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 4, 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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And Xine( Were Injured-Wreck f-

Consumed by Fire. In Anrotkig a Criminal Who Wasin

Difccferge of His Official Duty

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Birmingham, I ov. 3.-Fast pass- -. -Here they come!" >

IDler train No. 3, on the Queen and tJ.. %Talladega, Ala. Nov. 3.-As a re-

r Crescent, going at a high rate of sult of the murde of Tom Thompson

t speed, collided head-on with a freight assistant chief of/ police' here last

ti train one mile south of Morganville, night, Fred Sin eton, a negro, was

,gay thus morning. Three men were riddled with bullets by a posse early

i killed, nine seriously injured, and today. In th/ shooting Policeman

r aboit twenty passengers sustained Otwell, who yas a member of the

t sore or less injuries. The dead are: posse, was slot in the leg. Single-

'; C. B. Spencer, engineer, of BirmingUm ton's body v*s brought to Talladega
.. .
; Bud Apperson of Trenton, (1.. this afternooV and there was the

and Joe Voung, colored fireman. most intense e citement. Two other

Three coaches, mail, express and negroes implicated in the killing of

I IB the mail and express matter betel the jail at Syl/cauga for safekeep- f
I: entirely consumed. The passenger ng.

t train was over an hour behind Thomson's iiurder was peculiarly

: CM, and it is said by officials that atrocious. \\P had arrested three

i they were running seventy miles an "There they gol" crap shooter* who told him they

i tour as the track at this point is 1-- ----- -Triggs in New York Press. knew where \ crap game was in progress 1

I exceptionally fine. The hesponsibilfiy ana airtc'ea tnp omcer to the

for the wreck hasn't been placed. CONTROL (IF' (aOIm.UO.It.; IWO XEG ROES LYXCJIED. AGAINST STATE PROIIIRITIOX. chemical plant When the officer ar-

1 I II ived there he was, fired upon simul-

1 1'a-M-s Into Hands of Harrinian to N ear Mobile by \1abau Mob-Had I, Governor Alabama., Will Aid Le:;;- taneously from several directions. Its
J AP.tLtclIlCOL.Tn."m"; .
Give Him Outlet to feared that
Sea. the
.Committed Murder. I i..I.tDrl to Vote Mate Dry. intense feeling

New York, Nov. According to Mobile Ala., !\o\'. 1./-Abe Sum- ,': Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 2.The aroused ble. may result in further trou
rroaloent Woman Goes Crazy, Cuts today's New York Times E. II. Harriman a\d ,
Hank ..Laucas. negroes, state administration will not give 4'
Husband's Throat and Bills was the buyer of the Centralof :: .
were lynch d early today at .Inegarbend voluntary aid to a state prohibition

I Herself.Pensacola Georgia railway stock which was Ala., Vear tJr i bill, says the Advertiser. The prohibition KTU.StSSIOX: : OF COXGRE8S'resident

sold last week by Oaklaigh Thorne Summerro rmirdered u Julio Boaz, leaders of Alabama know that "
Nov. %.-After cutting Urged to Call One to
and Marsden J. Perry and it is further a young Cuba /Monday night. Boaz the Governor and his political advisers k.
tb throat of her Amend Financial Laws.Washington .
husband and leav-
stated that he is now formulatIng was trying tot\nest Summerroll for who were prominent in the

hf hint supposedly dead in bed, Mrs. plans for the road in connection burglar j paign will not lend any eam-I, D. C., NOT. 2.-It was

lark Hickey cut her own throat, al- with the Illinois" Central. The two Lucas' crime\s the protecting of the movement to have the Legislature learned here today from undoubted t

-:severing the head from the roads now conne ed at Birmingham. Summerroll from \he police and a take up and pass the general sources that President Roosevelt Is ,

Wj. This occurred at Apalachico- Ala., and the posse bion of the Georgia posse. / prohibition bill. now being urged to call an extra session

h yesterday morning, the first news Central gives the lIarrlman lines The bodies were fdund hanging to It is an open secret that the anti- of Congress to deal with the

< the awful tragedy reaching Pen- another outlet |o the Atlantic telegraph poles north \>f town. Sum- saloon leaders have been told this. financial situation. The request

-ned today, when sheriff Gibson of November 1 wad th* date fixed for. merrol's body was a tiff* away from But whether the Go\ernor's negative comes from and represents the judg-

I FnaUla county came here on a visit I the completion o!, the Illinois Central that of Lucas. opposition to a state prohibition bill ment of the conservative leaders in

, hd told of the crime. Mr. and Mrs.ickey I line to Birmingham, and it is now will go far enough for him to vetoit the financial world who have represented -

are among the most promi- currently reported t/at Harrimanwill API'HILS is a question on which two opinIons the present situation as one
TO 1'10.1iou'rnnr :.
) *tt and
wealthy residents of Apa- extend his influence beyond that i are expressed. compelling action of a character
I feWcola( and the deed has caused : thefeeaboard which will
( city eastward.. to at Sa effectively eradicate all
'** Interest < (ill'un'ants Their AssL-
I throughout this sec- vannah and westward by way of ARMY SVRGEOX JI.H.1I1'HT. ground for suspicion of American industrial
hat of the once in Enforcing Railroad Law .
. state. According to the Chattanooga, Birmingham and Mont- methods.

spat[ the wife was suffering from gomery. Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 2Gov. Glennof Part of Face Torn Away by Accidental The President has been assured

a hzps'ary Insanity, and securing a It is believed that Harriman paid North Carolina, who took part in Discltargc of Shot Gun. from most reliable sources that there

-lithe iu the dead of the night went about three million six hundred thou I }esterday's conference over the rail- Tampa, Nov. 2.-While out hunting will be no opposition on the part of

bed" of her husband and cut his sand dollars for the stock. way rate situation in the south with near the the great industries of the country to
b10u Spanish sanitarium, on
ant Leaving the house she walk- I Gov. Smith of Georgia and Gov. CornI the Bay Shore boulevard this mornIng the enactment of the necessary laws

through the gate, and In the XOW IT DELAWARE. er of Alabama, today I to carry out his ideas of federal control -
Dr. T. D.
: ** ISM Berry, an army surgeon
. wt her own throat using the the railroads and the people of his I at EgmVnt to the extent to which he has!
*** hey accidentallyshot
-.weapon her that she had used inhusband's t't'oplc Vote There Tomorrow on UieIssue state to assist him in upholding the I himself. Hte wa/ in a buggy expounded them in his recent public ,

throat. The law of the state and giving the Ares with two friends / utterances. These assurances are
State I'roliibition. I an by the strik-
was not made until yester- of ent rate law a fair trial. ing of the made at this time to avert what has
tar the\trigger oL shot he
WilmingtoL gun
lDornhllhen the body of the Del.. Nov. 2.Theroundup "If, after a fair trial the rates are carried 'tW been represented as the most dangerous -
on vehicle
seat the
eta weapon
'c: wag discovered by parties go- in thi campaign for or found too low," said Gov. Glenn, was dicharged its contents tearIng situation which has confronted '

the bUsiness district. Offi- against license toiseJl or manufacture "though In my judgment it will be the country during an extended historic .
away part the
tilt of his face
Immediately called and liquor in this state w Il take place to found they will increase receipts, and forehead. His period-that Is, the seeming -

|tlg| the\'entered the house they morrow. There is no half-way bus[ then the railroads may rest assured serious wounds are very growing lack of confidence based on
though at a late hour tonighthe
the kand on the bed with ness In the matter l.if the proposed' that the state will do what is right.I has even chances for known irregularities in business +
tkvu recovery.
: tatHe s-as still alive, prohibition of the feale of liquor i I appeal to the railroads to stop their! methods in some quarters, and no

t OU" nd It is not belie- Delaware. The aJl of Assembly distinctly litigation, which will result in no Close Call for Death. sure and speedy means of separating ;

f Itj e can I ivlve.l A coroner's declares w,4at the voters shall I good to them or the people, and let l the good from the unsound.
tr\ do. The first section of the act of f all (Times-Union, 3rd.)
Intofthe fuse, the first us await results until the next

= at ofHoul play, but March 21, 1907, rays: "That on the meeting of the general assembly." Mrs. H. C. Anthony of 1732 En Amend Financial Laws.

O enta c/ sed them to Tuesday next aftW the first Mondayof "If some of our business men terprise street was disturbed from
end it is
suggested that
C ter41 of lui ide in the case November in Uie year of our Lord would stop trying to persuade me to her slumbers. an early hour yester the President set
Congress to the
hfei nd a lo' that she in- one thousand moo hundred an seven, violate the law passed by the legislature day morning by neighbors, and probably first task of making such amendments -

wo td 0 the husband, in each of the several districts of the ," the governor added, "which saved from her death, as the to the flnanclalla"'s will
[ as result -
h ben state mentioned Section 2 of article under room in which she was sleeping had
ttt suffering ..r my oath it is my duty to maintain in the max'mum of flexibility
y L(.Boray insanity and XIII of the Constitution of the and which I have no right to caught fire frym coals from an open with the minimum of basic change

ted aCa number of state of Deleware, the question, alter or appeal and will turn their grate, and within a few more minutes in
our system; next, and perhaps
bIiUlnI and and sale the entire roo i would have been
'Whether the manufacture
persuasive and influences
n !sb' It powers toward greater in importance, that the President
three weeks shall be licensed :,I a mass of flames.
since that the of intoxicating liquors inducing the railroads to obey : tmbcJy his suggestions on corIteration -
took her from a sanitarium, or prohibited within thelimitsof the law as passed until it has had a Early yesterday Vaorning Mr. Anthony coin jai :nto succinct
lh ree tet-
lad been under treatment. said several d tricts,' shall be sub- fair trial they would be doing a who is a citytealesman for one uit-ndations ion enactment Into Jaw

g .lQarrlage she was the pro mi ted to the vote* of the qualified much greater service to their state. of tbe local wholesale houses accpm Tel<*zrni ', Miikr o\cr. t
the largest districts." panted by his son,/left for Mayport,
millinery electors of said several
to estab- -" New Orleans, La.,Jl'ov. 2 -The te-
we which left Mrs. Anihony alone
Ute the
her place of ed too long and were caught in the / legraphers herV hfe voted that the
t } .4 011 Bay street in Stranded AUialtx Off Florida Coa t. shallow water. Mr. Ooethe saw a strike is a thin&wf the past and announced -
fader Policeman John B. Tanner who
J. Tr! she the name of JaCk-I Nf{rooksville Argws. ) 'J'I great com otioo there Saturday but lives in the nelg rhod first noticed that an tVose who desire to
did cot investigate, A gentleman return tow wilrdw permitted to
mat of On Tuekdaj" last tip carcasses of the smoke pouring from the
money and it was 1 I visiting the coast for fish says they i iI Anthonjdwelling do so. Seyeral I of th branch otikda t
E o .shOWed two a hales'-ere found by Mr. Joe and with the assistance or
first symn- are called minnoV whales. Mr. John which bare been closeil ever sdsw.
1 The Goethe in tbXshayows on Fiddler I I Frank WilliaaH another neighbor i
E business was C. Law. our tail collector, saw thlarger S the location of the atrik are fcetag
she point at Bay PoW'the first ever seen broke into house and awaken ,
was sent to a pri I' of the to and says its mouth tt < opeoedf for business and JMiI'1
".;.She Is on the HernamuWast. They were J }Irsntho and carried her fromouse.
a sister of was large enough to 'Have swallowed are wing to work at the Tar >w exchanges
karst male and fenyne.N/The male measured the burning .
I "'ii< at Apalachicola. ;I Jonah and cm torn his clothes every day.
18 feet- n lengNi and 4 feet i in An alarm of fire was turned in

la height or ameter: t e female 14 j I I from bo'x No. 94, and the fire department and the acme* were nader control
a I
thing devised to in length,/about 3 in height. It I is I i When fi man announces' that he was so n on the scene. How when the otpartment arrived. The <

of' the patent-med- supposed they came into th e. bay last has d..snjepsia; it is the sign te 'hiul vor prior to the arrival of the fir c- >, dac ag1 wiJ'! ntffc amount to more

> 4r Saturday on the spring tide remaip n-I I '.e is getting rich j I i t.C:1 a gardci hose was secured j i I than $4.00t.x


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NOVEMBER 4, 1907.


SIIWAN: EE com"T\ of which haTe been flied l Period of Lie.
Duplicates .,
with REPORT the County OF Judge LICENSES for the Issued period by the beginning TaxCoIlector on the first day of October A. D. 1906. and TO WHOM ISSSED. FOR WHAT PURPOSE. V Vc I. -

and ending on the let day of October J A. D. 1907. O From I' To N m o:

I 1.

-; .' .. .. Wells . . Merchant. stock less than. U.OOU\Oct.\ II'Oct.l ",0 u,
Yo .
Period of Lic. .2 19 J. . . \.Merchant. stock less than. $1.00UIOct. 3.0
PURPOSE. 130 James Williams less than. 1000Pct. I.Oct.l 3'00
; I TO WHOM ISSNED.FOR WHAT V GI' Vx =' 131 J. L. Barnes . . ..1)lerchant.. stock stock less than.$1.000iOct. l'Oct.l 3:00: ut

From To H j E; S 132 J. J. Johnson . .. .. .. ..IMerchant.(Merchant. stock less than. $1.00UjOct., llOct! 1 3.00.t:
133 Lewis Washington stock less than. $ .000Oct. 1'Oct: 1

n06 I i907 I i 134 demon & Langston.........1..Merchant. ,. . . . . . I OCL IOCt.l{ sooo.zP':
less than. $1.00U!Oct. 1 Oct. 1 $3.00 $1.50 135 John Robinson . .IShows stock less than. $1.ooupct. 1!Oct. 1 3.00137W. :
. Merchant. stock . .1lerchant.
. (
1 Scott Stewart less than. $1.000 Oct. IIOct. 1 3.00 1.50 136 J. C. Brock stock less than. $1.00U Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.0 -

. . Merchant stock . ,
Bradfield \Ierchant.
2 Betsy accommodation for four S. Tompkins \ agents . . . ,Oct. 110ct.ll0( 80 -
. . Restaurant . Real 114
3 Alberta Taylor . . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 %.50 138 Bardin & Edwards ,Merchant, stock less than. $1.000pct. 1 Oct 1 S'O
persons ,
table . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 139 B. L. Stewart \ stock less than. $$17.000Oct... l Oct, 1 uCtIn
. . One pool Co. Merchant. ,
4 W. D. Frederick table . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 140 The Worth Stephens stock less than. :. $1.00U oct. l!Oct. 1
. One pool Merchant.
. 19.00
5 W .D. Frederick Frederick . . One pool table . . . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 James Willis . .Co. Furnishing telephones . . 'IOct. I Oct l P'
6 W. D. Oct 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 So. Bell Tel. & Teleg. s'oo
than. $1.000 142 less than. l Oet. l
. . Merchant stock less Merchant, stock $1.00U10ct..
'I G. )1. Brim 1.50 . .
$1,000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 143 D. T. O'Hara 1 Oct. l a'oottt:
stock less stock less than.$1.00UPct.
. . Merchant .Merchant
8 lke Middleton 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 W. J. Reynolds a'oolu'
$1.000 Oct. 144 than.$1.00UOct. IOct.l
less than. stock less \
Merchant. .
. .
9 Mra. Me. Barrow of hotel for 13 persons Oct. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 2.30 145 'Mallery & Moore . ..Merchant turpentine still. . ..Oct. 1 Oct I I
10 IkQ.-Middleton . . Keeper 3.00 1.50 . . . Operating one I
Shaw U"
Oct1 Oct. 1 J. D. Oct. 3.001
less than.1,000 14 less than. $1.00U 1 Oct. l
. IMerchant stock lerchant. stock
. .
11 12 A.H. S.B. Peterson Banks . . ..Merchant stock less than. $1.000/Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 147 S. B. Chesnutt .. .. .. .. .. .) ; of a theatre . . .Ioct. 1 Oct. 1 50.00.21,14: I

J. I. Johnson . . Merchant stock less than. $1.00UOct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 148 Porter & Dexter . .Merchant. stock less .lhan. $8.000jOct. 1 Oct 1 24.00 lt14
13 Co.
f $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 149 T. J. Hackney & c'oO
less than. U.OOOOct. IOcll
. .. Merchant stock stock less than.
14 A. L. ITey . 1.50 . . .terchant 214
1 3.00
. . Merchant. stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 150 G. O. Register stock less than. $5.000.0ct.. 1 Oct.l1s'oO
J. R. McDaniel . . .Merchant
15 . . Merchant stock less than. $.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 6.00 3.00 151 Horn & Key. lerchant. stock less than. $1.000oCl 1 Oct, l s'o" 11:
16 W. S. Hodge . ,
. Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 G. Thompson
rifles etc 152 R. with 20 seats Oct. 1 Ocll 5'00
. Dealer In pistols restaurant,
. of
Wolfe .
1'1 Geo. . .1
pct. 18.00 S.OO o' Crittenden .
1 .
less than. $6.000 Oct. 1 153 R. } : 3'00 t'
stock than. $1.00UOct. IOct.l
18 Geo. Wolfe . . . ..Merchant 9.00 4.50 . . ...Merchant stock loss '
U.OOO Oct. 1 Oct. 1 154 C. W. Rogers :
than. :00
19 S. J. White . . . .Merchant stock less 1 12.00 6.00 Tyson . . .I(Merchant. stock less than. $1.00Upct. 1 Oct 1 L311561W.
oct. 1 Oct. A. A.
than. $1.000 155
. Merchant. stock less of boarding hause U roomsJOct. 1Oct. 1 500
20 Suwannee Drug Co 6.00 3.00 Burnett . . .Keeper 231
. ...Merchant stock less than. $2,0004Oct. 1 Oct. 1 D. of Livery Feed and Salel (
& Groover .
21 Barclay ; . . Keeper
22 Fla. Book Supply Co.. . Merchant stock less than. U.OOO\Oct.\ 1 Oct. 1 6.00 3.00 157 n. J. Cannon stable with 8 horses . . .Oct. 1'Oct. l 10.00

t 23 Mays Brol . . . Merchant. stock less than. U.OOoOct., 1 Oct. 1 6.00 6.00 3.C10 3.00 . . . )Ierchant. stock less than. $1.00U\Oct.\ 1 Oct. l 3.00 LJ

U J. B. Enna . . . Merchant. stock less than. $%.OOOOct., 1 1 Oct.Oct. 1 1 3.00 1.60 15S Jim Porter Sheffield . . ...Merchant. stock less than. $1,000Oct! 1 Oct, l 3.00 151
. Merchant. stock less than. Oct. 159 Warren stock less than. $1.00U Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00
26 Surrency &: Powers $10.0001Oct. 30.0015.00 . .,Merchant. { U
1 Washington
Co. . Merchant stock less than. 1 Oct. 160 F. U. stock less than. $1.000/0ct. IOct.l 3.00
26 M. L. Burnett ; 6.00 3.00 . . Merchant. / Lp
2'1 J. M. Strickland . . ..Merchant. stock less than. U.OOO Oct. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 161 Newton & Cox Paul . )lerchant. stock less than $1,000.Oct.. IOct.l 3.Oe

28 J. W. Cobta . . Merchant. stock less than. $$1.000Oct., 1 Oct. 1 1 3.00 3.00 1.50 162 Washington Turbeville . .)Merchant stock less than. $$1.00Uoct.;/ IOct.l 3.00 tl:
29 S. Powell . . . !.erchant stock less than.1,000\Oct 1 Oct. 163 Broome . . .Merchant. stock less tban. $1.00UOct., IOct.l S.OO Ut
30 Live Oak Telephone Co ._ Furnishing telephone. stock less. 164,-hart & "bigden .Merchant, stock less than. ;.,.. nnn.n.t..'..... 1. Oct. 1. 3.00 u.
than . . . ... . $1,000.Oct.:. 1 Oct 1 10.00 5.00 65 R. I. Robinson . . Merchant stock less than. l,00upct.VVVf. lOctl I
31 t Bill Burke . . . ..Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct 1]Oct 1 3.00 1.50 66 Hart & Chancy . .1.Merchant, stock less than.$7OOOJOctMerchant 1 Oct 1 %UlUIl61 1.001151l68
. . Oct 1 Oct 1 5.00 2.50 W. McLeran . .
. A.
32 Bill Burke . . . .Keeper of hotel 6.00 3.00 Kennert. Jr . stock less than. $l,000pct. 1 Oct 1 3.00, LSI
3S C. A. Grover . . Merchant stock less than. $2,000IOct 1 Frank . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000Oct., 1 Oct. l 3.00 LSILSI
. . Merchant stock less than. l,000pct 1 1 3.00 1.50( 69 Mrs. J. I. Morgan 1 Oct 1
McDaniel less than.$1.000jOct. 3.00
Merchant stoc
Smart ,
34 1.50 . . .
35]J. D. Radford . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct 1 OctlOctl 3.001| 170 J. J. Rawlln . \Merchant, stock less than. $1,0001.Jct, 1 Oct 3.00 LSILSI;
3.03; .
6.00 Alexander
Oct. 1
% William
than. $ .000 71
Merchant Oct 1 Oct 1
& Hayman less than. $1,000 J.OO
Helvenston stock
36 Merchant
. ,
1.50 .
less than. 1,000 Oct 1 Oct 1 3.00 72 Allen Woods
. . Merchant stock
37 C. S. SimpklnsB. 10.00 5.00( . . . Keeper of Livery Feed and
38 A. Crawford & Cb . Brokers stock less than. 10000Oct.;[ 1 Oct 1 73 Max Hall stable 2 horses . . . ..Oct 1 Oct 1 $.00 2.5
. Merchant stock less than. l,000Oct;, 1 Oct 1 3.00 1.50
39 G. W. Townsend .Merchant stock less than. $2,0001Oct Octl .00 u'l751c.
stock less than. 1 Oct 1 3.00 1.50 174 C. B. OlliS & Son. . ,
S. .Merchant $1.000pct.. $2,000Oct I Oct. 1
40[Thomas .Merchant stock less than. ;, J.OO IN
41 J. M. Cobia . . .. Merchant stock less than. 11,000,OctMerchant 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 4.50( t B.Ollitr BrokeragV& 6om. Co.Merchant.| stock less than. lUOOgeL 1 Oct 1 12.00 I.N
. stock less than. $2,5001Oct. 1 OctlllOct 9.00 76! O. .
W. Bache 1 Oct 1
C. 3.00
42 Mrs. Merchant stock less than. $ LSI
OctDealer 1 50.00 25.00 G. J. Lee . . . ,
43 Suwannee Hardware Co. Merchant, stock less than. 120.000 5.00 177\ . . .Lawyer . . . . . JOct \Octll0ct 10.00 I."
Hardware Co in pistols rifles etc . .\[Oct. 1 Octl65JA. 10.00 178 M. E. Broome
44 Suwannee less than.$1,00u.Oct. ] 1IjOct 3.00 LSILSI
. Oct. 1 Oct. 1 15.00 7.30 Martin . .1( Merchant stock .
Co. . . Keeper of hotel 25 rooms. [ "
45 Hopson & IsO.E stock less than. U.OOoOct.; 1 3.00
. .11Ierchant.
6.00 .
stock less than. $4.000.Oct. 12.00 C. Horn & Co
. . Merchant, Iloct.l
46 E. A. Burdick stock less 1 Oct 11 3.09 LSI
. .. Merchant stock less than. $2.000Oct. 6.00 3.00 181\J. H. Johns . Merchant( than.$1.000IOct.( .
41 Mrs. E. N. Lawler stock less than. lOOOOct, 1 Oct. 1Oct 3.00 1.50 182 li. S. Thompson' . . (Merchant, stock less than. 11.0 00.Oct. 1'Oct 11( 3.00 LII83Eugene
. . Merchant,
48 D. B. stock less than. $1.000pct$1.000pct Oct 1 3.00 LSILSI
49 H. I. Blackburn . . .Merchant stock less than. $10.000[Oct. 1 1Oct 30.00 15.00 Hawkins . !Merchant stock less than. 1./;lOctl 3.00
1 [ 1lOct 3.00 1.30 L. Chapman . Merchant
stock less than. U.OOOoct.
. . Merchant, 1841A.
i 50 G. Potsdamer $1.0000ct$2.500pct IjOctl( 3.00 LSI1SI
less than.
6.00 3.00 . . j Merchant,. stock
. . .Merchant stock less than. $2,000.Oct. 1 1 185 W. E. Floyd
51 City Pharmacy 1 Oct. 1 21.00110.50 McIntosh . . !erchant. stock less than. 1 lOctl/ 1.00
J. Blume & Co. . Merchant, stock less than. $1.00010ct. 186T. I. / /
52 E. . ... Merchant stock less than. iooojoet IjOct 1 3.00 1.50 187 Spencer Clark . . Keeper of restaurant 10 seats. . Oct. l.oct 1.( 5.00 LSILSI
,b3 54 Thos.Miles Cambridge . . Merchant stock less than. $iooooct; IjOct 3.00 1.50 188:S. F. Parnell . . I}Merchant stock less than. $lOOoOct.$1.000jOct] l,Oct. 1 3.00
1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 F. . . . %!Merchant stock less than. iOct; 11; 3.00] LSIMerchant
55 R. M. Silas . . . .Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct (\ 189'R. Hays
. Merchant stock less than. iooooct,;, 1|Oct. 1 3.00 1...C 190 W. F. Farnell . . j Keeper of Livery Sale and Feed! i I
56 G. W. Drandy &.Merchant Co stock less than. $1,000 Oct. 1,Oct 1 3.00 1.50 ', f. stable 4 horses . . . |'Oct If(Oct 1. 5.00!! 13ipctl

57 Wiliam Scott 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 G. W. Umstead . . (Merchant, stock less than. $i,000'Oct ; J.OOj LSJ
58 J. C. Crawley . . Merchant, stock less than. $l,0000ct 191
. . Merchant, stock less than. $ $4OOOOct. 1 Oct. 1 12.00 6.00 192 G. Mickler . . (Keeper of Livery, Sale and Feed! I'lO.Ofli!'! '
59 Butler Bros. \ OOOct.{ 1 Oct. 1 6.00 3.00 I stable, 8 horses . . . \lucl193 .;Oct. IM'
less than. $2,
+ 60 E. S. Tellock & Co . Merchant stock \
Miss M. V. Edwards . Merchant stock less than. $2.ooooct.;; 1 Oct. 1 6.00 3.00 Jas A Wyche . .I( Merchant stock less than. $l,000Oct194iEzelle | IOct11; ,. 3.00 L9

t 62 61 Y. Y. Hlngson . . Merchant, stock less than. l,000Oct 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 & Walker' . . (Merchant, stock less than. $l,000pot, lOctl, 3.00! LSI

63 J. M. Brock . . .1..Merchant stock less than. l,000Oct, 1 Oct 1 3.00 1.50 95'Smith & Baker . . stock less than. U.OOOjOcL 1:Oct 1'' 3.0011.51(

64 J. E. Thomas . . Merchant stock less than. $lOOO.Oct 1 Oct. 1IjOct 3.00 1.50 Phillips:; & Allen . . \.}Merchant stock less than. _,$1.ooojOct. lOctl: UOI1Sl
1 1 3.00 1.50 Edwards & Co . !}Merchant stock less than. l,000Oct.| lOctl :.0'/iU
E. L. Fort . . .j.Merchant.( stock less than. i.ooooct; 197 F. J.
I Oct 1 3.00 1.50 . . (Merchant, stock less than.$1,000Oct.m'lEdward tOcll, UOIUt)
66 Standard Oil Co. . . [Merchant, stock less than. $1.000Ort., 198.J.. N. Uosberry ,
67 F. Rubenstein . . .Merchant, stock less than. $3.000,Oct. 1\Oct. 1 9.00 4.50 E. Resor . . ,Keeper of restaurant 20 seats . ..Oct200'G. 1 Oct 1. 5.00J) Vt

68 J. C. Lyle . . . .Merchant stock less than. $59010ct IjOct 1 3.00 1.50 ; W. Zandus . . ( Merchant stock less than. $1.000.uct-! 1Oct. I .OOILSI
69 P. L. Bridges . . Keeper of restaurant 20 seats .[,Oct. 1,Oct. 1 5.00 2.50 201'Bojd' A. Cox. . . .llns- agt. for State Life of Rome Gai.ct202ITaylor .:Oct 1'' 1i

70 D. A. Dunaway . . .Keeper of Livery. Feed and SateI] I I Mose & Co . IMerchant, stock less than. $iooolOct. .:Oct 1: .00 ID1'Octl
stable 8 to 12 horses . . (Oct. IjOct. 1J15.00 7.50 03C., H. Whitfield . . .Merchant', stock less than. $l'boOOct.Merchant : 3.091! L*

71CIegg & Knowles . .Merchant, stock less than. $1,000Oct (',Oet.1' 3.00 1.50 204 J. P. llowland . . stock less thaii. :$1.oouOct. 1.Oct 1 3.00; Lit
72 Fla. LheStock &Vehicle Co.j'Keeper of Livery. Feed and Sale) I I :205iLove; & Chaetham . I iBrokers., stock less than. $ ct. tiOcll'lO.OO,5.206John ; .*

(corporation) . . \ stable, 19 horses . . . ,Oct. 1 ct. 1 25.00 12.50 : Jackson . . :|Keeper of Livery Sale and Feed\! ,
&Vehicle Co. I 10 i I I I stable 4 horses . . . ictl Oct 1 UOI.i
Live Stock )
.3 Fla.
(corporation) . . .1lerchant. stock less than. $1,000 Oct. l.Oct 1 12.00 6.00 207John I Jackson . . .1.Merchant, stock less than. l,000Oct; I Oct 1 3.00J 15
74\Suraski Bros. . . :.Merchant, stock less than. $1VUU1Oct. 1,Oct 1 I 12.00 6.00 208 .\. D. Puterbaugh . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000Oct I Oct 1 3.0111 i Jj

75 Live Oak Auction Co. . [Merchant stock less than. lOOOJOct. IjOct. 3.00 1.50 209 Sun Bros . . . |Dog and pony show . . ,,Oct. LOcL 1 10.091! U

761,,C. J. Manker . . [Keeper of restaurant 20 seats . |Oct. 1 (Oct. 15.001 2.5) 210Abraham] Nason . Traveling| dealer . . . Oct. I I of 1,50.005J,
77 B. I'. Coachman & Co..IKeeper( of Livery Feed and SalelOct.: 1 Oct. 1\15.00 7.53: iDennts> Graham . . .,iMerchant stock less than.$1,000Oct. 1 Oct Ifioctr UOIIJ'

I stables 8 to 12 horses . . .1 j 21210.o'| Jenkins . . [Merchant, stock less than l,0000ct. t, +
. 78 Caleb S. SimpkinaG. . (Merchant, stock less than. $1.oooOct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 13 Lawrence Gamble . (Merchant, stock less than. $1.00UIOct. Oct It J.OO)

79 H. Tillman . . Merchant, stock less than. 1000Oct.. 1/Oct 1 3.00 1.50 214William( Gear . . .1(Merchant, stock less than. $1.00uOct., 1 Oct 11! I.W L3 19 '

8010. D. McMuller & Co. . j.Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct;, 1,Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 215,Homer Tyson . . f Merchant, stock less than. $1OOOIOct. 1 Oct 11, 1901 1

81 E. S. Ingram & Co. . Merchant, stock less than. 1000Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 2l6Xulin[ George . . (Merchant, stock less than. U.OOUIOct. I:Oct 11 UOII.) !

82 Live Oak Mfg Co . .1 Furnishing electricity stock less) 217C.( }1. Moten . . . Keeper of restaurant 8 persons. ':'Oct- lOctllOctl 5.001 Li

than . . . . $10.000 Oct. 1 ,Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 218 O. A. Hows . . .I.Merchant[ stock less than. $l,00o/!ct219JB. 3.0017/ :

83 Live Oak Mfg Co . (Operating shingle machine 10.0001 1 : W. Helvenston . Ins. agt.Virginia State . : .lct220IB. llOctl: ,1
I shingles daily . . . . .|,Oct. lOct?, 1 5.00 5.0'J' W. Helvenston . . ;,Ins. agt. Westcher Ins. Co. . l Oct IOct.11: ( i 1

.: 84 Live Oak Mfg Co..IManufacturing( ice, 9 tons daily. ]Oct. lOct| 1 5.05.00 %218.V., Helvenston . ;,Ins- agt., Williamsburg City Ins. Co.Oct! 1'Octl!' : 1'

L r: 85 p. C. Burnett . . .1(. Merchant stock less than. l.000,0ct., liOct.. 3.00 1.50 22tB.W.( : Helvenston . ,Ins. agt. New York Life Ins. Co. |Oct l,0ctl,; | : 1%
86|w. H. Norals & Co . {,}Merchant stock less than. lOOoOct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 % 3IB. W.: Helvenston . jlns.. agt. Fidelity & Casualty Ins. Co.i:ct- 1'OctljliOct;; ; 1,;

87 1'. S. McDaniel & Co. Merchant, stock less than. 1000Oct., 1\Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 2; W. Helvenston . .|Ins. agt., U. S. Fidelity & Guar. Co.IOct.( I 11 (,1

88 J. L. Hopps . . .Merchant stock less than. $lOOOJOct; 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 225,8., W. Helvenston . Ins. agt. Aetna Ins. Company ,I001226 l.Oct' 11| 1-
89 Colson & Wynn . . .1.Sewing. machine agents . . ,Oct. 1''Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 : !B. W. Helvenston . 'Ins.' agt, American Central Ins'o' i Oct. (,Oct 11,

90ILI1'e Oak Mfg Co . Distillers, of turpentine . . [Oct. 1|Oct. 1 25.00 25.0( 227.B. W. Helvenston . . ;Ina. agt, British-American Ins. Co. ict- lOctll,0ctl: ,,12.8B. 1

,. Smithson & Co. . Merchant stock less than. l.20JJOct. 1 Oct. 1 6.00 3.00 ;, W. Helvenston . ;,Ins. agt., Citizens Ins. Co. . .lct229JB. :, (
92 John W. Bell . . .1 Merchant, stock less than. $lOOoOct! 1\Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 :., W. Helvenston . ?IBS. agt. Continental Ins. Co. . ict2301B. l0ctl;! ,1-

93 D. S. Goss . . ..Merchant, stock less than. $lUOOOct.\ 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 W. Helvenfton . .|Ins. agt. Eagle Ins. Co. . . ;;,Oct. l0ctl! I I311B.

9 John| Dees . . . I Merchant, stock less than. l,000Oct; 1 Oct. 1 3.50 1.50 W.: Helvenston . :Ins. agt. Fireman's Friend Ins. Co. !ct232B. 1'Octl:' :

95|J. M. Sullivan & Co. . 1 Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct.: 1 Oct 1 3.00 1.5C( | ": Helvenston . jlns. agt., German-American Ins. Co. OcL 1'Octl, :

96 W. E. Howell . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct, 1:0ct.l: 3.00 1.51 233B., W.: Helvenston . ,Ins. agt, Georgia Home Ins. Co "!Oct .':Oct 1.. H25 -

97 Dowling L. & N. Store .1.Merchant, stock less than. $1.000,0ct. ijoct. Ij/ 3.001.50/ 234 ,B. W. Helvenston . .Ins. agt. Hanover Ins. Co. . :i Oct l0ct.| 1133j1. |

_, 9S Dowling L. & N. Store Co. Operating one saw mill . . 'Oct. lOct.: 1 1.5012.50 W. Helvenston . llns.. agt., Hartford Fire Ina"Co..Oct.: : HOctli1'Oct! :

99 Dowling L. & N. Store Co. Operating one shingle machine.) 236B.| W. Helvenston . jlns. agu, Home Ins. Co ict237'B. :: li
i day . . . (Oct. 1 I Oct 1 5.00 5.00 W. Helvenston . ;ilns. agt. Ins. Co. ofo rth' America.Uct.' : ; liOct.; : i

100 Dowling L. & N. Store Co.blerchant. stock less than. $21,000Oct. 1 Oct. 1 52.00 %6.011 238 B. \\ Helvenston . ,Ins. agt. Liverpool, London & Globe'OctI 1;:Oct II( t:

101/Judge Hughs . .1(Merchant, stock less than. $1.ooopct.+ i ,Oct 1 3.00 1.50 I I Ins. Co. . . . . 'Oct. 1'Oct: If 1
10210. B. Rouse. stock less than. $1000Oct.; lOct| 3.00 1.50 239JB., W lielvenston.ins.;,, agt. Northern Assurance ins. Co01240 1 ,Oct II!! .

103 H. O. Peeples . . .Merchant, stock less than. $1.00Oct.' IjOct. 11 3.00,/ 1.5C 'B. W. Helvenston . 'Ins. agt, N. British & Mercantile Inn. :Oci- l,0ctl, | :

I 104 C. S. Le Fever . . Merchant stock less than. $3.000'Oct 1,Oct. 9.00 .50 I I Company . . . . [Oct. rocti: :
105 J. M. Marable . . .1.Merchant, stock less than. $ iOOOpct. 1 .Oct. 1R\ 3.00 1.50 I 241 :B. W. Helvenston . ,Ins. agt. Palatine Ins. Co . . +Oct. 1 Oct 1.

106,:J. M. Marable . . j Distilling turpentine . . . Oct. IjOct. 25.00 25.0 242 B. W. Helvenston . ;:Ins. agt. Phoenix Ins.: Co. .. . :Oct. l'Ocll1 i

107Sandy(! Hendly . . i !erchant. stock less than. $1.000Oct. 1'Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 243,B. W. Helvenston . Ins. agt., Phoenix Ins! Co . . Oct. 1 ,Oct. 1 .<

108 H. D. Weeks . . (Keeper of restaurant with 10 seats) 244IB.! W. Helvenston . Ins. agt., Penn. Ins. Co 'Oct. 1 Oct L
I capacity . . . . . (Oct.H. lOct. 5.0012.5a 2h'B. W. Helvenston . ''Ins. agt., Providenc Wash'! .' & ''Oct 1 Oct 1

109! D. Weeks . . '!'Merchant stock less than. $1,000pet 1'Oct 11| 3.00 1.50 246'B. \\'. Helvenston . ,1ns. agt.. Queen Ins. Co. . .". Oct247 1 Oct I'' :

110 D. J. Mills . . . 'Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct., 1 Oct. 11 3.00 J 1.50 :! 'B. W. Helvenston . .:IBS. agt. Royal Ins Co ,Oct.. Octl ;
111 The" Ladies' Emporium ( Merchant stock less than. 2.000 Oct. i Oct. II. 6.00 3.00 248,B. W. Helvenrtoa . ''Ins. agt.. Scottish Uniofl & 'Nat In3.' ;OCt 1 Oct 1 :

112S. phlllips . . . ;Merchant, stock less than. $1.000Oct.11I'r'harlev 1 ;Oct. U! 1.50 I I Company . . 'Oct 1 Oct 1
;' Wing Sing . .(Keeper of laundry . . . Oct. LOct, 1 3,0E 5.00 249 B.V.. HelvenMoa . Inm. a
114'Anna Hill . . . '.Merchant stock less than. $1.000Oct lOct.;| 1.5J i Company . . . . .. Oct. 1 Oct. "
115 Thos. Dowling . . :Furnishing water . . . .IOct. 1'Oct'': 1 30.00125.00 250'B. W.: Helveastoa . . 'In.. agt., Sun In*. Co ext. 1 Oct. 1 : I
116 n. P. Coachman Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct. 1 ,Oct. 11 3.001 1.5 251 B. \\ 1.Ive-ut08.ID..agt..TontOBia las" Co : : : : : Oct 1 10'tl ..

117 Scarborough & Co . Merchant stock less than. $2.000: Oct. jOct: 11. 6.003.00\ ?." C. C. Keene . . . ,}Merchant atock less than". .'. $1'.00') <*''. j Or ;t. 1 3,11 S.

118 Porter & Dexter . Operating skating rink. . . Oct IOct. IjlS.OO;; 7.50 2 S. S. Bardin . . ;Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 <*.' t oct 1 .

119 }Mathis & Williams . ,Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 Oct. IOct.: lj; 3.00"! 1.50 l-l hey Lt'l11*"" . . :Merchant, stock less than. $l'OOU 1 O( t J 314

UO|Jim Holmes . . 'Merchant.stock less than. $1.000 Oct. .;Oct. Ii;; 3.001 1.50 2:> R ;.lathl8 . . . Kepeor of restaurant for .0' persons.O( t (II t I 13M

121 Thomas Davis . . Merchant. stock less than. $1,000 Oct. ,'Oct.'! li. 300| 1.50 %:i6 J&8 McOuire . . 1)1 eft ha'I. $1.000 < t laC: J M
122 M. E. Cooper. . r. [Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 11!) 3.001.! 1.:>0 1. tVeiss . . iMerchant. stock lew thaa .000 r i o(: i I.
123 Frank tTL Fort. . . 'Merchant stock leas than. $1.80VOct.; lOctl: 3.00| 1.50 )Jones n how'Co. . :,n.. and posy show . . . O'h' 1 +Oct 1 IAN? i il
W S. -ewsome .. stock less than. $1.000Oct 1'Oetl'! 3.00 1.50{ 259 'R. R. Brow . . I Merchant, stock Jell than. l Oct ) ;340
124 stock less than. $1,000 Oct. I |Oct. 1 3.t. 1.50 J'Ii. I" oit J
125 Dennis Rickerson [ 260 Car ek" . Merchant, stock Mess. than $ l .UUU ;..M t
16S.i J. )Moore . . .1(IMerchant. stock leN than. $1,0+O0 +Oct liOct 1liOctl a." 1.50 261 J.: M. Bally . +i Aectiooc e r . . . . . OI.t 1 Oct 11))I.M
127 'Live Oak Drug Co . (Merchant stock less than. lOOOOct. 3.00 1.50 % Alfred Grata . 'IMerchant, stock leas. than. ll.yOO o( t 1} oct ." }

12811. J. Heath agt for Su- I I I 2<;3 John H. Sparks . . Dog and pony show . ( I, : Oc fl"I.* i "!oI
wannee SewingMach. Co. Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct 1 Oct I' :300 1.5' 2S4II E Blume: . aIArchant. stock less thVn $1./1'i ?' (,. 10'I; ,
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) There Is Xo Reason

V 4- why your baby should be thin and FLORIDA RAILWAYTime

fretful during the night. Worms are

the cause of thin, sickly babies. Its Table No. 20
natural that a healthy baby should

''be fat and sleep well. If your baby Taking Effect SUNDAY JUNE 30, at 1201 A. M., 1907.

does not retain its food, don't ex- SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE

periment with colic cures and other
medicine, but try a bottle of White's
trlr. cuss Cream Vermifuge, and you will soonse .5 No L No .2.Na 4MixedFSt
Mail Local
your baby have color and laugh as Daily I and I "TAnONs. I Express ail .Dd Freight
Except EJlPftA DaiI7 b'c.ntI
it should. Sold by Suwannee Drug Y. hai17. DaiI7 n t S_
For SicK Livers
Co. nov-d w* 100m} t :so P mlLy Live Oak_..... ... .Ar. 10 50 s m I to P 1)1
10 a m t"p.'Ly Porter .Ly.IOSO..520p.! :
T 40 a m t 5. pm Ly ._Lanier Ly. 10 ZO a m t 511 p.

I- A PURELY VEGETABLE .. Had v to" Take cried Him. 7 58,, a a :: : r :rnlAr I Lv. W'marth Kirkland _t:: g :: : : : : :mIx m
Accept rne, the lovelorn 1000 a m 620 p m''Lv. Wilmarth_' _..,._Ar. t 5'1. m tll p.

.. ===COMPOUND youth, "and A fhail smother you with 10 10 05 14 a a :: : 24 30 :m'm'Lv':'L. .... .Suwannee....,Norwood.River....-:-......._.Lv.Lv. : : : : : 00 15 ::
kisses." 105 a m 5 40 p mAr.' _..._ Ly. 9 31.m IU.mIl
15 a m i 42 pm'Ly' _..... .Mayo----- Ar. tIT. m I to PmII
CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP. "And if /efh.:e*" exclaimed the Z8 s m 6 n p lIIiLy j ___._.88a Pedn..._ .L.. t 30. III 130.mIl

QUICKLY CURES SI ALL*. MALARIA.UVER COMPLAINTS.CHILLS and maid. 12 3S 00 a :: : : :::''t::==:.::::.::.-::.:::.Salt. Askold Road_. _, .Lv.Lv. : : : : : : ::
"Beware!/If you *Jgse I shall go 12 10 p.. I 11 p mlLy Charlton.... ....Ly. toe. m Z 25 p.
A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by 12 20 pm In pm'L"' K____ Ly. 163.11I 130 p.ISHp m
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- to the endsJbf the earth. m 6 3S p mlLv__-Fenholbwa7___..L.. 'Ua. IZOp. ,
tick tomorrow. 12 50 p m I 43 p m Lv Denmatk..-_......_Ly. IS. III 1 iO IIID
mae ve t spell "And th ?
chased today you n
t | _.._ .
1 \JO m 8 iO p mIAr perry- -1.1' .30. m I to pm
"Why will smother you with

CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER souvenir i postal cards."-Chicago Branch

ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED N'ews. Between Luraville and Wilmarth.

Mrs. W. A. Whitewall Emory Tex.,
writes: "My child had chills and fever Alvvajg Was Sick. Boa nd. I I I Boo .
for four We tried all kinds of 830 a mlLy Wilmart" -Ar.|f 25 mmL
medicines years.sod finsllysn acquaintance of When a man says he always was 11&0 a m, __ ..--Loravil_____...._ .l 9 06 am 1!
mine recommended Herbine. We used sick-troubled with a cough that
Alton Branch
three bottles and the child it now completely lasted all winter-what would you
cured. You hue permission Between Mayo and Alton.
think if he should say-he never was
this testimonial I cheer-
to publish ss
sick since useing Ballard's Bore Last I went
fully recommendllerbine to all mothers Bound. I I Bound.

having children afflicted ss mine." hound Syrup. Such a man exists. 10 40 a m|L. ......__ .Mayc._ Ar I 11 19 a m
UIGE BOTTLE. 58c GET Tilt GEKUI3E Mr J. C. Clark, Denver Colorado, 10 50 a m Ar. Alto...-... ........Lv.I 111 00 a m

BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. writes: "For years I was troubled Tram scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line west bound and Atlantic Coast LIM north
bound at Live Oak. For information regarding rates schedules and connections apply to
ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. with a severe cough that would last I i T, P. ALSTON Superintendent _> F. P. Woo>>w..>>.C. F.A P.A.
all winter. This cough left me in a
---- -'-- -
JML MW.SOLD miserable condition. 1 tried Ba-;
AND RECOMMENDED BY lard's Horehound Syrup and have not i[ WE CARRY

had a sick day since That's what it
Suwannee Drug
did for me. Sold by Suwannee Dru; 1 I

Co. nov-dw Grain Flour Meal Coffee Rice
", Hay, Sugar, ,

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I titer'ring Soutlifrn :NfMH. :[ Salt in sacks and barrels, Crackers, Candy, Can '

I5altiiVre. Ott 31 rLeters from ".\ you gonjaAo give any banquets :\ Goods, Paper Bags, etc., in stock.
tive of the South,
L. M. DIXON, ( represent written \\i\ tin bankej the last ten days and I don't this know/yeV'winter answered Mrs i i Will keep on hand most of the winter, Apples,

published ii\ this week's issue of the !1 Grapes Banannas Lemons and Oranges.
Cumrox, "the/a has been M> much ,
DENTIST. Manufacturer yfiecord. sound a coarse iK>litJtal disc salon arising !| We have on hand now several cars of flour
strong note confidence and reliance I
OMOPONTU, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE rather nAable at this time of from dinny parties that I shouldn'tbe and can make you some close prices this week for
surprised if they went\ut of style'Washington
WORK. : SPECIALTIES. stress in the/nuVe> center ot the Star cash.|

country, an/ of \onsequent uneasiness {I When in need of anything in our line call on or
in otbtr farts
M.E.. BROOME, I Few of the letterV undertake to Thrv :No \0.e | write us for prices.Thanking .
talking, you can't beat Herbine for
view the oath as a wiXle, but, deal our customers for and
the liver The greatest regulaterever past patronage

I ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. ing relate with/especially neighborhood to the n tXlton nditions offered to suffering humanity. If soliciting a share of your future orders,

I you suffer from liver complaint, if
They Jreprebent an encouraging pros- We are
yon are bilious and fretful its your i
4i !
timetiM In all the courts of the State. Spec- enerally
U attention given to Conveyances. Collection pect liver and Herbine will put it in its

.t 4 aita Rents, Etc. All biumess promptly attead- r/ proper condition A positive cure for [ Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.
I>.iiH-intr l'it>"'. I'atal jlive
. NOT&BT PUBLIC STATE AT LARGE. Constipation, Uihoutness, Dyspepsiaand
. Many men and women catch coldsat
-- ----- all ills due to a torpid liver. Trya

A.. DR. J. W. WEST dances and which consumption terminate After in pneumonia exposure -- ottle and you will never use anything j* OLD A. C. l. FREIGHT DEPOT "

.. clae S91d by Suvtanere Drug
Folej's and Tar is I
a.. Physician and Surgeon. taken it will break up a cold and no Company. novdw'11'cntld j' Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited to make our office their head-

r'1N Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. serious results need be feared 1:(- \ .mvTroubh*. quarters while in the city.
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:Residency at Ethel Hotel. fuse any but the genuine in a yellow The whale ha (become entangledin -
.L.......... "' : 00".1
ft.-omc..No. 168- package. the ocean cablei

K.sidenceNoa.23orl68. We have secured the agency for Well," rwnarked. he
haf as I
Drug Store (BanlavS&Groover)No Ida Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new thrashed hiafself \ose "I hope I NEW MARKET AND GROCERY

. laxative that makes the liver lively, this wireles/business\isn't one oflaf'Onl's ,
.Na Cot how,.. f E.THOMASON purifies the breath cures headacheand i
, :\ / drl"amsPhiladelphia H. B. CREECH Prop.
l, & THOMASON regulates the digestive organs. Ledger ,

IN BROWN Cures chronic us. [At Hingson's Old Stand]

iiN about it. City Pharmacy. dw IU Charitableto Fresh meats, both Western and Florida.

; PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS horses well as to yourself
)our as
1W1Il l Pouching for It. You need not suffer from pains of j Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and VegetablesA

UTI 011. : : : FLORIDA.L. Stern Female Customer-1 don't any sort-your horse need not suffer. SPECIALTY.

gM1M want any of these ribald comic opera Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment -

songs in my house, Is this music It cures all pains. J. M Ro- I Terms Cash.;

LNM A. Cltt WFOltn. you are recommending entirely of an hprts. Bakersfield.---- .. writes: "1 ,, : "'" ,, "' ",, ,'" a

21tLn PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, irreproachablefhaTmxter, have used your Liniment for ten

Office" Upstairs, Astute Salesman-T-Madam. that years and find it to be the best I This is Worth Uememb(>ring. Best remedy for mothers to use is
Lp music is of, such a \h characterthat have ever used for man or beast Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It
Citizens As no one is immune every per-
LwiI1 Bank Building, it should not be played on any Sold Suwannee Drug Co. nov-dw
un by son should remember that Foley'sKidney tastes nearly as good as maple sugar
LN : OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA. but an/upright piano-XBaltimore\ I Cure will cure any case of it contains no opiates. Sold by Live

ill ; American. A Significant Prayer. Kidney or bladder trouble that is not Oak Drug Co. nov-d t
LY "May the Lord help you make
T. J. LYLE beyond the reach of medicine. City ,
LWiN TI P :New I'un''o,1 and Itrug Law Bucklen's Arnffca Salve known to Pharmac nov-dw The easiest wtY to win a man's

Practical We are pleased to announce th1tFole"s all," writes J. G:Jenkins, of Chapel friendship to pretend to be Inter-

." Honey and Tar for coughs, Hill. X C. It quietly,( took the pain Sftthjg Ilan 'Right. ested in what he is Ylng.DeWitt's ;
Lp WWWKB AND JEWELER colds and lung troubles is not affected out of a felon for me and cured it in \ /
L'Lk Nervous Tr le -Say, little boy, t
85 National Pure Food and wonderfully short time" Best on \
year's experience by the do I take this bto Philadelphia Carbolized Witch Hazel
law it contains no opiatesor earth for sores, burnt and wounds. Salve is and soothing. Good I
i *ouches always on hand. Drug as Bad Little Boy- &aw, you chump, healing
i other harmful drugs and we recommend 25c at Barclay & Grover drugstore De boat takes yon.- Baltimore for piles. Sold by Live Oak Drug

i it as a safe remedy for noy-dw e American. Company nov-d

i children and adults. City Pharmacy i

i i D RIND no,' Not to Him., Appendicitis According to the ideas of most

I New Tenant\Can you tell me to Is due in a large measure to abuseof people there U'going to be but one
21i whom my heat? Our
The Good Things.He the bowels, by employing drastic soul roaming aroond in heaven.
seems to Je making quite a rooms are very told,,,, purgatives. To avoid all danger use

IIi r lultiY8 Fruit Syrup lot of money tow;, is his system of Imposing PersooagwI have no I only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, the Take some good reliable and safe
idea I'm the janitor,2J.UppinroU's
thing digestant like KODOL for dyspepsia.
physical culture a good safe, gentle cleansers and invlgor-
er 'ott who pays headache KODOL is the beat remedy known to-
'Ieasant \\eii-er-ev j ators. Guaranteed to cure -
to takelaxative. Press. KODOL is offered on a guarantee ''day for heart burn, belching and all
i for it is. biliousness, malaria and
'rhe new plan for the relief of heart burn, from disordered
:troublEartalng a
Does jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drugstore
1 :_ et Pneumonia FulloU (''U1 flatolesoe, sour stomach belching of :5t. nov-dw ,I dictation It is pleasant to take and t
I.//t 1 -.- gripe or nauseate.Stomach of Foley' gas nausea, and all stomach troubles i afford relief promptly. Sold by r
1el but never follows the use
11 and liver Honey and Tar. It stops the cough, It digests what you et. It She -.\ 8tag& m an is known by' Live Oak Drug Co. nov'y
will make you healthy. Sold by Live the he &epsHe .
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the lungs an company
3i 1 ts and chronic con- heals and strengthens City Phar Oak Drug Co. nov-.( -And a marrWd man by the De\\ tt'. Little Krljr Risers are
1eN I Mi- on by> restoring the prevents mac '. DOTS clothes! his wilt wfers.-York Dis the best pills .... Sold by Live

You can never kBow the strength patch. Oak Drug Co. DOV-;) ,

34 1s action of the stombowels.- It sure floes.BoyceThey of the s\\imlDf'.untlj you kaow that Fyiightj

II i; liver and 'spy that large bodies of the currentint which he The Postmaster of Gascoaado. Mo.. Mmn Man.

S.tltutftt' slowly.- swims I '.. Daniel A Hugh says. "I cannot say Clerk-Ye*. 'Xq>i mot state in
Price COO. move whether too much for your Kidney & Bladder what tear you wi-;e born."
It defends on /
peel or are rid- It b a lot easier to grasp the Pills I feel like a new man." Do- Miss Elder--Weft, it I must tell
they slip on a
IIomA.1FQ Telegraph meaning of 4*play that hits the other \\'Ut'B Kidney and Bladder Pills ar! it was in 1&' ?
TAR in
fellow than the one that scores you. sold by Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d I l C'erk \ -Illustrated Bits. '
&::, ,_' Ne opiates (

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The action of the judge down
Governor Broward Wants Them
every Afternooa Lakeland way who calmly stated .
Except Sunday. from the bench that he "played a Here in State JIe> Discovered. j Confidence :

little poker himself." to excuse his San Juan, NOT2..-GOT. :i. B. ,
Broward of Florida as transmittedto
leniency to a convicted gambler in
OHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and M' T. GOT. resole of the Flor- 1
Post a on 4
dismissed with
his court who was a Begets enthusiasm, which accounts for

fine so light that it made a farce of ida Legislaturevappolr jting a 'commlt-j II the ardor with which we are pushingThe
Entered at the rostotSce. Lire Oak. the statute against gambling will not tee of fivei and { pr rl f

Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter increase popular respect for law for the purpose obtaining the remains -

November 7. 1905. of P&qcef de eon, and requests T
make the judicial office a factorin First National Bait

staying the tide of crime. Gambling his co-oppratJfon. ;
THE LITE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. is admittedly a ruinous vice and The ashes of Poke de Leon the I l

t there is no surer way to destroy a discoverer of Florida and the first Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks '

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be young man's future and eat out the Governor of Porto Rico are burled They are frequently inspected by agents of the Con. .
mailed to any part of the United very heart of his stamina and stabil- in San Jose Church, San Juan. I of and called
troller Currency are on to
States, pastage prepaid, for $5.00 make a
ity of character than by the card
per year; 12.50 for six months; route. Its evils are so gross flag- KLOX1HM THIS WEEK I t sworn statements to him five times each year, hence I

$1.25 for three months, or 50 cents rant amN notorious that the law I they are under the direct supervision of the National ;

for fire weeks, in adrance. De- classifies it\3 a crime and provides Will Give Ills Testimony Before the al Government, and its the staongest on earth 1
tlfered to any part of the city by :
punishment foh those convicted of It. Investigating Committee
for 10 cents week. i
carrier per I Safest Banking
That a judge o\ the bench, elected Tallahassee, Fla.., Nor. %.-For- 1

and sworn to enf cethe law, should mer Govern Bloxbam will go before T Best Methods, (

If is stated that John Temple minimize \hat law 4ith a jest and the Investigating: Commission the T' for Up-to-date Service, f
editorof '
Grates In his new position as
virtually, expre, s e-felsKontempt for it, first of this we k, and after his tes- Liberal Treatment.
the Nejr American is to
Yprl is shocking moral sense and' timony is gives .'\ e commission will 1 Conservative Methods.
get $15,00 alWar to begin with. '
Wuld cannot tail tjhe rarm amoi%! that close its work T 'I'
Most of us be mighty proud
class of inherent the National Banks. I
nave no The sittings xfcave extended Always use They have
to get that much to end with. prospered -
respect for\Iawiarl obey it under through foul monthsV though there in greater numbers than all other banking in.
protest, whensjtjccnflicts with their have been /everal intermissions, the 1
Miss Jefferson Bell who has been stitutions.
/ desires, only beCau+ of its penalties.The purpose being to ascertain *nd make t 1
official correspondent at Tallahasseefor Watch us our profits are now as
Lakeland New\ always honest public all facts of interest connected grow, large as
a number of newspapers, and who and courageous, and whose editor with the erection and administrationof our capital was at our beginning.
: held two or mor paying clerkships f
stands in the front rank of clear- the state's land affairs
in the comptroller office at the
State capital, h / given 4hem up and headed, right-thinking newspapermen FIRST NATIONAL BANK
# in Florida, reads that judge a IT IS CONSTITUTIONAL.
departed, rumor has It, for Galn*s- I ,
lecture which he should take in good I
1'111e. where will reside In the
I It
part, severe and rasping though it Is, Judge Palmer Decides That State
future.-Tallahassee True Democrat.The I Live Oak Florida.VISIT
'and he should profit by the counselsof .Appropriation i* all Right. ,

that paper and reform his ideas '
Tampa, Nor 2. received
Journal puts it right up to us -rThe news -
on the crime of gambling and the
$ $ t-t--S- -s-----t-t-t-H
here of the opinion of Circuit
to insist, and as It would be cruel on
of the law in
purpose attaching a
our part\o prolong tb,general suspense penalty to it. Judge Palmer that the legislative act

we hereby insist Out with It. providing appropriations for pre-
Let us haveVihe nan) of this candi- We have been really anxious to miums for the 'Flor\da gtate Fair,

date who ap oach jthe ideal and I know if there was any special reason to be held in, Tam a
I can meet all conditions necessary for the action of the Governor in re- has still further stimulated the workof DOWLING PARK

} to a perfect Democratic candidate prieving the Jacksonville rapist under preparaUono? tha(great show of

i for governor.-LjVe Oak Democrat. sentence of death. Now that the. products of the> t"hlch: is to be-
You'll get it/n aMay or two. Only Board of Pardons has refused to Interfere gin here February Sf, 1908 and there

don't kick wh n you\o get it. Some and the wretch is to be hanged its great rejoicing bver the decisionof Springs Hotel and Cottages

people never Aould be tlsfied with Friday the motive for the Cover the able judge of the northwestern

anything, bat our Lire .Oak contem- nor's action is brought to light. The circuit. HOT AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. IMtIIHI
porary, ware glad to saX, is not correspondent
one of them.-Pensacola Journal. News is Tallahassee'says: Situation Greatly Improved. PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOATS.ITC

"Governor Broward's position in Washington, Nov 2.-Treasury of- RATES REASONABLE GULF FROM CONNECTION LIVEOAK.ONLIVEOAKPIlfty AT LIVE OAK WITH ILL YUIll

TBe Tampa Times again stints this case has not been fairly statedin ficials are agreed that the financial

for cold facts clear tiencf and the press' comments. Two weeks situation is distinctly improving day ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWNING PflRK. FLORIDfl LIVEOAR
true progress in the following: ago when h granted a reprieve to by da wand advi'tes from financial

"Preju ice or whatnot, the Times this negro s \as to give the oppor- centers today were of a very reassurIng __ _____ __ __ __ __ __ ___ ___ _ __
maintains that in flavor and tender- tunity for the\ oard of Pardons tc. charactet, Nevs of the openingthis
m n in u i n 11
m 111 m m 11 ni 111 u i inn
s ness, the Florida razorback hog is Inferior consider the cask he had before hima morning 'for business of the

to anyVthftT. It is cute and very plausible howlnf that evidence banks in Oklahoma, and )fewlex- +J 1907
: THE 1907
patriotic to stacy jocularly for this could be \prod ed which Ico was received with geeeral satisfaction +

peculiar productXf the south, but, as would prove\l
a matter of cqWlact( the animal is Mack and establish th fi ,
a disgrace to JHoriok and other statesin other negro. the Pa* onlng Board serious conditions Is 'ubslding. National -

which it IS found.\t was all right was not convinced rt yesterday's banks in all uRrts of the country :

in the beginning to jfcke about the hearing.howeveA an/ Dock Mack are arranging to increase their I LIVE OAK FLORIDA.

razorback/but in soberness its exist- will be htniK" ] circulation and tne treasury ,

ence is .,'8hameful scandand, thatis The statemvjjyin/the above that and clerks are working overtime in I I The Prescription Drug Store.

,the /hole truth and nothing but the Governor's petition "had not the effort to keep up with their increased '

the troth about the unblasted critter. been fairly stated /n the press comments i correspondence i

; ." ." is not jut to the newspapers -
If .
t The press had no desire to be HirtnntHii1111.H..H..H..H.Useful 1-

Sajs the Madison Rt-cnrder 01 a unfair to Governor Broward. but as

f distinguished and worthy 'ItUn of the law had run its full course ir. Gifts It makes nodif- Iyhr ltmakenodi/-

. Live O"Col>k: the case, even to investigation by the J' ferem u hOne ferencf pb!*
A. E. Uoberson. of Live Oak Board of Pardons, and no intimationwas t+ +1 jj blank jour(!< e. l>l.inkoordtieJIITW -

would mae an ideal Attorney-Gener given to the public of a claimof :i+: ; for the bride, 'swed- i II + tor writes joureiantilltheni J t orwriteeyuar
al for theVtate of Florida If he newly discovered evidence, the prescription .riptioi oit
::J: or relative. You !i! ,
could be incLtced to enter the race criticism of the newspapers was entirely + fL \\ > vtecan611t1'j'1 *

and make thXfight' for the positionwe natural and to be expected. Ina willHndinthehouseof \I.I I.. rorn rtly. r y kr ?' <.i correctly.

believe he old make an excellent case like that it is quite proper I :i: j. D. RADFORD -- --
race, if not X winner in the con- for the Executive to take the people 1.I i 1.
I : :
test. Col Ilobyrsta is a lawn of into his confidence, at least sufficiently I an array of gift-giv- +1'Ii

ability, has a aide reputation, is a to justify a suspension of criticism. :' I -
r. --- -- ing goods, not only :

I, ingly Christian popula gen/over eman the and 'tate is exceed-For Here is what a man of the right :+ beautiful but useful. ;, Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at

I twelve )..t'arshe! was prost\Aiting at- type can do with Florida soil when ::1 No matter which : Reasonable Prices.
he sets in to make something more
I torney for the Third Judicia Circuit than a living outs of It. He lives I: way you turn someii' : Let. U8 fill your prescriptions and sell your drug store article We cam gssvyr.
( 6n of frwh and ,
reliable Kooda. Bnng VII your prescription U fill W. hlJ J-" y
of Florida; holding the position for confronts
down near Sanford end the Chronic thing you i I : rectly at lowest price phone us your order Prompt and reliable at nt.oD.ratiONE .
". three successive' terms, and retired of that town, tells about him as follows -I i that will be just right : No. 220
from the office of his own will and accord '. I 1

The Recorder would like to "J.: E. Pace\:') *planted" 10.- ; : DIAMOND LOCKETS :lir1 : I The Crescent Pharmacy,
see Cot Reberson enter the race for plant I
000 celery ; in 1897 he planted BRACELETS
Attorney-General. ii :$ LIVE
25.000 He pV
three acres add cleared' $:;.000. Ii AND BROACHES, ii -
," Florida Health Notes, partisan in Ii P. S.Use "Fletcher's 66" for Chills and Fever No Cure, %. P.*.
All this took after the
placd great
nothing and sensible in all things. freeze, .: :j all of the latest design. !I IIi
desolltujl 10 many orange +i ii 1111 n 11 n m n i > n M H
tells a great truth which a god groves.. Uj/t the Mr I i
present i Watch done -
repairing -
many people need to know in the fol- Pace has under cultivation 16 acres i by i ---- -- -- -

lowing: averaging Jl.SOO an acre. Land!'i ;i; an Expert Workman. : : ;il;

.It is idle] to prate of the enforce- that brought 50 cents an acre in 1 Snow '' + -- PARTY .

ment of sa\itary laws as an infringement 9? brings $300 an acre )Ir. '.I 1. D. RADFORD TICKETS!
0 personal libertj Sub- i r
Pace was born in Georgia in IS53 ,
mission to reasonable personal re- I .1
and to Florida in IS4
striction intendeX for the welfare of came i LIVE OAK, FLA. + 4. ;live Oak t* Downing Park on sale dads 14_

, alt is the very foundation stone of Patrons of the Telephone Ex-1 I + A at rate of 50 cents round trip with

I civilized lib {tY. Th\ Individual who change have been placed in 'talk-1 .111 IUH nn M 111 > 1111 ,II't ,. Minimum of ten fares. Call on
wbiaVW-fs ing' distance of Majo and Live Oak : IIIIIIIHtI I I
insists on pleased to call tlet
-l. -I I-I-}H.-M Agent Phone 152 for H I t
his own rightsXin deflaaee of law andt during the past few njavs by an arrangement I 11111 III IlL :
JUST RECEIVED AT t. 1 I I I I I II I further information.WK : IU '
, he detriment of tht'Common weal. between tttt eo'nIlln t i r ___ t
is 'ai undesirable citizen of the republic and the Florida Tla'l'"..abv which THE BON TON, -

I UiY'are t Aim, in the language the two lines have connected, \
Ii of Dr Parks /o render growth small fee will be chargtrfor th,. service New line Veil skirt f-J.>> ;'i+ri't

:' more perfect, decaf less rapid and whiiii goes to tK: FlyFidi for New line !latest shaped corsets. t t SELL NOTHING' EXCEPT

r ife more vigorous. in civilized life maintaining, lines It /:s a very New line silk, lice, dress trimmings in Health and Accident Insurance.

we must give up many primitive or convenient arrangement fad we 'eel braid lace Tands applique, dress
f individual liberties to insure sure will be highly appreciated not goods. Annual Semi-Aiinukl.Quarterly or Monthly Pr-m '." t

ed civilized liberties, and to advanc-I only by the patrons of t' c Extbanze: I Standard Patterns, Fashion Sheets. t PITTS & McEWEN, General Agents, LIVE OAK, HAP If '

; free social and commercial inter but the public at large.- Perry Herald S.We need a few more good Agents in North1. F'', .a. ,,
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During the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly
700000.00, and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses.

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

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l Mr. 43aggs, the"\ pular saU-siuan [ I I
r"- I for the Grover-StewVr. Drug Cof

; Jacksonville, is caUIn on our druggists HAVE YOUNOTICED
News of Live Oak and Su- Locals And Personals I today. THE

; County Gathered
watmU School was dv q:tal6s- this afternoon SANITOLADVERTISING
the Reporter. to give th* mall children an
opportunity to se N>entry Uro.J., Dig
and Show f

LOST-In or near Suwannee DrugStore
\ : L C. North V Alton, is in the city TWO BOARDERS WANTED- one small brown purse with SATURDAY EVENING: POST

"today. { \ city.Central location, apply to Box 334, Jor Sale long chain. Purse contained one COLLIER, DELINEATOR[ &.C.

d-tf five dollar bill and ten cents in silrer.
A/D. HcimlVis here today from --/ Finder please return to this office. 10 S1KIIDL PRODUCTS $1.00
jeaholloway Hon. Jno. G. KeHum, secretary to .

the State Board 0 Control, and chief We LOST Pair of frame
offer at bargain gold eyeglasses
Park, is in clerk of the HoasV of Representatives a ,
fffl Seeley six between Baptist church and Fill in one of the coupons from
oJt0g was registered at the Ethel room cottage with
the dtY today. pobtoffice. or between postofflce and above Journals with our name as
yesterday. / modern conveniences, on residence. Finder please return .o Druggist mail it to the SANfTOL
to Starke this LABORATORY, with One Dollar.They .
gin TownseniWent south Ohio Most Democrat office and get reward. will send
avenue. an
Hon. P. K. you on
bnslniss. of I'cnsacola,
.orulIc on us for the ten products. (Retail
and Hon. N. YE' of Jackson- desirable residence sectionof Rev. C. A. Rfdlef preached at Antioch value $2.70.)

jtn. Dr. Botc\cXme; up from Mad- ville, members e Board of Con- the city. If you are yesterday Mifternoon at 3 --
bn Saturday ntptt.f. trol of the Stat, Schools, were In the contemplating purchasinga o'clock, and is goae\there again this
city for a while yesterday. afternoon to funeralof
a Caldwell of Porters Station, home in Live Oak come Mrs. Coats CO'dUCthe njothert: Mrs. J. M. Suwannee

filbert yesterday with friends. News was received yesterday that up to our office and let Williams of Suwanne Station.R. .

Ylssea TayloVof Mayo, were Oak Mr. ,Harmon but now Head of Du':\formsrlypf nelll-. :and/ Live Miss us show you this place.EDWARDSREALTY H. KInkaid, acl4eyong' rran Drug Company

pott of the EtpeT>esterday. Dora waters were, mafried at Dun- -. of Live Oak, has artAeii i in the cty, ,
nellon last Friday;ptghi/ The Democrat and will make his future horn here
0. H. IxAde/made a business trip joins their many"friends In extending CO. Mr Kinkaid has fcccii&A a position I i; : I I ; ; I III'' ,I ''''!II ':'I! II

t1 Like City, his morning. congratulations.There with the Gainesville Futalture Com
-- pany.-Gainesville Sun.
C. C. Mason" Jasper, Is amoigfte will be an Informal meetingat -- SPOT CASH.

Tisltori In uQ.,city today.P. thevBaptlst Church tonignt at 7 Lewin Building, Room 3. Mr. G. F. Haddook, brother of the
o'clock fdrsthe purpose of meetingand city marshal and who lives two miles

K. ceorg ef Pensacola, was a getting Tmtter acquainted with Phone No. 44. west of town, paid tW Democrat of-
pert of the EpeJ yesterday. the pastor's assiiunt. This meetingwas fice a friendly visit Saturday and
., announce a\e at the pastor's left with the editor ;\ nice mess of From this date on

B..T. Jones, a prominent farmer home, but o ng t<\ sick ness the Miss Lena Le{...left this morningfor new Irish potatoes ar U turnips. lie
Bnnford, is In the city today. change has been madevo the church. Tampa to visit friend.- says he plants! the J:jda of thes I will run my busi-
Let every /ne who \ come and crops just shtda.J ago toda>.

V. E. QuaAwman of the Floridalatray come as near 7 o'clock as you can. J. G. Kelluni.of Tallahassee, was i They are, large, att*<.&,>r to i be well ness on a strictly
was IfaShe, city Sunday. guest of the E'thE.1 ). stE.(..lar.I matured; one of Inrnips..:gh-
Mr. Pennington of the Valdosta ing about two'' ;the "" quarter cash basis. No gods
lit* Dcwling made a business Barrell Manufacturing Co.. was !'. I Mrs. W. R. Dorrnan of Houston, pounds. Mr- Jta :; is a firm believer i
trip to Jackson/UlX this morning. the city last Frld r and announcedthat I Is a guest of thr .thd hotel trday. in Florida/oil end pronounce; :
charged anybody
-?_ he would put In a large barrell it very superior lor almost any kini :
Mn. Laura CHfeton of Perry, was a factory hire hI,the near luture if the : Mr. and Me*.. Chas. Johnson of of agriculture. ,lie Ii strongly con- under
pot of the EQieV hotel Sunday. proper cpVhL/be 'ecured. He i KUford aW"Yrfthe. city today shop- vinred that truck farn.ine; around i any circum-
will put 81\ei|lant that will employover ping. Live Oak would pay well, as the I
Tom Surrenc- ,left this morning )('n aifd will want at good local market afforded and the stances. Do not ask

far ferQaltmin, G./,\n a business trip. least a five )ear ease on the lot There were Vi dr\i of p.'nile cortalny of the cro, warrant success I
where building is erected. Here I Ia is gathered on our *Ftef>'s Mis nlonl'l' If a little energy ir appli" to ho for credit.
-. Cora Ca\ fer, of Hampton chance for some Board of TraIl? to witness the bIg entry i.Jd"'. growing of the truck. .Mr haddock
irlagL is a gueSt of the Ethel tod.xy.IT. work. has our thanks f >- tills treet. .f-1

Nicely furnished rout for rent to ,
DanghtrjC a prominent citiW l I Mrs Elizabeth Cotes' mother of single gentleman or ci'rple with or l'.niof 'Flunk--. I
of Perry, was In the city jesteri Mrs. J. M. Williams, \Jied at Suwnn- without board. Apply o* Ills oStco. Will you allow me space :n jour Ills BOOK K & NF8 6 CO..

1. !I nee Station >'E.sterda).\ Mrs. Coates 2 t paper to. thank m>\ nHgh. \ors and ;
--. was one olj the of\est residents of the friends who so kinifl. rendered ITS
G. Culpepper of White Springs, county hating conqe hire about for \VilliamVIs up from Golani''a assistance durlngtb-t'+>uont limes :
m registered aft.hE. Ethel jester- I ty years ago: from Savannan. Ga. She College today avd f say that life Is of m)' dear wile. i\Vflrd/art: to feeble Manaser
; to 'm ) try* '
y i was se\enty-three'jearsjfcd! and has perfectly delighte;! with the school express ) appreciation and Owner r
for their kindn W \ he just I
suffered from dropsy for quite a Ions Says he w\c1 fir INM:> ot from received -
a letter her and she is
11. Brannen and son, of Ro:s- while. The funeral services will ue boys and nen'r'.J an\ f"n1l)0.tbe
; kIrc. are in the city today on busi-I I held today by Kev C. A. Ridley, at student tha\tae facnltt 1?;i rapidly Yours improving truly. '.C1EY5 IiCNEYArroTAt::

, its Antioch O. K .\ J, CROSS i ..- 'i the c.o&4ib ..... healsluni'stQ

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1 Not "Q" "Q," Not "Q," tI
t C. Cook to Ellaville this The Ladies Emporium
lyfot :
*re1a-'lac! b/sin I I Our Motto Is Our Motto

alte oon.t .

t Cordon Pearce t a prominent We have made every preparation for a big November business. Beginning Saturday morning,

'",,&Uatof AltoVls, a business \\s-! you see the fruits of our efforts. Startling bargaings-bewildering varieties-superb, dependable
I city today.l8.LESb.teen. I: merchandise for less money than any other house in Live Oak dares ask-all these features are i; }

:> and eighteen- I at your disposal!- .
; trr wOOd, split to suit. Phone P
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Cot.It Ha1le New shipment tailored suits, in brown, panamaand -, 2000 yards, 36-inch, sift finish bleaching worth
WhO has been "
!. here on serge, checks and mixtores, garnet, '_. 121-2C. at lOc yard
... ot Is son, C. E. Hall I and brown. 40-inch unbleached cambric lOc
. .. t .Jeate da for his home in $15.00 to $25.00 broadcloth suits, blue and : Yard wide unbleached domestic So
tr111e. I neatly trimmed with braid, $10.00 and 10-1-4 unbleached sheeting, 2.jc
I Misses tailo> ' I' Silk jumper suits, J9.9S to $12.93.i ) jLTf':
:= "heutel le Voile skirts, brown with tafeta folds, $>.
t this REMNANTS.Our
::: ,, ttrsaa morning I Voile skirts, best quality "Altman," .
ta reia, where he i Voile, plain and trimmed, $10.00 to $20.00 entire stock aa been pone over and all the a
meet h fe who has beenThey Panama skirts, all colors $4.50 to 1250. 4 short lengths taken out and placed on the remnant ii "
-. g for 10 e tI e. will re- I prkes.,1' table at prices to insure; a clean bweep.You .
arew ys. 1 for will find each price marked wtth the number I
Specials \ yards and price

T,1 :II Odds and end, Corsets worth up to 75c. 1 i
'" le n ook two of the at 39e. your choice. : ) "' t. OUTINGS. I
elose out at J
4 t or to Jasper this : Val lace, broken pieces, to r We are selling ctu flanneK and outings

!!!! "mt a aobile and re- I RibbSS'iJmSatts. all widths and colors carried over from !lost -WL".n.: cheaper than we
flit IIve liutes. i could buy them mew.'e can certainly save
iN i ii at haIr price.i this class of merchandse.Ladics' .
collars at wholesale you mono on
' I N Sample lot of ladies "I

1 r lbrmerly with the I

t2.hiiwa ere Ga..and is on now a short their i Lrr.i:7. S. HARVARD,

veg. He Is ac- 'I The Emporium
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STATE OFFICERS.N. closely throng / ut and at times he .

B. Broward, Governor. soared upwaro into the realms of NOVEMB

H. Clay Crawford Secretary of State. real eloquence. !1 1i i LIVE OAK MONDAY .
The largest
T\Tm. Y. Knott Treasurer.A. congregation of the ,
season gr/eted the pastor at the
C. Croom, Comptroller.W. .

II Ellis. Attorney GeneralB. evening splendid.service.Vtrs. Efird The is singing getting was to- CIRCUS GROUNDS PARSHLEY AND PINE S'CENTRY $

E. McUn, Commissioner of Agri-
gether the be choir '
J the church has
culture.W. ever had. '

M. Holloway. State Superintendent Mr. Ridley s oke from the text: BROS. FAMOUS SHO1

Public Instruction. "He that being ften reproved, hard-

Ernest Amos, State Auditor.W. eneth his neck/shall suddenly be destroyed -

B. Saddler Assistant Auditor. and that without remedy." It The World's Greatest Trained Animal Exhibitionj J

was a plain discussion of the doctrine

_s SUPREME COURT.T. of Regeneration, man's primary The Children's Fairyland and World of Wonders)

M. Shackleford, Chief Justice; need. There were two additions at

A. W. Cockrell, J. B. WhItfield the close of(ths service. 500 = Marvelous Animal Actors-
Mrs. Waterbury: who comes as thpastor's 50(
Fenwick Taylor R. C. Parkhill W.
z assistant, was presented to
A. Rocker Associate Justices. the congregation at the close of the 2 Herds Performing Elephants. 200 Accomplished Ponies.

service and bore testimony to the 50 Comical Monkey Comedians. 200 Educated Canines. .4

3 RAILROAD COMMISSION. saving grace of, God, also expressedher With a Host of Trained Sheep, Pips, Cats and ;
R. Hudson Burr Chairman; N. H. desire to be able to accomplish
Blitch J. L. Morgan. C the WACO :
Royal something for Master. She is
i i EVER BORN IN AMERICA. : : : : : j.1
Dunn, Secretary. making
a good impression on our I

people, and that she will be an inspiration -
MEMBER OF DISTRICT.CONGRESS SECOND not onr church life we do II(

Frank Clark. She will be given a reception atthE'

church tonight, and all the members twenty Extraordinary Arenic Attractions. j

and friends of the congregationare
B. II. Palmer Judge. requested to be present and meet 5--Alystifying Juggling Normans f

her. The World's Greatest Club Swingers and Lightning Jugglers.
Cary A. Hardee, State's Attorney. I

J COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. SOLICITIM IX DRV l'Ul'XT\, Trapezists, Acrobats and Clowns in Many New and Novel Acts. 1


MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE for tit Sending I'ruhihitiun Circular Territory.Ix-tters In- i Headed by Two Magnificent Military Bands, and Starting From Show Oro

;r SENTATIVES. at 10:30 O'clock Sharp.
iPengacoIa Journal. Nov 1. )
\V. R. Dorman.W.. II. McClellan.
;1s As a result of State Attorney W. J. Miiinniotli( MenagerieiN'n for imltet'tiontie Hour B.furE.u h Performance.
Kenoe's: construction of the law
J. N. Conner County Judge.J. which prohibits the solicitation of 5,000 COMFORTABLE SEATS UNDER NEW WATERPROOF TB.

W. Bryson, Clerk Circuit Court.J. orders for intoxicating liquors in dry one Ticket Admits to Everything.

H. Rickerson, Sheriff. counties and precincts N" Goldrin,;

G. B. Lord, Treasurer.J. was yesterday arrested: in this dtyon SPECIAL- Animal Actor's reception will be held in the menagerie tent Sunday afternoon: fromtwdh

N. Meeks, Tax: Collector. a warrant issued from Holme* k. Ladies and children especially invited to attend. Every animal on exhibition.
I ,
A. D. Hemming, Tax Assessor.J. county, charging him with a violation "

E. Wood, County SuperintendentPublic of the Jaw. Mr. Goldring irnmediateiy ',

Instruction. gave bond in the sum ofl.000 :

$ with J. Lipps and T. J. Hal! j
II. E. Carter
Judge Criminal Courtof
as sureties! and will appear at the I I
i Record.O. ED OAK
next term of court in that county. '' r I t4
O. 'McColIom, Solicitor Criminal I 1
Following is copy of the letter of ,
Court.M. .
solicitation which Mr. Goldring is a-'
M. Hawkins, Clerk Criminal Court
leged to have
sent to a resident 01
Holmes county: &

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. P(>nsacoa, Fla., October 3. 1907

\\'. A. Tison, Chairman; M. I* To My FriendXand Customer:

F Burnett J. J. Dempsey, J. II I presume thil you have hEartll(' JJIT 1MJICRT

Grant H. II. Davis. good news that I- cambia county has I

gone wet; this n\ans the whh>kcn: f
business! in I'ensaciYi wiJl' continue .
and as all know that\ ai/ the >vtWholesale Y
I:. R. \Vise, Chairman; A. D. Puter- Liqubrpe.fcc/and By universal .
shipperof [ testimony Red Rock
I, baugh It. II. Cancr. whiskies in tVeSoir/i. I take the .
Fruit Punch has been
-- liberty
\Jnformfys my thousands of | awarded

CITY DIRECTORY. 'ustomerilhat' I :>&n p ,pared to ship the palm of unqualified
suneriorifv.. If-.:. .!..t....,...11"O't ,1.4-;"' ":n "'M
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J. B. Johnson, Mayor. whiskies xwnes a I fr b\' return success to all social functions and "lU\"l" ;
should be in
C. II. Brown, Alderman and President!t express on tlje sli>rt It possible no- with the following: prepared accordance

City Council. tice.

S. P.Ia's, Clerk Assessor an.1 Send jour orders lo N. Goldring FORMULA

Treasurer. today, and receive jour goods by return ORANGES (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests)

Aldermen-S. J. White.. S. Anderson express. No wait no d"lay I- 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE

J. M. Barclay, \\'. J. IHllman, you haven't traded with me before, 1 POUND SUGAR ARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE

J. E. Wood. J. L. White. give me a trial order and convince J PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES

yourself how good a whiskey lean Crush oranges and lemons Chop
pineapple fine cover with sugar,
W. II. Lyle, Superintendent City ship for the least money, and how allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the JUIce and add, to this Juice the

Water Works.R. quick a service I can give jou 1 pint of cherries and

II. Haddock. City Marshal and am now in my new location right at the four quarts of Red Rock.of cracked ice. Just before serving add

Sanitary Inspector. the Union Depot, and occupying a

W. D. Wright Police. half of a block for my establishment.

Thanking you for jour kindness

You have shown me in the past and -- --
: AT TI1H CllrlWln"ISTEIUJ.: .\\'
soliciting a continuance of jour valuable .\ Kurd Debt to Taj.
--- trade, I remain FREE TO YOU-MY tree te You :
"I owe a debt of gratitude that can SISTER lerU.afremWwBa.lW '

At the Methodist Church. Respectfully jours never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark, lama
I The Sunda/-school was up to the N. GOLDRING.State Westfield, Iowa "for my rescue I know woman's aafferiagLllea..foundth.cura
standard. I /was Missionary Sundayand Attorney Kehoe's opinion as from death by Dr. King's New Discovery. will mail free of any chart BIT LmS J"L t*
the offe Ing for this cause was published in The Journal Tuesday Both lungs I meat with full tnitraeuoai to mr *...?..*
so seriously x., woman' ailment I.want to t8Il'* ?
unusually laue. The young people's morning created a sensation, and has affected that death seemed Imminent. .,. this CW'e-J" M JI1Il WI re&
meetings in the afternoon were well been the chief topic of conversationin when I commenced taking: New a \ :;:: to your cure mother younelrea or your at lliter.with at ..t
ull of interest. Pensacola and ; YF.a :; doctor. Men cannot vndmb -- .
and West
attended over Floridaever e
Disco\ery. The ominous dry, hack- 'v },:., What we women know from anwu'O'
The sermon at 11 o'clock was delivered since, and it is said that liquor ,. better than any doctor. I know that so y
ing cough before .
quit the : f
first : 't ksv
bottles s.><:, ,. meat U a ..,. and aura care for 'k
by Rev. Ctas. W. Irvin, after shipments from Pensacola into dry .... used, and two more bottles madea w.a'. : WhKlfb ditcbarre, Llceratloa DiI O '.
: v.; FalJInr of the Womb. ProfuM !5 t1.
Sacram\nt a
of Lord's counties had'rt'as
which the the very materially <
complete cure. Nothing has evert'qualt'd Period. Uterine or puritan Tsai. .!*
Supper was admin sterf'd.IA good in consequence.The \: : also palm In the head back and ** ...
NewDiscovery for ......
coughs, down feellnc ncnou. ert5k- t*
congregation was resent, and the offense which Mr. Goldring is: colds and all throat and lung com I the itXne. melancholy. delre to tr1.wearlress V*. .eir.a -
.. and
service was enjoyed) alleged; to have committed dates a kidney *""01 III-.
plaints. .
Guaranteed by Barclay & canted by weaknetie pecuf .. ..
At night the pistor preached a prior to Mr. Kel>'oe's published opin- Groover druggist. SOc and Jl.OO.+ .. .v neat I want entirely to send free you to prove a COOl wj00..--- p.t,.._

good sermon from/tat Peter 4: 1718.Th"re ion. Trial bottle free. nov-dw yourself home, ruilr.iuff'r oukklltyeatmeat .r and ....'
member. that It sill colt 70t1
accessions to thechurch : a compete trial abd:I
were two week.or lees than two : and if you abotJJd wish to eonunue it win coat toe onIJ't "..
at the clo/e of this service. I'liml of Iri/ht''o DIMMM me your name and address eents a day tell. It will DOt interfere with your work or OCSP'r-*-.-.
A Real Fmik. for your ease. me how 70U if *mat wish. and I win tI of
Mr. Robert O. Burke. Klnora. N. book-"WO."A entirely 0\\:11 free: 1ft plain wrapper, by return mail I w.1 afro Bead r ne '
Y.. writes: "Before I "Justin, there's i man down herewith women suffer. and how they MEDiCAL can eas>1 ADVISER" with explanatory Csat> tionI. "i/Vj
The na lit i. Church Ser iee.r to Ulle01"8 learn to think for ][ cure th.mselyes at bom!. Every WOMB
i a bill," (8l1 :'olrs. Wyes to her decide bn-.elf. Then when the doctor A"YOII IT.t !$VC kad
The service/at the Baptist church }- Kidney: Cure I had to get up or for YOIU'SeIf. Thousands of women have cured themselves With 11I7 I. a.rei ed1.
were largely /ttended yesterday and rom twelve to twenty times a night husband. f aM .etYeetuaU yOUnC. e.'I"o....Mothers. Leueorrhoea of Dourbtn-Green I wi1l explain ample bone t stak at S
Sickness aDd Painful w Inert+
and I all bloated "Ge wbitz! J 8 go down and st", Ladlf't Plumpness and health always results from '-"
was with its .
interesting throughout the day.A up dropsyand nee .,;II rWb"er -
very you bYe I
exclaimed can refer you to ladlll or who know
him "w\1Ietln your own beauty '
1m1B W.sexcitedly. any RIf"Ter 11I--
service was my eyesight was so impaired I that UIII Home Treatment a'
feature of the morning atrolJe. and n&llJ' cures aU wOlD4n'a dl"'v '
t "He mast be a bird." plump robust JUit send me your address. and the free ten day.
J; the childr i's choir which sang both could scarcely see ODe. of my family Circle. stew the book. Write today. M you may not Me this offer....n. Addrebs -j.I

: at the BiMe i school and at the regular across the room. I had given up I. MRS. M SUMMERS, Box H South Bend, Ind"

preachin* service Agnes Wallace hope of living when a friend recommended -
l' Leo RicJey. Fred York and Pearl Foley'g Kidney Cure. One 50 Ho fought; at Jettj-burp. have done for -

f j Wilder 'ang a quartette at the Bible cent bottle worked wonders aDd before David Parker of Fayette X. Y., the aged and for me.female Grand tonic foi limb Financt'i i 11ba
much enjjojed.rand I had taken the third bottle toe who lost a foot at weaknesses. rank tor III"
school Jour that was very Gettysburg writes: Great alterative This jI.i\: '- -<>o
4.. and
dropsy bad as well M all other body builder; *
gone 'Electric
the whole chorus sang asplendd Bitters have done me
sure money"Wait
; cure for \
It lame back going; to df'ni u.'l t
,1 offeratorjThe little folks symptoms of right's dteeae." City good than any medicine I ever took. kidneys. and weak ,rf t
; Guaranteed the
give prorate of good musical talent. Pharmacy. uov-dw* For several years I had stomach Groover druggist. by Barclay & until 'f.r
'i 50c. '
" !j Evangelist'hite filled the pulpit trouble, and paid out much money nov-dw- Bill Sixteen .\ "ar (.apst
at 11 o'clock and preached on The I, Evil Is only wa' ODe claw of morals for medicine to little purpose until Youth is the Acts I and II and :von ea far

; Greatest Thing in the \\'orldLove"The look upon a/n sir highest class" I began taking Electric Bitters I not to result of the ability interest on \ 0.:' n.oney '
worry i.ouisvtIkfJournal
',; congregation followed Mr White of good. would not tat $SuO for what they the future. over the past nor to fear lenirtb) of tr. ,



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. . Merchant stock less than $1,000'Oct. 1'Oct.' 1 1.50 3341L. W. Belton . . ''A shingle machine, 5.000 capacity. Oct. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 5.00
'IL Braswell . . Ins. agt.. State Mutual Life Ins. Co. Oct. 1/Oct. 1 3.001/ %.GI) I 1901 \ 1901
Jones .. . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Oct 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.60 335'E. H. Williams . . ..Merchant stock less tban.$1OOOJune 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .'15
T. I Chancy . . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 336 Jim Dixon . . . .I.Keeper ot restaurant, with 10 seats. June 11Oct. 1 .50 1.25
Abrams . . Merchant stock less' than. $1,000 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.0 337 Edwards Realty Co . .Ins. agt.. London & Lancaster Ins..Co May 1 Oct. 1 1.5
Springs Novelty Co. Merchant stock less than. $1OOOIOct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 338 Edwards Realty Co . .Ins. agt.. A. H. Fire Ins. Co . May 1\Oct. 1.25
of Johnson . . Merchant, stock less than. $1Oao Oct. 1 ct. 1 3.00 1.60 339 Edwards Realty Co . /Ins. agt.. Sun Ins. Co . : . Slay 1 Oct. 1.5
ar Roberts . . Ins. agt.. State Mutual Ins. Co. .!.Oct. 1 Oct. 1 6.00 3411 A. L. Simmons . . 1terchant. stock less than. $1OOO/July 1 Oct. 1// 1.50 .75
j.jtCngsby . . Ins. agt.. State Mutual Ins. Co . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 341 Isaac Bobo . . . stock less than. $1OOOIJuly/ 1 Oct. 1.50 .75
> elson Ila Blossoms Theatrical show . (1 day only) Feb. 21. 5.00 1.50 I 1906 \ 1901
JH: I Couch . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Feb. Oct. 1 3.00 1.GO 342 Jane Thomas . . I Ierchant, stock less than. $1.000.Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50
Brown . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 June 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 1901 1907
", jIezdI&b Gaylord ..... . }Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Feb. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50.. 343 Roberson & Anderson }.Merchant stock less tban. $1.000 Aug. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .15
(\ j. Shows Shows . . . . . . Feb. lOct.150.005.00 : 344 W. L. Daugbtry . . !Keeper of Livery Sale and Feed
r..3mjt Greater Shows . Operating one merry go round ..Feb. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 stable, f horses . . . Jan. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 .50
f&tmItn, Greater Shows ,one palmist . . . . Feb. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 12.50 345 nose & Graham . .1..Merchant, stock less than. $1,000.July 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .15
Greater One striking machine . . Feb. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 2.50 \ 1906 1901
emit Mitchell Shows. Merchant stock less than. $1,000.Jan. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 346 O. O. lcCollum . . .ILaw'er . . . . . ...,Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00
G. Ha"ard . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Feb. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 1341H. E. Carter . . .jLawyer. . . . . . ....Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 6.01)
JtSD. Hobbs . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Feb. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 i 348 I. J. Carter . . . :Lawyer . . . . . ..,.Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00
.t'LoU1I 1906 1901 3f9 J. F. liarrell . . .ILawyer. . . . . . ". 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00
Eo BeTan . . Merchant stock less than. $ Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 J 1907 1901350.C.
SU Hodge . . Merchant stock less than. $ Oct. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 J. WillIams .. . Photographer! permanently Jocated. June 3 Oct. 1 .50 1.5
SI.t.A- 01 1901 1901 351 White Barber Shop . .Barbers. with 3 chairs. . . June 3 Oct. 1 1.50 .75
Warrick . Keeper ot restaurant 20 seats Feb. 1IOct. 1 5.00 2.50 352 lcQueen & Griffin . .Barbers. with 2 chairs. . . .+June 3 Oct. 1 1.5 .63
JIiCbUUe I. W. Wright .piB. . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Feb. 1\Oct. 1 3.00 1.5u 353 E. A. Johnson . . narben, with 3 chairs. . . June 3 Oct. 1 1.60 .75
1S1' J. Harrell . . Keeper of Livery Sale and Feed 1906 1901 35f J. W. O. Pompey . :Barbers. with 2 chairs. . . June 3 Oct. 1 1.5 .63
.1 stable less than f horses . . Oct. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 %.50 355 J. W. Woods . . .Barbers, with 3 chairs. . . June 30ct..I 1.50 .75
J 1901 1901 356 110rant & Zandus . \Barbers, with 2 chairs. . s . June 3 I Oct. 1 1.25 .n
!I. N. Peacock . . Operating one turpentine still . .Oct. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 5.00 357 Geo. Wolfe . . . ..Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits.June 3loct.l 1.50 .75
,jF, D. ClardY . . . merchant, stock less than. $1.000 Feb. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 358 J. B. Evans . . . .Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits June 1.50 .75
L W.Floyd . . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Mar. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 3591 lays Bros . . . Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits June 3 Oct. 1 1.60 .1$
8f3'G Cambridge . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Mar. 1 Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 360 R. L. White . . ,Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits June 3 Oct. 1 1.50 .15
'2 3 a n I Hicks . . Traveling gypsies . . . Mar. 1 Oct. 1 5.00 1.50 361\J. W. Cobia . . . Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits June 3'Oct. 1 1.50 .'15
4DUru$s. >)(. Cooper . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Mar 1\Oct. 1 3.00 1.50 362 Live Oak Bank. . . .Bankers. stock less than. $100.000 June 3/Oct. 1 12.50 6.U
SSS tt'IJICUOD B. Hawkins . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Apr. 1'Oct. 1 1.50 .75 363 R. X. Wade . . ..Barber, with 3 chairs. . . June 3jOct.l) 1.50 .75
ttTJoha; Haughton . . Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .75 364 First -'at. B. ot Live Oak. Bankers, stock less than.$100.000Coll. prohibited bylaw)
W. LUes .. . . Merchant stock less than.$1.000Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .75 365 T. D. Davis & Co . . Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits June 3 Oct. 1 1.50 .75
bf;w. R Moore .. . . Merchant stock less than.$1.000Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .75 366 D. L. Palmer . . .Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits/June 3 Oct. 1 1.50 .75
tJ. C. Dennie . . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000 Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .75 361 J. M. Strickland . Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits June 3 Oct. 1 1.50 .75
:ii W. Kight . . . Serchant stock less than. $1.000 Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .75 368\P. S. McDanleJ & Co. . .Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits June 3 Oct. 1 1.50 .75
JI2James?: Shelby . . Dog and pony show . . . Apr. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 369 D. L. Palmer . . .Ierchant, stock Jess than. $1.000/Aug. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .75
iEdwards; Realty Co . .1 Ins. agt.. Nat. Union Fire Ins. Co. .Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.:5::: 370 Latson Wilson . . .Merchant, stock less tban. $1,000 Sept. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .75
IMZdwtfdi Realty Co . Ins. agt., American Ins. Co. . Apr. !'Oct. 1 1.25: 371 The Citizens Bank . .Bankers, stock Jess than. $100.000 June 1 Oct. 1 12.50 6.5
MS Edwards Realty Co . 1 Ins. agt., Dixie Fire Ins. Co. . Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.25 372 P. C. Burnett . . ..Green grocers & deals In fresh fruits\June 1OCt. 1 1.50 .75
Ml Edwards Realty Co . Ins. agt.. Hamberg-Bremer Ins. Co.. Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.:5 I 1906 1901
1 1906 1901 373 J. P. Lamb . . .ILawyer: . . . . .'. .Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00
A. Miller & Son Merchant stock less than. $1,000Oct. 1Oct. l 3.00 1.50 314 I C. A. Hardee . . Law'er . . . . . ,Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00
117r. 1901 1901 315 F.V.. Butler . . .Lawyer . . . . . ;,Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00
JOJ W. H. C. Barton & Co. .1 Operating one pool table . . Apr. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00 3161J. L. Lee . . . I Law'er . . . . . ,Oct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00
'N9,H. R. Martin Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 Apr. 110ct.l 1.50 .75 3'i7IJ. B. Johnson . . /Lawyer . . . . . ,Oct. 110ct. 1 10.00 5.00
HJILottie Bell Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.50 ..15I E. Robinson . . .ILawyeor. . . . . . ,Oct. 1'Oct. 1 10.00 5.00(
1 1Jl1 I 1306 1307 373 F. I. Rees . . . .ILawyer . . . . . ,Oct. 1\Oct. 1 10.00 5.00
I. M. Dixon . . Dentist . . . . . ,Oct. 1 Oct. 110.00 5.00 380 J. E. Wood . . . I Lawyer . . . . . 10ct. 1 Oct. 1 10.00 5.00
1/ 1907 1907 381 A. Lee Ilumphre's . Lawyer: . . . . . ct. 1 Oct. 110.00 5.00
12J.,;, J. Oldfield . . Ins. agt., Unln Mutual & Association Apr. 1 Oct. 1 1.00 (Issued on 1906. from Oct 1906.) 10
1906 1907 J 1905 1906
WiGeorge' Hunt & Co . ; [Merchant stock less than. $- 1Oct.1, 12.00 6.(10 311 HInely Stephens Co . .iKE'eper ot Livery Sale and Feed Oct. 1!Oct. 1 40.00 0.00
4 Frtnkle Ivey . . 1 Merchant stock less than. $lOuvIOct. 1'Oct.' 1 3.00 1.5' I stable less than 40 horses . ''i3121J. j 1
1901 1907 L. Lee . . . ; . . . . . ;Oct. lOct.; 1 10.00 5.9G
315Mrs.; E. L. Cressgrive . I Merchant stock less than. $1.000 Apr. IOct.ll; 1.501) .75 1 (Issued on 1905 from Sept. 1901.) I
tUIA. L. Wheeler . . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000 May IjOct.l 1.50 .75 I J I 1901 $11908IJ.
inffhe Hair Hardware Co Merchant, stock less than. $10.000 May IOct. 1 15.00 7.50 / I.. Moore . . . .Merchant. stock less than. $1.000,Oct. 1!Oct. 1 3.00 1.50
lime Hair Hardware Co 1 Keepers ot pistols, rifles ete. . .fay jOct.!; 1 5.00 .50 2S.; C. Kelley . . . Ierchant, stock less than. $1.00UOct.; IOct.l; 3.00 1.50
I limllott &: Gillisen . . Merchant stock less tban. U.oool\lay 1 1 Oct. 1 1.50 .75 3jAdolph. Katz . . .1.lerchant, stock less than. $1.000'Oct. 1 OcL 1 3.00 1.50I
I UO Wise &: MIkell . . Merchant, stock less than. $1,000 lay IOct.l 1.50 .75 I I (Transferred licenses-from 1907)I I93iTransferr'd
I ML. A. Drawdy . . Merchant. stock less than. $1,000 May IjOct. 1 1.501: .75 ; June 4. 1907. to J. B. Zackery . . . .i. . . . .. .. .
I lE H. Lewis . . . Merchant, stock less than. $1.000jMay lOct.: 1.50 .75 129 Transferred Jan. 24. 1907, to Wells Register & Co . . . . . . .
\ ttJJW. M. Wiggins . . Merchant stock less than. $1.uOOl1lay if 1.50 .75 131!Transferred Jan. 24. 1907. to Wells Register & Co . . .1.. .. . . .. .
niiXelaoa Fuller . . Merchant stock less than. $1,000jMay 1/0ct.l/ ) 1.50 .75 1341Transferred. Jan. 12. 1907, to J. I.. Lamburn . . . . .. . . .
HJTMwirds; Realty Co . ;Ins. agt., Flreman's Ins. Co. . .1' lay lOct. 1 1.5 1881Transferreod' Deoc. 22. 1906, to Edwards Realty Co . . . ... . . .. .
Edwards Realty Co . Ins. agt.. Camden Fire Association. May IOct.l; 1.25 IS01Transf'rred Jan. 20. 1901. to Wells Register & Co. . . ... . . . .. .
BT Cnttrtrat Davis . . Merchant, stock Jess than. $1,000'May' lOct. 1 1.50 .75 18STransfeorr'd: Deoc. 2%. 1901. to J. \\'. Floyd . . . . .... ., . . .. .
'Wrar.W. Giles, agt for Retta].I. 277Transferred, \Iar. 14. 1901. to Gaylord & Howell . . .... . . .. ... .
I Stanford . . . .. Merchant, stock less than. $1,000May: lOct.1, 1.50 .75
Cambridge & Jones . :Merchant stock less than. $1.000'June 1,0ct., 1 1.50 .75
JJJJJ. W. Armstrong . . I Merchant stock less than. I.OOoJune: 1 I Oct. 1.50 .75 Wt' J. S. Conner. County Judgt' and J. N. Meeks Tax Colector of said County do certify
mrcillim L. Shaw . . !:Merchant stock less than. IOOO'June 1 Oct. 1y 1.50 ...5I that the foregoing Is full and complete and that aU. of the entries contained In each and every
column therein are truly and correctly stateod.
I 1906 1907 under our hands and Official Seal ot County Judge this 2th; day ot Oct. A. D. 1901.
82L. . . . Given
W. Helton A saw mill 10.000 rapacity. :Oct. Ii Oct. 1 3.7 a>> 3.;;5
. . : : : J. X. CONNER County Judge.J. .
13214 W. Helton !Merchant stock less tban. $1.000 Oct. l'Oc1. 11 3.001 UO X. IEJ-KS. Tax Collector.

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1 Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, III /) : WINTER IS COn I INol!

Power and ,.
Turpentine.Electric .
Lights in any part of the city furnished for HO ARE YOU FIXED FOR CLOTHING?
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing -

purposes. I. ::1 z We have bought a better line of clothing for Men,
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe- t
cial attention, and all orders promptly filled. ":i1 a t i Young Men and boys, than ever before. All the latest
We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and In\\ tj. ';jf.if..; shades of browns, grays and mixed.
flooring. Come and get our prices. '.' W I Do you believe in Physical Culture? Then let us
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