Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 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: UF00075905:00167
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Rocanse of Ills Alleged; Connection vs And Difficulties Will Prove to I>

i With Standanl Oil Company Only TemporaryNew

Dallas, Text Oct. 23.; -.\ movement rt'i York, Oct. 25-Another nerve

has for its object the recall of
which racking day has passed, but the finnc'al -
Joseph W. Bailey from the United 1
Institutions of New York
States Senate was launched in Dallas

tonight, when State Senator E. G. have shown extraordinary power of

Senter, of Dallas, the leader of the resistance to the pressure put upon

malcontents addressed a mass meeting bem. While it is true that several

In the city hall. Senator Senter { minor institutions have been forced

r bas declared that he will offer: in the l,' ,ear 'r r i : I ; ''$ to close their doors, yet two things

Thirty-first Legislature a resolution bouU bv raid about them first tbttilt"

I demanding the resignation of Bailey. amount Involved was not so great

because of his alleged connectioa a 1 to exert any marked influence imhe

i with the Standard 011 Company, and general situation as these banks

I will ask the people of Texas to Indorse were located in residential quartersand
did not come 'nto touch with
both direct
this course by expression
: the larger flnan on their primary ballots andy -
' s. _.r l_ :: metropolis and
'J b the election of representatives who ; second that there I*

are not only in full sympathy with -Roger* m New York Herald every reason to Believe that thcrjinks
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this proposal, but will inforce the demand and trust companies are entirely
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- for Bailey's resignation after KILLED: FALLING LIMB INLAND WATERWAY PLAN- FELL: DEAD IX IXHMiK ROOM. solvent and theft difficulties

it receives the indorsement of the I will prove to be only temporary, and

due entirely to inability to secure
of Texas and the Thirty-firs.
people Tragic Death of Man Sad End of Jackson.lie Machinist
in Alarlr.ia On Great Scale Endorsed by
I ready one gilt edged securities -
I s Legislature. Vunty While RUing Through| | elt-Will Include Canal ,'\('Iuooe-I Was Addressing. Friends When : In their vaults.

, Furst.Gainesville j Florida. Stricken.TimesUnion. I: In the .ght of the general excite-
( Sun. 25th.) i Washington D. C.. Oct. 2t.-When j <(< %5th. : ment the savings banks thought It

the i vise to put into effect the rule requiring -
President made remarks Vicks-
Commander 0' Florida Division, William. Baldree: a wellknownand .y j i William II. DIxon: a machinist, i
+Ie thirty to sixty days notice for
burg the other at which rock-
United Confederate Veterans. highly respected citizen of Otter day |i about 23 years of age. died very suddenly -

Creek, was the victim of an accident ribbed and hermetically sealed Democratic ; last night in the Eagle hall in II the withdrawal of deposits, and this
Pensacola Oct. 24.-After a see- Mississippi threw up its hat : will prevent the withdrawal of money
Wednesday which cost the unfortunate the Herkiraer building.Mr.
lion of two days the Florida Divisionof and shouted "Rah for Roosevelt," which would otherwise be put In safety -
i Dixon
man his life, having died forty was recording secretaryof
United Confederate Veterans adjourned deposit boxes. The savings banks.If .
the general public did not
fully understand I
minutes after his skull was crushed I Duval Lodge No. 257, International -
tonight to meet next year at ., what the President meant.ile | they continued to make payments,
by a falling limb. \ of Mechanics, and waiattf'ndlng
Tampa, Vhlch was almost the unan- I j I said; that he had a scheme for j would be obliged to withdraw fun !s
Mr. Baldree was for several years j.I J j. a meeting of the order last
imous choice for the next meeting 'opening the so'' from the national banks thereby
P associated with Hon. W. H. Ande-r-I I] up MtsofsstppFriver ,night and when the lodge was gei-
place. that t! causing an additional strain on theg'neral
it would in effect be a part of the
son of Bronson. in the navjl stores ; sting. ready to adjourn at 10:15
Today's session was a business one roast kind of banning situation. There
a straight route from
business but for the past two years o'clock he arose and began to speakto
lad when It convened the profusely U'e Lakes to the Gulf with such was not the slightest hint that any
II of the members. Without
has been in the employ of the Otter some any
r decorated armory hall was filled with levees on the lower part of the riveras of the savings Institutions was In anything -
Creek Lumber Company as a woods- warning he fell to the floor and was
Ue soldiers In General Jewell, but the soundest condition and
gray. to make the people have no
dead before reached his side.
man. It was in the faithful dis- anyone
the commander, presided over the thought whatever for their safety, the j It was pointed out that the savings
charge of his duty Wednesday that physician was immediately sunjmoned. -
meeting and resolutions we eradoptedud protection being absolute. I i banks of this state are so restricted
he lost his life. but he was beyond human
a commander elected. Brig. Gen. There Is a scheme for the Improvement !! by> law in investing their money that
'aid. A coroner' summoned but
s From the information which\ could was
w. L. Wlttich. of this city, was elected of the inland waterways of the there can be no question that all of
be secured it was learned that Mr. deemed an inquest unnecessary.
major general and will succeed ountry, not Mr. Roosevelt's exactly.but the securities in their possession are
Marcus Conant. the undertaker
Baldree was riding through the foi-
Gen. Jewell, as commander. A resolu- one which he has said he woul.l of good value and readily salable In
est. passing under an immense tree was then called to take charge of the
tioi of thanks was adopted and order- favor It is enifc died( in the forthcoming normal times.
hlch workmen were engaged in fell-
14 tent to the legislature for the
very report of the Waterway
'ng. A limb crashed down, striking Mr. Dixon resided; on North Main
liberal pension laws passed at the last Coriniisslen! of which Theodore Burton -
he unfortunate man on the head and street and 1 leaves a wife and one tit riKCUUATIMi: PETITIONS.
salon and thanking the citizens ofPentacola of Ohio is the chairman, and the
fracturing his skull, shortly after tle child. and a mother Mrs. MoIHe

for the entertainment pro- which the end came despite the tact creation of which Mr. Burton was the I Dixson, and a brother residing at inhibition Advvraten Have Reached
them during their reunion. inspirer| It is a moat elaborate and -
I 519 Feast Monroe street.
This that everything possible was done ti> (Tampa News.)
afternoon the entire division, accompanied '\tvnsiischeme for the Improvement :

by many prominent save him. and extension of the waterwaysof Some 'wrgia Ha it muling.Valdosta Petitions asking the County Com-
Deceased about of
dozens and ladies boarded a steamer was forty )ears the country the result of Mr Burton's missioner; to call a local option election

and spent several hours on the bay age. and a native of Georgia. He Ml genius and toil. But it is a ( Times.) in this county have, after extensive

U4 gulf a stop was made at tha been In Levy county for many years, good scheme all right and it is a good A traveling man who arrived in circulation in the country districts -

Sttta Rosa life saving station, where however, where he had reared a devoted thing that President Roosevelt 1m the city on one of the late trains last reached the city.

a Qsh dinner was served and great'y l family. lie is survived by a adopted( it into the family of "My night related an experience he and One etltion. teen today confined
'' wife and ten children to whom the
"Joyed. Gov. Napoleon B. Broward policies." others had on their way from Nashville to voters in the Hyde Park precinct,

;. ,ateompaa1ed the veterans on the trip sympathy of all is extended. The proposal is to expend $!OO.000.000 .- to Sparks. .\n,:ll'COmmodationtrain had over 50 signers. Presented to a

1 Cttales' t' haling boarded Qie vessel at Ft. Bar- The remains were brought; to this and construct all sorts of is run between these' two places county official, who is at heart a prohibitionist

F: tangs here he had gone to inspect city and turned over to the Thomas waterways. Among these, besides the in the early part of th" night so a s [ the circulator received a

'' the It&te troops In camp there. Tot Undertaking Company, and on Thursday deepening of the :Mississippi thereare to make connection with the late G. refusal the official stating that

sight the veterans witnessed the pro- were shipped to Homerville. Ga., several of special interest to the S. and I'. train from Macon to Val whatever might be his personal views

1;; A j,! 'WUon of the Little Rebel at the his former home for interment.Roosevelt commerce of the Scuth. The inland dosta. It generally: carries a jab for on the benefits of prohibition, he

t opera house and will depart for their --- waterway\, all along the Atlantic coast passengers and sometimes the light* thought the agitation should be posr

tames tomorrow. The seventeenth Thinks ('ri..I'4 Over. is ODe of tbee. Another project t*. are sorry. Last night two or tbr ee poced until after the winter season.

ftunlon, from all expressions, was thj Washington, Oct. 21.-PresidentRoosevelt t..> c':' a <"in
1 ta 0at largely attended and enjoyable was today: thoroughly informed Hi'i". and another to opv 'i a iwite teresting. The lights went out in th P of tbe prohibitionists who hav> ='

.,Of. aa1'of Its predecessors and the I regarding the financial streai'n for h.!rge+ from Mobile clone the! caboose, the wood gave out in the basinet interests in the city. It Is

,;1' >wenm are well pleased with }'f'nS:1-I': Wall Street and Pittsbtirg. and fa Gulf! cast to New. OrIN" tender causing the steam to run IOT said to be the object of the circular,

;Bola. and stopping the train. All the train to bave them ready for the next meetIng -
I understood to regard the crisis as
S I'lES OX WARPATH.Il.lto bands got out to hunt wood. While of the Coatraittioe, la which
over and also to approve of the
Esc.\tED: FROM POLICE this was going on a long train was event the election would likely boo
measures of relief which SecretaryCortelvou -
heard approaching them from the direction called for WBV date before Christ
afforded both cities. << Left ResortMion In I tab dud
66ur' P Be by Fa.t Eapmvs -- Threaten Trroble.1Vasl.ington. of Nashville. Thing werelively mas. Y

: Train. for a few moments, but one of

'. agO, Ocl a ORLEANS U'EIsTm: Ii.:. D. C.. Oct. 24.-Tbe the- drummers secured( a rd lantern I IIRVAN WON'T SIV J

shot 24.After having -- tr be of 1'ie Indians which more thana and ran down the road some distance,
,nC. ep'caurect attempting a holl- Ten Thousand Cotton Handlers WHII year ago wandered away from their displaying the red signal and stopping a ,
by the police I And K i>udiitte<< AHKd Statement of
hg 1t hlle escaP- reservation In Utah and created trou- the log train. This prevented a ;

nO -ta1. under guard at the county Return to Work Today. ble in Colorado and Wyoming by possible smash-up. Wood was secure J itrother-ln-Law That He Will :

It ; 'as.litaatly John Krell 28 years old I New Orleans. La., Oct. 24.-The their threatening to take the warpathand and connection was made all right; at lie a Candidate. f

killed by a Chicago ands levee strike involving 10.000 mt'1.'I [ raid ranches, is reported to have Sparks. I J",. j'
hitsaTe ta.eateip + Troy. N. Y.. Oct. 24.-William Jenninss
express train tonight at ']'I mostly cotton handlers ended to- : again broken out on the Cheyenne :
Via (t : Bryan addressed
suburb a large audience -
of Chicago.' I, night. The men agreed to return to river reservation in South Dakota, The Gnat Balloon Race. I I
", II in this city tonight. Prior to
f work tomorrow pending final adjustment where the tribe f
was given
In. temporary
C. A. Kld'eys I Washington, Oct. :24.-Officials o? his lecture he touched upon politics.
ln4T7 sermon of last arbitration tf"
\ of the controversy by quarters.
the War Department have made the
0 ca "Can Regarding the dispatch from Omaha -F-
Christianity Cope which was proposed yesterday I j I At ,the request of the Secretary of
,tL 'ollowlng computation of the exact that his brother-in-law. Thomas
that Attend Its Pro- the local steamship agents. The the Interior the War
by Department today
sai Wen distance of the flights of the leading Allen, bad declared him a candidatefor
given to the pub- strike sympathetic In behalf of ordered from Fort
was troops Mead.
international t
..'* Till racePommern : the presidency next year Mr
66 bat few appear as a booklet about 1,800 cotton screwmen who refused South Dakota, to the scene of the 8764 miles. Bryan said he did not believe bN

weeks. Mr. Ride to stow in vessels' holds the trouble. Isle de t.
miles brother-in-law
France S70i
... had said such a thing, c
near requesjd future.-
.\'. j steamship agents. not known here. United States. 625.29:! miles. tirely unvoiced by him.
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STATE OFFICERS. We see no reason why we shouldnot I

K. B. Broward.. GovernorD make the request and let our
have this examination
H. Clay Crawford Secretary of State.
made if he can. It Is quite probablethat
Wm. V. Knott. Treasurer.
Suwannee county has as good
A. C. Croom. Comptroller.W. .
tobacco lands as the adjoining counties
II Ellis. General Ale c,
Attorney Red RocK Ginger
and if so, their discovery and
B. E. HcLln, Commissioner of Agri the development of the industry

culture. would be an; item thai we could HI
Is the Real Article
a; W. M. Holloway State Superintendent afford to \\ k.ld't fieglect. We

L Public Instruction. would be glad to ave Mr. Clark usa

Ernest Amos State Auditor. his Influence J6 have these experts An inferior, weak, flat imitation ginger

\T. B. Saddler. Assistant Auditor. look over our lands and give us th!!
ale will cause: indigestion and constipa-
benefit of J efr Investigations; and if
oc+ for which
he will take the matter in hand for tion-ddcatingthevery purpose
SUPREME COURT.T. t K as a ALE has become
Suwannee county as be is doing for Ate RED ROCK -
H. Shackleford Chief Justice '
; the people of Jasper his efforts will I famous. : '
A. W. Cockrell, J. B. Whltfield. /
: be appreciated. I1 + N The value of Purity and Quality cannot oclc't
i'eDwlck IL W. I,
c. Parkhill.
be to strongly ur ed. Get RED ROC K. fir's
ei 1- A. Mocker, Associate Justices. The Library and Heading Iloom. I 'r, A REAL GINGER ALE, which stands out among

I The President of the Library Association t ,' all other brands-foreign and domestic-as the acme

I RAILROAD COMMISSION. i iIt. Dr. Frederick Pasco, has of perfection in combining purity, quality and
j health giving results.
Hudson Burr Chairman; N' II.IIlitch made an arrangement with the members -_ v

J. L. Morgan. Royal C of the Woman's Club, by which \, -S Sold Terrber,large aod .mail bottler

Dunn Secretary. the library and reading room will 6 or Sc gIM from twttie

hereafter be opened for reading on
Tuesdays and Fridays from :::30 t J
5 p. m., the members of the club hav-

DISTRICT. ing offered their services to taLe Jacksonville, Florida.Having .

Frank Clark. charge during those hours. Later

on arrangements will be made by

TIIIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. which parties may take books from

o B. II. Palmer. Judge. I the library.

Cary A. Hardee,"State's Attorney. I We trust that all will avail themselves

of the opportunity here givento

COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. use these rooms and see what has

B. been done.
Johnson. State Senator.
Much credit is due the ladies who sold out by drug business :,. . . . . . . . . . . . . ... :

on account of health, ask all who i
have worked
so faithfully. t
I owe me to please to come as soon as i I

Henry E. Jones of Tampa Fla., i'OSMble and pay their accounts as
W. R. Dorman. W. U. McClellan.
: writes: "I can thank God for my pretest 1 am anxious to pay all the outstanding i ; ( t 1 1- Think what it meant t
/ ( t That: is what *.. art
'. J. N: Conner. County'Judge.J. health due to Foley's Kidney account against the Live Oak I + !
Our reason I* bt-t..1II. lathe
Cure. I tried doctors and all kindsof I
: .: W. Bryson. Clerk Circuit Court. I thug Co.. and get off for a while for "Our Family" !lm.- of
kidney but I I
J. H. Klckerson, Sheriff. cure nothing done me .
h- ath.! Respectfully, : Star Brand Shoew*
.. G. B. Lord Treasurer. r+vrrch good till I took Foley's Kidney : .
; s have a show for **r.
Cure. Four bottles cured me, and i 1'1' W. H. BELL.
; J. N. Meets. Tax Collector. i : .: member of e* ry fjri'rto ,'

y A. 1>. Hemming, Tax Assessor. have DO more pain in ray back aa1feo I o + have all your '..!ail;) I
::; 15)10 1'lai ing Saf-.
Mers. I am 6: years old, and a./
: J. E. Wood. County SuperintendentPublic f 1 ( bho-l ec nonlrallv la
i LoralM-Is it true that
wtfferei but you are I
Instruction. long thanks to Foley'sKidcey well-fitting and servi<'. .
engage to Fred!
Care I well : Oll roRF1AN
II. E. Carter, Judge CrImlnalCourtof am and can I giving" shoe
Clarice--Xo; I have not given him WOMAN
Record. walk aDd enjoy myself. It.. a : ltg "Our Family" ShOO>l !
a definite answer yet. I want to wait AND CHILD
O. O. McCollom, Solicitor Criminal pleasure to rtjevwieecU it to Utoe ((4 Ia ,tre made by eijxrU iaMg :
i and see how he looks after the football I r,1a11 I/t1o11L
1 Court. needing a kidney medicine. City IILJ specialty factor .>. .

!t. M. Hawkins Clerk Criminal Court Pliarnucy. oet-dw ; season is over.--Judge. I Ii I 1'IADe IN $TLOUI3 fly from the best box calf :
I leather that can 1 b.
I i fioela say aSna
\Vaiitoil Truth. : bought for the money

A. TUon, Chairman; M. I* "At this i>otat" nay hero flings ny : The Men's and Hoy's are Go dear welts which means that

Burnett, J. J. Dempsey J. H. a car window. I the soles are flexible: and that there are no tacks, wax or
n "Do you not go In for reaHwn"
Grant. II. II. Davis. "1 do." : threads Inside to hurt burn and blister the feet. Being reinforced -

: under the Instep with a brass clinched fastening they
you mean be pries and cannot rip.
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. wren-ekes up a car window."-Louisville i 3 NIGHTS 3 :

: B. R. Wise Chairman; A. D. Puter-j Courier-Journal. ; WK SKI.L;: Tilt .MKVS FOR $:=.?-) and $::1.00. BOYS $

bough R. 11. Carver. I STARTING I :l YOUTHS w:_.00 LITTLE GIIILS' $1.75.

.\ r.r rd. I I : On account of the Women's Misses and Children shoes !

CITY DIRECTORY. This is to certify that all druggists (Thursday Oct. 24 I : having a metal clinch sole retainer, the soles can't pull apart. f

J. B. Johnson Mayor.C. are authorized; to refund your money j I : on: FUiiiA" SHOES FOI: ,nnnxlu..: $1..;;, MISSES i
H. Brown, Alderman President t if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to I j M'rX'JAI MATINEE SAT. $1..itt
and I'S rillLIHIK.V. 8t i, ll li. I-K; 3 and 8, $1.10. !
City Council.AldermenS. cure your cough or cold. It stops ;
J. White T. S. Anderson the cough, heals the lung and prevents f. 1s The S'ar on the heel and the name "OUR FAMILY" on the f
Uenry ear I : sole of each shoe, is aguarantee that
J. M. Barcky, W. J. Hillman, serous results from a cold. I and full of satisfaction.To they are honestly constructed -
J. E. Wood, J. L. White. '
Cures la .
grippe cough and prevents the mU
see to
like them.
see them.
I W. H. Lyle, Superintendent City pneumonia and consumption. Con- i j CON[ IANS. 'I

Water Works.R. tains no opiate The genuine i* in I j BOWLING LUMBER CO.

II. haddock City Marshal and a yellow package. Refute substitutes I Presenting an Entire new List of rI. .. .. .. .. ..
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Sanitary Inspector.W. City Pharmacy. oet-dw j Productions Opening With I I I. ......... ........ . . . . . ... ....

D. Wright Police. I -- I The Southern Sensation I
About llarhelom. |
She-The reason you bachelors \ "THE WHITE CAPS"I
U There Tobacco Land In Sunalln" :'
marry is because half of youdon't
know Car load Scenery, high Class Vaudeville, ,
County? enough. ; Latest Moving( Pictures New Illustrated I{ Don'tForgetThe
We are Just in receipt of a letter He-And the other half how too ': Songs. I I

from Hon. Frank much.-Philadelphia I.
Clark member of Record.! i eXTUA L XTf2A

11 Congress from Second Congressional Capt. Geo. Liable and Miss, Annie Nelson I-
al District, dated at Gainesville, Oct. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup j Two of the SmalUst

22. enclosing the following letter Is a safe, sure and prompt remedy for I ROYAL LILLIPUTIONS 1NT THE _

from the Department of Agriculture coughs and colds and is good for WORLD

h which,Ill self-explanatory: every member of the family. Sold by In a series of operatic and dramatic first
t "lf Itt'd States Department of Live Oak Drug Co. oet-dw sketches which are changed nightly. issue of The Southern Cyclone -

j Agriculture Bureau of Plant Indus- Don't forget the Special Saturday will be It
-- out
JLry'/OtLce of Chief of Bureau. I Rect'f1ti..n Matinee.PRICES .
Morals are what a man has lea
'Washington., D. C., Oct. 10, 1907. Matinee will contain
after hill vices have been provided r ) 5.and 35c.: eight pages of spicy read-
"lion. Frank Clark.'SrYour I Nights'L5, 35, 5o, he :
V letter of October 10th Seats now on sale at BUT LI R eROS. iner mattei ancl vii, ...... h\111rl l1t, miSS..
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I' to the ho>z. Secretary of Agriculture.
the first
has been referred to this office. I

I "I will instruct our tobacco experts
r I to examine carefully) the region BOTTLED We are going to give a cash prize of $ J 0,00 for the-

around Jasper to determine Itsadaptability best Ghost Story J903.
) sent us by February J5th,
to high-grade tobac a
}. culture. We are unable to our work Story must be original, and not exceeding 1,000

under the present appropriation but @g \ words.

1 may be in position to take the matter

up, if it seems promising during Send us 50 cents at for subscript
Brings City Joys a years
the next fiscal )ear. to Country Homes and
write the
"Very respectfully. story at your convenience.

"B T. GALLOWAY. Bottled Coca-Cola has this advantage ov r that

"Chief of Bureau.Mr. drawn from a fountain.-the eery r..r< :, r: i is THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE

Clark in his letter to t"e [ absolutely right. \\ here every ink; re:<-.!:t is ,

Democrat: fays: "the letter sows automatically measured out, there is no chance

ttat experts from the Department ol for carelessness by a clerk. Delicious it refreshes Drawer 39. Live Oak B*
Agriculture will examine lands and invigorates and makes possible drawing 01 reserved

around Jasper to determine their fl'. strength without loss or injury. There are mazy cheap uniutiona. ,
Insist '
on Crown Label and be sure to :."OPOSIDK most men make A ,ne -h-
eonvenuonal IIMJt' ;
ness for the culture of high-grade mselves, in pit!
tobacco. Please advise me if the LOOK BEFORE YOU DRINK: more ways actions you can alw a:: : d.ctA
'J Ql"
people of Suwannee would like to certainty.
t I .
have these experts make examination t.
smile likes to visit the d
of lands in jour county. If so, I will Live Oak face Xo man ever yet r' "> i ire iu ? ,.
Bottleing Works Sole
it: eea other .
try to have it done." :j Agents. smiles have been world w.f-oat tint ., 5 fstaying. "
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to the world.

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: I President Back After His Trip to
Church-H. Dutill Pastor.,
: Hunt Hears In the South.
'II I Dr. Andrew Sledd ot Gainesville,
t Washington, Oct. 23.PresIdentj.
+. president of the State University will
I Roosevelt reached the White House
F preach at the Methodist church at
:I from his Southern trip this afternoon '
both hours'tomorrow, and all citizens
: His special train came in over I
t I of our city are invited to hear this
: the Southern Railway at 4 o'clock on
+ eminent scholar and preacher.
LIVE OAK II:t i schedule. The trip from Lynchburg. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. J. II

:1+1 j here the last speech was delivered. Wood, superintendent
.|:| was without incident the President
+ +i 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by Dr.
: 'spending' the time reading and conversing -
i!,t with friends. Sledd.
2:30 m.-Junior League.
:: The President took no pains tot
3:30 m.-Senior Epworth
:+ conceal his delight at getting home
:* and was markedly cordial in his League.
: 7:00 p. m.-Preaching by Dr
II 4 greeting to those who had gathered
PUBLISHING Andrew Sledd.
:: In the train shed to meet him.
Monday, 7:30 p. m., the monthly
:i With the greetings over, and a lit-
I meeting of the Board of Stewards.The .
: tie cheer from the few who had 10-

_.-- -- fi :J Gated the White House carriage at
: Baptist {Church{. A. Ridley,
.::1 J: i the rear end of the train shed the Pastor.
+ I President stepped into the vehicle
::tanJ!! was driven at once to the White Two special features of the Sunday
:i' hoae.j school service in the morning will b*

:t I The President expressed himself a children's cnorus. and a paper on

II:f I as thoroughly pleased with his trip. some phase of the lesson by Miss
COMPANY.S Zelia Gresham. Let the school be

:+ I DKCKIIASK: I'KXSIOXEKS. present In full force.
i I The pastor will,speak at 11 o'clockon
: >:t| Greatest In Past Year In the History "Salvation and Service.. The pastor's -

; :' + ,! of the Burrau.fi assistant will be here on October

1:1: i Washington Oct. 23.-The decrease I 31st, and will begin work the first
; .>: of 13,600 in the number of of November. She comes highly recommended -
:* '! pensioners on the rolls at the end of i as a Sunday school and
-rIll"I ::'!TI 1'1 :;::" :';': I : 'II''I: : I ..NNNN N.. N..,.N, II. N. .-=-N. .N.N.N:: .;. :>:* the fiscal year 1907. as compared Bible woman.

:_ t.. :? with the year previous, is the feature I At 7:00 o'clock Evangelist Sam J,

t: :t: of tte annual report of Pension I White will fill the pulpit. Mr. White
Book News and Commercial I IPRINTERSP Ii
: Commissioner Warner '
tf t just issued. 'Is a man of striking personality,
,' f This is the greatest ,decrease in the splendid address, and teal eloquent
: .j: history of the pension bureau. The !1! You will enjoy bearing him. The

Ij Ijil ;::t'tmal of pensioners June 30, 1907, ':song service will begin promptly at
I : ': wus H67.371 and the total value of j I seven, and the services will last little -
> ? i U.e pension roll at that date was ) more than an hoar.

:1 i $140, 50SSO. This is greater by Every body we.come. .
: i :;; :;:: I 1'1'1' ; : :; ;i II ; ,; .....N.....::- ::; q I I : I IUIII::: i' i:: ; $1.613.131 than the roll for the yearlil

:: ;: Prevlous-<* it is accounted for by Second Atftent Christian Church.
the higher rates of pensions provide I I
e tlj: Regular services at 11 a. m., and
:t for by the act of February, 1907,
.. under : 7 p. m. Preach Ing by pastor. The
: which act there has been en-
ij: rolled June 30 of the present year morning theme will be "Our HomeWork
: 116.239 ." At night Eld. J. T. Butler
pensioners. The total
+ number -
N O'b'is too 1 large and none too small 1 for i1:t of pensioners on the roll on account will give a report of his trip and
work In Boston.
: of the war with Spain was
j Sunday school at ) a. m.
us to handle, and everything in the i 44,077. Young Peoples' meeting Sunday
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Printing Line comes easily within our limit. tl: :t I Fr.'mIr.: 11 winning.FenhoIIoway. evening at 4 o'clocn. -
: t' Every body cordially invited to attend -
i + Fla., Oct. 21, 1907. these services.
+1 Editor Democrat:-You can say I
: i that President l Roosevelt and exPresident -

stock of Bond Linen and Rag Papers II: fi Cleveland have been Invit- Episcopal Church.
ed to visit Fenholloway Sulphur Services at the Episcopal church

one of the largest carried in Florida land :: :t Springs on Florida Railway. Teddle tomorrow at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.
: + will! kill a bear, and with the native Sunday school at 10 a. m.

: i pilot, there wil be no trouble to find All are cordially Invited to attend.
with well modern
equipped Printing : .
a I
I i the animal. there are thousands of Bishop Weed will visit St. Luke'j,
:J3.: ducks ex-President Cleveland will I church, Live Oak, Sunday. November
Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we ii: | doubtless enjoy this part of the sport. I 10th, and will preach at 11 a. m., and

| || The nw hotel at Live Oak, the 7:30 p. m.
can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as :* + '. metropolis of Middle Florida, will
'to, !t i doubtless be ready and the distlngvj -

and prompt as any establishment in the tJ i ni'-h visitors wIll have an opportunity The Methodist Choir. i i'

: T: j 110 tee: and w unefcu the rapid improvement Under the direction of Mrs. J. C. ,

South. A trial will convince. Samples and 11: ..j I : that are going on in one oft Baisden, the choir at the Methodist

,: (tilt' bent towns of its sce in the Stat church is doing some splendid work I II

Estimates Furnished on Application.We i1.T:t' Lt t's brush up and clean up they I and is preparing to do still better.

+ : a :..:1' come. The work on the Co- They have Just ordered from Theo. I

. +4J+ i. I lanche is v..ng carried on as rapid- Preeeer of Philadelphia a lot of
. +J; Y Ty as possible. Arrangements wi'.lM : I splendid music consisting of quar- k

; made for the cowboys of Taylan,1 ,,:- i tetts, duetts solos, etc., which when
+:: + !: I-afajette to pay their respects received, will be a great treat to the

.. t:. J'to i' the two great leaders. congregation.:
I I I ..esptorlfuHy, : Several young ladies have recently
IIII I I 11111' Ili..l liilllill ;:::1'd: :Ii' ::::::;i ::: :; :mtnt.r ...--.u. t: +
l lit 1 i i .\. 1>. HEMMING, !become members of this choir, whO i
t I General faaaPl"r.tl ; have excellent voices and are proving r

Make a Specialty of Mail I i : i to be valuable additions.

pt { THIS \\OKTII \VIMi.: Mrs Humphreys delighted the congregation
I last Sunday morning with J
: Put It In Some Safe Place For It .MayC"nie her charming voice by singing the !
:- Order Business -:- I I I1I 1 I i In Handy. I beautiful solo "Calvary." Miss Ada I

i Ir : Here is a simple bO"D -maje mix- Mae Roberson, who bas for the past

; 1'I :IIlnpl! 'In I ''I I ''III I I II ': 1111 II; I I II I I I I I Il i : ii l +' fire as given by an eminent authority i( three years sung so well for u*, I
+ on Kidney diseases, who makes the deserves special mention. It has been :

13'ry i +:4! s at.-ment that it will relieve if taken I j raid by some that she is the equal of !

+: fore the stage of Bright's dieeas. j jHe any singer who has ever visited our "
, t: states that such symptoms a* city.
...: : lame back pain in the side, frequent Miss Rie Porter, of the Episcopal
., .t: d bire to urinate, especially at night: ",church who sang no sweetly. "Faceto
t painful and discolored: urination. are Fare," was much appreciated by
LIVE OAK : :): I; readily overcome. Here hi the recipe: I the audience. This young lady has a

try it: I i wonderful charm about her voice that
\a I:i I 'Flu'd Extract Dandelion onehalfounce. i few possess. She aas consented t>>

00 : Compound Kargon. one I I sins occasional, as has also Mrs. V !

PUBLISHINGCOMPANY i: i:; ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla I I i I O. Henry.
ii: i three ounces. Take a teaspooafkl !I With these talented voices we hav
a"--i' each meal and at bedtime. reason to believe we will have one of
1.)1\ : \ til-known local druggist is au-I I I the best choirs in the State. Live I

: : 'l 1'1' v that these ingredients are alrarnil : Oak has more musical talent among
I: ,I "'$!! and easily mixed at home I I her young people than most places I

: I i-:. shaking W..IlID a bottle. This mlx- have and they should appreciate he
i lure has a peculiar healing and sooth- fact, and ass their talent for the

11 mg effect upon the entire Kidney'and good that tuey can do, and' the pleasure -

'!* I {'riDar structure, and often overt they can give.VeUmd. J
H\\ mme the worst forms of Rheumatism
t :n ,MIS- a little while. This mixture is It.
LIVE OAK FLORIDA t I ?a J fo remove" all blood disorders "But," said Henpvk friend "if '

e '.* and
T I j'!'e Kidne" >s to filter and strain frouii why don't you get a divorce from
i rhe MooJ and system all uric acid hf'rn
tstf + 't I and foul decomposed waste matter 1 "I did mention It," replied Henpeck -

;:t :, wl ;i I'!! cause these afflictions Try Li "but she said 'No.: and, ofo
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-NOT SOOX, RUT ..ILREAIYLet ."-I I ers, and If my own brother had been !! $-$--$-$- -$-$-3--$-$- $-4-1----$
us turn for a moment front a deserter I should say 'kick bin I -

F candidates and politics to Umber, for out."
I Published every Afternoon the devastation of the ax-man Is The Pensacola Journal says that
Except Sunday. ::1 Confidence -
working more ruin to this country Mr. Robinson's speech was received ::1f

than any of the evils which the can- with immense enthusiasm by his

didates declaim against or the pol- comrades, and no wonder. Think of Il
CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and l1'cr. Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for .l
tics can possibly correct. We call a deserter asking the taxpayers of 11
Il the ardor with which we are pushing
ourselves a mighty smart people and Florida to pay him a pension for
Entered at tb, Po.toEce. Lire Oak L
think we lead the world, and yet wa deserting his comrades and bi3
Florida.. November, as Second 7. 1905.Class Mall Matter have noHetter sense than to deforest cause! The First National Bankf

the land from ocean to ocean and I! j
i Let all the nation rise! ,.and give tffi
from the lakes to the gulf with the II I-
thank: to Attorney General Young, :
THE tilE OAK PUBLISHING( COMPANY. stupid Improvidence of the gluttonous of iiiuaesou for he has taken a I Every safeguard thrown around National Banks.

animal which devours in a day short cut across lots to the Supreme I T They are frequently inspected of the Controller :

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be than which was intended for a Court of tlie: United States to get a de- 5r of Currency, and are cared on to make

mailed to any part of the United month. Collier's Weekly sounds the cision of that tribunal on the great ,j l statements to him five times each year hence I <
States pastage prepaid for $3.00 alarm on this subject as follows: sworn .
per ;ear; $2.30 for six months; Not soon, but already: a timber par .DouDt issue of whether or not a i!11 they are under the direct supervision of the Nation..
Feral: court Las tLe right to enjoina
11.25 for three racaths, or 50 cents famine is here; and worse, and stead- tate from enforcing its own laws. I al Government, and its the staongest on earth 1
for five weeks, In advance. Delivered ily worse, faces us as each year
to any part of the city by passes. Americans use more wood That Issue c :r.e up in the Federal i i Safest Banking, 1
carrier for 10 cents per week. court Minnesota the other day
per capita than any other people oa i Best Methods, l'i
____ __ _____ just as it has in several Southern
n the
earth. They use more per capita i Up-to-date Service
:States, and for his rebellious attitudein for r
Governor Broward has gone to St. each year than they used the year be I Liberal Treatment.
the case tbe court fined Attorney *
Louis, where he speaks today before fore. By destruction of our forests
General for 1 Conservative Methods. I
the Commercial club of that city on streams have deteriorated droughtsand Young $100 contempt,

the growing issue of the improvementof floods increased, the climate which he refused to pay. That put I 1 the National Banks. They have prost
his person in tbe custody of the I Always use >

j Mississippi inland waterways river. especially the rendered the soil lessened.more extreme According, the value to the of United States marshal, and he will 'I- pered in greater numbers than all other banking inj(

apply to the Supreme Court in Washington T stitutions. "
best figures thus far to be had the jr .
Another Confederate veteran ot the present rate of cutting with the present .i City for a writ of habeas I ; Watch us grow, our profits are now as large as l'

good old kind was honored in the rate of growth. would abolishour 'corpus. That will bring the great our capital was at our beginning.

election of General W. L. Wittich. of forests utterly by about the year issue squarely before the court and I IIf

I' Pensacola, to succeed General 1930. Cutting must be regulated. I' secure a decision of the most important I

Jewell commander of the Florida legal question of recent times. FIRST NATIONAL BANK
as Growth must be increased. The National i
I i Division of Confederate Veterans. Government and the few active Texas Is a great state but the ::

f 1 States should have enthusiastic sup- lloustoo Post is greater. Successful I ,

i George Harvey tells us In the port in every effort to hurry forward journalism is a Johnson family fail- Live Oak, Florida.VISIT "

{ North American Review that worry this the most: pressing: step In the ing. President Johnson of the Houston l ;

f may be subjected to simple mental preservation of our resources. The I Post, is a brother of Editor Johnson --o! -" -S-S-s-: : ---S -ti--S--s.--t-t
I treatment and overcome. But why iron question can wait. Even the of the Apalachicola Times, than
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didn't be tell us what that simple coal question can wait. The forest whom there is no abler editor in all -

mental treatment was? It would bed ,situation must be met. Nor should Florida Times-Union. THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE:: RESORTDOWLINO

bon to mankind worth more than I the forward movement flag until our A deserved tribute to a pair of fine

I all the gold in all the mines. forests are sufficient to feed our newspaper men. The writer once

streams and regulate our climate; heard the late W. C. Brann, of PARK

Atlanta has 400 babies dear otherwise we shall be foolish for ourselves Texas. Iconoclast fame say that H.

beautiful little cherubs, collected in and but unworthy ancestors
-. to M. Johnson of the Houston Pont.I "WAT C3MN: CPOIH; THE SUWANWEE RIVER
one building today in a mammoth those who must meet the problemsof was y'e ablest newspaper man la

baby show, to compete for prizes to existence when we of 1907 are buta Texas This was praise worth something Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages

I be awarded by an unfortunate com- memory of the past." for Bryan was an expert and
'I f mittee appointed for the purpo .. hedidn't like Johnson. Tbe latter HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOO BEDS. RUNN1NQ

1'\\ God bless those precious babies and We welcome the stalwart aid of had mortally offended him by blue WATER IN EVERY ROOM. DILktARD TABLES.! TELEGRAPH AND
Heaven help that the Tampa Times in our effort to feel PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL: EQUIPPED STA3LES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.ETC *
i unhappy committee penciling: of too
i stuff he bad
;' up reform and evolute the Florida written for the Post when he was on __ _____REASONABLE_ ___ ___ AQULf. CO""ECTWN! AT LIVE OAH WITH Alt TRJ' ;
razorback hog into an improved type the staff! of that paper.

I The noble intellectual development that will look better, taste better ADDRESS PflRK HOT Eb. DOWUNG PflRK. FLORIDfl LIVE OAK'
I I of our college boys for which their weigh more and bring more money in Governor Broward has been criticized ,

papas are paying such stiff sums, will the open market. The Times says: by some on the "wet" side ol --- -- --- -- -- ---- V

l again be demonstrated on the football "We desire to second the Live Oak the argument because be publicly referred -
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"( fields today at many of the various Democrat in its war on the razor- to the suicide of bs mother

:I institutions of higher learning. back hog. The only good quality of caused by his father's intemperate

"Higher learning" is good. The the brute is that it has the capacityof habits to emphasize his oppositionto 1907 THE J907 III

I ambulances and surgeons will be on being convinced by having the female the liquor traffic. The Brooka-

' hand and it is hoped that the list of of its family bred to something ville Argus warmly defends his coursein + Crescent Pharmacy

[ r killed and wounded will show a better. When 'properly fed,' if thatis this respect and says: + -,

: gratifying decrease. "And we are all possible Its meat is neither so 'Dragging out to view the whiskey- ;
: II mighty fine peope." as old Mr. good nor so cheap as that of auy made skeletons from the closets of I OAK, FLORIDA.

I Heath says in "Alice-for-Short." other strain of swine. The sole commendation heart-broken families is not an act

I f fF of the razor back to well pleasing to the hypocritical advocates I+ The Prescription Drug Store.

F That pompous stall-fed old church- mercy is that it is here and that it of 'i ersoQal liberty: knownas +

man, Bishop Potter doubtless has all may serve as a vehicle for the introduction the saloon element or their friends. : !
the externals of a gentleman, but of something better." However the cause of good government f -- 0 ,,. .:.-.:--. '" '

when he went to Richmond and violated and the peace and prosperityof : _,_ i
c the traditions customs and proprieties Lieutenant Governor Chanter< of tbe people demand that the:.e

of tuat city by inviting a negro New York, who has been vigorously skeletons be taken from their.closets I It makes no difference It makes nodif-

; to his table to dine, while he himself coached of late as a Democratic and exposed, tbat the extent of the + \\litoeMankyoiirdof = ) stho-e T,
I ferrnce :
i was the guest of the white peopleof candidate for President is in At- damage done by the 'skeleton-in-thv I .J l 1 blank'onrdoc..

the city-and did this ostentatiously lanta, or was yesterday, to make a closet-making' saloons may be known. .t tor\\rites! your i 'v "fl"
.. tor yourpnwription
to manifest speech in which it was hoped that h.- I :t i ieriinlillthem --
his contempt for a Yet. with all the exposures that can ( reMTiptionon I onwe
fundamental Southern customheI I would touch on the question of hU be induced there will remain in j t \\ @: J ') fill themcormtlv.
,, ran
gave convincing proof that he is nut I candidacy and hold up for inspection j -ecret. never to be made known until |1,2, corrc"t .tlo. I (1/ .t t a- "'.'. .
few ( \
a planks in "
a gentleman at heart, nor even i>i platform. But the day of judgment comes, millions I + : I : ,'p'rl/ I I
I he i ---- : I
breeding.The minimized politics and con- upon millions of -1\dt>tons the saloons i '
j I tined his remarks to prosperity of I: avc male in all the walks of life." i ijv i ;i? B
'Lich i I If It
Waycross Herald says that I I' a he thought the country was '{ :+ .
John Temple Graves has been his own !, full. Can Mr. Chanter seriously ( DISCRIMINATE.in i ::
i i pest a nomination for President OX-I ZF '; 1ti here You Get Your
man. and then wants to know if be :: Prescriptions Correctly Filled at
will be Mr. Hearst's man in Ned i;a mere prosperity platform with no. I Reasonable Prices.
York. j a calamity plank in it? That would! I *
Undoubtedly he will; that Y0IJARE : L."VJ3.1S'P':. l> drug ..
I be to concede !! l' f-mni'jlyour store artides. We earn a .mt.>
everything to the reiwbk .
what opposition Bru'll ,.. ,
that ,
115,000 per annum means 'u M. We 101 vi'"
j i may! at lmrest prtoe& Phone tuyuur orwr. Prompt I .. ..
and and give his party completely j an reliable atvsnti.No
that is the
reason the
suspect I away. We fear that Mr. Cnaolor | '' 1 VPER f ttont: 2.20f
arrangement won't last. John >
I: !s not available-be thinks we are.too | .
Temple is suave and genial to "I!' prosperous.One |f The Crescent Pharmacy
marked degree but his genius will I ,

droop in an atmosphere of compulsion of the speakers at the P aoa- t LIVE )AK. FLORIDA

and he must fling the bannersof cola reunion of Confederate veterans [ un ;

hs! radiant rhetoric to the bream I was S. M. Robiaaofi. of Camp MacMilton ; P. S. Use klcher's 6 for Chills i and i ewer. No Cure No Par I

as his inspiration moves him and and he was a plain speaker !
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without dictation. too as witness the fulk*iog IB his the telect t.11 of y.,ur personal effects ++illli.+.. n iKV JHVHHHPARTY -
I speech on the pension question: whether apparel or jewelry you will i I

These big captains of finance art "\V hat is uppermost to the minds Appreciate the VLTKA Exiu-snrDiESS of '

serviceable, after all. In other ways I of Florida tt raol is to purge the i ,

as well as targets for the arrows of ;j pension roll in such a manner that '*. THE I : TICKETS!

:: the envious. J. Pierpont Morgan and may rather be a roil of honor whicH I

: others like him, saved the situation will prove a source of pride to every HOWARD
j In New York this week when banks Southerner I have fallen in thrbattte ".' ++ :U..e Oak to Dow fin g Pad on sale daily +..

were trembling and panic signs were *. am here yet: and it is such WATCH I I ..n\4.'\ at rate of 50 cents round trip .v th '

thick. And old John D. got in his men a* myself and some of the re.-t I II I ..= Minimum of ten fares. Call
( on
work too, to show us that even the :j who fought such things that the pension 1 'II'I'U ta.dg..nt Phone 11111
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I rolls of Florida Let +1 I I I .
are being i
: purge us present the +
U01SU33O: UO lUdOAdUdqdqUT SIUlOlJO newest +i"II+.a+++4_. further information. J II ....
In tie economy of human affairs the :: today. I. for one have a mark right models for ++: : II .
your inspection
few must be rich and the many poor. berg on my forehead which if I remember j I -- ---- ---- -------
i We all'l other makes -- -- --
and doubtless it will be always be so. right came along my way iu j carry ,
despite thee dreams,>l socialism; *o the Battle of Chlcamanea. The bUl- also Cur Repair Department : !tH' s-S-sf t-ri rr:-roHHtH+n-'N"'>>"ilrsrsr 'yy''s's"1s-3' a

I'.. let us be thankful that when the let glanced off and killed a male, its is complete. Call and see us. \.\ 12 SELL NOTHING!< CXCPT !

; crisis comes and the human herd i* true; .but I'm in Peosacola todv:: 1 1RADFORDi| Health and Accident Insurance.
in spite of it all. Down in i
about to stampede. there arestrong our camp I
arms. even the arms of Midas, that when a man applies! for a pension, we j a Annual. ST;i-Annual. Quarterly or Monthly Premiums.

will be lifted to stay the storm and find out aU there is to know about | t! PinS & McEWEN, General Agents, LIVE OAK, f LA.

avert tae Impend'ng destruction.Our rimWe have already kicked out i i The Jeweler ? P. S.W a need a few more pood Agents in North Florida. ** Z 1

their fifteen whom we found wore deser.-! WE
plutocrats have uses. ; OAK. flA! .
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I F-- .\ Birthday Party. :: :- ::
: A joyous occasion was the birthday tt

party given by little Miss Ruth Harvard | HAVE YOUNOTICED -

News of Live Oak and Su Locals And Personalswannee to some of her friends and I THE

schoolmates n the evening of October -
County Gathered I' 25th. SANITOLI

by the Reporter. I, THEY COME AND THEY GO. bringing One after their another pretty gifts they and arrived good, I AND OFFER IN THE | _

I wishes and then the merry games a UNDID' I lOriC: JOURNALWOMAN'S

L JI commenved, and only ceased whenI
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.ey were summoned to the dining

W: A. McCook Is here today from J. M. mown a/Wsperous farmerof I room, which was all dressed in pink e SATURDAY EVENING POST

'suict0.! 2. the A ocky $lnit nelghborhod,
i here today trading.If i spread before them! Dainty cakes of

t 4. J. Bass, of Rossburg is In town jail I kinds, ice cream, fruits and in I II MOL PRODUCTS $1.00.!
trading today. you like real eloquence hear the center of the table the beautiful

Rev. Sam J. White at the Baptist We offer at a bargain birthday cake in its white

II Jl, Lamb is here today from ibe church Sunday night.II. six room cottage with I ing dress. With so laceylookI'I'' Fill in one of the coupons from

.".:'ucky Sink neighborhood. them, the little guests agreed that it j above Journals with our name as |
B. Macado and West- modern conveniences Druggist, mail it to the SAMTOL :
--- Charley on I must not be cut but given to Ruth. I :

WANTED-A good cook. Mrs. J. moreland have gone to Peacock laketo south Ohio avenue. Most So there it was left as a memento of LABORATORY with One Dollar. \
They will send you an order on j
B. Barton. spend the day fishing. desirable residence sectionof their love for her. The feast ore\ us for the ten products. (Retail

I all gathered in the parlor to hear who I value $2.70.)

W. M. BUtch of Santa Fe, is registered I Don't forget the tent meeting to- the city. If you are received the prizes for the best guessing
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at the Ethel today. 1 day. The subject of the evening serI I I contemplating purchasinga in one of the games:

vice wi.. be ''''"0,1 and Reward." The girl's prize, a beautiful bottleof
I among home in Live Oak come 'I Suwannee
S. J. Brown the out-of- j cologne, was awarded to Elise

)rtfn visitors here today. Miss Annie Hemming came in this up to our office and let I Hale. The boy's prize, a handsome II |

i i morning from her school at Fenhol- show this necktie, to Howard Dutill. Little ; iii
us you place.EDWARDSREALTY I
.l Shep Hagen, of Pine Grove, is l'& J Ji loway to spend Sunday with home II'' Susie Lyle the booby-some prettr i I II Drug Company

i twTtoday, trading.J. folks. I little gift I did not see. It being late, ,
I all thanked the little maid for their j

)I, Helton, of tiger Lake, b' We noticed this morning tl: l CO. I happy evening, and bade her good i .:::: : ':I III I :::;:':;1:;' diUI I I;:; : a

'here today on business. f I Marshal Haddock is having some night. That she may have many returns -:,
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j i street work done in the West End of I of this happy day. is the wish of '

C. A.'John'son Is here today, looking j,I the city. I her friend, the writer. i j

3 after dtifclness affairs.Mr. I Lewin Building, Room 3. I fl BOOK [W CO.

Mrs. Bussoy and Miss Willie Mae Phone No. il. There will be no services at the

Cook reports six squirrels anda Thurjnan will arrive In the morning tent tomorrow morning as the congregation I .

few birds killed yesterday. I from Allee, Ga., where they have been ---- and evangelist will worshipat
I visiting relatives. the Baptist church. Mr. White will
Eliza Furgerson, of Houston, spea kat the tent at 3 o'clock in the ,

r.n the city today, shopping. LUST-A little brown bird dog afternoon. 4Rev.
THE BON Bibles
four months old strayed from horn TON, ,
f S D. M kVirner is here today fromrOCkY Reward for his recovery. Horace I Curtis Grubb, rector of the

Sink community. Blount, this office. New line Voil skirts. Episcopal church In this city, re- School Books
New line latest
---- shaped corsets. turoed Thursday night ace mpanid

J. VLJS&ey and wife, of UossLur? Mrs. C. T. Ansley, who has been New line silk, lace, dress trimmings in by h1a wife from ltiehmond 'a where

I. Tntte city today, shopping. I visiting her parents here for some braid, lace vamis, appHque, dress he ttad'O attend the Areat convention 1 Picture

--- time, left this morning for her homein goods. of t e/Epicopay church ->f I ,
Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets.
lirooksville. America. Jtf Jfi j _W T- >-xlelight-
Jessie Hurst, of Padlock, was ;

-seen on our streets this morning.J. I MRS. C. W. CACHE, Prop. ful and instructiverrWK-heard* the Picture Frames
A. D. Hemming, our genial tax assessor I Bishop of London and f other great

E. Mercer of Rocky Sink, Is a came up from Fenholloway I men of his church/ t'nf down to the Made to Order

today and reports the Fenholloway Place in Virginia/where the church
taslneas visitor in the city today.
f I Evangelist: Sam J. White will
spring in fine condition. was founded oji this continent, an"
i reach at the Baptist church tomorrow -

J. Hurst and wife, of Rossburg, 1 night. .lr. White is a very eloquent afterwards Washington.. He re-I

.1I ire here this morning, chopping. H. B. Brown, .a substantial Su man and you will greatly enjoy turns looking in fine health and I Wall Paper,
wannee county ciiizeh, called ay the dently bettered by his trip, as be I
him. i Cold Drinks
Democrat office thisAmonitng'anlmoved brings -home nearly twenty pounds : ,
\Y. D. Mercer, of Mercer Station, is
I qr asiness vis. or in the city today. up his suVgpfipttymyilate one Don't mi the Sunday school more flesh than he left here with. We I Cigars and Candies

year. are glad to have the good; rector ,
./ specials at the Baptist church in the
back with us again, looking so well.
J. R. cowers returned to Madison morning. Miss ZeUa Gr@obbam's I I

Ic'r- yesterday, after a week spent in the Mr. W. R. Letcher and wife who will be worthy your attention paper I II II I IRA. BOOH& fW8 CO.

came in a day or two ago are stopping j
and then that child's chorus will Interest BETTER THAN SPANKING. ,
at the Ohio house. Mr. Letcher
you. Come on time. Spanking does not children ot
cure I
: he is here
to and th'1tbls
says now stay
A. C. Johnson and son from Pine I
bed-wetting. There is a constitutional j
partner in the new hotel, Mr.
One, are In the city today, trad- Tonight Willard's Comedians will I
for this trouble.
I cause M. i ManastrV
Pierson will be here in a few daysto f COOK
tag. stay also. They will then be in bring their !\uee *ful engagement to Summers Box W. South Bend, Ind., .. and Owner
--- a clone with a presentation of the will send free to any mother her successful -
position to give their constant personal I
Miss Aleen Byrd returned this farce comedy, "lie CouWn'tIarry
i home treatment with full in-I j
.. attention to the finishing UII
;morning from visit to her brother "
a Two. This is one of the funniest structions. Send "
I I no money, but writeher j A "Do Not Talk" 13
t la Atlanta. and furnishing of the building, which sign reading
plays e\er written. It abounds in today if children trouble j
t your you
will be hastened as rapidly as possible ] I the beet incentive irrythe world to a
lunny situations and amusing complication : in this way. Don't blame the child.
: until they ready to prolonged conversation.Love's .
are open
( 8. J. rney-DuvaI, of Rlxford, Isfftbe I, and is one great big laugh I the chances are it can't help it. Ths:
for the public which will be not later
business visitors in the from the start Unlit the
fall of the
f treatment also cures adults and aged
eternal lies bound like
than December 1st. Much remainsto more
ilj today. last curtain. There will be a complete I people troubled with urine difficult *
I truth with each fair %
be done, but these gentlemen are repetition.
I change of the specialties at tonight's I by day or night.
determined to thoroughly complete
Tom so i
flees, of Mayo, passed through
*i: I the work as to make the Suwannee performance, and will Midi -I iI I It is better to be knocked and re-
TesMrday on his way to the camp
,, meetly;. ( Hotel one of the best, if not the best do new nti ; :; puturr and iI- \, Ul. l j tlO1"IYA.-n 1\! membered than escape criticism .i'Jc1

u:' \ in this section of the blate. 'nalrt.f.d -oils'; 'Q the 'ulb1 Heals In- ': be forgotten.

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S Albritton, a substantial Su-
!!mn 1 11 I': :::1:::" : I ; : II::: :::" 1 II' : ,
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ee county citizen, is on our It 'I': q 'I:; 1 I q !!:;: ii' '''''' t pp : : ::! :

streets today. I BETTER GOODS FOR SAVE !MONEY.: Enl porium Store NeWS.. SAME 6300S FOR LESS MOKLY.S .

Daniel L. Norton and two daugh-
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Pine Grove, are here today,
Bopping. S VTUKDAY, OCTOBER 2*. 1907. L.. IftttVHRD, Pr\'IIfI i ; <>r. l'JiI Eli'J. FREE DELIVERY t

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SEWING sriis.Special no.T COKMKTS. have a fall line to salt all figures; D.TH.SHOES.: .

s.u: er. used only about three weeks: H "one-of-a-kind" models in Furnish the correct foundation for I at popular price. ; -,-
a tailor-made suits. $n.50 to $%5.8'. If 1011 are looking tar eowfer. Everywhere "Ultra" shoes ar-'
& jiln; must sell. R. W. Price'sdoct216t f! tht Hihv. attainment of the dresb-
.. q They are made of finest bromd- mahc'r:' art. The high bust smart I i, wear the Royal Worcester "Aiu noted for their smart style. Burs

clothes. worsteds, cheviots and fancy ,io" corsets made etcluMvelymixtures '
for -,,-- that is not all. The new "Ultra'styles
lined with satin. i ,
!l. J. Gaines and wife left last I a I I Can ke adjusted ia the "Twink- t i are the best soons' worth
L IIC :: The tailoring and trimmings are !
>rt for their home in Madison aft?rIIQdlng if of th" wry finest as found oaly ia i ling of an eye" to make larger or j jsaamller. of shoes we have ever seen a*

a Creek here. .. the highest priced salts. I I I their priees. We only ask you

1ttle x Don't fail to visit our twit department Same as advertised in all the | to see them. For to see them ito ->
_ Miss Elizabeth Humphreys, 41 leading magaxines Price ."91
la if you are the least bit interest Ig .
Bt Btord Is I : want a pair. Many smart, nf.w
the guest of Miss free. : .,.,.
ed. Perfect alterations s
|H* Harvard this week. :;tyl I'* now on sale.
suits, ;) -
Sample line of silk jumper I
i I alike JS.S' to $12.93. 'i rtILK UM>Hi; :>KlIITS.; Quality style and fomfort ar.-
R, no two / '
TWO is-foot I .
rowboats I --- all found in the I'l'! d" <
1t a1 tso :: :i
I ,
ttpL Both in good con- I': ; r Will yo need a Mack silk Popular prices $-' :;'II ;0 S' ruMLK kr

Apply to J. J. Kinsman's $\k ; sl / I petticoat this aeaso If so, see -
thtth shop. dl'-wl :: ;: I
want we are selling at $4 SO Q
rii ;
I ( I ,I
.. ) \ \ !\ regular !..e. values.
.. k Kate Uddon :_: ,''l, '._ t;,., \ 2 'I G ..
returned this .
%i.5! a to g ..I. '.0 \ tl Black nercaline and Heather- b ii
her -, -
home Wellborn, .. I .
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;m. i short visit with Miss Verdie :: 1', ;"') i I bloom skJfts, $I.n to $=..30.N #- 11 :iii

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-- /. \ THRKAIi.Did J f / B
'J4ederick t- r : /
leaves this afternojn B
S .;t ( 1 have trouble A- /
yon ever
wnvtile. where he will fill the :: q J\ any "':
i 11 the SpringSeld church to4 :ij: ::/: ,. : : i(I',ad J aist.. and flat abdomen elect, to ** silk tlrread fast the right& : (' ;. i1 I ;

. I; E t'f i : rat Doodled in these garments, are the i, shade! Of course you have \\'.. V.Jlf?' lflI

ij It .y4,1? '" I correct portrayal of the latest figure ; can nw>y amy color. in areiuir.tn ;" ;. ..." ii
lira i. ::
Carroll returned to- I : \ >nts.V
I fi shades and by the dozen l' foa is
.- South Carolina, where flay :: ? \ I etc s,>cured rf 1 e agenc fo- _. :: '

..t visiting for the past three I a.. +y h' Uo> al Won-prtpr: rorsean like l./ ::::
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J; A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by
i cued today may save YOU a wk spell tomorrow.

The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy i
College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for I ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs. I. .
all graduates. W. A. WhitewetL. Emory. Te*.. t
writes: "My child had chills and /ere '
for four years. We tried, all kinds of
SCHOLARSHIPS medicines and finally aa acquaintance of g 3
nine recommended Herbine. We used .i
three bottles, and the child is now coin i
$40 $50 $75 and $90 pletely cured. You hare my permissionto
publish: this testimonial, as I cheer-
fnllv recommend Herbine to all mothers #
hiving children afflicted as mine." i

i it Ullil SOnL!. SOc GET THE CLUUIt!
vrnrri: run HIKE CATALOGUE> SI'>:l'I.\I. ciucrLAns.

1 ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

StfRA0M0| L|_
Corner Ohio Avenue and Coni.er Street i SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

I President L. 31.and iiATTO.v.Proprietor. LIVE OAK, FLA (:. s.Principal.STEPHENS i Suwannee Drug Company.Now .


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'What was your impression of Live Oak MTg. Co.

Europe!" Jamestown
"Well," answered Mr. Cumrox. Exposition,

"Judging from what mother and the Manufacturers of

girls say, there doesn't seem to be !

much to the place except art and ; Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.The .
matrimony. It depends for revenue I ,
almost entirely on pictures and

grees."Washington Star. pedi-I Power and Turpentine.Electric War Path
Air Naval
:&: Ship, :=: Disphj ;

Notice to Our Customer I Lights in any part of the city furnished for t.

We are pleased to announce that Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. will interest and instruct you. Do not

Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs I Electric Iowpr-Day and night current-for manufacturing fail to go at once. For beautifully illus-

colds and lung troubles is not affect- trated folder containing maps, discrip-
the National Pure Food and purposes.
ed by
,Drug law as it contains no opiates or Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to _

other harmful drugs and we recom- cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
mend it as a safe remedy for child- FRANK C. BOYLSTON
ren and adults. City Pharmacy We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and ,

oct-dw flooring. Come and get our prices.An .
District Pass Fla.
_._ Agent, Jacksonville,
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Taking Dig Chances.
Accepted Fact. I A woman isn't half as much afraidof
"People used to say good morrow."
Mrs. Bunk-Men act so silly when a cow when she is alone as when
"What of it!
they are making love. When my there is a man around to protect her.A ATLANTIC COAST LINE
"The weather must have been more
husband proposed to me he made a ,
reliable in those days."-Pittsburg
Post perfect fool of himself. ( Criminal AttackOn
Her Dear Friend-Yes, that's
an inoffensive citizen is fre- THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.
;what everybody said at the time.-
: Hi Dear Old Mother. 'Cleveland Leader. quently made in that apparently use-

"My dear old mother who is now i I II less little tube called the "appendix." iiniiiii! iiiiMtgaaiauxa!!! !! !; !!!'! i H in inrn

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I constipation, following liver torpor.Dr. .
Electric Bitters writes W. B. Brun-
forget-Baby U restless, can't slep at
lon, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken I!night won't eat, eric's spasmodically. King's New; Life Pills regulatethe ;

them for about two years and enjoys. A bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge liver, prevent appendicitis and SEABOARDi.irline
establish regular habits of the bowels.
an excellent appetite, feels
strong and I never fails to cure. Every mother
J5c at Barclay & Groover drug
That's the
way Electric -I should give her baby White's Cream

i Bitters affect the aged, and the Vermifuge. So many times when store. oct-dw' Railway.

t same happy results follow la all cases the baby is pale and fretful, the
1 of female weakness and general de, mother does not know what to do. Consideriag how little it takes to
make a man happy there is no reason -
, bility. Weak, puny children too, are I A bottle of this medicine would bring for humanity being miserable. Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pines,

i greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed color to his cteeks and laughter to Raleigh, Richmond, Washirgton, Baltimore,

also for stomach liver and his eyes Give it a trial. Sold by NOTICE Philadelphia and New York.

kidney troubles: by Barclay & Groover Suwannee Drug Co. oct-dw' I have sold my drug business to -- --- .- ---
druggists BOc. ect-d".t Miss Myrtle Wade who will continue

It Hail Sun ioil.I the business as heretofore.I \ELEGflHT TRfllNS DRILY
Distinguishing."What. .I understand the house has jut
I assume all the liabilities and will:
." queried the young man. passed through a crisis"
I collect all accounts due the old Live
"is the difference between white lies "Yes,'it changed office boys."-St. Oak Drug Company. Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
and black "
lies? Louis Pott-Dispatch.
C I thank customers who have .
"White lies" answered the homegrown my -- ---- -- --.- .- --
philosopher "are the kind we DeWItt's Carbollied Witch hazel been so liberal with their patronageand

tell; black lies are the kind we hear." Pills. Sold by Live Oak Drug Company ask that they continue to patronage -, Modern : Pullman : Equipment. I

-London Opinion. oct-dw the business. W. II. BELL. .
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A Most Worthy Article. St'asouI"I1)'s Open. I It i* funny how often a woman'sthoestrlng I The Jamestown Exposition Line

'Just as I'm getting really' interested comes untied when she
When article has
an been on the
in some game the season knows she has a pretty ankle. :
market for years and gains friends NORFOLK, VA.
every year it is safe to call this medicine *" I Julius ;
Caesar Excursion
"You don't play poker do lou Tickets on S- le Daily
a worthy one. Such I* Ballard's Cleveland Leader '
was a man of nerve but sickness left -
Horehound Syrup. It positively -
its mark and he For full information
became aged before and Sleeper agent
cures coughs aid all Pulmonary No home is so pleasant, regard I of Seaboard. or write. reservations call on any
;his time. Sicknees is often caused
diseases. One of the best known less of the comforts that money will i I
by a torpid liver. Herbine will regu-I S. C. COYLSTON... Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville. f1a
merchants in Mobile, Ala., says: buy as when the entire family is in
:late your liTer and give you bea.1th.1| .
;, "For five years my family has not perfect health. A,bottle of Orino ... J
Mrs. Carrie Austin Hollon, Kansas !
f been troubled with the winter coughswe Laxative Fruit Syrup costs SO cents.It i i --- .- -- .
writes: "I consider Herblce the best ----- -
owe thia to Ballard's Horehound : will cure every member of the : I Have you anything to sell? Do you want to buy?

Syrup. I know it has saved my child- family of constipation sick head I medicine I ever heard of. I am never I Have you "lost"' or "found" anything?

Tea from many sick spells." Sold by ache or stomach trouble. City Pharmacy : without it" Sold by Suwannee Drug

Sawannee Drag Co. oct-dw oct-dw'* I/: Co. oct-dw.1 f An 'ad, in the Daily will meet lour demends.

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Une J roof fs J'n bheCo1l1par/on tongued Men have women.She reason Came A to.Back.certain dread nimble-clever Live Oak, Perry &: Ml R. R Co.

_ authoress was once asked by a writerof

the opposite sex who Is not remarkable -
for civility: 'Wouldn't you The Mineral Springs Route.REST .
,; like to be a man?" _-
.1 To this the lady readily replied: BOCND L\.ST Boeyyo

B4bia. "Wouldn't you?"-Tit-Bits. 254 Clot l 1113! CLAEs c'flEitllh: 1 113.31 CLASS I td Class

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and and Paw Pass Pass Pus Pass AUG. 18, 190 7 Paw Pass Paw .nd land
Xapoleon Bonaparte Pasai Fans _' Pan Pass

I showed, at the battle of MIA.MIA.M PiM P.MTP.M1
Auster1ltl'I A A.M P.M P.M A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M
he was the greatest Leader in the TATIiNIaiiy
, '0; II J I ex 'Sun Sun Sun D en Sun D ax D en Sun Sun Sun l Daily ex
( world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has Sunday only only only Sun only Sun on only only oali Sund4_

shown the public it is the best Liniment i Lee I Lve Lv. ire Lre Lee Lee Ar Ar 'Ar Ar Ar I Ar ArIl
if in the world. A quick cure for i 18 44 11 1 2 f S .live Oak .......... 10 1160 6 l 9 Q0j 426 6
g 11 n g5115 r 511 Starr_...... 11 l 1130 r.w 842 00 5
Kheumatism, Sprains, Burns Cuts, $101135 9 11 2 5 Mercer.... .... 1s 111126 S 5S 837 1 3 55 s :s6'S
s 1611 40' 9 11 2 5 Pratt. .... .. 9 11 6 5341350e
etc A C. Pitts. Uodessa La., says: 8811156 91 11 2 5 ..._I.ancaster... 9171122 $42 8 kit E 3S.

"I use Ballard's Snow Liniment in my 11 210 100 6 S i Dowling Park ... 94011 21' S 76 518315 6 E 00 40

I family and find it unexcelled for sore 9 0612. 9 it t 5 5 Et .. ... .-Chanm 9 5'7 2 1 58051306 31 i
9 H t: E6 9 Tl 411 6 543 ...Mayo Junction.. 9 Za W 2 61 $ O&300305e
t Particular people whose pride and name and chest, headache, corns, In fact for m 9 4 1 6 Day.. ......,.. m1147 615 25693s
; 9 47 4 so: slo 9 11 601 24I
I anything that can be reached by a 9 1 9 .4 4 6 .Townsend. .. .. 9 11 m 3 ii 2 i0
in product into their stationery have 14 to 1014 SmaS'
pride goes liniment. Sold a ; 8 1114 4 2 231
by Suwannee _
Drug 10 m 10 : Fenhofoway
; ; S 01 6 8 9 56 4 26 2 oT
Bond of for 11. 1143 5 17 7 .. _Ferrr .. A 18 91u 1. 150.
preferred Coupon irrespective price I Co. oct.dw.I 11361 11 y} 7 1 Hampton Springs. N 06 9 30 00 1 30I

over fifteen years. I MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.P.M .
I What Kept Her.

of but the old slow I How long were you ia your last: P.M P.M 'P.Pd'' P.M
; Not the cheapening hurry today care- I Lvel I Lvel I I Lv..1 Ar

ful methods that make for firmness and perminance arc i place?" asked the housekeeper."Jisht 12 az'-'' 1 10: I 5 .s' .... Mayo J.- .... 2 255
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still used in making f,1\) WifeI) ( *r f;:;) \\ fjflfn] r Its beau- the applicant.a month, ma'am." replied' 1- 12 1255 47,! 12' ., ., 5. .... ........I' Deli ls.eiw........ .... 1 ; P.t !23211st 40

tiful color and texture, its remarkable! toughness and Bracing y! "Indeed? What was the trouble" :-:-'g-:;;- --- -: : ::: :: ....:.:':::" .I -- -220I

make only distinctive but the de 1 I 1 15. It .1 511 ....... .A....... .... .. 1 2 15AM
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qualities a paper The trouble was ma'am, that I P.M.A.M P.M.P.M P.M P.M, A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M'P.M P. InDe
luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspondence. got sick an' couldn't rave no sooner." -
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Snn Sun Stln I D ex nn un Sun D ex D ex
Write your letters so that they will compel a read- Philadelphia Press. sun I: an Only Only Only... gun Ontyi ion On y Only Only Only un Sun

I ing-write them on Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any J 1 I 7 1" I 9 1\ 5 1.13 I 2 12 'I 14 6 16 4 8

Ip I
I :, case! of kidney trouble that U not beyond s It' lar stop. Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and

@ @lJ!! [P@ [NJ [ID@ (Q) I medical aid.{ City Phar- I 1 call Atlantic on any Coast ticket Line.agent For, further information as to schedules and connections

ut; ENSIuN I'r tIt'nt. 1:. 1' IIUI'KIX Traffic
I octdw'I I .J. Manager.
to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing i
ofyourhouse "/?\\fi ihuji'i: nivl fr4fMfniRcosts[ i i aiit -tl. ,--- -- -- -- -

r no more than WwlrWlN IS \ UXJUyother I It was at a reunion of a gallant FLORIDA RAILWAYTime

gpod bond papars-but no other bond poper will serve i Irish regiment, and in due coarse a

you as weIr I: member rot-e to expre! big carefully l Table No. 20

I rehearsed sentllM! t.

-Tae COUPON BOND b< Jok..hwin Am e rica() Writing Paper Co.I I "Her '8 to th' Kifty-aiMth." he Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 3D. at 121 A. M., ItW.
various weiifhU-nnMhua atiJ eul.- j
taibrGAllrthepsrpnnawi0be'I. : began, hotly, "th laM in th' field anth' SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS: DATE
trn e:".Muiuf.icturer( + of the ( mn.
sat you first to lave ut!" -- --
rersUUauer wit,)ca. tupply yoa-If mertial .'.allt'r in theVorM.. I ILWAD oo"'N.' CkNTKAL TMfc.IS MAB IP.YT
ine..let "
lea41Amtsa.oayoarbu+ "Ye muddler! shouted a compatriot .
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to th ould Pifty-niiwtfa. equil to Daily Ne.1.1 STA r'o'ts. lard and! Freight

_. nom-!"Youth's. ComptMlon.. Esiwpt I i+w/f. I Daily ;4rpt Daily. _Exq.4w nT
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LATEST NEW ORIGINAL I if you take De Witt's Kidney and ; 7 51 a m 4 41 pm't"._...._..____.._.............._..._.._........- Lv.113U a "'I l M p-"
i 140 a m 4 66 p'" L".?_.___.__......... _. irkr ......__...__.I.". It a a m' 4 '* o III
__ __u Bladder Pill you. will get prompt ,< 7 W a m 5 SS p m t... _._._..._.... _.. K4kbadZ _._...__._._Lv.jlf. 1* am. 40 p III
1! a n 5 19 p ...IAr.__._....?... _.Wi4 .artfc......._... .. ._ .___Lv.jhtw a m I I. ?I pm
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DIXON relief from backache, w k kidneys, ; 0 UO a m 5 Sa pm'Ir. _.._...__ .WrhrrtA .Ar.1 !I"" a m ;: 4 20 p ID
M. : 10 a m 5 24 P m L._....._ ...__.__5nwaatae Riser__.. .. _._..L..! 9 aft a m'' 4 IS! p m
L. inflammation of the bladder and 10 ui a m'' 5 In p m I--............ ..... .. .-. _.... ......._.:_..... 5 45 a m 100 p ra
j View Anywhere i I) 25 a m 5 40 p m Ar.?.?................. .......Mayo.._. ..._ ........._........ Lv.; 5 a m I 3 4-.p u.
I urinary troubles. A week's treat 11 Sam S4ipmLv-. ... ..... .. .......Mao........... ........_..._:Ar. 937ami" lOpm
DENTIST.OETOPO.NTU Made U U a m 5 41 pm LV..... ..... ...:i...San Pedrs.......;......... .......... Lv. 9 W a m i 1 W p is
j! to For ment for :5 'ftItaI. Sold by Live Oak 11 a m 5 td p m Lv*...._.. .... .... ...Swlt& ......... ... ... ........... 9 95 a m i top m
llRIWr. Half Co. oct-dw 12'OI m S in p m Lv._... ... ...... ......AskoM........... .... ... ....... Lv. Jflti a m 3 00 p m
: CROWN : AND : i A Cent Each I t Drug i I I 12 1" m, 8 17 Lv..... ._ .......... ... .Ctiarhim........ ..._.... .....L JDrnmaik 900RS a m 225 p m
SPECIALTIES. !! Copied from any photograph or print forwardedto | 39 p p m i fi 27 pm p m L,,_................................ Keene................._....._..__.L. a m 1: 3u p r.
WORK. : : 112 .. .. : ..... ....
I I 31 ml 6 n.Lv.) ..._ .Feet.diuway. .. Lv. > 45 2 20 r
us with the order. Name of party orderingwill None but a genius understamli 1258 p a .IS P I.*.... .. ..: :::: ... ...... .Lv. X.-W : I ff :
41 : p
i p mIW p m; ::::=::: : :::: ::::: :: : :
imprinted on each card as publisher with : I ml 1; 6 5 p .. .. : : :.:: :: ... Itrry..... ?.. __ Lv.I 830
BROOME adJre Postcards reproduced and delivered ; genius has to suffer in order to m s

M.E.. within 10 d..>s from receipt of order, copy and I know the world so well. i Luraville Branch
description of scene-for which a maximum of 50 II
words is allowed. Thetosimile and I'hototype Between l.ura\ille( anal \\ ilniarlli.Meat .
Out of Sight.
ATTORNEY: COUNSELOR AT LAW. Illustrated Specimen Sheets mailed with.ut I I Last
I charge in return for name and address of party "Out of !sight out of taint" is an Bwuid I Bound.
UVE OAK. ; FLORIDA. .- ...... .-. ..
requesting specimens writes on kind of 415 amJl.v. WiVn.rth .Ar.JU> amLv
Picture Postcard business any 100 a old saying which applies with special 880 am) 4 G:::::-._.._--_:=:::::. iwr.vinr.=. .:..=: .. .._'?.. ..... .. |915 am
Siwcyatteatna or stationery.
. t J ynetw io all the courts of the State. your I
given to COnVP'a..._ CollectwnWKata. per cent to 250; per rent PROFIT Taking Orders force to a sore, burn or wound that's
.EIC. All buwneu promptly mtu-ua- and Selling"AMERICAN"[Trade Mark LOCAL I Alton BranchI
dto.. been mated with D kl"n'srolea
VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One Exclusive I I I I' lava and Alton.Eaat .
Noun I'11BUCSTATt: AT LARGE. Wholesale stnbutor Manufacturers Agent Salte It's out of sight, out of mind -
-- (Photographer. Dealer, Jobber Local Newspaper I i I j I w..tI -
and out of evsteace.! tiles too and j I KlMMlM I Bound
Publisher or Printer (WANTED in every city, i 4* l.v .-. )'ayr...... ...a .'... Ar. t In m
DR. J. W. WEST town and village LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CONTRACT chilblains disappear under its healing i; It M a a n m> Ar.:::::::::.::::::::...::.:::..: ...:. .-:::.::::..Alton.....:::.. ..:::::....::.:::::,::..:=:.....Lv. !{,0:ni
Write for terms. TEN Handxcne Ark influence. Guaranteed by Barclay &
Physician and Surgeon. ansas PhoUwimila and Phototype Picture Pott- i Tram Mhcdufcd to connect a ith F cards wU be sent to any address on receipt of Groover druggists. %ic. oct-dw' I bouT d at Li>v ('ak For informal-on rtnard.in rates cbeaule and cvnmctiova apply to
i T"' At 'u".Surwrinterd.nt.! l .. P.V.mWAanG.F.&P.A ,
Mice: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. FIVE [2c.) STAMPS. -----

- Residency at Ethel Hotel American Photocoiorlype Company A man will forgive you for sot following -- ----- --- I

L, 1'h--o1;,. No. 1'>8. Not Inc. Reproductions for Any Purpotw by Aay1'rocess. Ms advice If you are wilting I
kiJence. Koa 23 or !'>'. even to listen to It.

Drug Stare U4rcl.Y .I 1'11-1'1 No 16.C13to 3J7 Dearborn( St. Chicago. ?hone --

-- DeWitt's Carbonised Witch HazH
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Harrison 4601 Grain Flour Meal Coffee Rice
) >,. f'\ E. THOMASON I Salve is good for little barns and big i Hay, Sugar, ,

BROWN & THO.MASON, Makers. oftPicture Calender;.Postcards.P.cturo fag Cul rpheWSterena.graphs Newspaper Art I burns, small scratches or braises an-1 i I Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can

Supplf-meits. Magazine Owen. I'.ertafor Kdr big oues. Sold by Live Oh Dru ; Goods, Paper Bags, etc., in stock.i .
% tuna de Lu\e P>ctum for Framing. Art Studiea.or i
'' ..., f. in quantity Com pan;. octdw'I Will hand of the winter
<- PHYSICIANS I rei-r dui t T. ai> i urpose any I i keep on most Apples,
L SURGEONS, from lout up. V. fur rales. It-Tt '
Banannas Lemons and
I I the world should suddenly reform -Grapes, ,

: U1'IOU. : : : FLORIDA I a would work hardship oa the i 1 We have on hand now several cars of flour

CRIND host, of reformers. : and can make you some close prices this week for

'. WALL PAPER I TaKe aornethlBg BOW and then to ': cash.

help th, stomack. Kodol will do this i 1 When in need of anything in our line call on or

: 04I: When in need of nice wall paP Laxative Fruit! Syrup ; it i i'> a combination of natural dig>st- write us for prices. 'I,

l t call on H. U. PETTY, at i |i i ant taint the and same vegetable juices acids found ta and a hea'thy con-- Thanking our customers for past patronage and

\ Pleasant to take share of future orders
I ClL"\TO:i.i MEtK'S \RKtT. | stomach. It is pleasant to take soliciting a your

-------.---.--- --- The new laxative. Docs j, it digests what 'yOU eat Sold by Live I We are

L A. CIUWF01til I I Oak Drug Co. 'oct-dw'

ttBLIC Office STENOGRAPHER Upstairs, I I not Cures gripe stomach or nauseate.and liver l! Wa. Xt lonely.Knlcker : Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. -

-Does he play football?
Citlu-as and chronic con- "
Back lluililing, troubles
Bocker No. bat be can kirk
*. -:- -:. FLORIDA. stipation by restoring the :I beautifully with his lungs.-:-New
York Sun.DeWitt's.
T natural action of the stom- I --- Visiting Merchants are t'r'l.ali> mw."3 to rr..kt' (J-.r .ftae tr.eir headQuarters ,
J. LYLE : a.'-lit- in I the ( U t
, ach, liver and bowels. Kidney and Bladder Pills
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Practical rel'eve backache, weak kidneys, and -------- f

1cMAKER AND JEWELER -Refuse- --ubtlm- --<-- ---Price 600. '! b:nflammatioo> Live Oak Drug of the Co.bladder.oct-dw Sod! settee best Brick in the State.

year's experience In most cases consumption result ._ ;
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t sock of Watches alwavs on hand.Y I from a neglected or improperly lice SairHe. ITS MAI 15V j

I nat''d cold Voley's Holey and Tar i I i l- Microbe Horrible catA

-- I cures the. mo t obstinate coughs; and trophe'! Tea million lives lost!

- prevents serious results. It costs Mrs :\ticrobe--GoodD gracious I The Callahan Brick Co Callahan Fia l I
CLUB i you no more than the unknown preparations Mike! What happened? i iI

; and you should insist up- )Ir. Microbe-The First National _

1, Work or short noticd. the genuine in the yellow bank without a word of warning r
I on having \ H. Goodbrcaa/LheUik. Fa.! Gen'lAgtforLiveOak.[
t St, : : Phone 222 package City Pharmacy.: oct-dw' I :sterilized a dollar! bill'-Puck .I : t-




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H. M. WOOD Chairman finance Cora. N
I E. J. BlUME, 1st Vice-Presi.dcnt. J. B. BARTON, President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier. :
, D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. \

-I THE ClTIZSNsh01dBA! : 'Kopo.oLIVE OAK, x



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S2S2S2S2S2S2. .s2SZ. :!:. \2SZSl.i. .

i. Looking Prosperous I

TOU'LL look like prosperity if we can get ,

t you to wear our Hart Schaffner & Marx r

: clothes; such clothes increase your business

) ( value to yourself and your associates.


I ii\: : ? They increase your selfrespect, too; you'll

o I find that the knowledge that you're wearing

cli all-wool, when your friends are wearing part

h; y; cotton will be worth something to
\; ( you.
i y y i .\ If we get these clothes on you we'll be doing

I Ai
you a favor.

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$20 to $35.00.





Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner & Marx Live Oak, Florida

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Bread Rolls Pies and Cakes |! EII tII

r- and all the products of a first-das bakery. t II IHOAREYOU FIXEDFORCLOTHINCi?
Fresh Every Day. Courteous treatment '
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will be accorded all. Your patronage solicited :

I J. RUBENSTEIN. Proprietor. I I IHI 'ElU II \ f't: We have bought a better line of clothing for Men, I
f : : Young Men and boys than
1 : ever before. All the latest I
Inl.1"--d-1 : shades of browns, grays and mixed. I
tliit.II It" 111111111t 1 it 1+.111 It I J 11 ar+111 H 5 U .
,.'.\'; ------- : Do you believe in Physical Culture? Then let us I
I DVT ATTACK nan...:. \\ tmt'r's orthodox and *-a,>s 'e ,. 10 r1i \ : fit you with a suit of
one of the most thorough and at-
' curate students of the Bihl' t.. ti ti sever 11:1\: The
of Georgia DcfriuN Dr. Kil i known. Lawrences''iodel'lade Clothing. I
n(Against Grate Charge. .. .. -- -
fir.UilhOlt Atlanta Oct. 24.-Kt. Rev. C. K. .\l-T"-lasT NI--(,iT. J t 'i! '" : They fit like tailor made garments. I
-H"- ('nulll.t Marry Tw"" Will lie,iEl :
Nelson has returned Episcopal from Bishop Richmond of GeorgU where: On for Toiiinht't IYrfurniaiu We have a strong line of Youths and Boys suits,
p.' he atttfided for three weeks the gen- The \\illard Comedians gave I eral triennial convention of the Epte- t copal Church of the United States, ',i night at the .Vuditorium. which was. In i. Take a look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they are II
t Regarding the episode in which I witnefcxed by a good audience T> e: ; fine.
Rev. C. B Wilmer Atlanta was re- plays for both Thursday and F rt L..y II
ported to have stated in a speech nights have seemed to please '!" '
that the Bible was a prolific source sho '-golng public here and there are ,f M "Lt :'--, i COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU.GENTS .
of infidelity, ,Bishop Nelson warmly indications of a big attendance t->- IEl II
defends the divine, and says that Dr nlgbt. The former bills have been IDsomt'.t
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Wilmer never used the language attributed of a tragic tern hut tlshow E
to him and that the reports! for tonight Is entirely comIc
given to certain newspapers was the I aDd I* guaranteed by the company t.; J ;
result of misapprehension and mil-be fall ef fin frOM the rising of thcurtaia -' FURNISHER.SJ
.. quotation. teeth it gobs down on the lat I
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