Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00181
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: GEN. JOSE \ [ [

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[{ { REPORT[ I


I gears of Ponce df" Leon May

t.' Dispose of Ills Ashes
For Five and One-Half Years Service

Rendered the 'ompany

ha Jean P. R.. Nov. 15.-The efi r

nude by the committee author; .
Cleveland 0. /'ov.
FlJrida 15.-A suit
bf the legislature t ,
was filed In Con/ On Pleas Court
esrc the remains of Ponce de Leon
: r here today by Ms Lucy Whee'ler.
Tt, for the ti/ne being, failed. Gov, of
C : Wheeler Ala., aughter of the
Ladrifed tlje commteflTon :.. late 3
recently \
? ia='FSC :r'S Gen. Joseph
\\7ieeler i
against the
[ oL/fie explorer
theremaps in
# McLean Jiid
tallrVf t Tbut he Is of th< .A : i .. ", II Arms Ammunition Company
of this city, for $115,625. said
oa tom ly the heirs can cone ,
: to be due her ther's estate for five
emoval. The Catholics?
and a half yeari service of the
Tbeen A com
ttrch b the custodian oLeon's i
pany. Miss Wheller is administratrix
ashes since ,
their in
eat, and the Insular government \ ot tbe estate. thaw

10 Jurisdiction in the matter if\ The petition av s f Gen. Wheeler
acted as presld, t of the company
location will come up for fur-
from In
July 1901. til his death on
consideration upon the return Jan. 23, 1906; thit he. devoted his
of the Catholic
bishop of Porto
to securing contracts for

the product of tha company from the

United States an/ foreign
|ll THB CHURCHES SUXDAY.rh governments
; that
Gey.Wheeler paid his

personal expens** covering the entire
t -H. Dutill Pastor. r1I r1i r1/ period
: named, and that no part of his

-a ool, 9:45 a. m. J. U. salary has been( aid.

atipe tendent The company manufacture arms

die morning hour I will have ail and weapons of Var.

messageVo those who
burden Denver, Coi\ Selected.
ttcommunity's .welipon
Nashville *
Tenn. ov. 14.-At
J the
their b arts. Come. Tbo :
will do yoi good. meeting the national officers of the t
W. C. T. U. here today, Denver
11:80 a. m.-Morning worship. Col.,
jl was selected as the next
Ji/nlor meeting
p. m.-
I place of the national
41/ p. m. -/- Senior Epworth convention.
( \J Mrs. Cornelia T. ewett was chosen

managing editor oC the official
? 1:0I p. m.venlng praise and the organ,
trshlp..b I -. -.-- Signal.

l later hal' been placed in the : -McCutc "n, ..n.. .-..h................ T.L'nDuncI ,. u CHICAGO GETS THEM.
a mi nouse will be commalter XATIOXAL DEMOCRATIC CO I- TOl'XD GUILTY ,
R. I
.able, no what the weather MIJTEK IIIVAX WII.tI'T, leering; House tYrtiiicateft Put In
1e.tber. ,
Charley I'u\\('II. ( Circulation There.itr .
; one ve ome. Summoned Dy'j Chairman to MeetXoteinberVn His Cruel Crime. SxnnFor -: lh l>sin-s SUitt-iuVnt-Will Not Chicago, Nov. 14.-Clearing House

? one ambit 9n is to help and _, in lluliaga.t fns > \oininau'>ii but Will \< tS checks of small denominations

all whoa concerned French Lick. InJ\A"ov.<< 14.-Chalr- ( Augustine Record.: )
1- eternal wet are.&ptist .nan Thomas Taggar of the Democratic Pound guilty of murder Lincoln, Xeb. the financial stringency.
in the fir t 'ov. 14.-\\jl l lam They are -
National comm' tee, announced I degree Charley Powell, colored must J. Bryan will awert the Democratic backed by stocks a\d bonds valued !

:; ChiWli--C. .\. Ridley,, -oday that he had issued a call for a expiate his choie on the gallows... nomination for press eat in 190S. but at a third more thai the face value

\ Paitor.Ifcjr'1" meeting of the members of the committee [ He was ftentenc d by Judge Call this he will nt>lthE'rask tor make a fight of the checks. I

-pastor "Vof the city on at French llick November 2:. I I morning in the Vircuit court, to die for it. He says thit for a year or It is expected.tbatithe. ch 'S.will

I J st' "d trill\ot return for sevL The time an /place for the next and the governol will seU the date more he has been reseed to answer be accepted by t t.\ t'l peop /as read-

wXbat the ongregation will 1 Jemocratic nat nal convention willbe for the execution ater. / i tin ..question : "\Vifl you accept the 'ly as the creenlucl& vgoae work

i treLtitn thh the pulpit will discussed! a| the meeting amon n The .crime'r or which yfiwell is condemned nomination" and/ e believes the I hey will del Ra roady fidals have
other subjects, Ymt no final action to death' public Is : instructed a. /
-Ey ReTJ0.. Harris, whc was u provoked and entitled tan answer and to 'ntSj] to accept there
x JfJ mr for us before will be taken. Vhe time and place InltalI1 the |-xtrema his victim being know the position he occupies. The checks in paytjne t /or freight bills

ai11 prAch both for the meeting ol the committee to I I a colored\ man />y the name of question that oiiht to weigh mo t. and transportatioimickets.

I, and 1 *'il also have morning settle definitely the national convention John Rogers.' Last/une Powell killed he says, is who her his nominationwill The issuance yf clearing house

RLd1ey's cfess i of men charge in th will be decidtd upon. j I Rogers ar Ihmnell and made strengthen the Democratic party scrip will stop the laying off of 10-

e > e The cities that We applicants for hU escape, but will subsequently cap more than the iominatlon of someone uOO workmen at tbe stock yards, because i

other the convention are Chicago, Louise tured by Sheriff Ferry ekse. of the
ser cejNcf the day I in central Ala Not only will he not seek money stringency, 6,000

:_ ,Let pedal effort be ar vatic Cincinnati, St. Louis St. Paul, j i bama. The sheriff followed him into or ask for the nomination, but he will have already been discharged and arrangements

t-t. tacre&8: attendance putthe Milwaukee and Atlantic City. i i the heart of the forest and J not assume to dec e the question of had been made gradually -

'. tooL of \ captured him a wor of-- mile--....*.finallyI I, availability and Ifvhp nrh.. foil- to- dPl'r.--,. .-aco v *vuc t<- 'UIJO*"___ *- an" ine"
This -
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''of th church the teach- Episcopal Church. I the nearest railroad. j I another he will neitlvr be disappointed : big packing plants until 10,000 more
and Is of Services
thtj Episcopal church 1 would be
nor disgruntled. I made idle
ceto han \t the same by December 1.
u 7ou c| preachingl't tomorrow II t.Jtii., and 7:30 p. m. l'ENi.1C1)L.1A'AL HOSPITAL. j: time, he denies thai he has waited
attend both, Celebration a/the Holy Communion this
long in has
th a desire to see whom the been for many ,
Bible school at at 7:30 Jh. years and the
to horn before sch/ol Congress Will lie Aied for Appro* Republicans are 11/ely to nominate Republican party more divided, still

better fr you preaching. Sunday at 10 a. m. pritVm for Enlargement.WashlngtX. or to ascertain tire chances of vlc.ton' the action of the, Democratic party
and better All
are comlally invited to attend.
iLu *f large, and better ijov. 14.-Congress Mr. BryaiysayB now that the' cannot be made' dependent upon the
i, dten will be asked make an appropriation I election of 1907/is passed and plans prospects: of 'Success. The prospects
Ar the t coiul Advent Christian for the rifld eiuent of the are being made or next now seeinX
naval year's
4--*!Die I campaign i excellent bat a
; -= school. CliurcTomorrow.. hospital /l'ensaOsJa_ Pla. This is he feels that a statement i Democratic national convention will
reaching."Bbeams.. Services at 11\- m.. and 7 p. m. the Onl)/ a"al hospital on the gulf due to the PUbli\\. Those who- 'prefer gbe held a platform'adopted aid eaadidates -
Preaching by the pi tor. The morn- '
coast. aid Burgeon JJcT ral Rixey candida* are nominated whether
'! m- of entitled to the prospects
fang People's ing subject will\ be, \\ Happy Home know
meet- the naift' has-'repotted his
f at it Is in- position: and those who are bright or gloomy, and the
and How to Make It adequa/e in size for the ommoda- favor his nomination have a right to party must maktf the beat fight it da

At night the subJ< t will be. "Forwe tion of the sick of the fleets when in demand an ans V to the question soften e I. whether it enteW the campaiga with
know if our earthy house of this winter ft.
as- rendezvous at the station. put. "Will ypu accept a nomina r or with c pifldence. Democrats
k of her work tabernacle were diss at refusal to answer the Democratic prladpld
= Sunday morning building of God. an/house not made I HIS: NERVE: FAILED HIM. I S question has led tp tbe circulates ofmany are Round, and t> \ Democratic .....-
return with bands .eternajrin the heavens" I
for the false repots ies are
sety and necessary
unfriendly \iey should therefore -
(2 Cor. "
5:1.) |
tom, following tomor- Go ernor Vanlainan Starts In lial- newspapers ave token advantage of indorse those principle aad

.h J Sunday school it 10 a. m. lorr .1Ktvl ion. Rut Didn't Con. his silence to miWepreaent his at prevent those policies and the select

I The Young lyople's Society at 3 bane Trip. .. | as their caadlclatetl'nOlle whwR fa.

rIaa Church. I p. m. JacksoV Miss.. No one can their judgment
I .Nov. 14.-Governor I eatinftte the chances of will give the arts
Prayer meet fig Tuesday night at lid the the
cordially invited Varoaraan an experience party in the nixt campaign with greatest as araace of peneft+ ta
morrow at the : 7 o'clock. today that Aidenfly he had not cal I( sufficient accuracy to make his (can case of victory.
Pres- 'j Thursday niplt there will be a service -ulated \ didacy dependent If the
# 'J'e Pastor upon / r after accepting ;upon the outlook members iof the party believe -
will of song and prayer at the Professor Baiwrin's while" further encouragement that )fro BrjUa'g
?nn, U invitation to is to be aombMtkMi
m., and I church at 7 o'clftck. The heart that take an aeriif ride with him in tbe encouraged by thL fact that Demo will help the party, $ prfBClpl said

cannot be touched by the melody of cratic its policies
at 3 o'clock In airship, MispssJpplt strenuous gov"rnor principles have grown' in popu he will accept tbe nom-
the song Is i stony. backed out, aUer the big machine tartly and tha"t peraocratlc polid' ina'ion. wh"thT the Inductions point

every Wednesday'b ''! The improvement in singing at th ; had accented s\eral feet, and are now praised by many who denounced "a def>:af or victor;; A defeat can

Advent Christ /n church for the past tie returned to the earth. Baldwin them a/few rears ago. andwhile bring ao disgrace. when the cause
week has bee/ very noticeable. made his i Is[ a just
further one,
lvtth s. we Sight from the lair groundsto encouragement to be but cowardice would
will do Every body/invited to all these th/ be
services. capitol disgraceful
building and derived
floated from thfact that the Demo- especially in one who
? > shoo the big structure. III I.[ as deeply -

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We will give you more goods for a Bank Certificate ; ..... (=/3) Ig "S3* U t 3 V3 S "' :j

I than any other house in Live Oak. Just bring O i J ? o oT =CO 2 ??"r o- j 0 j

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them to us. i :; 8 Is"ro .

1 Dry Goods Groceries, Furniture, Blankets t jj O o if -! 1 0 I It

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1'lnUHS'Lake I NIt. IN SESSION. OniHNANCH .NO. C7.An H M" I-H1-KH -II-H-I-H 111II *J
: Phone Clark: & CO. Phone
ordinance in relation to the 158 Isa
Three Hundred Llt-gates in Attendance :1 )
Useful Gifts
at/Lake City. public health and to present the!: BROKERSI -
spread of certain contagious and infectious -i

City, Fla., Nov. 14.-Delegates diseases in the City of Live I] I:
j: Stocks Bonds Grain and ProvisionS
to the D\ nber of over 300, representing Oak, and providing penalties. i for the bride sweetheart ,
BE IT ORDAINED by Mayor :i: or relative. You :
of the Farmers' t\ion of Georgia and and City Council of the City of Live I + willfind in the house of ; v OFFICES Euoala, Ala., Jacksonville, Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Lab
Florida, met in tbl courthouse in this Oak, Florida: I Ii I ::: : f City, Live Oak, Quincy, Mariana and Madison, Florida. _

city this mo ffto /for a two-days' session i I Section\\henever any case of J. D. RADFORD, ;i ian : | ** Suwannee Drug Co, Building, Live Oak, Flori a. jt

and were called to order and yellow fen, small pox, cholera, dip- 1 tt td cNRV

I presided over 1 r President Barrett.At : theria scarlet fever or scarlitina array of giftgiving : -- --
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the morning session committeeswere shall develop or exist in the city of goods, not only ti ..._ '" ": :::::1," I i'' i i'i'' '::: ;:;;; ::II

appointe on various subjects"", Live Oak the patient, and all members beautiful but useful. I
among others \he matter of financ- of the household exposed to the MARKET AND GROCERY
No which
ing the crop. ThE 'e was also a great same, shall be immediately placed i matter :;:
deal of spe'Chmaing.. : under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector + way you turn somei

At the afterno 1 session the com- I under the direction of the i thing confronts you i H. B. CREECH Prop.At :i

mitee on financin the crop reported : Mayor and Sanitary Committee of i that will be just right } [ Hingson's Old Stand] n*'
that a plan be at )pted whereby the : said city, and the house where such
i banks and merch nts be made safe patient shall be, must be quarantined t DIAMOND LOCKETS Fresh meats, both Western and Florida. \ii.

for advances tha have been made, ': as effectually as practicable, and dan- :j: BRACELETS | ij Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables j I
and the pledge of e whole 'armers' I ger signals in the form of red flags ,
Union was guara teed to stand for i shall be placed around such infected AND BROACHES, | i Ii

the minimum prl 's of 15 cents for ': house, houses or quarters, and all Terms Cash. I
i short cotton and U cents for best the inmates thereof exposed to infection I all of the latest design. ii
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grades of Sea Isla d cotton. ; be and they are hereby required -
Watch repairing done by ii
Tonight addresses are to be made to remain in such infected
by prominent visitors.A I I house, houses or quarters or within an Expert Workman : y I JUST ARRIVED :

i such infected district as may be un- '

WOMAN'S APPEAL.To : they der quarantine shall be able until to produce such time a certificate as- :,i RADFORD jLIVE : 2 Cars Flour, j

all knowing sufferers of rheumatism from some practicing physician -

whether muscular or of the that all danger of infection is I OAK, fLA.Beautiful ]: 1 Car Meal and Grits,

joints, sciatica, lumbagos backache, past and that the infected house,
pains in the kidneys or neuralgia houses or quarters, and their contents I I +++III..t.llalllll r..+.+ I 1 Car Carckers and Candy. i

t pains, to write to her for a home have been thoroughly disinfected i| I
or until such time as the State -
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treatment which has repeatedly I Board of Health shall have taken I LineNew Let us have orders for Af
cured all of these tortures She feels II I I your
charge of and raised such quarantine, i
it her duty to send it to all sufferers, : f pies Bananas Nub
: provided, that this prohibition may I hand-painted China suitablefor Oranges, Grapes,
I FREE You cure yourself at home
f I I not apply to any individual adult I wedding and Christmas presents and Candies.
i; as thousands will testif>-no change 1 member of the family who produces '

I of climate being necesltary. This I a certificate from some practicing i i Skirts, chilnden's ooats, hats, Remember the Tampa Club Cigan

i. ,i simple discover banishes ,uric acid i physician that such member has not I I dress goods and laces a specialty.

from the blood, loosens the stiffened been exposed to infection and that j Standard patterns, fashion They are the best.

joints, purifies the blood, and brightens there is no danger of such member sheets given away each month.
and children's Pay us in Clearing House Certified
! the eyes, giving elasticity and communicating said disease. Ladies' under-
I wear. New line corsets.
Sec.-Tbat violatingany
tone to the whole sjstem If the any persons
-, above Intl"rt"Sts01 for address I of the above provisions of the i i MRS. C. W. BACHE (
proof Prop. Live Oak
i preceding section shall be fined not I! I Brokerage CommissIon
Mrs. M Summers. Ilox H. South I If ,
exceeding five hundred ( $aU0.001 :
Bend, Ind. I OKIHMM'K Xu. (Mt..1n .
f ...... dollars or imprisoned not longer than i i ordinance I .., OID:A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .I
!! ninety days or b>- both such fine and imposing a penalty

ssF Epitaphsdead lake/6 for tits tales i I imprisonment, at the discretion of the I on physicians for failing to report to I Visiting Merchants are C' rd.ailv :nct'i r.; ...:. :r office their
F men are ito tttif to forget; to tell I I Major, and in addition such perooa I the Mayor of the City of Live Oak quarters while in the city.

+ the world. shall be isolated under guard until certain infectious or contagious diseases -

II I I I1 I i such time as a practicing physician I coming within his practice

.\ \\a)s 11'as Sickka tea>- certify that danger from infection within said City. I
t I is BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor 0 IThe
When a man sats he always was past.
a elek-troubled with a cough that Sec 3That any physician who and City Council of the City of Live

lasted all winter-what would you I shall willfully make any false certificate Oak. Florida: Wok
Section 1.-\\hoever, being h.
under the provisions of this ordinance a -
think if he should say-be never was j
sick since m-eing: Dallard's Hor.'- I I upon conviction by the Mays ceased or practicing physician within

hound Syrup Such a man exists. I s shall be punished by a fine, not exceeding the City of Live Oak, Florida. fails 41Ik PURPO5J

Mr.\J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado, i i five hundred dollars or imprisoned to report immediately to the Mai or

writes: "For years I was troubled I I not longer than ninety days, of said City every case of yellow fever !.
II I' small pox. cholera, diptheru'
both such fine and imprisonmentat :
with a severe cough that would last or uCII.RTER"Gasoline
I I II scarlet fever and scarlitina that
all winter. This cough left me in a the discretion of the Mayor l
miserable condition. I tried Hal-!I Sec 4.-That this ordinance shall comes within his practice, within sad! Engines
city shall be punished by a fine ot
take effect immedIately upon its passage -
lard's Horehound and have not :: ", d
F- Syrup I by the Council and approval by not exceeding Five Hundred ( $">uo t "1 yi Will furnish. 1'.1 i !:Est?!
had a siek day since. That's what it I i the Major. Dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding 'k every purjxiM \o, 'en.farnaer -. ".o'In e .
can utih/4 I lit _..cf
did for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug : Attest: ninety ('0) days, or both "'"'' ways.tr hut tiu'm 'I 11 ;-'-

I Co. novdwA i S. P MAYS, C. H. BROWN such fine and imprisonment at the We aw the l: rjp-.t,. Ii l> t' ",,..IwnI1
discretion of the can supply *: t- ,: :Uttar
City Clerk. Pres Council.I MayorSec I1 We also Belt your Lt,_ '.
mi Clerk of the, 2.-That this ordinance shall .
brave jj'one who acts just S. P. Mays City Supplies; Pipes; t. ti')::-, '
the same after his marriage as big City of Live Oak. Florida de hereby become effective immediately upon its j Write for H...utiiu1!. I.' ....ratedaid
bachelor friends doA \ Ii certify that the foregoing Ordinance I passage by the Council and approved' No.

No 67. was regularly passed by the i by the Mayor I

Significant Prayer. i i City Council on the Ith day of November -] Attest 1 FLORIDA-G.\S ESGL\'E

A D. 1997, and the same is' S. P. lAYS C. H. BROW AND SUPPLY CO.
"May the Lord help you make I'I'i
i hereby certified to the Mayor for his City Clerk. Pres. Count,.'
Bucklen's Arnica Salve known to approval. I. S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the C'it; -1 IMF tt..
all," writes J" G. Jenkins, of Chapel I Witness my hand and the seal of I of Live Oak Florida, do hereby cer-
I tify that the foregoing Ordinance No !
Hill, N" C. It quickly took the pain : said City this 6th day of November, !. I ------ -
66, was regularly pasted by the City -
i city
v* *
felon for me and cured It In 1907. day of November, Th" foul} 3 3'em
out a .
Council on the 6th day of November \, D. 1907 .it is
i g
I S. P MAYS, City CMrk.I I 'the par.l rsi.
a wonderfully short time. Best on A, D 1907 and the same is here- S. P MAY, I
earth for sores, burns and wounds. Examined and <:p;>roved b\ me this I b.. :c-ficd! to the Mayor for his apt I Examined and apuro\cd Ct Clvrk b! ue II"II I \ u .,h to h. t6 =
November Ita, \ D. 1907 i t I proval. the > :
25c at Barclay & Grover drugnovdw November 6th, A D. 1907 8
J. B. JOHNSON Mayor Witness my band and the seal of : J B.
x store. \ j I I I I J JOHNSON, Mayor chase a v r:r. c.-


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!:!: : : im ii 11!:ii!111: : :n' 'i.m. .i t n t .nLIVE. tllllllll. . : : : I ! : : : : : : !: : : : :::"' SCHOOL SOTK they will all be back' by Monday

\- While our per sent of attendancethis

J Mis McClinton's loom. month was n t as high as last

h In spite oft e great scare that the month, it Is not bad- 92. We aresorry
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scarlet fever ca sed the attendance of to lose thi flag, but heartily

the First Grad ? has been very good. congratulate the room winning it.1ve .

Of course, for one week, the little are confident of winning it back

J ones were kep away from school next month. I IWe

but since MonJuy they have been returning have all' missed Nellie Alderman -

t with brlcht faces, very eager from schotl this week She has

OAK to begin work a uin. I I been sick at heR home in the county.
: i Not only did th\ absence of pupils I Oscar Ingalls tanother puipl. who

:I cause discourageme in the work ot IS absent on acc kness. We

''i, the First Grade, bu there was sonieI -I hope Oscar will be well enough to return -

!I thing else missing w ilch we were all Monday.Only \

I for and thl thing was the i two made the*Honor Roll this

of1Iss McClinton. the I onth-Harr) Horn nd Hattie Rob-

I teacher of te e First Grade. nson. Several a h /had excellent reports -
ci'flh'Nq I; were all so if try to have her were out of school the last twoor

\ us. \Vritinl in behalf of the three days of tile month.

we all, I/eluding Miss Rie

who Is/ assisting in thimary e Mies lioulnavv's Honor ISoll.

grades are looking forwardwith Bessie Evans, Elise Halle, Pearl e

great Ille' ure to her return. Wilder, Edith | Hlldreth, Harold

There are a/ few children of this Brown, John III dreth.

grade who hare been absent on account

r. of sickness, which proved ,J.o bother e llighSchool., .
sickness!rather than scarlet
Honor Roll Susie HemmIng '
cQMPkNYt II (ever. \\e wire so sorry to learn
F ive Cents Dexter, Edna Blume,
thatlnttre Gilmore.
. Mosley Mima Hanklns, Annie Barclay, Allie
Hardee, N'atham Fleet, James Davis i
Jean Harris, Matti Jenkins, Annie
: and Romania Tiowell had been sick
Belle Die, Sallie otter, Lucy Hop-
during the past unonth. but
are glad
son, Elise Evans, Beulah Robinson, '
i that they are coiting back to us.
Kathleen Robbins Beatrice Powell, ,
There is one little boy who will
not Valla Rowland yrtie Wolfe, Callie P
-;::' "' "; be able to attend!school any longer, Han klns.
on account of his Lmil> leaving town Lizzie and lent etta Ambrose have
and this boy. whl is Elmer Welch, \
I"'H been absent from
I the Eighth Grade

Book, News and Commercial I I I i I will The be First missed Grade by jtbe has First been Grade.doingI this Dalton week Roseborough on acco nt of, sickness.of Gaines- t

I I good work this 1, *t month. Theyi
ille., is a new pup of the High
j I i are verbusj' n< w. preparing theirpro School '

PRINTERS ram for That \!I itlng Da). They l
Hallie Mardre I* .till absent from
; are working on ( tieir speeches i in the ,
Tenth Grade v\ sting in Tampa.
order that they :nay redeem themselves -
The program of the Sydney Lanier
that long 1 roked for
Literary Society: fo4 Friday, November 1?
t I \s in all the ther grades, there
22, 1907 is as foHows:
I Dave been a fen of the pupils wh 1. .
: -Society; I
hate been excelint in deportment, .
2 Appointment of critic. '
, attendance and 4tud!es, and these 3. Roll call. I -
little ones deserw- to be
given an .
i honorable n. Those include 5.

1\ "VTO job is too large and none too small for under Roy the ment""Roll areClothilde: Baisden, 6. Essay Song-Society., "Ichabod Crane and His

Sweetheart Katrina Van TasselI "-
Kajmond ossle Bail.), Charlie I
\ 1- to handle 1
us and everything in the Burn* tt. Merle laddock Ruth \\olfe
7. Recitation-Walla Howland.S t='
hope to
hive a larger num her
Printing Line comes easily within our limit. )i on the Honor Roll this month as ware e Instrumental Solo-SalMe Por-
ter. '
tt looking forwVrd to a better attendame -

i 1 \, not 9.h 1'0"II.High. School notae.-m

. stock of Bond Linen and -+- 10. tation-I.Q"1e Brown.
Rag :Missmh
OUR Papers I 'rson's K<* ni. 11 Vocal Solo-Mollte Habo- '

: i The attendance of this room up to .

is one of the largest carried in Florida, Iii the past week ban been exeelksn t, stt"in.U.. Recitation-OMve Haddock. '

and ; having had an aveifige; attf'-ndalM'e or 13. Instrumental Soto-KatfctotnRobbing. ,
with a well equipped modern Printing In about 65 pupils / ;

\\e were sorry no have had this

I Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we +ii number greatly diftiinish-ed b> the 14. Humorous reading BthrlHair r it

scarlet fever ware! and now that i r

can furnish you with Stationery cheap as Iii t : is over, we hope tX have the I>ttptls 15 Song-Soetet--.-y. '

who have been out with. us again ver,'
o The
second mont<,bly report of taw
and prompt as any establishment in the soon school to the County School Board '
Man Lancaster
Ii. has been a.ot
hasustbeen .
I competed Tbe total es-
South. A trial will several days this week on account ot roJInwnt
convince. Samples and *U I sickness We are MIKlad to have her 462 The to end of gecoed BUMth wa :
average daily attesda.ae
t .
>>a 'k
Estimates Furnished was 3S3, The largest number preset
on Application.
11; ulalie Sanber,:, Joseph Crib anyone day was 425 The attendance ,
f. ; : Ord Green. lean:Ford and Syde Kal lil
unusually good until the
are among tboge present this
; t week last week of the month when theme
Tier have bee q away for some d fever
I scare took so many out of
r and of course their return was hear
school. The per centage of attend"
sly welcomed by the Second Grade,
ance by classes was as follows
IttI: Andrew and Ruth, \\estbrook spent
II I :. :; : : ; ; illlIl; !: ; 1111;; IIIIIIIIIIIIII! I: I 11111111.--1 last week In Miss: McClinton's room 81 percent o
Jacksonville. >isltin>; Miss
i their aunt. ; Anderson's room, 87 per :
_,_ cent \Ilcj PioM'o 91 .
I :
h u < room. Dt'r .1 1

We Make a Specialty of Mail from curing the First MISS McunntoD Oracle, Miss's Swinton absenc4 Mi <8 Pennej's room, 89 per cent; I

tt ; ; Mis Humphre room, 9% per cent.Boulware's ; I
has had to I leave the Second She 1:1rE'ath
I room 93 cent Missllson8
-:- Order Business -:- be delighted misted when b> us!she all returns and we: shall \\ room, il per cent; High 1
School 96 per cent.
I Miss Porter who has taken MiigSwintons
f' ThP High: School wins the flag for ;
""" f1 ''Iii! 1I1 ldl'll 1 11"(1111111"1111"111111( IIIII dill ; ;( I I P" ''I 1 I I place assistant, is of beat attendance during the month bya
great service to us1 and we have decided
f wide
) margin ;
to keep them both when Miss

I :McClinton returns Attack of Diarrhoc Cured by On* Z
ii iii Our Honor Roll this month, while
I I Jolt e of ChmberLiin' Colic>> ,
not as large_as last, shuns that someof
Cholera and IHarrhor
the children
are doing evtwllrn t
k work The class as a whole is doing Remedy

LIVE OAK II good work and we have started tbevear 1 was so weak from an atuek atdiarrhoea

r t with an enrollment of 78, and that I could scarcely alt'emi

ew are making stead progreM Those to my dittiea when I took a dose of
ei. + pupils on the Honor Roll are:
. Chanberlalas
i Colic Cholera Ud
!t George \\'estmoreiaadkstor
PUBLISHINGCOMPANY Diarrhoea Heatedy It cured BM entirely
Hlume Ella Mae Wallace Check
t. I and I had bees taking other
Btrd )Ia gif'Brown' Grace Earl
medicine for nine days without relief
Wldrt'th Nanette ( GussieK'td
* 1 I heartily recommend this remedy as
t Evans Merle Parael1.
ilt Miriam Green and C.lin Matthews being the best to my knowledge for

b}nei complaint*.-R, G. Stewart, of

..t : MISH lluni|.hnvs' llfrnnr H-+L tbe firm of Stewart & Bro. Gr*.-

1.11Ia: Green Milton Haddock I yule, .Ma. For sale by Barclay &

t,4d i:1 I.o"ie Mangum Harold Robbins. (}rooter, and all druggists w*

Ot(ar Suggs.

: LIVE OAK FLORIDA Ii t tla Missrrtz'i> Room lot Cis."".

Shall we let fcddie $U of pIne
In spite of the fact that several of gang, Bill" \

t he pupils of this room have tet'n Saw He wouVta't make a good

OPf sy .bsent for t'.e past several weeps. pirate- he a s:ss"

he regular work has been carried onmd "He is!" I

.Mi++ MIIHIHHHl IHHHMIH 11HI much progress has been
. . . . . ttttttttttttt llMIMMMMf* * all made in "Sure. Herald toa into thee
vy .++ IIIUI immiiiiHiimMiMiitiimM branches. The absent pupils an football gam/la Satur y.-" Den-
retarnlng. however, and }v

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i Education chiefly because $:$: $-$-$-$-$-$-$-$- $-s-$-$-1Confidence____ -
AAtVE FEAST. erintendent of

LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT The THE comlng-OCALA ut convention at he want to beat Mr. Holloway, :

Ocala was a success. Quite a groupof the present Incumbent, for the Job :
F Published every Afternoon distinguished gentlemen representing and It is evident that he intends to +I I t
; Sunday. in which
Except : campaign
widely parated parts of the make a vigorous I .
State. asse bled there were cordially -I i there will probably be a good I ( ":

,t W. IRVJX. Editor and M'g'r.G receives, hospitably entertained I of bitter personal feeling. '.* Begets enthusiasm, which accounts fort
CHAS. Harris upon
i made the' coming-out speeches and I We congratulate Editor I the ardor with which we are pushing -

G went l.wa.In. good humor with themselves having so successfully "pulled off"hIs '
Cntered at the ro.toffice. Live Oak but we are not cer-! .
{ Florida., as Second Class Mall Mate and verybody else. The Democrat convention sufficiently First National Bait I

e, it?. November 7. 1905. I gave yefcv rday the namt'Sf it tain valuable that to the justify results such are conventions !, .t j The

those who annou ed for office, and political 1
if our State
+' THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPASY. is Governor not necessary Broward\o was repeat there them.and as procedure a fixed part here.fter. The "motif" (,I II T Every safeguard i is thrown around National Bank>

t+ I is hardly strong] frequently inspected by of the Coi-
; made a pleasant spcpch of a soothing, I behind the scheme 1 They are agents

1; THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be optimistic and Irrternal character : and definite enough. :;i troller of Currency, !and are called on to

mailed' to any part of the United but gave no hint/that he would be I; for sworn statements to him five times each year,'mae'l

States, pastage prepaid, for $5.00 a candidate for a/y office. There are ; General Gilchrist. candidate i they are under the direct supervision of the .
six months; /fine frank manly
.50 for ,
$! made
per year; for State Governor
doubtless many/ andidates its the d"
and earth
$1.25 for three months or bo cents speech at the Ocala convention, told i I al Government, staongest on
; offices, jet to who were not I
for five to weeks.any part In of advance.the city Delivered by- in Ocala Thi announce>/sday. but the bunch exactly where /e stood endeavor on public issues to- i.I Safest Banking <<

carrier for 10 cents per week. that did get it the front was a creditable I without any his conviction i j Best Methods,
one wifh plenty of strong tim I straddle or to t.ml.romt8e \ Service JI
elect from We notice from considerations of policy i j- for /
ber in it to ,
; We are.setting an embarrassment that lion. R. Hudson Burr war not I and that sam' speech delivered allover 'I Liberal Treatment. ;.
of riches in the matter of senatorial the State would be a vote winner I I Conservative Methods. '
for Governor and L
V ot there to an ounce ,
candidates. YVJlliajft Bryan don't\ with the General 1
We gree
y Jacksonville iXfte last one to definitely his absent will be generally accepted in his opposition to State prohibition i[ Always use the National Banks. They have pros-
las e\tdenc that he has .
w annoujj&yor sSmeery that position, from the contest< and will J eep his but we do \tree with mayother i' i[ pered in greater numbers than all other banking fe. 1
7' and te is gating he and from *
positions stitutions.Watch .
contract the people by serving
endorsement! of those emin who t *fitness'now him for out his term with as railroad commissioner. I time to time all) refer to them i us grow, our profits are now as large J a,'

the best.place from This le\\es us Messrs Gilcbrist. ;I Some of those ions are on earnestlydesire issues our capital was at our beginning.FIRST I 1 1f
and we
t Browne and\Stockton as the three of vital ))() .el

candidates forGovernor. and that is to get into our State -

+. That versatile and accomplished.Cilchrist, quite enough. yudge Isaac Stewart, I politics (where > have never been, f NATIONAL BANK I

gentleman, general Albert, of DeLand man jet make a fourth. thus far in ort er that necessary remedial ,
of Punta G\rda, is one y\ the successful may follow. We
:\Mallory, candidate for reelectionto legislation
I pineaVle grower* of Florida, from General Gil- I
; the Senate ignored the convention shall quote Live Oak Florida.
and also, he h\s a waVot rmember- chrisfs frtlb' these issues later ,
/ but Mr. Beardvas there to urge his
ing his friends with elightful little strong on. As the f lu PuntaGorda 1 I
claims in a speech elaborating ,
courtesies which\r as native to his be wealthyman -41"--s- -$_t-t-t-t-t
his views on tn'e repeal of the Fif- is reputed to a ----I I-
personality as th teenth tmendntent, which will be his and as there are plenty people -- -- -- -- -
One of these coVteSJes to the editor 1 in every campaign keenly looking
leading lsue. Mr Trammel's can
of the Democrat take\ the form of a with "bar'l", PLEASURE RESORTBOWLING
t didacy was also announced for the out for candidates a VISIT THE FOPULtR HEALTH ANt
gift of p neayles, for hich we return it be well enough to quote General
same office, -a ad Colonel T. J. L. may
sincere hanks, aiN some of ont in order
Gilchrist that point
Brown contributed to the gaiety of PARKWAY
these days me hope to go\own Punta be raisedin I
I the occasion bj maintaining that he that no false hopes may
Gorda and have th\ General I
wy also was very much in earnest in hs any quarter. tile says:
show us /his celebrated Vneapple I campaign thousands i R.VER;
ambition to get to the United States "During the Ut DOAN UPON) THE SUWANNFE
grove, ffcr we have never yet laid 1, I wish I ;
dollar spent.
of were
'a eves on fa tropic scene of that kind. I present Senate. is Hon still J. M hesitating Barco. who a<*was to 1 right here to put everybody on notice rtincral Springs. Hotel and Cottoq*

I whether he will be a candidate to that I have no barrel; that I am !I W
Mr. Bryan has at last simply on my own hook, and
long silence on the paramount ques.1 but announced that he would make that no such an amount will be expended CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILtWNS. 80E1RATES !

tion and formally declares I up his mind by January 1st. lIon.J. by n e.| I wl'l be glad for all REASONAS6LE MILES FROM LIVE OAK.ONUvtouce t
will accept thV Democratic nomination assistancejI get but I wish ___ 4 CULF COMXECTIO*! AT LIVE CA Will ttt
I W. Knight, of Citrus, was in much the can __________ _
for PresliVnt next year if it !s it distinctly understood that I do not I
the of uncertainty as to
same state
tendered him. tut he will make nD! whether he would oppose Mr. McLin want the assistance of atly one to be ADDRESS PARK HOTEL DOWNING PflRK. flpRlDftI.IV'OAl.\:

effort to secure t nor to prevent it I for commissigner of agriculture, and of such a nature as will put me under

going to anvoneXelse/ will not 1 won't know until the first of the coming such obligations as will warrant themIn

even discuss tie qYieyTion of his availability year. Mr. Kilgore, of Sumter believing tfcat, they have a right ; ,,1 i>n-111111 u n 11 n 11111.H H i m i m H 1I

1 but thrWne. whole burden who somewhat l hankers for the same to own and control me* I think that
and responsib ut}/upon the party 1907 THE I me
in _
job Is also the valley of indecision there ought to be a law regulatingthe
merelyUceepinjg.mself in a passive .
and will know more about it later on. primary elections
and receptivejst/te. The general tone I But not so with the lion.V.. X. expenditure In Crescent Pharmacy;
while not despondent ." ,
of Mr. Bry
jr8jletter I Sheats. lIe wants to be State Sup! .
as to party prospects next
----- --- --- - --- -- -
)year is not of a distinctly encouraging .: ,, I ,!I I LIVE OAK FLORIDA. ,
I 'i I i
:i Iii ; I I Iii : 1'1111 III I :" I ; I I ii:
character and somehow leaves!

I R* the victory Impression are not that strong his enough hopes foi to I: Ii FOUNTAIN PENS GIVEN AWAY i il"tt !f: : The Prescription Drug Store.-. .;;

make him hanker after the nom'.na

tion. :.-= rr 1_ --: ,,-Vl.u"J" :;; H;; il 1

{ .. '" u..... v "M 1Ii -
The editor of the Pensacola Aews D -- --

" t has a\very wide acquaintance with The SUN of Tallahas&ce will give a fountain pen to any one sendingtwo It wakesr 1,1 f
the pre inent men in Florid politics new subscribers and two dol.ars; for the payment of the subscrip- Ii II i It teak '! IIlulit.I I'I tl.'rTlK'f slug.
fountain "something new under ferent'et hose
There is a self-filling pen-
tions. :
l and he yerhaps knows the r relative THE SUN-which : I + blankourdot'e'' blaak'yat+'

merits ;\ well ,as any n an in the ... M "' ITr ""5 igiven for threeIt :. turwritt- our torwri1ny .
State. 1\ has discover that Florida t.-: It.1t ''''''''-4II<< new subscmberswhen I I .1' prt'"criIttion on plT"ot'riptiolll
needsY change iVthe attorney accompanied by three dollars to make them \alul. I'l' \\" t.;,"Ii II tlWIll ti vteeaaiW'correctly.

general's o ice. and /le has picked The supply of pens is limited, so it behooves you to become active .i II + 1 y rerrectly.h .

out the matVto succeed the present if you are to write with a SUN pen !
I --
Incumbent \ at tan is lion Fred
Tallahassee. Fla. i iti :
M. Hudson, otY'\ ml. State Senator I THE SUN. E i

'I representing BiVard, Dade and StLucie : : 1 I I ,;;1-; ;1;: nIE: : : ':I' I i I liii t -

'_ ? countiey Vhe News says that ,:t

Mr. Hudson y nV only perfectly +rllll.111.++++++++c.+i.i..3 : .llltlllilllllllltl }.}a : ;:f Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled-
j equipped to/the office of attorney

.f general an/ has aVreat legislative j jt ( '1' Reasonable Prices., w. anal 1 :::
House .1' I et ftll I'ftM'nvllOn"and sell\\ "u' .J'uw -ti t AT'" : .
Clearing \n your y :
h\ I ... wu.
record, byC that if will enter the I'ne of frcwh and reliable g*v\ Bring, .' '.r.r .
.. mot;o4
1'n..L( "> 1>
race, hean be overwlVlm jgly elect :t: ">
ed. Tie Senator fro\ Miami has j ji I'HOI\I+ No. .a2ca

foutd/a voc / in strong the PensacoUr and enthusiastic paper, ad an t+ CERTIFICATES COOD II 1 The Crescent Pharmacy,;

advocate well worth having if he ursuaded +
to abandon a fine Uw

practice and enter the field i it: .-s. Use "letther's 66" for Chas and fever No Curt !S;**

i We wish to announce to our friends, customers :+ :

d ere Is a brace of bouque>L a for the 1 and to the public in general, that we :t tc I 11 1 1 1 I 1 .. 1-1 1 H+Io++++++++++*++*\ t ....

Decd rat from two of the Vest weekly :

papV s in Florida, whicfcr we proudly will be glad to accept +

and\happily acknowledge. The +


"The iVe Oak Den/bcrat was two

years old Vst week/ In that short t

time it has\'ome t tc/the front an one i 4+- the Oak to Xmfing Park on die dilly

of the purer ab*at. most patriotic of A at rate of 50 cent round trip ".ith
land It i at their full face value on purchases any
m the !
tail on
ayhere Minimum f.n.
newspapers of ten
is therefore, o priceless value to its goods at our store. and in settlement of any 1'1 jWlVlj tlct Agent Prone 152 fort ;
it jHH
city live.and county flounsh aifd\State. Long may i it account. In fact, we are anxious to receive W. \H\ |.>V. further inforrtwtion.4'v0A .

And next e Vlando Sentinel: : them. t

"Tbat '/pr ;htl>\ youngster, the
DenXcrat. celebrated 1 +O a cs4P *s H" H Y i-+*.*a .9 t..i t t'ni
Oak aily
Live /
its second annirersa '*-a few da' s I Hardware Company i we SELL :--OTtll,"(. i_ XCE.P"l" r-
I/it th\ already Suwannee + *
ao. dlesenes keeps to outcla up *pace the Chinese i ;l' Health and Accident InsnranC |
set Ahich suspended nV long since t i Annual Stnj.-Annual. yuarUrK ,.' \!o .. ;-= .JD#.
afte continuous issue for something i ; Pins & \kCWEN, Genera'' Agent, :

Te )eaocratis > .,h n; -.
centuries .
lik seven : : + ; S.-We need a few moro good s'r' %
I Florida's
jewel in i H.-H i n H i n i 1111 M i M i j 11 H m m i m 11111111 1 ....a9.... .ge W-t-t-.l1;

,C wnA I

) -.y...y -- "> _-_ '- ._>__ 0- r
.ls' J- '

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I ?

__ "f"1 -f 'i ""fFt LIOAK DAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1007.ii 1sr

44$0; i minim Ml III 11 11 I I il 111111 M It 11 11111 II It HI I i I II 1111 i 111111111111 ?

: The Helvenston Insurance Agency,"I1""i"1

['f/ During. the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly $700,000.00 and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. i i;

4: All other insurance agents together have paid practically nothing. This tells the story. ;t;

$4.. 1 1 1 IIIIII IIIIII 1 III 1 n 1 Jill 1 1 III 1 im II II 1 1III II 1 1 1 m i n i 1IIIII 1 n i n H in IIII in II 1I1I II1I 1 IIIIIIII 1 II1II1II1 1 m .

";-',f. :

Circuit Court Proceeding I I
a y I 'I
The Circuit Court work for the ""
past few days has hinged on the
News of Live Oak and su-I THE
Locals And PersonalsTHEY I case of the heirs of H. F. Dexter

f wannee County Thos. Dowling in a suit for vS.1 I SANITOL
C i I the claim being that there was
by the Reporter. I COME AND THEY GO. sufficient water pressu when the if ADVERTISING AND OFfER IN THE .8.
I II. Bon Air hotel was buried. The case
cons'derabV attentionthe
i I has attracted
t "- JJee latter part of the Wt\k, and is n \\'o.'IA IIO'tE CO\\PtUlO:

\j1ely\ r\tl.ned last night Plenty of good goods at 0 the Su- 1 really the only one of the v ng list of i i, H SATURDAY :\'CNINQ POSTOLUtR'

Madison. S. wannee Hardware Company to exchange Jfior Sale civil cases in whlthYay onj tas taken I i ( I $, DEUXCATOP &c.
*.jropt I for Clearing House Certificates i much interest. Th A aJ jfiej s on
V. S. 'McCrzHjey, of Palatka, is a at par. both sides ait> makl g a jpry determined i iioMOLrnoDucrsi.coi
, aVd the become!
'. fight ase as
of the EthQ.tda)
pest I
r, Mr. A. B. Lorca o ear Rixford, We offer ta bargain, long drawn out b oAus/of the many I!
1nion Pressing Club neat called on th at today, and points contested, whiri necessarily g
Fill in of the
kThe one from i
york()short, notice. Phone 222 UIK I had his name r ed as a subscribDon't six room cottage with I took much time to settle. The argue I ii above Journals with coupons our name as t
er for one jear. modern conveniences, on n.ents will be made this afternoon I ii Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL f
: J.Hackne\yt Wellborn, is registered I and the jury will have the case given j H LABORATORY, with One Dollar. |
south Ohio Most
T. They will send order I
to'r avenue. you an onus
It the Feel today. II fail j4tev. II. Dutill's over to their consideration tonight. : for the ten products. (Retail : .
I special sermon tofflorrow. lie will desirable residence section Large crowds have been in attend I value $2.70.) x*

f:.W.Smith,ty'Askold, Is a visitor I have something important, to say to of the city. If you are : ance today and late this afternoon, I --
the business men, of o\2r city. interest is becoming intense. Carter i
JJ the tody\ contemplating purchasing b
: & McCollom are conducting the defense

',Mr, Sapders, !< Suwannee Station,I LOST-Pair of gold frame eyeglasses I a home in Live Oak come and J. B. Johnson and Rees & I I Suwannee I
business. between office and let Rees are attorneys for the plaintiffs.
[I b In the city today' on Baptist church tnd up to our I' '
.: postoflice, or between postoffice and show this
"FOR SALE-Young milch cow I residence Finder plea.,.? return 'o us you_u -- place. ,I Capt Bob Ivory, of Jranford. spent j I Drug Company i
Ithcalf, Apply to Sallie Rees, Democrat ,office and get reward. the day here yesterdaA locking after

[lut Lynn Park.:. business matters.V H* aCve his unqualified .
Why talk about hard times Tht're' "':' I I II : i'" f
1 1oa EDWARDS REaLTY[ R enitorsemenVio the Clearing j
..0. C. Uso ./of I luford, is here are as many peflple on our streets, House AsVomti n, and carried a i f
business to ak I and folks all se/nmo be as busy going I lot of the certificates home with him. I
to and fro, S at any time during !
i that Le might introduce his neighbors
'Jack Hurst a): uwannee county the jear iI i iI I Le"ill Building, Room 3. to the plan WHEN IN NEED

[farmer Is in I to n,today, trading. I I Phone No. 4iI
Mr. Walter Poa plV. one of the substantial ;
if "ls II. Lucas. Jr. has began the erectionf -
citizens I
T. H. Rocky Sink, I is err here today j
--- -
I a nice tw o-stor residence on of nice Books Bi-
ong thbusiness visitors in town I He is \jilyof >e, and sees >r. Center May Ome. ,
\\ellerr\Street in Oabfturst Addition
todaY. things In an en> ur"ng light down 1 r. A. E. Coates, one of the surest bles, Stationery Pic-
his I tte f.av seen the ,laps and when
f A. M. Moslepassed through this I I way __u. I young-er:I the building, is completed, it will bea tures, Musical In-
ciedit to ouWfttle city The work
, corning, en roiiXfrom Lake City to I KODOL is offered on a guarantee come to Jacksonville to live Those struments, Picture
kia'home at I/Dca ter. i I plan for the relief of heart bum, ;i people here wio know his record are is being d'jXciSd by Mr Lucas Frames, Wall Pa-
father, B L/cas, Sr\. a contractor and
flatulence, ,
sour stomach belching of I hoping that he ,111. Dr. Center came
I nausea, and all stomach troubles \ practical udder of\jng experience per, School Books,
.jGreelt-Amerlcan restaurant keeps I gas. ( from New York Apalachicola and
.mA, extra select oysters everyday It digests what you eat. It lived there until a few years ago, \Ve ara certainly glaJVto note this School] and Office
p,, will'make you health}'. Sold by Live I when he went to 'main for three substantial improvement\ust at thistime Supplies etc.
that have ,
as it indicates
k.Tbe Suwannee Hardware Company Oak Drug Co. t nov-d i sears in a position if importance in jse
men among us who are not scared by
"imparts their trade better and the I Rev J. F. Frtrd s rt'tuII\S1l from I the l'ohcllnlc Hospital, in New York
the cry of hard times
fertttcttes going like hot cakesls : [Tallahassee wheSXhe had been attending : City.s all the orld knows the CALL ON
\t -,- :i the anaoaV meeting of the! Polclinic is the sanctum sanctorum
){[ Hall, onrnybf the teachers In I Synod of Florida. IlV reports a good of Burger It wa/ there that Dr. A life party of JFoun people
font,public BchoofMeft this morning! meeting, and several JS niinent men I Ptjor, the great/Southern surgeon went ou o Mr. Jljr Bro n's farm
F1. COOK ij K g hR 8 CO.
[t far'lacbou11l/to spend Sunday. i| of the Presbyterian church present I :((rformed operation after operationthat seven mi west towoTlast night .
I seemed the work of wizard, to aVanerojal in g TfeyVeport a
*.,A full line of ladies' Oxfords and The inconveniences incident to the J and he is only one of the many od and Jplendi\ enjoj- 1 .
[Uppers, Just received at S. J. i use of the Clearing house Association i famous men who have worked at the ent f Bro 'st hospitalit .
:JDite'a Shoe Store 12-3t Certificates ar\> exceedingly few. 'I Pol}"clinic. { y sae. 1 'eeLa rf. f. TOOK Manas
I and of very little lon<'>equence, and Dr Conter if in .\palachicola.Lut e, n rson. Swim 1 t I IBau and Owner
,. '11. E. R. and brother, :, even these, ourVblsinesi men are week heJacksonville pent a few days in t, Ta o andses
D. Boaz ''tie the Democrat endeavoring toletiminJTe. In fait a the guest of his VirthT/Tuckerf Jac Ta)1or, ac t- I II
1easant morning. j the plan is -o\ og iUSlf. under practical friend Dr. Rvllle :. L. Ma>.-Jackson- man and BalrerBlackburny d M ssr Fred -- -'- -

i1 test to rx/aikradmirable one, 'n Metropoli )ave I yan Fit,, Frank Try The Daily Democrat '
$>t+'. Inger It/ nd W H Good-I every respttt 3Te: entire community 'II' Dr. Center w II locate in Live Oak Blackbur/ Carl I> I Wingert. I
here am lc the Live Oak peo- i ran congratulate itself Upon the about the Sat of this month and Curtis, /lair Marvin Kufl r, Davis a while. Ten cents
1 out,blid )itnt g esterday adoption of it, and rejou.' in the ; will be associated with Dr Efird in liirler' Jack Taylor, Coachman an-1
.t ". r great good it will do I the practice of Medicine and stirgerjnow I Brown composed the narty i a week gets it. _.

CrWk-American restaurant keeps __ __ __ '" ___ ___ n __ t
L extra select oysters everjdav \
limn; I ::I::: ::::::'I'I Ulilh; :jdl; :' I !! Ii : Il 1 I II :jlj: ;!1 II !;: :: ::: ; ;::' : ;II: ;'1':1: : I' : :iI i i II 'i'" II

ir, of he Florida*Times-

va,Crew* /this morning from I House Certificates i iI

d and Seabofrd.wo/V'out on the west Clearing

..& Cobb a> d.wife-. of Tallahas- .

former resfffnts of Live Oak, I .1.1i

s N among today.tha/gYests! of the Ethel "GOOD AS GOLD ft

YIortb r McElve Stephens hVt.,o his received is parents with wordmoran had theo i ii AT THE LADIES' EMPORIUM. I In r

ir f7o llze, to Mayo..Par aP

P .. rIi M MI
Dry Goods and Groceries,(

a7 teed wd, quantity call R. '"W ont PRICE as well&as CO2VlEd price. Ii I! FIVE DAYS' SPECIAL SALE. i Ii Iiil

of Tanah r te Alison district, ,presiding is in the; 10 per cent. discount given on all purchases of $3.00 and up. Discount I

t0da7 and r A_ the Democrat a the and not the
,' *t Ull- n on .. on money. N

)l pew* 'to certificates business at have the Suwanda'are given- z= No More Hard Times. Plenty of Money in Circulation.RIHR fi H .

I worth of certificates 0 I worth of merchrn-
$9 0 0 0
' at.ad on oerch/nts to lesrn that today trade from is I or other money, buys \P I dise at I

7 Itterf since the Clear- : u

o err js ues is have the effect gone that in- iumo I

for, usVll ow that feel it better is bet 1] The Ladies' EJl11pO .

t mss aloV; as In the I J1 i
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NOTICE Notice is OP hereby CHARTER.'APPLICATION given that FOR the Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co. FLORIDA, RAILWAY =

undersigned incorporators will, after Time Table No. 20 j
four weeks publication of this notice
apply to Honorable N. B. Broward, The Mineral Springs Route Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. M., 1901: \t-"
Governor of the state of Florida for )
the issue of Letters Patent Incorpor- SUPERSEDES ALL SCHEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE %
wraT sot.sD _EAST aOt'ND2n1 -t
ating them as a body corporate under READ DOWN. CENTKAL TIME. "
the corporate name of BrownThomason Class fIRST CLUS t111li'I..: i i TIH8T CLASS 24 Class .JIG
\ Drug Company, with the follow- has No.
ing proposed charter hereto attachedto and frt (and Frt I Pau Paaii Pus Pass ()F.1'CT. 2 19U. pass Pass Pass Iort and 'and t'rt .i..t'dFct Duly I 1"1 bTAHONS. 1;

this notice: Paas_ Paso I I ----_- I+:-I I I_:IPas Pasa CI"ndu.Except ) Ezpeas.Daily
C. S. BROWN. 3 17 9 sIT 13 12 14 t6Ip M'P8A ;
F. E. THO IASOX. 'MjA.MA.f.! P.M P.M P.M A.M A.M A.MI M TOO a ml 4 SO p m!'L... ...,..Live Oak. ..... ..... ......... .A.hoso.
1 W. H. JONES.V. T.\TIOX : : 720 a mi., 41 p m!Lv_. ._..._.-..___Porter._..._._....._ ...Lv.hO 1 t.
I >allyU 6 LT..... .......... .... it a.
Paily 'Sun Sun D ex Sun I D Dab Sun I Sun 740 a III. p n ------ Lanier -- __...,,.-.L.. 10 j
u ex !0 .
GRANBURG. .... .... a
only only Sun I only) svnday 1 fV a m 6 08 p n Lv. ? -- Kirkland. .._____...._
W. L. ULMER. Sunday.. only ___ Sun ..nl- only -ir 2H a m 5 19 9 mAr|, .__.......Wilmarth_..__ ...... ._..,..... Lv Lv..\1015 t. (X> of Clwrter. I.. i Ln, I ve Ln Ln Lye -1-x, ; Ar Ar Ar I.I-I 1000 a m 5 20 pmi L._._.._._._Wilmarth............ ..... ...Ar.'10 00 two h
-- -
py -- -- -- -- -- 4(1(' 1065 a 1ft 5 24 pm',Lv- ._...__......Suwannee River............__- 5 67 I. t
4 Article 1. The name of this cor- 7451111>1 900 130 1 15 .. Live O.k... ...... ..'1(11 11i 5 3 : 3 >> 10 14 m 5 30 pra' ...._......._..... _..-Norwood..._ ........_...........,-.L..I..k a. ...'1
9 2' 14' 4 .. ..... ...... i 25 i 4i .
poration shall be BrownThomasonDrug s 0511 30 .. .Starr. 9.1 11 30 171 330 1925 a m 5 40 mAr.! ..........__..Mayo. ... C It
8101135' 92. 15:! 4 r. .. .....Mercer....... 9451125 51 2, S"O p mlLv.' _._....... __ -.. --. .L..I, ..... '
? is' 3 2fa 1115 a m 6 42 Mayo _. .. ..._.. 114/a
Company, with Its place of busi- 15.11 401! t 2' 1 55 4 40 ....... ....F/.tt./ ..... .. .' 9 43 11 Z 5 091 3 3 If' 11 28 a m Ii.. D mLv! .._...,..&n I'edre-? ._-..-_.-.._..Ar. '1'1.. ..
ness In the city of Live Oak, Florida. 8 3011 501 t as 2 : 4 r.o ........._Lancaa r... ....I I 9 11 1'2 5 oo! 3 00, 3 10 11 25 m 5 R5 p p ........._...bait Row..........._._........_,.Ly.t .a1a-
together with such other branch offices 8 4511% 10 9 4a t jp: 6 0d 3 ..... Dowling Park ......! 9 25 11 06 11 I:' t s,,,! 2 .5 3 t 12 00 m' 10 p mIL.--', ... .-. _...AakoM.CharlUm._._... _..._. _......Lv.l.L.., f. 2i lie'e rata'
(101. 1 2 in p m 617 pm ......._. ...._....__...... .
in said State or United States 8 !j011% 151 t 52 2 44 504 3 C4! ........_Chant"f'y;......... I 91&10 f5 11 4 .431 2 35 4, 12 20 p IP t7 p m L._-_....._...Keen.__._......._.Lv..Lv. 101.a I
i as may be determined upon by the 8 5512 20 1000 3 I' Mayo Junchon .... ; gip, H' 50 11fa 43" 2 31 12 30 p m 6 35 p n.! _..-....._._Fenhollo..y_.... _.... .. III. .1.
R Board of Directors of said corpora- Our) 2 26 II 611 515 "I............... y. .. ....., 9051045 2 26 I 1250 p m fI.' p IP i.v.....__. _.Denmark*,.m-...-..................L. I 108 4S Mt
l 9 1$1 I 00 6 2 .. ... SIlo. .... .j 8 61\ 10 39 2 It, 100 m 6 60 p ml Ar___.Ptrry. ..._ ........._ aJl .1.
t I .... .Townaend_.. ...., 211, "
tion.Article : fjIlO 32
!t 2. The general nature of 9 .QI: 3 3 06 5 525 43 !I...... ....."Smlth. .. ...., 8 8 3 10 14 1 S4
.. .. I Luraville
the business or businesses to be tran- 9 b7i: a Zl 6 01 ''' F.l\hollo..ay. I I4 eSF 1 3., Branch
10 291 ...... .Perry .. ... .1 800 940 120
sacted by said corporation shall be a 10 35. 4 4 13 6 517 30 ... Hampton prin,.... '7 45 9 25 1 00 Between Luraville and Wilmarth.
general retail drug business Includ- Went

ing the buying and selling for profitof MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. Bound. I _.

all drugs chemicals toilet articles i o43Q a mLv/ __._.__ \Yilmarth. .
and each and every other goods. !P.M A.M, i ,r.M A.M'P.M' P.M 8 50 a tnl A r.._....___._.._.Lnr..ille_---.'-._'. .."_',.. .. ,Lt.1I1 I'h I.
wares and merchandise usually car- I Lve Lve Lve, Ar Ar Ar -- -- ---
ried in a business of like character: 12 :010 e' 10 .. ...M.yo Junction ..... 11 3. 436 235 Alton Branch
-- ---
to maintain and operate for profit a -:;:;-::: row 320. ........ Den....... ....- 11 21 425 223 Between Mayo and Alton.Eaat .
d wholesale drug business including I ::12 40 10 Iii 3 21; .. ...l'.tf'r80".... 11 14 4 19 2 15 I
f' the manufacture of drugs and chemi I '1' 5010; 25 3 ..::::.......M.yo..._.... 11 05 4 10 _205Dex Bound. I j
cats and all other articles Incident to -u 10 I S 40 ........ ....Alton....... .. nool 4 05 1 1040 a |LY._._ ........-.. .__ Wayr.Trains ........ .... _. .....
said business; to maintain and oper- A M p.M A.M P.M P.M P.M A.MA.MA.MP'.MP.MPVUSun; ! 10 60 a ml Ar.. __..-.............Alton........_-.-.. ---.-Ar.rE
ate for profit a retail and wholesale i ;;; ; ,
j ;; -I
!D: Sun 'Srn 1aex hex dun Sun I! ex I
mercantile establishment, engaging :, SUB x Only Only Sen Only: Sun [On J]Only Only Jun Sun scheduled to connect with Seat-uard Air Lire .-"t tcurd and Atlantic:o..ttia....
is therein in the buying manufacturing I y bound at Live Oak. For information rtgardirg rates schedules and corrcctiorg: apply to
t. and sale of all classes of commodities '>I ,3 ::7! 9 5 1 13 : 2 12 14 I 16 4 8Trains T. r. ALSTON. Superintendent. F. P. WOODWDD,Go r./I r.A.

:I incident to said business; to buy, i I

own. rent or otherwise use and dispose -i scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic
of real estate houses and los : Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and (connections .
: and timber lands; to enjoy all tlje: call on any ticket agent.

benefits privileges rights and franchises .J. LEE ENSUiX. President. n. P. 1I0PKIX-;. Trunk Manager. Can You

J State of guaranteed Florida, by in the the laws conduct of the of I Write a Ghost Story//?

the aforesaid business. I
Article 3. The amount of the
1i capital stock of said corporation shallbe hoof fs Sn TjhcCompariaon No doubt you know one you have been telling

t'' consisting'Ten Thousand one Dollars hundred( $1 0.000)shares, I tune I If for years. We will give a

ii which said shares shall be of par CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor
value of one hundred dollars ( $100)

1 per share, and said capital stock maybe the best Ghost Story written by youngor

paid for in cash merchandise o old, male or female.
labor and services all of which shall ;
only condition is that each
1 be approved in value by the Board of l (J :'.
Directors; said capital stock may be t send Fifty Cents for a years subscriptionto

; increased in the discretion of said THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE
corporation In the sum of Twenty a monthly

4 five Thousand Dollars $25,000)). ten publication, published at Live Oak, Florida.

per cent of which said capital stock The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;
shall be paid in to said Company .
fore the issuance of Letters Patent it has a will of its own, and stands on a plat- ;

Article 4. The term for which form unique in policy and principle. The

t' this ninety-nine corporation years.is to exist shall be first number will appearNOVEMBER I

t Article 5. The regular animal' l FIRST

meeting of the stockholders of said
l corporation shall be held In the officeof Write oa one side of paper only; story not

the Company in Live Oak. Florida to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close
I on Tuesday after the first Monday in
January of each year at which time FEBRUARY, J5th J908.
said stockholders shall elect a Board Particular Feople whose pride and name and and winner
E be announced in the March
of Directors and attend
to such other
matters as shall properly come b '- pride in product goes into their stationery have number. Send in your subscription at once.

fore said stockholders In meeting assembled .' preferred Coupon Bond of II
irrespective for
; and the Board of Directors price THE SOUTHERN
elected by said stockholders at said : fifteen ,
time cs soon thereafter as practical, years. I
shall elect a President a Vice-Presi-i
dent and a Secretary and Treasurer i I I Not the cheapening: hurry of today but the old slow care I Drawer 30 Live Oak, Fla

tte: last of which two offices may beheld ful methods that make for firmness and perminance are
by one and the .
same and
at such first annual meeting person the still used in making "\' nnP?' r> ;i 1''' I.. Its beau- i 1 ..'t 1 m M M m n 1 1 1 u 1 1 m I" I I t 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 IIII till n**

Board of Directors elected as aforesaid tiful color and texture, its remarkable toughness and erac- I

t shall of adopt the by-laws affairs of for said the gOVernment corporation ; ing qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de '

' p and until and before said : lute and incomparable paper for all business correspond SEABOARD'Airline

l J! first businesses annual of meeting said corporation the business shall or I,, ence. Write your letters so that they will compel a read- I

be conducted by a President a Vic e- ing-write them on I

President and a Secretary and treasurer Railway.

Brown.,: and F.Live E.until Oak Thomason.,said Fla..meeting shall of Live be, President C.Oak.S. : @ @ (Wp@NJ[ [ lliS@ ? [ )1

Fla.. shall Vice-President, and W Savannah, Columbia Camden Southern Pines,
I. Ulmer Live Oak. Fla., shall be to strengthen their appeal andto reflect the standing Raleigh Baltimore
Secretary and Treasurer; and all of of your house -Jt\\n\ nr5)ff\\NJ\ fPt\\NJ costs ,
the undersigned incorporators. to- [ ) Philadelphia and New York.
than tr-
no more U\J WU\J
other ___
wit: C. S. Brown. F. E. ThomasonW. ___ -
--- -
L. Ulmer, V. Granberg and W. H. good bond papers-but no other bond poper will erg;

Jones Directors.shall compose the Board of you as well- TWO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DfllLY

'1 I Article 6. The highest amount of The COUPON BOND book ahowinc American Writing Paper Co.
C Indebtedness or liability to which the various weights-fininhoB and colon I'
and how finely the wiU t
paper prinu Seaboard
corporation can at any time subject sent you with the name of local print Largest Manufacturers of the Commercial Express Seaboard Mail
s' itself shall be twice the amount of its er or stationer who can supply you-If !
Paper in the World.
you write us en your business let.
capital stock at said time actually will,
I J ) I HLYKE ----- --- -
paid in to said corporation. MASS.Heaven .
Article 7. The names and residences
t of the subscribers to the stock : Pullman : Enninment.- -- .
of said corporation is follows .
as : ------- --- ------ -

C. S. Brown Live Oak. Florida, is alee" people claim tot t Love is what makes ft man see :a --
twenty shares.F. r '
be bound for bmause they think it lot of amusement, In baling himself The
E. Thomason Live Oak Florida Jamestown Exposition Line
twenty shares. spites their neighbors. ,| run by a woman. ;

\V. H. Jones Orange Bend Florida I f

twenty shares.V A Hard Debt to Pay. ; A flatterer iua.I'certain kind of liar NORFOLK, VA.
Granberg Lice Oak. Florida
twenty shares. "I owe a debt of gratitude that can to whom the ajorit of people have Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily

W I. Ulmer Ll\p I no objection .
Oak. Florida, -
never be paid off, writes G. S. Clark,
twenty State of Florida j i[ of Westfield, Iowa "for my rescue.', lie Fought at Gettysburg I of Seaboard For fun information and Sleeper rl't'iE'n'ation" rail on anyage> t
I or write.
County of Suwannee }I from death by Dr. King's New Dis- David
Parker of
I Fayette :\. ..
Before me this day persOnall.1came S. C.
C. S. Brown, F. E. Thomason covery. Both lungs were so seriously who lost a foot at Gettysburg. writes: I JR.. Asst. Genl. Pails. Agent, .ttci*.3onril1e? f'.a.

W I.. UlmerV.. (i. Jones and V. "Electric Bitters have done
affected that death seemed Immin- me moms M I I I I I i I M i t t i
Granberg, to me well known who on good than any medicine I ever took. .
ent when I commenced taking New -- -
and -
oath deposes says that they signed For --- -
several years I had = -
and acknowledged the foregoing Disco\ery. The ominous dry, hack stomach
proposed charter for the uses and trouble, and paid out much money
j purposes therein set forth.In ing cough quit before the first bottle for medicine to little purpose until Aclyersise vertiselHave !

Witness Whereof, I have here- was used, and two more bottles madea I began taking Electric Bitters. I A cl

unto set 11 my. 1907 hand and seal this November complete cure." Nothing has ever would not take $500 for what they .

have done for me." Grand
B. W. HELVENSTON.. equaled New Discovery for coughs, tonic fox
the aged and for female weaknesses. :
Notary Public. colds and all throat and lung com- Great alterative and body builder; you anything to sell? Do you want to buy?

Superstition is.the endeavor of the plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & sure cure for lame back and weak Have you "lost"' or "found" anything? '

fool to answer | a questions the wise Groover druggist. 50c and $1.00. kidneys. Guaranteed by Barclay & ;

men do not/explain. Trial bottle free. nov-dw Groover druggist 50c. nov-dw An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your demeods4 :-':

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_OAK D\IL1 DEMOCRAT S.TtRH.XO'K'm.n_ 16, 1907.

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More Health Than is! :: t 0o You Wish to Jlfake Your Own-1

! r i F Wealth 1 Way fn TJhis ?World


UNiMEN7s? t : -----=-===If SO, ATTEND:

L.t .
ICING cc "

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:." AND

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will always have good health. What la (, man
,, thAn good health? All the money in the world can'a make .
it. j3lnine58 where health 13 unknown Ballard's Snow Liniment
', Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns sPrains, Neuralgia, J I '
o! 4. C'URES Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, Lama
-. Back and all the Ills that Fsn is heir to.

One Who Knows. :
< The Standard Commercial Shorthand
an Telegraphy
t' J. O. Scott Salt Lake Citv Utah. write'I cannot ;.1. College in North Florida. We secure POSITIONS for i
to': too highly praise your liallard's Snow i.'nip* nt for all graduates.
: the relief of acute rheumatism, canned I, f.l1rld" i charge .:
and exposure to the weather. I aLo r 'c'OLJIIH'nJ '. .'ur j !
.!t Ballard's Horehound Syrup for cou Iis and Culus.Theso 1 :SCHOLARSHIPS=
It used together defy all pain.

i GET THE OESUl E. Three Sizes se, SOc, $1.00 i

I t.. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. II $40, $50, $75 and $90

500-502 North Second Street, T



f., Sold and Recommended by i| | Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner StreetL.

Suwannee Drug Company.;; t J President. )1.and LITTON IToprietOr., LIVE OAK FLA. G. S.Principal STEPHENS, I

: :

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I When genihs me Into the world M_ .+..1H1p >+4+ > . . .. . .
talent took toyjvHolng the part of a '
=- -=--== / ++++++++++++-i4+++++44)44++++.+'II..1411111Ii++.++++H+++Hi+niimiim-H"H-*
I mimic s t f' r
rM.F Pneumonia Follows a Cold I It;;! ; II !:: ; : II:::::::: : ;'::;;:W i : II::::: ':,::;::::::;::::;::1:: ::::::;::::I::: :! ;:;;nt .NO SUIT \0 FAR1s.-
but never follows the use of Foley's
ATTORNEY COUNSELOR AT L\\v. Honey and Tar. It stops the cough, I j! it = Nt- J.TSOJ Supreme Cimrt Says that
LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA.fl heals and strengthens the lungs anl Tliyt
.Prevents pneumonia. City Pharmacy -! X v York, Nov. flZ.-The New
Kmctjee ia all the court of the State. Spec
U iteration given to Conveyances. Collection nov* I n Jerse;; Supreme Co&rt has sustained
.)I !.e"n\ fare" ordinance
;> 'I t : seat no pass-

.yoTAir. PCBUC. STATE AT LARGE. i A man will \\\' ea lot of things ia !: Rail Road II ed by t e street/and water board of

.-- -- a letter that horvouldn't !'dto the 01 Hp Jersey C y, athe instance of Major -

recipient Mark M. 'a n.

,DR.' J. W. WEST J Goes every where, North. South, 8I The ord nce provides that all

Physician and Surgeon. The Postmaster of Gasconado, Mo., 1 corporatlo operating the trolley

,::Owe Danlel.A Bugh, says. "I cannot say 1 I East and West. Through Pullman jj jjf cars frorytl'eV'jne and Pennsylvania
: Ohio Avenue
Building too much for jour Kidney & Bladder ..a'Iroa temiiirils shall between the

Residency, at Ethel Hotel. Pills I feel like a new man" DeWilt's I j f! service on ,all trains. 1 1I I ours J 5:30 an\7 p. m., run a suf-

ftac-Offict.Nft.i68. Kidney aWl Bladder Pills ar' 1>x ficl'n: /number of\ars to provide a
Residence, NOR.23 or 168.
Dna Stan(BanluA Groover) No 16.t.LaowsL sold by Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d j tt teat Oar every passe\ er from whom

I CONSULT THE "PUKPLE{ FOIJD} n" 1 a fare is demanded Vt also provides
; F. E.THOMPSON Philosophy Ct /Ists in believing in thatpasFengers shall n\t be kept

those things th/ jour neighbors do j waiting longer than five minutes I fora

BROWN & THOMASON. not believe -I tar "

,. : j jThre's For detailed informotion, schedules, rates .V penalty of $50 was fixed for each
and every violation of the ordinance. '
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS >o Use i, j and reservatione, see your nearest ticket jj
.." talking, you can't beat Herbine: for !
the liver. The greatest regulaterever : agent, or write or call on fifi There N >o Reason
.; t offered to suffering humanitj If ( j why your baby should be thin and

.: you suffer from liver complaint, if j i J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, jj truful during the night Worms are

:;: LA. CllAUFOIlD, you are bilious and fretful, its jour : j jj Live Oak Florida. tie cause of thin, sickly babies. It
liver and Herbine will put it in its i i j is natural that a healthy baby.should

PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, proper condition A positive cure for I !B| or -- *$ be fat and sleep well If your baby

Office Upstairs. Constipation, Biliousness, DjspepMa j S does not retain its food, don't ex-:

QUiens! Bank Building and all ills due to a torpid liver Try :I I FRANK C. BOYLSTON District Passenger Agent | leriment with colic cures and other
will never use anything : neJicnt'; but try a bottle of White's
ottle and
IlJVE a you '
OAK -: -> FLORIDA. Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Jacksonville Fla.
j Cream
ehe Sold bj Suwannee Drug i Vermifuge, and you will soon :

,. Com pan j, nov-dw !! be your baby have color and laugh as :. .
'T. J. LYLE b-:: I ;:'1' II ;;;: I;: I: 'n:::: I tltil ilM I it should. Sold by Suwannee Drug 4:
M.HI.AT lad I'Lrnty. -- -- - -- ----- n01'-<1\\.r

f Practical "That plil '.'\r arkt'd the 'ritkal It i!' (tinny t Ve- woman Irving When a ma 'aims to understand

tCHMAKER person 'laiks Jfrart interest:' ID look as mad ;/ \man sounds when women he is jp
AND JEWELER "It does e \answered the star: h. ,......r!&. I" a h*>npecked/husb ad. I She -I t\f the annual; fifth catch or t
*t' 35 year's experience you just oiiidlit tsee the way the i --- i i I-.glanrl :Il >"a teat $ 3.9& .W0.

toctof Watcljesalwayt, on hand. manager is t king\he\ office re- : .\Pltt'llItict! l't! I \\e have secured the agency for 1 He That's ',lthiD'; W'hy when

I' : it ipis to heart."--\\JvJiinRton Star. : is doe in a large measure to abuneof Orno Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new : I was up in ue\' country, this sums -

I -- ---- ;1 the bowels" employing drastic laxative that makes the liver lively,I mer I cough \

; Debt remedy for n,oth TS to use Is i i iK purgatives. To avoid all danger, use purifies the breath, cures headacb I But his wife' turuM on the tbr>P

!fOlEY'Si' ': <'nnedv laxative Cough Syrup It i only Dr. King's New liver Tills, the and regulates the digestive organs. phonographs and shuK lim off.

tastes nearly as good I.B maple sugar, II | tate, gentle cleansers and invigorators Cures chronic con.ttpatlon..k ua Yonkers Stat..maLTake
I lit contains no opiate Sold by Ur Guaranteed to cure beads -
noYd | biliousness, malaria and about It. City Pharmacy dw'Sentt'ti some good reliable and safe
t Oak Drug Co. a>'l.e. I
l & Groover drug digestant like KODOL for dyspepsia
jaundice, at
; INEYANoTAR t > T..r.hlt 8Oy-d.,. a Siisjv IH|,I|. I KODOL is the best remedy known to-
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small nidear, Syat shall we do When a : t' really honest he registered iiegall"Hell !: /? I troubles arising from a disordered

1. The original I when your mother fto'* tiS a visit" goes ; d attacking the your h/ao responded the digestion It is pleasant to take and
j I "Whyyou will x\mo take room prisoner "per 1ftps J\ id. but the I affords relief promptly. Sold by
," dorfer Hlaetter grand jury system were Irving hard \>eat you thatI Live Oat Drug Co. nov*
.ITlYE 'oOlf'wht'rt' Jl siege
cough] remedy -
Just got Pt'ratt'-r-hila lphl!!
s ha. !7lM* New Pure I-' t.tl and Urn: Lave Ledger "The water ran mountain high '
ft J colds. throat and ;
p Wo opiates.. \\ are pleased to announce that I wrote the be nae;. "
Non-alcoholic, .. and (VnMipation.
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"wjbodj. Sold every where. with biliousness Koley's Honey and Tar for cough. Cured of I'.ripht'H Disease..Mr "That t'J ret i. old." objected
The genuine For years I was troubled colds! and lang troubles Is not affeet- I the t'X pri@neerfwriter. "It was all
constipation, which Robert O. Burke, El ora, N
HONEY and ed by the National Pure Food and I right twenty /e\ but It won't
-s and TAR is ia Y., writes "Before I started to ago
: usFoley's
My .
for me.
,Package. Refuse substitutea.rr' I made life miserable Drug law as it contains no opiatesor I do today. %
.. usual Kidney Cure I had to pot up x
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A" Pr OJared only by >> failed me. other harmful drug, and we recommend I "I see" Everything to hitter BOW '
i from twelve to twenty times a night
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Company, Chlcag. force and vitalit Pepsin preparations it as a safe remedy for i Pittsbnrg PostDancing .
and I was all bloated with drops
"' cathartics only made matters up .
; -- and (children and adults City PfaarbKiom I
b know where I and m>" eyesight was so impaired I I
? as well as tofrom yourself.ac i worse I do not : Proves Fatal
had I not I \, ; could scarcely see one of my family
t ot.BUffer pains or should have been Stomach and Liver \\ i"\h/ result of having the I across the room. I bad given up Many men and women catch coldsat

,b.our horse need not suffer. | tried Chamberlain's relieve the most courage ;(Ut to claim to understand -: hope of living when a friend recommended -I' dances which terminate in pneumonia -
:- of Ballard's Snow Lint- | Tablets. The tablets than do.DeW'itt's
: more you really I Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50 and consumption. After exposure -
the digestive -
'S 4 eare8 : strengthen
all pains. J- M. Ro- ill feeling at once. cent bottle worked' wonders and before i if Foley's Honey and Tar Is

a ",ltsaeld Jour Mo., writes: "1 I (functions work helping naturally the.-Mrs system -. Carbolized Witch Hazel I bad taken the third bottle the ,taken It will break up a cold and no o.I y

:F --.: Liniment for ten to do its Ala. These salve is healing and soothing Good dropsy had gone. as well as all other serious results need be feared. Re-

i. 4 It to be the best I Rosa Potts, Birmingham sale by Barclay & for piles Sold by Live Oak Drug 'symptoms of Brlght's disease" City I fuse any but the genuine in a yellow .t
! for for
man or beast. tablets are nov-d Pharmacy nov-dw package.LIVE .
ee 1 Drug Co. nov-dw Groover and all druggists. nov-w Company .

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D. L. BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. ARNOLD P. MICKLER Cashier. "
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i Manufacturers of I i ll irl-------I II) GOOD CLOTHES

Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights ,
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: Power and Turpentine. i E I HH HH EEl! OR BOYS.

Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for c:2:
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J Residence or Business Houses at a reasonable a In think
I very rate. I buying clothing for boys, some peopl l ,
Electric powprDa. and night current for manufacturing l
purposes.Wholesale. .. I;; just any old thing will do, if it will protect him
and retail Ice-out of City orders have special Q! .t from the weather
attention, and all orders promptly filled. I You couldn't practice economy when '
We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and E 01 i buy that kind poorer i
you of clothes for boys. Put
Come and prices.
i flooring. get our .
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. tiH : money in the best you can buy.
i Auctioneering of all and every- any tax payer shall pay during the I
'' thing at the Auction House of R. W.!:month of December shall be allowed I d! j GOOD ALL-WOOL MATERIAL
Price & Co. every Saturday. If you(.a discount therefrom of one per n
want it. we have it. and at jour own ceatum thereof :
price provided It is better than the. Any tax paid I f! with good fjt
on or upon the first I : honest tailoring, good trimmings'
other fellows' Come around every
day of January shall for the :
Saturday and tee. of the additions aforesaid purpose be regarded I h 3- j and style, and you will be pleased.
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Notice. J. N. MEEKS. U NEl +.. II II II II II ..j for you. Come in and let us Fit Your ?oy.
i To the several tax payers of Suwan- Tax Collector Suwannee County Fla II I jl
nee Count, Florida: d-wky II J
; In accordance to Section 41, of [
Chapter 3596, of the Laws of Florida in:. B. s. n( \\FLU IJ' S J GENTS
I hereby give notice that the
Optician. jj I I WAIlFURNISHER.Dive .
Tax Books are now open for collection -
of taxes for the year A. D. 1907. ,
The refractive defects of the e'r 'Rand
The law provides that any tax payer *
and the manufacture of lenses a ;'
who shall pay taxes during the c Oak
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month November, shall be allowed 11 J Jy
by the Tax Collector, a discountof Office at Barclay & l/roover Drug If: ,
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