, her eyes gradually lot;
members of the Chicago local union
?** tie following this 1' INt' II\.' also a part of the question re- Railroad train which carried their Ire sad her little form salted t ,
state before whom he appeared this after-
"*-congress I ?'P raised as to the sphere of the I him from Washington to Keokuk away. Loving arms ached to bold
adJO\ noon In an effort to justify his action
uW '
Ii 1 haTe spoken oet5fl OJ JOJ t and the sphere of the state. and return to Washington aboard It. bee loving hearts loosed to keep her ,
and i in seeking' a vote OB calling off the e
havll) \- and loving hand sought to relieve tt'8
states. I strike. Nearly a third of those present -
JAY GOULD DAUGIITKKreed TOTTOX IS ROTTING but God called and she had '
e left the hall, after shooting Insults -
l'f!f delusion v,
at their former leader when he
will From Honi Will harry Ik-cause l"icL.el'tre Scarce In SpiteOf Rev. C. A Ridley, of this city, administered .,
omlnafJt rose to speak. Those who remained
OCrats Again. High Wages Offered. at the burial service, and : l
WI nselcl wt t Lai would sot listen to S..II.'Ic
Jt"""'''', h e Ut f I s. Oct. 19It is announced,2Dtc. (Gainesville Sun.) laid hT beside her mother who preceded -

1VE On Fu. President W. W. Beattie of Washington -
only few (Stha. To
her by a tD
Quid the Anna Gould, formerly tins" The farmers of the Sea Island eton -

1erd; U he ; named the choice of the nod all the family we ft a :
they gal I courts of the De Castellane will wed the belt. irrespective of any particular ; was as the father

,'iU" 'egi. of Te XJf n given to cone '1q! Saeon within a few days. locality, seem to be "up against Chicago local for successor to Small tend our deepest sympathy '
'- rents etc. AU 'a
e L, Attended to UI ;

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Fence that is best adapted to your lands. Try it and convince yourself

Sherwin-Williams and Peaslee- Cooking Utensils in Tinware and

Gaulbert Co's Paints, two of the Enamel Ware. The "Blue Dia- I

mond" Crockery for everybody
best. We can prove this to you

from Government reports. from the modest price to the

Ask us and see! highest

: .Oils Varnishes Stains Guns Pistols Rifles Ammunition

! For :Sale: by Hair Hardware Co. I1


j Shelf Hardware, Primble Cutlery and something cold in the "JERSEYICE (

forget CREAM FREEZER." Next time we will tell you more and don't 118




Notice for Tax IkIndor ... I
Application Section H of Chapter EDISON PHONOGRAPHSAND ':t 11 i l"H"H"K"H--H- SU II U 11.1..1..1.! >111**

ISM, laws of Florida. + % >>>>>>$-VVri+"W+V .
t i.J.
Notice U hereby given that K. C. \ ..
} of Tax Certifi- '
McLeran purchaser keep in stock a line of Edison's latest improvdd Phonographs -
cate No.1. dated the 5th day of June.A. .
D. 1905; has filed said certificatein I and Records at standard prices. Sold on,,casy payment .J.I

my office, and has made applica- plan. Your credit is good. Write or call on I
tion for tax deed to issue in accord- CROSS TIES.We

s ance with laSaid certificate em-I Live Oak Furniture Co.,. I .
braces the following described pro-
perty situated in Suwannee County.' or A. J. WILLIAMS (The Sewing Machine Man) t I
Florida. to-wit: Lot 52': x210 feet I'
northeast corner Block 19. Wellborn lIVE OAK.FLORIDA.. 1
The said land --- ---- ____-_.u-_--_ __-_______ i
being advised at
s=' the date of the issuance of such certificate Time to look Out. I II .\ >ost Worthy .\rticle. are in the market for

in the name of Unknown. rYou wish to employ: out of our I; When an aiti.'1Las bt'en Oil the II Cross Ties in any quantity -
Unless said certificate shall be r,- det ti\"l's to watch your husband?" ; market for >eara: and gains friends t
deemed according! to law Uv deed pay highest market -
"I do. : evedy year it is safe to call this me- ..
will issue thereon on the Sth day ot_ "May I ask what has aroused your:dkine a worthy one. Such U Bal + t price.
November. A. D. 190.. ftiupicioB of him!" I lard's Horebosnd Syrup. It : i
Witness my official signature and I "He sent me a buacb of violets and tively cure coughs and all (" POSI-I I f Liberal advances on B. L.
1' seal this the 15th day of October. .f box of candy from town yesterday.Houston ." !arv: dieease One of the best kno....iQMfcJutnts I
A. I). 1907. I .
PoLJulin IH Mobile Ala.. says:
(Seal) J. W. HllYSON'. i "For fire years my family has not I 1 ;

Clerk Circuit Court. Sunannee Coun I O e!>ar.wa ''I beeo troubled with the winter: coughs I J. H. Tucker & Co.,
ty. Florida. w-<>Ct18-1l we. owe this to Ballard's Horehounl
I I I11 a man of nerve but stekB as left
3)rup. I know It hag saved my children -
its mark and he became aged before -
.\ .NUisfactory. I from sick t OFFICES 1-2 [(WIN BUILDING
many spells. Sold by
bis time. Steknebs is often causedby
Author (in search of copy)-How Suwaanoe Drug Co. oct-dw 'I I
liver. Herbine
a torpid will regulate -
much farther to Biddeford i
your liver and give you health. --'--
Hodgekins -'E'll sw a tnoitotoae Mr* Carrie \u.Un. Holloa Kansas, The ln"i>irution of Music. i Live Oak Florida.
T : about a moil on. ". 'I t ,
writes: consider Herbine the best .1 went to the opera last night."
S Author-Ah, now suppose I can't t
. mdidne I ever beard of. I am never "k.hat did you hear?"
read? without it." Sold by Sawa&nee Drug rhat Mrs. Browning is going to I I
Hodgekins-Then it'll just suit '>e, i {
Co. oct-dw gel a divorce. :Mrs.! Biggs has the Ii t'
J for there's nowt on Philadelphia I de
** rest dog and a new baby and the
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Ledger. .\ IH-siml av6s> d i!-s! .swie >>
M'Utw. Huttons I
are going to live in India: of Your
t" Napoleon llooaparte I* there not." asked the prison -Harper's Weekly. :I I111111HHIUIH+++&lfor, wear. iIIIIHIJo+Ultlll '
visitor "some line or two from the =--
showed, at the battle of Austerlitx, I Let We II I 9
that would
helpful to ?
you Fancy
.It.' Leader in the I FOR SALErSeventy Si1k7R
be was the greatest j jnight
Something that would serve as a shibboleth forget Baby Is restless. can't step at i
world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has
a _otto.iaterropted \\'OD.' eat, cries spasmodically. !
f shown the public it Is the best Lini- .the convict eagerly; "there ia one A Uutle of White's Cream Vermifuge acres of p GOttatIe
ment in the world. A quick cure for I motto I'd like to take If I could only never falls to care. Every mother I I good buildings, situati;LET US SI1U; \Y
Rheumatism, Sprains, Burns Cuts
live up to It." should give her baby White's Cream J
miles north and
etc. A C. Pitts Rodessa. La.. says: "\Ddhat is that?" Vermifuge. So many times when'': oi Live <, r !11\ ': f' "ms

"I use Ballard's Snow Liniment in mj. "We are here today and gone to- the baby is pale and fretful the !on Suwannee Sp't fiw'ardSt
faci.ly and find it unexcelled for sore morrowBaltt.ore Sun. mother does not know what to do |
chest, headache, corns, in fact for A bottle of this medicine would bring road. Apply to FURNISt.l{ ,table and

anything that can be reached by a DeWltt's GarMlMdY1tc* Kneel color to hit cheeks a4 laughter to j .( 'tuAt
liniment Sold by Suwannee Drug Pith Sold "y UT Oat drug Com his cgres. Oiv. it a trial. Sold by I MRS. BEAT:r 5s= 5SSS:1> ,

Co. oct-dw pany. oct-dw. Suwannee Drag Co. oct-dw P. L. Mcftrifl' Rtttidrnr --'* Live 04*



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Announcement For Fall And Winter.n

We beg to announce that our stock of fall and winter goods is now full and complete and we can show you the greatest variety and best

selected stock that it has ever been our pleasure to offer

The demands have been so heavy that our trade has increased to such an extent, that we must carry larger stocks to cope with the situa-

.. tion. It is very gratifying to us to be in a position to make these statements and thank you very much for your liberal patronage and hope to

merit a coneinuance of same.

1 .
Our stock of dress goods is up to date and you will SHOES.We .
find Mohairs Cashmeres, fancy Wool Plaids Ribolines, have never carried a larger or better line, in fact,
Silks and other lines to select from besides a full stockof in the market for lint we have the best line and greatest variety ever shownin
Always and seed
staple and fancy ginghams waistings and skirt goods. our
Trimmings, Ribbons Embroideries etc., in full supply. store.SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES
Table linens Crash and Towels at .last year's prices- cotton. When yo have any to sell, come
Collars and other leather goods in good supply.
and a large stock to select from. .; *
Hosiery and UnderwearThe this way. ,
largest stock we have ever offered for Lafies and Furniture stoves *nd bedding. Single-barrel shot guns
Gents.in all sizes-for all sizes and ages.CLOTHING. We are in business for business and solicita at $5.00 each. '
In this line we have the best stock which we have car- liberal share of your trade and will give the car load at lowest market prices.
ried for several years. We can fit Men Youths, and For several months past we have been selling the cele-
Boys from 4 years old up. you as good prices as can be obtained any brated brand of flour "Kauffman's Ideall. wich is indeed -
made from soft
ideal better
an quality nothing a
winter wheat, and a Treat many other brands will\ not
where in this section of
As usual we have a good line to select from and will country. pleare you so welL Makes white bread and runs uniform
be pleased to have you call and see them when readyto throughout in every respect. Every barrel fully guaran-
buy. teed. If you have not done so already, try it.

A. W. flcLERAN Weilborn Fla.

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s -$-$-$-'-$-$-$-$-$- --*-$-*-$-*-$-S-*- I II The Rifles Leave for l'a isp.

FARM FOR SALE } The Suwannee Rifles joined the

. other companies from the east and

I Confidence II IIt south this morning, enroute to Pensa-

.. HEAR CYPRESS LAKE, EASTERN PART SUWANNEE COUNTY. !f cola for the regular annual Stat

I I II II I Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for J 240-acre farm-200 acres in cultivation--well watered, I encampment.The boys have been drilling for

i I t the ardor with which we arc pushing Tt large barns and out buildings, good residence, good community i the past two weeks every night to

I I churches and schools. For further information ; be in readiness for the occasion. The

I I I t The First National Bankj t tI apply to .I roster of those who went this morning

is as follows: A. E. Leslie, captain

', First Infantry, Commanding
ENGLISH Columbia Florida.
I is thrown around National Banks. JAMES "
Every safeguard Company "E, in charge; R P.
I They are frequently inspected by agents of the'Controller I Reid, first sergeant; W. A. Hngbee,

I I of Currency, and are called on to make r letter to Barclay A. Grooter. ,i of Lot 5; No. 196, northwest one- Q. M. sergeant; R. Z. f'lson. sergeant

him five times each hence i fourth of southeast one-fourth; all E. H. Green, Corporals
sworn statements to year, j Live Oak. Fla. :I ; sergeant; -
I |lof said land in Section 22, Township H. A. Ulackmon F. E. Leslie,
they are under the direct supervision of the Nation- I
Iltur Sirs Such this
I : experiences as
I 5 south Range 13 east. J. D. J. H.
Bryan Webb. Artificer'Privates
al Government and its the earth
I staongest on *
are occurring all over the country.
II The said land being assessed at Stanton Ambrose, If. A.

I II Safest Banking Judge I. D. Fairchild owns two tie date of the issuance of such certi- Burnett, J. A. Bass Blackman

I 1 Best Methods, I I III house, exactly alike, in Lufkin I ticate in the name of Unknown. Dob Creekmore. J. Carlton R. L.Dclegal .

I for F Up-to-date Service, F Texas. J. M. Torrence painted both l'nll'ts: said certificate shall be redeemed J. P. Gibbs, E. Herndon, F.
boubis. one Itevoe. 15% gallons; the I
, according to law, tax decal
1 Liberal Treatment. I S. Hearst, David Hastings Henry
, T other with another paint sold at same
will issue thereon on the ISlh day of
Conservative Methods. .i i Hastings, Marvin Johnson Jimmie
I price; -5 gallons. That 25 gallon
.November, A. D. 1907.
Johnson, John Kirby, J. R. Rodgers
. Always use the National Banks. They have pros- | paint Is weak and 15 per cent whiting WitnM my official s.gnature and i Cbaa. Snow, W. L. Watley and three

pered in greater numbers than all other banking in1 ;, : that'a why it took 9i gallons real this the 17th day of October, I:colored cooks.

, 11 stitutions. j I \ more. A. i>. m7.tSeal i Our local company is not up to the
Watch as large as f You ran learn for nothing what he i ) J. W. BRYSON. I standard in ,
us grow, our profits are now \ I numbers though it is
had to .ror. Yours truly. ;
1 Clerk Circuit Court. Suwannee
I not fault of the who
our capital was at our beginning. boys are co-
j, 37 P. W. DEVOK & CO. : ty. Florida. w-oct1S-d
1h listed.
They have done what they
P. 8. Sawaanve Hardware Co. sell |
t i ---- I could to keep up the "esprit-dn-

.1. I fiRST NATIONAL BANK, }: owr paiat.: d-w-lt j II i(i i'I Marriage; is a method some men'' corps," and enlist nemen.. They
-- ------ use to notify fellow-clubmen of theiri ,
I I hair not had the backing they should
1t Having sold Mit by drug busin4 son I intention to resign from the dub.
Live Oak Florida. I !I I i i have to insure us a first-class company
I at 'oilnt of my health, ak all who:
in every respect This ia a
t I (1nit" to tease to come a. soon M '| The names of most of the virtues
tt matter that the business men of town
t -l--fi-$- -$-$- '-R !.'-S- -\!.- S> !i : ..-;...i h!K> and pay tbeir amounts as,, can be teamed by studying human- .
should take into consideration for
i. : I ::11". ,1.1::eas to pay all the oaUtasJi !ity's ai- of olDiuron.I .
unless the company is recruited to
a :i .; :al ounts against the Live Oakt .
I ------- -- -
1 I the required number disbandmentwill
. .
. I .I ('o.. and get off for a while for
. "IT DO RISE" WASEO FLOUR i ?;, :H'--, Respectfully, I. U certain: and Live Oak will be
: without any military company and
W. H. DELL.otice I _.
t.4" \
Jacksonville or Tallahassee will bo
t HAKES' LIGHT ROLLS SUPERB HRE.\D AND DELICIOUS PASTIHNo l. :'-::' dJ our nearest assistance should they
I \ of Application for TaU 'M r. .
HOUSEWIFE SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT I :,J: !: ,J't ,,,, (, lever I be needed.
\' & Section K of CluipUTIKKH .. '-\. .
I I ) ''' I Two special trains were carryingthe
and I / I l c-,, tl 1
ALWAYS I Law of Florida. rrY ; different companies. On the first
I r, \, ;". J I Ii t ction Trainmaster Peck was in
GOOD ALL WAYS Notice U hereby given that J. W. r
i y l I charge; to look after the comfort of
I Wells, purchaser of Tax Certificates .J
t > the men enroote.
ASK YOUR GROCER No*. 33.and 349. dated the 7th day kK i
l: I i I ,The boys all eeenml in high epirit-
IOf Juae. A. I)., 1897 and Tax Certificate -
and the occasion
THE GULLERCOMPANY I if. I I"i beat oa enjoying
C. E. tinY l
So. 1S6, dated the 6th of .
I day
;; 't3 .iH:: aa sell as poattag tfca>.lfes im thamore

Distributing Agents. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. June, .\. D. 1901, has fifed said crnfiiatfs I rl',:(,."" ,-) \. ...... I intricate H aB *ven the eo
: in my oflke. aad has made application campment will afford
---- - - ------ : for tax deed to issue in accordance -! I
A fat man has as much troubl" .X lilx-ral thinker is merely a ni n
looking indignant hi.nucstors did not with law. Said certificates I 1I ." I .1':. ',::t !t. .A i 11,' n I'an _. lj.- (aeu.lnei -
as a little woman conviuced tl.it: : embraces the following describedproperty I! The pcor.al rn.onjiut.ndat1, "s j-co. .
4 to : 1' : !J.tl" xtt. rutLli '
<*i looking scornful all truth. cured f and I
oorut situated in Suwannee Counts pie who bee ln.tn toughs
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Florida, to-wit: No. 337, southwest
It seems mighty hard for I'!" r ... I 0.eoSome' men keep complaining nwre- ;. one-fourth of northeast one-.! have done more than all else. to make. it s ... -
tit to bluff Tioulil- into staple artivle cf I'dt 1. an 1 < : ;; : ,a uvera
see the value t v'h at i in ondt.M\onnB to .
.. a : !()urh; : :No !14t1. nort1\ ,lst onefon83oTroiM :h ,. .... .. '
lot found .c..a .JtLDtNG lane p.t t fix: c : ,1 : c :
out. ilu'nj b> GINNINGThe
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j LIVE OAK, FLA. am ui! unii3J! o) paA\one snq suostod! sii cordially solicited.ONIONGINNIhG&SUPPLYCO 3
IHAii 'pajnD ssa{un 'nq srasip! "[roJdJ
in all the courts of the 'ola. u-ep ssnio V.
W-* Iattention given to con- e1Q'CQ! XIUEUJOAX 10 uopsanb SHI! uaq, lremS3[ 1tQul .
*. ctun of rents etc. All 1uawp-edap 'Iana ujpeqsi! 4 1J'Cln2aJJI!
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Always on hand a fine We handle the following well known Buggies:

Wagons Dray Wagons Delivery lot of all purpose. Babcock
Anchor, Crawford, Ellis, Blunt, Tison &

Horses and Mules at Sumners and Wire-Wheel ball
Jones Hackney
Wagons and Road Wagons : : : lowest possible prices. bearing Schacht Buggies

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WARNING TO COTTON <:auKU and social intercourse afforded in THK FLOUIDX OIU'IUNVGK. 1 -

these meetings I I It is supposed that in the minds R. H. LOVIER, I Chamberlain's!

Itogland Will Get Cotton FKonheroliefotv The following visiting Masons were and hearts of the pastors there is a I

Paying IS Y"D'fl"rln"+. present: J. \\allace.No. 13, \\ell- Florida Conference Orphanage. These Colic: Choa i I -L,-4 Rees,It
Chicago Oct. 20.-.V warning to born. Fla. S. .\. Lwlbetter, Pike minds and hearts have expressed 1 j'I -

.American cotton growers that cotton Road Lodge No 201. Pike Road themselves "at sundry times and in (NfepA; *.. "'tl1:'J P-J" :: I AL.lost e*. ,.y hat u.4
I Ala. J. L. Sanders Jr. Blackvllle divers of reliable for cole
gambling and attempts to maintain manners. .. I '-" 'l a rrtu:cy tf
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prices at an abnormally high level Lodge, No G3, South Carolina; C. \\". They have "re oluted," and appointed I,.:i/->,,..I.' XPRACTICAL r II! _' I. diarrhea at SOTIC tie during !"t

r would result ultimately in the crippling In'in. Big Springs Texas committees looking to tbe \ J 'to.. p. : yea.
J. ; l1 s : i I :x .ierl
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of tbe Tonight the Chapter will meet for searching out for a place to record r- ....- ,. "II\ : '1i icmj
countrj's cotton export ',': ..' '"", +.Jj rJ ', !;\ ? by dealers who hate sold II fur
trade sounded W. work and all Royal \rch Masons arw our name; and believing that some- ;,,!, ',! '. ;\_'' .' !' :P.I-! .
was last night by C 1', ". ... I" I: \ : many years and kr jv uitue..
Macara at a banquet given for 115 requested to be present thing should materialize right soon :I. ,, il is'l+'J I ...:I' '\ It has iccnveJ tKr-c uii J

I! European cotton manufacturers a Board of Trustees was appointedto ':JUIM'WATCIiE s' )- -' i testimonial from gr-iteSJ ['ecpe.{

Mr. Macara is the largest individual Sli,'rifl IOal .t'r'lt inxHlork.. receive any material help which h has ben prrstnbtd by (iy*
'Y TCUM sioans with toe t,,.', utafoctary
Herald might be offered *
cotton manufacturer in the world, (Perry ) I KER.j! results.It .

being the head of the International Sheriff Parker put another featherin The intangible orphanage eala'rliabfld has often sated life Mot
Federation of Master Cotton in the mind and heart was expected Over thirty years exper-
Spinnersand his cap and added another C to I medicine could have been test It

president of the English federa h.s finance recently by his watchfulness to become tangible. Now how ience. All work guaranteedR. or a physicun sam-r,'nedL

tion. In reply to an address of welcome and alertness The raw U near have we come to the tangibles It only cosa a quartet. CM

i extended by Health Commissioner this: Some months ago Joe Jones chairman of the Board I report: H. LOVIER, you afford to ink to much kiss
1. The owners of the property of Laic? BUY rr 1\0\\
W. A. Evans in behalf jf
I M Youngblood, a mulatto was LIVE OAK FLORIDA
tbe State Military Institute in Bar-
Mayor Dusse. Mr. Macara declares
arrested by the Sheriff under a

that continued high prices of raw' cotton I' charge of selling liquors illegalIv tow propose to let interested citizen -- --

In America would force England, The Sheriff at once suspected that he of the town have this property for an I

France and other countries to develop orphanage at the same figure they ;
had an escaped convict but wisely Our l Portable Saw IB
I paid for it, at the time ;
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their own cotton growing in their I kept his suspicions to himself and : t ,
I to the themselves :'
colonies. once began a search' for evidence tj enterprise Outfits are the best oa
"America now stands at the head The citizens are anxious to make
I confirm them ihig he was fortunatein
the purchase and turn it to earth. We carry a large
of the cotton growing industry, said securing, but still he kept his over us | --

Mr. Macara "but if the American counsel allowing him to be tried sentenced without imposing any hard conditions Stock of all kinds MACHINERY

growers attempt to maintain abnormal and to nerve hU term of six and) can make immediate shipment. Write

4 prices for the raw material we months in the county gang. .\s this 2. The owners were not willingto for Illustrated
l bind themselves to wait till Catalog.Address.
manufacturers will 00 forced time expired he went to the camp and con-

E to go to some other place for our took the prisoner in charge; again fert'DCt'iaile there was no pre;- I MALSBY COMPANY,
t cotton WbE"D pest of an earlier sale of the property i I 11 S. For"t1h ,tATLANTA
confronted with the evidence .
"We do not want a price that ttte admitted that to others, yet as a company of men, : ,
negro was ;n years. Sold near! blf million dollars +ct1b .1 roods ..I 9C'a1 .
would not be remunerative to the escape aad that he had about four they did not wish to make it Impos- : _
grower but we do not want to pay years yet to serve for robbery in Bible to OispotPe of tbe same should 1'11NNd3dN1Nti '''.%'rst.m'''''"N..N

a fancy price simply because 't\"t'. Hade Not). He was llE'Rtd\ced ,n am good cause present itself Itt Side CrI

across the water look to the Unit*od 1901 an] eacaped in 190.. By ord er I ',efore obtained the pl>dg. 01e' i .Q MaD4ENG

States for our supply of raw material of the prison authorities he was returned g.. it: maJority of the brethren ii :_I

." I favor of _
accepting this t
proper ,
to the camp at Blue Creek A I "
It few days ago I This advance vote of the conference: i r.. .. _.. roe Stationary BOILERS

I (Jood Masonic Meeting. was to enable the Hoard to secure
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(;UKATKhT: HIUMTKll' opportunity 5
I : I Barrett Lodge No 43. F &. .\.. M,
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) met at their hall last night and until i Ginning Machinery, :-..." M A
.\rmy Halloon ('oun-t'!; their FrontM 3. I wrote to Bartow that a.a th' Shingle Muia, Corn M..s, Pumptfl
about ten o'clock were very busy with Louis to irginia N"ith- vote of the Conference was piedgtd Outfits. Large st'. degree work There were betweenthirty be to your mures"> to writes f
\ "chh'nt.Washlnltton.
out (
in our favor the Hoard
, i i and forty persons in attendance was now Mallary Bros. Machinery ss J(..
I>. C.. Oct. 19.-The ready to receive the property. and Co., :.!, -z.
among whom were a few army balloon which started from St. asked that a date might be faxed for -"' '''''' '''',."'',..
visitors. The meeting was highly interesting -
Louis Thursday evening! landed at the Board to be pretest and close intb.
and instructive throughoutAfter tin Conference to accept the .. ..
1:30: o clock yesterday afternoon i-ineM, I received a It'lt.r Bartow gia; a- it would n : .0
the work of the evening had property lest something better should 1 .. JIDC 1$
about three mile from Walton in expressing delight that the brethren < bofi at iar. rt
.t been finished the entire body repaired m. offered. The Conference ..,..
is only .l
Itoane" county, West Virginia. according had decided to accept the property .. .1
to the Big Four restaurant her e two months off and if the r
to a dispatch received by the bat at the sane time expressing regret brethren Y out :n:
they enjoyed an ovster supper that had have something better
signal service today from Captain that Borne of the in sight they .
parses{ concerned .++II+. )RE s 'U rmas
been prepared Every one entered into should let the Board
or the
Chandler who is with tbe teUom were absent for the summer
the opportunity afforded and made tee on commit-I
Orphanage know
The distance traveled was about 47S and that we would have to wait for 11M1iaa
the occasion one of the moat pleasing We are ready to help la cy Si1k1R I
mile their return before the matter could representing
social hours that it has been place eetlKpm
our any or property that be :.l !
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privilege to attend for some time. listed I
un S.\U;' -uuBdb. Even if we should be delayed ::
i I After partaking liberally of the sumptuous IbO acres of tbe best grade of land till Conference our pledge has putus Have the brethren mate an appealfor us snljlv\ 6itb(; i iI

[ preparations, and enjoying to in tbe county Two head of norms, on the field before all others and tbe orphans 1 think there t I I y,". publie M !

the fullest extent a free and easy 35 head of cattle: 15 head of bogs, we stand there ready to receive the should be no conflict between' Our m',. '.atel. I
the brethren departed for their i GEN
one boggy and one wagon 175 good" The> chairman will he ready Florida tnoveaeat aad the duty wo \-.t EII Idht wELJRNI5i
homes and we believe most, if not I
I bushels of corn. K aoa for iHag.I when he hears tbe Bartow b.gt.e.I owe to the Georgia Hose You can f O k.aJ
all of them with a new resolution i
will into other basfaees bvstd blssw. ;--a
eI go keep to the Conference JJ
in their hearts to hereafter get 1

of the personal benefits and blessingsto farmtaf. Apply to J, S. Staffwd, 4. The atteatta ti6t\'tC! the and take mp a collection exclusivel-, 1), tc lWeltOC1o

be derived from the noble lessons I Lura\ilie. Ha. brethren who did not want to bbd for Florida, and the same for Ge i.i A.,TTI Wr IwI =-::1. aa3 AI


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d f'3SSSSSSSS5SSSS: : 1-- TWOVS 01' LOOKlMi ATTHINGS. -1 I A wry unfortunate affair :i tilt SALE-Forty acres of the

DR. L. M. DIXON, SDENTIST. MIM4 r I I that tame near being a fatal one -choicest tobacco land in Gadsden Co.

0\-1-:5 cleared, well
Ct m) Two boys went to gather grapes. curred last night when Will acres watered by
l"J r Grease One was happy because they found running stream all under fence.
---- to tok an of laudanum. Soon
OOTODOSTIA, CLOWN AM KU1DOI J Abe the road, grapes The other was unhappy boi small dwelling house situated on
if .l. after he took the doe members of the
WORK, STKCIALTIEs. w t I es miles.f'otn: \he\ '.iu>e the grapes had seeds In them. public road one mile from the courthouse -
an.leght. and family discovered it and medical aid mile
tcasn ; % from city limit the
Allan Two
L. OrfiQeslalnla UutUlBC : t.\'e nun being convalescent were I
SSiSSSiSiSSS S ; r.ajs 11\rS tae t.e'atns\Cr.destroys'raccl a.--l\ed how they were. One Mid: "I summoned. I>r. Drown and Dr. prettiest site for small tobacco and

Yves Wihe Price worked for sometime to truck farm in the county. Will sell at
\ \ irn better today. The other said: i counteract -
froU1 a bargain in nest 30 days. Address
{rictioihat com toad I was worse yesterday." the effect of the poison and
ge J. M. PRICE. M. D., 1 I T. 1) Kills Fla.
UEe Qulncy. dR-wl'
o tensglhc \\ben It rains ,
(li I. 1 o\ t\ ose maD says "This succeeded in saving his life. Reports I
.l ouetitng. will make mud;" another "Tbis will I
i\o\i aleavy are conflicting as to whether or not
The pleasant purgative effect ex
tot PHYSICIAN : AND : SURGEON. o lav the dust."
t15a at\ dcaletotlica the dose was taken accidentally or
I perieoced by all who use Chamberiain's
i t.s"\he :.> Tao boys examined a 'uh.j One '".i,:. i.jo.. ledge of the contents of the
Orca Stomach and Uver Tablets and
OFFICE 'PHONE 15.. Axle \1. CO'Y j oh-'rwd that it had a thorn; the bottle. Will's (ri Dds
Rr&IDENCg'rIONE I3%. 5 "a many the healthy condition of the body and
5I5 I ot: "i. that it had a rose. {much grieved to hear of the occur I
;;4 I mind which they create makes one
tmcthaRear.t 'III I) r1 :)l.lrea, looking through cd1 enre. and were glad to know that his
Suw n e Frog "
"flre'' ( feel joyful. Price 25 cents. Samples
1! ": l ,',ts-es one saM. "The world lee life was ..\'t d. He is the dispatch-
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- free at Barclay & Groover and all
1 AaJmun.H'D G. R.R.CrVm.u.D.I b>f and the other said. "It.. jag clerk in the poatojfice here and is .
N I 'I'r. druggist octuDeputy
; ;ht I efficient and valued attache
Anderson & Creekmore.I. i' very I
When want good meal Iwo boys having a bee; e ee got l ________ Sheriff
you a I Bryan rounded u
h"IW'. tb- ether got .t.... The
51 Physicians and Surgeon j AMkttilith Sore Fyes: fur :t i Yt\>. a number of gamblers at Port.'>
I call atMANKER'S ti--it called it a honey bee; the other

U.. Oak ....r..., |I ,.iuz\ :ng bee. j' I hare been afflicted with sore eyes Station Sunday morning and they are.
for thirty-three jears. Thirteen now in jail awaiting trial. The nam ,
mc.over J. C. Baisden's store. Of I .I I am glad that I live. said one
hoe phone RESTAURANTOpposit [ I : years ago I became totally blind andi given by the parties arrested were
S >;te.idence phones 18 and 131. I ; nian "I am sorry I must die." says!i was blind for sis; years. My eyes Warren Edwards Acy Brook We-'

.. _, __ I toot!t.er. I were badly inllaraed. One of my Castor. Joe Harvey Most Smith an i
u I Good One "Oar Is nixed
Union Shed. service rays: good
f.l.toUboM. I neighbors insisted upon my tryingChamberlain's Arthur Johnson.A .
A. B SULL w"t I vii." Another says "Oar evil I

ERS& SMALL guaranteed. ':u\,,d with good."-Et.llww I Sake and gave .me lVrtin Cure for ("roul-rto4'\ +
: i ; half a ben of it. To my surprise it
; Ten Yrar Without a Kmilure.Mr .
'". s.14. NKCR. Prop. 1 healed my eje and my sight c .fte
..,. teuro a Cold.q W. C. Bott. a Star City. Iud
ATTORNEYS back to me.-P. C. Barto. CjDtWaok.
; -:- ATLAY.central hardware merchant, is enthusiastic in
WiD do ., 'j.,,"on of how to cure a cold Ky. Chamberlain's Salve is for sile
, col- practice in Stat and ,. his praise of Chassherlaia's Cougn
Federal Courts. w unnecessary JON of tlaa Is by Barclay & Groorer. aDd all druggists -
Remedy His children have all been
theM '--Iu. .t an es r ". wh.ch; we are all more .r leis oct-wf
r [L'rS'r.u.L Lrwn Bl"ILDtolQUTI .. I subject to croup and he ha teed this v;
'tao.a t...1110. gas 'e. ead >v I 'or the quicker a cold

-s.. O.tE. 'FLORID". 't t i lti n.f 3.at ,r',"' rid of the teM the danger of"I f]I The Lire Oak Drug Co. is endernew remedyfor the pact tea rears' and
thought they much feared the croup,
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a -- iis 1L ': "-u a and other serious d1I1fta* 4 management patronageof
his wife and he always felt safe upon
".' r f \\ I., Hall of Waverly. Va. | all old customers as well as new
B. JOHNSON : rmr.nK when a bottle of Chamberlain 5
L "._ u-1 Chamberlain's Cough' ones is respectfully solicited. A .

k1Tor .. it: fl and I complete stock will be carried and a Cough Remedy was in the .
, 't'; AID T years says firmly i imbEorlaio'
COUNSELOR AT LAW j I. houHis oldest child was subje-r! i
we will appreciate share of the ,
'.'11P > .l \ : \ Cough Remedy : a
.F LIVE .rtv to -'Te a'Utka of croup but this
; OAK. Fi.OIUDA.Building. i .f
,.I av,-,'utely the best preparation trade of Live Oak and Sawaanee. .,
>mt'df'l'r failed to effect a speeds
I Whit ; ".:;fket; for cold I bare r"d. ?-i: county Prescription work givencareful 1 1
I. iCm. i cure H'has recommended it to
0 .r: t.wtltt. !':- .'d it to my friend, and they ;. attention. Live Oak Drag Co. J'
;. friends and neighbors and all who
> Eo BROOME I ., 'I Miss Myrtle Wade. Proprietor. d2-wi
with me For sale by
a.- < have used it say that it is unequaled

I .'. ,.; IttorueJ gad CnQastlct: d Lat, t,.TV laGrtK Ter, and all druggists I i for croup and whooping cough. For fA
eoJ i We hate MX head of malo, Iftn ,.
3L. LIVE Ou:, Fu.rac /7) / CL'K SBiNK oct-w sale by Barclay ft Grover and all
t'.'; T EED i Maj? ns and harne". and on.1.* {
ce in -/rdtltcn1" druggists!! oct- v i1
I. all the courti of the sr cart for sale. Parties wanting to bay ____
;=ef peel attention given to con.eonectl'ln .. DEPOSIT Sometimes the sight of a woman's it
calln 0 r write Lire Oak Urokerag" Truth rushed to earth never rises t

..1 of rents. tt.c. All :4)4. 000 Rilr'oad Fare Pad. 51FHKK husband is sufficient to account fnr A CommiMon. O ., for prices and again: until too late to catch the train A 1i
attended to. Courses ;Ofjred .
P biitateatfAr .. &. rd.'c-..:.writ.Owct her fondness for a pet poodle terras. r c he went out on. :}
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: Penitent Old Ladj'-I have been a $50.00 Premium Contest
I $50.001
it great sinner more than eighty years i I i LIVE OAK BANK

and didn't know it.

Old Colored S'rvant-I knowed it LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
The sun.tni,,, Democrat mil begin Sept 15: a PKHMH'M COXTKST
all de time!-Christian Instructor. ; o.'entoe\er)' jiiing man and young lady in Suwatuiee count).. The first Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,00(5(

i II. .'. DKATKK, President. r. A. III\Lf.\, VirerraMeitC
ri/e is unlimited $)0.0" of the tliroe de-
Notice to Our Customers.We I an scholarship good in any one I II. IJMCKWELL. Cashier.
that'' |Mrtiniits of the Southern |!IIIMV.. College of I..ht'.1...
are pleased to announce |
) Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, )IJ Hie rules of the contest are vnipl." and there is only on requirement, ..

colds and lung troubles is not affectj j I the young awn or )Oung lady sendiii!; in the Urgest number of snbseriji- s.l i\-q .

ed by the National Pure Food and lions to the St'\V\NNKK: DKMOCKXT: before Derrmlier 2.1. 1JU', will re- j : 'IDOLLARS DO THEIR DDTT

.I' (rite the M'holluhiltHSOI.l' ":I.Y 1'KKK "f other consideration. !
! Drug law as it contains no opiates or i ij. any I and earn something for their o* -
other harmful drugs, and we r'Comi i, The contest will oj'en on September I.'tli and positively close on Doeeml ,

j.I! mend It as a safe remedy for children ( er 'i'th. Lash dollar sent in by one u1 ho has entered the contest will ers when they are placed at later-

1 anS adults. City Phar- count one point in the race. It you roll'tt hack dues and get serer.ildollar I' ..,,, est in a good savings bank. R?

oct-dw.1 front one subsetiher. sash dollar u ill e'Mint a |.oint. Renewals
macy. an means put your dolliri tt
I count same as new subscriptions. (,et in the content early and he a loader < I ., Z*4

; t' The Citrus County .:I<'Ction. I from the first. There are plenty of hark Mibscriptioiu you can collect work at a good rate of Inters

(Special to the Democrat.) very likely in jour own nei>;liborl">:'d and Kt a big start. The Democrat I / Ort
I r br plating them in the Live
I Inverness Fla., Oct. 20.-The will fuinish you (surds and report blanks and assist in petting as many for

wet and dry election In Citrus county I IJ jour list a* possible.THi Ba14k.

I, took place yesterday, the result be- \ : SOl l.nx litMNF-SS COLI.KJK: has three distinct course*.

ing a complete victory for the dr>'s; Their IlookkecpinK course, which includes Hookl.t"l1tinK. Hanking, English -
the majority being fully 150. The Spelling. Penmanship Commercial, law and Typewriting; theirShorthand

wets did not poll 100 votes in the Course which includes P('rnin )..tem of Shorthand Hnglish, 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID OX SAVINGS DKPO81T8
county. The official count will be Spelling, Composition. 1'enmau-Jiip. etc.; and the Telegraphy Course comprising II Iii !,1:1: 'I i III! 'i :' M i II '
i made Tuesday, and it is expected the Railroad and Commercial Telegraphy Typewriting and Penman- '
majority for the drjs wil reach 175. ship.

Quiet reigned In all the precincts. This (\tllege is under able management and equips its students for r -

Only Heroando and Homasoeea gavea good paling position A scholarship in one of their departments good: You
Can't Work i ii iYou'reSickTCONSTIPATION
majority for the wets. It was expected -I until you complete your course, whether three months or six: months i*

that Crystal River and Floral' a prf'miurn1'11 worth striving for. c

I City would go wet by small majorities I Now, who will get the premium Make a Mart Boon a* the contest CREATES A

but they went dry by good ma- open by filling out the coupon is'low and returning I.. the Democrat at DARK OUTLOOK

jorities. Inverness cast 83 votes; SI once, and getting card> and blanks t* assist yon in your canvas. .
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1 !
dry and two wet. The prohibitionistsare I : It is the most common of physical ill& Most f' :

3 happy over the result. Some of I \VANXKK:1: DKMOriUT. Liie Oak lorula. doctors would have to go out of business if neglected -
the saloon men are talking of a contest -i I constipation didn't make work for th m.
but this is all bosh. Gentlemen: I desire to complete for Ilie price slated aIM i\e. and Lamar's Lemon Laxative is a sure cure for this disordered

will ln glad to have you end me literature and hlanks. condition working. in of nature's liver stomach and bowels. It U a natural remedy
way not with sudden and exhaustive violence! ,
% 1 His Dear Old Mother. but ently and gradually. It does not weaken like other remedies,

Name . . . . . . . . . . . . but,Invigorates the bowels, leads to normal and healthful action.
"My dear old mother who is no'* Give relief from present.UferinrIts
proper use brinrs permanent eure. .
There is.no inlrftdient ;
tn 1- .
1that can banD the cbild. It -
eighty-three old, thrives tll'cly etrec youngest
years on i 1'ostoflue! . . of the family.lVe wl It iha adults and in chroiie constipation. rood for every memb
Electric Bitters," writes W. B. Brun- I It help make rich red a R'O'Jd blood remedy to J"1* m the house tIt creates healthy IItIIt.
I I Sold by dnursnsU everywhere.
son, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken LAMAR TAYLOR
them for about two years and enjoys I I
excellent lw "ewH """ "sors-o,,oeooeo soeoeoMallary Georgia
an appetite, feels strong and ,
sleeps well." That's the way Electric $ I

Bitters affect the aged, and the .. Bros. { LLL 50 DOSES-50 GENTS

.J came happy results follow in all cases ; S Machinery Co. ;

a of female weakness and general djbllity r

Ii Weak puny children too, are i ',< flacon, Cerrf r

greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed b ___
also for stomach, liter and r J ENGINES BOILFR I Learn the Art ofMILLINERY
i i .
kidney troubles by Barclay i Groover f .: CHKERT: f rO' .
druggists SOc. H. 's. Puir. i] Ob t. D. B e' \ -\\ ELL,
.I L
(.GASOLP I: C.INC' '" '
,. ".,. .. It. means a successful future. II,'''llfHt{ I'lt..l I, (l1n
' ; "Judge Carter's Kerned'." r. . .t.1 .. f Vdignme.lpos.ti.in, God pay
; tog portions secured<< for gradduate Will go anew ht'r. ,', :--'ate to F.m
: t Editor Democrat- desire II. f t""OOfO d e4 6lfbo0"40eeAbf eee0eeees) I <. Write and ask for particular Any atyle or pnc .' t'!:r "rcafr.rf.
{ 1 congratulate you on your magnificent -- !'. j i i nisi eii' Always on hart good

1 editorial jesterdaj's paper entitled >:crsff wit find (".,. <': .:, "a': !: J ,. ;. ilt.aner. s.\f-r'.nd wuu ..: American School yf ]i! burial For emits wit call fr at ladi..-K.S V't er.tlorne&N. I,Af1JJ I

Judge Carter's Remedj" No mor sita" > >-iJo't .a. :v ,>: '.iij : I ," :" 11'0 C. .\. RIH1.IoY .--

I emphatic, loyal royal and magnificent Carter and Solicitor .-- MILLINERYSavannah { When a man wa-.'- to cline) 'i

1 utterance has fallen under my : do the reet. That we lIu.nJt Tin I.. \ N. Ga. i argument" anr i'i' ,-S that i
eye In many a month. I rt'joictthat cleaner city and fewer -- ----- ---
I ----
f Kxecutrt Xotic other fellow Is <'rat /:: !
we have a man who can write such a I w filing to openly Hefusul to Hun its Trains IntoMobile's '|t -
i Legatees, districutees. -
I. creditors
clear, ringing and whos I ion law there is I.I wt ati;
message no Ness Union Station. i just
and all other persons having claim i ii i i I Xo mao ever rea1 7-d .
head and heart will prompt him to It. {conscience conviction : ,.. Ala. Oct IS.-The Mobile i or demands against the estate of I.. meant to be bored ur t.: b:3: wi" .

There has never been a doubt in my i| backbone can enforce > grand jury today indicted the I K. Klmmerlin, deceased, late of Su- taken aim to a part\"

a mind as to the fitness of Judge Carter I i community Keep the I and Nashville Railroad I wannee County, Florida will ?:west -

and Col. MeCollum for the responsible I ing. boys' You ;' for its failure to run its the same to me duly proven, within I 1 t hang aro'"I:
Happiness like- j
places they fill I have believed i I through jft There 10&I i into the new union railway ore A'.ar from the first insertion of ,I|I man who MM&ehou :,.:images to t ttI!

In them from the first and I I other joints where $ : in Mobile as required by a re- tM retic. o- this notice will be :
his .hilltu.!; :
pleaded\ In bar !I.i up merry
of .
rejoice no little over the splendid record -I'n a bit of good work i enactment and an order of the allowance of the -
sate out of the funds of said I i I --
they are making. Two better hat to you men-Judge Commission estate .. ,-, ., r5at lIIadtJ;
W J. IIILUIA pnlil< : the' : '
ofCc'als could not be gotten In Su- i Itor MeCollum and the I union station is owned b> the Executeof the last Will and Te .U.ment r". ......! .!r- fpr ., .rr fello" i i it.u
wannee or any other county. If our I i Dt'mocrat-meon who Railway. I
of L K. Klmmerlin. <," ;, sor- and :e .:ot.


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OCTORKR -., loor.
13I ?

I I The way some men talk they must 1 Too Pessimistic.
-.' think a good wife is one who will let What She Wa Doing.
them smoke In the house. I "I suppose," he ventured "that "So jou are writing atones" said
Health te you would never speak to me again the friend.

'# DeWitt's Carbonized jlf i I were to kiss you?" "Not '
K More Than Witch Hazel exactly; answered the cynical
Salve is good for little burns and big I "Oh, George!" she exclaimed "whydon't literateur: "I am merely furnishlxg a
= Wealth burns small you get over the hamid of always
scratches or bruises and certain amount of text to keep the
big ones. Sold by Live Oak Drui looking at the worst side of illustrations from running Into one
I ? LAtos Use Company. oct-dw" i things?"-Tit-Bits. I another."-Washington Star.

Love If you take De'.Vitt'r
KINO could probably make faster Kidney and A Criminal AttackOn :
I eadway if women didn't have Bladder Pills you will get prompt
:' 1 SNOW OF many pins about their clothes.A so relief from backache weak kidneys, an inoffensive citizen is frequently -
I = THEM I inflammation of the bladder anurinary d mad in that apparently useless -

.s.wr. LINIMENT ALL Card. troubles. A week's treatment little tube called the "appe lL"It.

I This Is to certify that all druggists for 25 cents. Sold by Live Oak generally the result of protracted ....
AND I are authorized to refund your Dru; Co oct-dw constipation following liver torpor
Trill always have good health. i If ]Foley's money Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate
"VThnt I Honey and tar
Km more to a man I fails to
good hOalth? All the money in the world It takes the liver, prevent appendicitis and
some folks
can't cure
happiness where health ia unknown. make I your cough or cold. It stops a long while tu
Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns Bollard's, Sprains Snow, Neuralgia Liniment, the cough heals the lungs and prevents realize that marriage is not a pair of establish regular habits of the bowels.
CURES Sores, stiff 25c at Hart"lay &: Groover
Joints, Contracted Muscles, Lam serious results from shears with which to dip Love'swings. drug
a cold
Back: and all the JJs I store.
that Flesh is u..r to.( Cures la grippe oct-dw*
cough and prevents
One Who Knows. pneumonia and consumption. Contains !
Out of Sight. heaven loses a lot of settlers because -
?. O. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. writes: Icannot no opiates. The genuine is in of the
too highly praise your nal1 rd's Snow Liniment for a yellow package. Kefuse substitutes.City J j "Out of !sight out of mind," is an way Its Immigration
the relief of acute rheumatism aJrt>nt& a"t.0 .
I by sudden change Pharmacy. oct-dw old saying which applies with special
I and exposure to tho weather. I also recommend
I JJallara's Horehound Syrup for cougLs and colds.jour --- force to a :tore burn or wound that's :\
t Theo used together defy all It must have home is so pleasant regardless -
I pain. worried Eve a lot not been< treated with. Bucklen's Arnica
,I GET THE OENUI E. Three Sizes 25c, SOc $1.00 ; to 1 know what kind of people lftO.JInto Sahe. It's out of sight;: out of mind buy of the comforts that money will
as when tho entire
family la inpcrfett
, her vacant home in n< *n. and out of existence.! tiles too and
health. A bottle of Orino
Ballard Snow Liniment Co. chilblains disappear under its healing Laxative Fruit
Take Syrup costs 50 cents.It .
something now and then U: influence. Guaranteed by Barclay &:
I 500-502 North Second will cure every member of
: Street help the stomach. Kodol will do this. Groover druggists. 25c oct-dw the
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. }t is a combination of natural digestants -I :I family of constipation sick headache -
or stomach trouble.
and vegetable acids and contains IVnali/eil. City Phar-
r I ".
I mac>
the same juices found in a health Hello Manse! I thought you got oct-dw

Sold and Recommended by }" stomach. It Is pleasant to takedivests fifteen yards of that remnant ribbon The more affectionately a womangwti '
It what you eat. Sold by Live ?" ,

Suwannee Drug Company. Oak! Drug Co. oct-dw' "So I did. but the floorwalker jten- probably JON mid the when worse she the saw things you com she

allied me ten yards for 5Iu ln ."_ ing.
Pride has kept many a man frombending i Louisville Courier-Journal I i. i.1iNnry
I I'' I 'nl'n: 1 '1m' ::: n II '1%; ; m ;I 'III"nlll over far ,
mp' enough to pick uji I
the that I Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
success lay at hit '
Now is (if Ii3 lira: io: Visit ins H P. feet. I I! writes: ".IJonE'S.can thank, of God Tampa for my Ha.present -, I.! a safe, sure and prompt remedy for

DeWitt's coughs and colds and is good forenory
Kidfley Bladder
and 1
Pilla, health, due to Folej's Kidney
relieve backache, weak member of the family. Sold by
kidneys, anal Cure. I tried doctors and all kind
Jamestown inflammation of the bladder. Sold of kidney cure, but nothing done me Live OaK Drug Co. oct-dw
Exposition I IIT b> Live Oak
Drug Co. oet-dw much good; till I took Fotey's Kidney Hunted Her Pay.

_. CurE." Four bottles cured me, and 1ha"p
FltlOn'tt II illl. no more pain in my back and i Unattractive Maiden Aunt-Good-

IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.The D iy son" said a fond father, examining shutlldt>rs. I am G2 years old, and b>", Jottfe. Come soon again. .I hope

his offspring on his return suffered long, but thanks to Foley's' you'll forgive my not kissing you,
from school "how did you manage Kidney Cure but I have an awful cold.
am well< and can
War Path, :=: Air Ship, :: Naval Display, I when jour teacher naked you to spell walk and enjoy m)gelf. It is a JOUle (aged/ six)-Never mind. Do

metempsjchosis" pleasure to recommend it to thou kim me, auntie. Mother said she'd

will interest and instruct you. Do not "Father." said the boy "I just needing a kidney medicine. City give ro*> five cents If I'd let you. -
stood '
spellbound.--London Globe Life.
fail to go at once. For beautifully illus- Pliarmacj oct-dw
trated folder containing maps, discrip- g --------- ------ Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any

I tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to Live Oak MTg. Co. ease of kidney trouble that Is not beyond 1

I medical aid. City Pharmacy ";

FRANK C. BOYLSTON I Manufacturers of oct-dw

Notice "f Application for Tai Ikwl

District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville Fla.LINE I Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights t'n"t'r IM\H.Section IJMH 8 of of Florida.Chapter

Power and Turpentine.Electric Notice is hereby given that D. W.

ATLANTIC Brown, purchaser of Tax Certificate
COAST Lights in any part of the city furnished for .No. 4, dated the 5th day of Juno,

Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. .\. I). 190:?. has filed said certificate
;in ray office, and has made
THE SHORT Electric power Day and night current for
THROUGH CAR LINE. manufactur- Mon for tax deed to issue In accord

inSEABOARD g purposes. an* with law. Said certificate em-
_:::: ::::: :!! I JI iI foruofi the
Wholesale and retail Ice-Out ui City; ofl1ehave following described pr>-
Ml 11H M M M II11111- > !****< I**** > attention special ;nrty situated in Suwannee Count. ,
and all orders promptly filled. Florida to-wit: East one-half or

We will give you good prices on !low grade ceiling: and southwest one-fourth of Section 27: .
I Township 2 south. Range 15 f'm,
flooring. Come and get our prices. I oj v acres.

The said land being -
------ --- assessed a
: : 1:1: : : I I ;::' : :::11:11: :" I the date of the issuance of such certificate -
Airline Railway. :II I'E in tt.naIR of Unknown

1 Can You Write unless raid certificate shall be redeemed "
a Ghost Story?
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, : I according to law tax deed

Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, j I will issue thereon on the ISth day of

Philadelphia and New y<>rk. No doubt you know one you have been tell ft u November.: A. D. 1907.

. ...... i ing for years. We will give a I Witness my official: signature and
ij seal this the 17th day of Oetobe-.

I for the best Ghost Story written by young
I or old, male or female. I Clerk Circuit Court. S..wanaw Cou-i-
Seaboard Seaboard Mail rpt. _1u ___ -1!,"! .
Express + lilt UIII,)' ,.vlluLLLVll IS tnat each contestant E ty. Florida. w-octlS-4t
; II send Fifty Cents for
.. a years subscription f
.\ .
to THE SOUTH RN CYCLONE llig Difference.For
a monthly [
I Modern : Pullman : Equipment. publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. j my part, I can't see tbe difference -
. i
: The Cyclone is full of
ginger and red hot; E between gambling aad fx>culatinR -

.. i it has a will of its own, and stands on a platform j by buying or aelliag tbteg oc

" The Jamestown Exposition LineNORFOLK f unique in policy and principle. The \ a margin."
ill first number will
I appearNOVEMBER \ There is a big difference. A man
VA. I"
i FIRST | h' gambles has a eertair naasber ,

.... Excursion Tickets on Snle Daily + I Write Oil one side of paper only; story not | of chances out of a thousand to win."

: i to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close "f -- Chicago Record-Herald. \jj

l.1Il--' ..ra l'l!, or information write, and Sleeper reservations call on any agent 1 J g i FEBRUARY, 5tH, 1908, .. / '"

JItd *. JR.. Asst GenLra-5s.Aeent.JacksonviLe.Fla.:: ; number. Send ; j
i in
your subscription at once. t2 i, from a neglected' or Improperly ,'
: -= I 1 I T J. t..t.1.i i._! i II 111 1111 LLLLLLiJlU.!i ; 8 I treated cold Foley'a Honey and Tar r
.A --- .- tt I cures the most obstinate
-Have 'i: Southern y10neDrawer I coughs and r aI
it i prevents serious results.
you It t
costs <
! I anything to sell? Do you want to buy?
a Have : you no more than the unknown "'
; -: ._ you "lost" or "found" anything? preparations 1
+t Ii 39, : Live Oak Fla ; I and you should insist up.

h .; H in the Daily will meet your demends. [!I, I i I i on baring the genuine in the yellow
'x:; i City Pharmacy oct-dw

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; XOTICE OF SALE Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One

XOTICE. I To Whom It May Concern: Ios r of Chamberlain's Colic, American Manufacturing;(
Ii !
I have at my place, three miles
.;;- Notice Is hereby given that the Cholera and Diarrhoea
coast of Wllmarth, on the Suwannee
I undersigned sheriff of Suwannee Remedy.I .
river, a yellow sandy colored sow, Atlanta =
!. marked crop and split In right ear County, Florida, for the satisfactionof was so weak from an attack of ,i

a judgment entered In the Circuit diarrhoea that I could scarcely attendto
I and under slope In left ear. This
Court of Suwannee County Florida. my duties, when I took a dose of :
i sow has been breaking my Complete Machinery
on the 6th day of June, A, D. 1906, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
causing other hogs to get in and destroy -
I against W. D. Collies In favor of Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me entirely '
my crop, and I am compelled 10
W. W. Stovall & Bros., for the sum and I had been taking other Equipments I
keep her shut up. Owner can get her
I for this of $33.06 damages with interest medicine for nine days without relief.
by proving ownership, paying 4
from date thereof until paid, and Standard Woodworking Machinery.
notice and my expense of keeping her. I heartily recommend this remedy aa .

27-4L JAMES M. ADAMS. J7.SO costs, and in pursuance of an being the best to my knowledge for Saw Mills, Plaining Mills, Shingle Mills, Lath Mills EJMills !

execution issued upon said judgment bowel complaints. G. Stewart, of Spoke and Handle Factories. Wood Turning I

will, on Monday, October 7th, the firm of Stewart & Bro., Greenville Wood Yard Machinery etc. Engines Boilers, Gas and

FOR SALE. 1907, after four weeks publication of Saw Mill Machinery Belting and
Ala. For sale by Barclay & line Engines, Mill Sup*! I

A nice farm, one-fourth mile from this notice, offer for sale at the door Groover, and all druggists. w* Manufacturers of American "Permanite" Roofing. .' i t

the corporation line, west of Live of the courthouse, at Lire Oak Su-' The Best Flint Coated, No-Tar Ready to Lay Roofing, 5 ;

. Oak; 212 acres, 150 acres in cultivation wannee County, Florida, between the NOTICE FOIL PUHLICATIOX. Nor SAMPLES mud for the Asking. Address .1

100 acres of new fresh land for legal boars of sale, and sell to the: AMERICAN MANUFACTURING Co., Inc., ATLANTIC

cotton, a nice 8roomstory dwelling highest bidder for cash the following wlNU1mt'oC of Uu Interior, Land t
--- ;
good barns, 3 tenant houses, 4 real estate, being lying and situate Office at Gainesville, Fla., '
i s ....i.. t.i'e. ..8.............; f
good young mules, 2 two-horse In Suwannee County, Florida, or so 2.'J. 1007.Notice .

wagons, 4 sets of harness. 1 one-horse much thereof as may be necessary to

wagon, good buggy and harness, all satisfy said judgment and costs, to- Frazier of is hereby Ellaville given, Fla.that, has Milton filed Live Oak Bottling. 'V orb i iI

, farming tools, sugar mill and kettle, 'ill'lt.:
notice final
of his Intention to make
I' one Jerse ycow will give 3*4 gallons The Forth half of the southwest one-,

,i per day. 550 bushels of corn, 11$ birth of Station 33.: Township 2 five-year proof in support of hU R. H. Holmes, Prop. .Ii a=
claim, viz: Homestead Entry No.
! head of hogs corn and potatoes. Will soatli. Range 13 east containing 111)aert'S. ,t!
2997! :, wade May 26, 1900, for the .
cell all or a part of the farm at a more or less. Purchaser to j!
west half of northwest one-fourth, Manufacturers and bottlers of The Famous
bargain. Come and see me before pay for title. Suva j

buying. W. R. LEE. \Vitness my: hand and seal at Live Section 30, Township 1 south, Range nee Springs Ginger Ale, Coca Cola, Iron Brer, Peadj:t ti
12 east, and that said proof will be'
w-octlMmo Live Oak Fa. Oak Florida this 3th day of September Mellow and Ginal Lemon Root Beer
1&O.. made before Clerk Circuit Court, at I Raspote Chocolate -!,!1

J. II. mCKKUSO.V, live Oak. Fla.. on Nov. 6, 1907. t Cream Soda, Sherry, Vanilla, Pesin Ola, and Frail'Ii I
: NOTICE Ho names the following witnesses Tolo. ::1:
Sheriff, Suwannee Co., FlaM.SUE ;
t Notice Is hereby given that the & LAMB to prove his continuous residence up- If
, undersigned has filed In the office of Attornejs for Plaintiff. septl3-4t' (>n. and cultivation of. the land, viz: Every Gallon of water used is Artesian. Filtered and Dif ::1'

,s the Clerk of Circuit Court for Sur --- -- -' I:. I.. til llinor, of Ella\ill*, Fla.; D. tilled, my water pip is connected with the large Ice FactoJ!

r r T. O'llura, of Ellaville. Fla.; J E. 11.t (
wannee County, Florida, his final Ti.v...ury I)(>l'artnwnt, State (-f 1'lor- distillery. ;
Bra:.-11. of Eilaville. Fla.; Henry -- -
, 1 statement of all matters pertainingto 1-
i.la Office of Tallalinsser.
% In every respect my plant is entirely up-to-date, being operated ij I
Wright, of Live Oak, Fla.HENRY
i his position as assibnee of F.J.Mai- .-No. 10:?. 1.4. Electrical power. t .

I lory, of said county, and after thirty Whereas, by satisfactory evidence ''I S. CHUBB. We are prt-rarad to furnish these goods to all dealers in the state i!

j days from this date, will apply to the presented to the undersigned, it has d et't-lIlJO ; >r'l, I'
I Hon. B. H. Palmer Judge of Third bwn made to appear that a banking'i! ITd fee paid. YOURS FOR BUSINESS
t Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, for -I
association under the name of The ---- -------"-- ----- -

, $ letter of discharge as such assignee. Citizens Bank of Live Oak, located 't :1, NOTICE OF SALK. I
( fLive Oak Worts
sep20-5t W. A. TISON. Assignee. Live Bottling !!
Oak, Florida, and organized j Notice is hereby given that I. the I; ,

.I| -- under the laws of Florida, has complied i undersigned special master in than-

with all the provisions required ] R. H. HOLMES 1
NOTICE. ', under Proprietor.
; ( 'r% and by virtue of a final ,

f' J Ilotlce Is hereby given that the t. he complied with by the Banking :, dtimof foreclosure; made by the .5>> i'f"h E fi OE t '"'M-92f.Ote
. Laws of the State of Florida. before -
} physicians of the Suwannee County }i Judge of the Circuit Court in and for
an association shall be author-
t Medical Association will place all I I jSuwnanee, County, Florida wherein
*d to commence the business of
their past due accou:: : ts in the hands i'j the l"int National Bank of Live Oak,

of the association's for banking. Florida is complainant and \\' B.
tl special agent i iComptroll..r '
Now Therefore, I. A. C. Croom,
collection If not Collins and A. Collins and B. !t{,
satisfactorily svttled -
It: of the State of Florida
by December 1, 1907. !'Bean are defendants for the pur-
bj virtue of the authority vested in
Ioof satisfying and paying the
t;:' -- I mp by Section 2702, of the General
amount expressed In said decree, I
.. Statutes of the State of Florid,
WUUnu' Kidney Pill. I will offer for sale and sell to the
f certify that the Citizens Bank of Live
Have neglected highest and best bidder for cash on FIRST
you !
; your Kidneys Oak, of Lire Oak, in the County of AND LASTNWDBRANDSIIII
have you overworked your nervous Monday, November 4, 1907 in frontof
Suwannee and the State of Florida,
if system and caused trouble with youikidneys the courthouse, of said county,
is authorized to commence the busi-
: and bladder? Have
you pains between the legal hours of sale the
i In loins, aide, back, groins and bladder -' ness of banking under the nam
? Have flabby above given with a capital stock of following real estate, to-it: The
you a appearanceof Mean
$ $ made to all who
the face, especially under fifty thousand dollars. southwest quarter of Section thirty- ?

f eyes? Too frequent a desire to pass Given under my hand and five Township two, south of Range buy or wear them. In style!

i urine? If ao, Williams' Kidney Pills seal of office, this fifth day of 13 east. The purchaser to pay for and

will cure you-at Druggist Price 50c. (Seal) September, A. D. One Thousand titlos. :\1. E. BllOOME, ease durability, "Shield Brand Sboei4'toe '

Williams' Manufacturing Co., the mark of perfection.
Props., and Nine Hundred and ( lO-Il-IM Special Master
Cleveland, O. Sold by Suwannee OLD DY RCLIABLC MCRCttANT* ONLY
: seven. .\. C. CROOM, 1I.UmImTLJR.,

: Drug- Store. apr-lyr sept.l2-St ..mptroller State of Fla. I I Solicitors for Complainants M. C. KISER CO.. ManofacUirars.,

;, To Whom It May Concern: fA COLD CURE

Notice is hereby given that the Notice is hereby giv n that I.V.. LIQUID

II. Cameron, the undersigned, will, on
undersigned! sheriff of
-ANDI --
County, Florida, for the satisfactionof the 14th day of November A. I). I
_ a Judgment entered In the Circuit ; Oak. Florida. apply 'O I :
Court of Suwannee County, Florida, Palmer Judge of Third MACHINERY

{ on the 6th day of June, A. D. 1906, Judicial Circuit Court of Florida for "
Portable and Stat
against W. B. Collins, in favor of an order adopting as my child ORIIUIAL Boilers; Saw-MulsVNood-nary.

Ii Wolfe Brothers Shoe Company, a Joseph Selph commonly known as THE Machinery and ::,upp Ii tt. CAt
;Joe Cameron age C years and abort plete line carried in stock-
corporation etc., for the sum of HEW al Terms. Write for catakf-
'I $300.48 fix months born January 1'I. 190T
damage with
I ; interest from IDEJI -
: This Oct. 1907.
date thereof until paid, and $7.50 \V. H. CAMKRONxonri State Apent.. for the ( r.DJ.; "

costs, and in pursuance of an execution and GASOLINE: .,

Issued upon said Judgment, will, I
:. : Tk It4 Cltvtr Blousin. ae4 th ..." BM 's
on Monday, October 7th, 1907. after .ery BotU. MACHINERY.
four weeks publication of this Notice is hereby given that the I I
l notice "A Cold or a Couch nearly always produces ,,
offer for sale at the door of the courthonse undersigned: as administrator of the I constipation! -the water all runs to ADDRESS ALL'ro Ml"NICAT10Xg TO
" Estate of J. A. Adams, deceased will eyes nose and throat Instead of passive 01'1 j I LONG DISTANCE PHONE 574. 22 OrF.STREET
f at Live Oak, Suwannee County 'I .f the through the liver and .
on Monday, the 13th day of January, FLORIDA.Fletcher's
Florida between the legal hours of the want of moisture the bo"els becom.
190S. present his vouchers, receiptsand dry and hard." Nearly! all other cough ewe '
sale, and sell
to the highest bidder
report of and for the Ustate of are constipatirc.: especially thou containing >
: for cash the following real estate Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Hooey and I
w J. A Adams, deceased, and thereupon -
being lying and situate in Suwannee Tar moves the bowels, contains no Op'aUs.! 66 66
I apply for his final discharge is
a f County Florida, or sa much thereof administrator of the said estate KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE

; as may be necessary to satisfy said J. H. WETlllmLl GTO-i. The best Chill, Fever and LaGrippe cure

judgment, to-wit.: 7-5-6121 Administrator

The north half of the southwest .---- I I I comrxua on the market. Be sure to get the genuine.

one-fourth of Section thlrO-nve (3: ). HOGKIW LIVKKWORT It has the signature in red ink. Accept no
Tar and OanchaUjgua
Township two (:) south Range HON EYAKTAR other as there is It
1 For the complete cure of Coughs, none "Just as good.

thirteen (13) east, containing one Coldi, Asthma and Brenccltls and all AU Relieves Colds by working them out cost, but 25 cents for 16 doses if it cures,

: hundred and sixty acres, more or Lung complaints tending to Consumption of the system through a copious action of NOT ,
the bowels. ONE CENT IF IT DOES NOT.
i less. Purchaser to pay for title. Liverwort Tar and Wild Cherry, _
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and .
Ii! Witness my hand and seal at Live have for ages maintained an established the Manufactured by
mucous membrane
, of
Oak Florida, this 9th day of September reputation as a standard Cough the throat.chestjucp and bronchial tubes CRESCENT PHAR A C Y,

A. D. 1907. Remedy. It contains no opium or For Croup. Whooping Couth,La Grippe, Live Oak Florida.
harmful drug can bo given with I IflSaenia, Bronchitis, and all Cong)",
J. H. RI KERSO=', safety to children. Price Jt.CO. Sold Colds, tug and Bronchial aSactioas so FC R SALE BY ALL DRUGGIST.

Sheriff Suwanee Co., Fla. rtmrtj to quil to Xtoatdy'i: L&zitiT
by drujtista.
VtTg Co. KODtf ad Tar. Children Hike it.
66 <
LESLIE & LAMB, Prop, Cleveland, O Sold by the Fletcher's o
sut up In tic,|0.&ft4 1.00 bettl.at Ow L>t>
Attorneys for Plaintiffs. sept3-4t I Suwanmo Drag Store. apr-lyr .rat.ry.f L 0.O.W1tt*0..Ohiag.,U.....

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