Live Oak daily Democrat

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Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Evening Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 2, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833


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

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of Dual County Gets Telegram 1w
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t == With Other
States Same
from the Governor'sirate -= -. Having.

Secretary.jactsondlle = Problems

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l Fla., Nov. 2.-At lastIt -- ----- -- Atlanta, NOT. Thorough cooperation

-. in methods to be pursuedIn
li teems as If Dock Mack the convicted -
the enforcement of laws regulating -
the of
negro Is to pay penalty -
railroad passenger fares la the
bin crime of criminally assaulting a ----- -
states of Georgia Alabama and North
white woman in this city on
it, young -- '
March 2d last notwithstanding the Carolina, was. agreed upon today At

a conference held in this city between
effort to save his I fee Jle was con-
1 the of those states. After
":, ricted in th 'rc t urt and the governors
the Supreme ----- =::;. a discussion, which began at 9:30
1i conviction a P
his morning, and which lasted until
t was granted bydajs. -
Court and r p
late this afternoon, with but brief
the GoTerno 0 rtr -=::? I
The follow elgram has been re- -= interval for luncheon, the three chief

I executives reached an agreement and
telvedby She if Bowden: -
; -- the meeting was adjourned. *
i Tallaha ee, Fla., Oct. 31, 1907. -r
I r ; In a statement given to the Associated -
T. F. Bowden, Jackson-
To Sheriff
!R 1 Press tonight, signed by the
tine, F :
three governors, it Is said that not
State Joard of Pardons refuses to
JJS only had they arranged to "cooperate -
; toterferl In Dock Mack case. This
in the investigation of facts and
: leaves ae death warrant effective at ---
f ( -- law connected with the duty of our
tkteni of thirty days' reprieve froni -
states to the public and to transportation -
October 9th. DANIEL A. SIMONS, --
S ( -. I companies," but that they would
Secretary. == -
..=:;:? also co-operate with other states
) which have the same problems.
BURNED TO A CRISP. -#' 7) ..::7'

Better Fire Irotection.
gbocking Death of a {'oIOrt'tl'oman ;2s --

: Near Gainesville. The fire of Thursday fully demonstrates ;

the fact that Live Oak is in
(Gainesville Sun 31st.) F.x
great need of better fire protection.
Information has Just been received -
it l 6'S A While Chief Horry Hair and his boys
here of the horrible death of Bet-
did good work In saving one house
Iii"Robeson. colored, fifty-five )'ears"aI' -Tnq,_in- NCM York _Pr.... It was a difficult matter on account of T
-- -- ----
which occurred at the homed
ALL SALOONS CLOSED.Itri.tol PREDICTS: UNION OF METHODISTCIiriCCIIES. not having hose enough. Then the
ker brother, Charles Simmons,
MERCHAMTS[ \WANT THEM town needs more water plugs and
h uar Gordon where she has been i
Tonu., NoM iry-Itig Husiness last, but not least by any means
IIIkmC her home for the past fewJftrL ...
Iti hop ll<>vs Looks for Uniting of here
IHnie In List Few D.ijs. urgent need for a betterire
dsla. The death was caused by theaa'a
Bristol Tenn., Oct. 31.-The last North and South. alarm system. The present ones
? clothing: becoming Ignited THE ('EItT11'1AT1.: IssfKU P.V
Philadelphia Oct. 31.-Four hundred -
inadequate, and also dangerous to
of the twenty-five saloons which Bristol -
..j her body was burned to a crisp .\TI..nTIe II1\KINJ IIOI'SK Methodists applauded E.
had only a few months ago will Bishop lives and should be done away with
btf ore aid had ever reached her. bE" closed tonight, thirteen K. I-loss. of Tennessee when he predicted and an alarm be either placed at the
woman, who was a widow at the banquet of their SocKl (
1itk more establ hmentjy W11 go out of water works station or worked from
several children was living with Union that in a few tears the Methodist be Court house tower. A hose
te brother \istence. ffhe sa' ere voted USED[ FOR BUYING COTTON : wagon ?
Simmons a proCalve Episcopal Church North and the
1 with a supply of hose
out of Bristf.1 a fe/ months ago All good and
colored farmer of that sec- Methodist Episcopal Church South
trains ha\elbeenr crowded witb. passengers a pair of horses could be secured at

' ; ,!!OAs la the custom Simons frouVwjJast Tenjyx?
:, *hk kU children and\he chilI en of southwest Virginia, lira hundreds of II I \'t'r) lV'|'iilar fiirencj Mt-ftluints: i The Bishop said that even though want to build a fire station at present -
ae Ylctltn, ate br ikfast andVent to ersons have car' d away ackagei .\.lv -His.- that They Will Take I the organic union should be delayed She it could be quartered at one of
: to work, 'iwng tbp woman The mat I'ash \"...hlt'I I would welcome a federationscheme the livery stables at a reasonable
> attend t of whiske.jylrfle daily shipments
: t theseh d duties. whereby all the ecclesiastical
cost and could be depended
have crowded the cars. upon
lea express
one th ''childn! left the :
I kId activities might be controlled. while the present equipment is such

.. to co to inn 1 he scovered the Atteata, Ga., Nov. !.-The during "litdeed" be added, "I would be as to demand the use of outside
Roman Kn< \t ill,' SahMtiis <'lo MHl.Knoxville e
dying /
I the and burned to House certificates issued by the so satisfied with this that I \\'001.1sin drays and other help for it is impossible -

HEM I .- a gyp, one of he/stockings still Tenn., Oct. 31.-More Atlanta banks are very popular. ,; 'Lord, now letest Thou Thy. for the boys to pull them y i

satokIng' than 100 saloons in Knoxville closed Merchants are advertising that they servant depart in peace for mine e"Sha'e through the sand, and at night no

; 'o Particulars If this awful ac- tonight, as a result of the application will accept these in any amounts, seen Thy salvation.' drays are to be had, so it puts the

S "wt could be Ie/rned, as there was of the Pendleton law by which citiesof large or small, same as cash. Bishop hoes spoke of the South fire laddies to a great disadvantange.Chief .
i j' ; one present when it occurred. The Tennessee can reiicorpufate without Several cotton buyers in this section which he represented as being so lIorry Hair has worked hard i.

:j*Due Its, and it is supposed that into quiet and whiskiesare, be-Inyold at supplied with a roll of jhe oerti-i':'carevwhether Bryan or Roosevelt is better equipment and a better way ;

,00 :'14.* "j her clothing became ignlt- any price. Tie people votfti on the ficates. and wherever cotton was elected President." of notifying the people of fires,

} then she ran Into the ward be- law by specialegislative enactmentlast :,I found for sale the purchaser gladly I' Concerning Roosevelt's recent trip could be able to cope with the situation.

:.?* ndted. and fell into a fit be- I March. 7 took the Atlanta money. ;, in the South Bishop Horn said that Let U.J City Fathers look into

-MIlt she could cry for assistance. The election in filch voters expressed the Pn'.idE"nt'as "spectacular." this
roffl be Local merchants are advertising in matter, and act before it is

eMiid > body was terribly charred their i>sire to abolish all the papers that bills can be paid I II I A too late.

the coroner did not deem It saloons was he d in March and by and goods bought with the &ew I A dispatch Sanford from Sanford Trajjedy. to the We are liable at any time to beconfronted Y

1 liar.01) i > hold 1 an inquest after the nearly 2,000 Majority the temperance money. with a fire that would doa > F
Tampa Tribune
2 tiil .* had been learned. forces won tie day. For the past few The entire two millions of certificates I Last great deal of damage and cause a -
Saturday afternoon this city
unfortunate woman was days saloons have held bargain sales have been printed and are in' and heavy loss to property owners, and
"" the surrounding country were
'. Wednesday afternoon. and many tonight did not have suf- the hands of the manager of the shocked by a fearful tragedy. W. A. we would be powerless under the

l1b'tI.Tl ficent stock to supply demands The clearing house. They will be issued, Vaughn, while racing with his young present system to fight it. Then an- I

J _G THE PRESIDENT: closing of the saloons was featuredby to any bank calliag for an additional er brother. Arthur. was thrown from other item to bear in mind is, with

1ddres. speeches made in different bars supply, upon making the required his horse and killed iaUntly. He better fire protection, insurance

Seer OB Letter antI Willn- by jug processions and by hilarious deposit of securities.In was thrown again the stump of an rates would naturally be less. ,
to the Law for but no serious disorder oc Let '
singing our hustling Board of Trade -
tree, his
:114tntpoUs! orange head being split
Ind.. Oct :31.tsitb .- curred. our write-up of the big rally at open by the blow. His death followed and City Councilmen get together #

t.4 Jl6etoua Siding defamatory the courthouse Thursday night bv after a few feeble gasps, he rev" and devise some plan to give ns a

h through the DIAMOND IN AI'I'LH. oversight )lr. W. R. Letcher's name' i speaking a word. better fire equipment and thus helpus

that omitted from the list of ne'v to be able to fight flrea
bly "matt ressed a letter to was i Ous Vaughn as he was familiarly more systematically -

t"f Fu 101'10. Eiecuot Virginia Girl KimK Cent In lYiiit Mia! members joining the Board of Trade '!called, was the eldest SOB of Atex- and thus facilitate matters I

.: i"' foe gton" Chart Took to ><'Ii
[ of the Mirror will Bo'dton'a.Oet., 31.-Miss Annie the correction today. : three years old' He leaves a wife na IAX.

;;:'"I- ll United States grand Turpin, daughter of P. L. Turpia. a and four small children to mourn his 54.J

, I \ t month0 merchant of tnis iPla k U1 published made the Democrat a pleasant call' for Live Oak that
by Dyer is apple to schrol oe day last week The accident occurred near the we want done. ;

: ,4::' "scientific eugenics" and on cuttiiu it. A u f a stone. apparently yesterday afternoon Mr. Webb Informs home of the deceased two miles from Like the chorister they can pitch

. r .temeat of the race by a dj\mond. ) 'one of the as that he will ia the future town, as the young men were racing the tune and lead the song but if

i to those advocatedthe seed cells of the yf&*. The other make his home in our city. We are from the butcher pen to the house. the symphonic strains of glad prosperity -
'" v of free love The body ever ring out with real meaning -
, 'b a cult. cells of the core 'ere filled with seed very glad to have him come among was taken to his father'shome
IOcfalist. The letter from which the funeral service every man in town mwst join in !
hit'OPened The stone cuts glass and looks as us. and extend to him a hearty wet the
the were conducted song.
offense be- Monday afternoon
"' t\\address it was once set in a ring.
51t ftJ .,, ill Itself. Djerde- I come. by Rev. J. F. McKInnoa, assisted t-Jt

t "rot In Jan"rather by Rev. I). B. Sweat. A large I). J. Mills, a pfWsiMetr IIast i

bls OPinion of the Pres Mrs. Beaver of Suwannee Station, "Get bus"'" may not eb good compan* of sorrowing friends of the <> Ros-Varg, :is in the city today' trading -

is here today shopping English. but its good advice family attended the services. ,

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Tax Collector Duplicates of which have been Died ci ..
Issued ,
on the first day of October, A. D. 1906, and WHAT PURPOSE. Period of Lie .
with the County Judge for the period beginning : TO WHOM ISSXED. FOR ::
and ending on the 1st day of October A. D. 1907. 3c

From To I E..:;: 00
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-Q Period of Lie. L I v >. 1'9L1V.. Wells . . ('Merchant, stock less than.$3,000,0ct llOctlj 9.001 S
:: TO WHOM ISSXED. FOR WHAT PURPOsE. n :; 130'James Williams . . 'Merchant: stock less than. $l,000Oct, 1''Oct. I| 3.00 lS

o ,S'd. 1 ,S ::: 131'J. L. Barnes . . (!Merchant,. stock less than. $1,000Oct; .;;Oct I1iXilV 3.00( lS
c From 1 To ;l r: 0 :! J. Johnson . . Ierchant. stock less than. $1.000,0ct 1;;Oct 1' 3.00 l.i
z 133,'Lewis Washington I..Merchant, stock less than. $1,000Oct.; 1 Oct 1, 3.00 )U134'Clemon

}11906119071| | I I1'ScottStewart & Langston .. Merchant, stock less than. $1.000,0ct l.Oct, 1; 3.00 U13S

,' . . .I Merchant stock less than. 1000Oct.; 1,Oct. $3.00'$1.50' !John Robinson ,.Shows . . . . . . ;,Oct. l;Oct. 1150.00| =$.|

2 Betsy Bradfield . . !.Merchant stock less than. $1,00'Oct.3IOct.. 1\\ 3.00 1.50 iSfi,J. C. Brock . :Merchant stock less than. $1.00o,0ct, l.Oct 1 3.00U
3 Alberta Taylor . . .Restaurant accommodation for four, 137'W.; S. Tompklns" Merchant stock less than. $$1.000Oct. 1,Oct 1 3.00 U13S'Bardln

I persons . . .'. . . ,Oct. l,0ct, 11 5.00 .50 & Edwards I.Real estate agents . . . ,Oct. 1OCll,10.00, It

4 r W. D. Frederick . . One pool table . . . . .Oct. 1 Oct. 10.00 5.00 139 lBL.; Stewart . Merchant, stoek less than. $1,000 Oct 1,Oct 1 3.00 M
5 W .D. Frederick . . ,,One pool table . . . . ,.Oct. l;'Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 140!The Worth Stephens Co. Merchant, stock less than.$17.000:0ct.: 1:Oct 1 44.00 HI

6 W. D. Frederick . [One pool table . . . . .Oct. lOctl;; 10.00 5.00 141 James Willis . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000Oct, 1:Oct 1 u
1 G. M. Brim . . . ..Merchant, stock less than. l,000Oct, IjOct. 3.00 1.50811ke 14*,So. Bell Tel. & Teleg. Co. Furnishing telephones . . Oct. 1:Oct 1,' + $./

Middleton . . ',.'Merchant, stock less than. $l,000,0ct, 1|Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 143D; T. O'Hara . . Merchant stock less than. $1.00oOct;, 1;Oct 1, 3.00 Ll

9 Mrs. Me. Barrow . Merchant, stock less than. $$1,0000ct. .,]Oct. 1liOct. i 3.00 1.50 144'\V. J. Reynolds . . ,:Merchant stock less than. $1.000,0ct, 1;Oct 11| 2.00 1.5U5

10'Ike Middleton . . ([Keeper of hotel for 13 persons ,,Oct. \ 5.00 %.}0 -lallery & Moore Merchant stock less than. $$1.000,0ct HOctl; ( 3.00 2i

111A. S. Peterson . . ,Merchant, stock less than. $lOOOOct. 1 Oct. 1\\ 3.00 1.50 U6'J. D. Shaw . . . Operating one turpentine still . [Oct .;Oct. 115.00':5.( '

1%\|n. B. Banks . . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000Oct,, 1,Oct. 3.00 1.50 H71s.'! B. Chesnutt Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct I,'Oct. 11+ 3.001u
13 J. I. Johnson . . Merchant stock less than. 1000oct., 1;Oct. 1' 3.00 1.50 148,Porter & Dexter . . :.Managers of a theatre . . .,Oct ItOct! 50.00 2J |

14 A. L. Ivey . . . .lerchant, stock less than. $l,000pct, 1.Oct. 1 3.09 1.50 J. Hackney & Co . ,Merchant. stock less than. $S,000Oct IOCt.114.00\U: | \ :eISO'G
15!J. R. McDaniel . ( Merchant stock less than. $1.000oct., .|;Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 G. Register .Luerchant, stock less than. $2.000Oct, 1((Oct. 1', 6.00 II
16 W. S.' Hodge . . ..1.11Ierchant.. stock less than. 2,000Oct. .'Oct. 1 6.00 3.00 1511Horn & Key stock less than. $5.000Oct|! | 1115.00' UIS'R.

17 Geo. Wolfe . . . I in pistols, rifles, etc. . ,Oct. 1!Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 ; G. Thompson.Merchant stock less than. $1.000P't. IJOcL: 3.0o U
18,,Geo. Wolfe . . 1 jMerchant, stock less than. 6000Oct. 1,Oct 18.00 9.00 IsSiR. F.! Crittenden ;..Keeper cf restaurant with 20> seats,,0ct i Oct li 5.00 U151C.

19\5.\ J. White . . . 1 Merchant, stock lesa than. $$3.000Oct, lOct 1 9.00 4.50 ; W. Rogers . . i .Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct. .,Oct. la) 3.00 U1551A.
20 Suwannee Drug Co . .1 Merchant stock less than. $4,000Oct., 1 Oct. 12.00! 6.00 ( A. Tison . . . ..Merchant stock less than. .. 1000oct., 1 :Oct 11, 3.00 u156W
21 Barclay & Groover . 'Merchant, stock less than. $:!$2,000Oct.! I Oct II 6.00 3.00 ; B. Burnett . . ;Keeper of boarding house 12 rooms,Oct lOct: 5.00 15151H.

22 Fla. Book Supply Co.. . 'Merchant, stock less than. $2.000Oct, 1 Oct. 6.00 3.00( ( J. Cannon -. . . .jKeeper. of Livery, Feed and Sale! I 11
%Mays Bros . . . ..Merchant stock less than. $2,000Oct: 1 Oct. 1\\ 6.00 3.00 I I stable with 8 horses . . ,Oct 1;Oct. 1 10.00 SO

24 J. B. Evans . . JMerchant, stock less than. $2,000Oct. 1 Oct li 6.00 3.00 158.Jim. Porter . . . }Merchant stock less than. $l,000,0ct llOct; Ii 3.00 l.S
25 Surrency & Powers . (Merchant, stock less than. $ $1.000Oct! 1,0ct. ( 1.50! 159Warren! Sheffield . . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000Oct; l/Oct. 1\\ 3.00 LS
26 M. L. Burnett & Co . (Merchant, stock less than. $10,000Oct., 1)Oct 130.00 15.00 160F.: H. Washington . i, Merchant stock less than. $1,000;Oct liOct! 3.00 U
27/J. M. Strickland . .1(Merchant, stock less than. $2.0 00,Oct. 1 Oct 1 6.00 3.00 161 Newton & Cox . . ,Merchant, stock less than. $1OOOOct., .:Oct 1)) 3.00 U

28 J. W. Cobia . . (Merchant, stock less than. $1,00'.Oct 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 162: 'Washington Paul . ,:Merchant stock less than. $1.000pCl IfOct! 1''; 3.00 U!
29 S. Powell . . . Ierchant. stock less than. $1.000Oct IOct. I 3.00 1.50 163Broome, & Turbeville 'Merchant: stock less than. $l,0000etl,000Oct; .;Oct 1; 3.00 U'
30 Live Oak Telephone Co Furnishing telephone stock less| I 164 Hart & Whigden . . Merchant stock less than. $ l0ct! 1f! 3.00 1.1
I than . . . . . $1.0000ct. 1 'Oct. 1 I 10.00 5.00 165 R. I. Robinson . . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000Oct .;,Oct 1 3.00 1St
31 'Bill Burke . . .I.Merchant stock less than. $1.000pct. I Oct. 1llOct. 3.00 1.50 166,Hart & Chancy . . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000:0ct: liOct 1 3.00 Ut

32 Bill Burke . . . .Keeper of hotel . .- . . ;.Oct ," If 5.00 2.50 16A. \\.. McLeran . . :Merchant stock less than. $7,000(0ct; IIOct.lj1.001lS'16S | ;;
33jC. A. Grover . . :'Merchant stock less than. $:!.OOOOct., 1!Oct 1 6.00 3.00 Frank Kennert Jr . .1( Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct. .;Oct 11! 3.00 LSi169jtfcs.
34 Smart 11cDanielIerchant.,"tock less than. $1.00'OCt. IjOct( Ij 3.00 1.50 ; J. I. Morgan . .1(.Merchant stock less than. $1.000.Oct .{\Oct 1HOct '' 3.00 1St

35J.) D. Radford . . Merchant: stock less than. l,000Oct lOct: 1 | 3.01)11.50 170J;' J. RaMin . . .I( \Merchant stoch. less than. 1,000 ,Oct. ; 1+ 3.00 1.5t
36 Helvenston & Hayman .: Merchant stock less than. $2,000tOct. l.Oct; ; 6.003.0:) 171 William Alexander . 'Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 ...ct liOct!; 11 3.00 1.11

31 C. S. Simpklns . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 ,Oct (,Oct. II 3.00\ 1.50 I72'\llen,,' Woods . . ;;Merchant, stock less than. $1,000lOct, 1,0ct., 3.00 LS

38,E. A. Crawford & Co . (Brokers, stock less than.$10.0000ct. ;Oct. 110.00, 5.00 l73Max! Hall . . . ,Keeper of Livery Feed and Sale} 1j+
39,,G. W. Townsend . . Merchant stock less than. $1.00UOct., 1;Oct II 3.00/ 1.50 j I ( stable 2 horses . . . (Oct 1=Oct 11'Oct 5.00 UI

40 Thomas S. HarrisIerchant., stock less than. $1.000 Oct. L.:Oct. 11! 3.00 1.50 174,C. B. Olliff & Son . (Merchant, stock less than. $2,000Oct. 1, 6.00 JH1H
41 J. I.'Cobia . . . :Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct 1'Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 175 C. B. Olliff . . . 1 jMerchant, stock less than. $2,000 Oct. l.Occ.; 1 6.00 '
42 Mrs. C. W. Bache . Merchant stock less than. $:.500 :Oct IjOct 11| 9.001| 4.50 176,1. O Brokerage & Com. Co.:Merchant stock less than. $4.000,0ct: l,Oct 1.12.00 CMLSI

43/Suwannee Hardware Co. :Merchant stock less than. $20,000Oct; ;Oct. 1'50.00 25.00 177 G. j' Lee . . . |j\Ierchant. stock less than. $1,000,.Oct ,'Oct 1'': 3.00

44,Suwannee Hardware Co .I(Dealer in pistols rifles, etc. . Oct. 1 Oct 1,10.00, 5.00 17S'M. E. Broome . . .Lawjer . ... . . . Oct 1 Oct 10.00 5."
45)Hopson & Co. . . ,Keeper of hotel 25 rooms. . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 13.00)) 7.30 179 'Frank Martin . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct. .;Oct 1': 3.00 1W
461E. A. BurdickIerchant., stock less than. $4,000Oct. 1 'Oct. 111:.00' 6.00 ISO E. C. Horn & Co . . ;Merchant, stock less than. $1,000Oct.: 1 :Oct 1 3.00: LSI
47 Mrs. E. :\. Lawler . Merchant stock less than. $%.0011,Oct 1 Oct. 167F. 6.001 3.00 151 J. 11. Johns . . . :Merchant, stock less than. $1.0O0Oct., l.Oct, : 3.001| LJ!
48/D. B. Caswell . . )Merchant stock less than. $1,0000ct 1'Oct. 3.001| 1.50 152 11. S. Thompson . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Oct. lOct l' 3.00 U'
49,H. I. DIackburnIerchant., stock less than. $10,000Oct.: 1,Oct. 1;30.0015| .00 153 Eugene Hawkins . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oct li; 3.00 1.5

50'G.. Potsdamer . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000pct. 1:Oct. li!i 3.00); 1.50 1 S-I'A. L. Chapman . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 ,Oct 11 3.00J LSI

51City, Pharmacy . . Merchant, stock less than. $2.DOOOct, l+Oct li 6.001 3.00 1N5 W. E. Flo>d . . . ,:Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct. lOct 3.00 1.51
52 E. J. Blume & Co.Ierchant., stock less than. H.OO'JOct. 1 ',Oct. 1 21.00l0.50| H6'T. I. McIntosh . . .Merchant. stock less than. $2,500 Oct. lOct.: ll I 9.00 4.51

53+Thos. V. Parrish . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oe'Oct.,, : 11 3.001| 1.50 1!>7;Spencer Clark . . ,Keeper of restaurant/10 seats.Oct.;, 1 Oct 1', 5.001 2.51
54 Miles Cambridge . . :Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct 1,Oct 11 3.00i; 1.50551R. ; 1S> S. F. Parnell . . ,Merchant, stock lwr1 s than. 1000Oct., 1 Oct. I, 3.00 1.51

M.: Silas . . . ,Merchant, stock less than. $1.00\J'Oct. Oct.,: 1 3.001, 1.50 1S9 li. F. Hays . . . Merchant, stock/fees than. $1,000Oct. lOct, 3.00 1.51
56 G. W. Drandy & Co . Merchant stock legs than. $1,0000ct. 1 ;Oct. 11 3.001 1.30 190W. F. Farnell ( of LKery. Sale and Feed! i I l

57Wlliam| Scott . . . Merchant stock less than. $1ON0Oct 1 Oct 11| 3.00J: 1.50 i I stable 4 bOrses : . . . (Oct. 1'oct' I' 5.00J %.S'
58jj. C. Crawley . . .Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct 1 :Oct II 3.00J 1.50 191 ,G. W. Urastead .S..theeper. i iMerchan /stock less than. $l,000Oct 1 Oct. I', 3.00j 1.5.
Bros. . . :Merchant stock less than. $$4.000Oct. 1;Oct. ll2.00)! ) 6.00 192 G. B. tickler . .Keeper/bf Livery Sale and FeN. I I I

I 601E.; S. Tellock & CoIerchant., stock less than. 2000Oct. lOct : 6.00' 3.00 j \ \ ( stab] '' 8 horses . . . ,Oct. lOct, 1,10.001 SH
61: lIs1.. V. Edwards . Merchant stock less, than. $:.000 Oct. 1|Oct. 1 ; 6.00J; 3.00 193 Jas A Wjche . A .\Meyi ant, stock less than. l,000Oct. 1 Oct. I(: M

62 Y. Y. Hingson . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000oct., 1 ,Oct. 11, 3.00)) 1.30 194 Ezelle & Walker . \ >M/rchant, stock less than. l,000Oet, Oct I 3.001 LSI
63 J. M. Brock . . . :Merchant stock less than. 1000Oct. 1 Oct. 1. 3.001) 1.50 195 Smith & Baker . .\.JBeVchant. stock less than. $1.001JOct. 1 Oct 1' 3.00 1.H

64 J. E. ThomasIerchant.. stock less than.. 1000Oct., 1:0ct.l: i 3.001| 1.50 196'Phillips & Allen . J/i t erchant, stock less than. $1,000 Oct 1 Oct. 1 3.0011.5'
65 A. E. L. Fort . . Merchant stock less than. $1,001) Oct. 1 ,Oct. 1 3.001| 1.50 197 F. J. Edwards & Co J rchant, stock less than. $1,000 ,Oct.rcnant. 10ct.1 3.00i 1S4
6 6[Standard Oil Co..Merchant, stock less than. $1.000o't., ioct.; l' 3.00 1.50 19S J. X RosberryEdward . stock less than. $1,000 Ort 1 Oct. I 3.001 1.M
| HubenstelnIerchant., stock less than. $3.000 Oct.$300Oct. I'Oct. 11! 9.00 4.50 19 : E lessor 'l,er of restaurant. 20 seats . Oct. I Oct. I 5.0 tM
6SiJ. C. Lyle . . . Merchant stock less than. ; 1 Oct. 11, .OOI 1.50 200vV'. W. Zandns CS. chant. stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oct. I' 3.0 1.
69\P. L. Bridges . . Keeper of restaurant 20 seats. . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 ,; 3.00'! 2.50 Ol 'd A. Cox. :" .1,11 agt. for State Life of Rome Ga.Oct.. 1 Oct U: :.1M

70 D. A. Dunaway . . 'Keeper of Livery Feed and Sale '! :'! i _0'2 'tl r Iose: & h' 'chant. stock I less than. $2.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 6.00 3."
stable. S to 12 horses . . ,Oct.71Clegg 1 ,Oct. 1'13.00' 7.301.5o ::03 C Ii. (AViitfie :\ ichant stock less than. $ .000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.0 LM
& Knowles . )Merchant stock less than. $1.00IJ'Oct. 1 Oct. I' 3.00 ::0-4.J. '. I\\Ian. . \ I chant, stock less than. l,000Oct: ; 1 Oct. 1 3.00.M:;

72JFla.! Livestock &VehlcleCo. Keeper of Livery. Feed and Sale: I I! I If _II:. ;1.0 & ham. kers, stock less than. $10,000Oct., 1 Oct. I 10.09; 5."
I (corporation) . . stable. 19 horses . . ... Oct. Oct.; 1 :!25.00'1'! .30lOot. _ot; .loh .lack. . . h per of Livery, Sale and Feed! ,

.3'Fla. Live Stock &VehicleCo.; I 1 : I able. 4 horses . . . . .Oc 1 (k-t. I 5.0i1
((corporation) . . )Merchant stock less than. $4.0000et. 1 12.00' 6. ) >hnrksbn . 'Merchant, stock less than. $1,000O I Oct. 1 3.00, 1.H
74Suraskl, Bros . . )Merchant stock less than. $4.000 Oct. 1 O<-t. 1 12.09: C.I _Os 0. 1It1'1 aug it';,chant, stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Or'l. I 3.0, I.M

75Lite Oak Auction Co. . Merchant stock less than. $1,900 Oct. l.Oct.; 3.00,, 1.5' "uy; SU 0\ s . . . DOR and bony show . . . Oct. 1 O'r. 1 I0.00S.N
76C.,, J. flanker . . Keeper of restaurant. :20 seats . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 5.00, 2.50' :Jl" \b ::1 N son . . Traveling dealer . . . . :Oct. 1 Oct. 1 50.00'lS.M
. 77B.| P. Coachman & Co. Keeper of Livery: Feed and Salt Oct. Oct. 1 ,15.00 7.5-) "' 11 1fIZjl) nis rah m . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oft I 3.00, 1.11

I I stables S to 12: horses . . I 1 I F J* 'h . . :Merchant stock less than. l,009Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.Ot'I.M
7SCaleb, S. Simpkins .*. Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct. 1 Oct. 11 3.001! 1.50 tfr.a\\ rr'nee nble . Merchant, stock less than. $1.900Oct. 1 Ot 1 3.09 I.M

79,G. II. Tillman . . )Merchant stock less than. $1,0000ct. 1 Oct. IJ 3.00, 1.50 ;: 4 \\' 1\iam\ ( . . ,.Merchant, stock less than $1,0001kt. 1 0<'t. I 3.0U' l.l
I SO O. D. McMuller & Co . )Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct. 1 Oet. 11, 3.001,! 1.50 .r :. Homer T . . Merchant stock less than. $1,0OO.Oct. 1 Oit. 1 3.W, U'
SIZE.\ S. Ingram & Co. . Merchant stock less than. $1.009Oct. I 'Oct. .oo 1 .;50 1 :\nlin Ceo, 11: . . \ Merchant stock less than $1.000 Oct. 1 lh't. 1 3.W U'
82 Live Oak Co . .
Mfg Furnishing electricity, stock 1t'S51) I :! t C. M. )10 0. . . Keeper of restaurant S persons. Oct. 1 Oct. 1 504 !.W
III 1 than . . . . 110,000'Oct.S3 1"t. 10.001 5.00 ::1 l\. I ws . . It'rcbant. block less than. $1,0)0 **-1JOit.. 1 3.0\)1 lf<
. .
Lhe Oak Co
f Mfg ,wpt-rating shingle machine. lO.OOOi.! I ; :219 I. W leh' ::5ton. . Ins. agt..Virginia State . . Oct. 1 Oct. I U'II
|I. I shingles daily . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 ; 5.00! 5.0' ..1 :....Heel Mon . Ins. agt.. Westcner Ins. Co. . :Oct. 1 Oct. 1 I 1 :..
84Llve Oak Mfg Co. . Manufacturing ice 9 tons daily Oct. 1 Oct. 1 .00i, 5.00 :221 I W. Hel/enston . . Ins. agt., Williamsburg City Ins. Co.,Oc1 Oct. I U.
. . .
85 P. C. Burnett I
Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct. lOct.1, .a 0; 1.50
222 n\V. H pension . . Ins agt. New York Life Ins. Co. Oct. 1 Oct. l !,..
S6 W. H. Norals & Co . i (
Merchant stock less than !
$1,0000ct. ''Oct. 1 .CW 1.50 2J3: : B.\,\\'. 1)-lvt'neton. . Ins. agt.. Fidelity & Casualty Ins. Co,Oct 1 Oct. I j :.if
. .
S. McDaniel
& Co.
8711' Merchant, stock less than. S1.UOIJOet. 1 Oct. 1 : 3.00JS1.51 \ 4Ielvenston. . Ios. t'. : .W
224 B. \> agt. S. Fidelity & Guar. Co .Oct. 1 Oct.225iL 1.. 2
L. Hopps . . I
'Merchant less
881J.| stock than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1. 3.00 fJ :
\'t. Helvenston . Ins. agt.. Aetna Ins. 2."
,lOct. 1 Oct. 1
S9Colson & . . Company . .
Wynn '
Sewing machine agents . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00
5.00 Ins.
I *
. . agt, American :
226BTiyIlelven9toQ Central OCt 1 Oct. I
90 Live Oak Co . . las Co. .
; Mfg Distillers of .
: turpentine . :'Oct. 1 Oct. 1 1:5.1)ti: ')
:227: B \Iehenston . . Insagt, British-American Oct. 1 Oct. 1 2.0
91Smithson . . Ins. Co. i I
& Co.
Merchant stock less: than. $1,200 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 ,, 6.00' 3.00 22s B. \\ 1 Helvmston . Ins. agt. Citizens Ins. :" Oct. j :.51
92 John W. Den. . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct. I'Oct.l'' ? : Co. | 1 Oct. I I
3.00; 1 50 \ . . IBS. .11
229 B \ Hen"ton agt. Continental Ins. Co. . Oct. 1 Oct. I :
93 D. S. Goss . . . Merchant stock less than. Oct. : ( ; I
$1,000 1 Oct. 1 : 3.0UI
| 1.50 230 R. W.: Helvenston . Ins- agt. Eagle Ins. Co. ''Oct. 1 Oct.: 2.5''
94 John Dees . . . Merchant, stock less tban.$1.IOOOct. 1 ,Oct. . : I'I
11 3.50' 1.50 . Ins. I .
231 II.V. Helvenston
agt. Fireman's
95 J. M. Sullivan & Co. . :Merchant stock less than. $1.00IJOct. 1 Oct. I' 3.00, 1:50: : : Friend Ins. Co. (Oct 1 Oct.
232 B.V.. Heheoston . Ins. :54
agt. German-American ,Oct.
1 Oct. I
96 W. E. Howell . Merchant stock less than. $1.0000ct. I'Oct' Co'
1 3.001 1.50 233 W. . Ins. ls9
B. Helvenston
9. Dowling L. & X. Store Co. Merchant stock less than. agt. Georgia Home Ins. Co' .Oct.; I Oct. I'
$1,00)Oct. 1 Oct. .
1' : % 1.50 . Ins. : U'
234 B. W. Helvenston agt. Hanover Ins. Oct. I'
L. N. Co 1 Oct.
9SlDowlfng & Store Co. Operating one saw mill . . ;
99 Doling L. & X. Store Co. Operating ( shingle Oct. 1 Oct. 11.50:1.50: 235 B. W. Helvenston . Ins. agt., Hartford Fire Ins:Co: : : : : \\Oct. 1 Oct. 1 2.51
\ 'Ine. machine.;; I '! I 236 B. \\ HehentoB . agi.. Home Ins. Co. Oct. 1 Oct I I U'
| 20,000 . . .
I per day . Oct. '
1 Oct.
1 3.00' 'S 00
lOO'Dowling; L. & :\. Store Co. 'Merchant. stock less than. $:!I.U.JO Oct. 1 ,Oct.: 1'5:00:6:00' : :' : 237 B. W. Hf'I\"f'Mtftn. . IDS. agt.. Ins. Co. of North :Anm-ica": ;iOct.23s 1 Jet: I t 2.51

101 jJudge Hughs . . :Merchant stock less than. $1,0000et. 1 Oct l'; 3.001 1.50 B. \\ Helvenston . In. agt., Liverpool, London & Globe Oct. 1 (h:t. I 1St

10 "G., B. Rouse . . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oct Ins. Co. : . . .. 'Octl Oct. 1 j U'
103H. O.Teeples . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct. I Oct. l' 3.00 1.30 239 B. W. HeheaatOB . Ins. agt.. Northern Assurance". Co Oct. 1 Oct I :.51

104|;C. S. LeFeter . . Merchant stock less than. $3.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 1 3.00 9.001 1.50 4.50 240 B. W. Helvenstoe . Ins. agt.. X. British & Mercantile In...Oct. J Oct 1 %.51

105 J. M. Marable . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000Oct I'Oct. 1.50 I Company . . . . . Oct. 1 Oct I I 2 5f
:. 106J.. JI. Marable . . Dis-tilling turpentine . . . Oct. llOct! 1 :5.00 3.001 S.OO :241 B. W. Hehf'BStOD..IDI.agt..lal.Une Ins Co . . ,Oct j Oct. I I ;.
242 B. W. Helvenston . Ins. agt. Phoenix ..
Ins. Oct 1 Ort I
. . Co
107Sandy| Hendly Merchant, stock less than. '
108 ,'II. D. Weeks . . Keeper of restaurant with 10$1.0rtoOct seats 1'Oet. 3.00| 1.50( 243 B W. Helveostoa . Ins. agt.. Phoenix In!!. Co": : : : : : : : : Oct. 1 Orr I I :-'.
I I 244 B. W. Helveoston . Ins .
i capacity . . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 5.001' 2.50 agt. Penn. Ins. Co "Oct. 1 O. t. I \ .
P 109,H. D.Veeks . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oet. 245 B. W. Helvenston . Ins. agt, Providence-\Vash..Ins. Co.Oct. 1 ( HOct. 3.001' l...0 4 B \\ H@'l .. . Ins. i
.etOft. .
: agt.. Queen Ins. Co : : : Oct I P'
110 D. J. Mills: ; . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Get 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1 1.50 : 1 Oct I
| 247 B. W. Heheoston . Ins. agt. ..
Royal Ins. \ Oct. I
Co. 1 Oct24s I
111 The Ladles Emporium Merchant stock less than. I
$2,000 Oct.
'Oct. 1 6." 3.00 .it
B. W. Helveatoe' . Ins. rnlon' :
f 112 IS., Phillips . . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct. 1 Oct. 1' 3.00' 1.50 agt. Scottish & Xat faa.O1. 1 Oct. 1 .51
: .
113 Charley Wing Sing . Keeper of laundr . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1,10.001 5.00 I Company . . . .Oct. 1 Oct. 1Ins. : i
249 B. W. Helvenstoa . Ins.
114 Anna Hill . . . ''Merchant stock less than. 1.00 Ort. 1 'Oct 11 3.0@i 1.: a agt. St. Paul Fire & Mari'ae ia*.i I N

& 115 Thos. Dowling . . Furnishing water . . . 'Oct. 1 Oct. I 50.00 25.00 25013.V.. Company . . . . . .. Oct I'Ikr.1 i"Sf
Heheastoa . Ins. .
agt. Sun
Coachman . . Merchant stock less than. las. Co. . . Ott 1 (>< r. 1
B. P. Oct. I
116 $1,000 1 Oct. 1 3.001| 1.50 251 B. W. fas. :,iI
Helveastom . agt., Tontonia Oct. Of't'
Ins 1
117 Scarborough & Co . .Merchant stock less than. $:.00\1 Oct. 1 Oct. I' 6.00 3.00 Co 1 IJ1
252 C. C. Keea . . . Merchant stock 3.." ,
less Oct
Vl'ooo 1 Ort 1
118/Porter & Dexter . . Operating skating rink . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 15.00 7.50 253 than. lit
S. S BardiH . . . Merchant, stoek less Oct. 1 O. rJ 1 3.0'
than. .
& Williams . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct $1.90 .51 :
1 3.00
119Mathis 1.50 .
251 Irey Williams . . )Merchant stock less O, 1 3.00 1
than I
. . . Merchant stock less than. $1,009Oct.
120 Jim Holmes : $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct 1 3.00'' 1.50 255 R Mathis . .Sf
. . Keper of restaurant for 40 rt. I Oft 1 1500
121 Thomas Davis . . )Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 300 1 .50 256 Jas. McGuire . . )Merchant stock less than nersons- 1 Or r 1 300 'II,
N 122 M. E. Cooper . . ''Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.30: 257 I. Weiss . . . Merchant stock less than. l'ooo Oct. 1 Of I 3.00'3'k
123 Frank Fort . . . ..Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct IOct. 1 3.00 1.50 :251 Jones Chow C. . . Hog and pony show .".. $ Oct. Ilk' lo.oe1 5.5f
124 W. S. Xewsome . . ;Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 .
259 R R. Brown . . \Merchant stock less -than. .Vi'ftfti'i Oot 1 (). 1 300 1.51
125 Dennis Rlckerson . : ':Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 Oct 1 Oct. 1 3.00 Uf J tU .I B Carmickel . . :Merchant. stock less than (X'I. 1 II. I 300'
4 J. Moore . . . }Merchant stock less thanlire $1.000 Oct 1 Oct. 1 300 1 50 $1 .00'1 5...
16S. _
; .
I J M Bally . VntioneerGJ . . . . .('r. I 0, i 111.00'
r 127 Oak Drug Co . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Od 1 2 00 1 :o -: Alfred Graham. . Merchant stock less than $1.0000(' ) i 3.00 1n

128 H..7. Heath, agt for Su- :,'C':' 'jhn II Sparks . Dog and pony show Oc' I Oz I 10.oo> -
wannee SewingMach. Co. Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct 1 Oct 1 3.00, 1 53 .64 H E Blume Merchanr: stock less than' $1.000' Oct t Of< 1 3.00! 1Jl


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I Il II &. An IdleJAVish.5

"Dear, O! dear," sighed )
loday, "I
wish I knew

way to acquire an appetite."

I Nonsense!" exclaimed his

'what do you want with an

It would only give you more
sia."Philadelphia Press

I T1a a aatt KODOL Is offered on a : I i

plan for the relief of heart : I I ; I

flatulence sour stomach ; I I ;

For Sic were gas nausea and all !

, bles. It digests what you ,
will make you healthy. Sold
I' Oak Drug Co.

I r----COMPOUND-- What lie Was After. '

CONSTIPATION DYS" ". "Grabbit has given up ?
, QUICKLY CURES SIA, MALARIA CHILLS and ing to take a position as a '
GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases on the electric cars." ;
i A produced by : :
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On. bottle purchased "But that's an old change. :
today may uv you tick sp.U tomorrow. "Odd change? Sure!

i induced him."- obemlan.I .


MM. W. A. Wbltnrell Emory, Tex., : why your baby should be
writes: "My Child had chilli and lever I fretful during the night. I I I I
for font years. We tried all kind of |
the cause of thin, sickly !
medicines,and finally an acquaintance of I
mine recommended Herbine. We used lis natural that a healthy baby
three bottles, and the child It now completely ''be fat and sleep well. If
curi. Yen hire permission 'I'
my does not retain its food,
to publish this testimonial, as I cheer
fully recommend Herbine to all mothers periment with colic cures I I I
hiving children afflicted. mine." I medicine, but try a bottle of '

LUCK BOTTLE Sic GET THE GENUINE i Cream Vermifuge, and you

BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. :se your baby have color and
i it should. Sold

I Co. .

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Magistrate-What is jour
Suwannee Drug Con1pany.I tlone

I I Ii P"isonE"r-1 am a member

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I i A llroad Hint. I honor.hook and ladder (.

"I never know what to do with my I
\Iagbtrate-Do mean
I feet when I am in a parlor," remarked you
you are connected with the
M: DIXON, the bashful young man, as his
L. partment?
.conversation lagged.
Prisoner-Not exactly, '
"Did it ever occur to you," repoin- I
DENTIST We use the ladder for
: ed the matter of fact maid "that you
windows at night after
ORTOPONTIA : CROWN : AND : BRIDGEWORK might steer them toward home?"-
hooking Is done.-Chicago
: SPECIALTIES. Chicago News.

Dancing Proves Fatal \h\ajs Was Sick. I I
BROOME When a man says he
M.E.. Many men and women catch coldsat i
sick-troubled with a I
dances which terminate in pneu-
lasted all winter-what
monia and consumption. After exposure I I
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. think if he should say-he
if Foley's Honey and Tar is
sick since useing Ballard's I I
LIVE OAR ; FLORIDA. taken it will break up a cold and no
hound Syrup. Such a man 1 i!
liD Brattice in all the courts of the State. Special serious results need be feared. Refuse -
tttentxm given to Conveyances Collection Mr. J. C. Clark Denver
tf Rents Etc. All business promptly attendaito. any but the genuine in a yellow
package.We I writes: "For years I was novdw'Y
Norm PCBLIC STATE AT LARGE. with a severe cough that
have secured the agency for
all winter. This cough left
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the new ,

DR. J. W. WEST laxative that makes the liver lively, I lard's miserable Horehound condition.Syrup I and ; I

purifies the breath cures headacheand
Physician and had a sick day since. ?That's
Surgeon.Office .
regulates the digestive organs. i
did for me. Sold by
: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. Cures chronic constipation. Ask us Co. I
Residency at Ethel Hotel about it. City Pharmacy. dw II I

rIIoDe-oa.No.168. Dangerous.Knicker : "
Ke idence.Noa,23orl6?. Looking fr Fame. The
Drug Store (BarcIavU Groover)Nu 16. FirstIusiclanI wonder why I
has merely turned on the
-1 Nero fiddled when Rome was burn- 6
Bocker-So does the
CS.BaowN. F. E.THOMASONBRO'V ing and nobody had time to listen to hunts a gas leak with a

& THOMASON, him? New York Sun. :
Second Ditto-I .guess he thoughtit
i! M
was the best time to take when the ii
Tlirv'.s Xo IM .
PHYSICIANS critics had their minds on something i i B t.
& SURGEONS, talking you can't beat
else. Baltimore American.The |
the liver. The greatest

LITL OAB. : FLORIDA.L. ever offered to suffering
NeW Pure I' xx! ami Drug Law i
you suffer from liver i
We are pleased to announce thatFole"s
you are bilious and fretful, ;
A. CRAWFORD and Tar for coughs,
Honey liver and Herbine will put : ; : ; i I : : ; v
troubles is not affected
colds and lung
PUBLIC condition. A positive
by the National Pure Food and
Constipation Biliousness D
Office Upstairs, Drug law as It contains no opiatesor and all ills due to a torpid 'II ,

Citizens Bank Building, other harmful drugs and we re- a ottle and you will never
UTE OAK commend It as a safe remedy for j
else. Sold
-:- -:- FLORIDA. thing by

children macy. and adults. City Phar-nov* Company. i

Catsone-Didn't I see you I

He Knew Sonu'tliing. ing! to that Boston girl? I
"Yes," saidIarra'at., "I'm pretty
Gebhart-Not exactly; I I

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER busy these days. Getting" ready form breaking the Ice.-Judge. I

) wedding you know.
year's experience I :
600d stock "Ah!" remarked Henpeck, "that'sa He Charitableto I
Watches always on hand. remonder of.what Washingtonsaid. your horses as well as to

." You need not suffer from .
'In times of peace prepare for any sort-your horse need

: D"RINDluative war.: "Philadelphia Preei. Try a bottle of Ballard's I

1 ment. It cures all pains. J.

Pneumonia Follows a Old berts, akt"rsfreJd10..,

but never follows the use of Foley's have used your Liniment

Fruit H6ney and Tar. It stops the cough ).ears and find it to be the .

Syrup heals and strengthens the lungs and have ever u:,ed for man

prevents pneumonia. City Phar- I Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. : .
:: Pleasant to take macro nov' I i

!: Tho new laxative. Does Real Tragedy. After a girl has I'I .,
A young man into buying her
;: or nauseate. The Critic (meaning in her actingDo ) arie she begins to wonder ,, I

you ever shed real tears? could have done with other I I t
stomach and livers '
The Actress-Manageress Sometimes It were not too late.-Cblcag :
: Oubles the box office statement.PlckIet"p. .1'
and chronic con- when I see I
b0 A Significant Prayer."May .

so .! on by restoring the the Lord help j jI

SI reliable and safe Bucklen's Arnica Salve
Jactionofthestombowels. Take some good I
se "h digestant like KODOL for dyspepsia. all" writes J. G. Jenkins, of (i 1

;: liver and KODOL is the best remedy known today Hill, N. C. It quickly took "

belching and all out of a felon for me and :';
burn I
,00 <.:-. :; 'Qbtltutee. Price BOo. : ;
troubles arising from a disordered a wonderfully short time.
':-_ I
:.SO =, digestion. It is pleasant to take and earth for sores burns and .i
I '
;,0/ .' are many sick-of-home affords relief promptly. Sold by 2Sc! at Barclay & ; -.

on th et'b/ Co. not' store. j
.:_t sea of matrimony. Live Oak Drug

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LIVE OAK DULY DEMOCRATPublished action was bound to come as surelyas on animals, activity of small animalsin I$.-$--$- --$-$-$-$--$'---,---- $-$-$-$-_sIr -$__$__ ,_.,;, ,

the return swing of the pendulum. laying up winter stores, thicknessof

There is a reverse flow from the cityto moss on the tree trunks, the build-

every Sunday.AfternoonExcept the farm. The causes of this in ing operations of beavers the flightof Confidence < I

every way desirable turn of the tide wild geese and other water fowl

are complex. First and most potent, southward, tfje thickness of fruit
CHAS. W.,IRVIN. Editor and M'fT. undoubtedly Is the economic_ one, the skins or rinds, and above all, the i

increased relative profitableness of color of thej&oosebone, furnish them I J Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for -

Entered at Voatofficc, Lire Oak, farming, and the multiplying evidences Informatlo /as to what th weather is the ardor with which we are pushing

Florida., as Second Class Mail Matter that the farmer is a prosperous to be. As i matter of fact, they know I'I I

November 1, 1905. man." nothing aUbut It. The so-called signs
The First National
give no / information. The rural } Bank;

THE LITE OAK PUBLISHING COHPASY. The Bradford Telegraph iias this weather prophet Is without knowl- 1

to say about Congressman Clark edge on the subject of the weather.If T
Every safeguard is thrown around National
he thinks Banks.
which fairly expresses the opinion he knows he deceives

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be entertained of him by an overwhelming himself. The goosebone fiction is T They are frequently inspected by agents of the Controller -

mailed to any part of the United majority of the people of this the most absurd of all." j of Currency, and are called on to make
States, pastage prepaid, for $5.00
congressional district: s sworn statements to him five times each year hence I
per year; $.50 for six months;
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents "On public att rs, SLr Clark Dr. B. S. Rowell, of Atlanta, i they are under the direct supervision of the Nation-

for five weeks. In advance. Delivered knows no neuh l grow ; and it Is optical specialist, who Ii visited Live I Government, and its the staongest on earth .1

to any part of the city by not surprising to"see, Jfiat he has Oak last winter has (located here
carrier for 10 cents per week. taken a positive: staj/1 on the great permanently lie ,,"m1oftice at Bar- J!I[ Safest Banking, 11I

prohibition queftlof. That he is on clay & Grover's drug store. I Best Methods .
the right side ojfthe question is no
THE LASTVOK1). for Up-to-date Service ti tii
less than was expected, by those who For seevral days Dev. Ford ,
"Short Talks" of the TimesUniontakes I Liberal Treatment. :
I know him well. It cannot be shown has been closely confine / homeon

a final whack at us on the great I when he was ever out of line with account of sickness Ic Jt. mil)". i 5 Conservative Methods Ii a
Issue of the Florida razorback hog
the best thought and the best inter His wife and baby aij been

and abandoning the question of pul- ests of the people of his State." quite sick. We trust? they may soon Always use the National Banks. They have pros-1:

chritude and avordupois, where our be fully restored to health. i-rl i pered in greater numbers than all other bankin in.. I I0 Istitutions.
triumph is complete, says: .'
And, by the way, we take the liberty .

has"The been Live Its effort Oak to Democrat'feed up says reform It of asking, why does Senator Bever- Mrs. Florence of Long f- Watch us grow, our profits are now as large as 1

idge give Bryan his military title, Prairie, Minn., has army/d in the capital was at our beginning. .'
and evolute the Florida razorback lour
"colonel," and speak of the Presidentas city, and will makq Lire/Oak: her 1 t
hog into an Improved type that will
plain Um 'ter?"/Unless our me- future home. She Cou/es as pastor'

look better, taste better weigh more' mory is getti\g wobbly, they both assistant and city missionary of the ; FIRST NATIONAL BANK
and bring more in the open market.
held the rank Vf colonel in the little Baptlt church.Dr. ,
Its Improved type may look better f
brush with 8901 .Orlando Report-
and weigh more, but no one who has I Iss
l eaten Florida pork will contend un er-Star. D. B. Caswell, W. II. JSood- Live Oak, Florida.VISIT ,
' Colonels /re so umerous in this bread and L. F. Ingersoll wiw out
less prejudiced that a pork can be
country, mere asters, so scarce hunting yesterday and mfide a
produced that will taste better than '- '- :
by comp ison, perhaps.,Senator Bev- wonderful kill. One of party ---t-t-t
the Florida-bred article. t
eridge thought to confer special dis- fired at a bird in ir k killed
We have said nothing derogatoryto san\
Florida pork of the edible variety. tinction Aipon the President by designating the bird and at the killeda THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT

as "Mr. Roosevelt." rabbit running along the ground.
Thereis an abundance of it made from
We don't know this to be the case; See Dr. Caswell. The party got forty
Florida hogs fattened for the most DOWLING
it is merely our shrewd suspicion. birds. PARKWAY
part on Fonda mast until shortly before -

"killing time" when they beginto
board at home and take on flesh I Here is a good one on our old I That it Is the duty of every man DOWN UPON THE SUWANMFE RIVER

friend Major George Butler formerly to first give earnest heed to his own

for criticism the approaching has been directed sacrifice.solely Our to of the Democrat which Editor personal interests, no reasonable Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages

the "inedible" I Warnock, of the Citrus County person would for a moment/attempt
variety coming from
that I Chronicle sneaked\nto the column of to gainsay, or deny, but ft is true HOT AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. RUNNING
degenerate monstrosity that re WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH_ ...._
that when the Major, also that \ by/virtue of AND
proach to our civilization, that bind PHONE CONNECTIONS.
who is the lode tor, wasn't look- the tie that us to /ther as a WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.ETC

shrunken cine nightmare shapeless that tasteless hideous,dreamof por- ling: I people has some duties Ao perform RATES REASONABLE &'7 GULFS COECTionATIVEOASWTHALLT ,"

Iajor Butie? confound his old outside of his personal (fairs. All
hide and hair and horror hat allegory f .
of starvation that spectre of hide. Is crazy 4bout "his" local page of our civic and sortal /Blessings are ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWLING PflRK. flORID LIVE OAK

want and woe knbnn as ine Florida and ,' a new ad. or legal entirely dependent u\qp a recogni-

razorback hog\To\lngVis comes it mtjst go on our (the editorial tion of our responseVo the mutual
praises is
to encourage de&pnerypy; to declare ) page until now it is full. We had obligations upon usAand no man :4frM. H'H M M H H S 1I111II1 ME+ III H OI M I Hili 1111 It.I .
him toothsome Jio an editorial or two written for this rich or poor high r\ low can be
is Insult the
/ issue but there's no room for them. justly excused from -es: nsILllity to I 1907
memory of Ei fcurt We once hearda THE 1907
But the old rascal has burned his these things. No distinguished pJHitician rise on his
toes fingers cooking (he's too stingy to forth bj any individual or set of individuals -
in a public address in which he I Crescent
was bitterly denouncing a notorious board) and may be we'll get to boss resulting/In good to the Pharmacy,

some while he is incapacitated." town, fails to con ibute to everyman
character, and bawl out: "So help f

me God fellow citizens, it is treasonto directly or nidirectly his proportionate I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
children As heretofore stated Hon. John S. share ol the blessing, and
your to
ever cease to
damn him!" Beard insists that we don't need a in turn appeals to him for such reciprocation -
won't go that fain Ii
this case, because we hold the constitutional amendment to secure as he maY be able to The Prescription Drug Store.
State give.h
prohibition, but
thinks tlu
razorback as the helpless victim of >
legislature has full authority to enacta 1 + ''I ...
heredity and environment, but our -- j + '''' "44' < I
feelings have a tendency in that direc- statute of that kind. Here is his +++tt3-tt3-ill.llllll++++++ + I "\\t' .- I

tion. All this to the Tampa Tribune, reasoning in brief: (' f ++ii I G- .:: --Zt. ---

as well as the Times-Union and may "The Constitutfon of the State of L i :: j
r J Useful Gifts J4> It ntttktwnttdifa -
the shadows of their esteemed editors places no limitation or re- i It Ittakeenodif
J Cm-nci1 tthtre
never grow less bj- a prolonged diet striction upon the i wer of the Legislature + + ,, t 1Iank 'ullrd.-, j: "_. frn-iu-e wholiLiiilijonrdoo-e
of razorback to r'OI bit tie saly of intoxicating + + j ,? t \
hog meat!
the fe. + for the bride + :;: city tt rite-your :
ijquv in St' I take [swcct- ,: tUl"\uih'S.lInr
I: :!: WI
11I" M'ril"iulllln '
the intent heart relative. You : '
In these troublous times pndA neaninif of Article | or + pnvriptiononutMnn
we '
are s\I'c.l1Itilltlu'lIJ
always yearning and looking designs XIX to be MS lobuwsiXiz: That as ':+::: willfind inthehouseof i + c..r'.I,.. ;-,;) p. "' till them

' the sale oa intoxicating liquors is t 1 ',:[';' MG C1Irr1.'Itl ,
which will : }
indicate that : .
the ;
bt-incejtf :;: D. ft I ;---,;,
legal, in the State J. RADFORD : g. :
high tide of vice and crime and crazy : prohibition j + + -- I lf :: / r I
Article remits any county, I + i
money-grubbing has been reached ) + ,
and the reaction is about to yet in. I upon compljin ._ ifith the conditions | + an array of gift-giv- *,! t 1f.... :... &J I

"The strenuous life" was all well specified in the rticle. to prohibit I + ing goods, not only *i. $ .O\ I

enough to talk about and gush about the sale of liquors in that county. '; beautiful but useful. ;! Where .You Get
t Your
Without article XIX, there | Prescriptions filled at
until it could be Correctly
overwhelmed :::
us and then No
_ we H matter which +!I
realized how utterly false I no local or county prohibition only I Reasonable Prices.
and misleading i :t
State prohibition. way you turn somc:1:1:: I R ullliJl
it was Article XIX permits your 1'T'f"'nphln+and sell F'ur drug ..
as an ideal of true liv- I t tine of freh and "hable .b. tore articles We earn .. .i lit*
_,"- ing to bring the sup -erne blessings local or county prohibition in thing confronts you :J:: ;;: path at k"ret Pears. Phone JrO< USour Btlnl order U+ J"l1r"rompt I'reaer'pti and('n, tot fill W. .11.. : .'11 ,9h
relwble ath'v'' ')
of the absence of State prohibition, but I that will be just
peace morality an 1 contentment right !I:: J I-MOIM2 No, 3; 0I
One effect of the is in no way a limitation or restriction

to tempt population stre I rom mous the life rural was upon the power of the legislature :J DIAMOND LOCKETS :i: I The Crescent Pharmacy

districts, crowd the t< wns and cities to establish State prohibition i BRACELETS j | ,

t! with people lured these by the delusive While ArticleIt permits local or 1. t LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.

hope of making Money rapidly county prohibition in the absence of + AND BROACHES, j+| : _

and destroy the old contentment and State prohibition the converse is not | all of the latest t'1 f P. S.Use "fletchcr's 66" for Chills and fnn- No Cure -No P"t"J ;'-r I

sturdy sense of true. If we had State prohibition. I design j
independence which
u I II tit
Mil .
: formerly pervaded the farm life of the no county could permit the local or i Watch repairing done by i 1111111 III I .. II I11I II It t
sale I
county of "
country. But the reaction is aboutto -
;f; an Expert Workman.
set it and the old farm is to come : : :$

Into its own again as the best Ho! All >e people who swear by
: '
place in the world for a man the time-honored weather signs of I|f 1. D. RADFORD Jjt TICKETS!

to live who wants to get the largest our daddies! Listen 0 this Irreverent j:

measure of contentment out of life, cuss this reckleJ iconoclast who'
LIVE OAK FLA. I 4 lint: Oak I*
has Habitation + Dealing Park
neither local on sale
and in a big majority of instances! a nor a j: : daily +t

make more money than in the towns name, and is going/about the ; l at rate: of 50 cents round trip %*ithMinimum
try, poisoning I III"III' f ,.. t,. .. of
and cities. A prominent northern our erature, de coun-I I ten tares Call on .
paper has noticed this reaction, whichis 1 ing our..-traditions" alid It I jj U.+.j.y+fr-M..jH tik t Agent Phone: 152 for .IIII I I II t t.........

now setting in, North and South accredited weathel prophets. in the JUST RtaiUD AT AUVlHMtV further information.Health -'I.+t I I1II
11 : : II
alike, and says: following wicked ribald and insulting 1+oio

"There is no more wholesome and fashion witl! his identity carefully THE BON TON/ '

encouraging sign in this country now concealed under the psudonymof I New line 4"'W+"H+t+' +i..t+Ht.t'i
"Exchange I Voil skirts. +; ijo.'H'H>!-!+I'M-H.
than the tendency to what is called : ,
New line latest shaped : '-'\ SELL
"The weather corsets. j NOTU.NG
Prophets are CXCC.-T
the "agricultural revival. The for- pre-
line 1 1IE
dicting a hard winter. dress trimmings in :
Thealways j and
drift of from
mer population the do. A mild winter does not appealto I braid, lace rands, applique, dress 2 Accident Insurance.
farms to the cities is checked. It was goods. Annual.
them. but they delight to foretell 4 Sfir.-Aimuat Quarterly or Month!, premiums
unwholesome and abnormal in I :
a Standard Pattern PITTS &
Fashion McEWEN
ice and and blizzards General Agents LIVE OAK FLA. i i
country like ours of abundant land snow and suf i: ,
P. S -We need few
and boundless fertility and the re- fering. Thick corn shucks. thick fu: MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop. a more good Agents in North J

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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT. s.Tnm..xOYEI l-lt U, 19O7. b,..II.It tt...11 M 11II i M I t H I i H'HII HI 11 M I 1 1 I I I I I I I I 111 I J 11 n 11111'1111 ii 11111 n 11111111111 H in 11111 in 11111 n i i 11111111111 '

i f' The Hel\/enston Insurance Agency

?.During the last "fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly $700,000.00, and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. ; ;

All other insurance agents together have paid practically nothing. This tells the story. '

fo". M "11 i 11 n i 1111 m M i m n n i i i I1II I I I II II nnmi i mmiMimmi ii t n m 11111 in n n n 111 MI in MM 11 in iimin.

"" who has been preaching so eloquently ;
!I u n
in our city for the past ten days. i ii
ii HAVE YOU i!
i will enjoy hearing him and a

News of Live Oak Gathered and 5u- !:,f Locals And Personals I: cordial all. invitation is extended one and !!! I NOTICED THE NII B

vannee County At the evening service the doors of !i SAXITOL
I the church will be Opened, and the I
by the Reporter. I| THEY COME AND THEY GO. talkill be evangelistic. Mrs. K ADVERTISING AND OFFER IN THE

Waterbury, who coties to the churchas II H
, J the pastor's assistant and who B 5
..... will work as city missionary, is here I
,. ". L. Tedder lame up eighteen- and will doubtless. have something to I
') I1OW'U this >;llng. inch dry wood, split to suit. Phone : .Por Sale say to the congregation at this ser 9 ? DELINEATOR: &C. |
107. W. F. Tummonds. tf vice. Mrs. Wat bury is a Bible

D. .;: Barrel of McAlpln, is a I teacher, a specialist in training children I 10SIIIIITOLPeODUCTSI.OO |!
r Pat McGriff has reslgn/l/hls position i' --- !I II
fr to the city today. and young ?ople in the Lord's''I
.) with the Coachman' Livery i We offer at a bargain, work and is al 3 a musician. She :
of Houston. was In stable. I!I will be of real nice to church ,
sand the
, R r. RJDorman; six room with X Fill in one of the coupons from
cottage I
yesterday on business. I i. community. u above Journals with our name as
ri J. S. Mikler and grad a ghter. modern conveniences, on I Druggist mail it to the SANITOL

f. \tooda a s going to TallatonlgWXo Miss May Wigins. of Surname- Sta- south Ohio ayenue. Most .:ri'>('i al Cliur h--Curtis Grubb They LABORATORY will send with you an One order Dollar.on

bJIet .visit his family. tion, are in town today opping. ; desirable residence section I l tor. I us for the ten products. (Retail
, Services at the Episcopal church tomorrow -I' value $'L 70.)

B. C. Xorth/pf Alton Is reglsterti \V. D. Mercer and wife, of Cplum-1; of the city. If you are I 11 a. I '. and 7 p. m. --
at the E el Wtel today. bia are in the city tod ).J\I\ / Mercer : contemplating purchasing Sunday schoo at 10 a. m.
, is a prominent lumberman, and I All are cord iy invited to attend. I
home Live 1 Suwannee
in Oak
and See eY In the city from is here on business. : a come -

:)Ddling> PaitA I up to our office and let tnd Advent Christian Chunh.speak a
t B. P. )Iosle)". Jr.. returned yesterday show this The pastor wl 1 at 11 a. m., I
n fi: Mirable, of Luraville. was from Savannah*. Ga., where he us you place. i and 7pm. he morning subject I II 1 Drug Company
?l/n on business this morning. has been in the electrical business for I will btuTbe Just Recompence." !
the past six months.Why i At night the su ject will be "The B
I *& Clark of Luraville is in theUy : EDWARD8A1TY 110. Difference Bt"tn the False and the i : i Iii: : ;:::1
USunday _.
t today. not every business man in True ---- --
( Live Oak become a member of our schot at 10 a. m.

i c.0. Williams, of :Mayo is a guest Board of Trade? It will cost but a Lewin Building, Room 3. Young Peopl 's Society at 3 p. m. SPOT C.L\ SHe
'tf the Ethel hotel today. trifle during the year but that trifle Prayer meet ig Tuesday night at !
judiciously spent in the interest of I Phone No. U. 7 o'clock.
of Wellborn, Is InV".ty the town will yield rich returns. There will Ix: a business session of I
the church at t e close of the prayer '

We have been compelled cut our AT TIII: rnriciKM TOMOKKOW. meeting At tI s meeting, the pastor From this date on

f I' /1 A. Taylor of Mayo. is among reading matter short both yesterday -- for next year Hi be called. Every
fterlaiton/ in town today. and today on account of some other h' ("hurda-II. Dutill, ('....tor. member be pre eat. i I will run my business -
I work that was crowding us. I Tomorrow will be Mission Sunday The Woman Home and Foreign I
. U.LiUckler. of the Bevan settle-! in the Sunday school. The children Mission Society will hold their regu- on a strictly
In the city today, trading. Mrs. Laura Huffman/of Waysta- will bring in their envelopes-an lar meeting Tt arsday night at the

tion Ga., is visiting tier parents Mr. I offering for missions. I church. : cash basis. Nogods
HnuPoucher, from near Su wan and Mrs. J. C. drfey.. near the Rev. C. W. Irvin twill preach at Every body rdialy invited to al I

rion. is in the city today. city. 11:00 a. m., and VadminUUr the these services. charged tO'anybody
I t
Sacrament of the Load's Sapper. I -1-
Rill Tedder came in this morning Marshal Haddock has a force of men Junior League at 2\30\ aDd Sealer 1'., tfrian CI>uith--J. P. 'onl, : under circum-
from Fenholloway.w at work on the street near the Democrat League at 3:30 p. m. 1 t'.tor. any
office this morning. We are Preaching at 7 p. ii. A most hearty and cordial welcome -
H. Seely, of Dolling Park, was very glad to see such improvements Every body 'ICOflH-I awaits eierr one. The pastor I stances. Do not ask

>t l ess visitor in the city jester- going on.Charley. I will speak at .;both hoars 11 a. m.,
' and 7 for credit.
1" In.t.ti.t Churi.h--C'. .\. RiellyI'a.tur. ', p m.Sabbath I
school at 3 o'clock in the
Hlackburn, who ha been I"
Tie subject at the tent for this ill in New York City for the pt twoor 1. Bible school, 9:1 i a. m. afternoon. I (
wiaj service will be "The Five three months, is reported very 2. Preaching. ll:t'j> a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesdayat f fI
fats of Man." much better and will return home 3. Sunbeams 3.001 p. m. 7 o'lock.
F fU[ BOOK K & FMS C CO. .
some time next week. 4. B. Y. P. l". Meetihg. 6:00 p. m. .
11* Adel Clayton has gone toe 5. Preaching 7:00 J-. m. If for any reason you cannot Join
to teach in the public Jas. Clegg, twoear-old oa of Mr. The children's chorui will slag the Live Oak Board of Trade "a'at I
t and Mrs. M. L. Clegg. kied yesterday again at the Bible scbbol hour, and the boys on the back," and tell them I II
afternoon at ynekbity o'clock. Miss Katie Broome win submit.. you are with them in spirit and to I C. C. COOK Manager
Hiss Williams of Majo, arrived of congestion of (tbjl /lings. The paper on some phase o| the Interna- call on \ou for am help you maybe i and Owner
&i Horning on a visit to her sistf/, funeral service will A>fe held this I tional lesson. Let the jirents attend able 'o emThos !. I .
b. Dr. Thomason. afternoon at two tfc/yok b>' Elder J. this teaching service of the church.At .I I .. '
T. Butler. Interment will take place the morning slip, the pulpit' H .\.ItIl1 of Ptr '. i" :1 3iIjONEYA:1DTiJtas '

no BOARDERS WANTED at the city cemeter I will he filled t>\ Fs.t t'1is'Vhite.. I.tI\"t ot '11-' 1-:' 11-1 I hOday.l r.'. ,\I:h ...d I

fcaftl location apply to Box 334. .t
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ass trip to Lake City last I 'Q Is,"Our Not Motto"Q," The Ladies' Emporium "Q/Is Our' Not MottoWe "Q," I II

Mercer and wife, of Suwannee B

a are guests of the Ethel to- have made every preparation for a big November business. Beginning Saturday morning, |

\1n I you see the fruits of our efforts. Startling bargaings-bewildering varieties-superb, dependablemerchandise | :

*h Wong Twbeville the bird and hunters Joe Baisden who for less money than any other house in Live Oak dares ask-all these features are Bat I;

t Yesterday in the fields. I your disposal!

ian, Gornto has been on the sick Z7 "

y*for a few days, but Is reported I i I READY TO WEAR. ; DOMESTICS. I II
better today. I New shipment tailored suits, in brown, panamaand ,., 0 2000 vanjs. ">>-inch.oft finish bleaching worth
serge, checks and mixtores, garnet green 'y .. .e: r .' 121-2c. at H>c \diril Hand
P, Y. Bite and daughter Mrs. I brow n. 2' t'L. 4'Mnch. unbleached cambric 1X' a
I of Grover I $15.00 to $25.00 broadcloth suits, blue and black if Yard wide unbleached domestic Sc. n
are in the city to- neatly trimmed with braid $UU<0 and $IL W t, !<>l-4 unbleached -.heeling. :JC.- ;
stopping. :
Misses tailored SUIts $1150 to $h.UO. ,\ ''tg l'J-l-4 blaached aheetrng. :Joe. B _0/
I .I Silk jumper suits JD.lte to $12. /I ) ;G f P' rt y
I skirts brown with tafeta folds. $r..4"
Voile ,
Rape o' a
of Wellborn,
i! i Voile skirts best duality "Altman. j-.j! i1
throu&h this morning, on her Voile, plain and trimmed. JlO.00 t"I.: ') ft Our entire stoiU ass ?,yen ?"rcer and all the
ladiaa Springs. I Panama skirts, all cl.lors.1,5-,1 to $11.1.. I short lengths t.f\-< : ." 'J' and i j.;ac 'in the remnant B '
YllJl tables! at }pr', "..- T'> nv a cean: 'sweep. j
iY: t, Clearance. e You wu: tind ran :,r <'-. '",t'P\"lt'h the num
** for 3 ., I
5 Specials
t a Prominent turpentine I // \ bar .arj:4 aM :'f e.
II( ;
j .h OeLaad& the, and formerly of this Odds and ends. Corsets worth up to Toe. to close 3, // (' !n ;tat t
city today. I 39e. your chi. ce. 1 OUTINGS. .
broken to elose out at ;)C and f fIhe. iJ .
\allace. pieces .' .,' "
'' r" m ware -. ,,'1L c"1 HdPr s"d filings ,j.
Ee,tatter and AttorneyIc- ': l A \2LIRibbon'remnants.\ all widlhs and colors, to close V <, carnal o\tr i,,,,,, '..< "'..,," ,,,,a-r, than we I:
; seat gird tt could! burh-.p, .' '. \.\ ,"', ". rtanlsave: "
hunting yesterday at half pnteSample \ -
reed with a good bag. I lot of Ladies ,-llar at wholesale: prlre'. vau mono i'n t l a :I rt"ri.:" fanV1 C.I I


s'111 0w be morning nt services or Mr.the I L. HARVARD, ,!.II

;,.:S sib >11\ the Baptist pulpit at I The Ladies Emporium
houri and the congrega- : Proprietor. I p ;:.I
union services at : I ,
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STATE OFFICERS. I to Sebastlon the train returned bu

X. B. Broward GoTernor. without results. The conductor ordered -

H. Clay Crawford, Secretary the train to proceed south, : LIVEDAK MONDAY NOVEMB I -

ti m. V. Knott, Treasurer.A. again, and when about two milessouth ,
of !
Sebastian, the 'oungste1"was
C. Croom, Comptroller.W. .

II Ellis, Attorney General track found and, right partly close under up a to small the j CIRCUS GROUNDS PARSHLEY AND PINE S1&:, '

B. E. McLIn Commissioner
bush. The lad was apparently

culture. asleep but when picked up. com-

W. II. Holloway, State menced to cry, and was hastilv GENTRY BROSFAMOUS SHOW:

ent Public Instruction. taken aboard the train and examined

Ernest Amos State Auditor. as best as lay doctors could.

W. B. Saddler, Assistant At Wabassa, the conductor telegraphed The World's Greatest Trained Animal Exhibition.The .

to Fort Pierce to physiciansthere

SUPREME COURT.T. and when the train arrived, Children's Fairyland and World of Wonders.

two doctors were on hand to look
M. Shackleford. Chief
after the case. A thorough examination
A. W. Cockrcll J. B. Marvelous Animal
of the child was made then 500 = Actors-5Ql
Feawick Taylor, R. C.
but no Injury except probably concussion
A. Rocker Associate J of the brain by the lad's 2 Herds Performing Ekphants. 200 Accomplished Ponies.

head coming in contact with a rail 50 Comical Monkey Comedians. 200 Educated Canines.

RAILROAD road tie. At Miami, the train was With a Host of Trained Sheep, Pips, Cats and
It. Hudson Burr, Chairman; met by Dr. James M. Jackson, and
BUtch J. L. Morgan. another examination made with WACO
Dunn, Secretary. similar results. The youngster, with

his aunt are at Green Tree Inn

MEMBER OF CONGRESS, where the former is receiving thebest 10O-WONDERFUL ANIMAL ACTS-li

DISTRICT. of care and seems unhurt except

for a pain in his head. If
Frank Clark.
there are any internal injuries they Twenty Extraordinary Arenic Attractions.

hate failed to become noticeableand

THIRD JUDICIAL it will probably be a day or 5--JVlystifying Juggling Normans
B. II. Palmer. Judge.
two before the outcome of Master The World's Greatest Club Swingers and Lightning Jugglers.
Cary A. Hardee, State's
Calhoun's fall will be known. He

COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. apparently suffers but little is ra- Trapezists, Acrobats and Clowns in Many New and Novel Acts.
tional, and has practically no fever.


MEMBERS OF HOUSE probably made him the famous only living in that child he who is I!' Headed by Two Magnificent Military Bands, and Starting From Show Grot

SENTATIVES.W. ever fell from a train going at the '! at 10:30 O'clock Sharp.

R. Dorman. W. II. rate of forty or more miles r er |j mm mmmmmmfmmmmf__ mmum mmmm -_ ____
hour and survived death or serious I Mammoth Menagerie Open for Inspection One (Hour Before Each Performance.

J. N. Conner County Judge.J. injury. I IOirol 5.000 COMFORTABLE SEATS UNDER NEW WATERPROOF TENS

W. Bryson, Clerk Circuit I one Ticket Admits to Everything-
t>f lrinht's IIi",,ea e.
J. II. IMekerson Sheriff.G. .
B. Lord, Treasurer.J. Mr. Robert O. Burke. Elnora. N I SPECIAL- Animal Actor's reception will be held in the menagerie tent Sunday afternoon from two iota
Y., writes: "Before I started to :
N. Meeks, Tax Collector.A. useFolev's Ladies and children especially invited to attend. Every animal on exhibition.
Kidney Cure I had to get ui <
D. Hemming Tax ; & from twelve to twenty times a night ,; ---

J. E. Wood, County and I was all bloated up with dropsy !| l'UTIXOT LUCK. young min is a partner In one of the IMXJItSKD: KOOSEVELt

Public Instruction. and my eyesight was so impaired I !i 'most important business houses of -

II. E. Carter, Judge could scarcely see one of my family '! How Southern Buy in New YorkI j the'country, managing its great operations Plan to tug Canal to Connect Ocm

of Record. across the room. I had given up I Won fortune IJy sheer Merit. I'. and building for himself not With Mississippi River.

O. O. McCollom, Solicitor hope of living when a friend recommended I i! Manufacturers' Record.) only a fortune but a name for up- Macon, Oct. 31. Postmute
Court. Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50 I iI Eight years ago a Southern boy Idi rightness, integrity and honor which
Harry Edwards has just recefoii
<-ot bottle worked wonders and before i years of age, whose mother bad which is above all price. The moth
M. M. Hawkins Clerk I letter from President Roosevelt &
I had taken the third bottle the struggled to give him a fair edueajtiOB er who struggled in his early life to

dropsy had gone, as well as all other II' went to New York and secured provide for him such educational opportunities which he indorses the proposed nato
COUNTY CO connect the Atlantic ..d
symptoms of Bright's disease." City !la position at about $8 a week involv- I as he had DOW finds in
W. A. Tison:! Chairman; Pharmacy. nov-dw'j ling i the superintendence of laborers this boy a devotion to her: and his the Mississippi river through ft
I I South Atlantic belt and :
Burnett, J. J. Dempsey i putting down pipes in the streets I brothers and sisters equal in strength pros
hoed' his active assistance in IIII
Grant II. H. Davis. A NOVIIL: INNOVATION" '!! Notwithstanding the expense of 11\- I to the character which he has dillI -

-- I fag In New York this boy paid his I splayed in the development of business. development.

COUNTY SCHOOL \ North (': r+ lina College as Substitute ![! way, putting up with many inconven- : I

o&I'I for Halin I|: fences and hardships, and found time I The Manufacturers' Record tells WATCH Till IJACKACHE.
E. R. Wise Chairman; A. D. '
Raleigh, N. C., Oct. 30.-A recent i to devote many hours to study. Me ;I this story without using names in
R. H. Caner. I'
baugh, I I This Simple Home Mixture Is Sato
determined to know thatcould order
of hazing at the State Agricul everything to emphasise the fact that efficiency
and Mechanical college here i be learned out of books about i honor and devotion to every I'rovent Serious Kidney

CITY DIRECTORY. Prt'SideBt10.ton of that I the line of work In which be was f duty still find their reward, and likewise Trouble Kvery: Time.

J. B. Johnson Major. to reprove the student body I then employed. He was at the bottom I to point to the fact that this More people succumb each year tt

C. H. Brown Alderman and in his remarks he commended of the ladder but he determined I case but illustrates that the opportunities some form of kidney trouble thai
City Council. to reach the top if study and efficiency for
young men
manly fight in the open with man I were never other The slightest fora
any cause.
I S. P. Mays, Clerk, .\ man in the contest. I could accomplish the result greater than today. People talk of kidney derangements often develops
Treasurer. Unaided with &0 backing except hisiown about the lack of
As the result of this, the fresh I opportunity about into Bright, kidney dise1a!
Aldermen-S. J. White, T. S. class of the college vent a chal honesty. sobriety and devotion I the inability of voting men to find advancement diabetes or dropsy When either *

son. J. M. Barclay. W. J. 'I to the sophomores to meet I to work. he spent his evenings in the I unless backed by wealth I these diseases sti-pocted the sa"ferer

J. E. Wood, J. 1. White.W. for a tussle on the athletic libraries of New York fitting himself i and powerful friends, bat this ease, should are seek the W

and with about seventy-five on by constant study for whatever higher land it is but an illustration of hun- at once Cons

II. Lyle, SUl'erlnten I h side there was a mass fight I position there might possibly be ; dreds of others, proves that opportunities medical attention t possible.
: only
a good, flrjtlass
Water Works. ,afternoon, but the match i ahead of him. It was but a short are without limit and that the

. R. II. Haddock City off without injury to any time before his efficiency brought a | boy's own character is worth in the leave patent medicines

Sanitary Inspector. I I voluntary offer of an increase of salary j struggle for advancement far more There are manor the PhJSiclaJ.1"
toms of kidney trouble
: W. D. Wright Police. This afternoon, bow ever, the so f I to $1200: a year. When he had (I than money or rich friends on whom treated at home is stated l

invited the freshmen to a I been connected' with this one company (I to rely. know autborit For
I for four the
CHILD'S and there years general superintendent
-: many injured : Cl
such as backache pain! In the ref
r the encounter. There were .Ixt).- I i who was managing the I .J.\)IES: UtllUMSII SHOT. of the kidneys, weak bladder, ire'

Fell From Eat: Oust Train on a side and the nodes of the I construction of the largest plant of { night) pahide
40 Miles, were broken I, its Mad in the world. involving the Had I'ificulty'ith qneacy. (especially at
an Hour and ,) a number of ISNby Ikyu scalding tronW
i and other urinary
expenditure of a great many millionsof liter
up t'nliurt. es were blackened and many face MatterIki try the followingimyle home *
<, It is understood that I; dollar, resigned! to take a position .\rreactl.
(Miami "
Metropolis.) coed*: Fluid Extract Dandelion
elsewhere. lie
.. was asked to
fight will
take place tomor I Starke, Oct. 0IIf
The four and a half year 31.-La&t evening half ounce Compound Kargon
find a successor( and he recommended -
of Attorney New gome I row.The this young Southern man, then'I Bisby Desue sot and seriously, if not ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla -
Marianna, Fla., probably opposing sides Hue up, rush at I 23 of The fatally, wounded Jesse Reddish in a three ounces These simple] l*
years age. owner said !
other and
greatest distinction of any I fight at will no I that he was too young to be given ; dispute over some money matters. gredients are barml'1 and caD *

ster in the United States. on the ground being allowed. i such responsibility, but the superintendent i I Reddish' is still alive, but with littlei obtained at any good prescripts
About six o'clock last Winston and Lieutenant I i hope of recovery. Desue has mix sea
: been arrested pharmacy and any on" < an
said he knew
more about the
I S. A., the
commandant, j and is held dOlt
after The
leaving Sebastian on business and awaiting the resultof by shaking well in a "fIe
was more fitted to ban-
this will do
that arrives in Miami away with baring j the wound. The sheriff for after earl
at 11: > friends of the die it than any other man in the con has taken adults is a teas'U"n"-! i
ter Calhoun became college here con.I I Desue to some place of meal .
thirsty I the innovation. C'rD.nd so at 23 he was advance.t I I' is safety as it and again at t.-dnn.e
went to the rear of the car !! and given charge of the construction feared swift vengeance might result There is no hPrtrs i n ira! rem
:M-nior Class liUsts.. fl
drink of j if he remained here. 1 forms
a water. His I The senior class of this great plant and his salary advanced known to reliev: n1;
Bessie; Calhoun. who with tonight and rheumatism either !1.. ,.',- :'c **
to $7000
againt the a year. A year or j
was enroute to }Miami free-for-all two later one of the great manufacturing .\ hard Ik-bt to Pay. directly upon the hi!U: '- > aDd bl* I
the child took in for the past It cleans -.,s 'ill *
a long the "
I days by freshmen and sopho concerns of the country which 1 owe a debt of gratitude that can clog!:- d! : : :

the water and rushed back by the sanction of the pres-i| supplied a large part of the materialI never be paid off" writes G. S. Clark, kidneys so they can '," and'otffl

him. But he was not to be j and commandant of the eolI I for the construction of this plant became of Westfield, Iowa "for my rescue compose and settl.' ,.'.' the I'8) *
and the train became at from death acid and waste net' "- w'.nh'
ge and characterized the fights as so ouch impressed with the by Dr. King's New Dis *
I t.'ood
scene of terror for nothing cover eliminated remain n: ", '
business Both
ability '
and that in them some stud- !i and efficiency of this lungs were so serious *
of a horrible death was t take unfair advantages, strik-1 I young man that after considerable ly affected that death seemed imminent No man is as da-i--: + :: ''JIU> as *
for the little fellow. I persuasion they Induced him when I and muscular Ufolj"l'h ng the I
from behind. They declare that' to resign commenced taking New d
The conductor was notified and take Discovery. TJW told suffering and !- torroit)
I fights injure the college stand- entire management of ominous dry, hacking I IBackache'iB
the train stopped. After : ". i i their rheumatism.
concern which quit before
employs the
{ g and reputation and should end over first bottle naJ 1 n0ttf?
over and under the cars. I once. 1009 skilled mechanics aDd carries was used and two more bottles madea natuu' -:-: aJt i
conceivable the j jj i ing the sufferer that K:dnevs I
every place, I lOB large business operations througb- complete cure. Nothing has ever ,, care *, I
tor ordered the train I lout this country and abroad offering equaled New Discovery for not acting properlylake!
j DeWitt's Little cough, '
Early Riser ihY5ical'
are !
This colds kidneys, is nun [
slowly. was at i as an inducement a salary of and all throat and lung
point some ten miles south best Drug pills Co. made. Sold by nov-J Live j i i! 119.9000 a )'earaDd an interest in Guaranteed by Barclay & advice to his pat leu-- ,

bastion, where the boy had I i the business.At Groover druggist. SOc and |1.". - bland

noticed. Slowly the train 27 years of age or eight years Trial bottle fre.' aov-dw Now is the time to Jo things:

backward with hundreds I About the stopple thing on the I after he left his Southern home, with by Is the time to do nothiB'-

searching into the darkness is a high heel ran down no equipment except his good character Many an inn seems all right untilit N :13 I e
I Oman is as dan.,' n ';
glimpse of the boy. All the side. and a moderate education, this is found out. I
I thinks you think h1 1 bryyr

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;;= WHOM ISS ED. FOR WHAT PURPOSE.Period of Lie.!i ,, TO PURPOSE.Period ofUc 1
'v I Ie -:' => .dCG .. s : I 'Vr;; d V :::::
From j O o Q.'d .; 0
I To gjgC Qr Z From j, To E7r2 Q
:: -
Eerett . (Merchant, stock less than. l,000Oct.!' ioctriioct.; 3.00 1.50 . . '
"" L. : j 3341.l; Helton .i.\ shingle machine, :5,000 capacity. ;Oet. 1:0ct.: I 5.005.00 ,
. Ins. agt., State Mutual Life Ins. : /
Bpaswell Co.IOct. ; %.30 i j
: 11 1901335jE.
I 1907.!
liT . . Merchant, stock less than. .Jl,000Oct. 1 1lOCt. ) 3.00 1.50 . I I '
: ,. Jones l,0ct. ; II. Williams .1\lerchant.. stock less than. $1,001) June lOct; 11( 1.50 .753361Jim
. Merchant stock less .
vt Ii Chancy l,000.0ct, ( 1l.Oct. 3.00 1.50 Dixon . . . .:Keeper of restaurant, with 10 seats.IJune. 1 Oct. 11. 2.50 1.25
,i1: . . Merchant, stock less than. .
; .r1 Abrams. $l,000,0ct ; 1 3.00, 1.50 331Edwards Realty Co . ;lns. agt., London & Lancaster Ins. Co,Slay 1 Oct. 11 1.25
Novelty Co. Merchant, stock: less than. $lOOO.Oct, 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 . . . .
Springs 338Edwards Realty Co ,Ins. agt., A. H. Fire Ins. Co ,..May 1 Oct. 1.b
l L1iiHo 1If Johnson . ,Merchant, stock less than. $1.000,0ct/ 1)Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 339Edwards, Realty Co . !.Ins. agt.. Sun Ins. Co . . . '\Iay lOct 11 1.5
J11 . . Ins. agt.. State Mutual Ins. . .
Roberts :Oct 1'Oct. 1l.Oct. 5 09 3.f0.. L. Simmons . . ..I\Ierchant. stock less than.$1OOOJuly : 1.50 .75
In y,E. GUgsbY . . .. '. Ins. agt. State Mutual Ins. Co.Oct.:; : 1iOc't'i 5:0: 3Ulsaac: hobo . . . .1\lerchant. stock less than. I.OOOJuly 1:0et.1/; / 1.50 .75
r,1' Theatrical show . .
I1a Blossoms (1 day only) I Feb.
1.50 I
tlSOn ; 2..1- 1906 190734'2jJane
IT\aah'' Couch . . ,Merchant, stock less than. l,000Feb.| ; 3.00 UO !: : :.uua3 . . I,\Ieorchant stock less than.IOOO-t.,! 1lOct.l 3.00 1.50
. . .Merchant .
stock less than. .
eklah Brown $1OOOjJune Ijot -. li, 3.00 1.50 !
1901 I 19013URoberson
r.s.,1.; Gaylord . . !Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 Feb. l| 3.00 1.50 ;! I, ; .75
Anderson than. 1.50
J IjOct. ; & Merchant stock less $1.000'Aug. lOct., 1
Shows[ . . . .
xmlth; Greater Feb. IjOct.; 1)50.00Feb. ) 25.00 3U'\' L. Daughtry . .IKt'ePer. of Livery. Sale and Fee-dl( I
Smith Greater Shows !jOperatirs one merry go round- . 125.00| 1%..0 .1 j stable, 4 horses . . . Jan. l/Oct. 5.00 %..S3h
; lm1th Greater Shows ,One palmist . . . . Feb. l1Oct. 1,25.00Feb. 1.50 lose & Grahamlercbant, stock less / 11 1.50 ..75I
than.$1OOOJuly 1.0ct.l1
nil Greater Shows . One striking machine . . Feb. 11oct. 1 5.00 %50
4T.Smith H. Mitchell . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Jan. 1(Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 3460.,I O. lcCollum . . :I Lawyer . . . . . .. 'Oct.U06"1.Oct. 110.00 5.00
Sill G. Harvard . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 1 Oct. 1 3.001.5a 3-17'11.' E. Carter . . -Law'er: . . . . . Oct. IOct.1110.00; 5.0\
244LOIIu It Hobbs . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Feb. 1'Oct. 1 3.00\ 1.50 3.fSI. J. Carter . . . ..ILaw-er . . . . . ",Oct. 1Oct.! 1110.00 5.0'
I 1906 |11901IUfv 3.f9iJ.o'; uarrell . . ,Law-er . . . . . ...Oct. 1Oct.lI10.00,, 5.0Q
1 : E; Bevan . . .Merchant stock less than. l,000Oct., 1;Oct. 1 3.00 1,50 I I I 1901 19073501C.
HI'E. A. Hodge . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Oct. l.Oct.;. 1 3.CO 1.50 J. Williams . . Photographer, permanently located. (!June 3Oct., 1 .50 1.25
,>, ) 1907 ((1907 351'White: Barber Shop . .IBarbers. with 3 chairs. . . .;June 3Oet.; 1 1.50 .7;)
10arlle Warrick . . 1 Keeper of restaurant, 20 seats Feb. lOct| 1 5.00 .50 352IMcQueen\ & Griffin . ,Barbers, with 2 chairs. . . iJune 3jOct. 11 1.5 .63
its'Y- \V. Wright . . ..:'!Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Feb. 1'Oct' ij 3.00 .50 353E.: A. Johnson .,. . .Inarbers. with 3 chairs. . . :June 3Oct.; 11 1.50. .75
IU B. J. Harrell . . .Keeper of Livery Sale and Feed 1906 i1907 35-1'J.' W. O. Pompey . ,Uarbers, with 2 chaIrs. . . .iJune 3Oct.: 1 1.25 .63
I stable, less than 4 horses . Oct lOct| 1} 5.00 2.50 355J.; W. Woods . . ;Barbers. with 3 chairs. . . ,June 3Oct. 1\ 1.50 .75
19011901| ( 356jMorant & Zandus . 'Barbers, with 2 chairs. . . .IJune. 3Oct.: 11 1.25 '.63
jtl'j )I. N. Peacock . ,Operating one turpentine still . ;Oct. IjOct 1 25.00 25.00 351Geo.; Wolfe . . . ;Green grocers & deals In fresh frultsJune:: 3:0ct.: 11 1,50 .n
IU P. D. Clardy . . A.erchant. stock less than. $1,000lFeb. 1'Oct 1 3.00 1.50 358 J. D. Evans, . . . Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits+;June 3:0ct.: 11. 1.50 .75
uz'J W. Floyd . . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Mar llOct 1 3.00 1.50StSG'u 3591\la's Droi . . . .iGreen. grocers & deals In fresh frultsJune;: 3 Oct. 11 1.50 .75
Cambridge . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000Iar.. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 360iR. L. White . . ''Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits June 3Oet. 1.50 .75
jjlJUrtlafc Hicks . . Traveling gypsies 1 Oct. 125.00;, 12.50 361J.; ,V. Cobia . . ;Green grocers & deals In fresh frultsJune:/ 3 Oct. 11/ 1.501 .75
1fS'8. M. Cooper . . ..Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Mar lOct\;j| li i 3.00 1.S0 36iLlve; Oak Dank. . . ,.Bankers, stock less than. $100OOOJune: 3,Oct. 1j1.50I$ 6.2.5
;,ii/Jackson B. Hawkins .Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Apr. .|Oct. 1 1.50 .75 363jlt X. Wade . . :jBarber, with 3 chairs. . . ;June 3Oct. 11 1.501( .75
StTJohl1Haughton . . ..Merchant. stock less than.$1OOOApr. IIOct.l 1.50 .75 361Wlrstat.; D. of Live Oak.jBankers, stock less than. $100,000 (CoIl. prohibited by law)
fllJ.; W. LIles . . . Merchant, stock less than.$1.000Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .75 365jT.; D. Davis & Co . . 'Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits June 3:0ct.: 1 1.50 ..7536611y.
"jV. R. Moore . . :Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Apr. 1+Oct. 1 1.50 .75 L. Palmer . . Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits.June 3:0ct.: 1 1.50 .75
IM'j.C.Dennle' . . . .Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Apr. .':Oct. ij 1.50 .75 367J.: M. Strickland . . ;.Green grocers & deals in fresh fruits Junes Oct. 1 1.50 .75
Ml'L W. Right . . . .Merchanui'junei stock less than.l.OOOApr. 1':'Oct. 1 1.50 .75 368 P. S. \lcDanlel & Co. . Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits,June 3Oct.; 1'! 1.501 .75
Shelby . . |I>og and pony show . . . Apr. 1|Oct. 1 10.005.00/ 3690.: L. Palmer . . :\Ierchant. stock less than. $I.OOOIAug. 1'Oct. If l. .75
IDEdwards Realty Co . |Ins. agt., Nat. Union Fire Ins. Co. .Apr. 1'Oct. 1+ 1.25 370 Latson Wilson . . :\Ierchant. stock less than. $1.000.Sept. 1jOct. 11 OI .7;)
>|< Edwards Realty Co . IPE. agt., American Ins. Co. . Apr. 1,'Oet. 1.23 371The CItizens Bank . !Bankers. stock less than. $ .;Oct. 1 12.50 6.25
S'Edwards Realty Co . .Ins. agt., Dixie Fire Ins. Co. . [Apr. lOct.!; 11 1.25 372 P. C. Burnett . . .IGreen. grocers & deals In lOO.OOOIJune frultsJune. 1'Och 1\ 1.50 .75
JJI.Edwards Realty Co . Ins. agt., Hamberg-Bremer Ins. Co..\|Apr. 1,Oct. 1.:5I I I 1906 j 1901
j 1906 (/19011$ 373 J. P. Lamb . . . ..Lawyer . . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1,10.00 5.09
utV. A. Miller & Son . Merchant, stock less than. Jl.OOO.Oct. i,Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 374c.: .\ lIardee . . : ;.Lawyer: . . . .. . .Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.001 5.00
i I | | 19011901| I \.:. Butler . . '.Lawyerec . . . . . ,Oct. ,, 5.0"316J.
i/81w. H. C. Barton & Co. (Operating one pool table . . (Apr. lOct.| 1110.00 5.00 I.. Lee . . . :Law) . . . . . Oct 1 Oct. 1(10.00( $ 5.00
SO'IB.'B. Martin . . (j:Merchant stock less than. |1.000jApr.! ;, 1.50\ .7; 3771J. D. Johnson . . ,Lawyer . . . . . Oct. l 5.00
SltLottleBel1.i . . . .Merchant, stock less r than. $1,000A| pr. II'Oct.l\\| 1.50$ .75 37SL., E. Robinson . . !Lawyer . . . . . Oct. lOct.; 1.10.00. \ 5.1)
\ I 1906 ( i 379'1.'! L. Uses . . . ''Lawler . . . . . .Oet. lOct. t.Ot
liltM.. Dixon ... . . Dentist . . . . . Oct. IjOct.' 1110.001) 5.00 3S0 J. E. ,Good . . . !Law'er . . . . . Oet. 1 Oct. 1110.005.00/
| !| 1907 ((19071\ \I IJ.J'T 3S1A., Lee Humphreys . .ILawler. . . . . . :Oct. .;Oct. 110.001 5.00
J. Oldfield . . Ins. agt., Unin Mutual & Association'Apr.' 1,Oct. 1|, I I 1.00 : I 1Isseed! 00 19-06, fro i Oct 1906.)1
( I 11906 |119011| I I I 190 I 1906 I I
31l,George Hunt & Co . (Merchant, stock less than. $4,000Oct.: l.Oct.;. 112.00( I '6.(11) 311IIinely: Stephens Co . ..Keeper o.f Livery, Sele aDd Feed Oct. lOct.: 1 10.00 0.00I.
Ill frankie Ivey . . (Merchant, stock less than. $" uOct.:, lOct 11! I.Sf (I. I stable. leN than 40 horses . I \ I
} I i 11901119011| ( 3,00''I 31IJ. I. Lee . . . I Law"t'T . . . . . :Oct. 5.09Issued
US}Jfrs. E. L. l'essgriveIerchant, stock less than. $l,000Apr.| 1 Oct.Ii;, 1.501! .7:) I ( on 1905 from Sept. 1901.) I 1.0ct.1\10.0&1 I \I 1
Hi'!. L. Wheeler . . (Merchant, stock less than. $1.000May| 1 Oct. Ii., 1.50)) .75 I i 1901 1 1190 1
HTiThe Hair Hardware Co ;Merchant stock less than. $10,000May! 1;Oct. 115.001'! | 7IHTle .50 1 J. L. Moore . . . 1 let'hant. stock less than. $1.09 1) Oct .:Oct. 1 3.00 1.50
: Hair Hardware Co (Keepers of pistols rifles etc . [May 1 Oct. 11| 5.001| 2.50 2 S. C. Kelley . . . ::1Ierthant,. stock less than. $1.W'o'Oet. 1:0et.: 1/ 3.00 1.50
111,Elliott t Gllllsen . .1\lerchant.( stock less than. $1.000'\la) 1 Oct. 11] 1.501 .75 Adolph Katz . . :.Merchant, stock less than. $1,0410,Oct1Oet.( 1 3.W 1.51)
m.Wise & Mlkell . . i lerchant, stock less than. l,000May| ) 1 Oct. 11! 1.501| ,75 j (Transferred lieenees-froia 1
1ML. Drawdy . . ,Merchant, stock less than. $l,000May| 1:Oct. ll! 1.50;, .75 93Tranaferr June 4. 190., to J. B. Zackery . . . J7)1.. . . . . .
t22:P. H. Lewis . . .1(.Merchant, stock less than. $1.090\lay 1 Oct. 11| 1.501( .75 19Tran rred Jan. 2-1. 1907. to Wells Register & Co . . . .I. . .. .
WW.: M. Wiggins . . '!:'Merchant stock less than. H.uOO'May' 1 :Oct. 1 !l 1.50IllS'elsoB .75 1311Transferred Jan. !4. 1907. to Wells Register & Co . . \ . ... . . ... .
: Fuller . . Merchant stock lesshan. l,000'May' 1 Oct. I1! 1.50 .75 131 Transferred Jan. 1:. 1907. to J. L. Lamburn . . . . . . .. .
llSEdwarda Realty Co . :Ins. agt., Fireman's Ins. Co . .1 I May 1 Oct. I SS Transferred Dt.'C. 2%. Uo6. to Edwards Healty Co . . ., . .1. . . b
llEdwards Realty Co . 'Ins. agt., Camden Fire Association. .jMay 1 Oct. 11$ (11.5 no Transferred Jan. %0. 1901. to Well Register & Co. . . . .. .. . 41
JJTCnthbut; Davis . . 'Merchant, stock less than. $1OOo\lay, 1 Oct. Ij| 1.50. .75 188 Transferred Dt'C. Z2. 1907. to J. W. Floyd . . . . .) . .1./ . .1' r
IS W. W. Giles, agt for RettaJ( I | 277 Transferred Iar. H. 1901. to Gaylord & 110\\11 . . 1" .1. . . .
I Stanford . . . .. Merchant, stock less than $1,000 May 1 .Oct Ij 1 1.50 r .7a
3lCambridge&Jones . ;:Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 June l Oct. l1!! 1.50 ,7533J. 1'
W. Armstrong . .Merchant stock less than. $1,000 June 1'Oct.' 11 1.50| .75 We. J. X. ConDt"r. County Judge. and J. N. tlt'f'ks. Tax Colector of said, do -rur._
UlWUllm L. Shaw . . Merchant stock less than $1.000 June 1 ''Oct. 1''! 1.501 .7:; that the foregoing Is full and complete and that all of the entries contained In each and ever% A
I I 1.06 1907'U2'L. column therein are truly and correctly stated.
W. Helton . . \ saw mill. 10.000 capacitU1L >' . Oct 1 Oct 1 3.7;) 3.7:) Given under our hands and Official Seal Of County Judge this 25th day of ()(t. .\. D. 191)".. E
W. Helton . . :Merchant stock less than $1.000Ot. 1 Ott l' 3.00: .1. X. COXXER. County Judge. "
.1. X. Ht-KS. Tax Collector.

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YOU'VE overlooked something you want,

: r y haven't been in here to see our

_Jw jHart, Schaffner & Marx Varsity suits.


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ij you some clothes that are really worthwhile

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ci I L Varsity sack suits $20 to $35, all-wool;
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> Manufacturers of I I l:IH (74. i? FALL IS HERE!

Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, ':;III )_ i WINTER IS COilING!

Power and Turpentine. ::I ll 1'C:\ HOW ARE YOU
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for !I FIXED FORCLOTHING? ft

Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. s -- - _
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> Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing II Inl :Ir;,, We
purposes. '. : have bought a better line of clothing for Men,
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have I : ,,:;I. : Young Men and boys, than ever before. All the latest
special -I I Inl
'f ) 3 shades of browns, and
attention, and all orders promptly filled. : .' ; i grays. mixed.
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We will, ive you good prices on low grade ceiling and I I 10 ". : fit you with a suit of Culture? Then (let us
flooring.: Tome and get our prices. H \ .

One of the features-of-the services I]I ---- __u .V Card. -- -- I I II II,1, : \,1 The Law ences' Model( Made! Clothing

at the Baptist church tomorrow, night To our Neighbors and Friends: I : They fit like tailor made !
will be a word of testimony from I)I Words are inadequate to expre". I : garments a
Mrs. \\aterbury. who comes as the i.our full appreciation for the Ell,1: : We have a strong line of Youths and Boys
pastor's assistant. I pathy and substantial aid k i + made good and
SYOI-I flI strong wear. 'uits'l
by our friends during this '' .1 \ ,
The Hedebo Club had a most delightful casioned by our disaster by fire on
meeting at the home of Mrs.j morning of October 31st. Take a look at our Fancy Silk Vest, they are
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J. C. Baisden Thursda afternoon j We desire to heartily thanlf one i ; fine.
After disposing of the work that i and all for valuable assistance anJ II J f _
had been mapped out. all were incited I assure that IB the
you event that w E COME IN AND
into the dicing room where can fiver sene you. you have tin t -
delicious refreshments were served. ommand Yours sincerely. !
consisting of ice cream cake and IR. and MRS J. H \\'.\LL\<. Ewww E I
cherries. The club then was dismissed .- :.",.".",.,, r.. ... I -J"-W' HITE GENTSFURNISHER.
to meet with Miss Ruby Dexter : II I
next Thursday. Those present j Suscribe for theDaily. E .
were: Mrs. Ed. Porter Misses Rubr 9'
Dexter. Rosalie Lewin, Rie Porter f -
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