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 23, 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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Waahfnlton, Nov. 22.-An impor-

; announcement of policy was

by Secretary Cortelyou late lGR9 t

afternoon In regard to the allotII / 4, ft
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aptly at theViisposal of the money

et He proposes to return tonal '

tank s\bscrl/ing for the

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jb fr cejt the cash paid

> them YWrifenainlng 25 per .
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tie caA balance of the

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: %he par value of the certi-

I; ttchued in new bank note

t{ oa. In order to make this

immediately effective, the

j Will retain the certificates Webster in Chicago Inter Ocean.

bl each bank if it desires
Resolutions of
fie deposited with the Unit- !

ta treasurer for O'Brien Camp \v. O. W., No. 182, /
as security Committee/urnt'd to Get Two Wat White .".
nand Got
'I -- tad will the notes Nov. 15, Ift07. On the 5th of this Away
More Witnesses from that Town. From
Omip Scar Perry.
month the Almighty Ruler of the

Washingt/n i9.-After Valdosta, Qa.. Nov. 19.-Adolph
I'i. Nov. be- Universe saw fit to take from our

f HELPFUL ing In session for about an hour and midst our beloved Sovereign Cljde Fletcher who\aims to have been a

'' a half today considering the Browns II. Davis. Sovereign Davis was ever sailor and who neaped from a Florida -

too ville riot ue senate committee on loyal to his brethren and friends: convict camp yas picked up atStanle"s
on a Bank in Ilaffalo. -
Von. military affaKa adjourned to meet kind generous and courteous in all camp noar here yesterday -

again next TuesHay when it is ex- his relations in life;" a sympatheticfriend evening, and I iJ being held here
Nov. 18.-President for the
c pected that new fatnesses, George: and affectionate, tender, and Florida offlcers to come for
a commended and
Connor chief of 4 lice of Browns- loving Soveregin. him. He applied/to one of the
hronghout the day on I
and\uccess ville and L. A. Jagou, also of Resolved, That in the death of guards at Stan Y'8 camp for work
q I of the finan-
the /
tjneasu Brownsville, will b/ put on the stand. Sovereign Davis, the camp has lost I' and guard egan to suspect him.

a t s launched yester- The proceeding today consisted one of the most faithful, loyal and 'The guard laler arrested him and

;i ,adm ulstration. Many largely of listening to the interpretation -I affectionate m tobers' and workers in | then Fletcbe/ admitted that he was
{, from al parts of the coun- fugitive,
a bjit refused
t of an aufcount of the riots woodcraft. His many 'acts of kindness l to return to
agXe\ York, Chicago and witV
Florida the guard.
t cities printed in a S/apish paper called EI i hate endeared him to all. Farewell { Officer
) Ro been. arriving Por\enir, whl/h is edited by P. S. I Sovereign, male we'Oieet" in that I Presley went\uit to Stanley's camp
day and after
}k' fcby th Preciado, whclwas wounded duringthe Celestial home not {nade with hands, and got him. r\ is said that thereis
president have been
a reward of ole hundred
the fusilade. Preciado has filed a I where God hlujselj/shall wipe away dollars
scretary of the treas- 1
standing for his rrest.
fCorte claim as a Mebcan citizen againstthe all tears from our ejfs.ResoUed .
p. ; rou. The callers at + Fletcher sajs/that he
K worked
kHoi United States or $10,000 on account That O'J rlen Camp deeply ou
e, who have been
boat anj
I for of injury t* himself ,and the mout the loss we have sustainedin a was convicted of
a ontinuous rainy day, i
stealing rope tfom the boat and sell-
v add purpose of the committee seemed to the eath of pur Sovereign, and
an opinion of the 'ling it, his sentence being for
aid. o kthe be to bring out fhe facts regarding that we extend to the bereaved wife one
situation ou'r ( >'ear. Soon a ter going to the camps
eat it. The commit e is still undecidedas and pareriJ most heart-felt
as informed from I near Perry, Flu, he made his
?*,kU lettr to whether its will go to Browns sympathy in their hour of deep affliction escape
expressing con- and came to Georgia. Descriptions

{, th soon ness of the counPri ville. J JRev. of him had beelt sent out and the
{ leeq Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions -
ted in several guard at Stan Ie 's recognized him
2 h Baffa C. A. Ridley Xsks for Thanksgiving be recorded in the book of /
p and distributed by these. /
fora ho were making Holiday/or Young Men. records of our camp, and that one

!''LTA th jre, with the effect The Business M/b of Live Oak, Live page be left blank sacred to his memory COAST DIVIDENDS

Lhe r i"dam Oak, Fla.Gentlemen Be it resolved also that a LIXEJ

: copy of these resolutions be mailedto
Ht'la-t'd Only lUtause of Stringent commen .
the widow of Davis
handle Sovereign ,
Flee The youn men employed to
friers d Fruit.Mr. your business have appealed to me, The Suwannee Democrat, the Black- Money
: about asking thxt I ask you for a Thanksgiving shear Times and the Florence Times. Richmond, fi&, Nov. 21.-Because
12 miles
toxn holiday for them. Is it too Respectfully submitted, of the unsettled financial situation,
brought to the With .Nponge hooks at Bottom of !Sea
doe this much to bsk? Will your losses be J. H. REYNOLDS directors! of the Atlantic Coast Line
morning Near Tarpon: Springs.
*cttaas fruit he some out of p portion to their gains? J. L. WELtS Railroad Company notified the stock-
Jere *n raising I think notV They have been faith- J. Q SCARBROUGH. holders at thWr meeting this weekas Tampa N'ov 20.-SIx mites off
es coun- ful, and will continue to be, whether Committee. stated In th A Associated Press dis- Tarpon Springs on the gulf's bottom

pmtt are. the bitter they get a holidVr or not; but they. patches, that lh question of dividend seventy- ?veii: feet under tfce surface

Y lit and satsuma feel like that sucl could be granted Tom M'Quecn Not Dead. payments woul )be deferred until of the water."Nichols Andreas and

and kumquats, December, at time John BastodsvxGreek4, onge divers
without loss to airy body. Not being ybich a special
Me (Gains& llle Sun)
y very fine. M[. will be/held despe'ateV yfh books
a business man, / am not in positionto meeting in New York.The fought sponge

enthusiastic over decide this, bit. am sure from whatI A report otAhe shooting of Tom company here fore has been paying for po9sesio of a frig sponge. Both

Tin with his know of your as business men and McQueen by/his cousin McQueen 6 per cent per annum, and notwith- received 'painfulwounds.. Aadrefta

ates to setting out citizens, that be request will be | Chaires, at Old Town, on Sunday, appeared standing thw unfavorable conditions ,came to Tiwaf** to institute prosecution -

nother seaI granted if y/u can consistently do so. 1 in Tie Sun of Tuesday morning which have iffected'railroads, the report against Bastoais, only to learn

tb his year will Those w/o have spoken to me I with theVreport that McQueen of Pre dent Emerson made a that no court had jurndteUoa.oman .
sand ranges 'had died )? afternoon. \
on ofiday gratifying r ord the being
r !athy would like to know as early as pos- company
and bearing sible how you feel about the matter, This seems to Cave been a mistake without any floating debt. The same \\' Dies Hahand !>()i;JC U..d) of lIu'i-

'i a p a w proper and so wiu have a petition circulatednot I The Sun having been misinformed. board of directors were retect, I" .\nn .

ee unty can : Parties arriving rom that section with the of W. \V. Mackail
b on
f later than Monday If businessis excep ,
elt I Bellefo8ta1aoe. Ohio, Nov. 2..-
fruit as I Thursday state /that the victim was of ,
not too ptesslng, let's all have a Savannah, 900 was named to fill
the Enfolding with W arms the body of
Weo getting along inely. and would
recover the death of
Caused the
vacancy by
good rest, or a\ ood hunt, or a good : .
others ofer : from th wounds inflicted her husband, MrsSNicholas Williams
turkey dinner or a good somethingor Colonel J. II/Estill, of that city

as a matter other. C. A. RIDLEY. Chaires. of Rusbaylvaoia pwed today that
; eration. We
tit, | This will e gratifying information Mere Trouble. she might die, too lad, a> her lips .
astry l
Y push-
s out this seer Prominent Tampa Man Dead. ; to the i umerous friends andacquaintance Rota-I am\going to sell kisses at moved in supplica n, her spirit departed .

i Mr. Hawkins Tampa, Nov. 20\,-Capt. John A. of the wounded man the fete that is being got up for the Mr WlJ lams died from .

hat McKay 63 of age, a pioneer relief of the whose I '
years people
: poor
ti wishes for through this Action. The whole af- blood poisoning, and Mrs. Williams, .
J citizen, former 2asaie/ of custom houses were burnt sometime ago.ElsieH' ,
fair was a d Lplorable one, and it is being ill, had hip body brought to her
house and fathdr of editor D. B. I should hav thought

Cere's a lotLVETOAK McKay of the\ mpa Times, died a good thing that no loss of life re- their mlsfortu\es were great enough I I bed, and cla ptpg it, she realized the'wish ;<,
1 Y today. ; suited there! m. as it Is.-Meggiadorfer Blaetter. that they night go w etbe

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Write For Catalogue r" Make Money "i in Jacksonville Real i I



Investment Jacksonville Real Estate that will fo

Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Brooches, man and woman who can place as much as $10 a month In a real estate
Rings, Scarfpins, Cut Glass, Handpainted ing accouet. The combination at the low price made is just as sure to'{
t China, Silverware of all kinds, Teasets, a fifty to one hundred per cent profit as Jacksonville is sure to groi
Bread trays Pitchers, Knives, Forks, takes in three of the most rapidly i developing sections of Jacksonvfll

Spoon. Case Cups, Childs Cups, Flasks, "corners" the situation and makes the small investor absolutely sure,'o
Corkscrews. Decanters, Match Boxes, in the Fall combination
Thimbles and Pencils. profits. By buying three lots Special the roves

4No.. 3783, Price$685.00. save $150 on the present selling prices. The three lots [any choice from 1
in this combination, and their present selling prices follow:
J 6REENL EAF & CROSBY CO. JacksonvilleFla JJoiAelera 1
Goldamlth. and Slli/er.mlth>. Murray Hill Heights, approached by beautiful Highway -
avenue, paved, or from St. Johns drive, paved near the
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ,ESTABLISHED 36 YEARS. new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Railway -
inn > Hf mimimin. and a sub-division that is all white i and extremely $2 0.(

---- ---- popular l present selling price-.- --------.. ,- .
PROGRAM FOR SUNDAY EVENING Professors." Come out and see ii r Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and ,
you are one. Sefcts free ushen Kings road, in front of the Edward Waters College site

polite and the ospel preached. and adjacent to.more new cottages than any other sec- $3Sc

tion of Jacksonville, present selling price..........._?.........
Episcopal Church.
East Grand Park approached by beautiful Kings road
Servicesat the Episcopal church a
tomorrow kt 11:00 m. mignificent suburb, high-class, clean, strictly white and $ J.5
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. rapidly developing present selling price-..-......-.-.._. 0
All are cordially invited to attend.
Thanksgiving service at the Epis $700
copal church Thursday, November

28th. at 10:30 a. mvAdtentist ;;c We ,will sell these combina- fjmm

tions. limited number and *
C urch. 7hl' Tfc O.
until otherwise advised for -
The Evangelist .from Maine will .

conduct both service tomorrow at The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bought c4
the Advent ChrlstlaDj church. The these combinations at the phenomenally low rate of $550. and on the easy tenasrf
hours of service will be 11 a. m.. and
cash and $10 a month without interest or taxes.
7 p. m. EVangelist/JOhn M. Kelley I
has never visited oflr city before she o Only a limited number of these combinations will be sold. Therefore ACT Qllt i
will be entirely to every body. Leave the selection to us and we will give you absolutely the best choice uns'oId.gaar
It is your first chance few of hearing him teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots. We issue a straight coniract for i
and it may be }o'ur last. He is said Our titles are absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry. -f\
to be a very able man. So hear him. PLACE SAVINGS IN JACKSONVILLE DIRT. "j

Sunday school at 10 a. m. Jacksonville, the gateway to Florida, is the most rapidly growing city in all the&*
Young People's Society at 3 p. m. perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six years ago, it is today a city of orarli
Prayer mee/Ing Tuesday night. thousand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan
Every bodjj welcome to all these made up of a fine citizenry from all sections of the world. It is one of the cleanest WI
services. I jest ccost beautiful cities of its size in America. It is a city of magnificent-
I churches, schools. It is a citd with a great future. Ships from its'harbor.rec eta
Baptist Young People's Union. port of the world. Great trunk railway lines connect the four corners of the t...
Subject Missionary Meeting. I States. It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe sound, profitable reel H
Cuba." I investments. It has never had a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increase wife
Leader-P. L. Tukcer. follow natural causes. The city is growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becesfcf*
1. Song. \ centers of business and residential activities. Real estate values in the city afcwfc
Scripture reading, 69th Psalm. I creased over a million last year--the suburbs increased in a greater proportion. J t."*.

3.4. Song.Prajer. \\ LOOK US UP *}

5. General description of Cuba The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of $500,000 and assets of$BW*
Leader. I Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of tbeSw
6. Bible reading. "Our Inheritance As to our reliability and financial standing, ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE.
,"- Union. \ DEVELOPMENT COLJacksonville
7. Song. \ ; ft
8. "What BaptiVs Are Doing In N. B.-We publish on the 1st and 15th of each month THE INVENTORS' GUIDE. KJi|
Cuba'-Miss Pearl urke. I I are interested in real estate and desire to puce') your surplus savings in thesafeU*
9. Short Sketche of Cuba. I most profitable security on earth, tell us to send this paper to you a few months Fly
(1) The City of I avana- J. JJL vWtHH '{
(2) Traveling By\Hall In Cuba. .'i
(3) How a Theat r Was Turned 1 1HI 1 I l \ III > >tl>'H 1 < it-H-H-tl+++till till. If.+| | IUH ..

Into a Church. I, -
10. Talk on the lesson by Mra.
Waterbury. JUST ARRIVED:
11. Offering for Cuban Students. Spanking does not cure children ot
12. Song.Benediction. bed-wetting. There Is a constitutional -
cause for this trouble. Mrs. M.
Summers, Box W, South Bend Ind., 2 Cars Flour,
DeWUt'syfaihoILzed Witch Hazel will send free to any mother her successful I
SalveJs\A 5linJkadoothing.. Good home treatment with full In- 1 Car Meal and Grits
for\ ilesY'oW'Jiy Live Oak Drug structions. Send no money but write ,

Comp, .* nov-d her today If jour children trouble you 1 Car Carckers and Candy.
in this way Don't blame the child,
t'M-IAMNEsS DISPELLED.IVnsacola : the chances are it can't help it. This
treatment also cures adults and aged for
Katy Yards to Work Full people troubled with urine difficulties Let us have your orders
Forceis Heretofore. by day or night.
Pensacola Nod 21.-Uneasiness pies, Bananas, Oranges, Grapft-

which had prevailed here for nearly lire a klyn Hank Ht"ol.-nfC and Candies.
two weeks. that the navy department
At the Baptist Cburt'h-C'alt'b A. would send waij vessels now being re- New York KoYT21.-The Terminal I Remember the TamnaClUb
of _
'I one tne Brooklyn institu-
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paired here (
Ridley, Pastor. to northern navy yards, w---X"-
9:45 a. m.- Bible school. S. P thus throwing/hundreds of men out tions which closed its doors several They are the best. .
weeks ago reopen I for business
Mays superintendent of today -
11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the' when emplojmenwas Inform Hon reached dispelled the today city Mdre than 100 depositors were Pay us in Clearing House Cert
pastor. that in line and' $15,000 as deposited
those Vt sels now being
3:00 p| m.-Sunbeams. 'I will be completed at the repaired local- during the first hour.

6:00 p r.1.-Meeting of.B. Y. P. U. navy jard Two of the vessels, the Live Oak Brokerage & Comni
7:00 p.Vn.Preaching by the pas I Isla de Luzon tor. been assigned ChnmlKTlain's Cough Remedy. I
to state naval reserve, J
It is to be oped that all the child I the former to Louisiana and the latter We have used Chamberlain's Cough ",4 OlD A. C. l. FREIGHT DEPOT'isitin
ren and parents and young men and to New Jersey The vessels will Remedy in our home for seven )years oIJ.f
women of the congregation will beat ,be sent to those states as soon as and it has always proved to be a re- \ Merchants are Cordially in\ :.J to oak ocr
the Bible s hool Sunday morning. work now being done is completed. liable remedy. We have foud that It quarters while in the city.
lou will miss something if you are would do than -
1 A Hard l/ebt to Pay. more the manufacturers -
not there. E ery Sunday from now "I claim for it. It is
owe a debt of especially
to until Christnps will offer a surprise I never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark can good for croup and whooping cough, I P- A. WARRE
some oneDon't fail to be thereAt Hof Westfield Iowa, "for Rev James A. Lewis
ll:00/a. m., }Ir. Ridley will ,.: from death by Dr. King's my New rescue Dis I PastorIi1aca., Minn. M. E. Church.Chamberlain's Sft]
speak Cross."on The Language of the coveryBoth lungs were so serious cough Remedy is GENERAL REPAIR
rhis sermon represents : ly affected that death seemed immin sold by Barclay & Groover and all
much hard! work research and investigation .ent when 1 commenced taking New druggists. nov-w OVER 1mt.. t LION MOUSE.
and you will make
The repiiS"e
mistake bi hearing it. Follow thecrowd ing cough quit before ominous the dry first bottle hack- I:(iOfc veltVa"* Notified. ,"to' are now ready for business Furniture

awaits and jou. ome. A hearty welcome !'!'a was used and two more bottles made Goodhue\Us3.JXov. 20.-Mrs. .\. repairing, harness, shoes etc. safe, .J '
At 7:00m., the pastor will hare complete cure." Nothing has ever Rosner todayVbeclme the mother of For any kind of novelty u'01 ... uch as oak ice
something 16 say of Beaumount equaled New Discovery for coughs, the sixth pair oKfwins since 189S. wardrobes, writing desks, book a:H! show cases, pj1:. t
Texas and the First Baptist church 'colds plaints.and all throat and lung com She is now the nioCier of twentj-fhe erators, center or dining tables rrade to orderdaJI

o: which he vi /ted last week. The subject Groover Guaranteed. by Barclay & children. f \ made to order. We will varnish. paint or do
SOc and President to
for th evening will be $1 00 R09sevel \.was at once We mean
"False Trial bottle. free. niture. pianos, organs and maiitl
I I nov-dw notified by the 1
J proud father.
r'a I Give us a trial. Charges rea iaMe



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i rh Think what It means
That Is what we are.
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: f Our reason Is because ,In
the "Oar Family" line of
: t' "Star Brand Shoes" we
i s have a shoe for every
: j,
; member of every ,family.
t t -
to hare all your family
-.; \ i. shod economically In

r.! well-fitting and serviceWOMAN ;

( giving shoes."Our .
j r Family" Shoes

.Ji s By universal testimony Red Rock AS w AKD are made by experts factories in

Fil11l W l L I i4 UW big specialty
r Fruit Punch has been awarded nADEuI3tLOU13lf3Y( ) from the best box calf

the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and' JOIN3oNAis( : leather that can be
bought for the money.
8lu5H all socIal functions, and should be prepared in accordance

a with following: The Men's and Boy's are Goodyear welts which means that

FORMULA the soles are flexible and that there are no tacks, wax or

(Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) threads inside to hurt, burn and blister the feet. Being rein

8 ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE forced under the instep with a brass clinched fastening they



Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar, YOUTHS $_.00 LITTLE GIRLS' $1.73.

allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the On account of the Women's Misses and Children's shoes

pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add having a meta clinch sole retainer, the soles can't pull apart.

the four quarts of Red Rock.
$(.:50, CHILDREN, 8}$, 11 H, 1.83. .; 5 and 8., 110.

The Star on the heel and the name "OUR FAMILY" on the
% .,
sole of each shoe is aguarantee that they are honestly con

MVTICK APPLICATION FOKCH structed and full of satisfaction.To .

I \KTKU. see the mis to like them. Come see them.
une 5400f fs fn
y UhJCompar/ Notice is hereby given that the
= | undersigned incorporators will, after DOWLING LUMBER CO.
four weeks publication of this notice

apply to Honorable N D, Broward, . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Governor of the state of Florida, for
the issue of Letters Patent incorporating -

them as a body corporate under m" ''' ''' ''' '' P' "
@ mJ"IiJ' the corporate name of Brown-Thoma-
son Drug Company, with the follow I

? .fr3 ing this proposed notice charter: hereto attachedto NEW% MARKET AND GROCERY,

\\. H. JONES, .
StY' V. GRANBURG, [ Hingson's Old Stand]
t ?A (*>py of Charter. Fresh meats, both Western and Florida.
1tt Article 1. The name of this cor- and Groceries. Fruits and
poration shall be Brown-Thomason Fancy Family VegetablesA

Drug Company, with its place of busi- SPECIALTY.
ness in the city of Live Oak, Florida,
together with such other branch offices Terms Cash.
in said State or United States
as may be determined upon by the dl' : Ii Ii: I: P II: II 111111I'1' ; "'" ''I'' )' ; illllllllHIII

Particular people whose pride and name and Board. of Directors of said corporation -

Article 2. The general nature of
pride in product goes into their stationery have the business or businesses to be transacted '
by said corporation shall be a 7 74y -
of for
preferred Coupon Bond irrespective price general retail drug business, Includ-
ing the buying and selling for profitof
over fifteen years. all drugs, chemicals, toilet articles,
and each and other goods,
1 Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care wares and merchandise every usually car- 1

ful methods that make for firmness and perminance are ried in a business of like character
", '""r Q i* Its beautiful to maintain and operate for profit a 1
-: } still used in making nOfSfS wholesale drug business Includingthe I

I color and texture, its remarkable toughness and erac- manufacture of drugs and chemi-
cals, and all other articles incident to ...
:f. ing qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but the de said business; to maintain and oper- The ,'apt u".'i ':- ::"

11 luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspond- ate for profit a retail and wholesale I
read mercantile establishment engaging U Gasoline Et Jjne.
Write letters that they will compel a '
ence. so
s your therein in the buying, manufacturing'and cost
'-: ing-write them on sale of all classes of commodities yi Wilt furnish rover nt'a trilling; for
incident to said business; to buy k'r' etery purjiosr. 9 rnj*:nrcr rluirt'd..t'fy a4r
( own. rent or otherwise use and dispose farmer can utilize TIle "Charter" in a dozen
tGZft[Q)? of real estate, houses and lots wivs.e! hale them in am horse power
@ @ Dp@W( )
i" and timber lands; to enjoy all thQ d We are the largest dealers in Honda, and
benefits. privileges, rights and franchises can supply' jour wants at a saving to you.We .
k to strengthen their app3al: and to refl ect the standing guaranteed by the laws of the alv sell Marine Engines; Motor Boat
State of Florida In the conduct of Supplies; Pipes; Fittings, etc.
; r of your house VJEUV( E I&J costs the aforesaid business Write for beautiful, illustrated catalog

l no more than } : other Article 3, The amount of the \ Nag
good bond papers-but no other bond poper will serve capital stock of said corporation shallbe =
'J Ten Thousand Dollars ( $10,000),
you as = ENGINE
consisting of one hundred shares,
Co. which said shares shall be of par AND SUPPLY CO.
'i :/ I The coUPoBOND beuk thowmff j I American Writing Paper value of one hundred dollars ($100)
WKNU weight.-fini.hoaandrnlor.- TAMPA FLA
I and bow finely the paper prints ,ill I t* | Manufacturers of the Commercial per share, and said capital stock may
I I lent you with the name of a local printer j rffet be paid for in cash merchandise,
or stationer who can supply you-If Paper in the \Vorld.ti .
' ; labor and services, all of which shall
will write let I Iterhead.
y you us on your business I
' j i : | 29 Mi s. HOLYOKE, MASS.rrTIHti be approved in value by the Board of
! 0 Directors; said capital stock may be
Increased in the discretion of said the undersigned incorporators, to- IISSIXG1 KIINTCCKIAN WANT
{.'" corporation In the sum of Twentyfive wit: C. S. Brown F. E. Thomason,
Thousand Dollars ($25,000), ten \V L. Ulmer, V. Granberg and \V, H, Suspected of Being in Florida-H
per cent of which said capital stock Jones shall compose the Board of Mother 111 and Needs Hire
I. shall be paid in to said Company be- Directors.
fore the issuance of Letters Patent. Article 6. The highest amount of (Times-Union.)
Article 4. The term for which indebtedness or liability to which the If Horace C. Herndon is In th
!af. corporation can at any time subject city he is requested to call
this corporation is to exist shall be at poll
t SUNSHINE of the Sunny: South ninety-nine jears Itself shall be twice the amount of its headquarters, where lnformatlo
.. capital stock at said time actually
1 I lives in bottled Coca-Cola. This great Article 5. The regular annual paid in to said corporation awaits him.Yesterday. i
meeting of the stockholders of said
x American drink has now become a corporation shall be held in the officeof Article 7. The names and resi- Chief Vlnzant reedy
Invaluable instra1ghteningoutdomestictrial3 dences of the subscribers to the stock a pathetic letter from
household necessity. the Company In Live Oak Florida, relatives
of said corporation Is as follows:
and the tribulations on Tuesday after the first Monday in I the man asking that a thorou
C. S. Brown, Lire Oak, Florida,
January of each year, at which time search of the city be made
to and t
of housekeeping. From grandson said stockholders shall elect a Boardof twenty shares
along-feltwant and offers Directors and attend to such other F E. Thomason, Live Oak Florida, man located if It was possible, Tletter
grandfather, it fills matters as shall properly come before twenty shares, stated that his mother w
just the invigoration needed for spring indispositions i said stockholders in meeting assembled \V II. Jones, Orange Bead, Florida very ill at Hopkinsvllle. Ky., al!

and over-taxed nerves. It helps to ; and the Board of Directors twenty shares was anxious to see her boy, who h|

Problem. elected by said stockholders at said \'. Granberg, Live Oak, Florid, left home some time ago. j '
solve the "Servant time as soon thereafter as practical,
I Cooks Happy shall elect a President, a Vice-Presi- twenty shares. The letter stated that the you?, '
Bottled Coca-Cola Keep Even \V L. Ulmer Live Oak, Florida,
dent and a Secretary and Treasurer, man formerly resided with his pis
the last of which two offices 'may be twenty shares eats in Montgomery, but later mf

held by one and the same person, and State of Florida, ed to Kentucky, He left his KP '1
; ; at such first annual meeting the County of Suwannee home *
Board of Directors elected as afore- Before me this day personallycame rocky some time ago and 1
; said, shall adopt by-laws for the government C. S. Brown, F. E. Thomaion, not been heard of since, although!*
of the affairs of said cor- W. I.. Ulmer. W. 11. Jones and V. Is suspected of being here. Any L '*)]
and until and before said I Granberg, to me well known who on
poration knowing the whereabouts ueB
live Oak Bottling Works Sole Agents. first annual meeting, the business or oath deposes and says that they signed man will confer of
I a favor
the foregoing i
businesses of said corporation shallbe and acknowledged upon i
l -, conducted by a President, a Vice, proposed charter for the uses and i anxious relatives by noticing
A Difference. I One nice thing about having a woman President and a Secretary and treas-I purposes therein set forth. I police at this place.A .ri
r in the house Is that you can urer and until said meeting In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto #
Tessle-I suppose )'OU1Ion't marry In Live Oak Fla., shall be President "
Brown -
what is going on
on i man
November ca*
keep posted set hand and seal this beawful toj
In mile my nice
you find the one girl ; F E. Thomason, of Live Oak,
; liao. the neighborhood. Fla. shall be Vice-President, andY*I l' 14. 1907 wife when he s afraid she i, J

.' o; with a million.-Austin Some day the silver chord will L. Ulmer, Live Oak. Fla. shall be B. W. HELVENSTON, to ask hlmyboX omethlng he'
8tat man break. Secretary and Treasurer; and all of Notary Public. done. ..

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} 'PROTECT THE PENSION FUND. and marks one unfit for!any high '---t-f-f-S: $-f $
position. lyhall conduct ra absolutely
The Jacksonville Metropolis hits
clean campaign, free from all personalities
l Published every Afternooa straight from the shoulder in the
1 ,,for If I am not big enough Confidence
Except Sunday following and no man who wants t
i. to reach thei gubernatorial chair
the Florida pension roll to be a roll
without tearin\ dowXmy opponents,
f CHAS. W. IRVIN Editor and :.1"1"r. of honor will hesitate to endorse DuWi
I am not big enousH for the position.
r I' it. Frauds and impostors have no Begets enthusiasm, which accounts forT
The same spirit jsw.\ prompts a can i
Cniered!: at the rostofflee. Lire Oak. : business on that rolland a movement didate to tear dawmthe reputation of the ardor with which we are pushing

Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter should be inaugurated in every coun-
his iniflts\lni for office
November 7. 1905. ty in the State to spot such fellows opponent
that require the exercise of con
The First National
and send the evidence to Tallahassee Bai
: that structive abifities. He will tear down +
THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING CQHPAHY. will expose them and prevent
his if such a Course tends
them from longer robbing the taxpayers \
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be and sharing a fund in which to his personal advancement, He will Every safeguard i is thrown around National Bang.

mailed to any part of the United they have neither legal nor moral destroy, instead of up-bulldinj." f They are frequently inspected by agents of tbe'C I

t State, pastage prepaid for $5.00 New
right. The Metropolis says: troller of Currency, !and are 'called on to '
per year; $2.50) for six months; Miss Clem Hampton, sot well and .
"If the reports are true that a num- statements to him five times each
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents favorably known all over/Florlda in sworn year, het ,

for fire weeks, in advance. Delivered ber of men are drawing pensions as connection with educational.. matters, they are under the direct supervision of the Natio.-=

) to any part of the city by Confederate soldiers who are not entitled has bee appointed y President Government, and its the staongest on earth '
carrier for 10 cents per week. to receive such aid they shouldbe tal 1
Brown Vs superintendent of the
exposed and prosecuted for per- 1 Safest Banking .
educational department of the com- ,
The ara\rolling by From jury and obtaining money under false
cloudy ing State frat Ta/ pl. The Tampa St Best Methods, -f
all quarters code the indications that pretenses. Th\y swear to their statements For
Tribune Up-to-date Service
the strainNjiAhe financial world is on pension blanks and obtain say I for i .
"A better Selection could not have Liberal Treatment. -
relaxing ai TUhat normal conditions the pension money falsely. The ;_ ie.Yrs.
been made th/re is abler i r
as no
pore Conservative *
of Veterans and Methods.
are not fa/awVr. The main thing is camps Confederate I widely known Xr more energetic : Ito

for us an to gee over our "skeer" Daughters of the onfederacy' of educator in FJorioa# than Miss Hampton -I Always use the National Banks. : ty tod
faith and confidence in Florida could do mucn In Ending out I IT ; I
and resume
who is raowlk the othe1banking
throughout in-l1
/ in numbers than all
each other.The and exposing these 1m tora. It is State as "Alias ClemV Superintendent j I pered greater

said some of them naW been bene- stitutlons.Watch thiYhel
Uollowa/Is also t king great interest -
Ohio Jeagua'of Republican ficiaries of thl3\sfttad'flr years. It in education department | us grow, our profits are now as large as !:
is crime the ICTS, swindleof .
a again a
clubs has endorsed Foraker for of the fair/which will Ife conductedwith our capital .was at our beginning.
the true and b ave -soldiers and 17. t
President, butytnat lacks a vast deal even creater success han, heretofore t
ot being the/end cement of the a disgrace to any pan Iv ho thus connives II /bas already begirn a cam-
I to secure a partfof a fund set NATIONAL Lccity
Republican State coiH ntlon. When paign fort securing educational exhibits ;
heNan aside as a reward!of thonor and to
Foraker gets that begin to ,
and is rearranging the educational
i take himself seriously as a candidate.He sustain the agebwfeeile and poor. premium list. A feature of I
Let those who know of such Imposi- I .1.1iH
won't get It; Mr. Taft spoke first.If the educational work will be public Oak, Florida. T
tion come forward and make the y yep
orations by representatives of the F
same known or notify the State
you can't sleep at night, try this various high schools of the State."
Board of Pensions at Tallahassee *o -$-$-$-$-$-$-$- + $- -$-$- -j For '
remedy suggested by the Tampa
the proper authorities can proceed to
Times: \ f k A Vermont visitor to Jacksonville, I
prosecute such Impostors and protectthe
"Draw ymir knee up; lie on your true veterans and the funds writing to the Metropolis of that city, I VISIT THE FOPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT

back, stralgolen ojn the knees, draw makes an excellent aid timely
against such Imposition. It is a alF
k a few long Dreafns and hold them gestlon which we want to,'strongly
sacred duty devolving upon every man DOWLINQ
I ;
as long as yotufcan, shuffle your pillow commend to the citizens of. Live Oak PARK 1N
and woman in Florida to protect the
under the small of your back'and and to our city authorities. We are I
worthy from the unworthy. The man
1 repeat Ipe knVe increment and opposed to whitewash for moral
who proved recreant to the cause of
I Inflations, /ten rep ce your pillow, poses but very much in favor of its ,
the South during the Civil War has ,
close you/eyes and drop off. If this no right whatever to the pension copious roe to improve the physical I Mineral Springs, Hotel and Cottages J

does nojfbring sleep, g\t up and begin aspect of \ town and make us alii!
fund and.they know they have not,
th /next day's work. The trouble more cheerful in consequence We j HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. ftUNNMQ
yet they receive it regularly"Here I WATER IN EVERY ROOM. s tK
i with you is that you are sleeping too I could use it to gr/at advantage In j BILLIARD TABLES TELEGRAPH
r much and need more activity many parts of tJvl Oak, and a coatI j
ing of It on the"Trunks of the trees : :
hard political campaign ahead of us, GULF CONNECTION AT LIVE OAK WITH AU mm C
( At the convention of Southern which line our s. 'gets would not onlvi bn"J
with anj army of candidates soon to I
1 t Commissioners of Agriculture just destroy the insictbut wonderfully I ADDRESS PORK HOTEL DOLLING FflRK. FLORIDn.
take theremains field to solicit our votes It LIVE OAK
adjeurned at. Columbl /South Carolina help out the cheerful, cleanly looks I e
largelz'with the
cry press
k after tareful comparisons and I Il of the street/ and(yards. Here is. '"i 't t
of the s ate to say if it is to be a 1 "
l estimates from all vailable sources clean ca paign conducted on decent what "Vermonter" iays: i 41 I 1 M I HI t H"> I ii I"I i 1-1 iim' HI M I I 11 11 I 111 I 11 111111

\ it was conclifdedr that the Southern "Wh is there so little whitewash !I
intelligent lines that will clearly
E \ cotton crop fojf the present year bring out the issues and the relative I used here ..n fences trees and outhouses .! 1907 THE \\1907 t n1D

would total /1 fd 12.829 bales as Whitewash it a promoter of I[ -
merits oflcandldafes, or if it is to be
against 13&9,73i\bales last year. health destructive to insects and a |I
a dog light, full of bitter PharmacyI'
Florida ij credited \Kih only 45,000 great Improvement to premises.! In oe

I bales if these figure are right fir personalities, eliminations and re- my New! England hom' everything 'c+ t ... ;1
criminatlois, aspersion of motives
i even nearly right then\there must dlsparagen nt of characters and a that wilt take such white coat re- 'I' I FLORIDA.I .
!be soAe artificial interfe nee with and the country is one of 1
studied appeal fo that which is low- beautiful
the law of supply and demand to whiteness, instead of the .
t est and moi primitive in human nature The .
keep the price down where itis now. or thatwfclch Is highest and dark, dingy and neglected appearance i Prescription Drug Store. \ '

.1 see in the South. Whitewash is '(. 1
i best. And t\t press will to a con-
Jeff. Browne says that we can get cheap and easily applied" i I I II "'"
siderable exte I
t take its cue from the I
State prohibition by a short cut without candidates thlfcselves in this respect Its ;.

I waiting for a/ constitutional and a good example in the latter la Beautiful Line E '$ a
amendmedt. Put the State*license Vood I I
sure to havf a effect upon the ( Itmakexnodif.fewnre
/ It makes no difference
r for each saloon at 100.000 annually ,
former. Jejf. Browne, candidate for hamf-painted China suitable I \\hoMe ,""
the thin done. That is not New phase
t' and Iy Governor A cle jn and honorable for wedding and Christmas pres- !!t blank -onrdo(. ; ft
; the straightfora rd, clear-cut way to blankvonrdoctorwriteryonr -
f gentleman who iAa credit to the .
f onfront a grant issue and beat the jof state ents. !:I: ;! I tor u rites your :
citizenship the I II .
touched Skirts. chilnden's ooats, hats, | prescription I 1
t 1 ;base on its mritPut the question and on this mint in his De- :t: n preM-ription on .
And laces specialty. :
\ ; !Squarely to /he p c5le and let eacht' wisely! I dress goods a + ecanfillthem-. I' iveeanfillthemcorrectly "
ech \
i the her day as follows Standard patterns, fashion .
[oter register his wlU. Get prohl bitt ; i (Ytrrtrtlr.RIP ,
: sheets given away each month. ,
i ton in th/ impose and it will "But If talking abdbt one's self is Ladies' and children's under- :t i -- "

f. ; tay ther To prohibitory disagreeable talking about one's opponents 'I wear. New line corsets. i II ,,
/oks like conced\ng that the I j
i cense
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undignified belittling.
I ;. Mske!traffic has a good case whiche I MRS. C W. BACHE. Prop.r(14 tI

don't dare to meet in a fair fight -- tj
I d it must be defeated by, a trick. ii in 11111 in 11111111111111 1111 n n n i i"i''*** it.i J Where You Get Your Prescriptions Correctly filled at j

t I.Ii I.. [Reasonable Prices. !\

1 : Hon. Jeff. Browne candidate for i:: Clearing HouseCERTIFICATES + line let of us fresh fin your and liable pn>Kriptionlland Roods Bring seD your 011 drug store rticles.. We carry a complete
+ your prwcnptionst. t.flit We nil them correct17 -
i governor, has been charged/Vith de- + at lowest Pricea. hone us your order Prompt and reliable attention.

ring for State prohibition merely T HONE l'io. Zt&O *

f |r ; 1 effect and as the first coon I "
The Crescent I
the on that plaUorm, to cor- Ii I Pharmacy, x'l

1 the prohlbitiop vote in his own
? half. Its fair to g'/'e Mr. Browne ':I: + i LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. : .
benefit bf what me says on that :I: -
P. S.-Use "f(etcher's 66" for Chills and Fever. : :
No Cure, No Pay
Jnt in ans 'er to I s critics. In hi* We wish to friends 1 :
to announce our cus- i iI
?iFuniak sp ech Thursday, he said: S 1111 J.I HI t : :1
[f'l favor prohibiting the sale of in- i; : tomers and to the public in general, that we I iim ..

!:. 1 Ucating liqiy>r in the staje of ,I will be glad to accept I ----.

rlda. Rlgh ere let me state that

.1 i.}ise Id not for poUt esp se 1 advantage.the prohibition I knew I LIVE OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATIONCERTIFICATES i : PARTY TICKETS! :.. .,1

i it it would s* for me the support I 11t '

r ,many m WBO were my warm 4.. :Live Oak to DovtGng Park on sale daily

porter, iithoik the assurance oft I a: at rate of 50 cents round +t .. I
corres ndlng gain. Xor did I : : at their full face value on purchases of any trip With 41i. .

'It to gal on the\ "band wagon" : and in settlement of i'f i'-i-ff I I It.! 1444 I I Minimum of ten fares. Call on .u rt11"\ .}TJtiket -

i h othe/ candidat for I was the ; ; goods at our store. any < < 111 .I MMl"l"IH"ll"H.H Agent Phone 152 for I I I%fll'I to""
to declare for prohibition, My |f j account. In fact, we are anxious to receive :1 I: {I I t
t lition is the result of an abiding

', viction. that any c\y or state is 11: : them. 1 1II =--

er off morally, financially and : mC JCs : . y000ra,*"rii..Ei.Sb>>4y8

itically if intoxicating; liquors are I I SELL
\sold therein. This declaration II t Suwannee Hardware Company NOTHING EXCEPT'i

I\ lose for. me the governorship, Health and Accident Insurance.

1 it does, let it go. The go>ern-
FLORI.DA.t : Quarterly or Monthly
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I ip:iousness lasts only of right four years and duty but well the + LIVE OAK, I'i PITTS & McEWEN, General Agents, LIVE OAK, FLA.

P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in tf
irmed will go with me through I North Florida. .

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D nng" 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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of Live Oak and Su- Locals And Personals THE I

knee County Gathered SANITOLADVfRnslNG
by the Reporter. -- THEY COME AND THEY GO. '. AND OFFER IN THE
t" is the place to buy
i uA ;t .. ? I your weddingand
I holiday presents A if HOHE OW3N1ON a'
'T jytbing electrical, see J. C.1S61. Walter Murd\k, of Wellborn is' 9 1 I.t new and beautiful it SATURDAY i EVENING POST
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s; pending the daySn the city. for COLLIER'S, DCUNCaTOR &C.
_, oaleWe 'I J line of gift- giving i
Gibbs o e' Fla., l8 In the Miss Laura Chliadler,of Valdosta. I :t goods are npw being -

tsd1y ,s ing. C a., is visiting MBS Pauline Adams. opened. Every 10 SANITOL PRODUCTS $1.00

\ offer at a bargain, thing suitable for a
X.VessoV/eturned; from Madit Walter RobWon, of Platt Station handsome present.
inornl Is in town today room cottage with Prices Fill in one of the coupons from
modern are reasona- above Journals with our name as i;
'.\ conveniences, on ble, and quality is Druggist mail it to the SANITOL
t yon have electrical troubles, Miss Helen Conway went to Perry south Ohio avenue. Most LABORATORY with .One Dollar. .
.,c.Jle. Phone 83. 18-6t his morning to*,visit her sister who guaranteed. Pleasedo They will send you an order on .
desirable residence Cs for the ten ,
Is Ill. sectionof me the favor of products. (Retail
C.. : 1 Rossburg was in the city. If you are getting my prices be value $2.70.)

'WI ng on business. L. C. Young of Luraville brought contemplating purchasinga fore you make an ---r.-
,g :In a fine load of turkeys this morn- orer.IJ.D.RADFORD. .
home in Live Oak
.:R W. "Wrren returned from Ing. come SuwanneeDrug .

*A: up to our office and let
'it Hiss Clara Hal ,and Master Edwards show this -: :-
= us you place.
tits,best,electric lamps made, went to Pinerove this morn- Company
'J.11e. Phone 83. 18-6t Ing. '

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oodw ent to Tallahassee A Cameron. /Peacock, is among co. i :: ::'; I 11111; 'I II "111111 :lJI

tit to vm his family the business visitors in the city today LIVE
/ \. _
fe MeC/nnWf Clear Water Is WHEN IN NEEDof .
LewinEDWARDSREallY Hlllll HI HIM 11 HH 1 .
t of the wle! today. C. R. Jordan Dowling Park is Building, Room 3.,

-"- in the city lookup after business In-
s Phone No. 44. Cucumbers Jby the Car Load.
d wanted for two. Private terests. / .nice Books,: Bi- f
I preferred Write Box 414. tf
Mrs (Broomville Argus) bles, Stationery Pictures / I
ra > W. V. Gof and son, of Pine Rev. Howard f>utU went to Branford -
LViTramWll. of Tallahassee, la Mount are In Ifce city shopping to- this morniog\where he will remain Rherland a rural community o f Musical Instruments i i

at .Ethel today. day. / until MondayA He will hold thrifty and industrious truck farmers Picture ''f

? services there tomoitow, and organ situated in \he southeastern part '
L Cook oajwe a business trip to Leslie Crawfor /iade a business ize an Epworth League. of Hernando county, is now shipping Frames, Wall Paper .

'nit this/ ruing. trip to Branford ;{d O'Brien this cucumbers by wo car loads a day School Books, '=''
morning. 7'" lion. WorthV Trammell. State \Ve are told b} 1lessrs. T. O Slaughter School] and Office .
i Union Pressing Club, nea t DrugXlBepector Gay Keim>, Robbins and others!.
Food and of Tallahassee -
OB iltort notice. Phone 2 2 2 dt[ A. L. Dranne ,/ of Rossburg is wa dn tie city today on of of that little ;iliage that the cucumber Supplies, etc. t.

among the btisifl ess visitors in the ficial business I\e crop has been phenomlnally good
/ made the Democrat -
Beeline and'mirrors at Llv e< city today. I' this season \nd prices have been t # !
a Very pleasant visit while here. GALLONflfl. I
Drei Co? 1 satisfactory \'e are told that probably -

.1 TJ Miss Clara :Mclntoslv-}.- returned to not less Chan $3.000 net wit a
L DeBe of Houston, is a her home in LuravilW! after a few D A. Dunaway. Miss Daisy Mc- be realized from this vegetable alone
x: r ik the city otday. days' visit with Mrs/ :; P. Groover. Clenny Miss Blanche Wolfe G G this season. verland is a prosperous [A K & NFW8 GO. a ) i i!
t Mays and Lolac ,Parnell formed a little community, where everybody ,
. t \ jolly cane grinding party last night,
12 n of anything In thee Miss Evelyn Blake and Miss Sue has plenty to eat and wear -
" taking in the <*fne grinding at \V C.Devan's .
p o. 179. Live Oak Hemming left forVladlson, last nightto something to spare and a little money
r 20-1 visit Miss Ethel. Rowe for a few They report a most enjoy left to spend. if Hernando county C C COOK Manager i : a,.
able trip anA a fine time at Ir.Bevan's. i had .
.. I days. I fifty communities like Riverland, and Owner i
1 } Toner, ft Fenholloway, fa I this county would blossom like the ;

'1 at t thel today. Quite a crowd/"of young folks, rose. ..
.rl ? chaperoned by Ars. Lawler and Mrs Auctioneering of all and everything UH. 1}. S. HOWELL,

1.J Peacock, Is in the Conner took ,in'a cane grinding at at the Auction House of R W KODOL Is offered on a .
.Ji oday.i Mr., Hurst's last night Price & Co., every Saturday. If you plan for the relief of heart guarante burn) Optician. 1 f ft
want it, we have it, and at your own
. flatulence, sour stomach, belching o The refractive defects of the eye +
*ne of\Jafties' Oxfords and R. K. Caus eaux passed through price provided it Is better than the
I gas nausea and all stomach troubles and and the manufacture of lenses a t
f doe Mast elved at S. Jj. yesterday witlrfhls household good;, I other fellows'. Come around every It digests what you eat. ]It specialty.
: ore 123Bib t en route to/Alton, where he wit Saturday and see.
will make you healthy. Sold by Live e Office at Barclay & mover Drug :
,t; I make his future' home. d16t R W. PRICE &. C 0. :I Oak Drug Co. nov< Store. dwBuy
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.r Your Thanksgiving Linen Now 1
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hole ere from the Pine I ... .

"t,;; this afternoon. (i I AT THE LADIES' EMPORIUM. :\" .phar-nov*

s sham, of Savannah

isl 1 bare electrical troubles, SELECT THEM NOW. TOWELS AT REDUCED pinion
IjI4 dll PRICES/
;1 calls answere d f

done 83. J. C. Lyle. 18-Ct It isn't a bit too early, especially when worthy linens like Ten dozen J2 1-2 cent towels at 9 cents. T wenty- .

these can be had at such unusually low prices. Those five cent to thirty-five cent linen and both towels at 19c. -

r 7 of Houston, is a who know our linen bargains of the past will be the first .-_ \

q 4ke city today. I to profit by this opportunity. SHEETS AND PILLOW ;CASES. ,

: entice. of LuraJjsaopping $J.50 grade pure Irish linen table damask $1.35. :;..25 81x90 best quality sheets at 89c. iO quarter sheeting, '

s" today. quality reduced to 98 cents. $1.00 grade marked dowi. best grade 33c. per yard. ,lOqu?ter. unbleached sheetn

t om north of town, to 85 cents. Mercerized table damask worth 60 cents 'Ir'g 25c. per yard. 45x36 best pillow cases J5c. Hem-

reduced to 48 cents. All linen napkins reduced about 20 istd pillow cases 25c. Ii l\

; cent. Prices from $1.25 to $3.75 a dozen; values up ,
per ----- -------
1 ;ef Peacock, Is in 500. LACE CURTAINS AND SPREADSMill
eaa today. Bi

ends of Irish linen table damask, two to four yards Are underprieed.. We will not quote prices. See the
ot Cypress Lake, Ist lengths worth a dollar per yard at 60 cents. display tables. Ii'II is
s Creekmore today.Lb .
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$s y here from Bran Every Display Table will Contain Special Values for the Ladies. I, i>QI dI

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4 1;y+-' ',rity York rm today.of is Tefl th ;jl I THE LADIES EMPORWNL_ L. ,,S., _PROPRk.HA :b tr t .

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.: i-' LIVE. .OAK' '. .D.\ILY. .,DE31OCIar..s.\TURDAY'lronl\mE. -. t 2.1. 1001. __ r i. +c a r -

UVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT ;"PROTECT The Jacksonville THE PENSION Metropolis FUND.hits and position.marks iVihall one. -conduct unfit, forJLany sa' absolutely high ::;:!:;, i"'A i! -.::: :: :

k Published every 'Afternoda straight from the clean campaign, free ffoxn all personalities t
shoulder In the
. t', Except Sunday. following and no man who wants ,,foV If I am not big enough Conficlen e" J' :

to theV chair
the Florida pension roll to be a roll guberratorlal ;

CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and !rl'Z'r. of honor, will hesitate to endprse without tssarin Aovyrmy opponents, T w.
It., I am not big enougn for the position. ..
Frauds and Impostors have no enthusiasmvhfch .
Begets accounts f .
The iSat rr : :
same spirit prompts a can ,'-
: Entered at the rosiofflce. Lire Oak business on that roll,and a movement Y<
'i didate to tear d wothe reputation of t} the ardor with which we are pg ,
as Second Class Mall Mat- should be inaugurated In every coun- '
ter. N9Tember: 7. 1905. in the State his opponent, jSnfits\lm for an office .
ty to spot such fellows
and send the evidence to Tallahassee that require ?the electee of con The First National i r 7"

r-. THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COIPAIY. that will expose them and prevent structive abilities. HeVdll tear down ; .
his opponent If such a tends -
pourae '
from longer robbing the tax- .
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be payers and sharing a fund In which to his personal advancement He will Every safeguard I thrownm'OUDd Natiu i. -- j
mailed to any part of the United destroy, Instead of up-buildl '' f .
1 States pastage prepaid for $5.00 they have neither legal nor moral They are frequently inspected by agents ,,; f.: ; : '

per year; $%.5() for six months; right. The Metropolis says Miss Clem Hampton so well and trolfer of Currency and are call each t .;- P
"If the
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents reports are true that a number favorably known all OVejtlorlda In sworn statements to him five times r

for five weeks In advance. Delivered Confederate of men are soldiers drawing who pensions not as connection withy educational matters i they are under the direct supervisor nf P'' -: -:,.
are -
to any part of the city by entitled $
k carrier for 10 cents per week. to receive such aid they shouldbe has bee .appointed fj President i: al Government, and its the staongeat,wf_ ... _:" -.- ,

exposed and prosecuted for perjury Brown as superintendent of the 'c_.',..
educaftonaj !( or Safest Baiii ; '
department of the
The c udear ,rolling by: From and obtaining money under false com :
all quarters come the Indications that pretenses. They swear to their state ing State fiir at TaiSpa. The Tampa or Best Methods, .;

the strain\! /the financial world Is ments on pension blanks and obtain Tribune say*: / f or Up-to-date Sfxrviee, ft"
"A better ftelecnon could not have I. p.
an/uhat the pension falsely. The Liberal Treatment '
relaxing normal conditions money or '-.c : .
been made, as V-/re is no abler, r ... '
of Confederate more '
are not fa/aw\ The main thing Is camps Veterans and or Conservative Method*. .
for us an to gL over our "skeer" Daughters: Of the onfederacv- of widely known ff'more'energetic .

and resume faith "and confidence In Florida could do muctt In.Ending out educator In Fjqflda than Miss Hampton I Always use the National Bank;.,P- ,h ."

each other. and exposing these 1m /tors. It it who Is mown ClemV, throughout the pered in greater numbers than all opt hxr\ : :
said bar/ State as "Mia Superintendent :
some of them been bene- stitutions.Watch .
ficiaries of thlsvftH>d<' /r It Uollowa/is also toeing great interest > r-__ .
Ohio fteagua/of years. r.:1
The Republican ; : ;;;:
clubs has endorsed Foraker for is a crime again the ICTVS, a swindleof In educational department us grow, our profits are now a* 'f 't"_ :t;,
of the fair/which will We conducted our capital was at our beginning. .
the <
President, but/nat lacks a vast deal true.. and anyYnanfvho b avesoldiers and with even Greater success\han heretofore ,, .,.:, _<: : fi
of being the/end sement of the a disgrace thus connives -
to seed e a partiof a fund set Helhas already begirb a cam -
Republican State co entfon. When fIRSTNATIONAt
aside paign forj securing educational exhibits i _.
Foraker ge/s that he\an begin to as a reward of honor and to
and Is the
sustain rearranging Aducatlonal -
take himself seriously as a candidate.He the age<5> feeble and poor.
won't get It; Mr. Taft spoke first Let those who know of such Imposi- list A featur\ of '
tion come forward and make the the educational work will be public t Live Oak Florid:!

same known or notify the State. orations by representatives if the i I Itt
If you can't sleep at night, try this I _
various high schools of
the State.
Board of Pensions at Tallahassee ;
remedy suggested by the Tampa so i -+-4 H j&WJ .
the proper authorities can proceed to
Times: A Vermont visitor to Jacksonville ,
\ ,
"Draw y iur knee up, lie on your prosecute such impostors and protect -;- -:,,_. E '1fJ1'C l WIt.
writing to the
Metropolis of
back, strata en o the knees, draw against the true such veterans imposition.and the It funds is a makes an excellent arul timely that city suggestion t >-, VISIT. -'THE. '.. ..POPULAR.....- ..,...l..HEALTH..-... trOWLINQ.:'ANJ"F''U" v rr r II : .., fI..
few and hold them
a long e s
sacred duty devolving upon every man which we want ,,, .,'
as long as ;yo an, shuffle your pillow commend to the citizens tOJstrongJr// PA Jt.
and woman In Florida to protect the
under t all of your back'movement and to i : '
: our city author1tIf. We are ) : :
and repeat a kn a and worthy from the unworthy. The man I -' = ;
opposed to whitewash I
lot moral
who proved recreant to the cause of purposes "wu Dews UPOM THt SI".U1l'. .
pillow ''
f en rep ce your \ut
much la favor of
Incations the South during the Civil War has very Its
t 'eyes and d >p off. If this copious of e to 1m the Mineral '
no right whatever to the pension pro\ physical j Springs, Hotel and".C ;
noy bring sleep, g up and be- aspect of\ town ana make us all r
fund and-they Know have
they not
gin th /next day's work. The troubledoes more cheerful in I HOT ANOCOlOBATHStJNSURPAIMo. _.
yet they receive It regularly." consequence QOOOTAfiLE ""=
with you Is that you are Bleeping too I could use It to gr/at advantage In WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BfLLAlmTAIh.IS. Tk..E'i- ., ,,' ,: Y'

-1 much rand need more activity." Here in Florida we have a long many parts of Edv/ Oak. and a coat- I F'HONECONNECT1ONS. WELL BCHJtPPCO'STA8UES.: Jt1.., ;YFfi'f",,:':': ...> ",,_ ...._'*s.*
''Mtltft I" -
hard political campaign ahead of us, Ing of It on the runks of the trees I.RATES REASONABLE &G'J I: (',.. .r' "
( At the convention of Southern with an army of candidates soon to which line our streets would not only ----- .

Commissioners of Agriculture' just take theremains field to solicit our votes. U destroy the InsfctV but wonderfully I DDRESS PORK HOTEL> DOWMMG Pf\RKt ftf' ih... ,.,-,". '
adjeurned at Col umbiaf South Caroling :
: :
very largeJ/ with the press help out the cheerful, cleanly looks I '" "," .

\ after careful" comparisons and of the S :ate to sat If It is to be a of the stree / and yards. Here is II -,- .-. -- "=' '.- ..........
estimates frotn allXvailable sources what "Verm/nte' lays. I,
carintelligedj palgn on decent
I It was conclirdetrthat the Southern "Why Is Acre so little whitewash :
: lines frat .
will .
clearly f. .
cotton crop tyf the present year used here *n fences\trees and outhouses : 1907 >
total/lK412S29 bring out the Issu s and the relative { -. ..-, ,
\ would bales as Whitewash i\ of V -
a promoter
merits oflcandidates, or If it is to boa .
against 13jR9,73T ales last year. health, destructive to Bisects and a : .ra
scurrilctis dogfight, full of bitter Crescent
Florida credited wCh only 45,000 1m Phar
personalities, eliminations and re- great ovement to remises. In : ?
bales. If these figure are right or my Newt England hom\ everything : n| t| iiiiiiM.iaa| MT *f'ls crlmlnatto
5, asjiorslon of motives,
even niFarly right, then\there must that wilf take such wbhe coat receives \t LIVE oJtlC .VV "" "
artificial dlsparagen ?nt

be some Interfe nee with to IG and the countr Is one of : V
studied appeal that which Is low-
the law of supply and demand to' beautiful whiteness, instead of the ''-''' c ....:_ '

keep the price down where It is now. I est ture and or thatVapich molt primitive is In highest human and na- dark dljjgy and neglected appearanceI :: The Prescription -r;; .;' :r .t.}.'"

best. And tVf press will to a considerable -'> see In the South. Whitewash Is ..'<( '- $ .,,,, -:.-'. -
Jeff. Browne says that we can geState t V I extelt take its cue from the cheap aDd easily applied" :

[{ prohibition by a snort cut without -: candidates thlViselves In this respect I :

t waiting for a/ constitutional i imendmeJ and a good IxLmple in the latter Is .- .' = "'-' ...
t. Put tne Statej license Beautiful LineNew
sure to haT* Vood I
< a effect upon the bJ 1*
saloon / ftmakesnodif _
each at 100,000 annually VVV
former. ....
thin Jeff Browne, candidate for --- '
nd the 1 /done. That Is not ban painted China Terence whose '4

i the stralghtfo rd clear-cut way to Governor at( clean lAa and honorable wedding and Christmas pres : blankyonrdoc $ ar =-
gentleman who
credit to the
tor -
Confront Issue and beat the' ents. writes )oarprecriptionon !
't': a great JDf :
i citizenship the Suite, touched well chilnden's hats 'I. .
'f.I : ase on its /nit\ Put the question thisVoint Skirts ooats, CV.4 ; l' -
,. 1 \quarely to/he peVple and let each and wisely on in his De- dress goods and laces a specialty. !, : A\e can fill thfm ">", .
Funiak speech the \her day as follows 1 +
Standard fashion correctly .
>ter reglsUfr his w iU. Get prohlbl- i : : :
t >on in constitution and it will : sheets given away each month. '"
"But if'talking abAit self Is i Ladies' and children's under- :
y thery. To Impose prohibitory ;
i disagreeable talking ;4 out one's opponents -, New line corsets.
I / wear. :
c 'cense oks like conceding that the I

; I j rhlske/traffic has a good case which Is undignified belittling, MRS. c. W. BACHE, Prop. ,:

1 I ]\e don't dare to meet in a fair fight I'. .' -
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nd It must be defeated by a trick. 111 I i I I I I 11 I 1 1 1 M-I 11 11 Hil-H 11 i I 1111H 111 I Where You Get Your Prescriptions Con-prtK' j ."_. ': :r .

'l (Reasonable Prke'c ,>. ,4, .
\lHon. Jeff. Browne, candidate for Clearing House let us all JOUr pre.criptioea and.en _
rev 4n. "
\ i IiDeoftresh&Jld blerOOd.. atonI V'tcko", ve tAr:Y s ems.. ;> *
y ;i | has been charged,'Vith de- r. rec &tlowatPncu. f1MlDeUiO\U.ordc.Briq- .. Prwap_UII4 ,--.u. WaM} th-'Y.--.; ,. -,_ --
I armg for State prohibition' merely HONR: !.> o } -_-:::-"._ > .
r political effect and is the first CERTIFICATES GOOD ,- -,. ::;;..,:a".=;(h..;%.X' -
t '
I The :
'I the field on that platl/6rm/ to cor- Crescieii ,:

.1 the prohibltlop vo in his own -. ,
+half. Its, fair toe g" 'e Mr. Browne i -tIVff. Q.*: "
j I ---;" : -.>; .
benefit V>f what e says on that Y
+ <1P.5. Use !
iat In to s critics. In his 6rfw. ..
answer We wish to announce to friends ; -. _:
our customers : -
!Funlak sp ech ursday, he said: a ,- -. -- ; :; .

'"I favor p hlb' ing the sale of in- j 1: and to the public in general that we : '

lIq r In the state of
t dealing
will be glad to accept
?rida. Rig ere let me state that +

[lid not esp< se the prohibition r .
ise for poUt 1 advantage. I knewt

t: It would s for me the support f

many m w\0 were my warmporters
[+ ithothe assurance of t 4! ;

corres ndlng\gain. Nor did I f at their full face value on purchases of any

f It to gal on the\ "band wagon"h
h othe/ candidat for I was thet I goods at our store. and in settlement any

+ t to declare' for ohlbition. My + account. In fact, we are anxious to receive % t : L .
ttlon is the result\of an abiding +

f victlon, that any city or state is :t: them. .---. ,
off morally, financially and -

{7 wally sold therein.if Intoxicating This ,';declaration liquors are Ii Suwannee Hardware Company { .W 8- '.. "" .>' >.K" ,_' elPT .

\ lose for me the governorship, I He.It1t.&JMt: Ai.'.tt I t lnguraioe:: '-

[ r It does' let It go. The govern-

ip lasts only four years, but the LIVE OAK FLORIDA. 4&_ .. f' !: .

piousness of right and duty well 1 i.[ PITTS & McEWEN, ; '_GeN!I1 Antis,: ;11tT uAtd- 4.

rmed, will go with me through i. IIIMIIIIilM.. P. S.- need a few:more,good:A* eta in Ncr '}"lr.j.A ..'- a :- '.1d _

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NOVEMBER 23, tOO:. "

g jp r ordinance ORDINANCE Imposing No. 06.An a. penalty Live Oak Perry &' ulf R. R. Co. FLORIDA. RAILWAY:.f{

'on physicians for failing to report to Time Table No. 20 i".,
the Mayor of the City of Live-Oak a -

certain Infectious or contagious diseases The Mineral Springs Route Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. &J .


within said City. .- CAST..OCHDtta4 .
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor 0 cuss tai Clan UAD DOWlC.
} and City Council of the City of Live CIall nUT cuss l'lIIwrL.: ( .a No.
t EFFEI'EIVF: -- Frt Fri YisedFtt )
-'' Oak. Florida: Frt Frt I I 1.1 TAnONs.
and I and Paaa Pans Pasa Pass OCT. 27, 1997 Ipaei pass pass rase aPassnd Paaa Except
Section 1.-"Whoever, being a licensed PuaPau I und.y.

or practicing physician within 3 I 7 9 5 1 13 I! 2 12 14 1614! I 18A SO !L.. tJye oak. ..... ..---Ar.I.".'
\ A.M P.M 7 00 a m 4 p in --
the City of Lire Oak. Florida fails A.M1A.M P.M'P.M P.M STATION :;A.M A.M !--- 120 a m 4 44 p mlL.i Porter .LY.;.
..._ .
4 55 L. Lanier -t.u,
Daily ex T to s p m .
to report immediately to the Mayor Dail7 ex 'Sun Sun D ex Sun 'D ex Dal7 Sun Sun ) S..ndayL. 7 foe a oI I 5 08 p mL. Kirklarwt LI It
Sunday oly oily Sun oral? Sun 1 Iy only only 1 19 mf,Ar. Wilmartla- -low.
of said City case of yellow fet- ArT 20 a ml 9
every Ar _._.._Wilmarth ... .
.. Le he Lve Lye Lve Ar Ar Af'l to 00 5 20 p m LS - .
.. _.....
: mlL. '
er, small pox. cholera diptheria 4 00 to 8& a mf 24 P --- -- .
4311! 10' 130 4 15 ..... ..Livs Oak.-........ I X10 1(111 50 5 35(3( 50' S 3. 10 14 a IDI S 30 p miLl --Norwood-, L" .
scarlet fever and scarlltina that 8 Ob It 30 9 21) 1 4d 4 S3 .....?...._..Stan'............, t bi 11 30 6 iTa 25' S 30 lOts a mr 6 40 p mlAr...._-l&70-- t
within his practice within said 8 1011 3S t 1 b2 437 ............ r....... .... 946 Il 25 1121320s 1115 a m' cz p.L, ,,_.... _...)1&700- t
comes 15.11 40 t 2to 1 65 4 40 : .....Mpa tt.... ........ :' 91311V 5'3l5 t : S 10 1128 a m 5 U p'LI; .,._..._&n Pedr- h .a
city shall be punished by a fine of 8 3011 60 938 2 Os 4 I :::::,_La c.uter..1 I t 31111% 600 1 S 00' 10 11 35 a m 5 5! P m,L.__... .... .._...Sa1tP.o.d_. IS
I I S ._, .. ,_.Asiw ,
'- not exceeding Five Hundred ($500) 8 4512 I 10 t i j0 6 W S 001.-.... Dowlier Park ...,..' t5 11 05 11&5 2 45, J 00 1200 12 10 P ID m 6 ClTpmLv627pmLv 10 p m," 5arlton-... -...L.
15.\\ ........_._..__Keen.. I
not ex ,......... 2351! 2 4S56122010 12 ZO p ID -
Dollars or by Imprisonment 85d1215 t 52 244 504 304-Chancey 9 15 10 rs 11 40 _____ ___
..... ..... 230:235: 12 30 6 S3 it. Ie
.Mayo Junction 1850 11 S3 435 P ID p ._ .....
ceeding ninety (90) days or both 00 Z n. 511 S 10 .. y..._..... ... .9. Oil 2261+ 12 50 p m I., P m Lv...-. .. n.nmarll.- -- .. I.
-- 05 10 _.. .
at the seal 1 25 615 -........-. _.silo- _m.. ...... 8 5810 39 I 199 100 m 6 80 pro Ar. .... MPert7 .- ---Lt. I 1
such fine and imprisonment, 9 a 00 5 20 .Town 2111u )
discretion of the Mayor. 9 106 52S ,'."".''.'.'.."' ,..8mltb"ncL..i. .. "....((8 8 sO I 10 10 32 It 1 U; Luraville Branch
S Z3 i 43 ,
........Fel\bol..y 13'71
2.-That this ordinance shall 9 51 f 141 801 .......-.. .. 8 U t 56 ,
Sec. 10201 4 .17 ..,.----.Perry ., 8 00 I to 12O' Between Lurm ille and Wilmarth. -
become effective Immediately upon its 10 ell...Hampton Sprln'I.... 1 W 9 25 1 De

passage by the Council and approvedby ALTON BRANCH. Bound West .III
,MAYO AND ._ Wilmvth8
30 .. ---
the Mayor. a (
50 a miL"., -Lunyille-_.
Attest: .MA.MI LM A'M'P'M P'MI
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S. P. MAYS. C. H. BROWN I Lye Lye 00 I 3 YI ..Y.yoJullt'tlOn.: ..., l1 Ar n 435 Ar ISS Ar Alton Branch
1 2010 '_. ""
City Clerk. Pres. Council.I I_ -,- -- Between Mayo and Alten. -
i I ..I .. .......DelL... ... .. 11 21 4 25 223
S. P.Mays City Clerk of the Cityof i II 12 ry to 10 10 n 101 I ;: I Z?."M...."...Peterson.......... 11 It 4 1 I 1
t 2 06 East I
I 11 06 4 1 r
I 13 -Mayo
Live Oak Florida do hereby certify 12 5010 25 I Bound. I

that the foregoing Ordinance No. ---10 M I-I a 40'I' ............_Alton........... 11. 06 1 aA.M 10 40 a .. ...... .........._.__ --Mayo. -- --.-. .
12 ba i ::::...__,
I A.M P.M P.M P.M A.M A.M AM P.M P.M P'ID 10 SO a mlAr.. ::::.:... Altoo
66, was regularly passed by the City P.M, 1 '" '
Council on the 6th day of November :; ;;; Sun 'Is.n hex Sun D ex Sun Sun Sun sun Des Des'un Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line west bound and AUattie
'. 1 Sun un ,OnbOnl7 Sun Only un On y Only Only bound at Live Oak. For information regarding rates schedule and connec DM"'W_.<;
A. D. 1907 aid the same is hereby ) : : T.P.ALSTON.Superintendent. Z=_ F. WOODWUDi Gor$
2 12 14 16 8
certified to the Mayor for his ap- .i719is,1'13 4 1r.

proval.said Witness city this my 6th hand day and of the November.seal of Coast Trains on Line any ticket scheduled trains.agent.J. For to further connect information with Seaboard as to schedules Air Line and and connectionscall Atlantic Can You Write a Ghost XoflNo ?I

A. D. 1907.S.. LEE ENSIGN, President. II. 1'. HOPKINS.Traffic Manager. ]
P. MAYS. City Clerk.
Examined and approved by me, ---- I I
t this November 6th. A. D. 1907.J. fectious diseases In the City of Live approval. doubt you know one you have been telling '

B. JOHNSON Mayor. Oak and providing penalties.BE I I Witness my hand and the seal t'If for years. We will give a .
said this 6th day of Xovembei,
IT ORDAINED by the Mayo City
ORDINANCE XO. G1.n ,1907. <
I) and City Council of the City of Live
\ Ordinance Requiring ItaUroadCompanietfowulng Oak. Florida: I S. P. :MAYS, City Clerk. the best Ghost Story written by young *
I or Using Track Examined and approved by me this! -
II II { Sectlonl.-Whenever any case of or old, male or female.
I Across Ohio Avenue in the City of; yellow fever small pox cholera dip ; November 7th A. D. 1907. The only condition is that each contestant ,
Live Oak, Florida, to Provide a scarlet fever or scarlitinz I J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor.
theria I send Fifty Cents for a years subscription :
for said Crossing,
Flagman in the city ol
shall develop or OU1>INA>CKM>. 68. monthly Jot
ff Prescribing his Duties, and Imposing Live Oak the patient and all members I ,

Penalties.Be of the household exposed to the An Ordinance Itcquiring the 1'aynien publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. t

it Ordained by the Mayor and same shall be immediately placed I of a Licen Tax by Any Versos, I The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot; j 1

City Council of the City of Live Oak under quarantine by the Sanitary In Persons, Firm or COI'lratlooho it has a will of its own, and stands on: a plat- !

Florida: spector under the direction of the I I Purvbases or Contract for the form unique in policy and principle. The ,>
II Section 1. That the railroad and and Sanitary Committee ol lurchAM of Clearing House Certificate .
Mayor first number will
railway companies owning or usinga said city, and the house here such In the City of Live Oak, appearNOVEMBER

Hqe or lines of main or side tracks patient shall be, must be quarantined Florida, at Less: than the }'ace'alue FIRST
across Ohio Avenue in the city of dan \ Thereof, and Imposing a not
as effectually as practicable and : Write on one side of paper only; story
Live Oak. Florida and operating of red flags Penalty for the Violation Hereof. close
ger signals in the form to exceed 1,000 words contest will
trains thereover be and they area shall be placed around such infected I' Be it ordained by the Mayor am-

Lerebrequired to furnish and keep I house houses or quarters and all; City Council of the City of Live Oak FEBRUARY, 15th 1908.

stationed at the Ohio Avenue street : the inmates thereof exposed to infection Florida and winner will be announced in the March.:

crossing of such tracks in said City I be and they are hereby required Section 1. It shall be unlawful foi r number. Send in your subscription at once. '

a flagman or watchman from the to remain in such infected any person persons, firm or corporation -

hour of six o'clock in the morning II house houses or quarters or within to purchase or contract to purchase THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE;
until the hour of eight o'clock in the ,
such infected district as may be un- within the city of Live Oak,

evenliig.of each and every day. der quarantine until such time aa Florida any of the Clearing House<

Section 2. That it shall be the I they shall be able to produce a certificate Certificates issued b> the trustees ol I Drawer 30 Live Oak,

duty of said flagman or watchman to I from some practicing physician the Clearing Houses5oclaton., composed .

I remain at said Ohio Avenue street i that all danger of infection Is of banks doing business in th<

crossing at all times between the infected house, city of Live Oak Florida at and for I "**
! past and that the '
.i Ml f H r r >i > I H '111 i 11 I H I 111111111'
Hours mentioned in Section One of : houses or quarters, and their contents a less sum than the face value 01

this Ordinance and to keep lookoutfor ; have been thoroughly disinfected such certificates, unless such person 1

all approaching engines, trains j or until such time as the State persons, firm or corporation shal 1 SEABOARD

and cars across said crossing and to I Board of Health shall have taken have first paid to the Tax Collecto!' i /

watch for all persons crossing the charge of and raised such quarantine; of the City of Live Oak a license tai

railroad tracks at such crossing and I provided that this prohibition may of Five Hundred Dollars, and pro

to give timely warning or signal to not apply to any individual adult cured a license from the said city. Airline Railway.

I such persons of the approach of all member of the family who producesa Section 2. Any person firm 01:

, trains engines and cars. That any I certificate from some practicing corporation or the officers thereof, I ,

I violation on the part ol such watchman physician that such member has not who shall purchase Clearing House Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern fin*

or flagman of any of the ,duties been exposed to infection and that Certifiates without first paying th!, I Raleigh Richmond Washington Baltimore*
imposed by this section skall subject there is no danger of such member license tax and procuring a license: ,
York.TRfllNS .
f .- him to a i fine of not exceeding One communicating said disease. trom the city as provided in the preceding Philadelphia and New

POlitf 'vUundred- Dollars or imprisonment Sec. %.-That any persons violating section shall be punished bj' --- --- ---- -

, fie14L fthe not Xceeding ninety days or by both any of the above provisions of the a fine not exceeding Five Hundred T\VO\ ELEGf\NT\ DRILY
)L the pr f/ such -...>e and imprisonment at the preceding section shall be fined not Dollars or imprisonment for a perioc

I'halt. 1ti discretion the Mayor. exceeding five hundred $500.00) not exceeding ninety days or by botl .

benefit Section 3That this Ordinance dollars or Imprisoned not longer than such fine and imprisonment in the Seaboard Seaboard $
Jnt In ans'Funlak shall become\effective on and after ninety days or by both such fine and discretion of the Mayer Express

s the 15th day ol pcember. A. D. imprisonment at the discretion of the Section 3. That this Ordinance
:'1 favor Ileatlng 1907. Mayor, and in addition such person shall take effect immediately upon its

. lirida. Passed by the City Council of Life shall be isolated under guard until passage by the Council and approvalb Modern : Pullman : Equipment

Rid Oak Florida this 11th cpy of November such time as a practicing physicianmay the Mayor.

note 1907. certify that danger from infection CIIAS. H. BROWN, -

for pit CHAS. H. BRO\\ S. is past. President City Council Li.I

t won President City Council I:1 j I Sec. 3.That any physician who Attest: S P MAYS, City Clerk.I : j The Jamestown Exposition .

many n Attest: S. P. MAYS, 'shall willfully make any false certificate S. P Mays, City Clerk of the

l orters.corres. City Clerk.I under the provisions of this or- City of Live Oak, Florida do hereby I NOR FOLI<, -\( %.

. S. P. Mays City Clerk of the I d'nan"*, upon conviction by the Mayor certify that the ,foregoing Ordinance Excursion ono 2e n ail1'I .

ilt to gl City of Live Oak Florida do hereby shall b.e a fine not exceeding No 6S was regularly passed by the I Tickets

othel certify that the foregoing OrdinanceNo. fit hundred dollars or Im- City Council on the 18th day of November I Y

to de'Uon 61 was regularly passed by the prisoned not longer than ninety days, A. D. 1907 and tba same Is For full information and Sleeper root nQ ns can OIl a'l.

' to City Council on the llth day of Nov- or both such fine and imprisonment hereby certified to tne Mayor for his j I of Seaboard or *write _&(

"CUon. ember. A. D. 1907 and the same is I. at the discretion of the Mayor. approval. i ] ; S. C. EOYLSTO JR.. Asst. Gent. l'aSS.:1t.. JacwOD" .
r off hereby certified to the Mayor for his Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall Witness my hand and the seal of

dUllySold approval. take effect immediately upon its passage said City this ISth day of November :,I UiJJJLiJLULLU4JJJJJJJJJJJ'Adiersise

t Witness my hand and the seal of by the Council and approval by \. D. 1907. i --- 1

floseif said City this 11th day of November the Ma>or. S, P. MAYS, City Cl rk. '

It dpas 1907. S. P. MAYS, I I Attest: Examined and approved by me, this

ip City Clerk. S. P. MAYS, C H. BROWN, November 18th A. D. 1907.J. !

Iousnrmed Examined and approved by me this City Clerk. Pres Council. B. JOHNSON, Mayor. AdvertJ

) toe 18th day of November. A. D. I. S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the .

; 1907. .. T \ON1 City of Live Oak Florida de hereby You can't alai y*'udge a man's
-1'..+t+ijjfayor.An' J certify that the foregoing OrdinanceNo. worth by the siz&Vf, the pay envelope. Have you anything to sell? D ? u want

'-- 67, was regularly passed by the make Have you "lost" or "'oun j'' anything )

& City Council on the 6th day of November -. Love may the world go
the ,
A. D. 1907, and the tame U round, but itrlmon\ gives U a fiat
.nt the a.- .,... .- -- -. Ai 'ad( ia the Daily will meet your'
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I A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseues produced by
c; TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Ont boW pure -
ichuad today may MT you ft sick pall tomorrow.

%' ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy
College in North Florida. We
Mrs. W. A. WniteweU, Emory, Te:., secure -
writes: "My child had chilli and fever all graduates.
} for four years. We tried all kind of
medicines, and finallyan acquaintance of SCHOLARSHIPS=
1r mine recommended Herbine.. Wt used
three bottle, and the child U now completely *

to publish cored.this You testimonial hare my a permission< I cheer. $40 $50 $75 and $90

fully recommend Herbine to all mothers" ,
children afflicted aa mine.



SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Ohio Avenue and Conner StreetI're

a Suwannee Drug Company. )(. HATTOX, s- STEPIIE. S.
a and Proprietor. Principal.H .

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for art'sValve: would lazy man claRes a strenuous ef When a makget *an idea that the

/ right if food wasn't to see hovymtle he can accom women all like\>p, It Is a sign some

Rail Roa'dGoes stomach's sajct \ Xi woman is haviogNa lot of fun with
him. '
Appendicitis I'i i Postmaster of Gasconado Mo,

A. Bugh, says, "I cannot say We have secured the agericy for
= where North. South Is due in a large measure
every much for your Kidney & Bladder Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the new
of the bowels, by employing
I feel like a new man." DC- laxative that makes the liver lively, -
i East andj West. Through Pullman purgatives. To avoid all
Kidney and Bladder Pills are purifies the breath cures headache -
only Dr. King's New Liver
by Live Oak Drug Co. nov-d and regulates the digestive organs.
'f service on all trains. safe, gentle cleansers and Cures chronic constipation. Ask us
.. ators. Guaranteed to cure !
is much easier for a bad man to about it. City Pharmacy. dw*
ache, biliousness to hiss \
at Barclay &.
f '!I Although the b degrom plays an
"PURPLE FOLDER" store. 25c.
: New Pure Food and Drug Law insignificant part/it a wedding, it
& \ i I a are pleased to announce that couldn't be pulled off to the satisfaction j'
It's queer how Many will Honey and Tar for coughs, of the persons concerned if he

For detailed informotion schedules rates i! take notice when pne V man and lung troubles is not affect failed to shoy up.-Chicago News.
abuse another. I II I
by the National Pure Food and
c and reservatione, see your nearest ticket law it contains no opiates
# I I as Best remedy for mothers to use is
I There Is No Reason .
agent, or write or call on harmful drugs and we re- Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup It .;
why jour baby should be I it as a safe remedy for tastes nearly as good as maple sugar "

Atlantic Coast Line { fretful during the night. and adults. City Phar- it contains no opiates. Sold by Live :
J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, the cause of thin, sickly I I '
Oak Drug Co. nov-d .
Live Oak Florida.OR is natural that a healthy
'I men ar too good to be
be fat and sleep well. If and sonrfeSare too clever to be Your cue Uytaugh comes when a
does not retain its food
/ rich relative sera off a stale joke.
periment with colic cures I
FRANK C. BOYLSTON District Passenger Agent { medicine, but try a bottle of \
I Thre's No Use Take some good reliable and safe
i Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. Cream Vermifuge, and you you can't beat Herbine for d'gestant like KODOL for dyspepsia.

Is se jour baby have color and liver. The greatest regulater KODOL is the best remedy known today

11I1111I:III:1111 ill it should. Sold by i offered to suffering humanity. If for heart burn, belching and all '

ta Co. suffer from liver complaint, if troubles arising from a disordered
are bilious and fretful its your digestion. It Is pleasant to take and
For Sale. When a man a girl and Herbine will put it in its affords relief promptly. Sold by
Real Estate pretty she trle \make ,I! condition. A positive cure forI Lice Oak Drug Co. DOT*
she didn kn until he
I I Biliousness, Dyspepsia
novdw"A I II I'I all ills due to a torpid liver. Try W t' Stock.

tf. One hundred acres joining town on Columbus road. He Fought at {t and you will never use any- "Let's S go in, re and have a
One hundree and twentg on Rock road adjoining cemerery grounds. David Parker of ) :1 else. Sold by Suwannee Drug drink"
I Forty acres one mile north of Court House on Rock road. j nov-dw "Not in ther the flesh is
House. who lost a foot at Gettysburg I j( boy;
Ij';:; One hundred and sixty rcres, one mile from Court "'"
t Foot choice residence lots on Duval street. Electric Bitters have done I I willing but a spirit's weak.Illustrated ."-
; One choice residence lot on Georgia avenue. good than any medicine I I the &Isgrace of poverty ts.Pneumonia.
: U3 acres on upper Spring road, three miles from Live Oak. For several y ears I had Bi the discomfort.
,.' Time will be purchases. d-wr '
1-'; given trouble, and paid out I Follows a Cold

E r J. W. SPERRINGS. for medicine to little : Cured of Krignfs Disease but never follows the use of Foley's

, ... I began taking Electric Ir. Robert O. Burke. Elnora. N Honey and Tar. It stops the cough,
-- would not take $500 for writes: "Before I started to use heals and strengthens the lungs and
have done for me" Grand prevents pneumonia. City Pharmacy -
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. L. A. CKUtKJKD, Kidney Cure I had to get Up
the aged and for female noveIt
I PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, twelve to twenty times a night
;-r. Great alterative and body
I was all bloated up with dropsy
E : E. BROOME, Office Upstairs, sure cure for lame back my eyesight was so impaired I is better to, have a poor opinion

.. -- Citizens Ilank Building, kidneys. Guaranteed by scarcely see one of my family than to have rose at all.
Groover druggist. 50c 1
I &1'TORNEY&COUNSELORATLAW. LIVE OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA. the room. I had given up 1
'* of living, when a friend recom
..: LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. LYLE Defined. : Folej's Kidney Cure. One 50
'T. J.
; WI JInetQ ill all the courts of the State. Spec- Father:' said little bottle worked wonders and be
.s." given to Cunreyances. Collection Practical evolution. *"' I had taken
-,.._ t;&t AU busmeM promptly atteadkoiuT 'I the third bottle the F'oErsY
JEWELER Evolution, to} Von. Is a bad gone, as well as all other
( ; STATE AT LARGE.u. apology which nrapbas .\' of Bright's disease" City

} 35 j ear's experience displaying so Vaar V the nov-dw'
W. WEST, Good stock of Watches always on hand. the lower Xanimal8\ I \ Y HONEYAnTAflThe c

Physician and Surgeon. Stra. / religion" the average- t,'.tn
: Carroll Building Ohio Avenue V Coa-t Line I'i\id\'DlI. l paHM>dH:. -
'' Residency at Ethel Hotel 1U- liaritable ari i aILAXATIVE

No. 168. Richmond Va, Nov 19.-The an- to your horses as well as to I .\ Significant Prayer !
q *"*i c .Nu .23orl6& nual meeting of the Atlantic Coast You need not suffer from ) the Lord help you make coug r med"l.I .
'Drag Store (B rcl T&Groover)No 16. .
Line stockholders was held here to- any sort-your horse need Arnica Salve known to I
; lw* F. E.TUOMASONHOWN ). The old officers and directors Try a bottle of Ballards I writes J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel i For coughs, c..j,. t. :;.'.," afl.1. I :' t k .
troanles. :L J vat.'""> :\.s oi; .:. .
[ & THOMASON.ICIANS& were re-elected The directors an- ment. It cures all pains J :\. C. It quickly took the pain I Good re\'cryboJy, *s ..t! <. .-r ,..LIe.I .
rE nounced that owing to the unsettled berts, Bakersfield, Mo. of a felon for me and cured it in 1 Tho genuine $

financial situation they had decided have used your Liniment sort time. Best on : FOLLY'S HON -Ynd T,< s? ., .,
net to act on the dividend until a years and find it to be for sores, barns aDd wounds .Yellow ck 46<.. KCU C..UV>,. .kuiv .
called meeting to be held some time have ever used for man at Barclay &: Grover drug Prepared only by

a FLORIDA. in December. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. uov-dw Foley A Company CMcag '


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r E. J. BLUME, 1st Vice-president. J. B. BARTON, President.: H. M. WOOD, Chairman Fire. "

2 D. L BYRD, 2nd Vice-PresidenL ARNOLD P. MICKLCR, Caset, '' ,
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Miss Wigflelcf let Tuesday for a I
Strange Story T d by Discharged Inmate n II
brief visit to fifalnesville. She is very "'I:_,

".': much High School.Hallle missed. by the pupils of the of at Flo Ch da ttahoochee.Insane Asylum 1 1Savann In These Are The Lines J:< _

wadre returned Monday ( h News, 21st.)

r places from a down visit Tampa and other "I was a sa man sent to spend '::1 ll That Make S. J. White i

ny days in an a 'Ium filled with 800
The Sydney Lanier Literary A
lunatics. I tell You It was hell i

P., Society 22 met, andNfarried ftp the afternoon out a very of November interesting -- brought to earth] I did not know i 3 "the Shoe Store .for Men, Ladies' and Children 1
when I would be leased, but all th
progr time I knew thaI was sane. The Good Shoes
: The visitors p'sent were: Misses / "
experience was terrible one.
Vivian Evans, Ma Irvin, Rie Porter,
Asserting tha/be had been shipped o i The Edwin Clapp ShoeForilMen. The Dorothy Dood :
Daisy McClenny Inton Wolfe, Mrs. Shoe
t away to the state asylum for the insane E '
H. E. Carter, Mr C. Y. Byrd, Mrs. / For Ladies.
in Chatt oochee Fla., in order I J.
Bache. that some o: else, a negro, might The Stetson Shoe ; The cushion sole and rubbe bed TrtadasfForJiadies t
{ We extend a cordial inivtation to have the ho estead he had stakeout II For Men. ,
he people of town to be present at ';
for himintelligent If
Frank N. Carr, an .
these meetings it our society which a aring young whitman e n The Meywood Shoe The De fi BomafdoFor '? -.Ip

meets seml-mo/thly. reached avannah last night. He n For Men. Lathes.E :

1 described his ours in the asylum o .
Mis rilson's Room. ,
walls where hi companions were
The seveth grade honor roll;
omitted last week. is as follows: guards four months and craz the persons.and then lie secured spent In E Little Spartan & Walkin Strong line of fin Shoes ;

Evelyn CoAnor* Lizzie Lawler Mattie his discharge. For Misses and Children. For Boys and Youths. ':
McLeod. ILaura Parnell Bennie f
"discharg certifies. that Carr
Thurmon, Florence Willard.
had regained
ental ahllitv an<1
Eight students out of our class enrollment bore avdate-wit:T the----official si "CERTIFICATES GOOD FOR ANY OF "l

of thirty-three are still a b- The young man kes good care of the THEM. '
sent. Charles Huffman Vivian Car-
slip of paper t t In the eyes of the
ter and Caswell rack I
are In
state of Florid marks him as a sane nn AT
school E
thisiyweek.Having man again, bu does not smile whet \
mpleted a review of he thinks of at he experienced to
common fractions, the grade is gla d obtain It.

seems to begin so wo mu c h decimals, as it \n l usual Story. I Ione. I S. J. WHITE'S

His story I true Is an unusua
We are jut completing the read I
It rharg s a wealthy man with
ing of Miles' Standish, which has III
being so Ian greedy that he sent Shoe and Gent's
proved very iterating. Most of us another t Furnisher.
man an Insane asylum as
have added it least one English
the first of thi' e steps toward securing I
,, quotation from the story to our for <*l f3w7w -_-.. ----.-. -_---_-.-.. .-.. .-+--.-.----
himself he plot of land that 3y /-- --' +--..-..----.-..------ ---
stock, "Wh }don't you speak for man-had start to "homestead."
yourself, Join?" I
The other steps were the "home- FOR OLD FOLKS. ,

steadIng" of the nd by a negro.
Mi sal Penney's Room. who It was Intend should mortgage Simple Home Mature Relieves Kidney Live Oak M'f'g. Co. ,1

Honor roll: Helen Bardin Elsie It to the wealthy an. or U1al't'T Trouble and

Newman Leone King, Edith Parnell.In i Carr when rei ased from the Hh umatfosm. 1

spite of\the fever scare, the attendance asylum was penn11 He states his
The great majority of men and women Manufacturers of
last month was good; the former home Is I New York, and at the a e of 50 years begin to, ;
per cent being higher than the first that he Is trying t reach It, fleeing
the first Igns of advancing age Lumber
month.A I from a possible repetition of his Shingles Ice Electric Ligh;
ex- in some fond of kidney trouble and .
great nuiiber of the pupils have -
periences. He wa sent from Florida bladder wea less. Few are entirely
returned to tfieir work this week to Sannnah by harltable persons free from ttvt torturous disease, Power and
and are taking their duties again and Turpentine.
up applied to Ca i4. Sa'ers for assistance rheumatism.! Lich is not a diseasein )
with cheerful ess and enthusiasm.We in either
finding work here that
itself but -ymptom of deranged
are glad to report the convas- will enable him to go on northwrad function of the kidneys which ha\<>. Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for.:
lescence of reward Foss and hope later, or help to him i 3sicience or Business Houses .
end away now. become clogged and sluggish, failingin at a very reasonable rate
to have him 1th us at an early date. Electric
y Was "Ibulruadcd. :
!I their duty of si 'ing and straining powE1r-Day and night current-for manufacturand -
"One day_ I was at, work_ setting IIT'1._ the waste\matter. ing i
n --n.-.o poisonous : uric acid, purposes.
>IU. Wertz's Room. the frame for Che cabin upon my etc.. from the blood permitting it to Wholesale

! With the exception of two or three homestead whena man rode up to remain and recompo \ settling about dial retail Ice-out of City orders have spe-. a

who are out pn account of sickness, me and asked if[my name was Carr.I the Joints and muscl s, causing intense VT7itt'ie.ItIuon' and all orders Promptly filled.

; all our pupil are back once more told him that it was. 'Get jour pain and suffe ing. We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and, ;

i t : and the room ?s looking like its old coat and hathejsaid.. He made me The bladder, how ?vet, causes the flooring.; Come and get our prices.

t self. All seem to have taken up the follow him and J was taken before old folks the mo annoyance, et- ,

work with fres zeal. I three men. The] asked me my name, peclally at night d
a early morning. H ,
:? !! !I [ ;!; '!I'[ i mliiirI ''
Among those vho have been absenton age, and a few c they such questions. A noted authori J'In a recent artIcle r [ 'I -T TIMI I I: TT--1IIIIH------ I:::; I --

account of i sickness are Jessie The next I kneI was sent to the stated that he las wonderful sue I .
Suggs and Enori Wilson. We hope depot and 'railro ded' to the insane cess with the 01 -time "vegetable PENS GIVEN AWAY

they will both b< well soon again. I asylum, declared\:razy. treatment He 'rites: "Of sixteen

t ; Much interest s being taken in the "It is true that I have been an cases of bladder roubles and rheumatism -

Friday afternoo : spelling matches. epileptic. The ores have about which ha e been treated with

Last week Myrtit Harris and Eugene all disappeared ant never is my mind this treatment fnly one very complicated ,

Armstrong proved themselves to be ''clouded. I remember everything case failed to fully yield tits o Th e SUN of.Tallahassee

.the best spellers The girls won but ; that occurred perfectly well. I don't remarkable pifluence. It is the two tionsV new subscribers and two will dollars give a for fountain the pen to oFthfsubscrir
the boys determined that I I think I was I know mere is a
are such a InsaIf" I was most harmless t atment I have ever self-filling fountain pen-something new under
thing shall not happen' again. as rational as I ant now. But it was found to clean f he system of rheumatic THE SUN-whick
Walker Helveaston is a new pupil awful to be kept i a place like that poisons; emove irritation of is given for three ,"

{ who is welcomed io our room Walker where there were [hundreds of poor I the bladder an< relieve urinary dif- when new subscribers -

has just returned from Tennessee, fellows who were Jut t of their minds. ficulties of the old people. It Is a The accompanied supply of by three is dollars to make them valid.

where he has been visiting for sev- Guards and the 1'atients. true vitalizing onic to the entire if you are to write pens with a limited SUN so it behooves you to become

eral weeks. | "And I have seeji the guards tease kidney and ui nary structure reinvigorating pen, Fla,1

We are sorry t i lose from our old crazy men unti the insane people the -nitre sj'stein..'* THE SUN. Tallahassee

ranks one of ou best pupils Julia cursed and then ire guards choked What he t< rms "old vegetable II" :
Hawkins. We derstand that the them. 'One old man suffered this way treatment" consists of the following I I

family has move to the coast on ac before my eyes and they choked him I simple prescri tion. the ingredients r ;
count of Mrs. H wklns' health. We terribly. I don't f know what would which can be o tamed from any good all. It may) be worse than useless, sick since useing Ba'.lard's Borej r

hope that she will soon regain her have happened to me It I had been i, pharmacy at s call cost: Compound i perhaps even harmful, and your hound Syrup. Sun a man. !

strength and th family will returnto compelled to stay.( In that place much I I'Kargon, one 0 ice; Fliud ExtractDandelion I.i money wasted Under no circumstances Mr. J. C Clark Denver, Colon 4

Live Oak at afi early date. (I' longer. I can' understand hdw a I on half ounce. Compound I|i: ready accept the prescription all writes "For years t7M- tralllftlt

We are misS g Eugene Armstrong sane man could;lIve there for a year I Syrup Sarsaparilla, three prepared, nor accept any excuse with a severe cough thSyronW13* *

from school th s week. Eugene bon I i and not know tat he would get out | ounces. Shak well in a bottle and | for offering it to you that wa>, all winter. This cough left me la I >9.

the sick list We hope he will be some time and remain sane. take in teaspo ful doses after each Purchase separately the Kargon miserable condition I tried &*"

back Monday. \ I I The newly created Savannah Relief I meat and upo going to bed, also Compound plained No 108 Guarantee, as ex- lard's Horehound S* rup and bare not

A Civic Impro ement Club was Association will\look after Carr. He drink plenty 'f water above and mix these three had a sick day slate That's what 1&

organized in this room this week. Ware 3 I will probably bE\classed as the subject But unles you go to the trouble ingredients at home yourself, or don't did for me. Sold by Suwannee Dr< .-
use at alL
not promising ,to do many very I' for charity belonging in someoUer to ask the drtiggist for the Dandelion Co. not dv'

great things, but we are going to do community! and will be sent and Sarsap /ilia separately, and then This prescription, though simple. ,

all in our power to help make and I'I' away from Savannah. If he can get buy one ou/ce Kargon Compound, in is always effective in the diseases and Many men and v. >wen catch cold

keep Live Oak cleaner town. I, work and he w 113 be helped by the an origin (unopened) package afflictions of the kidneys and bladder. ( at dances wfi eh terminate In Pae*"%:]

army he may remain here for a plainly pro ted. Guaranteed No 10S monia and cO tum'ltioo. After es1

The Chapter of \Royal Arch Masons short time. | under XaU anal Drug Law and mix When Always Was Sick. f j posure if Foley\ Honey and Tar tot
had an interesting meeting last the Karg with the other Ingredi- a man says he always was t taken it will break up a cold and n I
night, and c ferred\the Royal Archegree FIattery\as beeq known to make ents at yo&r home, you had better lasted all winter-what with a cough that }.serious results need '.e feared. ''
on &ree candidates. a tteyftcht- ded. not use tbs effective prescription at;think if he should 8ay-he: would ;you fuse any but the gen lie in a feUD-
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