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:
December 2, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


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

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ria., Nof 90.-Thomas Guthrie Okla.. Nov. 30.-In re-

fwd Mai manager of spouse to the call Issued by Governor

Ui died this aft- Haskell. the lawmakers of the new 4"

M4 rol paralysis of State are gathering for the first session -

EI. w bor>, In Quiney, of the Oklahoma Legislature

L ; way) educated at which convenes Monday. The Legislature -

liar H. W t s connected Is composed of 100 Representatives -

Express Company and U Senators. The Republicans -

d mtfniiyr the posif 41 have only 17 members of the

the entire State House and 5 members of the Senate.

M in the mercantile Farmers are In the majority next

h Js.kaou 'ik. He\Btarteda come business men. tten lawyers.and i

; f psr. Newt Herald physicians about equally divided and

In My, 1878. school teachers. Many Indian citizens

11. bas wu transferredPub and Intermarried whites are included

_14a7. in the personnel of the lawmaking

.ad mined all body of the newest commonwealth.While .

city under enough work has been laid

tk. alone he bethenews- out by the Constitution to keep the

busy duj Ing p cticallyIts
11s f the State entire\ession It cert In that a

.1 tha pet the host of othXr mess es /1I be pre-

the itiment of sented. Proftably 0 of he first of

ma jtars. 4 i these will be A"Jli law, providing
IA111 health'kepteontinu Ie at coa e for negroes.

which waslettout of the Constitu-

r tmoon, tion only because ft I fear that Its t

t+fl- the f it door i l S nclusios wo 1d ret the document

led eon- unacceptaV e \p Prj sent Roosevelt.Legislature .
i'of hb death. Senator ClinVjCrahW will father the +

a aflon, a "Jim Crow" prop ition, as he did tin
1 4 federatethlafaty. rr" iutnt rioo.evo.UA.. I recently remarked at N*.hvill., Tenn. 'During the s'A'.n mvnth et n"/ the constitutional convention. '
term III' on.c e tnis policy shall ae p.rsrv.r.a m wtrvingiyl'"
ail t gNtber of *. Senator Roy Stafford editor ot the
F.rnerian EagUi' "J.>hoshaphaU Partndg in Punch.
Bedaughters I Oklahoma City Oklahoman. Is also expected

t to Introduce a separate coach

l ajrf Helm M Mk George JOE CANNON/llEXOMIXATKD; SWRARI.VG S DEPUT1E8 CAR INSPECTOR KILLED. and waiting-room measure. Some

F KvHvSu MM two Brothers, modifications will also be made In

C Stec twy candUate for ty Republican Caucus as Speaker of Alabama May liMbey Federal In- Tragic teeth of W. T. Cole in A. C. the present law providing separate i

'.t fVrida, and Ion.\Telfair I the House. junction Cjranted by Judge L. Yards at Ocala. schools, and efforts will be made to
ibitI Senator, of Jackson- Jones. pass a measure that will result In tho
Washington, Nov. 30.-Hon. Joseph Montgomerf, Ala., NOT 28.-The (Ocala Star, 30th.) disfranchisement of at least a considerable

Q Cannoti of Illinais was tonight only develop nt of the day in the
>HM M of CL WiUiam Ten The car inspector and repairer for portion of the negro population -
.f IiaUd lphia/a West nominat by the Republican members injunction salts of the rail lines the Atlantic Coast Lire Railroad for of the new State.

,+x1o MV tcrvke in the Florida of the house of representativesfor against the State!laws is the contin- the Ocala yard met instant death this The question of the permanent

r'disUnctfoa. f. settled his third term as speaker and ual swearing in/of deputies by the afternoon at 3:30 at the passenger location of the State Capital will also

'{ th MI early '40*. At the he will DA re-elected to that office United States arsha1. depot crossing nearly opposite the doubtless occupy considerable time

th. Civil War/he entered upon the reconvening of the houseat Governor Gbmer is on a hunting Cafe restaurant. during the session although it is gen

lU Army and became a 12 o'clock Monday. The nomination trip and.cannpt be located. There are two "erslons--one is, erally believed that Guthrie will be

ktoa'i mother, before was made in\a caucus held In : It is well known that the additional he was on the steps of the passenger able to hold its own against rival

vaa\Uia Ju 'a Telfair, the house of representatives, which i deputies are being sworn in in train as it moved south and was cities. Both the Farmers' Union and

N. P. Thomas was one was attended by practically all of the order to be really for any violation caught under a freight car that the the labor unions have established

226 Republican/ members. The of the court's order as well as to engine was switching; the other !", lobbies and will be active during the

Lies marriediin 1877 to caucus was called to order at S serve s. It Is given out he was alongside of this moving car entire session.

_ 'Lawton. daughter of o'lock by Representative Hepburn of that the court determined there slipped and fell under the car. He

Ui| a. of Mac Ga.KILLED. Iowa..who pr Slded' shall be the cost absolute observ- was dragged fully the length of the SOUTH GEORGIA ROAD

The other Jbmcers chosen were ance of its order, which, it Is antic car was stopped. His leg

Alexander McDowell, Pennsylvania ipated here wkll be disobeyed, the was cut off\nd his body disemboweled
I Running to Perry }Florida
IIAY beinA Reported
sentiment that a test case is
clerk Fran B. Lyon. New York and presented a terrible sight *
doorkeeper; iHenry Casson. Wisconsin desirable. \ The report Vf the fatal accident to lie Sold to A. 15. & A. Line.

h Fgtae In Yard sergeant al arms and Samuel W. Judge Jones aId Attorney General spread with liahtnin /like rapidity Waycross. Ga., Nov 30.-The ." ,

At fiiaal. Langum Mfaneiota, postmaster.The Garter were it> conference until a and in a fww. mlnut/s several hun
South Georgia and West Coast Railroad -
,, ( I Metropolis.) applica Jon of lion. Peter A. late hour tonight, after which the dred persons Had /me to the scene
from Adel Ga., to Perry Fla.
Porter of the \hirjy-fourth districtof I attorney general gave out the following of hla death. fir/Cole has been In
II.l a Seminole In- will, according to well grounded re-
to the statement: of th for
New the-employ company many
.5. ports in railroad circles here be
ra and Instantly klll- rejected "I discussed with Judge Jones the purchased
caucus was Mr. Porter was years and was r spected and esteemed
> ..11.. of the Florida elected as an independent. and had time and mode\of hearing the new for bis"falth ulnes8 to duty. He and operated by the Atlanta
JU the "Y" In the Birmingham atfd Atlantic just as
ay at in they railroad litigation.
of his pleadings
the support af tlje Democrats leaves a wife ana several
$f of the city about sis district. XothwIUUtending this fact, The first question to be decided is One of the heart-rending scenes soon as the h'ones pVint now under construction -

Min at at, his body being horrl whether the bills should be allowed from a nea the Geor-
he sent a letter to .the chairman of Del was when his son hat off, hair disheveled -
gia and Alabama gate I lUe to Birmingham

the Republican cau'ius claiming to If they are allowed they will came rushiug to the scene and A0 nt4 JBnlshed.

tie Indian was lying be a Republica aid asking to be become part o{ the original action and the sobs and shrieks of agony are Stoni/es/ This
line which Is aboM
&. tr ck and was run over and in their allowance the original his the loss by "
admitted to a sea*. \ that escaped lips, as rushed linki
a connecting the
***** which was making Mr Bputelle'i pomtaatlon of the pleadings will b admitted. across his mind. Rev. C. C. Carroll Tamua

1 northbound train A general "I have not geld any conferencewith met Henr.. and did all that mortal Northern, tender thy management fW.
sneaker caused very .
popular B. Denh
.nj, forfnerly of the Atlantic
h faatfttalaed at the 'Y"t.j it appeared thatno the other counsel for the State. man could do to appease his
:applause an4 widen Coast Line ould
give the
M1 ? the man as the further nominations were to be I expect that after the return of Gov. I heart-breaking grief Atlanta
Birmtnghanf and
Ms a f'Oahlnl but too late Mr. Cannon was chosen by Comer a conference of the state's Mr Cole was a faithful and esteemed anew
proposed and direct route to
-I tU I counsel will be held and some coarse Tampa and
tragedy The legs lay Odd Fellow and Woodman.
acclamation.To the west coast of Florida. That
.*** sad both were cut off.I ; coliea' ue. II S. Boutelle of action determined upon.
his the intention of the
_ I I body bring crushed "The bill filed by the Central present management
fell the duty of placing Mr Cannonin M>TKIETLItAN: 1>HI, ). of the Atlanta, Birmingham
t>7 the other parts ofQprU nomination. Mr. Boutelle entered Trust Company of New York affecting \.... I and Atlanta there
eeess to be
the interest of the Central of
upon a brief revigw of the history of Who Was .lUp Candidates/or Governor -S doubt aad official confirmation
is waiter and in this i* of a
the Georgia
was or \
ODe of speaker-
in the .matter
the house '' < Loub.a. deal to the above effect Is expected
i different from supplemental bins
41aca! frequenting the (
ship I Baton .Nov. 29. Gen. before caoch more time shall have
1,5' a tuna about 35 or 40 "In political wUdom," he said, "in filed by the other roads. The Centrals Rouge/La passed

tad a heavy drinker. knowledge of thf proper scope of bill, however, is not returnable ,I, Leon Jastremski, nfederate veteran .
and Democrats *\ ndidate for '. .
until December 15 governor
lust- time he came to legislation, in intimateacquaintance I
I II federal ,' a of Louisiana, \d former grand I The work"st id
I of 5a11 the needs of all tion Speaker Cannon dealt jun gives a man more
I chancellor of tfTe Knits of Pythia, than he deserve
, sections of the/ country and of all number of public questions. He ) bat many a man who
died is. He wa s:! deserves
yeater9'of a termufnail
the or government and in justified the large appropriations of is overlooked by
fa. been with departments stricken last week durin the Neigh t the grand
i .sesslowof of the Fifty-ninth 1 jury. \
here for several nspirational f rce as a leader in par- the ,f of the cimpaign.
at d indicated very plainlyhis
his home In Black- tisan and partisan legislation congress I
rblng, While here Speaker Cannon never had a superior opposition to (ny policy looking : Even when a. girl doesn't 'want a

friends who will ." toward a too great' centralization of I Being remeipered in a will is abou t,young man to)V her it makes her mad

F Of V t departure. In his reptr acceping the nomina- the functions of government. as uncertain, plaid eggs. if he doesn f wan\to. I .

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Write For Catalogue Make Money in Jacksonville Real Esl



i I wilt
t Investment Jacksonville Real"Estate that once appeal to ,

and woman who can place as much as $10 a month in a real estate
i Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Brooches, man accouet. The combination at the low price made is just as sure to L
J Rings, Scarfpins, Cut Glass, Handpainted ,
China Silverware of all kinds Teasets a fifty to one hundred per cent profit as Jacksonville is sure to grow

f Bread trays, Pitchers, Knives, Forks, takes in three of the most rapidly developing sections ,of Jacksonville ,

Spoon. Case Cups, Childs Cups, Flasks, "corners" the situation and makes the small investor absolutely sure of j..

r Corkscrews. Decanters, Match Boxes profits. By buying three lots in the Special Fall combination the investor u_

t No. 783,Price$685.00.GREENLEAF Thimbles and Pencils. save $150 on the present selling} prices. The: three lots [any choice from play!

in this combination, and their present selling prices follow: .

L & CROSBY CO. Jacksonville.FIa
; Murray Hill Heights, approached by beautiful Highway
Jeweler. Goldsmith ancflSllveramltha. from St. Johns drive, paved
r avenue, paved or "
y new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard $200
4 H H I M M M11 H i H 11 H > 1"H* 11 ii*H M H H 1 HI H H' 11KKU.L and a sub-division that is all white, and extremely

., ... - -._-------- ._ -, .. popular, present selling price.................................. ... .. w
<, l>UtECTQRY. The Rabbit A* a Fighter.A I Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and
i road in front of the Edward Waters College site
--- writer in tne New York Press Kings ,
to cottages than other sec- $3 5 .
STATE OFFICERS. says j"I and adjacent more new any .

... hear that New Jersey Is overrun tion of Jacksonville present selling price",,,_..._...., ;
XN n. Broward, Governor with rabb% s. All the boys from East Grand Park, approached by beautiful Kings road, a .

II. Clay Crawford Secretary of State. former President Cleveland down I mignificent suburb, high-class, clean, strictly white and $ t 50 i

Wm. V. Knott. Treasurer.A. will be afterttttle Molly Cottontail, rapidly developing, present selling prjce--............-- u. . ::
C. Croom. Comptroller.W. the easiest of all game to kill. A

II Ellis, Attorney General mere breath will/blow a rabbit to $700j!
B. E. )McUn Commissioner of Agri atoms. This little animal has as t TOTAL ;
culture. much curiosity Xs a woman and

. W. M. Holloway, State Superintend more than an/antelope. We usedto We will sell these combinations to

! ent Public Instruction. hunt Molly I with stones. When limited number, and $ 5 5 0 ;1

i Ernest Amos, State Auditor. she leaped from her soft bed and until otherwise advised for F
skipped away, all we had to do was to ... i
; \Y. B. Saddler Assistant Auditor whistle and at the sound she would<< The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bo&jfhfr only t t

instantly become statuesque as if these combinations at the phenomenally low rate of S550. and on the easy terms of fop

t SUPREME COURT. petrified and w a were then mean cash and $10 a month without interest or taxes. t', |
T.' M. Shacklcford. Chief Justice; 1 enough to let fltfa volley of "rocks." Only a limited number of these combinations will be sold. Therefore ACT QUICK. w

&.. W. Cockrell J. B. Whitfield, Molly rarely e aped. Rabbit shooing Leave the selection to us and we will give you absolutely; the best choice unsold, KW'II.1!

l nwlck Taylor R. C. Parkhlll W. is actuall./ not much above teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots. We issue a straight cOniract fur d<"4 4 jl;
A. locker, Associate Justices. shooting at stpy cats. It is not real Our titles are absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry. +


.. RAILROAD COMM SSIOS'. Replying tft the above the Nashville Jacksonville, the gateway to Florida, is the most rapidly growing city in all the j

.. It.. Hudsbx Burr Chairman; N. H.I I America says: ,perhaps in the coun>t'y. Devastated by fire six years ago:it is today a city of ovuM1 J
DUt b, J. L., Morgan. Royal C "This writer is a nature faker. Aa thousand people aI-q? growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan c' ., .1
we have contende for many years- from sections of the world. It is of the cleanest i
Dunn, Secretary.MEMBER made up of a fine citizenry all one <
long before the Vashington Post ccost beautiful cities of its size in America. It is a city of magnificent

even ventured an opinion on the sub churches, schools. It is a citd with a great future. Ships from its harbor hoaMI.j
ject or the Wash gton Herald was port of the world. Great trunk railway lines connect the four corners of ,the Uftitei
DISTRICT. born-the rabbit one of the most States. It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe. sound profitable real estate
Frank Clark." ferocious beasts cu the American I investments. It has never had a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing vibe* -

continent. It is t Ie that It often follow natural causes. The city is growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming the

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.. drops when shot at.Vtut that is mere centers of busmes.and: residential activities. Real estate values in the city alone! i1 increased

II. II. Palmer. Judge. ly to lure the hunte near enough to : over a million last year-the suburbs increased'in a greater proportion.
I Cary A. Hardee, State's Attorney. be attacked As the!hunter reachesto
I LOOK us uprThe
pick it up it rat/-8 and assaults t a t ti

COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. him with tooth an claw, and compared Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of $uOO,000 and assets of $300CGflfj.| .

i D. Johnson State Senator. with its deafly work the cat>- Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the !outh.t!

era of a wildcat Ire but the gentle As to our reliability and financial standing, ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE..
antics of a (pla.vfUl kitten. Insteadof I DEVELOPMENT CO. t+
being easy to/kill. the rabbit has Jacksonville, F1& J JI
more lives thana a cat. A load of I N. B.-We publish on the 1st and 15th of each month THE INv>:r'ToRR' GrID If IW ilf
W. It. Dorman. W. McClellan.. buckshot only puts it into action V t are interested in real estate and desire to place your surplus savings in the Test and

Crag-Jorgeasen merely irritates it most profitable security on earth, tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE. ,t tI

J. N. Conner.'County Judge.J. .V SO-cahber express rifle is the onto J. D CO.

W. Brjson. Clerk Circuit Court. bite weapon is, that wilf tame that of a rabbit. His I t.a..a.o.w...... . . ..........,U 11 tI 1 l 1., . .++..+Hr,+++++,- oI-o+++Jot I 1 1 I [ I I 1 I I I I I I II ,. It .- +* mn II iHIMMIKKVNTS
worse that a blue-gum - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
; J. II. Rickerson, Sheriff.
nigger. \\e have known a rabbit to --- --
G B. Lord, Treasurer.
e t whip a half doz V dogs, tear all the
J. N. Meeks. Tax Collector.A. IV SOUTH. JUST ARRIVED
clothes off. threw hunters and then :
J D. Hemming, Tax ,Assessor.J. .
leap a river and cet away. The only
HeiH.rts of III Treatment Were CJnxisIjr ,
E. Wood County
thing that will vercome a rabbit H
Instruction. smoke. We t/ust that President 'raggerated. '
2 Cars Flour
H. E. Carter Judge Criminal Court Roosevelt will find time to expose the Vienna, Xov 27.--Two agents ,
of Record. nature faker o\ he New YOrk Ir 3T whom the government sent to the

I O. O. McCollom, Solicitor Criminal and relate some'\f his bloody hand- United States lo inquire into complaints 1 Car Meal and Grits, '.

I ... to-band encount s with rabbits in that Austrian immigrants Into -

.Court.M. M. Hawkins Clerk Criminal Court the ;Vest We nderstand that Rev. that country Vere being subjected 1 Car Carckers and Candy. ,-
Long avers thaffbe has seen a rabbit to ill teatmentand restriction of
I bite a horse to/deatb. We are com I I personal liberty, Jia\e reported to the
pelled to douttt this statement, but government thai the complaints were Let have orders for J
W. A. Tiaon/: ,Chairman; M. L. the fighting qualities of the rabbitare grossly exaggerated' Nevertheless, us your

Burnett J. J, Dempsey, J. H. well know to all experience the authorities Viave ordered them pies Bananas Oranges Grapes, N'and
Grant, II.1I Daris. hunters. Whra a man comes into promptly to examine into every ,

-. town wa;gingfa string of rabbits and claim made by ustrians in America Candies. /j

COP iTY SCHOOL BO_ RD. boasting that he killed them, it Is The chief which has been Cig$
Remember the Club
safe to bet that he poisoned them." submitted: government is Tampa
E. R. Wise, Chairman; A. D. Puter- grie'fce
against the of employers in i
They best.
Laugh R. II. Carver. toe : in deducting the are

A Hard Debt to Pay. cost of transportation from the wages Pay us in Clearing House Certificate;

CITY DIRECTORY.J. "I owe a debt of gratitude that can of laborers

B Johnson, Mayor. never be paid off" writes G. S. Clark,

C. H. Drown Alderrdan and President of Westfield, Iowa: "for my rescue hycs: Examined Free. Live Oak Brokerage XCommissid ft
CIty Council. from death, Jt Dr. King's New Dis
Dr. R. Goldstein, the Tampa eve
Clerk Assessor and covery. Both longs were so seriously
S. P. Mays
specialist who was in our city i I
f Treasurer. affected that diR th seemed Immin- short time ago, and treated as well i -* OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT "
Alderaen-S. J. White, T. S. Anderson ent, when I co menced taking New j
as fitted glasses to many of our beat I -
J. M. Barclay W. J. Hillman Discovery. Tb e ominous dry hacking ' . tl++a"
first citizens will be in Lire Oak Friday : lSltlng.'erebantsareCor\Jiallyinvlt..J I. n '
Wood, J. L. White. cough quJt before the bottle while 1
J. E. and Saturday, November 29th and quarters in the cty.
was used, affd two more bottles madea *
30th (two days only), with office a.1 ,
complete cure. Nothing had ever
j Superintendent City Hotel Ethel Take advantage of hU )
1 equaled New Discovery for coughs,
of' Water Works. colds and all throat and lung com skill, and consult him in regard to I P A.
It. II. Haddock, City Marshal and plaints. Guaranteed by Barclay & your eye-.. Dr. Goldstein is well- t
known throughout the state of FlorIda -
Sanitary Inspector.W.
SOc and $1.00.
Groover druggist. SHO
D. Wright, Police. Trial bottle free. nov-dw aDd we do not becitate to recommend I REPAIR |

.' tOne him to the public. tf !

,. IV Charitableto f OVER THE AU1ION MOtM *
nice thinsMfout proverbs
Occasional a* irl calk her smal
your horses as well as to yourself. they generally vnrS tth ways at on e. brother into wTparlor and kisses him We are now ready for business. Furnitir t 1

You need not' suffer from pains of - just to she /the Chap on the other end repairing, 'harness, shoes etc.

any sort-->ohr 01 home need Snow not suffer.Lini I KODOL le oltered % a guarantee of the s /a what KV is missing. Chicago For any kind Qf novelty work, such as oal I" : ', d a .

"l Try a bottle d4ilard's' plan for the rel\f of t heart burn, r Ne cs. I wardrobes, writing desks, book and show oa- Ld' .

Roberts. :latu'eree! sour fatcn ac'i. belching: ot - ---
Baker:: <) : : and all ::'on:a' h tnu ieWtt'> C":.;'boiiked!i Witch Ha"l erators center or dining tables, made to II!. J'l -
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I bare used you Liniment'for ten a 5 I R1 lU you a* I* \, ;-.. b t ::11.: 3T1i11 stiinf. Gf'id made to order. Zi e will varnish, paint or i" .
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years and find it to be the best I : t-ejflth:'. Sold by Live 1r Ii<;:" So.a by Liv,", Oak Dr.uan :: niture. pianos, organs and mantels. \\ M M. .c..l
yDl n l aue you
t" have ever s"d *"' man or bea3tV t, ,.: Cite trial.
Drug Co. nOT-d j as a Charges reasonable.: .j
Drug Co. noY-dw- ( i' ..
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Manufacturers of '"

Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights "

I Power and Turpentine.


I KLPI1 YWIUfl . t EI ctric Lights in any part of the cityfurnished for

Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.

rE Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing -

By universal testimony Red Rock purposes.Wholesale. .

Fruit Punch has and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe-
awarded cial attention; and all orders promptly filled.

the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctivenss and I We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and

success to all social functions and should be flooring. Come and
with the following: prepared in accordance .get our prices.


(Quantity Sufficient for
Twenty-Five Guests)


Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine
allow to stand for 3 cover sugar, i
hours out the
press JUIce and add to this juice the
pint of cherries and plenty of cracked i ice. Just before serving add

the four quarts. of Red Rock / FURpavE15w

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i /1 The "CHARTER"
k Gasoline Engines '
AOT1CE OF ..U'l'LlCATlUli'Ult

: I CHAKTEIl. tl Will furnish power at a trifi'ng 9Jroo Notice is hereby given that the
Jt Q every purpoXo engineer: required. Every
undersigned incorporators will, after
u farmer can utilize The "Tharter" In a tWw
four weeks publication of this notice,
ways. We have them in any "hoe power.
apply to Honorable N. B. Broward, ,l l We are the largest dealers in Florida! and
Governor of the state of Florida for a1 can supply your wants at a saving to you. \
the issue of Letters Patent incorporating We also sell Marine Engines; Motor Boat
them as a body corporate under Supplies; Pipest Fittings et". t
the corporate name of BrownThomason Write for beautiful, illustrated catalog s INo
Drug Company with the follow"* >
4 ing proposed charter hereto attachedto
this notice: =

W. L. ULMER. il

Copy of Charter. 1
L Article 1. The name of this cor- loT -) 1 t
poration shall be BrownThomasonDrug 1

Company with its place of busi- witC., S. Brown F. E. Thomason.W. by certified to the Mayor for his approvaL
ness in the city of Live Oak, Florida L. Ulmer. V. Granberg and W. H.
together with such other branch of- Jones shall the Board of
fices in said State or United Statesas Directors. compose Witness my hand and the seal of ;

may be determined upon by the I Article 6. The highest amount of said city this 6th day of November
Board of Directors of said corpora Indebtedness or liability to which the A. D. 1907.
Particular tion.Article corporation can at any time subject S. P. MATS City Clerk. };
2. The general nature of Itself shall be twice the amount of Its
the business businesses to be tran- Examined and approved by ma,
pfUe In capital stock at said time actually I
& sacted by said corporation shall be a paid In to said corporation. this November 6th. A. D. 1907.
inferred general retail drug business, Includ- Article 7. The names and residences J. B. JOHNSON. Mayor.
ing the buying and selling for profit of the subscribers to the stock
of all drags chemicals toilet articles said is follows
ivtr fifteen of corporation as : I Not New tolllm.
and each and every other goods, C. S. Brown, Live Oak, Florida
Hat wares and merchandise usually car- twenty shares. A >oun\ constabl arrived in a certain
ried in a business of like character; II F. E. Thomason Live Oak, Florida, borough in Scotland, and In the
id nghodi that to maintain and operate for profit a twenty shares.W. .
course of duir found it essential to
ii > wholesale drug business Includingthe H. Jones Orange Bend, Flor-
.used in manufacture of drugs and chemicals !- ida, twenty shares.V. apprehend a vdnr old offender. Ar S
coot and and all other articles Incident to Granberg Live Oak, Florida, rived at the pofic station, he ush+red
Hokk said business; to maintain and oper- twenty shares. him into the ells \Jth the commeat.'Mind .
ate for profit a retail and wholesale W L. Ulmer Live Oak. Florida, the Xep." \ i
Md mercantile establishment, engaging twenty shares. .
therein in the buying manufacturingand i State of Florida, "Gae /'a', said the risoner. wHh
4 Write t
sale of all classes of commodities County of Suwannee. contempt, "I kept the s g afere ye
Tilc them incident to said business; to buy Before me this day personallycame was born."-Tit-Bits. '
own, rent or otherwise use and dispose C. S. Brown, F. E. Thomason
of real estate, houses and lots W. L. Ulmer W. H. Jones and V. '
@Q1J! [ [ ) and timber lands; to enjoy all the Granberg, to me well known who on A Significant Prayer.
t benefits, privileges, rights and fran- oath deposes and says that they sign May thfc Lord help you make
chises guaranteed by the laws of the ed and acknowledged the foregoing I Bucklen's Arnica Salve known torail.
of Florida in the conduct of
strengthen State
proposed charter for the uses and writes J: Jenkins, of Chapel

l 7 \ ) )) [ the Article aforesaid 3. The business.amount of the purposes therein set forth.In N. c. It qtflckly took the pain
fcomorethan Witness Whereof, I have here- of felon fonme
capital stock of said corporation shall a and cured It in
, final Lend a t'I be Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000), unto set my hand and seal this November -rail. shorKtime." Best oa .t
14 1907.
tPfttl of hundred shares, }
t %>elha consisting one
p which said shares shall be of par B. W. HELVE STOi. for sores. burn and wounds. .
Notary Public. at Barclay & Graver drug
value of one hundred dollars ($100) i
'LI j
per share and said capital stock may store. novdw'There
be for in merchandise, ORDIXAXCE No. 00.
;:: ....'.i I paid cash
labor and services, all of which shall
+ .r Is No Reason
1XUP An ordinance imposing a penalty
'rt...= : be approved in value by the Board of
Directors; said capital stock may be on physicians for failingpto report to why your baby should be thin, and
increased In the discretion of said the Mayor of the City of Live Oak. ,fretful during the night) Worms are

corporation in the sum of Twenty- certain Infectious or contagious dis- the cause of thin, sickly babies. It
five Thousand Dollars $25,000) ten ;
( ,
per cent of which said capital stock eases coming within his practice I is natural that a healthy baby sfcevVl t
I shall be paid in to said Company be- within said City. be fat and sl ep'well. If your bay

fore the issuance of Letters Patent. BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor does not retafy Its food, don't ex
t Article. The term for which and City Council of the City of Live periment with colic cures aad olhc \

this corporation is to exist shall be I i Oak, Florida; I medicine, but try a.bottle of Wblfcf : i=

] ninety-nine )'e-ars. j'I Section 1.-Whoever, being a IIi Cream 'Vermifuge and you will lIMa
Article 5. The regular annual I
HilE meeting of the stockholders of said i; censed or practicing physician within ee your baby have color aDd lavgfc a* r '

i i corporation shall be held in the office: the City of Live Oak, Florida, falls : it should. Sold by Suwaaae Dra
of the Company in Live Oak Florida ; to report immediately to the Mayor Co. aov- I' on Tuesday after the first Monday in of said City every case of yellow fev- I -- 4
of each at which time'
j I Januar jear. small cholera, ? The Postmaster of '
>ktions ', said stockholders shall elect a Board er, pox dptheria. I << Gascooade. Mt,
,i of Directors and attend to such other I scarlet fever, and scarlitina that Daniel A. Dogh, says, "I cauot sjr
matters as shall properly come before : comes within his practice, within said i too much for your KKloey & Bladder
Just the said stockholders in meeting as-:I city, shall be punished by a fine of Pills. I feel )fke a new ..D." De-
poitkna ; sembled; and the Board of Directors;, not exceeding Five Hundred (1500) I Witt's Kidney and Bladder PiNs .r*
. I
stockholders at said
t lected by said I Dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding sold by Live Oak Drug Co. afdThe
salve tho time as soon thereafter as practical, 1 t'r
ninety (90) days, or both I t
... shall elect a President, a Vice-Presi- J
Bottled 1 dent and a Secretary and Treasurer, I such fine and imprisonment, at the 1>K. H. S. U0\\ ELL, y
the last of which two offices may beheld discretion of the Mayor. i
by one and the same person, and I 'r Optician. \
Sec. 2.That this ordinance shall -
at such first annual meeting the
become effective immediately Its refractive de/eetsftb
Board of Directors elected as aforesaid -| upon p* we
P shall adopt by-laws for the government -i passage by the Council and approved and and the maavfatttre! of leases, & ,' 6
of the affairs of said corporation -i 1 by the :Mayor. specialty.
t i and until and before said Attest: I Office at Barclay & \wJ'OilWl' Dnf
annual meeting the business or
Oa first businesses of said corporation shall S. P. MAYS, C. II. BROWN i Store.

be conducted by a President, a Vice-i,i City Clerk. Pre Council. _
i President and a Secretary and treas- I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the City I
1 urer. and until said meeting, C. S. of Live Oak, Florida do hereby cer- L. A. CKAUFOKIt.
Oak, Fla.. shall be President -
Brown. Live
tify that the foregoing Ordinance No. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
| F E. Thomason, of Live Oak I
I Fla.. shall be Vice-president, and W 1! 66, was regularly passed by the City I Office Upstairs.

,' 1! L. Ulmer Live Oak, Fla., shall be Council on the 6th day of November Citizens Bank
ff. I Secretary and Treasurer and all of Building
** ( the undersigned incorporators, to-I A. D. 1907 and the same Is here- LIVE OAK -iFLORIDA..

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OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT The editor of ColHr' weekly' has ra.fI1 shunt' the J.t.".. W. I .

PrN.Lel 'flt A fur BOO. been looking Into the |>rolilbUlouniovvm men knelt the ,Irol4 ft, ptA' .1t"1 1

xatept 8u.L&.14 "ot to tb. Bouth. and he talks' voter JK* #ftlUllr ,hash waM the ConfidenceBegets

about It sagely and Mnoly I A* an Mme wa Itn wlw urerl is' fU.tlt tnut- ;

CU'&. W I:.VlF iwr and X'S''r. of teen haul a ds, I"tl". Ifl4 (,.,It I
outaHer uapowtuunclearness
impartial enthusiasm which accounts for
-- fAullft i i ,
War .J IIh' Iltr Ihp t +"th
hU visas
c.....4 s1 ... ,....... U. Oakn..4 of jAlgnient. air the ardor with which we are pushing
irom tin t.f""U'., And, u we hUfi th' 7
*. *_*4 CUMlall Matt valuable and a recent Issue this i ii

sr S.'eItTU.i. paper w The First National
---- ----- :.- ,-- -- When p/Utlclau* bfglu In nuni uatnlhq note II 1 iM'te IfI'ltmf'd and I { .

tll :.itltl1 lIBUSUJG! COPLU hers to take 't-\ cause what U U'" ttuhltt' ,hr I1t nl4a 'fI'.tfnlttkn' an'Isouua ,

.. t -- significant* of rtiWrSenthUkUiiut As taswnl ,. We hear )9iq of i 11 Every safeguard is thrown around National Banks*

TNIt lUlL trMUCKAT wtU UntteLac bttaawai many po rlul Inte ..'-.nJbat"IIIII II.. .aht its (111 kink uH1 tftItft of lhiwtsl They are frequently inspected by agents of the Controller "

t. nay put of the lVal shut IIIiijI, ,.. oflb. of and called to
+ prtpaid. for .0U the salou and as po lurahl" I" eon .*.eeee Currency, are on make -
pst ge
.r .**". ft-** for six month have al Ay s loved ItfAvarly, the asks'" ,, I I.1 sworn statements to him five times each year, hence :'.

11 !$ tor trt.M Mains.. or 50 cents tendency of practical /polltl 'laua Income ____ they are under the direct supervision of the National >

I** IH* *"k*, in al1un<<. De- l'-.1 M a eandlt4ste. O ..t- I Government and its the strongest on earthfor 1 <
by otft for pruhfWmtu aud th" iix ,
the city,
11 53 a M any part har N. N ",..""1.fe.
.msst. bst If tents per week. torcemfiit of prohlbtWu IUVAII (its( I Safest Banking t'T
Iv llttlh."t.fd Irowr the senatorial i
the pogularstrongthat mc.n"wt'It'VI.It'( 'n" art Best Methods
i'u"ii.t ,rest , H/I hi dorbtlevs ,
4ta $ <**. of De Tunlak U no they failta I to rlf d th" Up-to-date Service t
i ""N. A\ I for YI'"ftC ur. Bryan, of Jacksonville i , poI UaH* still hangs wave. I it ui,w frcquoutly L! .ltilM Liberal Treatment.
A nklnK of Young
IK s
.. t. tit. oba.: notion that the for a tian to \J\a<. iusl hi putty Mr'l i Conservative Methods.
llrysn of Jutwoovili*, reminds us 1
.sfi. +3o+itt a man and says organization \tnklus t thUk i
U.A\ M *<**) (man year ego about the Always use the National Banks. They have pr s. '.
aAa possible can slogan. \\hll proArIs \ In
1is sea M* o >u*
e. cL .
tliw that the "clo' of/ gold' and pered in greater numbers than all other banking in.stitutions.
mat. tar .,nor.n. many parts of the country, U mutt I 1-
"truwn of ra Ap b bad caught .
rapid In the Son1ibere a r\> oit1s
of Georgia tilt iK>i>ul.Alm KlDi Von, Henry Watt Watch us grow, our profits are now as ;large aa l'our
.t.ta> wbieroperty for It is most cl! \. It U lor the
br the assessor 'r8oK was ti the 1/bit of sarcastically t capital was at our beginning.
tor IMIO wn general stimulStA crlu In every t

*! r*& U\jjJ 1SIg,97l. bat it Is tate, it is still Apr* cut wheoo ret rlu to e author of that '
simech as "You/; )fro Bryan, of FIRST NATIONAL
.ale N nay tyV e people who own negroes nut t" a J the real- ;
ho't se11 U for less Nebraska." Bui Uncle Henry don't .BANK, :
ttt prOett/wo izatioa of tact het<4 to explainthe
saV. Assessment like to be told about that now, so
U* tin>/ tint the e rapid owth 0 prohibition I .
egregiously did he fall in sizing Live Oak Florida.
r*C s-* JM vet a true,Vr evan ap&c dtpv .fnt ii Missouri. Tennessee. up ,
Ti\e the future Democratic leader. We !
/ tab ** r* of la Ke& ucky Texas. Mississippi
esstt < might easily make a similar mistakein -._, .-s-t-t-t-t- *-* I' > t-t-t-t-I '
> and othe Southern States. In the
... the case of the young man from
last fire years the cause has been j
1* wL'fart a campagnsat Jacksonville.
helped greatly by the existence of VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORT
$ .hers;, lash dects1Te and
the AaU-Saloon League with 7 first issue of the new per at
i ,.. t.aa g want manenverta' :
methods so different from the old High Springs, the Messenger, has DOWLING PARKWAY
.!.>..tertag i 4 fighting
wuhti. proMJXJoa crusading This newbody been received. It is a *U-colama
z1p U., oveiSowtng
a.? '. to t'le reason and talks folio, edited by George/T. Taylor OWN WOe THE SUWAAtEE alvu" .t
.. taamc .r 1. .. f Serm .n's do-
ruu. to 1 Id believe it fanati who in Xis sensibe salutatory,
sat Let ,rake It so lati. Mineral Springs Hotel and Cot '
eal It funLl. figure It calmly : \ ,
i'tg ampsaktrrivC
dea.ryss a .tai It studies the "The Messetaeryihall be a cleanpaper HOT AND cot o BATHS UNSURPASSED. --SCXX TABLE. GOOD BCO& *qe'l':
lalt'.o fro the !andlolnt of the
Its policY/MU/ be educational,
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lss. s today wHa Uncle econoir1gt. ,r the country U b*>- lK>Jlllcal. rellgiot more schools and li <.ONL.IYIOU i
RATES REASONABLE jG FSco'',ccnoaar"u OAK wiw uim" i iI
* ctisoeae at t14 tw faI tbii flow, tllmtAc 6f r At the J.rt'*vnt I brttrr schools dc politics, clean

lUKaa to lead the raJA Gf ar"iterrreel. the, lien I roust I....1 l IIr amer from stable to
e- I .i.s fo o nun c\n GovIrruur ADDRESS PARK HOTEL DOWLING PARK. FLORIDAniiMiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMittMiiiiniiiiMlf. .
ttafwr (y The K ?aV r.MC he t".J uprn tow J''U'sIR lUll uiuru to, and respect I utrgeA&t f i iI

Il aa. e1wJ.+r y a ffa 14r ore esecy .ItAM, "fI1f\.hfj 51,111 it,. tin our (' tllUau hums and to con- I 1

)4s4'we 'PI Ne/Mtlat M. l'' ,"at i ;
f1 the .
ar..tars+ tors itls loud telly fur a WttvUUenshlp

I t iR Is !,rune ..i.. Nbro peb/M, ".,....-.. It atrnutlr4n ,tot "'ra o't lhp lutur i r

14 a LAlarA r y 9Jygir'sb +l !fr'rri11 hi .rrttt' bi.JI.I. iiisrsw 'I h f. alt f"d M extt'ud"u'l" : !9L; THE _1907 :

.s.nt ttir. v,4 J *ft o I1eew'M .. fatAeeeateMl. e'.eee ''to II'. '''' tit r.I1"", alrip to Irother' Crescent .

-- swr j Mgga .4,. .N v.. lr..d ..'''r'.... dlrM 4144 "k" Irlu \.R'ep.Nt. along'', Pharmacy,

s i hii4 5177" 3455.f . tI.- It.. I

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,. IIt "-us"tt44tru yof J S. Htrobhavm:
3.rW i4aOR t.-r .e 'rr F A't.
.. ...tost. ......J.I"' Itll iHI"'" et 'P.JW "tttye 'I'' ot\ Hot .....''u_ Ntr 0.. dlluy'l ut The Prescription Drug Store.

.. .. 'r;fft *4ttf 44t/t&f NftNltr HiFft Ira, ......,.. w4 ...,\ M. rutty,
.- tir..a 7 tract ait_.. .Mr.4. fn4tvMail fkq NW M r e4' 4r.Mrp ir t I.4rw ...... tuAo twuttNUIht i

.-.., r r ill .-r.... lief ; y +14i qv'. riff. .. wltl, \ Perw 'r"r./" .., our

. ; ,... HHt t ".. PINK' utlllr ofihw --- ._ --
... _A /tr hI.wJ r. ........" tit I 1h load

,. .. I Ar'atkiss se a1Nf.$a title' ) tr' wutdtlot.aq4 j
" 'W : dllt wills I 1 .44' r ., ltmakesnudif It teak H..iar -

w.. ... ; v ... '.* */ ****** Mr h rtMtt.. wltlttigf ', 4tn.e BNa. .....IruA ttuo 'bd i \.n \thaw terrace a1.M

r Mr.ti' I' a :Acwt* lll/ti/ttj **Mr..T 'Ir'** tft tttN HI tins'-; ttt..h4rlhl'"+ w' to ..., "I UutuitMlP'WIM blank}our doc }vJ blaskssrtlstitorwritesyour

., r .rt Iaerws sarilta to ***** left tall, "lf11ff'f 4NJTfff }. 4w. \u uttol. the '' torwritd7.
\rsa.t. i-
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t :" 1,. \ #ttOa 1 I'If .r.m-r: I.....'ret .4.' ri17 itrM ttM4 Li 1 5410CI k ,Correctly I to1Tf't't11.I .
ot ... .... ',;' : '" ., a4 4er ,krm Ir ffc* iff'. ,., "'.., u1t ''11110I.11. 1
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m .* i"ff tIJ.i T '. .,.; t' f.r ....4..f..f.tttt"'f.'f..t. [Reasonable Prices.Let .
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,u fiD roar pKKnptwns and M-Q yow drug star artlch W. t nT *** ?..
Sti .tl'! I 1\ c-. line of fresh ucheliahla tooda Brio*UI your prwcrfotion U ail W.'fiO !> a.*1.z "
C. Jem tlJ at lowest Drt o. Fbooau, your order. Prompt and rdiab attntM
r ff Ism lrI ;:
P'HONB. No. 22Oj

J6 .6tiJ! \. HOOD TheCrescent
. CERTIFICATES j : Pharmacy ,
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.... .H I ,,,, . '* t OAKS FLORIDA.

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is'xw ..1 .., .1 ... i h... J .. I p. s.-iWitttn "fletcftt's"t- .-! for: CbAi. .. .M4... -Fever.' No Cent.N* r st I

.......-." ,t..,; ',. --r.... fr lfrlt t tl .uttfttUit" !htH h t\ht., t ,Ihtrit1tf it '.' . .UIHI. .+4flI', IITJARTY.
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I-, .,.i'ti: t,..,, 4't s',. H 'I ( : / \ rws . # .tot Ian Park on sate daJy .

.. .If" y 't,4 .,'1 .u .k '. 'f. S0 4tats round flip wklot :

...... ....&Ht.t! .", ,' tee?! ! t .It theft full )f i valtir tm |'lIIE ,,*a o( anyfmds : & ....- -" tp>. fares. ,Ca3 onPfconi A.
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., -w.--.Ttl1 I.. 5torr. and in !:*t\t''kw .. ,., ,. at nor 0
1k I", II t ' . receive : further information.pi .

.I . ...U,. .16... t' .. 1 .t- ;t C nfrfTt 'lnfa=tfwe die rtiulinw, to ; -- '.>,. .

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lisp lft'yw .lbrt"
I.. a .....f1.iti 5_4e't I. t I kyluanrai ,,\ :;:: :,_ i. t@ IPS4.. a4.:. .-- -.

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; ... .." ,-cHNG:
.' .", '.' "I, Suwannec Hardware Company ; .
'JI .lIe tettal+s 4 Accident Insurance1 ,
and UI"
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ow .1ul.ti@ .;. M a' "ItQQ LIVE ft\ FLORIDA.. _Aap= \'t.U"f OAKfI.. '
ma'srtt deg OWA4 Y. s.-W need afe r::mar i\o Ay;. \id l Aur : fr
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The Helvenston Insurance Agency '

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.



3 : PfRSONALS We notice som rtotton coming. in to- little Miss Stella LewA'gave a r I 11 1 I II. 11o

,m day. f\ birthday party Saturday, in which for Sale

quite a number of ler little friends HAVE YOUNOTICED

Bill clerks and electors are going to parlclpated:>\ M/had a delightfultime THE

I3LETitEY GO. and fro today. /\ eating dip er together and lathe

( I afternoo ten 'ng a cane grinding We offer at a bargain, ,SANITOLADVfRTlSING

Mr. A. D. Hemming made a business chaperoned by M g. Dr. Brown. six with
.. Oak and NuwanneeiPt room cottage AND OrTER IN THE
.U trip to Welbvrn tins morning The following constitute he party

dstben 1 bl the ,. Lucil Crown, Maggie Balsa b LizzieBalsden modern conveniences, on
tlr1K. Yesterday was tq\ ideal Sunday and Caherlne Robbins Sallle south Ohio avenue. Most : c
- --- many worshippers onnd their way to Porter and Lucy Humphreys.Some desirable residence sectionof
d tofrom
II r wife went the churches. : EVENING; POST

of our people who were present the city. If you are CXXLIER'S: DELINEATO 8G
report that the Tayl* County Teachers \
We learn thaV&e protracted meet- Association had a s endid meeting at contemplating purchasing
gt&roolt.,o( Drtnford. spent ing at Fenhollowa prings is continuing Fenholloway Springs! last Saturday, a home in Live Oak come i 1 10 S1HITOL PRODUCTS $1."
ja with much L erest. with State SuperHtAideof Holloway I : >
present and. press n. Tne Farmers' up to our office and let
H'ellborn, spent Union had a meetiig thrfe also on the
of Times must beS ttjng better- came day, maltiajf quit/a large gather- us show you this place. Fill in one of the coupons from j -
ttly, every- ing for that new Action. We are above Journals with our name as +
body seemed to lif wearing a good-' pleased to hear these good reports Druggist mail it to SANITOlLABORATORY.
t Perry. Is a guest humored smile thJB moaning. which indicate suCh splendid growthand with tOne Dollar. k
f development. UlW CO. They will send you an order on t
7 for the
us ten products. (Retail
A little ice was\raK>rted this morning Electric Light Notice. value $2,70.)
perhaps the &m of the season. t
B, returned On the first of December, the Live
Verily, this is delschtfal weather.
1s ett c Oak Manufacturing Company will be
Lewin Building, Room 3.
compelled to put meters on the resi-
*ltM.e f Uft City, WM regl- Miss Annie GrVrtr returned to her dences because of the fact that so Phone No. 44. Suwannee

rt k,11kI terday. school at Luravill /'{his morning after many residences are "leaving their

spending SundajXvitB-home folks. lights on all night and there will not

t lX/ City, was In the be sufficient current for the additional Wilmarth Notes. Drug Company

a t," westerday.'Wl.t'Ql Yandel Brs wnitas resigned his lights required by the new hotel

position with RaJsden & White, and and other new buildings.TO '
Atlanta Ga.. InMuds will in the fytunkbe In the employ I ::; 11111 f 1 111 JI:
well, Mr. Editor there has been
F MrxthU week. of the City Pharma y.A THE PUBLIC.
some changes i4 the section foreman .1..1111111..1..111111.
Sa.' Beginning with Monday DecemberS H
herd and some thangewrof the moon ;
t Day Fla., was the Dally Democrat will be issued *
e e re ing; the also; so they keep on+time pretty well
attics l yesterday work n to b d'sin i theittingon earlier in the day. Let all copy for together. w J.D.RADFORDI
display advertisements and lengthy .
Pars ,
y Last Monday night'we learn some
York, is here is build- notices be sent in the day before, to 'IJ
p /rise one stole from the home of Mrs. Sand- ; "
o with ttlaudt w.It!*soon i coinp\r .insure insertion. This change has ford a trunk and broke it open and JEWELRY STORE/: '
Club, neat been made necessary for a time and

Slott i Phone 222 ittl Dr. G. C. ATlzelly the dentist of we hope our friends will govern j.robbed Rev. it Skelton 9f $20.has returned)from\Zol is the place to buy '

White Springs. wWln the city for a themselves o accordingly,. fo, in DeSoto county and reports having : your wedding and

,a: of Btarke. Fla.. few hours yestyflay. Dr. Micelle had ;k' good time hunting, fishing holiday presents. A ,

*Vr Ethel yesterday will locate in Ii'f8, \)ak in the near WILLIAMS RFWOMIVjfvn and eatfs ,ranges, and his looks show : new' and beautifulline

future to pra dce his ofesalon. WI out Opposition as Democratic Jhat }heyas\rell taken care of. He : of gift-
of-two giving
tit "
Private \ Lead
Minority / weighs twelvroounds more than when ', '
peterr.l. Write Box 414. tf Washington, Nov. 30/ By hgree- goods are now being -
Upwards ofv sixty came: he left one month ago, and gives very '
in yesterday over the Florida Railway, I ing toVlace in nomination for speaker flattering report\ f tha "country and t opened. Every

} .kr4\9d daughter return. under the care ofyfre genial conductor Hon\ John Sharp /Williams, the people in that sectwi of th State. He + thing suitable for a

I Tthxh friends In Tallskwell Captain QuartemanVThis speaks well House today in effect determined to says it is')* fine country, and generally handsome present. .

tut st.Pt for that road And the ection through continue \lm in tpe _j\BeansVomAoes, cucumbers ,1 Prices are reasonable -

-- -- which it paa!s. minority leader, fo/ th4e sixtieth con and potV, >w -'.- rre feing shipped-, and quality is t .
came downy gress. TheViomytation of Mr Williams from there'aj Kltfi: time/also oranges,' ,

yes to spend the G. L. son as returned from was agree/ on in a caucus of lemons t'i'erin.s, It- Tt ti.' guavas, .guaranteed. Please
the the Democrati embers he\d in the etc., anck >eople mere are now plantingfor jme the favor of
W 1 r. Charles Live Oak whentlfe had pleasure
of taking Tha& & wing dinner with hall of the ho ie of representatives their living coops rod are cultivating I- i '+kggttingmypricesbefore J
X beginning /oVlock today Representative strawberry; crops.:I '. make .
Thompson an .
M. you
kaet. 1 ycrou. Ga.. came his mother, Jus. :I
of .- Harry I) Clayton, of Ala.bama The mercnanWnerleem to bedoing ,
age orer.
short lslt Mr. now sevens three y rs ?
a presJUed. aVd Representative fairly well, notwithstanding the panicis :
Is InVk Oak until recent Gainesville Sun. Ryan of t/e BuffalX N. Y., district, on. It is to be hoped that it will 'I

was chosw secretaryX soon pass over andjffies get better. I,' . :oI :-
<,< I With l the trains oa time in the I I Immediately after tre organization : We noticed yfjf&A. Walker the'i i -a,
J'; T.L Howe left today to Join i morning, it make quite a crowdof /aucus beeV completed i seemed
early of the had other day and he to be drooping I
I ai Life Oak, where they hurrying\usiness .folk and passen- RepresjjCntatlve Thomas of North about We as*ed the cause and he I $ 1. D. RADF RD
tfctfk koipe During their around tn station for a time and,, aVd ,
gers Carol]is was recognized he proceeded smilingly replied: "It's another gall,
t* Mtf Mr and Mrs. the crowded, urjbfehtly condition is a at once to place Mr\ Williams just as I expected it would be. It's)I i F I '
!1h sa friends, who our need of a new and LIVE OAK, IA. a
constant remindero in rumination. There was no opposi- just my luck. Mother baby are
wUi reket and will be depot and .more ade ate grounds to tioa, and Mr Williams was selected doing well Hurrah for Arch; he's all i:iI' t\
thtnHf they should get to and from the traH May the acclamation |'tight. MOB&ANON.AT I ++IIIIIIU.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
by ,I'
shaTthave i it!
-Ocala gtart day soon come when we .
- ---- -- - -
-- ---- H Itt. Beautiful Line ,, ,

i ; t
r NEW MERCHANDISELADIES' New hand-painted China suitablefor
wedding and Christmas pres '
+ ents. ,

: EMPORIIP- Skirts, chilnden's ooats hats, .
THE dress goods and laces a specialty.

Many lines of seasonable goods to be fotid here. Standard given away patternsfashionsheets each month. ,

Cold weather has come, very likely to stay. .. tj Ladies' and children's under- ,

New line corsets.
r wear. .t
at t reasonable prices ,
I tMR& C. W. BACHE Prop. 4
i .
1 fAI'V WORK. t .
5KIKTS t .
; i
Handsome,assortment of highly tallor10'1'8. "I
bit too early to make holiday ed suits in many styles, ro1o
Not a
selections. Beautiful tineof stamped sideboard materials, positively only one suit of a ; HA VE-YOUR "
linen center pieces, bureau kind no two alike. Prices equally as ,
Jacksonville or mail order hous .
g scarfs.Novelties low a abNow is the
tops laundry alterations guaranteed
in pillow Perfect fI
and sofa pillow New designs in :Mexes.solutely free. No advantage to order time to secure ladies I
k can drawn work. all on 0 best quality suits, all the anvantages are at home, children's and picture frames
and center pieces. see the goods. Hrtceal3to
scarfs v.hnou
: linen; $30. :Silk jumper suits $9.50 to $12.00 infants coats whileh13it1NA5. '

: Black silk petticoats and Heatherbloom$4.75 to $12.00.skirts thi stock is large, \ made before the

IVroalme$3.50. before the best have ;.: '

Snappy line of Kimonas; to sek
sod short, beautiful patterns PARA50LS. II I I
l long of materials, colors .
tn&K ltari almost at any pnt* 98e childQuality and styleconsidered. '" idays. j
and bites long silk Excellent selection of ladies and
01 I
to $10 for the best Japanese ren's parasols for home use and Xmas ; Our 01(
Kimonaa, imported. gifts. M is** 24 inch gaud quality black under the : -
parasols for school use at L2S $1.50 prices are .1 ;
i f GLOVES black parasols $1.25 up to $12.50
f i Ladies average.
F x for the best silk with silver and gold '

t New: shipment bug kid S. black crlove and jut brow ar baDoII laiiesand 51-2 to
a I carne tailored rice skirts asked for by others ru Swell.>d line Sies of short monC01or1S kid gloves. .l.r."NobRAINY. DAY GOODS- by waiting. Visit :III JlA. .
ail wool ready to weardepartment
lessee" 2 clap. our
and !isle gloves rubbers 50 cents of silk LaJws' and children.s I
k brown anp .. selection
aftsEas roily skirts I r e and long white, black and brownto o cents. ladies Cravanette coats now. t
shors brown S3 O.OO eaohLadus 1 .
blue! rain proof. at &; .W) to .1.
Hurt tskir 10 up1 C'hildren's'ashl1ll're;
for girls and H'' r:,ttcn "l\: ; to r\cr altef. black and brown Managtr1 ,
Infants :
ariet of mat+rand red. 50 cunts: a pr COOK :1
i*. large > sL. tit
and styles, at $1'5 up. Al- 35; cents. ,' of: and Owner i
; till I tllIlllllllllll
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}1e4 WILL Will Sail BE On XO Time IEL.\Y/for> the Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co. FLORIDARAILWAYTime -

Pacific Ocean, rrie Table No. 20 ,2

ton, Nov."You can The Mineral Springs Route. Taking Effect J ;
SUNDAY JUNE 39, at 12:01 A. x.,_-
bet your rth A rican life that -
the battlesh nee 111 sail from WEST BOUND EAST: aOOND

Hampton Roa s its way to the I &aAJ OW'JI. Csfsa.6 Tots.
CUSS ! Clue
Pa cine on the ruing of December SCHEDULEEFFECE1VK Nab NaLauiFamend .
,. Frt IFrt --- F tnt/
1$. The TI s 111 get under way and and Pasc Pass Pas Pus OCT. 27, J07 Pass PassSTATIONS Pan. Pus 'tsd and I I STATIONS
Just as soon s I eceive the presiWashlrf Pa**]Pass _ Pass Pus Except E=DTsaSunday.
dent's orde to se sail." ... J 1 9 5 1 13 I 2 12 14 16 p4M1p 1 8M Daily -
A'MIA.M, A.M P.M P.M P.M 'A.M A.M TOO a m 4 30 p m Lv._....-.._U.. O.k_. _. . .
In this characteristic manner Admiral ml l ........_.... ..._.... &
-- !---I 1 to a III. 44 p Lv. ,..Porta..,,.., .... t
Robley D. Evan\ answered the Daily ex San Sun Dei Sun |Des Dab' Sun ijP.M Daily ex T 40 a III. p m'LY' ..._Laaift_. _- .. _._..+.a..
\ SundayLv only only Sun only j I SunLIT only only Sunday T F9 a m 5 08 p m Lv. __._._._ [akland.- _.. .
rrporUAecently curse t that there I Lve Lve: LYe Lve Lve r- .2U a m' 19 Ar ........._.Wiin.a-th ___ .
ouldjie th\ - 10 00 a m 5 ZO p mi Lv.-. WiImartJt.10 ..-- _. .
a delay din assembling 7 411: 10 900 130 415 I. .. ... Oak.._........110 10 11 M 635 3 60] << 00I 86 a III 5 Z4 p sLv......_--Sv.ann..JU.w...... .... ].0
and pnsequent departureVof the fleet 80&J11SO I 920 14 4 : ......SUrr.Mercer......... ... II 5111 30 517 3 25' 3 ar 10 14 a m 530 p m Lv -N0I"W0IId--... _.... 1:: 0
8 10,11 35a 9 25 152 43; ... ....... .... 94611 25 5 12 320: 330I 10ZS a m 540'mAl_...._-_-..) w ._.. .
fro raj the date originally VeL The 15 I 11 40 92V J. 4 j... .., .Platt............. 943 11 22 5 09 3 151 3 2i 1115 a m 5 C II mILY_._.. ...............u"t
admiral's orders contemplated' the 8 10 11 50 938 205 450 .........Lancaster..........1 9 3? 11 12 500 300 810 11 28 a m i U p IIIILy- _. ___ _ .
/ 310 1115 a m 563 p miLY- .ooc-.SaltR-.I ....
948 210 00f...... Powhnr ParkChancey ...... S 245 300 1200 m 6 10PIIIILv_._ Aa ""' _- i s
assembling of the fleet in Hampton 8 45 li 10 20 500 S 9 25 It 05 11 ia I ---- -'---a '" .te
110 Pili 6 1 T p m'Lv...... .....----.""OC.W.rtoo....._ .._ .
.. ..... .......... -
toads on that date.Always 8 6O1% IS 9 52 244 (04 304 ..... .. I 9 15 10 fS 11 40 443 235 21 It 20 Pm 6 2T II m Ly Eeene-___. .. _. R
8 66't' 20'10' 00 2il 5 S 10 Mayo Junction 9 I\W 19 50 II 33 435: 230 235 12 30 II ID 35 III LY---FeabaUow.,__ _..._ s
............... 2261 II ........ .... .. i
is.-.1)a .... .
t 9051045 1250 __ .
Z 5.' 5 P ID 6 43 p _, ..
. .
........... ..Silo......... .. 2 .
9 8 51 JO 39 | __ _
Was Sick. t 30535 300 528 ..........Tow .nd:......... 8501032 2 1'1 100m 6 50 p mjAr -J'WI7 i

f 1 i 3 23 5 43.-Smith..0.......Fenholtoway..._.. 14 1 137 64 Luraville Branch
f When a-nan says he always was 10 9 ( aII 4 00 6 6 01 17 .............Perry...-......... 8 800 14 956 940 120
ick-troubled, wlth a cough that 10 4 15 ( 30 ... Hampton Springs... 745 925 1 09, Between LuraviJ1e aDd wn..rt"W.t
lasted all winter what would you
: think If h ahouldyW-he never was MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. Bound.II I -
30 a Wllmartllo _.._ .
sick since tittjnf' Ballard's Horehound P.M'A.Mi' 'P.M A.M P.M P.M 860 a IDILY .-1.IIraflUe-_ __
f Syrup..Such a man exist Lv. .LYe Lv.I Ar Ar Ar
.f Mr. J. C. g&r. Denver Colorado ----I'122010 00 3 10 _...Mayo Junction..... list 4 3S -235 Alton Branch

writes: yecs I was troubled 12 32 19 W 320 ...............Dell............_ 11 21 425 223 Between Mayo and lIt.
"Tfr 12 40 10 15 I ..Peterson.......... 11 14 <4 19 215
with a severe court' that would last ; 12 50 10 25 3 27.. ............Mayo.._......... 11 06 4 1 205 East I ---- -

all wtnte This couch"'. left me In a -II SS10 SO-I! 3 40 _.......__Alton............ 11 00 4 05A.M 185Dex to a alLy....,.._......___ -Iqw. ....
I miserable condition l. tried Bal- A.MP.MA.MP.MP.MP.M- ,- --I-- A.M A.M P.M P.M PJI .06(1 a mJAr -AhDa--. _

lard's Horehound Syrup and hare not Dex-D ex Sun San |l) ex Sun Dex Sun Sun Sun Dex -
dad a sick day since. That's what It Sun ,?? .Only Only Sun .(Only un On y Only Only Sun "Sun Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air LiII.w...B.....sad A....
bound at Live Oak. For Information regarding rate attisdata a4......... .....
I did for me. Sold by Suwannee Drug J 7 l 9 5 I 1 '113 2 12 14 16 4 8 T.P.AUTON.Superintendent F. T "fI.j
Co. noT-dw 1 I I

Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic
What Was Vrovrpf Coast Line trains. For further information' as to schedules and connectionscall tiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimAirline
ticket agent. '
"Yes, luh. asserted 01. Pepper on any
J. LEE ENSIGN Pr ident.. R. P. LIOPKINS.Traffic Manager.w .
"I once owned Khen fiat lived"to be .

1* years lod, luh. SEABO

"And you IlveyHKAlabama?" said

Mr. Keene s t1call

"Y..; suVr What haXthat to do

with It!" ATLANTIC COAST LINE Railway. ,

,, -Well it proves that the uthern .

fr' negro has been slandered that's all."

-Clee viand Leader. > Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Firr ,

Rail Road Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltiisow,

r Ttur'a No t.e Philadelphia' and New York..

talking you can't beat Herblne for = -
Goes where North. South
the lU.rv The greatest regulater every ,
ever offere,-to suiting humanity. If
East and West. Through Pullman
you suffer from/\ITer complaint if

you are blllou '/and fretful. Its your '
service all trains. Seaboard Seaboard Mri
liver and He/tin will put It In Its on Express
proper condition. A.positive cure for ; .. -. ----A I s
Conitlpatloa': Biliousness, Dyspepsia

and all Ills' due to a torpid liver. Trya CONSULT THE "PDKPLE FOLDER"For Modern : Pullman : Equipment *
oWe and you will never use anything -
else. Sold by Suwannee Drug - -.+
Company' nov-dw I

detailed informotion, schedules, rates : The Jamestown Exposition Unl
Tl Saie Time."Judge. .
." sauKt e colored prisoner and reservatione, see your nearest ticket : NORFOLK. VA.

"Is I expected t!ri ll de truth'" agent, or write or call on :

"\Vhy, of ptTurke, yvu /)" Excursion Tickets on SAlo DftUf

s "Well. &then des" g \ahead an' J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, | I
sentenca' ne fust! -Atlanta Constitution. -
Live oaiOrida. For full information and Sleeper reservations call .* siq If*
: of Seaboard
or write,
/ .. -
_- -_ -- o K I : S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. Cent 1'.... AAeat JMkMtr l f.,
1 AppendicitisIs .
due District MMMAtM P1 111 i 11 I I 11 I 111 M > +++++ +.
In a large measure to abuseof FRANK C. BOYLSTON. Passenger Agent

the bowel*, by employing drastic Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. '
4f MrgatlYel. ToNjvoid all danger use

'Sly Dr. Kln /'s New Liver Pills tha
\,- safe gentle cleansers and nvitor I mW:1;:: I ili "11 lIu 1 Can You Write a Ghost Story?

---- -
ators. Guaranteed t, cure headache ----1
biliousness malaria and lie Fought at Gettysburg. : AIV MMul .Matter.Xre i

Jaundice at**Barclay Groover drug David Parker, of Fayette N. Y., ". the runqini; expenses" of antomobilmg .I No doubt you know one you have burl teU
store. 25c. nov-dw who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writer: \er/rla>ee
"ElectrH; Bitters have done me moro ; "That dep lId pre ty much whom ing for years. We will give a

\ VWilful Girl. good tbab any mediclnI ever took. jou're running 91 e\"-Baltimore I CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor

I May-Really mother you seem For s-ivenU )ears I iiad stomach American. the best Ghost Story written by y., g

I cross this morning trouble and,, lile t much money or old male or female. .
for >'ito untilI Cured of llnghfs l\_
J Mother (sternlf -low often han: medicine purpose -case.
.11 The only condition is each conUUi
I told )ou noyto letxhat young man ; began taking Electric. Bitters. I Mr Robert O. Burke, Elnora N. that
kiss you* / would not taky SOO for what they i I Y.,..writ a: "Before...I started to use send Fifty Cents for a years surxnptiwi

1Iay-Vdon't know, mother, but hare done fog: Grand tonic foi Foley's. Krdney Cure I had to get up to THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a month/!

certainVot as often as he"Ivas, kissed the aged an, ft"fenfale weaknesses. from twelve\to twenty times a night publication, published at Live Oak, Fl<*Wa.

me.Philadelphia Press. Great altfzative and body builder; and r was all\toed up with dropsy I The Cyclone is full of Ringer and red hot;
sure curl for lame back sand weak and my e.r lg so impaired J J it
I has will
of its
a own and stands on a plat
kidneys. Guaranteed by Barclay &, could
We have of
,secured the agency for my family
Orino Laxative Pruit Syrup the new Groover druggist. 5
laxative that makes the liver lively. '-- hope of living, when asJriend recom- first number will appearNOVEMBER

purifies the breath, cures headache It is hard to cVvvince the world that mended Foley't Kidney Siire. One 50 FIRST

and regulates the-digestive organs. you are a genius j iX\ou act really sensi- cent bottle worked wonders and be- Write one
on side of ntorv not
fore I had taken \ paper ; :
Cures chronic constipation. Ask us ble. the third oWe the
to exceed 1,000 words contest will ck*!
about It. City Pharmacy. dw. dropsy had gone, as well as all other ;

Many men and women catch cold symptoms of Bright's disease." City FEBRUARY, 15th 1908.

at dances which terminate InT pneu- Pharmacy. nov-dw and winner
will be announced in the March
"Your wife talks well. I always monia and consumption. After exposure J
enjoy hearing h'v pews" if Fofey's"Iloney and Tar Is When" a man Wsts of h. wisdom it Send in your subscription at I' n'

"Thank )'ou. )!'s where >'ouMirfriutL taken it will brew a cold and no is really a sign tha he is a fool withouta THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE)
hateuhe advantage ol me." serious results needle feared. Refuse mirror. >y ,

Don't you enjoy* hel\talk?" any but the genuine in a yellow

"Of course ( do. The troubleis ; package. Pneumonia Fellows, a Cold Drawer 30 Live Oak YiIdiiAciye .. y !.

the doetftr't let me ennpy saying I -- but never foHo 'C the use of Foley's
Cleveland ) Nf Honey and \lt stops the cough
tl .e. Plain Dea r. Tar
,. Ants preach .frugality, but do not
heals and the lungs an-1
say a word.Take \ .
I presents pneumonia. City Pharmacy
The New ('ureood and Drug Law nova sel!
We are pleased te announce thatKoley's some good'reliable and safe \ *

Hoinsy and IfTar for coughs d: ; likCNKODOL for dyslleP la. T Some sins of) nission are as bad as

colds and ling ro tiles is not affect- KODOL heart remedy known today some sins of commission.B '

.d by the National Pure Food and for ,, belching and all t remedy torinAthers to use is Have you anything to sell? Do you WOol 11-** |

Drag law as itfcohiains no opiatesor troubles arising fm a disordered Kennedy's Laxat /Cough Syrup It
other harrmul drug*, and we re- digestion. lyis pleasant to take and tastes nearly as go/ItUis maple sugar Have you "lost" or "found" anyth. i J

commend It/as a safe remedy for affords relief promptly. Sold by it contains no opjatesNxSold by Live I

children and, adults. City Pha>-- Live Oak Drug Co. nov- Oak Drug Co. noy-d .An 'ad, in the Daily will meet Jour deme


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ORAL CARDS. I II Things JVorth While. put and that the infected house, t

"Why do yoLdo that?" demandedthe houses or quarters, and their contents #E _88@I.- :
teacher. \ J:
have been thoroughly! disinfected \1 \.
L BROOME, "Oh, Just for fin." replied Tommy '-a
or until such time as the State
Tuff. T = Young Men
Board of Health shall have taken . ,

"But didn't you know it was charge of and raised such quarantine; 4

CouN Loa AT LAW. :against the rules\" provided, that this prohibition may 4 I Women! i
"Sure Dat'sJhere
OAK. ru>UDA.J. de fun comes not apply to any Individual adult

tM....a....,t. ttttM. tipssp.s In."-Phlladelphli Press member of the family who produces
M Ga.w..s... c.Dectiea
I I ...... avtb au.... a certificate from some practicing "A Good Beginning is Half the Battle,"

Geairosity.Hel physician that such member has not ,
'p., rws ss.r.e?Lasa, "' I
wish that you were poor, so bees exposed to Infection and that so begin your business education by entering the well

W. WEST that you would Ve willing to marry me. there Is no danger of such member [1 known and popular "

Evidently am far more generous I communicating said disease.
{ 81f&Jfii2
and Surgeon. than you. I wis] you were rich, so Sec. %.-That any persons viojiting:

that might be w ling to marry you. : any of the above provisions of the
Bwldiar. Ohio Avenue.
1 Chicago News. \
$aaiieury at EUl Hotel precedIng section shall be fined not iJl

ORD1NAlti0117.. exceeding five hundred $500.00) ,

1Mo 11+.11 w tK An dollars or Imprisoned not longer than (
Requiring RailroadComp.'mles J
-asst.I Iwt.r A t3s..r}N. U.f. ninety days, or by both such fine and :
Owning or Using Tracks
Imprisonment at the discretion of the .
or..n Across Ohio Avenue in the City of We have three distinct: departments:
Mayor and In addition such person
Live Oak Florida, to Provide a'
N & THOMASON shall be isolated under guard until BOOKKEEPING and BANKING
Flagman for said Messing, and @

Prescribing his Duties, and Impos such time as a practicing physicianmay {a SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING, @
certify that danger from Infection -

lANS&SUHGEONS ing Penalties.Be is past. \ {a TELEGRAPHY and TYPEWRITING, 4!} ;
It Ordained by the Mayor andC'ty
Sec. 3.That any physician who)i 4
Council of tie City of Uv 'Oak.r t presided over by competent and experienced instructors -
shall willfully make false certificate -
: FLORIDA. any
lorida: whose years of success as teachers, guarantee '-'
under the. provisions of this ordnance t\
Section 1. That the railroad and to you good instruction. : : : : : : : ; w z
upon conviction by the Mayor @
ri. railway companies owning or using' !
J. LYLEPractical shall be punished by a fine, not exceeding .
a line or lines of main or side tracks < five hundred dollars or 1m Scholarships; $40 $50 $75 $90 .1S

across Ohio Avenue In the city of (
i Isoned not longer than ninety day

(EH AND JEWELER, Lave Oak Florida, and operating or both such fine and imprisonment i Write today for Catalogue. Address all inquiries to (!;
trains tLereover, be and they are 1
at the discretion of the Mayor. @ $
M T* eiperieticti Hereby required- furnish and keep
Sec.4.-That this ordinance shall e L. Al. HATTON G. S. STEPHENS $ 4
., Wat h**always on band.llrother. Rationed at the Ohio Avenue street OR ,
take effect immediately upon Its passage @
crossing of such tracks In said City. @ PRESIDENT. .I PRINCIPAL
by the Council and approval by
b(14 ,'.:os.uaI : I bagman or watchman from theour the Mayor. @ ,

I of six o'clock in the morning I
Attest: Live yak /onda.
until the hour of eight o'clock in the t
cum S. P. MAYS, C. H. BROWN

M C, lltlnu1 I. Pe.raala. evening of each and every day. City Clerk. Pres Council.I @
Section 2. That it shall be the
S. P. Mays City Clerk of the @sS@eSeS0SteSSS@sssS@$ 4I
: --Thomas and
duty of said flagman or watchman to
City of Live Oak, Florida, de hereby
Il graham. mlaent naval remain at said Ohio Avenue street ---- -
: certify that the foregoing OrdinanceNo.
ataatars of trami la county, crossing at all times between the pp__ -
67, was regularly passed by the i-I _
(tore ea ct 1I the United ours mentioned in Section One of
City Council on the 6th day of No- _
uaeld, OB a charge of this Ordinance, and to keep*look-out
vember. A. D. 1907, and the same Is
Ihrr which wu glren for all approaching engines, trains hereby certified to the Mayor for his Health 11c y

easy tt+t t, returning a ver- and cars across said crossing and to t: ,

l iiagaat' allty a. chanced watch for all person crossing the approval.Witness my band and the seal of 1' More Than .1K

ts.. a Wa on trial since railroad tracks at such crossing and said City this 6th day of November, [C] Wealth ,

tai s a particularly in- to give timely ,warning or signal to 1907. v

$14 la ought one be.Na. such persons of the approach of al S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. ,.

Le5" trains engines and cars. That any this yttuaoy Use
Examined and approved by me snoa+t
tor a w trial has been violation on the part of such watcn-
November 7th, -k. D. 1907 u BALLARD'SSNOW
1aH 91. *!lU be argued Saturatlm man or bagman of any of the duties J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor.OHDIXANCE KINO ,

a.i, to the the Gta- imposed by this section shall subject '

M+t1th a held under bond him to a fine of not exceeding One NCVn OF I.

(hit spp.a ace Hundred Dollars' or Imprisonment THEM

n, faarge as that the Graham not exceeding ninety days or by both Ordinance Reuniting the 'Jblf'tlt ..w..,. LINIMENT ALL i
License7s Person, ?
of a by Any
held a Jim McCanls. a such fine and imprisonment, at the '
Persons, Firm or Corporation who
tt a .tat.'t peonage In their discretion of the Mayor. AND
Purchases or OntracU for thePurchase
i la AUWtu and that when the Section 3. That this Ordinance
of hearing House Certificates i you will always hare good health. What h mnrs to a man 2
14 late lorida and sought hall become effective on and after in the City of U\e Oak : than good health? All the money H the world can't make

it at e, turpentine camp the 15th day of December A. D. I happiness where health is unknown. Bollard's Snow Liniment
Florida, at I-esn than the Face i Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Neuralgia,
Mays this county, he wis 1907. '
Value Thereof, and Imposing a j' CURES Sores, Stiff Joints Contracted Muscles, Lam t
ly th Orsha mbrothers.M Passed by the City Council of LIeVlI.k.
Penalty for the Violation Hereof. Back and all the ills that Flesh is rear to.
the poll of revolver forced Florida this llta day of November -
Be it ordained by the Mayor anuCity
One Who Kna
a boggy and return to Ala- 1907. Council of the City of Live Oak, is.

It 4oUg to a fight between CHAS II. BROWN, Florida J. O. Scott, Salt Lake City, Trail writes; I cannottoo

M Iro ers and Mr. Mays President City CounciL highly praise your lUllard'a snow Linlinent for JL
aid a osen or more shots Attest: S. P.}IAY S. Section 1. It shall be unlawful.for the relief of acute rheumatism, cairo'J I.v i I Clerk. any person persons firm or corporation I exposure to the weather. I aUo cjiiumcd your I r E i'
Lila using a Winchesla. City Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds. ; :
to -
to purchase or purchase !
Gratkms revolvers. The I, S. P. lays City Clerk of the contract These used together defy all pain. '
within the city of Live Oak, I 'J.!
has tllgh Iy wounded This City jkf Live Oak, Florida do herebY of the Clearing House I GET TUB GENUINE. Three Sizes 2Sc, SOc, $I.C'J. J :
} Ordinance
wt ad pr mage case of 1mU eertlfy

U tr *d here during the' ,\). 61 was regularly passed by the Certificates issued by the trustees of !

= leatve boat s. and in both InMictlons City Council on the llth day of November i the Clearing House Association: com-the I Ballard Snow Liniment Co.) J" IS00 t t
posed of banks doing business in I ir
and the same i 1'1 !
were secured, the A. D. 1907, and fora -S02 North Second Street, h I
city of Live Oak Florida at
''t**! tk* Jackson Lumber ComIVe hereby certified to tbeIa'or for ,
approval less sum than the face value ot ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. r.'

of such certificates unless such person, 1
-- Witness my hand and the seal a
*rsons. firm or corporation shall
of November. : :
11th day
said City this
T.n kiuv first paid to the Tax Collectot :
S. P. MAYS J ave 4
1907. Sold and Recommended by
I 1 Chicago aeronaut City Clerk I > the City of Live Oak a license tax

't1/. ot er day about the of Five Hundred Dollars and pro-

4aatosaut. ti.e Examined 18th day and of approved November by, me A. this D. ured a license from the said city Suwannee Drug Company. : I[

said Mr Wlxou.tdergo Section 2: Any person firm or ,
J. B
to perils were he ,907 MajorOKDIVIXCH -orporation, or the officers thereof, t

tasty, Tpe poor man Is BO *ho shall purchase Clearing House

t Mdertak. flight before hUr NO. 67. Certlfiates without first ry BS the J'II
Real Estate For Sale.- ;
his dJrlgible balloon Is An ordinance in relation to the icense tax and procaring a license

'tier. I he would but conr public health and to prevent the rom tLe city, as provided la the pre- I r

1hatkac.. >e would be ail spread of certain contagious and In- oJi"g section, shall be punished bj :

hi fs, is t o previous, like the fectious diseases in tte City of Live t fine not exceeding Five HundredoiUrs. I One hundred acre joining town :Columbus road. ..

Wldowau. Oak, and providing penalties.! or imprisonment for a period i fine htmrfrt-e and twenty on Rock road ad,',.,;nmjr cemerery ground. (. ;

I \ know a l>enerd DE IT ORDAINED by the Mayo I lot exceeding ninety days or by both I Forty acres one mile north of Court House <-n Rick road. 4 L 3
no.. k. lay ten seriU and City Council of the City of Live IK h fine and _imprisonment.. in the I One hundred and>>ixt\ rrres one mile from Court House I 1l

Ea tut be Ieasly 111 To the Oak, Florida: ,scietion of the MajcrSection I I Four choice residence lots en Duval zitrt...'.

$5 n e downstairs from i St'ctlonl.-WheneTer any case of 3. Teat this O dtnan.e I One choice residence lot on Georgia avenue

zoom o e morning tit- yellow fever, small pox cholera dip- -hall take effect immediately" upon its 113 acres tin upper Spring road three miles: from Live Oak.

theria. scarlet fever or scarlitin wsiase bj the Council and approval Time will be given on purchases. d-w

doctor, there no hour at shall develop or exist in the city oLive bj true Mayor CHAS H. RO\\CouncIl.X. :: J. W. SPERRINGS.
*' and all members President City
fexhivniag g more be done Oak. the patient i l!
the P. )IA YS. City Clerk
household exposed to attest S. --
l hands plteously. of the

M. dodo fr with a delighted same, shall be immediately placed I. S. P. :Mays City Clerk of the .. ........ :: ,, .!:::.!.t:: ".. .." '" 1 '"'_-==::m ) , I III I
Sanitary Inspector of Live Oak Florida do hereby

Is heart I congratu- under quarantine under the by direction the of the certify City that the foregoing OrdinanceNo. I MARKET AND GROCERY : ,

oar silent has taken \ Major and Sanitary the house Committee where such of City. $Council< was regularly on tire 18th pawed day of by Nov the II NEW I t

turn for the bei- said city and
w. lb I hat him aborts patient shall be, must be quarantined ember. A, D. 1907 and tha same is : H. B. CREECH Prop. "
practicable and danger hereby certified to toe Mayor for his i il'
fey d ra.' as fftdually as of red flag approvaLWitness I [At Hingson's Old Stand]
in the s I
ailed the lady, signals
seal of
( hand and the *
a told me he coal Ball be placed around such infected all this my iStk day of November i I Fresh meats, both Western and Florida.
and : said City 1.
rrtr here I'\e houses or quarters ; Fruits and i
er and hose exposed to intention \. n, 1997 F any and Family Grocries. Vegetables ; '

d ail hit rtotne.' the Inmates thereof are hereb. required s. P. MAYS> City Clerk. E A SP1.4 CI...lLr. \ ,
be and .
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and approved by me. this
In such infected ' '
remain s
t'gem bouses or quarters or within v",'\"em.r .i--" ," ... '
tu think that bou. : :.NSt'lN. ':.!' '
be unI
I such infected district as may 1'I: ; I
; of garment. until such time '13''
'hait* I I dor
shall be able to produce a certificate the Democrat. !
unleM they air" it I they from some practicing ph-sl. I f0LEY510NIYA.'UT.l\ Subscribefor . kl

rt moth eaten. ; all danger of infection is Owes C.Msi Prevents Paeeaia
WrnaL I clan that
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1 -.. t"" OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT MONDAY,DECEMBER 2, 1907. t <: -' "-,{;[ ;:. =
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,ice President. I. B. BARTON, President. n M. YYUV/LV ? -
[ I ARNOLD P. MK3OER, Cashier.. "'L. \
'I -a.i ,'it..-" ,.,. : Vice-President I" -.I. :'-'-;'".

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The Men's and Boy's are Goodyear welts which means that : 11
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threads inside to hurt, burn and blister the feet. Being rein 3 little Spartan &Walkin Strong line of inp Shoo
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