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 26, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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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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'i{ 'Yesterday afternoon Hon. W. G. York NOT. 25.-Thirteen

.y'Smith, of the Department of Agriculture persons lost their lives and several

/' was greeted by one of the i others were injured early today in a

'largest audiences ever assembled In tenement house fire at One Hundredand '

.. the courthouse In this city. It was a TOHTURKIN Ninth street and Second avenue.

:representative audience of the farm- i i 1 A*" I All of the dead wend Italians. Seven

;Vera of this county, fully four-fifths of 1! } rr r POPULAR of the thirteen wed children. The

tihose "attendance being farmers. O 50/YCr II bodies weje fO d/huddled together tin

FJke meeting had been well advertised rooms on the toq floor.of the four-

through the Democrat, and the story bUI1 (ng. \whre /the terror-:

people responded nobly. stricken people odd been driven by i

; The meeting was called to order the flames wfcicb. pus ed up from the U

r ky CoL Cary A. Hardee who In a few lower floors. 'TneyAad succumbed t ,

Ivell chosen remarks presented Con- before they cool l / reach windows i

"[,freeman Clark.! Mr. Clark made a 1 I t which led to the /re escapes. Some t

abort talk, bringing In several topicsfor i t t iI / bad been enveloped in the flames and E-

a brief discussion that all present / burned alive. Others overcome by
..were much Interested In and much smoke, were spared the agonies of 1

.pleased to hear. I death in the flames. II

5.*,Mr. Clark mentioned the under- I ,

Spunad waters survey which was f JOIISoFOR CHAIRMAN' I 1
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flOw being made by the government oMIffLL ,I. !

Vfzperts and the State geologist also :Talk of Cleveland Mayor as Successorto fl'
"Thur dy always was my Jonah day!" .
the soU urvey which was being made Tom Taggart.
Donnell in St. Louis Republic t! I
nby UreXovernment. lie also statedall I- French Lick. Ind., Nor, 25.-At !I ;t

probability several seed: 1HKI IX TIIRATHKWhile XATIOVAL UIl.UX.n'OXGleJ.SS: 1MKRS ARK ("O II'I.r.n the dinner given last evening by f'', 'I
ng stations would be establish- I Chairman Taggart to the members of i l '!

r, h this district if the plans now on the Democratic National Committee, t !
Witnessing Play Was!' Sudden Now In Session In Baltimore -1'lan And Flagler's Road Will Soon He atKnlJht'
vent These would
; through. enable Major Menzies, of Mount Vernon 1
Fate of l't'n )
the home planters to have seed Key Ind.. said: |j rlot r-
of .\mt'rir8.'I i
, ,'furnished them wbcih was already Pensacola. Nov. 23.-While oc- (Miami Metropolis.) "We seem to have everything ar- I : : ,.

/ adapted to our soil and was the product cupying a seat in \he Pensacola opera Baltimore, Md., Nov 25.-Secie- ranged. We have \the candidate arranged '! j;

.'. of the very best development house last night witnessing the pro- 'I tary James: B. Garfield, Gifford Pin- All of the piers to the Long Key for; we bade the platform !'

''r'obtainable from the seeds of our local duction of George Washington Jr., I chot chief of the forestry service !' Viaduct, the building of which is built; in fact, there doles not seem : fi;

.l ;"traps He spoke of the great work i Miss Amelia Myers, a highly respected and R II Newell, director of the : classed as one of the greatest engineering to be anything left for us to do or for rj "

: t _61 tie Agricultural Department of resident of the city, dropped dead. government reclamation service are feats In the world have been the future convention/to do. '." "

l). tie United States Government and in- The death of the lady came so unexpectedly among|i the distinguished speakers on placed, and now all remaining to man we have select ed/as our The'"j"j

t \; ddentally paid a tribute to Secretary that it caused much discussion +: the program of the National Drainage complete this monster structure that date, I believe ge gentlemen, fits I

"f'; Wilson! who Is, he said, unquestion- in the opera house, and the ,i, Congress opening today at Johns has rt'Qulrt"d'more than two years of sent conditions but It the conditions 1

t 4 ',ably the ablest man who has ever program was suspended for nearly an i|i i Hopkins lTnlversit, for a session of' labor and an expense' of several mil- change I believe the Democratic partyis t't#
i lion dollars is the of nine
: |f filled that position in the cabinet. hour. Not until the body had been ,,, three da>s. Delegates are here from finishing big enough and strong enough to

.. I ,"This Is a practical age" said Mr. removed to the home and quiet restored -!(: all the Southern. Eastern and Pacific ;! arches. change them. There never was bat |!j
With this, and the of the f
"and we need practical men to in the house did the performance coast States. Senator Flint, of California ia.viug one man as big as the Democratic
railroad track it trains will be
::0I us in these matters." resume Miss M>ers had gone the author 01 the general a oft party and he was Thomas Jefferson."

( i'Clark'mentioned the great develop- early to the opera house on accountof drainage bill, will advocate the adoption moving southward across the intervening Bryan was discussed informally

,-- obtained by other sections of the inclement weather and prior ,, of that measure by the congress. keys \o, KnliJht's' Key where and the question of making Tom 6

along agricultural lines to the curtain going up had been( It is declared by leading delegatesthat another and evep, greater piece of Johnson of Ohio national chairman, I.j
work is to in the
, : what was good for the people chatting with a bevy of friends who the work of draining the swamplands bp countered was talked about. It is said there i

of Illinois was good for the pea had accompanied her to the theater. : of the nation is even more Important building; of afiolfter concrete viaduct. will not be many changes in the personnel I F

, ;He of Florida. That Is, if the Illinois She appeared to be in the best of than the reclamation of the It is now passively asserted that unless of the next national com- > 4 I 1 4
I' unforeseen difficulties arise that
farmer can greatly increase his health and was enjoying the l lay arid regions and that the congress mittee. I
tie trains will be to
running Knights
..peld Of crops by following certain when she was noticed to fall limp will use its influence to secure largely t t

I, ; "'WSjestlong mapped out by the gov- from her seat to the floor. At firstit increased appropriations from the Key inside thirty days. AGAINST IMXI) ISSUE a

'.erament experts that the farmers of was thought that she had fainted government for this purpose
' \'O'Xi IiAllVS SHOCKING DUVTIIKilled Mr. Itrjran Thinks It Unnecessary
I: 'Finds might reap the same benefits. and water was applied to her face to ]i: Acording to statistics compiled byofficers
Out the Hoarded
I =: tot Mr. Clark gave way to Mr. Smith restore her. This had no effect and of tile congress, there are approximately Bring Money.
'i1I'io he Introduced to the assemblage. a physician was hastily summoned SO.000,000 acres of Ily Engine; of Sraboanl Pav- Washington, Nov. 21.-William :\\1!

I( to. Smith land Scattered throughout Train Near Jacksonville. Jennings Bryan arrived here at 7 i
i is a very practical man, When he arrived she was in a dying ,i swamp M-ngt-r I
tt:: .'Plata matter of fact farmer and got condition, and expired within a few ; hirty-sfevenlStatus of the Union, the ( (Times-Union, 24th.) o'clock this morning and went at
z !idIht down to his business which moments. Death was pronounced I reclamation Df Which would mean the once to the residence! of Cotter T. Ie

*/*ls to make some suggestions to the due to acute Indigestion. additiolfolranlions I of dollars annually UH Alice Mosely, the 17-year-old Bride, on Capitol Hill. He was a ft

.., Winers of this county how they to thy business interests of daughter of E. Mosely, who resides in guest this afternoon, at the wedding i

!. tot improve the quality and yield stalk of cotton which had only borne the country. / ; this county near Marietta, was run of Mr. Bride, daughter, and his attendance "

'' their fine large stalk with these over and killed by an engine near on the ceremony being one I Ii
1 crops. lie also mentioned three Lolls and a It is pointed out that if lands
tl*: breeding stations and the soil some fifty bolls! he said that the were drained and subdivided into her home Friday night, the particu- of the objects jof his visit to Washing 11
z 'per.! and like Col. Clark expressed el'mlnation! of the small! stalk should 40-acre farms they would afford { lars of the terrible accident not being I ton. Mr Ilrjsan received ..a.y callers -

t :':tie opinion that it would only be a interest every farmer lie said the homes for :0,000,000 farmers, independent made known until jesterdav. 1::. and about ooa h /Warded a .
..latter Mosely, the father of the unfortunate downtown streetcar asap an en- i il i
of a short time until these way to do this was in the seed, and of urban population whicn to
": young lady came to the city yester- 'gagement for anfetooe with political -
oaI4'be which theycould J
established here by the spoke of a method by would inevitably follow. The crop \ i
ftllerl lovernment. Mr Smith j I }\0 a large\extent he freed values of these now worthless lands, day morning and gave the first news friends. ,' "

?*e of the seed and plant breeding; (i'I from the l&M Unproductive seed at $25 an acre would involve an addition of the accident. According to Mr. Mr. Bryan savy'out the following 3 il
** *e wWe VeVotaible for the smallrunty Mosel. his daughter, with her two statement in l'ef'rd'o the financial
of yearly.
commonly talk of stock Lr eI- I which $2.000,000.000 ; ,
\4 ** also made the same sisters anear-old brother left I situation: % / t
Std that the improvement I I staUj He These figures are considered conservative !
; home to vfeit a'friend walked what the effect of n
1 do not
: glng of the various characters;; application as to corn 4 by drainage experts, as reclaimed |I 1
III'J along laughing and singing and had will be, but it '4I
a Jtr&lnl this point he paid a tribute lands usually j the new bond/issue
: of seeds and plants was Just at swamp are very t t
-f :ins exactly on the same scientific : to Mr. Clark's work in securing rich. no idea of the approaching tragedy. I seems to me ,4nat the relief ought to s
Y. 'Ju! h district that When the pary 4as crossing the railroad 1,' come from the other direction The
that his -- -
tr I for --- - -
I of breeding: better stock many of things I
'cling out of representatives whose eece. all of which were given courteous an engtaC suddenly rushed up- 1,' plans so far have been intended to
en the suggestions of a
.J '!*2taal farming he suggested the constituency needed! them just asbadly consideration, The farmers on them art/ striking Miss AHce it furnish government money to the \

; flmeat of deeper plowing; lie were seemingly never able to who heard the entire address expressed threw her/weral feet from the roadbed I, banks whreas the most important !

ii' eke Cf the a simple method ->f themselves as doubly repaid for killfL/her Instantly. The other ;;i: thing now is to restore confidence .1
results obtained in some get. lIe gave : 'I
1'4h: Of Georgia bj' doing this. selecting the best seed from sdra. coming oat and were very much members of the party were also injured among the bank depoaitora. This t..
. alag farmer can follow This gratified at the meeting Mr. Smith but none seriously. When the ,, will not only prevent withdrawals but
: : noticeable. however, about one that any
.stE KeEtions in ta'sing three grains froma remained IB the city until this morning : train had passed the sisters and brother ,secure deposits While the banksare
} till! the way throuzh l u8i3tcJ
i' tall Was 1 he did not tate positlve- certain number of ears and if the and a number availed themselves ; rushed to Miss Alice but the good and while the depositor ,:

}:''' t wrtain results would I ob- three grains were all good sprouters, of a personal interview with him getting | could do no good, as she had been are not justified in being frightened,
which they information of a special nature i killed instantly. Her body had been :' some depositors are unreasonable,
'f" this class of soil that had then the ear of corn from r i
one for seed Both :Mr. Smith and Mr. Clark'!'' horribly mangled and it was indeeda and their timidity may embarrass the
,!talned good:
in others, bat said that were taken was a
: formulasfo were exceedinglv pleased at the largo grew some sight which the father of banks If the money that is being { II
.Ted that the similarity of the purposes. He gave some I
'el1 1J. of fertilizers, showIng attendance at the meeting saying I' the unfortunate young lad described hidden and hoarded can be brought
t : : ..... and where these tests had rthe mixture :
r de be changed from that this was the largest meeting vesterdav. : back into circulation the present
fully Justified the experl- how they might
;'iri ks each succeeding year, they had yet had and more enthuli-I The young lady was killed' by an : stringency will disappear at once. It i
,,' ..! connty. He recommend- year to year
;.. of this part iasm exhibited than at any incoming passenger train from River does no good to supply money from 1
'Ucatlon down expense
of lime to the soil cutting
were asked which he had gone since he had been Junction, due to arrive here at 7 30 the treasury if an equal or greater : 4
..11"t4 It or correct the acidity of the crop. Questions j' 4j4
members of the audi- out on these lectures. o'clock Friday night. (. amount is drawn out by depositors.
,! ",-, Exhibiting a small runty him by various
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-- -- ,'$ Investment Jacksonville Real Estate that will at once appeal to.

Diamonds, Watches Clocks, Brooches man and woman who can place as much as $10 a month in a real estate sap

R.1f. S Scarfpms, Cut Glass Handpainted I ij ink' accouet. The combination at the low price made is just as sure to br.

China Silverware of all kinds, Teasets : a fifty to one hundred per cent profit as Jacksonville! is sure to grovr It ,

t Bread trays Pitchers Knives, Forks, takes in three of the most rapIdly developing sectIons of Jacksonville.
r :?;wn. Case Cup. Childs Cups Flasks I If
I "corners" the situation and makes the small investor absolutely sure of ;J
C rkscrews. Decanters Match Boxes '
Th:-iVics and Pencils.: i'I + profits. By buying three lots in the Special Fall combination the investor ::

No.3 783, Price S68S.0a.GREENLEAF :t I: + save $150 on the present selling} prices. The three lots [any choice from plats!

+ in this combination, and their present selling prices follow: J-,
t A CROSBYCO. Jacksonvillc.FIa tl
Jewelers, Goldsmiths Ariel 511versmiths. t Murray Hill Heights approached by beautiful Highway

4i SATISFACTION v.l VSlNrEEI' ESTABLISHED YEARS. i + avenue paved or from St. Johns drive, paved near the
I!: million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Railway
illlH I Ml I Ml 1H H >H i U 11H v H+IM..f iGK.NKIUL Ho+...,... :-+.. .1011 ; new $200
:+:: and a sub- ivis.ion that is all white, andextiemely ,

-- + popular, present selling price '.., .. ,
DIKECTOUV.STATE TO UKIUTK .U'KIIAC.K. i Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and -
t 1+ Kings road, in front of the Edward Waters College site
OFFICERS. Plan to Plant !..* Cotton
*" Arranged
I + and adjacent to.more new cottages than any other sec $ 5
N. B. Broward. GoTereor.H. I5y Director of FanmTs* Tnion.NewOrleans .
I i tion of Jacksonville, present selling price ... Vf j|
Clay Crawford. Secretary of State.
La. Nov. 23. A
+ East Grand Park approached by beautiful Kings road, a I
\Vm. V. Knott Treasurer.A. I to reduce the acreage of cotton next : magnificent suburb, hi h-cla'5s. clean, strictly white and $ t 5 -1

C. Croom, Comptroller"W. : year, In an effort to control its price, + rapidly developing, present selling price...... .. 0
H Ellis, Attorney GeneralB. I was arranged tonight by the board of : __
E. McLIn Commissioner of Agri directors of the Farmers' Educational -

culture.W. I and Protective Union of America.A TOTAL \B 700 >

M. 1I011owa,.. State Superintendent meeting was called to be held in 1,1
Public Instruction. I Memphis op January ? next to lay We will sell these combinations ::i j

-'rnest Amos, State Auditor.W. this plan b fore the cotton farmers]] :: I limited number, and $ 5 5 0 ..
of ,the i 1
B. Saddler Assistant Auditor. I i until otherwise advised for "
topased reduction in acreage :,

SUPREME COURT. of l isao tx(' .the minimum price J' : The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bought only in -*

of rhej at/ai0ut 15 cents per } t these combinations at the phenomenally low rate of S550. and on the easy terms of $10 j
f T, M. Shackleford. Chief Justice; ./ :;:
/ cash and $10 a month without interest or taxes. *
A. W. Cockrell, J. Whitfield, jlinMn
controls 6,000,000 I i
: Only a limited number of these combinations will be sold. Therefore, ACT QUICK.
Fenwick Taylor R. C. Parkhlll, W. bales said President C. S. ]
ida i Leave the selection to us and we will give you absolutely the best choice unsold
A. Rocker, Associate Justices. Barr f Georgia, of the union, guaran-
teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots. We issue a straight coniract for deed.
"and we are confident that at least 65 i 1 i Our titles are absolutely perfect.Ve guarantee every lot high and dry. ',t
RAILROAD COMMISSION. per cent of this can easily be held off
R. Hudson Burr Chairman; N. H. the market without any suffering re-

Butch, J. L. Morgan. Royal C sulting to the farmers through lack Jacksonville the gateway to Florida, is the most rapidly growing city in all the South, .
Dunn, Secretary. of sufficient funds and supplies from I perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six years ago, it is today a city of over fifty q I
other crops. I shall be greatly surprised thousand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan cite *

if we do not see cotton selling L made up of a fine citizenry from all sections of the world. It is one of the cleanest, health\'!

MEMBER OF CONGRESS SECOND at 15 cents per pound before Jan. 1, lest ccost beautiful cities of' its size in America. It is a city of magnificent homes< \.' J

DISTRICT. 1908, but believe that a reduced'acrt'age churches schools. It is a citd with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach ever/1
Frank Clark. port of the world. Great trunk railway lines
next season will make it : connect the four corners of the United:t,
even higher." I: States. It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe, sound profitable real estate" t

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. It is proposed to establish agencies : investments. It has never had a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values i

B. H. Palmer, Judge. at Galveston, New Orleans and I follow natural causes. The city i is growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming the j

Cary A. Hardee State's Attorney. Savannah to enable farmers to keep I I': centers of business and residential activities. Real estate values in the city alone increased
over a million last 'ear-the suburbs increased
in close touch with spinners and save : a greater proportion. /

COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. .the middleman's profit. LOOK US UF !
B. Johnson State Senator. i
I The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of $500,000 and assets of $800,000. j
Eyes Examined }'rt't".
: Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business
men of the South.
R. Goldstein, the
Tampa eye : As to our reliability and financial standing, ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE. '..
SEiTI\TlVES. specialist, who was in our city 3 ",
W. R. Dorman. W. II. McClellan. short time ago, and treated as well I I: DEVELOPMENT CO.,
Jacksonville Fla.
as fitted glasses to many of our best'+ N. n,.-\v ir e publish on the 1st and loth of each month THE INVENTORS' GUIDE. If .

J. Conner, County Judge.J. citizens, will be In Lire Oak .'rlday"i(: are interested in real estate and desire to place your surplus savings in the safest and you

W. Bryson Clerk Circuit Court. and Saturday. November 29th and :i I most profitable security on earth tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE. -
i J. II. Rickerson Sheriff. 30th (two days only), with office at I : J. D. CO.
I Hotel Ethel. Take advantage of his .
G. B. Lord Treasurer. itt+++++++++++++.H4++T++++++++
skill, +++++r ++++++++++
t and consult him in regard to ++++++++++++++++++++
J. N. Meeks Tax Collector.A. .
II your ejes. Dr. Goldstein is well- -
D. Hemming Tax Asses. - -
known throughout the state of Florida BETTER THAN SPANKING.
J. E. Wood,
County Superintendent JUST
and we do not hesitate to recommend ARRIVED
Public Spanking does not cure children ot :
i iI him to the public. tf"uuntt'il
bed-wetting. There is a constitution
H. E. Carter, Judge Criminal Court ; :
'g I al cause for this. trouble. Mrs. M.
'S of Record.O. I .\("( For. I I I Summers Box \\', South Bend, Ind., 2 Cars Flour
O. McCollom Solicitor Criminal "lie has "
\ a clean-cut face. ,
I I I will send free to any mother her successful -
Court. "Yes they're having a strike at the borne treatment, with full ia- 1 Car
I t M. M. Hawkins Clerk Criminal Court I barber shop where he goes, and tool'tractions. Send no money, but write Meal and Grits, '

apprentice shaved him."-Cleveland I: her today if your children trouble you ,:

E COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. I I Plain Dealer. I|:' in this way. Don't blame the child 1 Car Carckers and Candy.Let .

W A. Tison, Chairman; M. I*. -------- I the chances are it can't help it. ThisI

Burnett, J. J. Dempsey J. II. DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel I I treatment aiM cures adults and aged

Grant, H. II. Davis. Salve is healing and soothing. Good people troubled with urine difficultly us have your orders for Ap=
for piles. Sold by Live Oak Drug by day or night. "
., Company. nov-d pies, Bananas Oranges Grapes Nuts"
Aa old bachelor says that some
1 1 E. R. Wise Chairman; A. D. Puter- Viand Candies.
On BusinessPrinciple.. women marry for the purpose of obtaining 1 _
j baugb, R. H. Carver.
, The musician visibly a listener who can't get Remember
;, was annoyed. the Tampa Club Cigars_
I "Bu hang it all" be said, "I told away.
CITY DIRECTORY. ---- They are the best.
jour reporter three or four th8'l'8on'r
J. B. Johnson, .
A Hard IH-bt to i
II. Brown, Alderman. and President genuine that Stradivarius the violin I and used here was in his a "I owe a debt of gratitude that cannever Pay us in Clearing House Certifi ates.1

City Council.S. report this morning there's not a be paid off," writes G. S. Clark, '
P. Mays, Clerk Assessor and of West field, Iowa, "for
word. my rescue I
Treasurer. With a scornful laugh the editor from death, by Dr. King's New Dis Live I, Oak Brokerage & Commission (ft.;
Aldermen-S. J. White T. S. Anderson replied: co\ery. Both lungs were so seriously i
J. M. Barclay, W. J. Hillman, :
affected seemed Immin-
"That is as it should be, sir When j i iI
; J. E. Wood, J. L. White. Mr. Stradivarius gets his fiddle advertised ent, when I commenced taking New OlOA. c.) L. FREIGHT DEPOT :

1 : in this paper under $2 a line Discovery. The ominous dry, hack- ,i .. --- -
W. H. Lyle, Superintendent City ing cough before the \ : :
quit first bottle i ISltlng Merchants ;
you come around and let me know." are Cordially Ln\'itfd to n :J',. ;''.ce their ,
Water Works.R. -Southwesterner's Book. was used, and two more bottles madea I quarters while in the city.
II. Haddock City Marshal and "
complete cure Nothing has ever I !!'
Sanitary Inspector. equaled New Discovery for coughs, :
\\ D. Wright, Police. .\I ays1'as Sick. colds and all throat and lung com P- A.
When a man says he always was plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & j jGrooter i ,
A Methodist Minister! IlecommemN sick-troubled with a cough that druggist. SOc and $1.00.

Chamberlain's Cough Kenietly. lasted \\inter-what would you Trial bottle fre. nov-d* GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.. I
We have used Chamberlain's: Cough think if he should say-he never was

Remedy in our home for seven years, sick since useing Ballard's lion Some people never fool themselves -
and it has always proved to be a reliable : hound Syrup. Such a man exUts. more than when they think they OVER THE AUCTION HOUSE. 1 1We

remedy. We have foud that it :Mr. J. C. Clark Denver, Colorado, are fooling others. are now ready for business. Furniture n'pairing, 1 leather 1.
would do more than the manufact- writes "For years I was troubled harness
shoes, etc.
urers claim for it. It Is especially with a severe cough that would last KODOL is offered on a guarantee For
good for croup and whooping cough, all winter. This cough left me in a plan for the relief of heart burn, 'I any kind of novelty work, such as oaked -ate. wash sarig.j;

Rev. James A. Lewis, miserable condition. I tried Bal- flatulence, sour stomach, belching of I i wardrobes, writing desks book and show cases ae boxes, :

Pastor Mllaca, Minn. M. E. Church. lard's Horehound Syrup and have not gas. nausea, and all stomach troubles erators, center or dining tables made to order. Picture f J_

Chamberlain's cough Remedy is had a sick day since. That's what U It digests what you eat. It made to order. \Ve will varnish, paint or enam aJ kinds of ftj"mture. >

sold by Barclay & Groover and all did for me. Sold by Suwannee Dru; will make you healthSold; by Live pianos, organs and mantels. We mean to j i) the business .
druggists. noy-- PI. novdw.I Oak Drug Co. nov-d Give
I I us a trial. Charges reasonable.i .

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( I ( t t I Think what It means
That is what we arc.
Our reason is because In

the "Our Family" line of

>< I, "Star Brand Shoes" we
s s have a shoe for every

i s \ ,,i. member of every family
rf1T to haTe all your family

shod economically In
ell-fitting and service ;
giving shoes.
"Our Family" Shoes

By universal testimony Red Rock S A,t 'l'MlJf." ./.i fm.\ "QfLD 11 are made by experts la

lU111UlUAlIlUU ilL I big specialty factories
Fruit Punch has been awarded calf
HADgm fttoUl's !W'( t from the best box

the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and l 1\05 ti K S141 SOMIJSli o bought leather for that the money.can be
to all socIal
success functions, and should be prepared in accordance

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

E = 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

it z' CTTr4AQpUARIS RED ROCK GINGER ALE cannot rip. .


Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar, I YOUTHS $2.00 LITTLE'GIRLS' $1.75.

1t: allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the O .account of the Women's Misses and Children's shoe

F pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add having a metal clinch sole retainer, the soles can't pull apart.
the four quarts of Red Rock.

YYX + Et 5o, CHILDREN. 8tf, 11>4. 1.3S:5: and 8, 110. I

The Star on the heel and the name "OUR FAMILY" the

I sole of each shoe, is aguarantee that they are honestly constructed

." .NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIL I and full of satisfaction.To .

CIIAKTKK. see the mis to like them. Come see them.
;l\6/ie J roof fs Jn fjheCompariaon Notice is hereby given that the

undersigned incorporators will, after !BOWLING LUMBER CO.
.;, ;four weeks publication of this notice, 1

."'.. apply to tloaorable :-\. B. Ureward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Governor of the state of Florida, for
the issue of Letters Patent Incorpor-
: ; ., ating them as a body corporate under Inl I IIII'I''I[ ;! I[ Id'lIo'11I1I11' IIll I [ II 1:111: II i I I[ IIldllll dl
g 3p the corporate name of Brown-Thoma-
r li : son Drug Company, with the follow-
ing this proposed notice charter: hereto attachedto NEW% MARKET AND GROCERY[

r.1 C. S. BROWN, ,


i Sas V GRANBURG, [ Hingson's Old Stand]
Copy of Charter. Fresh meats, both Western and Florida.

I Article shall 1. The be name Brown-Thomason of this corporation Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and VegetablesA

'Drug Company, with its place of business SPECIALTY.
t. H in the city of Live Oak, Florida, 11
az together with such other branch offices Terms Cash.The"CHARTER".
United States
in said State or ::
as may be determined upon by the 11I111'11111:; I I [III I I I I Id I IIi Ild11111I[ !lId:: I[ 'i '[[I] 1m

Particular people whose pride and name and Board of Directors of said corpora-

2. The general nature of I
; pride in product into their stationery have
goes the business or businesses to be transacted -t P 7

i preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for by said corporation shall be a I
general retail drug business, including I r i
r" over fifteen the buying and selling for profitof i t >t
years. all drugs, chemicals, toilet articles, I lJOL

Not the of but the old slow and each and every other goods, I
cheapening hurry today care wares and merchandise usually car _
fill methods that make for firmness and perminancc are ried in a business of like character; I
to maintain and operate for profit a 4/L1 PURPQA5' :Jt
still used in making 'nrp 1 )f Its beau- wholesale drug business including :

. divot color and texture, its remarkable toughness and eracI I tlp manufacture of drugs and chemicals -
the de and all other articles incident to j
tog qualities make it only a distinctive paper-but !
said business; to maintain and operate J
;, lute: ,and incomparable paper for all business correspond- I I for profit a retail and wholesale t;) Gasoline Engines

-, ence.. Write your letters so that they will compel a reading mercantile establishment engaging
therein in the bu>ing. manufacturingand
: -write them on hale of all classes of commodities Mi Will furnish power at a trifinjc; cost frroerj
incident to said business, to buy, "IfJJlt M-. No cnpiver required. Kvriy Hi,

@. (!JJf@OO[ [ID@ [Q) own.(and timber of rent real or lands estate otherwise; to houses enjoy use and and all dispose lots the- I t 1 former We are. can We the utilize hmo large theta'The t deakrs"Charter"in any in hwrsc Florida in a puwtr.dwwavs. aida t I ,'1 t.rI

can supply your wants at a sating to}ou.
benefits privileges, rights and franchises -
'. to strengthen tlnir appeal; aiit5 raft ect the standing guaranteed by the laws of the I Supplies:We altO; Pipes sell Marine; Fittings Engines etc. ; Motor Bout

} of your house f1\\n nr ) Jl fP)[1J/[[ costs State of Florida in the conduct. of Write for beautiful, illustrated catalog
aforesaid business.
the No.
.. nomorethan lJ' 1N 19J other Article 3. The amount of the 9p
good bond papers but no other bond poper will serve capital stock of said corporation shallbe =*==
you as well- Ten Thousand Dollars $10,000), FLORIDA GAS ENGINE
of hundred shares,
consisting one
R Co. which said shares shall be of par i t AND SUPPLY CO.
COUPON BOND book American Writing Paper
2*" WhU-fini.ho.and wwwmg color- j value of one hundred dollars ( $100)>> I' TAMPA FI.A ::1. f
***!*J1"M *r prints will U : Manufartureryofthel'mu i>er share, and said capital stock maybe ...
-.s =1wrth UleJlameOfalocalprint- ;
"whoeaQ.uppl.yYOIl-1f : in the World. paid for in cash merchandise
JQI _._. mercial 1'aper
glad- -04 on your business let lat.>r and services, all of which shallbe
; 29 Mi s. HOLYOKE, MASS. approved in value by the Board of -

Directors; said capital stock may be the undersigned incorporators, lie who is a great musician to the
in the discretion of said to-I
wit: C. S. Brown. F. E. world at large is probably considereda i
corporation in the sum of Twenty- V and W.
\V L. timer, Granberg
I five Thousand Dollars ( $%5.000). ten Jones shall compose the Board ol pest b> his neighbors.
per cent of which said capital stock Directors I
rtdItt fgf@ I shall be paid in to said Company be- Article G. The highest amount of Many men and women catch coldsat
tore the issuance of Letters Patent.
which the dances which terminate in pneumonia
indebtedness or liability to
Article 4. The term for which
l. I corporation can at any time subject and consumption. After exposure y
THE SUNSHINE of the Sunny South this corporation .is to 'exist shall beninetnme itself shall be twice the amount of Itscapital if Foley's Honey and Tar Is
I )'ears.I stock at said time actually
: I in bottled Coca-Cola. This great I Article 5. The regular annual paid in to said corporation. I taken it will break up a cold aad no

American drink has now become a I meeting of the stockholders of said Article 7. The names and residences serious results need be feared. Refuse -
a Invaluable in I corporation shall be held in the ofttael of the subscribers to the stockof any but the genuine ia a yellow
household necessity. l tlu Company in Live Oak. Florida, said corporation is as follows !
straightening out domestic trials and the tribu- .It) TII,'day alter the first Monday in package.
: l.tnuarof each year, at which time C. S. Brown. Live Oak, Florida, -
lations of housekeeping. From grandson to 'did t'cl.holders'sban; elect a Board twenty shares. Good is en a ; grandfather, it fills long-felt want and offers .1 i>ire'<'tors. and attend to such other, F E. Thomason, Live Oak. Florida, have.failed to win out OB any ether R
; iUrr- as shall properly come be- I I twentj shares.
Est f the needed for spring indispositions .
; platform.
invigoration i on' >aid stockholders in meeting Md I i W. H. Jones, O range Bead. Florida -
v : and over-taxed nerves. It helps to 11,'.'.' : and the Board of Directors twenty share I 'f

f I solve the "Servant Problem." .. 11':1.1: b\. said stockholders at said.i| V. Granberg Live Oak. FIorid'i.i i The evil of a thing depends larg" I'I ,:
thereafter practical.i
.re. as soon as i 1 twenty shares. H upon how great the benefits one
Cooks -i i elect a President, a Vice-Pre ;I
Bottled Coca-Cola Keep Even Treasurer t i W. L. timer Live. Oak. Florida. reaps, from ttBeautiful :
" '!'on and r Secretary and e
-I.e I last of which two offices may be : twenty shares. .
; i it :.d "Y one and the same person, and :. State of Florida .
iJ J J ; .it Ouch first annual meeting the County of Sawaaaee.I LineNew
oinl of Directors elected as afore-I I Before me this day personal U
for the cam C. S. Brown, }'. E. Thomason
,1 a. shall adopt by-laws gov-I
iiunent of the affairs of said coronation W. L. Timer. W. H. Jones and V. hand-painted China suitablefor
and until and before said!1 Granberg, to me well known who on wedding and Christmas presents -
live Oak Bottling Works Sole agents first annual meeting the business or'! oath deposes and says that they signed ,
!businesses of said corporation snail : and acknowledged the foregoing
Skirts, chilnden's ooats hats 1
1 ,,?tenon gives manufacturers a Conscience is about as sting with ,' oe President conducted and by a Secretary a President and, a treasurer Vice--i proposed charter for the uses and dress goods and laces a specialty.

I +ase for concocting some new its commendation as it is:: prodigalI I' and until said meeting, C. S i,' purposes therein Mt forth Standard patterns, fashion

"f. gip. I its blame. I Brown. Live Oak Fla., shall be President In Witness Whereof, I have here- sheets given away each month.

"'7'. I ---- ; F. E. Thomason. of Live Oak. Novtuber Ladies' and children's underwear -

|!]!Wrty disappointing to a woleave ,I If something was really to be ex'pected I' Fla. shall be Vice-President, and W. New line corsets.
Live Oak, Fla.. shall be B W. HELVEN3TON
? to catch most peoplIby [.. timer
+ anybody to get real- it seems I Notary Public. MRS. C. W. BACHE, Prop.ffE .
'Secretary and Treasurer; and all of I
.ul I I surprise. 1f
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I $ $ 999 fi -$-$___ .
to : -'-$-$- _
business Mr. Clarkspoke of ment in this, district every rear
of doing
the present stringency in financial maintain the system. i !
s conditions and gave it as his opinion special 811601100 to this matter, con- i
"' Published every Afternoon that it was a panic without a legiti- stantly urged the development of the i ConfidenceI +
; Sunday.
and felt that he had been of
-Ii'r mate cause as there was plenty of system I
\ money in the country when it was substanUal service to his constituentsin I \ 1:
CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and M'jT. brought on and there was never a the success that had attended his enthusiasm, which accounts for ::

t higher level of general prosperity. efforts. I *i' the ardor with which we are pushing I, :;J.t .
Catered at the rosioffice. Lire Oak But the shortage of currency was He also spoke about the much-talk-
Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter bill which he had introduced : '
here and it was a condition whichwe ed-about
L November 7. 1905. had to confront and provide in Congress to impose a tax upon t The First National Ba' ..A
It from
against. The government was aboutto Egyptian cotton to prevent
: issue $100,000,000 in 3-per cent coming into this country so ** **
i beI I. certificates: to relieve the situation, might not compete with our Sea Island i T Every safeguard is thrown around National '

THE mailed DAILY to any DEMOCRAt part of the wilf United I.and he ) tended to go to Washington cotton That bill had not been 1 i They are frequently inspected by agents of ihe.. _

i States paatage prepaid, for $5.00 this week, see the Secretary of passed, nor even reported back from s. troller of Currency, and are called on ta tiia i:

per year; $:.50 for six months; the Treasury and if possible set I the committee, and he didn't expectit there i J sworn statements to tyim five times each year
$1 25 for three months, or bO cents about $:OOOOO of those certificatessent I to be, for he knew that ; :
I they are under the direct supervision of the Nati
made by
revision of the tariff
for five week, in advance De- to the banks in this district was a
Iftered to any part of the city by which 'amount would be ample to the Republican majority a revision r i al Government, and its the staongest. earth ar

carrier, for 10 cents per week. i supply the shortage here He would certain to come after tbe Presidential r:.
I Safest Banking
- ._--- ask the rest of the Florida delegation election,. he could not expect an
rOM.IMSSMVN CLAKK'S SI'I'CII in Congress to join with him in exception to be made in favor of the I i I Best Methods,

y LAST MKUT. this request and believed that it single item of Egyptian cotton. But 'i \ for Up-to-date Service,

would be complied with. These his bill had Bt'fthe purpose he intended l Liberal Treatment. '
Last nighjt at the Invitation of the for it had been discussed
sbort-time, interest-bearing certificates I Conservative Methods. :-t
Board of Trade lion Frank Clark backed by the Government Iin committee and iU merits were so '
of Gainesville, our representative in distinguished Republican 1.A1ways the National Banks. prJ
are of course as good ill gold, and obvious that use They have
Congress from this d'strct addressed I heir sale down here to the amount I leaders had assured him that I pored in greater numbers than all other banking E-i
the ol Su ?nnee county at Sea Island
people stated would turn loose sufficient when tariff revision came t stitutions. l'l
courthouse this city. There I It
the in should be protected
money to tide us over until the returnof cotton '
Watch us our profits are now as l ei8"'l't
was a good audience present includ normal conditions. against; foreign competition. He grow,

I business I Next Mr Clark spoke of the high was opposed to a protective tariff as our capital was at our beginning. ,(
I hopes he entertained of securing thepassage I an orthodox Democrat but it was the I
1 Oak were well represented by those I of a bill during the coming law of the land and it would be folly : I fIRST NATIONAL.BANK !

I | in attendance. Mr. Clark has reasonto session of Congress, ordering the re- for our people not to get Its full I II .
be gratified at the character of his I benefits when they could ,
turn to the Southern States of the I I
audience, for it stood for the best intelligence of
other features
There were many
last sum of money nearly 70000. I I
of our people and was keenly 000\ of illegal cotton tax collected ; Mr Clark's address which we must i Live Oak I Florida. "

appreciative of the good points during and just after the war. The omit for want of space. It was an "
*made by the spt'aker.11". Hidley excellent, and convincing speech !
Court of the United States _
Supreme -$-$- -S> $-$-$- _S-.-$-""'
the meeting to order and ask- throughout, just the kind a sensible
had decided this tax illegal; the i
tiled L. E. Roberson to Intro- money' is lying idle in the treasury I constituent wants to hear from his "

;i, O Mr.I Clark, and the Colonel dis- awaiting the action of Congress; repeated servant In Congress, and just they VISIT THE FCPUL/R HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORT
cfeara d that function in a brief and efforts had been made tosecure kind, also, to show that the people I ." 5

I'nttrely appropriate address that action, but old politicaland made no mistake in selecting their
'rank Clark Is a man of Impres- war prejudices had always availed representative in Washington lie I DOWLING PARK!

I Ive appearance to those who look to defeat them, and the remark- will go back beyond question, and,
/beyond mere bulk and stature, and in the House he :
this already prominent j
able situation was presented of MWU' 00N UPON' THE SUMAN1FE RIVER ,
students of physiognomy would pick will increase that prominence untJl\\
immense amount of money belonging
him out In any crowd and want to to the cotton States, lying unused in he ranks among the leaders. Mr. i I Vlineral Springs. Hotel and Cotti'q f f

know more about him. Ills clean- I the treasury' because the Government Clark was congratulated on his ,: !
shaven, clear-cut features are of had no right to use it, and tho eStates speech last night and many in the HOT AN7: COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS. RXRQR
classical strength and refinement, and prevented from getting it for audience shook hands with him. He I' WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND I
there la a suggestion of courage and the )leaves Washington this week to be
better than war -
no reason prejudices I 17 MILES FROM LIVE OAK.ON LIVE OAKP HJ
purpose about his firm mouth and of a partisan majority In Con- ready for the assembling of Congress I RATES REASONABLE AGULF, COH'ECTION AT LIVE OAII WITUU.....]
penetrating eyes which the observ- gress. But Mr Clark says that those next Monday i
ing man will not fail to note. His prejudices are now practically out of iI I A DRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWLING PARK. FLORIDfl u ..MHH .: "
voice Is excellent, with a deep note Georgia has stopped talking about'I{ "
I the way, and he has the personal assurance '
In it invaluable to a public speaker I of Republican leaders that getting immigrants and has "gone I .

and his unassuming courtesy and they will help him to get a bill to glttin 'em." This dispatch from I II H"I ll i M I>****************.H-******** ll lt!
quiet deference for others and their through to give the money back to I Savannah of last Saturday tells the t+ -

opinions are traits which he has in the South during the coming sessionof story of what may be the small be-I t 1907 THE 1907 "
marked degree. lie gives the impression Congress. lie has put in a large ginning of a great movement that

of abundant reserve power, part of the past summer working on revolutionize Southern social and I,I Crescent Pharmacy l
, and his public career fully justifies this bill and getting up the law and economic conditions: ,
I that impression He doesn't "tear facts to support it and he now has the "The first lob of immigrants to be : + -

! passion to ttiers" when he talks, case so thoroughly prepared that he 'I' sent to Georgia, through the effortsof 'I, i LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
., nor mistake noise and gesticulation feels sure of success Nearly one mil- the Georgia ',Immigration Society i
for eloquence, but he can reach his I II lion dollars of this cotton tax will I Ii reache'fl here last night and after remaining I!I
,climax with ample emphasis and his 'i come to Florida and where the men here;several hours were sent i The Prescription Drug Store.
few gestures are always appropriateand : to different sections of the State .
I who paid the tax, or their heirs ran + -- -- --
help out the effect of his words I be discovered, it will be returned to I where th\y will be pat to work. The .i !

And moreover he tells a good story i them and In cases where they caa- I immigrant< 'aly sr likely looking lot :
I and his speeches are illustrated with noi be discovered the money can oe of men and n. They were mostly -- J

, abundant quiet humor and reminis- I I turned into the State treasury. .\Ustrlan! d Bulgarian They i if
''i effectively told and with the Savannah fromew Orleans Itiiiakoniidiffeu It makes BO
censes I }Ir. Clark also gave tome interesting came to : /
vvhoe wbal.
point always apparent to the dullest faNs and figures with referenceto where they were carried on a ship t: l we .. : Terence
understanding But it is noteworthy the remarkable growth of rural Mr John .V, Betejiman of Albany, + Mm1.Clllrclo. blank"ourdoo-
f above all else, that Mr Clark addresses free delivery in his district since he who has had the shipments of immigrants ;+ torwriteyour tor vv rites yoW
I :I: prescript ion eattecautillihenc
i the calm intelligence of his I took hold of that matter in 190;;. to Georgia in charge notified : f f prescrltior vvetanfilltbeatormtly
audience and is rabble-rouser appealing interested with him in their
t no The system was in its struggling infancy I those arrival <-ormtlv'. .
I to passions and prejudices to i then, with four or five camera that they were coming and they i

carry his points. lie talks like a and between $2.000 and $3,000 spent I were met by an Interpreter. The .. --- ---
r \ sincere man who thorough believed I annually to keep it up Now thr,> immigrants were a strong healthy i
: I .what he said and makes the impression i are more than fifty carriers and mOl looking set of men and women with

I 1 that his earnest desire as a public I than $30.000 spent by' the Govern borne sturdy children.' ,i
man is to promote the best interests .
-- -- Where filled at
You Get
Your Correctly
: of his constituents. So much for i Prescriptions

I ,,1 I Frank Clark, personally, congressman i: ,Reasonable Prices.
from the Second District of + I et as fill your pracnl>t ona and sell your drug store artIcleW.. wry >010-.
remain Clearing HouseWe + line of fresh and reliable Irood String 1111 your I'recn\>tl..n, to fill W. 6U them *
'J Florida, and quite likely to + rectiy at lowest prices. Phone us your order Prompt mnl reliable at nUon.
1 so as long as he wants the job. r fi :j: l'aIlONEjo, -2JO
. He had no prepared speech last :
night and spoke without notes in a CERTIFiCATES 0000 :i The Crescent Pharmacy,

pleasant conversational way touchingon
matters in which we all feel a .i LIVE OAK, FLO IDA. I
lively interest and telling us a good I
many things we didn't know before, i ':+J: P. S.-Use "fletcher's 66" for Chills and fever. No Cure, No Par- 1
and which we were glad to hear. wish to announce to our friends cus- **
intended to **+******+*+*+++++++*++++++++++.H 1111*****III-H *
, What is said here is not i tomers and to the public in general, that we I' J
be a report of the speech, nor evena -- -- ---.- i
! synopsis, but merely some of the. will be glad to accept ?

" leading the difficulty points of He getting first told legislation about t LIVE OAK CLEARING h BOUSE ASSOCIATIONCERTIFICATES j ji ; -= PAETY TICKETS i iI

through the Lower House of Congress
because under the Reed rules governing I 1
the I ++- : Oak to Dotting Par, on sale dailyat N '
parliamentary usage oH+.
: rate of 50 cents round with4linimum _
Speaker of the House was absolute a trip
master and no bill could be considered at their full face value on purchases of any : : ,.ot. I of ten fares. Call on ,

without first securing his consent goods at our store and in settlement of any I'IIIIUBt I I 1 I I I I 1 & tiket Agent Phone 152 for ..... ::1I

; no member recognized on the In fact are anxious to receive | I F.F.T. 1 \ \ \ 1\-, further information. ,.H+t.::144q'v6 r
floor no matter how loud he bawled account. we
for recognition to present a bill or .
make a motion, unless the Speaker :::: them. 1
chose to recognize him. The will of s' Y'M+aG r 3-s's>vnvvvb WH'is.i-- $-s.yrs i'--"H' $ I

the majority was absolute and the : \\lE SELL NOTHIN.C C>CCUI.T

will majority.of the Speaker Under such absolute circumstancesto over that ::1; j Suwannee Hardware Company, f t Health and Accident Insurance. .fl' J

get a bill through Congress was r Annu. Seati-Annual. Quarterly or Monthly fr n 1

an Immense task no matter what Its LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. PITTS & McEYYEN, General Agents, LIVE OAK flA.t!: j 1

merits. P. S.-We need a few more good Agents in North F. ra. '
Passing from a most entertaining: .
discussion of the House and Its way ,.. .v Ti+@Z- ..i il tFe wwfi

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HQlvenston Insurance Agency.

'' the last fifteen years hasp id to policy holders nearly $700.000.00. and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. |

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

f"IIJIIIIIIIIIIIII- "' M U .. i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n j< 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n in i n i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i in n 1 1 > n i I
'y Quite a numbaij of hunting parties i-mitiiiimnnHiint*|1i f fI
are being organized to I
spend Thanks ion dale
.; giving d ay |a thpVoods.

t70)1ET11EY GO. When Vofi have el4 c/ricaf troubles, -'--- I, I meL

;....- call J. C. )Ale. All calls iVaswere.i We offer at a : I SANITOLf
promptly bone 83. I\C. bJ.rgain':1 ii JEWELRY STORE, f J
Live Oak and Suwannee A.N room
U CoMty Gathered by the C. W Irvin made & business trip to modern com on is the place to buyyour ..
Itc rter. Jacksonville this I I 'I ft LAMES' I KVIC JOURNAL i:
morning He was south Ohio avenue. Most i wedding and t'
accompanied by his daughter, Miss I j VKVIAVS IIOME CCWAMJON:
uresents A
M desirable residence sectionof i ): :t i
ary.Mr. y\ I -. '
rew a na : : ;; ATl1f 1 \\ EVENING I POST
the If I I r
1s-ct 4 city. you :: : fi : tJ : : g U'LL''.IT.V I CLND"\TOR! .
and Ml$ s/j. Cribbs were contemplating I ;.:

is out bird hunting agreeably surprfcjw by the arrival of p purchasing j I+t. goods are' new being :r:I. I E
R a fine baby bovj at their home last a home in Live '::: come .' opened. Every .' IGSHTOLFMCTWFill I

moo I night : up to our office and let : : thing suitable for a it
-- H
.Barr o f P ry, is in the city I us show you this place. | handsome present. i r H
Hon W G &ntih, tlV? Government i ii _= in one of the coupons from
i basine Expert, left thm rnVrolng ,J. Prices are reasona- ;t I above Jourrals with our name as
Lake ble and quality is I Druggist, mail it to the SAMTCLIA ?
City where a nu\tlnkok the farmers I 1 l 0 RAT CRY, with One Dollar.
,of llmarth, is in the >
jicey of that section a<| Kyn arranged t i mW [ lW CO. :t guaranteed. Please :..1 u They will send you an 'order on I r ?
today. for him I do me the favor of ,.' us for the ten picducts. (Retail H
J value$2..0.) ,
H..loiute.of Perry, la register- getting my prices be Ii h
h today H B. Blunt, ofjthe Branford Mer- | :|J: fore you make ant : --- n f
the / cantile Co, was in (\w\ this morn j Lew if Building, Room 3. orer.J.D.RADFORDT. tl t.

iyoi ave ct al roubles' ing, making extenive miiVhases from [Phone No. 44. Suwannee
one of our leading raeVciiants. He +
4 ? ne ( \ 18'6tr HI
returned to his -:0-- .,
homeyon* the noon .

Cooper, of Lake City, is a train i Marshal Haddock' I -has'-a force-of I Drug Company I I i

I the Ethel today. ;men at work ft rimming the trees i if
Congressman fclarj: dnd Mrs. Clark,
along the str t\near the Democrat Tf i
who I I
BXJWtton, of Lake City, is accompan\'d r 1m here on his !office ::!'I' %111 dn :"iinmlll; I' lIj :%m'J'YIIEN :
visit toour, city left la morning for
C e Ethel today. I LIVE OAK FLA. il
Washington, wnLre tej go to the f ,
business opening of Congs-ea on next Ion- I IN NEED
Bovers trip
BoardV 11111111111+11
w day. \J The of Stewards of the ->'t
i Mount th&morning
Methodist Church'will hold their last i
Dr. John R. Stew aft, of Nashville.
e t 1 p adeC. Thanksgiving services at the Epis- regular Conferenceyear Tenn., will be \he Thanksgivingorator of nice Books, Bibles ]!
Church at the churA.
copal Thursday at 10:30 a. tonight at 7:30:
1 e 3. A18-6l at the Than
giving service
m. Offering for disabled clergymenand o'clock. A full >uee\ing is necessaryfor at Stationery Pic- .
I the Methodist
& wives and children the work. / Chuph on Thursday
C, Crent, otf Whittf Springs, la of decease night, 7:30 o'clock! IJon't fall to tures, Musical In- .11
at th Bthel today. clergymen All are cordially invitedto hear him. / \ struments, Picture !t
attend this service. it: In Open Litter.
Astray Cow and Calf. Frames Wall Paper j-
fames, of White Springs, j To the Member of the! :Methodist
_ The W. F\M. S. ise erving..the One brindle cow, with little whiteon School Books ;,.
; Jty on business today. I Church and Their Friends:-On I
"Week of PraVer." af the diet odist each hip; brass knobs on horns, I
Thursday, of this week ;
-Thanksgiving School and Office
Church, meetink each afternoon at and wearing leather halter has heifer -
nand, of Dowllng Park, Day'-at the Methodist Church,
2.30 o'clock. JFKe meetln/\ester- yearling of about same color with Supplies etc.
f ti;elty today on business. at 7:30 p. m., there will be a serviceof
day was cored fed by Mr/ DBardin \ O. brass ring in nose. Finder will I jI
praise and thanksgiving We
Eter'y bodyNjilyflnd} a welcome please return, or notify this office and
Crawley. of Hairs Mill, is a desire to remember, at that time, the regard. CALL ON 'Jr
and a profitable hour. get d2-\ l
Jea rliltor in the city today me namong us who hue been unableto r

provide bountifully for them-
t4 11 d of Tho Ga. Auction ering o' all and everything selves-the heroes of the.. itinerant UK M,\\' \CCI-I'T

tae? t f few nas4ile P{'c /at& Co.tKp Auctio Saturday Ilouse.Cut V If RW.evWy you. 1 Church ministry, South i of the with Methpdist,a I thank Episcopal offeringAn Is Relief of itooseveit's of- Powell--Clayton Candid-- In ey.Matter 1 ru[ : BOOK K & P Ri8 CO..

d wanted for two PriTate w a it, we ave it, and. at roir own offering will b/ t*ken for the Little Rock, Ark., November 26.- I r
[preferred. Write Box 414. tf'obcrts p prov d d it is bAter than theo Endowment Fund for Buperannuate Gen. Powell Clayton, Arkansas memo

fell s'. Comearugurery Preachers As you enjoy God's giftsto ber of the Republican National Com- C r COOK Managtr ;; } r
of Pine Mount I Satu aq and ee.d16t 'oufSl'I ;' will this S and Owner i iI
is a y ( you appreciate mittee, said today: I 'Inu.
rtrftor Ip the R. '. P tI & O. opportunity to "send to
city today. I' a portion "The president is the safest personwe
those for whom nothing has been prepared couldchoose, and in my judg-

Ljferer, of Luraville. is a Mr J:/.11 JIc Gee, of Wellborn and31r. ." b\' adding your contributionto ment, lie
visitor In the city today. P. D. Car Y, of E erson, were this cause and your presence to we could I securer to ,Become the 'a.l- a
:1 pleasant I callers] at th / emocrat office this service. Our superior choir will didate \t I itheyfart; for election. I ,

M. Clark, of Dowling L rTbej were in the city render appropriate music and Dr. can makeJno' Calculations as to the instructions The refractive defects of the .g-e I

.bin the city shopping today. \I
d TK. G. Smith, of the will address us Come. You will be Arkansas_delegation, but I predict it specialty.
< of Gainesville, 'United States Department of \gncul- I benefited Yours truly, I will instruct for Roosevelt if he will Office at Barclay & Groover Drug ; ;

s o in town toda y. 'ture. I II DUTILU I atcept the honor." Store. d-w

1 S. ,
Brown -
turned last night -
U business 1:11I111:11:: :: IIm: : ::m;:::: :: : ;:: imlnnlnlnllmUI"dJI'; : ;::: ;:::: : ::: ::i_: : : I:: i ii :::;JI : 11; Ii i":1: I I n
trlj to Jacksonville. ;; n I :I :: :; ::: :: : 1 %

Buy Your Thanksgiving Linen Now 1J
a on Pressing Club, neat I
Short notice. Phone 222 ltfot

u lamb, McAlpln, is here EMPORIUM. I

r r:. r d Jif visit with home folks.

' .a U the city shopping today

It isn't a bit too early, especially when worthy linens like Ten dozen 12 1-2 cent towels at 9 cents. Twenty- I

0o r. of Valdosta, Ga. is these can be had at such unusually low prices. Those five cent to thirty-five cent linen and both towels at 19c.

nele. E. P, Groover. who know our linen bargains of the past will be the firstto

IWarren: ,_of the Hurst neigh- profit by this opportunity. SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES. i

J ii to the city on business $1.50 grade pure Irish linen table damask $1.35. $1.25 81x90 best quality sheets at 89c. 10 quarter sheeting,

I II I quality reduced to 98 cents. $1.00 grade marked down best grade 33c. pr ,yard. 10 quarter unbleached sheeti i

-rd to 85 cents. Mercerized table damask worth 60 cents ing 25c. per yard. 45x36 best pillow cases J5c. Hem- : f
returned from a All linen reduced about 20
ihlt With his family in reduced to 48 cents. napkins istiched pillow cases 25c. ,i
per cent. Prices from $1.25 to $3.75 a dozen; values up


Bevan. vf the Antioch
.).iS *business visitor in the Mill ends of Irish linen table damask, two to four yards Are undcrprieed. We will not quote prices. See the i

VL' I | lengths worth a dollar per yard at 60 cents. I display tables. i


_today es. of, attending Oxford to Fla.busi-. Is I Every Display Table will Contain Special Values for the Ladies.

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la fd,*9t business the Camp visitor Ground la CLEARING HOUSE CERTIFICATES GOOD AS GOLD.


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An ordin )cg 66.a penalty FLORIDA RAILWAY :'"

on phvsiclai; 2 to report to Live Oak, Perry << hull R. R. Co. J.c

the Mayor dti.t of Live Oak, Time Table No. 20 r ,

certain InfecilCa or contagious diseases 0/ _

coming within his practice The Mineral Springs Route. Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. M., 19r( ; s""
within said City. ALL SCHEDULES OF
and City Council of the City of Live tad Clan RSTCLUS ScIIElI'L}.: rntSTCtJSS tadClua .

Oak. Florida: Fit Frt EFFE'EI1'F -- -- Frt Frt 1110.1 No..L Nail NI.-

t' Section 1.-Whoever, being a licensed andraces PasaPasa I, _!_Paso rasa _Pas, v(l'T. :i, 1907 :Ipaaa rasa Pass Pass I!!p. I, ;. 4ixedd Except ygt I I Express and I STAr10N3: ,Vaa ExWytcnndar

or practicing physician within 3 9 5 1 13 21214161418'A.MiP.M aily. nib s

Ii the City of Live Oak. Florida fails A'M A.M P.M P.M A.M A.M A.M P.M TOO a ml 4 30 p m',Lv.___..._L ye Oak_..... _'_ _Ar.160'
; to report immediately to the !STATioNS ,_ 720 a ml' 41 pmlLv._..._...._....._.-. _.Porter.. .. ............ .... .Lv ie>9 t t
Mayorof Daily ex D ex Sun :; 0-;; Sun; ;;; Dailies 7 40 a m 4 55 p n ,Lv.?, .,._.-......-._._. __.......".,.L.. iO io t>t
said City every case of yellow fever Sunday Sun only I Sun only only only i I LArAr I.e a m 5 08 p ....- irkland.. ..... .....,.-1x.1010st t
mIAr.w .,...... .
I small pox. cholera, dlptheria Lve I Lye Lye Lye -! Ar Ar'1 1, ArI._!:. 10-2'1 00 a a n m ii S 520 19 9 p mlLY ,......._..-wilmarth...w ..Wilmarth.__-...-.Ar.Lt,10 t 00 n.t t

scarlet fever, and scarlitina that 1 45'U'' 10 415 ........Live Oak_............1-, 101150 Ii SO'' 400 1085 a 111 li2.lpmLy -.Suwannee Riser.........._Lr. t 66 a t t
8051130 C 11 I.. ......... StalT........., .. 5511i30 Ii 35/1/ %5 S 3. 1014! a m Ii 30 p m Ly ..._Norwood-_. ... L. t 161 t C
within his practice, within said 8 10'1135' 4 37 330 102S a 540 At..n. & ---- -- Ly
pm t
..... .. mil i0
.Mercer....... .....' 9461125 5i2320a ........ I t t I
city, shall be punished fine of 1511 40 92!> J 55 C 40 ...Platt....... 9 43 11 22 Ii 3 15 b %i 11 15 a m 6 U pm Ly -KaY o-.. Ar. t i7 t e
by a s 3o 1150 9 ft 205 CliO 1'- "' 091 300 10 1128 a m 5 n p 11Ly_ .. -----Lan Peel, .._........ Ly. 110 .
J'comes La 9 5211 12 ....._.. ..... a
not exceeding Five Hundred I Z 10 caater..1 310 1116 a m Ii 61 pm L. .SaIt Road.---- L.. 'IS.
($500) 8 CS,1% 1 9 CS Z 10 Ii 00 3 00:....., Dowling Park ......, 9 %3 110511 i5 6..1 2 '5I' : 00 1200 III 610 p m L._.__.Aakol6__._Lv. 1 q a t. .
Dollars, Ly----. --Charlton. ...
or by / 1210
imprisonment not Pili' .L.
ex- 17 pm -- tqt
8 50,1215,, 9 52 2 44 5 o4 3 04 ........-Clianrey',.......... 91S l' is a.. 4 235,; 12 20 Pili' Z7 pm Ly. -----w-- _.Keene.--... Le s II r.

I ceeding ninety (9 Q) days or both 8 SCSI 65,1, 20 10 Z Z Ii U Ii Ii 11 J5 310Mayo...............Day Junction........, ....,i 808to 80510 50 45'11 33 C 35 230, 23: 1250pm641paLv--123G P m 635 p'" Ly-Fnhollow&7.L".. D.nmark.---: ......'_L... 6. 8 r t t t
fine and imprisonment, at the ... ..... ... 18'. I
9151 300 529..s601039 Z 19 100m IS sn pm Ar.. --..---..-- perry --. _-1... 511
discretion I 23 ....._;ownsend_.., .. 2111 t s t
of the Mayor. I 4 a a Z3 ou Ii Ii 2 43! .........- m th... .... .....: 85010 32 1 1.4.
; Sec. 2.-That this ordinance shall 957 a 41 IS 01 .1...,..F.l\holleway..... : 8 8 a JC 10 956 14 1371 Luraville Branch
10 a> COOlS 17 ...PelT7..._........: 800 I 40 120.
& become effective Immediately upon its 10 351 415 6 30 ...Hampton Sprints...t 1 CS 9 25 100 Between Lnraville and Wilmarth.
by the Council and
passage approved West
If I by the Mayor. 2 MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. Bound I i tr .

t'1 4 30 a .-.--._ -. ..Wilmarth
Attest: P.M'A.M'I! P.M' A.M'P'M P'MLYe 8 lie) 'mIL".__.. _.-LaraYilJe
S. P. C. H. BROWN I ',
MAYS I 1 Lye 0i Ar Ar Ar
!pity Clerk. Pres. Council., 12 20 10 ooL +: _...Mayo Junrtion.... 113+ 135 235 Alton Branch
1- y -
I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the Cityof 1232 10 10 I I 3 20! ........... Dell ........,_ 11 n 4 25 Z 23 Between Mayo and Alten.
lZ 401015 I 3 21// ........."r..tenoR_......... 11 14 419 2 1
Live Oak Florida do hereby cer- 12 5010 2S 3 ...._......_Ma"o..._........ 11 06 410 Z 05
Bond. I
tify that the foregoing Ordinance, No. r --'-1-- --a=--1 40, ............. ._. ......... I Ito
lZ 6510 3(} 1 Altoo 1101 4 05 1 65 40 a ....._.._...-...... -)f.yo.10 .-.. .....-.Ace
66, was regularly passed by the City A.MP.MIA.M:1P.M P.MP.M, A.M A.M A.MP.M P.M P'1I 5CI a m Ar.- Alton.- Ice O>f j
Council on the 6th day of Novem- -
D ex D. I iD ex Sun D ex Sun Sun Sun D ex D nIOn17
ber. A. D. 1907 and the same is here- Sun un Only Sun Only un On y Only Sun un Train scheduled to connect with aboard Air Line west bound and Atlantic CM*!L,;"i
: bound at Live Oak. For information regarding rates schedule*and connection apply to certified to the Mayor for his ap- 3 1 9 ,i I 5 1 i 13 2 12 14 16 4 8 T. P.ALSTON.Superintendent. =-- F.P.WOODWAM,G.F. fcj r-

Witness my hand and the seal of Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic ,.

said city this 6th day of November, Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connections .

A. D. call on any ticket agent.J. Can Write :
You Ghost
1907.S.. P. MAYS, City Clerk. LEE ENSIGN, Prt' idt>nt. R. P. HOPKINS. Traffic Manager. a Story? .

Examined and approved by me, I :

this November 6th, A. D. 1907. fectious diseases in the City of Live approval.
No doubt you know one have been tell- "
J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor.ORDIX.XCE Oak, and providing penalties.BE Witness my hand and the seal of
for We will 1--1ing I
IT ORDAINED by the Mayor said City this 6th day of November,, years. a

XO. 07. and City Council of the City of Live 1907. CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor \\'i
An Ordinance Requiring Railroad
Oak, Florida: S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
Companies Owning or Using Tracks the best Ghost Story written by youngor 3
Sectlonl.-Whenever any case of Examined and approved by me this
Across Ohio Avenue in the City of old male or female.
yellow fever, small pox, cholera, dip- November 7th, A. D. 1907.J. ,
Lire Oak, Florida, to Provide a The only condition is that each contestant
theria, scarlet fever or scarlitina B. JOHNSON, Mayor. ; I

Flagman for said Crossing, and shall develop or exist in the city of send Fifty Cents for a years subscription ',\
Prescribing his Duties, and Impos- OKDINANCK NO. ;
614.n .
ing Penalties.Be Live Oak, the patient, and all mem- to THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly i

bers of the household exposed to the .\ Ordinance Requiring the Payment publication at Live Oak Florida.
it Ordained by the Mayor and 4
same, shall be Immediately placed of a License Tax by Any Person
City Council of the City of Live Oak The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;
under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector t'etsons Firm
or Corporation who
Florida: it has a will of its own, and stands on a plat-
under the direction of the Purchases or Contracts for the
Section 1. That the railroad and form in
unique policy and The
Mayor and Sanitary Committee of Purchase' of Clearing House Certificates principle. .J
railway companies owning or usinga
said city. and the house where such in the City of Live Oak, first number will appearNOVEMBER f.
line or lines of main or side tracks
patient shall be, must be quarantinedas loriila, at Ix s than the Face FIRST .1
across Ohio Avenue in the city of
effectually as practicable and dan- Value Thereof, and Imposing
Live Oak, Florida, and operating Write Oil one side of 'not
only story
ger signals in the form of red flags J''lUlltrUr the Violation Hereof.Be paper ;

trains thereover, be and they are shall be placed around such infected I it ordained by the Mayor ana to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close ,
hereby required to furnish and keep
house, houses or quarters, and all City Council of the City of Live Oak.
stationed at the ,Ohio Avenue street ISth J908.
inmates thereof, exposed to infection Florida:
crossing of such tracks in said City, and winner will be announced in the March
be and they are hereby required Section
1. It shall be
flagman or watchman from the I unlawful fo; '
to remain in such infected number. Send in your subscription at once.
our of six o'clock in the morning any person persons, firm Or corporation J.
house houses or quarters or within
until the hour of eight o'clock in the i to purchase or contract to purchase THE

evening of each and every day. such infected district as may be under within the city of Live Oak, SOUTHERN CYCLONE,

Section 2. That it shall be the quarantine until such time as Florida any of the Clearing House:

duty of said flagman or watchman to they shall be able to produce a cer- Certificates issued by the trustees ot Drawer 30 Live Oak, Ila.M t
tificate from some practicing physician -I the
Clearing House Association
remain at said Ohio Avenue street composed -
crossing 'at all times between the I: that all danger of infection is I of banks doing business in the
I past and that the infected house,
I ctof; Live Oak }Florida at and fora
tours mentioned in Section One of
1 1 1 n i MI *
n- -- -- -
houses or quarters, and their contents 4 I1''I '
less than the
sum face
this Ordinance, and to keep lock-out I value ottuc'i
have been thoroughly disin-
for all approaching engines, trains certificates, unless: such person,
fected, or until such time as the State
and cars across said crossing and to persons, firm or corporation shall
Board of Health shall have taken have I SEABOARDAirline l
watch for all persons crossing the first paid to the Tax Collecto
charge of and raised such quarantine; of the
railroad tracks at such crossing and City of Live Oak a license tax
provided that this prohibition may of Five
Hundred Dollars and
to give timely warning or signal to procured
not apply to any individual adult 01 I-
a license from the said
such persons of the approach of all city.

trains, engines and cars. That any member of the family who producesa Section! 2. Any person, firm or Railway.

violation on the part of such watcn- certificate from some practicing corporation or the officers thereof I j
physician that such member has not
man or flagman of any of the duties I who shall purchase Clearing Houfe 1 Savannah Columbia
bee exposed to infection and that Certinates without first Camden Southern Pines,
imposed by this section stall subjecthim paying the
there is no danger of such member license tax and Raleigh, RichJt1ondVashington Baltimore,
to a fine of not exceeding One procuring a licenserom ,

Hundred Dollars or imprisonmentnot communicating said disease. : the city, as provided in the pre- Philadelphia and New York.
Sec. :.-That violating ------
any persons edmg ----- -
section be punished by -
exceeding ninety das, or by both
such fine and imprisonment, at the any of the above provisions of the a fine not exceeding Five Hundred

discretion of the Mayor. preceding section shall be fined not Dollars, or imprisonment for a period j T\VO\ ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY

exceeding five hundred ($500.00)dollars
Section 3. That this Ordinance not exceeding ninety days, or by both

shall become effective on and after or imprisoned not longer than uch fine and imprisonment in the

the 15th day of December, A. D. ninety days or by both such fine and discretion: of the Major. ; Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

imprisonment, at the discretion of the
1907. Section :. That this Ordinanceshall
Major, and in addition, such person ---- --- --
Passed by the City Council of Live immediately upon its j

Oak. Florida, this 11th day of November shall be isolated under guard until passage by the Council and approval t Modern : Pullman
1907. such time as a practicing physicianmay :1)' the Major. 3 : Equipment. '

certify that danger from infection ,

President City Council. is past. President City Count'1Xttest. .

Attest: S. P. MAYS. Sec. 3.-That any physician who : S. P. XA YS. City Cterk.I. The Jamestown Exposition Line
shall willfully make false certificate |
any .
City Clerk.I S. I" Mays City Clerk of the

S. P. Mays City Clerk of the I under the provisions of this or- City of Live Oak J.'orida. do hereby f I NORFOLK, VA.
; d'rance conviction the .
upon by May- '
:ertiu that the foregoing Ordinance
City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby I
i i or shall be punished by a fine, not exceeding :- Excursion
\n > was regularly passed Tickets
bj the
certify that the foregoing Ordinance : on Sole Daily .
five hundred dollars or Im- City Council on the 18th day of :: I _
No. 61 was regularly passed by the o\- I
pnfoned not longer than ninety day, I
ember. A. D. 1907
same is For
City Council on the llth day of November fun information and
; or both such fine Sleeper reservations !: any agent
i and imprisonment of r.L
A. D. 1907, and the same is hereby certified to tne Mayor for hisapproval. i i Seaboard, or write,
: at the discretion of the Mayor. .
hereby certified to the Mayor for his f S. C.
approval. Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall Witness my band and the seal or I EOYLSTON. JR., Asst. Gent Pass. Agent J.,.' r ,:]e'jt FIB

i take effect immediately upon its passage said City this 18th day of November I > '.IH.>JLLU'H Hill
Witness m.hand and the .1 M-+i
seal T
of : LJ : t 1 III 1 i. U"U I4fAdyersiselAdvei
bthe Council and approval by A_ D. m?. -
said City, this 11th day of November, :: ,
1907. S. P. MAYS I the Mayor. S. P. MAYS City Clerk.

City Clerk. i.: Attest: Examined and approved by ntve, this

S. P. MAYS C H BROWN. November 18th, A. D. 1&07.J. .
Examined and approved by me this !! !
City Clerk. Pres Council.I B. JOHNSON
tne ISth day of November A. D. '\i Mayor.
S. P. of the
Mays, City Clerk
1907. J. B. JOHNSON
}or.ORDINANCE I City of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby Genius is scarce unless there hap- \

certify that the foregoing Ordinance :>ens to be a society fad for geniuses. Have
you anything to sell? ?
i Do want to buy
NO. 07. No. 67, was regularly passed by the you .

An ordinance In relation to the I City Council on the 6th day of November Cupid costs a lot more married Have you "lost" or "found" anything? ;

public health and to prevent the A. D. 1907, and the same If than he does during the period of

spread of certain contagious and In-I hereby certified to the Mayor for his courtship. An 'ad, in the Daily will meet your demends. 4


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I I "Why, mother!" exclaimed the The Husband-Probably has more .. i ,
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that" I Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new Iu I
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''seryice on all trains. I night that he was 'too hateful foi We are pleased to announce that purifies the breath, cures headache I: !.ti .tr

anjthing.' "-Philadelphia Press. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, and regulates the digestive organs. ;

colds and lung troubles is not affect- Cures chronic constipation. Ask us J if

AppendicitisIs ed by the National Pure Food and about It City Pharmacy. dw' ;

C CONSULT THE "PUKPLE FOLDER" I due in a large measure to abuseof Drug law as it contains no opiatesor r
With old age comes the knowledgeof
t, the bowels, by employing drastic other harmful drugs, and we recommend -

purgatives. To avoid all danger use it as a safe remedy for lost opportunities. +

. r only Dr. King's New Liver Pills, tha children and adults. City PharIf -
+ For Best remedy for mothers to use isKennedy's
detailed informotion schedules rates '
f : safe, gentle cleansers and invigor-
{ Laxative Cough Syrup It
ticket to headache a man has no stow at home it'sup
f.'and. Guaranteed cure
reservatione nearest ators.
: see your circus. tastes nearly as good as maple sugar,
to him to patronize a
malaria and ,
t agent, or write or call on fi biliousness, I it contains no opiates. Sold by Live
jaundice, at Barclay & Groover drug novdA
Oak Co.
a store. 25c. nOV-dW' America Is the land of the free, Drug
=1.. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, it where one must pay for everything --
,. : worth crank is a person who thinks you
Is NIIIU! having
Live Oak FJorida.
I are a crank.
Obadiah-Looks as though this
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the dark
-----OR- -- ---- here man Hughes wuz ,
t: Experience begotten of matrimony i
'.. 2t the preserdential t'aml aignHezikiah talking, you can't beat Herbine for
JANK C. BOYLSTON, District Passenger Agent -Dark hose nothin" He's the liver. The greatest regulaterever is a great teacher.Take

Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. the red auttymobile, b' gosh!-Puck.He offered to suffering humanity. If some good reliable and sate

you suffer from liver complaint If dIgestant' like KODOL for dyspepsia.

m'p: ::: !!! !! IIvfi Fought at iettsuurg. I IDavid I you are bilious and fretful, its your
ill:::: Ii : : :: KODOL is the best remedy known today -

Parker, of Fayette, N. Y., liver, and Herbine will put it in its for heart burn, belching and all

I I who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: I. proper condition. A positive cure for troubles arising from a disordered

Real Electric Bitters have done me more I Constipation, Biliousness, Dyspepsia digestion. It is pleasant to take and
}: Estate For Sale. good than any medicine I ever took. I.and all ills due to a torpid liver. Try affords relief promptly. Sold by i ik il in

stomach I.a ottle and you will never use anything *
Eoij For several years I had Live Oak Drug Co. nov
; else. Sold by Suwannee Drug
much !
p -- trouble, and paid out money

kb Jri acres joining town on Columbus road. for medicine to little purpose until ,, Company. ,nov-dw The strongest proof of a big man

* wre and twentg on Rock road adjoining cemerery grounds. I began taking Electric Bitters. I I is his indifference to the arrows tIM

e1 acres one mile north of Court House on Rock road. would not take $500 for what they While the telegraph annihilates little fellows shoot at him.
roared mile from Court house.eboiee .
residence rcres, one have done for me." Grand tonic tot distance, the messenger boy kills
? lots on Duval street.
i -e* residence lot on Georgia avenue. I. the aged and for female weaknesses. time. If Washington couldn't tell a lie
*'* on upper Spring road, three miles from Live Oak. I Great alterative and body builder; he must have been an easy mark for
>-m d-w
be pven on purchases. I. sure cure for lame back and weak Cured of IJriglifs Disease.Mr. the politician with promises.

I. J. W. SPERRINGS. kidnejs. Guaranteed by Barclay &. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N.
Groover druggist. 50c. novdwA Pneumonia Follows a Cold
Y., writes: "Before I started to use

e+,.. __ _ -i Foley's Kidney Cure I had to get up but never follows the use of Foley's
1OFESSIONAL L. A. CKAWFOHD, i woman is seldom satisfied with trom twelve to twenty times a night Honey and Tar. It stops the cough,
CARDS. she make herself -
STENOGRAPHER, : a purchase unless can and I was all bloated up with dropsy heals and strengthens the lungs an-1

flBR6IE PUBLIC I believe that she got more than and my eyesight was so impaired I 'prevents pneumonia City Pharmacy
Office Upstairs her money's worth.-Chicago News
I could scarcely see one of my family nov* .3
(JJ" Citizens! Hank lluilding. across the room. I had given up l
LIVE OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA. i IU Charitable hope of living, when a friend recom-

,-- ET&CoUNSELoRATLAW. i to jour horses as well as to )'ouneI!. mended Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50 !

I.'aIl f the COllrta of the States Spec- I any sort-jour horse need not suffer. fore I had taken the third bottle the

-......ii'All.. to bonneu Cennrancea.promptl Collection mttcndPrauc Practical Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment dropsy had gone as well as all other

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts symptoms of Bright's disease." City

STATE AT f AICL Bakersfield Mo., writes: "1 Pharmacy. nov-dw ,

35 year's experience have used jour Liniment for ten t
,1. W. WEST Good stock of Watches always on hand. years and find It to be the best I ,
:) __d But the woman with a history is..
&nand Surgeon. _-There Is-Xo-Reason--- have ever used for man or beast. never anxious to dispose' of a copv I

n should be thin, and Sold by Suwannre Drug Co. nov-dw
Building Ohio Avenue why jour baby The original x

at Ethel HoteL fretful during the night Worms are A Significant Prayer."May .
No.168.N babies. It When a man tells how be has been
of thin, sickly LAXATIVE
cough remedy.
the cause
_Z3 or 168- natural that a healthy baby shouldbe bunkoed he arouses more curiosity the Lord help you make I 1n
**. Is Bucklen's Arnica Salve known to
Ularclu .
Groover)No.1' fat and sleep well. If jour baby than sjmpathyThe I For coughs, cods, throat and lung
all," writes J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel
I' I Xo Nun-alcoholic.
troubles : :
retain Its food, don't experiment "p.ite
rt F.E.TBOMASON does not and other Postmaster of Gascoaado, Mo.. Hill, X. C. It quickly took the pain Good fur evrrybody. Sold everywhere.
with colic cures
,& THOMASON, bottle of White's Daniel A. Bugh, says "I cannot say out of a felon for me and cured it in I The genuine
but try
medicine, and will soon too much for your Kidnej & Bladder a wonderfully short time." Best on I FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is In
r Cream Vermifuge you man." Do- earth for sores, burns and wounds. tYeliowpackage. kefuseaubstitutes.Prepared .
have color and laugh as Pills. I feel like a new
SURGEONS, se your baby Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are J5c at Barclay & Grover drugstore only by
it should. Sold by Suwannee nov-d nov-dw' Foley & Company, Chlcai J
nov-dw' sold by Live Oak Drug Co.

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LUME, IstVicc-Prcsidcnt. J. B.BARTON, President. H. M. WOOD, Chairman, Finance: Cb&C. .
. l I' BYRD, 2nd Vice-President ARNOLD P. MICKLER Cashier.
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