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 28, 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: UF00075905:00168
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Eat I* ConUit pal Upon Congress :\

1 Chi g Sarrtion

3 Washington! Oct. 27.The great

kttJeshlp fle which Is to make Its th
.., from tbi Ulantic to the Pacific fly
probably win e commanded by a

rice idmlralJUVid that officer now

i tear Admiral ely D. Evans. Of

t f toone this is c| litional upon Con- P 1'-'Jq !

pont giving Its action to the proposal i bo

that will b made by the execu-

tfTf to establish his new rank in the -

.1IItrlcannavr, Tee Idea Is/4t a new one. In fact in

the President In his last annual mes- |

-it to Couaf '*. as well as the t ;

lecreUry of lh< Navy in his annual

icport. have nTJkftesf recommendation .
to that effect 1 utVitnout securing : !*
Russell in Washington Post
1h Approval of ona-ess. Now, how- .- .1

mr. conditions arl believed to be -- ;

lore favorable i ever before fort IL\TU\ LKCIMaTH: SILSSIOV Will Nue Certificates. | sum: sofM .\HMCK
k project. Adm al Evans is going II I I
I Chicago, Oct 26.-The Ctficago
to nil In comma of the most powvfil Governor of Ix.ui'ian.t I.. ;'u... Call for From J. Picrjx'/t Morgan On the

fleet that er gathered under I XO\ IIM'r II. Cleaning House Association tonight Money Situatiwi-(IciiVins House
through committee,
th American flat. Not only that; a Crrtiflcatr to IV h uf'd.
rLre New Orleans. Oct. :2C.! -Gov. N C that it ias decided to issu /clearing s
.to commands battleships of Blanchard tonight issued a call for an louse cvtlficates. It was/also resolved New York /)ct 26,-In a responseto

wd ra type tbaany other naval of- extra session of the Louisiana assembly tltet Chicago savings banks a qlh'st/of the Associated Pressas

leer III the worldVnd the only officer November 11. The extra should require frpm tho/r depositors to his v'*w of the present situation

flow blue penn nt floats over a session will consider the appointmentof tte time notices provid for in con J. Piermont Morgan said today'"A4

lore Lore eet of all kinds of a commission to investigate port nection witV the withdrawal of such 1 ha&e already said I cannot
..nnkips Is Charles Beresford, too strongl,\ emphasize the Importance
charges at New Orleans in connec- accounts. \ /
1L. tad be Is of even greater rank than tion with the recent strike of 10.000 It was stat i thj/ the action of the of the\POllle realizing that the ner'S
arks admiral, being an admiral, like '
that be done to
greatest fnjur can
levee workers which is estimated to committee was t 'en to prevent in
1Imr.L have cost the State business interests undue .drain onXhc cash balances of the present situ tion Is the thoughtless -

I $1OOe,2ib. Alleged unfairness In the Chicago iyn\ from outside in withdrawal uf funds from banks

.: WTORTAXT pEClSIOV.iejed port ('ondIUo111 be 'ilso ton idor- stitutions. X6 quXtion of the solvency and trust comps es and then hoard,,
I ed. The asbeinbl will I also be asked of Chic/go ban\s N involv?'!, ing the cash ins e deposit vaults or

'- rf: greats Itt-ntlt'r!' to" reduce the '*"* o\\ state tax collectors according if member, of the core elsewhere thus w thdra'lnghe supply -

; Oplaloa. on., Excessiveiten. and .the e e their>nniu- ciittee. who say that Npne of the of capital ah a>s needed in such

1 i "; ;. ber. ReceJltly't h ktat baii.dl)1CO\'er. CMcago banks has asked for or emergencies as t at with which we

1 WuUnjton/Oct. 26.-Antet Impo- ed' f1Dbelemen'ts in tl 4e tax depart- heeds asfcfstance have been" confroi ted 1 during the past:

1 decision nes announced today by nlt' lt' amounting to ab< ut $200.000. .. week.
.p James Stilln\ president of the
: Other suffjects for Consideration
Commis-I,1n miowiun is COMPUMINTII: ;:
National City bajk. who next to Mi.
include: an appeal to congress : --- of

L. ,1IDur Clemen ,whereby the rate for a con-entton\ designed to o4 f Twerty-Tliiye GrH Ifs I t j Morgan baa dOft' more to bring : _
IUS direct election *f United States' !I about about a soltion of the financial
I per hundred pounds onh1t1 ;ecure anti One Otlyr Were Seloctwl.
i (tattoo goofy from southern senators by the people amending the difficulties in t'Y rk ..,thaT. any
St. Louis Oct. :26! .-GovernoBrowafd -*' '
otter said
J ,Mkt mills tit cine coast pqrts to State primary election law, and com I man :
of Florida was a guest of the heroic action of the
41k arts Is ritld not tg j be excess pletion of the transfer of maritime : e wtsg.and ;
CoiLiert'al! Club tonl 11t. lie said '
of the u.d the
del The aeciai from secretary treasury
n als< .holds, thattime quarantine State to control -
not ::. toda!. referring to the financial situation fleudid efforts of :)Ir.. Morgan, with
:::::::=: doe discriminate /
that th South
tPtatiohther < was more prosperous j the assistance of tee clearing house,
.til-1 -
: mills in favor Ql. -- --- .
todaflian ever beforeV
'-!f !ant e tern mills which yfp 1HKSNT IlI..XMK IMKsK\KI.T fK Omanvial
rave not fe ', lid he "nor do w" ;
,*** good t<| Asiatic ports via tee i
h eect; to feel. any fft'Cts of the present : banks of this iltyf Now, however In i
c tnast1h Tr->ublcItrjan
For Money 'financial/troubles "'
i New York : order to facilitate the shipments of
case II the It.
thatof EnterIMII Talks \hnut '
; The invitation tw adrfcs the St.
Kan oi (cotton grain tobacco and other pro-
1l1l1'b Company New York Oct :26! ,-"It would y:;> Louis gathering! ,grew outlof the gov- duce and to facilitate the imports of
Mi.QtL. .
d the
1faettr1c Granlte-villjj unfair-to hold President Roosevelt. rnor's recent spVa Jr before the inland gold the associated banks have wisely
: of Granite-
'! 8 mpany whollj responsible for the situation" Waterways Convenuon at Memphis decided to combine their credit by

Rail-Company said :Mr Bryan hcie toda>, 11 I '. -The (compliment bas marked, the issuance of clearing house certificates

L1kn. Mwet railway a wore We sbouM' not be criticized foi rtfor of the twent\thref\ governors and thus prevent the paralys
attacking nmmfest. evils, bul*! do noi 4 t present at that metin|, Governor ing of a very large part of the bust-
--- mean toSffr that Ie has foen wise Broward of Floods and Governor Dee ness. of the country."

l '--- TRIt'11Pi1 POKHISKY in all that he4 as said an /donf' neon of Illinois were the only- ones invited -- -

"The local t \nation lohks more to appear before the St. LoaU DKAU IHIHt'Ml. I
) aad Drink He Kllls Mother like a's-caXto Ac tharf anything club. His speech w'as of a similar

Then Himself. *' eonttnii ir, character to that given Memphis, .
1st F else *-> Dry n No :Marks \lokn'.t..n..id. fl In ,
0te N, C., Oct. 26.-Delifrom Certain( the conditi* s throu hout"the ------- Sew ,tugn..tine.

drink, Ellis Hightower country, are of such as to : Tn $llatT MM Fii\Yiiti: : St uFustlnOct.. :26! .-News ,4
,I' us Ud Wiled his aged mother'in "warrant a panicky feeling. ,Ml industries reached here thin morning of the

township, Anson "count, xare u usuaJJ)" pro'perou ;. I't.b\\: 1'rtntliay Through I'...'k \t- finding of the body of Norris ,VHms.

h iight ,lad then attempt U a i& pricesr-Vex, advancing In that ristf l OH Su'.i'h rn.Newmarket a resident of New Augustine, near

} y taking .trychnine. The respect the conditions are just the England.. Oct 26.- Bayard Thep Vjdj was discovered : h

nmmoned to attend the reverse *of* what they were in the The ,police! 1-ere today arrested a man by railroad men at n early hour this

titdy beyond human aid. panic of 1'S9'when' prices were fall- .u ptxlfd of having designs on the morning who broi ,ht tte news to

M e attempt, but this mor8I ing. Present conditions do not invite life of King Edward or the Prince ofalos this city. / '

.. I tow0 cot his throat with a a general panic*. \\' The prisoner who was a So far as can b*' learned at this
,.., i ag to death before aid t < f emVr of tie Bech'janalan (South writing the cau e/of death is un- :

t mmoned. Lasl night the .Package s.Exp Found.ColumbfaSyS .trica ) po'iVe named J. f P Pear>. known, but it Is presumed wa caused ?

led qt his Aotber and was found wandering In Chlppenham by heart trou e. Those who discovered -
thr50 ..'C.. Oct6.:! .-.V
JrCJU. h away. e had been park. were th\ king haJ been shooting the body tate that there
tV : to S ate >, S,
heel Several days and special the fromfCaffne this week amt in wh/ch the princes were no marks of Molence on it. andIt
C., pays: It lea\ed ou< here today hootVn bVen
I on a Po h talking, I going to Mo day. Pearse, had evidently there but a I
The moth r called to that th* expKss pSckfige containing when taken into'custa4y. said he Intended short time for the lothing was not

f wakl $I 0,000. which wa/Mobt between to )hoot theJbO'S who wa moistened, although a heavy dew fell
suddenly.mens. .
SparfanbVg tim I
I I Charlotte and w
ltdum t Hrgh- booting here. Aftef a preliminary last night.
k pistol nd shot bis a!;'>. w3'found a roonvta the Commercial examination in\ the ol'ce court be }Ir. Adams wad a resident of New | 1l! ;

h e heart. Tie hotel A this city\hlch was was remr> ded [tor further I nquiries Augustine and le is survived by a f

been Jelling the boy occupied by e detective whrt was detailed regarding hTs 'past life It appears mother as welllas( sisters and brothers t.

R. ., before the Mothicg ihat he participated in the Jameson He was 13 years of age and
r the case.
to rk up
# )an Ml by beY side ,. yt raid into the Transvaal and is labor- unmarried Thq body was brought; .
thdt the
fLae, half-sobered was leas ed beyond the 'n,: under the Impression that fce has to this city this I evening and the

= tower was *Noted packaaft was found by the detectiveIn i grievance aga'nst King Edward His funeral will talc, place from his late
upon after Newmarket yesterdayand home In New at 8 o'clock
deafer, H* leaves broom his return Majesty left I Augustine "
l > London tomorrow
Udren.; being out. returned to morning.

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STATE OFFICERS.N. peop'e who all but witnessed it. : :

Smith, an emjlloye of the Van- 11f
B. Broward, Governor. '
Deman GroceryCompany, talked
H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State. "
readily of the /ragedr .and. though .h.- ,
Wm. V. Knott Treasurer. -
regretting that it had to be, believed

A. C. Croom, Comptroller.W. 'hat te took t .r*only course that was :
II Ellis Attorney GeneralB. open to him. = Red Rock Ginger Ale

E. McLJn, Commissioner of Agri-
Home il a* Arecked.
culture. Is the Real ArticleAn
Then came th\ pitiful story. It I
y' W. M. Holloway, State Superintendent
was the tale of amith taking his
Public Instruction.
friend Milton into! his home, giving
Ernest Amos State Auditor.W. inferior, weak, flat imitation gingerale
him board and to himas
gang, treating
B. Saddler, Assistant Auditor. will cause indigestion and constipa-
brother him
a making one of the
oet.. tion-d the for which
family, a family of husband and wife, eating very purpose
t wo little thlldrfn. and an old moth RED ROCK aJ t

rr T. M. ShacUeford Chief Justice; er. t'' t come famous. ;, coI

A. W. Cockrell. J. B. Whitfield, Fnend-Uip Is IMrajed. ;I 1 IM The value of Purity and Quality cannotbe oCK'

Fenwick Taylor, R. C. Parkhill. W. I
The days and weeks went on, and to strongly urged. ,
A. mocker Associate Justices. $ I $'l 'j ? A REAL GINGER ALE, which stands out among
then the man! now in the cell saw ;
all other brands-foreign and domestic-as the acme
the friend wtutu he trusted and lace I of perfection in combining purity, quality and
RAILROAD CO l USSIOi.It. wife whom he oved, together He c health giving results.

Hudson Burr, Chairman; N. H. took the wife hVme, talked the matter I +
\. Sold everywhere large and small bottle,,
Butch J. L. Morgan. Royal C over with he\, warned the frieidto -
or Se a glmu from bottie I
Dunn Secretary. keep away anti went on with his

work. Then the tory went into details "" THE RED ROCK CO.

SECOND details that iced no repetition
J here.leetings 0 the wife: avid the Florida.Having
DISTRICT. Jacksonville, .
quondam friend w re noticed and
+ Frank Clark. d-
finally the wife I lift the husband

went Into the ('otVts. and asked for
the decree that annul the

Palmer, Judge. vows that had bond her to him, and j i

Cary..A. Hardee, State's Attorney. the two children here at the homo.

The woman Wt t out of the man's I j

COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. life, but not out of his heart lie f

B. Johnson, State Senator. still loved, and th knowledge of constant sold out by drug business I 1M
meetings wed and tortured I I'
on account of my health, ask all who
owe me to please to come as soon as

'n life possible and ray their accounts tsI I
W. R. Dorman.V.. H. McClellan. i
Friends told hitfi of the boasts of am anxIous to pay all the outstanding Think what it meansThat
the man he had allot down of threat is what we are.

t J. N. Conner County Judge.J. made and of the constant use of the ; amounts against the Live Oak ; .= 1 I Our reason Is because IB

W. Bryson, Clerk Circuit Court. expression: 'Th( igs will come my Drag Co.. and get off for a while for the "Our Family" line of
J. II. Rickerson Sheriff. way some of the da>'s." I 'i;, li,-a't! ;:. Respectfully. Star Brand SoeWit!: '

G. B. Lord, Treasurer.J. So it went on I intil last night. anJ \V. H. BELL. Face a shoe for every

N. )leeks, Tax Collector.A. this is Smith's st ry of what happened t ; ember of every family.
D. hemming Tax Assessor.J. then: iA.tler to (;. ,tot!>oClanu'r., i eS}I011: !10 Lave all your f..aiilyoj :

E. Wood. County SuperintendentPublic "I saw Milton fend two friends, andI I' ,::: ec nimically lav t

Instruction.II. think there wis jet a third, come Live Oak, Ma. / W ronlANi c!fitting Lid service :

E."Carter, Judge Criminal Court up to the cornea ere me closely, and I bear r: Here's a tale with a point i j WOMAN giving shoes

"' of Record. then enter a s/loon to get a drink. To it. Flt Ida is the hardest state in roI AN CHILD "Our Family Shoes I

They came dut and stood close !I the Union r p t.Gil ; IP made by etierU: laH
O. O. V.cCollom, Solicitor Criminal ASJIMMOIBMAPg
i beside me. Milton looked ugly at me '! re v Co./allay ss'ttid l 1 ig spvcalty fac'orei: :
Court.M. ,
and I feared tlvit he was going to do t ey pant ;; IN 5XLOUI3 DV from the best box calf
M. Hawkins Clerk Criminal Court
me bodily barn He moved a litt'e 'to do in mate ey'v te.nainting a'her Hat can be .
f I1t111DSilYLli
closer and then, realizing bow for ea o ten _ _yNSV1_ _1 _ bought for the money. :
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. been wronged aiil believing I Jn1"I ars. )i4 t i'} y t "ft \ s 1t'wq

\V. A. Tison. Chairman; M. I* danger. I fired tlA- two shots" -- s a i Ii tags : The Men's and Bo\"'s are Go dear welts which means that

Burnett, J. J. Demps(). J. II Of (;d Famil}.. \t7 i lainted Ur ea s g are the soles are flex'ble and that there are no tacks, wax or
Grant H. II. Davis. i I i ; c c,-, }it ony' pa t'o' t threads Inside to hurt burn and blister the fee Being reinforced -

Smith is of a/prominent Levy county .he yalso> atti dd of ars : under the in ,te;> with a brass clinched fastening they j
family, has!always borne a good cannot rip.
one year trvear e e lily rs'en
reputation ands well liked hy hi.H *. fj a 101 lif ti for : \\'K II.I; Till.] ) IIV.S FoR i::..;; and SJOO.: BOYS $:':\ I
E. R. Wise, Chairman; A. D Puter- business associates. Florid petig
nt in t n 0 in : 1'Ot'TIiS *_.Cl4J LITTLI] GIRLS* $1.7.-
baugh R. H. Carver. Milton is a sill of T. N. Milton of aine \\'c do/'t dare s\\AitJeItber t

Lake City one o the prominent! business !- is as a aej lfaci ih those : On account of the Women's Misses and Children shoes .

CITY DIRECTORY. men of the Itt It> Florida eft.\. s; but t/' xj ar7rT V instances :. having a metal clinch sole retainer, the soles can't pull apart t

j J. B. Johnson Mayor.C. The father ol the dead man tek- If we nnTptraiMie $it of r>e\op j on: ".\ III.\'" SHOIS: .'OJ: MOMKV .IRK $1.,;). MISSES: t:

H. Brown, Alderman and l'resldt"ntC.tr phoned last ni ht to Undertaker In Florida half oftc>X5njl cot of !' I--.M., (,1II1.HlaX. HIJ, in, i.. Marcus Conant. 10 whom the body w/uld mucnV :
paint it be too
bad been turned hover for Interment we supK r The S'a- on t1.c heel and the name "Ot'R F.\\fIT.Y" on the 4
J. White T. S. Anderson. se its ;/out one-third: tmre U so sole of each shoe is
t. aguarantee that they are honestly coatru -
telling him to ertbalm the body and
J. M. BarcLy. W. J. Hillman. much tr.yh there--the costlifst paint < tl n! ,1 full of satisfaction
i J. E. Wood J. L. White.W. prepare it for shipment to Lake City. u> the worst. and the worst U the tl To MT the ruler to
This will be done and the body shipped costli everywhere. .. like thoni. Come see them.
H. Lyle Superintendent City early this morning. Truly yours,

1 Water Works. 38 F. \V DEVOE & CO.. H BOWLING LUMBER CO.

R. II. Haddock, City Marshal and Hard Times In NUIIM. P. Suwannee Hardware Co sell . . . . . . . . . . . 1"h -
Sanitary Inspector. The old days of grasshoppers and our paint .

r W. D. Wright, Police. I drouth are almost forgotten in the __ -

prosperous Kansas of today, although Henry E. Jones, of Tamp. Fla

RUISE / Ills HOME a citizen of Codell, Karl Shamburg. writes: "I can thank God for my pr,"-

has not yet forgotten a hard time he sent health due to Foley's Kidney

And Then Carte Itloody Vrngran ce- encounteied He says: 'I was worn Cure. I tried doctors and all kind Don'tFOrgetThe

A Jacksonville Tragedy. out and discouraged; by coughing of kidney cure, but nothing done me

(Ti/ies-Union, 27th.) night and day, and could find no relief much good till I took .'018 Kidn.M

Ills bone wrecked and ruined by till I tried Dr King's New Discovery Curo. Four bottles cured ree, and : .
Vho haw no more pain in ray back ant _
the man had been taken into it It took less than one bottle
and shel/t"red there, driven to desperation should* r!>!, i am S6: years oM, mil
to The astral
completel cure me.
land goaded beyond all hu Buffered JOUR. but thanks to Foley'sKidney first
and most reliable cough and colds issue of The Southern CYclone
; man end ranee by the taunts of th Cure I am well and can

I man he R ld responsible for all hi s remedy and lung and throat healer \\aU: and enjoy ")'IIeIf. It b: .i will be out November 1st. j f

1)) misery and sTvffering, James H Smith ever discovered Guaranteed by lea!
last night shot and killed John Ma\- Barclay &. Groover drug store :So, ,' needing a kidnomed:cine. (' \- will contain eight pages of spicy reading
; eel :Milton wo king his .
vengeance and $I.CO Trial bottle free ni n PI,armac o< t -d\, matter and
before the doze i or more officers *ho you should not ID

stood within. tty feet of him coula the first number.

lift a finger 13 disarm him. The

I tragedy, occurring ani In the very heart'' We are going to give a cash prize of $10,00 for &
of the: city at an hour when the BOTTLED

t,, streets were frowded with the rush best Ghost Story sent us by February 15th, 19*

of,Saturda almost btAore tight shoppers the hundreds was ended ot- Story must be original, and not exceeding J 1)0

people start /d by the two pistol shots n cca\\ words.

I realized whit had happened.
Officers Send us 50 cents at for subscrip'and
and Hooks
uoggs caught once a years
Brings City Joys to Country Homes
.. the aim of Smith, disarmed him and write the
story at
your convenience.
r rushed hi/i toward the call box. An
, ; ambulan* whirled up and the lifeless Bottled Coca-Cola has this advantage c... r that

bod./of Milton was rushed to the 4aFt drawn from a fountainthe every pro r: is THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE

I underta 'r's. The police patrol hurried absolutely right. \\'here every inpreuitnt is ,

,I k I to the scene Sm'th! disappeared; automatically measured out, there i is no chance

within fit. and it was all ended. It for carelessness by a clerk. Dilicu--, it refreshes Drawer 39. Live Oak, '
and invigorates and makes possible drawing 0'1 reserved
was just 9:30 o'clock when the strength without loss or injury There are many cheap imitations. -

tragedy occurred and the corner of Insist on Crown Label and be lure to Heredity i* the law that mikes youf I Love hin'l at a.l 1 ,: '. "...:rg.r
and Bay streets Its setting 1,1 >* like your grandfather art aJ
Bridge LOOK DCPORD YOU DRINK or else :; the parents of 11... ;* '
was thronged with all sorts anl c ) ing
and abetting :t
classes: of people At one of the _

busiest corners In the entire city at agiarism: is the best proof that ; Fame in what r' ..j .:

one of the busiest hours of the evening Live Oak Bottleing Works Sole Agents. 1.e other fellow is bigger than the I some men for It.'!; .' .. I tfr'__.,

there were probably hundreds of plagiarist.
i paying ea.h.

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t. MK nun' nKMocuAT.: MOXDAV, OCTOBER 2$, 1007. 3

A Visit From Dr. Sledd. :ttat make for manliness and rugged The friends: of Dr. Andrew Sledd, ;lardilood, for without these qualities i 1 , , , , .. ,
president of our State University i neither nation nor individual can 111'111111111 J n 111 1111111 n in t IIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIHH :

have Just enjoyed a delightful visit :rise to the level of greatness. :of I Ii zii

from him, extending from Saturday "Now therefore I, Theodore Roosevelt "
evening until today noon. Yesterdaybe president of the United States, '
preached two highly interesting do set apart. Thursday, the 28th day J I ,.
and Instructive sermons at the Methodist
church, which were pronouncedby i thanksgiving: and prayer, and on that i
those who have known him best as i day I recommend that the people" ii
very superior efforts. This morning i shall ce $e from their dally work and, JI
be together with some other friends in their tSmes or in tleir churches, ;

paid our high school a visit, and the i(i ;meet devout! to than Ue Almightyfor :t
Doctor made a short but very appropriate I the many anSi great blessings they :t
address to a part of the student i !have received in fte pfit, and to pray
body. After which be passed I that they may be\Ivan the strengthso

through all of the rooms of the buildIng to orde? Uirlyref_ : as to deserve a J
viewing the entire school. It I I continuation f theE blessings In the '

will be very gratifying to all to know future. PUBLISHING
that he spoke in the highest terms of \ witness -ht r of I have hereunto ".
Professor Edwards and his management Efe my tan a caused the seal 11 1

of our school, after having look- of the ted S te to be affixel.
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+ atli:rs:>wt '!n':1. --
ed over the institution. lie walked (Seal). D t t city of 'ashj..:
about the business portion of town, 'ingtoa this twenty- day of Octo-
and expressed much surprise at the ber. in the year of fur Lord, one
Improvements that have been made thousand nine hundred and seven
since his last visit here. and of the independence of the United i i'l:

The Doctor gives a very encourag- States the one hundred and thirtv- COMPANY

tot report of our State University second. i .
anVthe start it Is making in Its new (Signed.) "THEO.: ROOSEVELT," : :t

bome. Ie says they are at presents| "By the president: t, ... Ij
,bandicappHd to some extent for the "ELIIIU ROOT Secretary of State."
'want of somfluiew buildings, that will I ___ __________ ..: j
be erected law. The/enrollment is XOTICK. ..

Jj i j very gratifjingVind t/e general out- To Whom It May Concern: '', ++

look Is about all\hat fuld be desiredor Be it known that THE LIVE OArt + ,
a expecTWat this tne.Dr. BOTTLING WORKS having their orifice : t -- I : ; : :: :::: d;;': :' : i I : : I

SIedduSuostl3xcellent:: gentle-j I \ and factory in the city of Live

man whose integrl Irofound y is unquestioned -i' Oak, county of Suwannee state of :: i I: Book News and Commercial i I III
and a man of scholar- "Florida have adopted and do hereby ,
Ihl He Is eVinJitly fitted for the I j
publish this device, tow it: "The property \ J
position he hous/in i our first State i| of LIVE OAK BOTTLING

Institution of Darning, and we are | WORKS. TRADE MARK REGISTERJED. :
glad to knb '_*fc.p. he is bending his i LIVE OAK FLA." In be blown IPRINTERS! J
energies to mak it an institution of j, or etched into the bottles and II
i such merit that It will not appear siphons painted, printed or stenciled
) necessary to any Floridian! to go away I on all boxes, cases trays or fountains :of .",, ., ,, ", .......,.,.,

from home for educational advantages used by them in the manufacture of ', ,
that can be found within the I soda, or other mineral waters. Said J:J
borders of his own State We trust I bottlEsiphons: boxes cases, trays or :
be will have, as far as possible, the I'fountains bearing the name of "Th ..:I J
hearty sympathy and co-operation o: Life Oak Bottling Works," as abo\e J t +
every good citizen in the State in his I quoted, are hereby claimed to be the J +
J: "VTO job is too large and too small for
effort to make our University one of property of the said LIVE OAK BOTTLING none

the first among all of our Southern WORKS, and all persons or .
schools. t. corporations are hereby cautioned not j: us to handle, and everything in the

to deice erase, obliterate, cover ui j
LET US Gin TIIAXKS. or otherwise remote or conceal said ::5 Printing Line comes easily within our limit.

gIr name or device thereon or to devise! ,
President Issues Impressive Thanksgiving buy ft'1. give, take or otherwise dispose : :

UXth 1"J'oolamatlon-Xov.the Day. In the of.same or wantonly without destroy the written or traffic consent j; I 0 DR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papers

of, or unless the same shall have
,Roosevelt Washington today, Oct.issued his.-President Thanksgiving been purchased from the said LIVE :: is one of the largest carried in Florida,

secretary proclamation of state naming, through the last the device and emblem of label, to-wit: and with well equipped modern Printing
Suwannee Trade Mark
Registered -
Thursday November, the 28th.
Ginger Ale, the most refreshing : Plant and artistic
The proclamation follows: new type, pointers: we
ginger ale known. Live Oak Bottling
"Once again the season of the year
has come, when In accordance with Works Live Oak Fla." printed fa can furnish you with Stationery as cheap as i
three colors and upon which, in the
the custom of our forefathers for

generations past, the president appoints right an hand Indian corner woman appears sitting the upon pictureof a : and prompt as any establishment in the
a day as the especial occasion
for all our people to give praise and rock by a stream of water. j South. A trial will convince. Samples and
thanksgiving to God. +ny corporation, or firms or parties I

"During the past year we have using the said bottles siphons ::ti Estimates Furnished
been free from famine, from pestilence boxes, cass, trays, or labels or Imitation + on Application.
or attempted imitation thereof :tt
from war. We are at peace
will he prosecuted! as law as laM
sick :ti
all the rest of mankind. Our '
down in Chapter 4584. Acts of 1S97. '
natural resources are at least as great : I
::::= u those of the state of Florida.
any other nation. We be-
Here ; Ii
In ability to develop and + :
: take advantage of R. H. Holmes. Prop. .. ,,
these resources the lie"';':;:' I: I' II "" !!! _
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1907. ==:;;; :1 : 'Imn i ::: iII
Live Ook. Fla., Oct 25. i
t :" image man of this nation stands at .. ,j
: ,- least a* high as the average man or

.U a there yother. Nowhere opportunity else In the world TO THE F.\U.MIKS.: I I We Make a Specialty of Mail :
an for a free It seems thnt some one for some
people to develop to the fullest ex- reason and without any knowledge ]J

tad tent, aU its powers of body of mind of the law, has put out the report in 't :- Order Business -:-
ofthat which stands above both the county that farmers are not allowed -
body a Ind-
C3j ,"1luch.. been give us from "'. fruits vegetables or fresh merits

;hich and much viii rig ly be expect- i within the city. I would like to say
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of us In retuka In our care the that there Is no such State law or
8d ; talent have en trusted; and I.city ordinance. .

.u are to be pard e neither if 'I' You farmers bring your producein

LI SS + '>' --aquande d w t hem; nor jet we need it. ji .:-
: h we bide the n an kin; for they i I write this because I have ha.1 2 IJ

: mast be fruItf In 0 hands. Ever more than a score of inquiries about E LIVE OAK
thr iJJtkrtuchout! the es. all times andaiflosg such a law. J. H. JOHNSON. *t**A*i. +:
r 1
li peopl osperlty has Mayor. 4
been I t Yti
90S-1 r b0otea lrau t with da er, and it ball I I'III; :*: *
jf us to esee ftie Giver of aUf :
. ,0001 : fig, that we a no fall into loved I NOTICE TO SUnhCIUHKKS.: PUBLISHINGCOMPANY
: f I
iX.Of'fee of luxury that we m'y.1t.I All subscribers who have not pail j + !:I
** will confer a
? our sense of moral respond- their subscriptions
.ptiOAla' j rr*' that we may not forget our. special favor if they will call and settle -> : :;i
.4u, to Cod for the paper. The editor can live j
and to our neighbor. '
; '
) >.; treat democracy like ours, about as long as anybody on climate J! I IIf

';;.. .. J based upon the principles and suns.-.&1e. but the paper houses 1
.' p .. erlJ liberty can be perpetuat- have to be paid and so do the prn! -- It

-'J: .. f In the heart of the ordinary ers. If It is convenient please give 1; a4
i there heed to our request.
dwells prompt
,,y.' a keen sense of .
4 sn_ and justice We shoull
I ,1 Pray l"|' Altainst It. $
that this spirit of LIVE OAK FLORIDA
Bg rbAare fez: and Justice may grow' I ltpkt'rYou look worried old
sit ...
In the hearts of all of man.
that Meeker-I have cause for worry.BieekerWhat's .
our souls be inclined
!!tt{1aore the trouble'
both toward the virtue; If !
o1taastead tt4 tor Meeker-My wife says if I don't
J gentleness and tender- i
,:) her to the seashore thissummer ,.......u..a..Io.aU I' i M t m III in 111111 n u 111 ni 11111111 n i ii 1111 M i n n ;; 1l
oviag accompany m ;
kindness and forUe I I she'll stay at home,-- ......... . . It. . . " " . , .t... .1
t .with another, and to- ,,1 h4.+ HUH+$+P4"PFfiifi-ftihf I M I I 1 1 IH H M 4 I M HI I H I i I I M I H M t M M *M I
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J10sD.t1OCTOl1 t 23. 190..

I ---3-r--s--- $-- -!SI -$-$-'-'
TROT HIM Ol'T.days be accompiistel. J I
"Sonic ago our esteemed morning -

Published Except every Sunday.Afternoon sufficiently contemporary urged said to do that so if It it wouU was ness administration: will greatly P I ConfidenceBegets

lion to spending
name a mSm who lived between Es- 3
cambia cou \1 and the Apalachico'ariver cession. If a :]

CHAS. W. IRVIN Editor and M'gT. that cold bo elected governo can be passed tha enthusiasm which accounts for P!
In 1
imminent deficit
of Florida. ffhe Evening News took ; : F the ardor with which we arc pushing ',
Entered at -the Postoffice. Lire Oak up the que Ion at once and urged out cot increasing such an L

Florida., as Second Class Mail Mat- The Journa to name its man. but up ment prove as the opo !! National Bank :
failed to do t The First h
ter. November 7. 1905. to Now this the tim journal it has, in answering: the so. it alpt ar. It is no | ,

Lire Oak emocrat on this question i! governor would ac '
THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. says: "\\, leave the question with purpose In the pre j I I- Every safeguard is thrown around. l' a t- nalJ.anks. IIiI

our good brother of the Democrat I is conimited to cer I They are frequently inspected by agents of the Corf- _:

I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be and if he the insists on having i te "ouldarly II l' troller of Currency, and are called on to nalie; !

mailed to any part of the United good 19an named we shall proceed before te leuves t I L sworn statements to him five times ea 'hear, hence .l,. ;
these franc
eng a
States pastage prepaid, for $ forthwith to narue such a man om -
insi'iance and a 1.I they are under the direct supervision of the Nation- :
t per >ear: $:.50 for six months; where betweenAhe Escambia a=d the
l' $1.25 for three mcathb or i>U cents I Apalachlcola/ So at last we are to tex books." j I I I al Government, and its the staongest on earth tJ

f for five to weeks.any part In of advance.the city Delivered by- have his na: The bggeat! "W< !I Safest Banking 1 tj 1/
l I "The Evenfcg News tried to sufficiently 1i
carrier, for 10 cents per week. eter held in the Best Methods
I i ,
-urge 6ie Journal to name its !
I candidate buv failed. Now we wantto Birmingham, Al 4, i" For Up-to-date Service, 1 It j

If Governor Brow and does run for urged the Lhw Oak Democrat to hibition manage* Liberal Treatment.
the Senate now oiAelt U/e, he will fifteen thousand \ '
urge the Journal do the same 1-I Conservative Methods.
be kept might V/usV/ yiainlng the thing because Frapk Mayes says thatif to be at the polls I

reprieve of theVfact onville negro the Democrat i ges him the mysterious arts help the l.: Always use the National Banks. They have prospered T

r rape fiend. candidate Fill be uncovered. greatest the forces sufferers of Evil. !! ? in greater numbers than all other banking in-1, 1stltutlons.

to/he Journal's
"According description -
i I
: Jacksonville traffic, and it is in .
Editor Carter f the 1"
of Its can date we think he
slow of things that al Watch us our profits are now as ]large as :
Metropolis, seems fe beguiling must live in 'alton county, and in 1 :

1- ly but surely out oJ\Ais dangerous our opinion trie first letters of his should be exerted our capital \\as at our beginning. f ;
of God for good, br .
Illness, with the brfgntVospect an
like thisSTORRSbut
name are spelred something '
early restoration/to health, and we then just as soon this world who da
all glad to hear It fight; this fearful FIRST NATIONAL BANK :
are I as the Democna answers the Jour-

nal we shall see 'hat we shall see.- very strongholds, I Iii
I The date of the\ Farmers' Union Pensacola News and for the noble .
Live Oak Florida.
, !. Sea Island Cotton Convention, which The Journal guts it right up to u* women who have t ,

, I had been called meet t Lake City.November to insist and ai it would be cruel on away the

1st,. B /b n changed to our part to prflflong the general suspense s\ for a day and '- -s-s-s-s--s -Si -$-$-* ---i-H'

t November l\th/ Resident Trawisk we hereb lnsist. Out with it tlefield and fight in .
-- --- - --
L has sent outftfflqful notices to that Let us have the name of this candidate -"-- --

j effect. I o who approaches the ideal and And now the VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORTDOWLING

I I can meet all the conditions necessary open the

j The man who makes one factory to a perfect Democratic candidate for the spring of 190S PARK

, I grow in his community where none Governor. directors is
1 ,
before, or where only uility of such a
r .. grew iwocroy
- '. one grew befor ,vJsfh&ftlnd ot great Editor Harper pi the Central didn't have a -MAY DOWV UPON THE SIMASNFt RIVER'

man we need In Flo/Ida now. We Union Times, published at Jacksou- )'ur. It was not
t/s it until the slason' //llineral Springs Hotel and Cottages
will all encourage candidacy and ville, indignantly otests in the last

support him nanimously.i issue of that parr against what he gone, and the resu
denounces as a deliberate misquotation WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH ANC
Pres e t Roosevirl as fo y-nine by the Savnpinah News of his army of knockers ;> CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLE:;. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.E11:
years d 3 sterd3 ,and we 1 ck language used in a recent speech in country. It Is '7 FROM LIVE OAK. ON LIVEOAKPEWt
him of
g st y her. yon r that city. The 'ws says:
hat oh ace i tt e rth asa "In speaking \ the labor condi- this country and

r o d h e i the folds ofQteHectuals. tions in Florida. MrNdarper said 70 obscured by its PflRK HOTEL DOWLING PARK. FLORIDfl LIVE cig

/ p si fa is and He per cent of the laborin men in Flor- now complete In :
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Is t' th intant wonder" of this ida were registered, an had their and if the maX g

country. poll taxes paid by the Political leaders some new and f..... S I I I ********+H->>+H 1 U 'H I'i I 'H-H' I11 !,*. 1I H HH
to !t next 5.
and that they w/re voted like .
The Pwisacola News suggests that sheep on election da/, not standing draw a very A'i t J907 I THE 1907
succeed in paying -
Editor Sforrs, of the yOeFunlak together for their own rights. Ha

Breeze, is t\fi celebrated ark horse urged the men to /ick together, and great show is f Crescent Pharmacy
not rally around
t, the Pensacol vJournal/ia holding in not allow such coi/litions to exist :n ,
town giant and +
f reservefor GovHrnojf Storrs \% a Georgia." I -
strong man and a Qou have to do to Mr. Harper say that what he real- deserves! i i I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. j
" believe it is toyreadVa few issues of ly said in his speech was: \ + '

the Breeze. Jfis indl Vduality sticks "I do not kno v that such a condition Down wf\h the
defames in oiSer | The Prescription Drug Store.i .
i up throughXts columns n it. linej. j every reason to belfeve that it is for his goods. \
Iii t. / I(I general throughout Hie country that Some peoptarf' i+ I -. .-- .. ..
: The Pensacola News takes the fully 70 per cent ofJihe working people mortals + [ "y ., ; '\' 'i :
____ I .,,- y -u
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very sensible osition that the pension are not regls red voters. Anl They are a world + I :\ EItmal.t
;: granted by the State to the Con- the most shamefu part of it is that a + :::::.7, I
+ snndit >- nodif-
; federate veteran Is not to reward large number of those who are registered .\ Km;H + :- i.i
ft'I't'IU'a tt hove .r ribose
1 him for his devotion and loyalty; is allow theirfpoll taxes to be paid "Judge, will ygri ;I "
: Llankyuarda' -oar doc
;, not pay for servloes rendered, but its by the scheming politician, and are favor?" asked th ; writes Mankj
tor onrllV' ,
+ )
i sole object iito iLlp hose who really I voted like sheep JUt the polls" about to tie rut <-----
rription un I e ,
I' III't ...;": : ires Tii tiononwe
.J need it; tdycomrlblte that We P |
much tw are glad to kelp in the work of witness. wecantillthrm :z
\o .,... ) f"l b "I ; i ("m fill them
enable them buj/tfcp + ,!
t't' putting Editor IIa per right before correctly. I t: / 11\. Ji
;IL must h\ye \llvefcn.. ++ I r I, ... .fl'" i" .. '' wrmtly.Where .
This being I the public, for we on'tant to think '. # /P / -- I

true, the* vetel n *ho doesn't need that any Florid newspaper man h"-"l'.rtainr i --- ; t }i 62);

the pensiorKLjre nl logical place on would tell it abr ad that 70 per cent ,

the pension roll, and if he were not of our laboring eople were political 4. I ;;: -__ jt

there the State would'be enabled to peons without 10\Ide or self respeet +

: increase toe p..ance it gives to those who permit otherV to pay their poll Iy t You Get Your Prescriptions; Correctly filled at
who need it. .
taxes and then vbtf them like s-!W"i' + Reasonable Prices.
That is certamlj iit the case IM & '
r 1 et us fill your t>re.cnptiona and lien your drug articleW..' a CJenptet.line .
Out in Los Angeles, California, one Florida ard we ar glad to Know that of fresh and reliable cruod Bring us your rrcucnotton t..fill Wi earn!II i era corns. -
I Lieut. Alfred Allinsworth represented the editor of the G| ntral Union Time ++ .fly at lowest price Phone us your order. Prompt anJ reliable att.,t,",*

to be a leader of the negroes in repudiates the Ian uage attributed to tf I! : HONE No, 22O

; that part of the country, has addressed him. Doubtless Lhere Is a certain
J The Crescent
a letter to the people of his race class of voters w to will permit its I Pharmacy,

throughout the United States on the pox tall to be paid for it and then
question of considering the desirability vote as it is told to. but it is preposterous ,

of establishing a purely negro to say that this classi I:i -- P. S. -Use ufidchU"s( 66" for Chills and fnNo-- Cure No PiIY'-- I

commonwealth in some part of thet seventy per cent oft p laboring op'i-

nted S tttes. Good luck to the lieu- lation of the State In the selection of .-M 11 111 U II Ml U It 5 H H"HH { r.+++H +++++++Uil'lfPARTY
tenant In.ffcat scheme If he can find :
11.- whether apparel
enough uno upled territory for the J. Reese, associate editor of th.>
appreciate the l'T'
purpose. Thete are thousands of now Tallahassee Sunmore urobabh know ,

discontented \ roes who will never about the proposed extra session TICKETS
be satisfied sbo\t of/an experimentof of the legislature than the rest !
that klfW>*M we/should be gladto of us. In a dispatch from him in the
themNisolated from the Pensacola Journ of yesterday lw
see white +4. :Live Oak to Dow ling Park on sale daily +tIt
race In some art < f the country says that it \fitly understood that
; rate of 50
will # tents round trip with
where they coVld ha e a fair trial at I the session %e soon called and 4-4-H
\ ... Minimum of ten fdres. Call tt n m
,= self-government, wit i not a white that we shall know this week whatare I .I I I t I on
!. man permitted.;' within their border I the intention of the Governor i -;t4-T-I-:" Uel Agent Phone 152 for /J S" ,

The return trdm Hs jtl, San Domingoand Mr Reese indulge in some Intf"re"t- Let us t t'i1 \ 't'1 further information. ;t i%I$: ;&

Liberia offer iu) encouragement I in? speculations ,>n the subject a.- models for )' .

to the theory of negro selfgovernment follows: f I We. -- -
but the result might be difft"r-I I sealion also Our r. ."'. ;';""!>>>- *,*+>> ..Aww- tIE

ent In this country with the example !I "'\
of white commonwealths all around I ro in the States tht>re extra s 'sions is complete. EPCCCI'Tf S

and the corrective power of the Federal j have been discussed, and the opposition Health and Accident Inst1ra. ce. i

Government to help the I to it on the mere ground of thexoense '
F eiperj-
E Annual Sen t-Annual.Quarterly or Monthly I'n-IJum-: 1
ment. We could certainly spare* will fcatdl> wield any con-
I I PITTS & McWEN, General Agents LIVE OAK, FL'
from the South to
negroes i
furnish an ample population for the I ncr. The J I P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in North Florida. t! ,

proposed' State. ]I t to be gained by 'an extra session can LivE ......... ... .. ...........aei.t ... ..a 4.... !IIat j-.

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At the MethyCLst Church. I ; I; I; I Iii!:!:
I J ,
N "
Campmeetin/ Sunday" usually
pulls hard on /he home work of th?

News of Live Oak and SuLocals And Personals Methodist chI/ch, but yesterday Ras if THE

Gathered an exception. The Sunday school I
was well att ded and the exercises

:: by the Reporter. I! THEY COME AND THEY GO. were good. I AND OFFER IN Ttf: H

I Dr. Andrew SIt: d, gresidnt of the t
Sate University Gainesville did LADIES': IKV1C JOURNAL

...... -_ tJ the preaching at otb hours! Dr. UXV1AV5 IKXIf COMPANION j

f B. Young, of Nixon, was In town L. Z. Collier oNTTarver. Ga., Is a Sledd is no stran r in Live Oak and 1 5.\TURDAY CVCNINQ IOSTJ
I guest of the Ethe dday. U.e people love 0 hear him. Hid (DdJNC\TCR &c.
& For Sale COaiCR'is j ;
t :
. \J : I morning sermo: /was a plea for slm-1

4 'erklns, or Paxton was a visitor W. S. Long, of l 'aldo, is registered pi.city In worship and an 10 SlillCL FM8UCIS $I.CO
f aunday.JC. at the Ethel t/day. -- ment of quack/preaching that seeks
to sooth and auiet men rather than I
---X I-- We offer at a bargain
Sanfoc Perry alarm and savt men. The text
is Col. S. S. wascat.
or\J"reeman. reg- came
Hawkins six with .. I I Fill in one of the coupons from
I *;. i: at the Eth/Hhotel today. up Saturday and ret /ned yesterday cottage 6:8. \ ; above Journals with our name as
_J.L. -- -- ; morning. lIe was accompanied home modern conveniences, on At the evenicv hour, Rom. 1:19: i : Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL

C. North was\ ere Sunday from I by Mrs. Sanford wlw has been visit- south Ohio Most "I am not ashan ,11 of the gospel of : : LABORATORY with One Dollar.
I avenue. i : will send order
Thty an
you onus
Alton. ing her parents /ere for the past C irist, was maife the foundation of '
\ : desirable residence H for the ten product.Retail
I few weeks. section I a sound presentation of the. oM g value $2.70.)

A C. Kerby, oX/erry. was a visitor of the city. If you are ruth, "That sp' Itual life Is the pow-i I

IB the city )e dvday.. FOR SALE-SpIrit barrels of best contemplating purchasing I er i>at overtones evil within and j -- --

white oak, standard syrup barrels of without." Dr- ledd has brought the :

L. W. Blanton c&ne up from Perry best cypress, only a limited supply of a home in Live Oak came people of Lire Oak under a new debt i B Suwannee
the syrup barrels. All orders filled up to our office and let x
jwterday. j of gratitude bytils visit and ministra- :
j ___ promptly Operators Cooperage Co., i
panl Hemming- yfceturned Sunday Live Oak, Fla. d2-wl i us show you this place. t tons among teem yesterday. I iAt j i Drug Company

/ \
\ from Fernandina. ---- i
i M. II. Wilson\an/expert demon- HIP I' Ilti..t Church.

Edward Moore\Wlton, spent yesterday strator from the sWs Dry Plate Co., EDWARDS REaLTY[ CO. Two splend' congregations were tt 1 '1 'I "" I III \; I: : : I I

In ue city j of SL Louis. Mo., ifcas here Saturdaywith present at.the 'en-Ices yesterday. In

Mr. Williams,\he photographer act, two of tie largest ever seen in

, H. W. James, ofsJLreenville, Is a making fOmj.dem straUons'n the church on\"Campmeeting Sun-
ii pest of the Ethel today. I expert photograpny.While lewin Building, Room 3. d.ay." The pasto spoke at 11 o'clockon
I Phone No. U. "Salvation and Service," emphasizing -

D. M. Sears, ofNjlayo, Is In the city bird hantingithis morning, three main utlines, viz:

9 today on business/ about two miles outYpete Williams -- --.-- 1. Salvation:/1\lan's Need.

; accidentally shot jis companion,
. 2. GodMan'* Deliverer.
Capt Hillman spVit Saturday in Chas. McKIre. The/\ unded man ,

.Tallahassee. / \ was brought to town, w\ re he received 3. Service: Man's Evidence that ,
THE BON TON Ill' has been savAd.The Bibles
J medical attention. The partiesare ,

1 Slater Knight, of\|ayo. Is here to4a1 colored. Sunday scpool, while not sa I
1j 1 on business. A New New line line Foil latest skirts.! large as last Sunday, was more inter- School Books
shaped corsets.
There were fu'I\ twenty strange esting and instructive. Agnes
i New line silk, lace, dress trimmings in wal-I
1 'N. L. Bryan, ofYlncksonville, is in at the Baptist chujth last night. braid lace vands applique, dress lace sang a solo, hat was enjo)'(

the city today on yfUiness. Some of them trav/iioc men some goods. the entire t-chool and the children's I Picture

visitors to our civ. anoV some who chorus was Interesting. The paper by ,
r! Standard! Patterns, Fashion Sheet
) \j ANTED Two boarders In live in the conntry. The pastor Miss Zelia Grestam on the golden

private family, centrally located. Address spoke of it and. rt>ught to make then MRS. C. W. BACIie. Prop. text was simply line. It will be published Picture Frames

4 Box %U, city. oct 8-3t reel at home. later in pa phlet form for free
r distribution. f Made Order
can: to
I Will Cobb has res ned his position T. u. Ddwling )-esterda) Frt'm the WcIUmrn SditM l. Evangelist Sat J. White spoke to

reM silk Mays Bros, aml\lll go back to from the Parl \and l< t last night for County Superintendent Wood banded a packed house.lIlt night and he was

Jacksonv..e. Mr. powling report hoard with pleasure. Mr. White U
the farm. i iI us the following nice little report
sat a temporary\ /lIt w..' be erect- from the Wellborn public school, a man of pleajng address fine personality Wall Paper,

- I 3. B. Barton Burned today from ed at once for cuurVns lumber for a which we arc pleased to give to our real Eloquence and strong Cold Drinks
# big mill on t..e s/le / the one that convictions. Ills sermon last night ,
jKksonrllle wheyi he has been readers: I .
f 011 ban s. uurncd last summer. \he new mil "The school Is progressing nicely. marked him as A man of broad CUI-I Cigars and Candies

f will be much larger; \ have a The enrollment's about seventy-five ture and infor} ation. lie is !

greater cutting capacity than the ing twice a In the tent located
*9R SALE-Blackberries Jarred.tS and still increasttg. The ttendance day

cents the quart Including the jar. )Id one. is re pt, :aid the In- across the stiret in front of the court FLA. I3OOK K & ''F fW S CO.

0. B. Lord. terest Is active and gro/Ing. The bouse. / ,
A new building is of the
scnypl mi-it i/ecial Mr. nlJ!/
following pupils mention y announced last night
The school lia\ outgrow It, and the
Mr. and Mrs. W\A. Brown, t : j that Miss AVaterbury, who had been
Live Oak ought\o became vitally Interested y ,
'Ttelma were regist re at the Eth Ifelterday. In the cbarrxcJjaA fJaniel Davis chosen a city missionary, would
In. TheVrq/cnt one, while and Grace Selpb. be here n'a Thursday October 31st, P f COOK Manager
from all appearance is a fairly good l and Owner
Second Grade -Jan s Xeely and ready to begin work first of the
house for a frame /t cture and was
; SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE- Annetta Neely. \ month. I I
a very creditable kuildiJig at the time -
; Leer used only about three weeks; Third 'd{ade- Johf Rape, George Miss Katie{Broome will prepare a
it was erected, is not adequate now. .\ great num /r of our citizens attended -
t bargain; must sell. R. W. Price's Evans andFourth )e>}nJ e. paper for the Sunday school next I
first acquis.tionl that every citizen of
'ton. d oct21.6tTr Grade'Yest Keffe and Sunday and the children will slug the canip meeting at Pine
; town has coie to that \age in its
Ethel Cook." again, also furnish a quartette. The drove )'Ctitenl.|\'. All available carriages -
t developmen that nothing rfcss than a
\ \ / Ballentine and wife of large brick/;tructure wil be In keep We hope to hear from this and congregational tad choir singing! in I and hack \and a number of
/u ItJiTille also the other public schools of the the church last Anight was excellent.It .
came In this morning ing with other things I automobiles went/out at some time
i county quite frequently.9'LEYMDONFXAwT. was from the heart and reach*'?
1 I Jacksonville. during the day. /Many went In the
pm Love the of the battelfield
glory the heart. There was nothing stale'
r ) more than the .temp tfons of wallowing : { : .. ,.n (".t'I/r"t: ofr"- 1 morning and re alned all day returning '
{? Claude Brooks Wived last night I ,
ease. music and represented religion. I{ after the vening service.
r .troll Terrell Ga.. t/Wnd a few days -tad the couch anrf h..1.Iu {

ri 11th Ws sister 1 /. hurman. -- -.- -

1. Y 1 *:: II I : : I i ,:;:::;;,d:: : : ; : II! II ''I "" III : : : ;;;:;: MvNMN,! : III';! I ___..._.. ;: i I: liI:1: :h l illi:: I::
ft r. P. Wood war ent to Tallahas-J

t:j tee Jjrtiy Saturday atternoon nigh/dad( returned yes- I I j "Q," Net "Q" Is Our Motto Em porium Store News. "Q," Not "Q," Is Our Motto i i.

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t btt4' 1 SALE-Two 16-foot rowboats )I I E MJXDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1907. L. 5. t HJWV7WD; Pr 'prl ror. PHONE 159. FREE DELIVERY H
U4 two buggies. Both In good con- --

. I- Itf.ou. Apply to J. J. Kinsman's SUITS. I I'' BOX TON COKSKTS. have a full line to suit all figures, n.TIt.SHOES.. --I

Lwekimith at
popular prices.
shop. dl-wl models in
Special "one-of-a-kind" Furnish the correct foundation for
If you are looking for comfor*. "Ultra" shoes are
tailor-made suits. J12.50 to $25.00. the highest attainment of the dress Everywhere t. '
liar Annie I erfmlng returned They are made of finest broad- makers' art. The high bust, small wear the Royal Worcester "Ad- noted for their smart style. But Ii t

I.T.ttrahig( to hA. school at Fen- clothes, worsteds, cheviots and fancy ut\to" corset. made exclusively i that Is not all. The new J .-

hhoway, after /pen ing Saturday mixtures, lined with satin. for stout women. j I tt".,
d Can are the best money's
Sunday at / I be adjusted in the "Twink- .t.ttr""i
me. The tailoring and trimmings are >
; ling of an eye" to make larger or ; of shoes we have ever \ .;.
found only In i
of the very finest as
:key Hlght0wer. merly with thee suits. smaller. |i their prke. We only
the highest priced
Oak Steam LaL \ ry. but now of I Don't; fail to visit our suit department ) Same as advertised in all the i I to see them. For to see them is: I .IiD
taw, feaeKsg magazines. Prfc
'! Ga.. car down yesterday if you are the least bit Interest eaela. 11.1 to w net a pair. Many smart newtjrlt '? .
s.Ioh ed. Perfect alterations free. '.j 4l now on Bale
1I D line of silk jumper suite .10. r I I
Sample (. ,. I. siLk r.MUIRSKIRTS. Qvalitjr style and comfort are
[j a Tedder turned yesterday .. no two alike $9.9S to $12.98. } I ,I 11
1 p *yhanIV where he has Ii lh I all fold IB the lltra" shoe D'}

I. hSik torte> pastor or five years. g \ ,-.t.; Will year need a bteek silk I popular price $:=.50 to $1.00 g
IL ..
We >te fa in Lve Oak to stay. H I r \.t. '.... ,,;' p Uket this season, if lOw tee I ''f.U .

\ 7U ."?" i, wute are **HlBg at $t..O; i H i

!'*'L GIII. tor ); with the Sou+hsa H M\f\ _.; \\t.h:},\. ,....:\at. t,, .,I. ';;." r..ter $C.99 valaec.Blaek 'I C it- "-'. --

F from Comp 1 vat where, came uj.he H :.t II -Sf} ,' !,\..\.,' '<. .' '.(=1 peruU& ned 1+18,,.....I G H:n: ; sfij :

111 b5 retie. ent for some time. .::. .:l .." .r//1, : ....\ bloxa tkiru. $l.it to $I.... I ",-. ii. '
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little brown bird dog. :: ,.1' -:-=-1i Y' I ,F. .{.i :.: J J
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( d oaths t old, strayed from horn*. ., : : ,. w.1 I ,{ Did you ever have any troubleto l // 11 "
a r his recovery. Horace r; tJ 4 ,- .
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U' /hl" ;"<
thla Had rfik thread just the right "
office. :: \ ; recast -a ht, and flat abdomen effect, ;; 1;

.. r .:H:. JIB. f.4; ..:-.. .,"\ embodied in these garment, are the shade Of coarse you baW.- V"L .U. ,

Q e ved In the city this H '. -i.1'. \ ) Correct portrayal of the latest figure | Can supply any color, in aM:1 .;1 E 1

tbtt, Lon :: lJ} : '. -. renuirpaients. '' n.
Z. Bailey and .
rtA.t t uhides. and by the dozen if you :: ,
( r were married la ;: .; .: j I""t',.e rave secured the agency for i1I -

e nlng at nine I il ,i, '1 I the "Royal Worcerter": I corset- and like .1'!" : ...:::: :._-_. ........MM MM.MN } ..-::. tisF u

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A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced it '
t TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pw .
f t .\erased today may sass jou \ tick spell tomorrow.
The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy] f
College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for ? ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED

all graduates. )%,.. W. A. Wbitewett. Emory, Tex.,
writes: "My child had chills and fever
for tour year We tried all kinds of
SCHOLARSHIPS' i medicines, and finally aa acquaintance of
mine recommended Herbine. We; ns'd
ti three bottles, and the child is now.COf1-

$40 $50 $75 and i pletery cured. You hire my permissionto
$90j4 publish this testimonial as I cheor
fullr recommend Herbine to all mothers
hiving children afflicted. mine."

wmTLem 11:1:1: : l'T.I.OirJXU MM:CIXL nlct'l.\IS. :


. Corner (}hit, ,\\'l'UUl' anti ('ullI'r Street : X bOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

I.. )t. 11.\TT() .. <;. s. STI.:IMII\S, .* $ Suwannee Drug Company.
I President ...1..1"1.10.. "','nd,wtl.r .

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444 I II I 1I111111111I1 I II 11II '''Tl.*..a"1 I III *"III '..*"'..}{..IT..!.T.$+++.}M III 11 i 1 I I f ;J j
:I Now is (the Time (to Visit the(
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Xo fse In It. I Ilamx rdv by Her A'< c. l ular). t'nique

"If you Jicrve your onntry faithfully 'That Bosto girl ffe>ems very frank 1 had a sti\nge /experience one

and In llIge-n :." said the and outspoken dx. last week'

patriot "jouAportipWt may one day \es.. but she\
adorn the engr\v /j1S on our cur- tpade." "I traveled tw ty miles with a ,

rency." What does affeVall it?" Chicago man on railroad train and :

1 "Yes," answ d Senator Sorghum She calls \\I a ns talks implement he only told m/ei\ht times that he I
"but what is ye u\e? Nobody is allowed i used in bu)/lie p\rsuits."-Cletc- i was from jfchicaVo."-Milwaukee .

to hoy a pit a of money long' land Plain osier. Sentinel

enough toJ&ke any interest in the | War Path :=: Air Ship :=: Naval Display
picture on/it.**-Was 'ogton Star. Leite 1| A l."rimllJaltta<'lI ,

forget-Baby is restless can't step at
|I On an inoffensive citizen is frequently j I ;,
\a4ice to Our Customers.We night, won't eat cries pa modically. made in Oat apparently use- will interest and instinct you. Do not

Koley'a are Honey pleased and to Tar announce for coughs that, I[ ,never\ bottle fails ofhlte's to Cream Vermifuge mother less little tube called the "appendix" | fail to go at once. For beautifully illustrated
cure Every
It's generally the result of
colds and lung troubles is not affect- |'hould give her baby White's Cream protracted Ii folder containing maps, iliscrip-!

ed by the National Pure Food and Vermifuge. So many times when constipation Ir King's New following Life Pills liver regulate torpor. tive matter, list of hotels, etc., write to
Drug law as it contains no opiates or
the baby is pale and fretful the I
the liver prevent appendicitis,
other harmful drugs, and y'e recom- I I and
mother does not know what to doA .
establish regular habits of the bowels FRANK C. BOYLSTON
for children
mend it as a remedy -
bottle ,
of this medicine would bring
I 25c at L
j Barclay Groover drug
and adults City Pharmacy I
color to his cheeks and laughter to ,
oct-dw his ejes Give it a trial. Sold by I!I --_. | District Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.

> f Suwannee Drug Co. octdwcr I TliA Ioliticl Came.
The ttulinr Passion I
Great specla\s -I am sorry to tell : "Good, hex\\('n. 3ohn' There are
P.vUttl StOrj 1'roia the Se.tsidtOne '. I,.
)well.ou, but you aj not going to get I thin. paV man in the large :'six:"Don't men under\h be ala/Pied.# bed dear" They'nnot n ATLANTIC COAST LINE I IZ ,

bathing In'
suit standing knee-deep
F : Skinflint Tfeen.\pr goodness sake the water sighed burglars 7be are merely voters
It quit coming pnd sert4 in a cheaper I i: who have mar a n take in gettinga
\Vhy., we ask 3\are you so sad*" THE
doctor.-Brooklyn Lift .. sleeping place to register>r from_ SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE.
,* > "Alas he answered, 'the sea is Baltimore ,VtnericanNOTICK.. .
the grate of ray first \ife." ::::::::!II
Ilk Dear Old Mother. I !d
Our lips curled superciliously: .
'My dear old mother who is now "But jo/are *" >+.
married stain M 1111 i 11 n
wemurmured1' I have sold 1111111 n 1111111 H n n I I I I I t t IIIIIISEABOARD
my drug business to
eighty-three years old thrives ou : \ i iI I

( Electric Bitters," writesV. B. Brun-I I "Yes.yrt bald bt>, "and my\F\COn.t Miss Myrtle Wade, who will continue :

son, of Dublin Ga "She ha* takenthem ,,, wife wj 't go near the water"Londo& the business as heretofore.

for about two years and enjoys Tit-Bits I I assume all the liabilities and will: .

an excellent appetite feels strong and f I collect all accounts due the old Live .
I '
De Witt's Carboltred Witch Hazel Oak Drug Company.
sleeps well. That's the way Electric I
Bitters affect the aged and th!' Pills. Sold by Live Oak Drug Company I thank Di) customers who hula : Airline Railway.

octdw'I been so liberal with their patronageand '
tame happy results follow in all cases

of female weakness and general de- I ask that they eontlnutto patronage .
I rutting a (;. "! ing short.Huth 'I the uMa m. \\'. It 11KLI. Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pines,
Weak. puny children too, are /
:: greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed -\\h>.\Ia ". where's joui I Raleigh, Richmond i Washirgton, Baltimore,

; also for stomach liver and moustache* jC. (;rfatVin>etier.Do Philadelphia and New York.
Jack-Shd\ ' kidney troubles b> Barclay L Grooverdrugt'sti I cocktails.. t\\\y give oc an ap"Ye +

50c setdwI their Kuth faces Oh/vou aT4Jt; ) t It.\., 1 I petits! t TWO\ ELEGflNT DfllLY
n thhag!-:, -for rorkmls." Kansas TRfllNS\

\ October I'k'i UemlanKean City Star. /
: ey Them. '

;. "I always" s" to attract the mar "\Oj's. Laxative Cough SyrapU I, I.'e\R itt's Kidaey sad Bladder PilH Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

tied men sal the sweet joun? a safe, sure' and prompt remedy for
relieve backache, weak kidfte. and
3 thing. roughs and colds and is good fort'Vf'r lnttammtl
"Per hal's 's b '
ause they
> member of the family. Sold by Modem
by Ute Oak
Drag Co. : Pullman
oet-d. .
talk to )'O"flthout axing to think.Chicago : Equipment.
lJte Oak Drus Co oct-dw"'
-- E't'ord-He Id.
I I The proverb a VVt a woman hair

It A Mot Worthy .Article I The Retort. fourleonv was probably originated by a man The Jamestown Line
Mrs who had kftHid Exposition
I When an article has been on th? Knaggs--' hat yes wearin' a seat her hat at the
that >er hat for* theater
market for tears and gains friends Inaggss-Tbut NORFOLI
Mr r s for your first' VA.
seedy year it is safe to call this medicine '
'us6and. I'll! sorry 'e,,, I .-SYd..vnuJletfn 1 Julian Cat-car. Excursion
I I a worthy one Such is Bal : Tickets on S*> le Daily
Urd's Horehound S 'rup. It positively -- was a man of nerve but sickness lea

cures coughs and all Pulmonary its mark and he became aged before ; : For full information and umt
No hone is so pheasant, Sleeper
regardless I of Seaboard reservations ca:: \Jr any
his time. or write.
Sieknees :
; is often
dlsea caused
es One of the best knownmerchants of the comfort that mosey will

" in Mobile, Ala., by a torpid liver. Herbine will regulate : : S. C. DOYLSTON JR.. Asst. fIa.t .
sats: buy as when the entire family is its GenL l'a\il Agent J.,,' ?* :t.

"For five years my family has not perfect health .\ bottle of Orioo your liver and give you health. : III 111 I 1 MinmiiTM .
,, Mrs Carrie Austin, Hollon. ; I ; I I I I I I t I I I IIII f
Kansas | -'
tees troubled with the winter
COHS'.S axative Fruit Syrup costs 59 w* owe this to Ballard's HorehounlHjrup It will cure every member of tue writes: "I consider Herbiee the best I'!
r I know It has medicine I heard you anything to sell? Do want to buy?
saved my children family of constipation>> sick beady ever of I am never I i you
} Have
from many sick spells" Sold :icbe or stomach trouble City Phar- without It.. Sold by Suwannee Drug i you "lost" or "found" anything?

S.j anrie Drue Co oct-dw macs oct-dw' Co, t II I An 'ad
i I : oct-dsv t Daily will meet your demends.

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H; the 5rooffs fn heComwariionI IIII II advice.that One people nice thi ullljr/ten about when being you rich give Is Live Oak, Perry & Gu lf! R. R. Co.

k Sometimes a nj/n" lets a woman i
The Mineral Springs RouteWEdTBOthD .
I think she runs hljftjn order to be able i I

to run her.
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; GCS3 wS Napoleon 2a< nan FIRST CtllS SCHEDULE I rasTcuss 5.4 :..
Bonaparte ,
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II showed, at the battle of Austerlitx.be Frt IFrt I I FFFEC1:1\'E-, I | -
I and ''and Par Paaa P *i [liis, l' O. "a" Pew Pans ."
r was the greatest Leader In the 1'-.?s Pall! : : "bTt""I-i ..

world. Ballard's Snow Liniment has I '3 \ 7 !11 9 5 1, 13-; ---,2 1l $ 14 6 ; |

A MA.M, A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M, A.M A.M P.M P.M P.M,PJW.P.Mon
Sp shown the public it Is the best Liniment STATIONS -
< In the world. A quick for Daily ex Sun Snn Sun De: only I ':DuO.- Sun Sun Sun I Daily ex
cure onl, only Sun I I
I _Sunday only San un only only IT SundayAr
Rheumatism Sprains, Burns, Cuts, Ivs Los 'Lv; veLve. LYe LYe'' : Ar wr Ar_ Ar_ ArJ- Ar. .!:

etc. A C. Pitts, Rodessa, La.,'says: 7 4$It,8 11 1 I 5 ......Li,* Oak__..._... W 25 11 se S t9 : C 00
1 21% i is j.... .. ... .Starr_. ..........10 Wi 1. 557 8 4I01.s 6 33
'I use Ballard's Snow Liniment In my 8I1135,5(21 i r s :a 'Slrreer.--' Mil 255SM1S 5 sa 837| 355 fa
{ : 9 it 25 S : :: : .
s 11 {0 Plstt S5 sat 3 no
family 2/1 d find it unexcelled for sore 8 3&.11 SoIl 9 1.,11' 2 3', S i.? .Lancaster... .. 8 47 11 12 S 42 II 25 3 35. Ii 10

chest, headache, in fact for I Zto l ..... ... : toiS
corns tO u %:>, 9 25 11 StS 'VOl' 40 ;;; 3&1. DvwlingPark 9 11. Z 1. 536 8 lilt! S IS, 1 49

anything that can be reacted by a 9 pa 12 3Itt 9 .. 4 W 5 Sib .... -Chancey 9. 18j 211 S25 608' 3 0:. 3 r;

Particular people whose pride and name and i liniment. Sold by Suwannee Drug .I 91.U9121 12.1: I "! 41 iii 5 II 5 t.ij ........Mayo..._...Day.Junction. 9, 31 I". !50 47 : m 51 5i A; 8963Mt3 Z ,. I.24H .

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Co. octdwSiniiltX 9 31 I II 47 4 6 I! StJo..Tewnwnti. 9 1'1 ]II 011 : t."
9 44 I >> .4 ... y 10/'. MX 240'
pride in product goes into their stationery have I U i. 14 4 4.1: .1, :2tt .. .Smith K .7 !" 14 I Z 231II.
1' !10 : :; III 14ri FeaholIeway "I !I '" I 'ffil 2071'
preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price. for K\i: >Jaim-l. 14 41'i ,14 ,/ I 17 1 IJZ I I. Perry' !S 16| 9 4''I 1 SO ...
"The new boo\ke/per Is a regular I -Iii 11 :: sti, T 1 ..IIanr. '!.'!.Sprinvs. _8 *' 5351_ _

over fifteen years. enc'C Jopeda.: MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH.

Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow "Smart then '' ," .M' P.M P.M ''P'MI' P.M P.M
care "No. very -. St. Louis I LYe I LYe ; L.e Ar Ar Ar
ful methods that make for firmness and perminance are Times. tht\, _'12.Sty:_ I 1M__ ___ 6 4b .....M.a'.J.nmron.. __ 2 I_ 815 255

still used in making ;I Cure il% 55, K 5! II? ........ ..Fl4eraua.. ...... 144 14. 232
color and texture, its remarkable! toughness and erac- Foley's Kidn{ will cure and I i1--,, 'fl1.,0...._...... 1 '736 2 20
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qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the deluxe i nte of kidney trouble that U not beyond 11 151 12 401 R 11 ........ .. _Ahsn_,...... 1 :Ia 1 311 Y 15
for all business medical aid. City Pharmacy ,
and incomparable paper correspondence. --------1-----' -
u'O ex;Sun Sun Sun I ex Sunk I D ex gun Sun Sun Sun 0 ex D ex
Write your letters so that they will compel a reading oct-dw-1 Sun 1 ; Sun On y (fitly Only Only Sun Sun

-write them on I 3 \ ; i 71"7.F 1 ;i T1767S
Some men never find out until too 1 l :

@ @ ((1J! (j?) @ [frJ 00 3 @ [Q) late than proposal.that the woman It was/Wr tHut\ clothes brought on rather the. call Atlantic Regular on any Coast ticket stop.Line.agent.Trains For further scheduled information to connect as with to schedules Seaboard and Air connections Line and

their and J. LEE EXS1CX, ProMent. U. 1*. HOPKINS. Traffic 3Ianarer.
to strengthen appeal to reflect the standing

ofyourhouse o: il !lip/flf\n) ( O/T/ fMlfi costs If you taRe W.Vitfs Kida 'y and .- -

'no more than 9) JlT I l U\J l2)! u\Lfc) ) other i Bladder Pill yea will get prompt FLORIDA RAILWAY

good bond papars: -but no other bond paper will serve relief from backache weak kidney

as well- inflammation of the bladder and
you urinary troubl"w .s treatment Time Table No. 2O

-Qr10IU. SW..D-bM acvI.buWiDc......- African Writing Paper Co. tor 25 cent Sold by Live Oak Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 3D. at 12:01 A. M., 1W7. .

alii II"* n.i-'l/ Ui3p*"<- pr.nuwulbe" Drug Co. oet-dw
.ar.t .)I.uturactnreNorthe (Vllilerwiut
ratrou with tha nameualalpnnt- j .
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irwa c.u.appl iy)' .a-If
inertial Paper in tho World.KISL1 .
I"'U Gyarr ba3tn..s+ let fast Will!''it. CENTkAL. TIHK. MAD VPtulw
\ what the
Even man op to get
29 Mills. tlOLYOKE I -------- -
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I j other fellow hasv/m without putting a taw L I N.. *. '
tariff ow .
: i i LcalLllaly
'forth the other /SJow's energy. ad alTAfluNto I 1" a'" I f'I't'ght ,
; f- Except! Eat rer. Daly Rii.nilar :
Daily '
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The first requisK of a successful A 4 3tt pan L .._,, ..Liy. (lai. .. la :, S PROFESSIONAL CAHDS. LATEST, NEW, ORIGINAL husband is the abiuSy to say nice ; '.4a :: I 41 PM Lw4Kp ,_._.::::::::==::. .l1w.R. .. :.... :..:.... :..:.::: .:tIc : H.Lr.mzo. :: : n. > *p pmI mi

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Made to Order For t old saying which applies with special 11 *x a s'' S 41 p m ( *?.. i Sun Pedro : Lv, 9 Aft a m .t at pmpm
11ai a tn, ( "U niiLv. ..... Sett ItumL ..[......... .. Lv. $ 25 s
OITOl'ONTlCROWN : AND : BRIDGE. I[ Half A Cent Each i force to a sore, burn or wound that's it's nt: 6 In p pmil.v.;] ?_............. ........ .AdwM...... .... ........ .. ....... Lr. t a m n 3 00 u m
1 I 12 1" peal 6l7fii miLs........_._ .... ..ckart w.. .L.. 9 ru a pt 25
WORK. : SPECIALTIES. I!i CupiuJ from any photograph or print forwarded ; been treated with Uc'klea'sr8Iea 12 It p s a 11 p m''......................... ........... Keen ........ .............. ......_...1 w. s a no ;\" pm p m
'' _. __ I i to u* with the order. Name of farty orderingwill I Salve. It's out of s'ght out of mind 12 55 I 6 n. 1.v. ... .... ...K.:I>.rMllo rk.ay.. ... :.:....._. ..::: .. ...:.: S a R 3. I' ..11> i m
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BROO IE be imprinted Postcards on each reproduced card as publisher and: delivered, ithaJJ'HIL i and out of existence. tiles too and ca : I. 5 I m'Ar.: ::::::::::::::::::: :::.::..:... .::: ::: : : :: t:1:' 899 40 pm pm

M.E.. within 10 days from receipt of order copy and chilblains disappear under its healing Luraville Branch
description of cene-for which a maximnn of 50 II
influence. Guaranteed b) Barclay .t:
etem l. ra\ill iiinl ilm3rth.I .
words U allowed. Thutomnile and :'hut tpe <
L.\W.I Iltustrated Groover druggists.! %ic. oet-dw' -
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT Specimen Sheets mailed wtti Jt I w.6 t aAtlawsart
charge, in return for name and address of Party I B..und.
UVE OAK. : FLORIDA. requesting .pccun". writen on any kind of a I 4 ar 1.v. Wtimsrth. .Ar' a
5'tll practice all the eourta of the SUt Spec Picture Postcard or Tour buiincsi U' nery. 109 It is might, har to convince tile SM at amtAr.y ==::====::::::'.. I.araiSr.::'.::'.::: ..==:::::::::-:-_= Ly.l9: o: :::

U mention given to Cunveyancen. OuUvctiwnif : per cent to eau per cent PROFIT Taking Order II average man the\ / baby is worth ae ;
> Beau.. Ett. All business promptly attenjIta. and Selling"AMERICAN"(Trade Mark LOCAL much care as a' \ld dog.A Alton Branch
VIEW PICTURE POSTCARDS. One Exctenve Uet\\. Main jiinl Alton.
Wholesale Distributor and )Manufacturers'.' Agent -, -- --- -_ --
[Photographer v.aJ"r.! Jobber. Local Newspaper I pretty figure' at"tUe bask will Mt I I Bound.Westlanai

Publisher or Printer [WANTED in every city help a woman tScet a hwbafel AS M a m':'!* .. .. .: S's).. Ar. I U l< am-
J. W. WEST town and. vilUiK LIBERAL EXCLUSIVE CONTRACT easily as a pretty figure by nature. >. 5V a m Ar..::::::::::::::::. .::.::.:u:'....::' : :.. :::..Altos .. .. :::::.. :::...::'.::::.::: ::::". .:.:..L_..I I 11: ,0 s m
Write for TEN H-indsume Arkansas '
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Physician and Surgeon. Photosimikt and Phototype Picture P<*t- I \.. Trains Mhrdubil to connect with S.ab.aid Air 1 ire w rat burd and Atla.ieCi at Line northbound
neWHf Carbonized Witch Hate at Live Oak For informat.on rcfiardir.K rates M.huitti sad cMiMctiMM apply *.
cards w.U be sent to any address on receipt of .
T. F. ALSTON.. Svperinicndvnt. K P. \\......w AEO.G. F. & P. AWE
\: .Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. FIVE [Y .1 STAMPS. Save! U good for little burn* and big .
Residency at Ethel Hotel. Artverkan Photocolortype CompanyNot
burns small scratches or bruises and
Pbo e-oll, No, (nc. RvprrJurliunt fur Any Purpose k Any \:
lli8. big ones. Sold bv Lire Oak Dru; !
2etd i Dma Store (tt&day..t GntabUfNO l'. I 337 lIearb nl St. Chica e. 'l.* I Com paD.\. oef-dw

; Co .310... t' E. TwoYA30N Harrison l 4WL. : Most women l,\ {understand- Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Coffee, Sugar, Rice,

halters ulI'icture Pc.tc.rd: Culor..s..r..c- what their ideal Van Is until after
. ] RO'VN & TnO- IASON: graii i, Calenders. Picture fur s.w....... Art I they have marriet.l e other. Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can

, Supph-tnenta. Magazine Coven. Inserts for Bdi I Goods, Paper Bags, etc., in sto:k. 3
.!... tkwn de Luxe. P.ctum tor Franini ArtiHadira.
i it: PHYSICIANS-- or repr'xlucti r. any ;'rpoooe, in toy quantity i When a man Wi plains about not Will keep on hand most of the winter, Apples,
& Sunc
," from loot W. rates. I!i that being hf understood is understpcV>fhe too chances well. arei Grapes, Banannas, Lemons and Oranges.

UTIOAK. : : : tlAMUDA, 1 ; T Yn We have on hand now several cars of flour

: Take something now and then t and can make you some close prices this week for .

WALL PAPER UA 1CJ help the stomach. Kodol will do this. cash. I

It is a combination of natural diges'-
and vegetable acids and When in need of anything in our line call on or 1
When ants con- "to
in need of nice wall pas Laxative Frail Syrop tai'the lame juices fouad in a he*'. write us for prices.Thanking .

::Per call on H. H. PETTY, ata.L"no I thy stomach. It is pleasant to take our customers for past patronage and

:'(& MEEK'S MARKET. Pleasant to take! i Oak It digests Drug what Co. you eat. Sold oct-dw by Lm. soliciting a share of your future orders \I

The new laxative. Docs We are r

;, L. A. CIUWFOllU. nauseate. I A man is not gruMng old until be

-t,- PUBLIC Office STENOGRAPHER Upstairs not Cures gripe stomach or and liver I in begins this to world.realize $vt be has missed live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. i

f. Cit1z'Ds Hank Building, troubles and chronic con- I

;";UtE oAK .:- ... FLORIDA. the I Men get about jpnuch fun out o: .{ OLD A. C. 1. FREICHT DEPOT.*

-'. stipation by restoring ,I studying women af he won o d-> 1 u

.J'T. of the stomach I from studying the ,.,. .
natural action I \"tnl\1"I, .1""J"e" >:'< f t .j : .r If It" : t.a !
.: J. LYLE I I quarter, wi t !i..t- 'n 'Ku. 1"
liver atvi bowels. i I A (}Art!.

1- Practical 1 this is to certify that all dr'iggisr
Price SOo.

tfTCH AKE AND JEWELER RefUfJe- --.ubatj'ul'-- are authorized to refund your mono Use the best Brick i in the State.IT'S l

consumption result if Foley's Hoaey and Tar fails tf' .
year s ezperience In most cases
Improperly cure your cough or cold. It stop
atoctof neglected
Patchas from a
/ always banJo
.-"- .. nn treated cold. Foley's Honey and Tar j the cough heals the lungs and pro MAIZE BY i 14

-'j; .. ., cures the most obstinate coughs and !scents serious results from a coHI
prevents serious result It costa I, Cures la grippe cough and prevents The Callahan Brick Co. Callahan Fla.] ,

l'3 PRESS1N1 CLUB you no more than the unknown pre- ,int-unconia and consumption. Con ,.
Mine no >ia eThe; cenuinp i* -
Ott parations and you should Insist up- oi __' __
Work on short RP'USO "il1-' 'I
noticd. \-Uow i-ar'.r-ee
the yellow
.81 on having the genuine oct-dw* City Pharmacy. oct- w' W. H. Goodbread/ Live Oak Fla. Gen'l for Oak
: : : Phone 222 package. City Pharmacy

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'- TUE sUWsrtNEE DEMOCRAT 3ICNfl.tY..OCTJnE 1907' : .

I r.z .'. E. J. BlUME, 1st Vice'-Pr: i.dent. :- J. B. BARTON, President. -4 ..rl. M. WOOD,11hKaLlfrrnR ,, Com. I.
D. L BYRD,-"., -nd Vice-President. V.;. .> 'A'.

: '.a 'j" 'I Capital Stockholders Y-! Liability, $100,000.00. !', : r:_
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i'BANK/g: s STABILITY: > !r.i "' *1A/E S LlCI-rfOURBUSINE. '.

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4 ipi l."= .value to yc&feself: and your' sociat s. "* :''

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.1't: '\ .I! all-wool, when your'ift'ie\, ds are, wearing* part if .'

cotton will be worth something to :' ** y
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h If *e get these clothes on we'll be ctdk
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I Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner & Marx : ,' ive OaI, co : Plorida.


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The German Bakery, :illli E --
L t : FALL I SHERE.!, 'to
: Bread, Rolls, Pies and Cakes ; 'E3 i i" :" '
and all the products of a first-clas bakery. .I'i:10, "!?': .'. .. ; H I1o W ARE[ YOU flxn[ fnR c rlnTUIJJr11?
Fresh Every Day. Courteous treatment 3 J 7:, 'f T' I
will accorded all. Your patronage solicited ." _i to:' i' -- I

ji J. RUBENSTEIN. Proprietor.. ;I'ln i ; rf"i : We have bought a better line of clothing for Men, .
: ; Voung Men and boys, than before. \
J I. .rJ, ever All the. l Idlest
*' 11 ... 10 t "".'; :. shades of browns, grays and mixed. .
t"lilt lilt II MM tMimiHIH l U 1I1t++*'*+* J =.io; ;;:n
..----_ -" : Do you belIeIn Physical Culture? Then let us i i
I" f U! fit you with a suit of

Live Oak f M'f'g. Co.Manufacturers III The Lawrences' Model Made
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g Clothing. ?,.
'.- of JI' H i ; They fit like tailor made garments. I r

l\\) Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, :II iii.E3 :ifj ti _;\;I, "-I; made We good have and a strong strong line for of wear.Youths and Boys suits, I f

Power\ and Turpentine.Electric 1E3 't Take a look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they arc

Lights in any part of the city furnished for n.... .fine. .
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. I0 : : : ,
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing E3 I r- J

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Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spcV" 3 S J WHITE
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cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.;; F U RN I ISH.E R.
We will give you gcod prices on low j grade ceiling ana W l &\ r
flooring. Come and get our pries -;. ========= =====t===='--'---....-,-- -_---.--
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