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 4, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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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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Positive Statement Since Ilk "
Ural Nodded I Election in 19O4. 3.;

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lea, FX :-A brilliant Dee. %.-"I will not

tctracterited the meeting of oneyrangle point from the an. .

con cms today. In the tl.?. / I have alryfdy made,"

a4 fcoase of representatives ti Wjniit: : 4 President Rorfeveh today to R -

vert Double gatherings In the eliraslaw/of Nebraska,

tjftf representative of the of- called to tell him that the people

ii4y of the capital. The com- that Illl! ii.1 Mini t'l linjm agala i #

w.tka for the first time of President.

: Mss the have been elected to is the most direct and positi .

tad the house, about 100 $ that has been made by the

bare Pot before served .a on the subject of a third

rage the occasion one of Mfr since the announcement at the

interest of his election in noe.I .

I sinking scenes of the day were %..f 941 I

IM ho+ue of representatives, '] : { ENTKHKIl POLITIC

i let feral *lectlon of Joseph I

te teal W speaker of thatdfetgaatlon I I Succeed and Drowned lllm Hf e

by the I In Two Feet of Water. I

to of VI r John Sharp Wlitketr --
I Ind., Dec. 1.-Rev. Wil
M leader were occasions
Parker, one of the bvsVkoowa
'leas for those gentlemen, -
ministers of Northern In
tart kali of the house of re 'I
ommUted 8 cide in 2 feet of
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bee with enters of Hold
rang : : |od>y:lie jwbmerged his bal

aa4 balpeaker Democrats received for their asi JANTA11Y SIXTH.Is w. o. \\v. ELECT OFFICERS[ I bocFy, reorluiing under water 1

Second I I lit -"-'- tlnet. lie retired treat
for Trial of :\ \
the Date Set I ; |
a i tlon from the memBtlaorlty ministry BcveraT*> era ago a.4 I
i4 as he did from Harry Tliavv. I I
He dUiat
politics. was a e*
New Yo y, Der. Justice Dow-
party IilSOI.lTIOSDOPThD: : \ hll\: various nominations by tto He-
1ng! toda fire Ja ary 6 as the date
>I! etfrakershlp Mr. ctMPLniK\TAi\ TO NEW: C. C. : party but was nnewser.etisl
for the ec al of Harry Thaw
Mid IB part: his ambitions and b eaei. de.+w
for t r of Stanford White
'Ws |rt today organizing Sixtieth .
This owe notion by district -

J aaarklsg the one hundred aftorney Jerome when the case HOWARD BUTil [IKUD[[ !
I elO itk mltartone in tha.his- _
Mrs. lcKln..tr1' lA"CturT. -
called today
1 ef fftWaneat b the people un- was
> t. Mrs. M, MeKlnslry bu )tt
*. \tUUUou. Our predeces-
UK PLEADS GlILTY. a series of nine lectures al -
tl tke years that are passed have Consul C'onUU:1mt-r--other Officers. AtKent Church In late

a M la example of wisdom, .\ Public Installation in January.One : World's Great : (g/y s
Rural Route Carrier Confesses Embezzlement -
and courage that has and Gets One Vear. $ : a full I history of eaeiy fever
ifclled to preserve Ideals and Woodmen."I I \
(Times-Union.) pow rs have eeessively

tMemta of republican govern-' Charles Crandall, formerly a rural of the largest attended and sway vt'r all n dons In tM
ill nuny crises, whether o. history. v
route mail carrier at Plant City, Fla., most enthusiastic meetings of the MraOlcKlnctry ba f
s wsr, adversity or prosperity
and delivers her
James W. held in the city,
14. keu. appeared before Judge Woodmen Camp ever
Is the only Institution wltho t/notes, describing
in the United States district Hall last
Locke convened at the Masonic '
retrcoastltntlon where the will
[ minute / a she passes down '
;. court, and entered a plea I ) officers for
peep may be expressed with an indictment charging him with em- night. The electlpnof themi\ s of all the great '

Approximating to scientific bezzlement of United States funds. the ensuing >< r.and other mattersof giv) g the yimea with great .

Other departments of the Locke sentenced Crandall to more of less importance was ou m / connect D, with that
It have lofty and important Judge of \
meekness an true Cbrttt-
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and one day After the opening
serve a term of one year I the program.
bat to this house alone bIke -- which thrills the of her -
in the United States penitentiary at cert'm e e over, a fever of expectancy Hearts "
peculiar, the delicate and I homXthe
/era, and carries great!
Atlanta, GaIn addition to serving i I
1u Mrpawinc function of inter- the \ested ooX e members. lbs with indelie resuVs. Th .
Crandall must pay
1.34 putting in definite form the and fine Itev. H\ardr Dutill was/put in are illustrated by rap ao-l
involvWjn the case a t.
l a of the people. This duty w.trfor [costs the nomination fVuhe office ( Consul At the close of each dare
of $% 95. the ye' equaling '
ourselves. The priu- amount f money he pleaded guiltyto Commander. VltwuSelccted! by an speaker cites the prophes c of
1 *l tat past may help us to the B'ble! which apply) to them I he
embcz ng/ .JIll' unanimous vottt Not long a member
+f showing us the points of '*'with embezzling in which they occur aaow C
1 MWpus; but beyond that weIlepead Crandall funos' >of the well United States I of the order, hi has rapidly become wonderfully holy writ and his . rI

on our own wisdom, our and appropria g them to his own I identified as onepf the leading members run side by side.-Lynn, Mass) 1

saatsaty, our own Industry and that on one occasion and has shown such interest and Bee. !J
use. It was chained ,
Bdtllty to duty. be had thus made use of | zeal in the work of the order that It i
tfpearance of Hon, W. J had 1 home of Rev. and Mrs C. >V.
$11.50, and on another, occasion was the general sentiment of the
*1 tht Boor of the house also indictment on Church street was
lire embezzled $15.45. In the 1 before assembling that he was ', of b
occasion for enthusiastic returned against camp quite an interesting gather-
which was
ty the Democrats date of the the proper man for the place. In a of young people from eigjrt to
time since : ..f
tit adoption of rules for him some complained of are few remarks Mr. Dutill spoke of th.* o'clock Monday evening/ The i I..

1??*"Otat of the house during embezzlements 31 1906. work of the order and the growth of was the celebration A>f the I

IiUetk congress came up the set at about indictment lay was returned the camp during the past year which ;birthday of Mr. a/d Mrs i

'of the last congress were oppoJtim *- The Crandall about one year ago. he said was due to the faithful workof n,ece. Miss Cleona &mpbli. -, '
* against retiring Consul Commander. a delightful time /had
[_ Sharp Williams, and he however, and was the was by .
111as4 la that opposition bv lie fled the until a few weeks Following his election, W H. Lvle one I present Mis Campbell #

a tad a single Republican, not apprehended UniteStates Marsh' was electe dali by an unonimousvote only been In Live O/k a few

oPa of Wlvconsin The old ago when arrested him in one of II to the office of Adviser Lieutenaut. bui she has ads many

*he declared to be too auto- John F. Horr England States where, it The remaining offices with but one ')r and\s deservedly popular as
the New exception were contested. The seen by\he man beautiful and
W)8g two
> the
too much power in living under an
he was
was charged, I elections were made: presents rec/ved last Blunt
+f tht speaker, but, after a brought back to Florida ; following
acrimonious discussio.i. alias. lie was went before Judge Banker H. J. Heath; Clerk, J. P. young people eiuoyed several dif

and yesterday 1 Lamb Watchman, H F. LascMter; games dtriDg i th evening a4
'fte adopted by a party vote. entered his plea of guilty
and V "
Jtt* were appointed by Locke returned against Sentry, A. E. Leslie; Manager for engaged in bean coate i

basses to inform president to the indictment the sentence as I, three year term. K A. Gray. first prize Sa\ng to Mr R. I.

l him. Then came the Following the election of office and Mi* liVJlie Mardre and
Vets had met and was read and the ending of
given above, At- the following memorial was presented ) : booby to fiia M a Wright and I
any message be might wish Crandall will be carried
case ( 1 ; .
'cat.. next few days to : for consideration Hajpard Mrylarvard WM i
lanta within I "To the Rt. Rev Charles B. Oallo- happy ip his remarVi and very
store anj representatives of his sentence.TItU"In
hett ia and both houbv MJ begin the serving way. Bishop President at the Florida thr/nghout the e\j>ing The '1

Annual Conference Methodist haA and parlor of t. pasta-
sat of respect to the memory ; SUM
Episcopal Church South and to werfv ecorated with fer&V roses
i *ho have died during the
1 Government for i! Your Cabinet, Greeting :: ao4 holly and gave a cVerfwl
toagress JNWI'S
To Hun I'ncle I "The members of Browning Camp ce to what was a very VrigM

>o\t TweHe 2.-Accordingto1 I II ;No.: 4 j. Woodmen of the World. in cheerful evening. Mrs. C. S.

\rk 1'irtuc.cis : Washington n, Dec. the various i i the camp assembled"' do memorial idreth, Jr, Mrs Waterbury and
I estimates and ; iss Zelia Gresham assisted lIr.
angels you
did the the a vernment and ;nd r>'=nettfuilv! petition '
aby other! departmaBt the total | sour cabinet by an unanimous VDte in entertaining. De..cons! re
cLir today
Yea, love. sub t to c ss of the 103 members of tLls camp I were served and the t
and required I I
rue They must amount ap t dated the current year I I,i that our brother sovereign, Howard I II departed declaring they had ,
t an is to listen togo for expenses I I Dutill. newly elected by unanimous a most delightful "entAlNM .
2 will be $710.297.6 20. .

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:f CHRISTMAS Write ISOVELTIES For AND CatalogueOF GIFT-GIVING GOODS. i iJ t II Make Money in Jacksonville Real" Es .



! : i Investment Jacksonville Real Estate that will at once appeal to

t ::4 Diamonds, Watches Clocks, Brooches, :+ man and woman who can place as much as $10 a month in a real estate

r Rings, Scarfpins, Cut Glass, Handpainted + It ing accouet. The combination at the low price made is just as sure to .

f China, Silverware of all kinds, Teasets, I + a fifty to one hundred per cent profit as Jacksonville is sure to grow.

Bread trays, Pitchers, Knives, Forks, I 1* takes in three of the most rapidly developing sections of Jacksontij ee"corners"
Spoon. Case Cups, Childs Cups, Flasks, : the situation and makes the small investor absolutely sure oi ."
Corkscrews. Decanters, Match Boxes :
+ three lots in the Fall combination
Thimbles and Pencils. := profits. By buying Special the investor OB

No. 3783. Price $685.00.GREENLEAF i save $150 on the present selling prices. The three lots [any choice from plat
i in this combination and their follow 1
+ present selling prices : ;
'i & CROSBY CO. Jacksonville.FIa

Jewelers Goldsmiths and Silversmiths. i I Murray Hill Heights, approached by beautiful Highway
paved from St. Johns drive paved the
i new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Railway 1
t. 4' 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.++. I and asub-divisionthat, is all white, and extremely $200 4

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GENERAL DIRECTORY. i Hanks ,Safest Place for Money. Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and

: (Atlanta Constitution.) Kings road, in front of the Edward Waters College site

F STATE OFFICERS. i Abb Gore a wealthy farmer living and adjacent to more new cottages than any other seen $3 5 0

N. B. reward, Governor.H. near Cuthbert Ga.. placed $1,500 i tion of Jacksonville, present selling price...___.._.... .....

Clay Crawford Secretary of State. currency between the mattresses of East Grand Park, approached by beautiful Kings road a
-. Wm. V. Knott. Treasurer. his bed for safekeeping. When he mignificent suburb, 'high-class, clean, strictly) white and $ t 5

r A. C. Croom Comptroller. went to draw on his hoard the rapidly developing, present selling price______...._..._ .. 0
money was missing. No one knows
W. H Ellis, Attorney GeneralB.
{ when or by whom the robbery was
E. McUn Commissioner of Agrlaltare. $700'We
perpetrated. The main fact is that -

r an excess of caution bas cost this .
W. ii. Hollow-ay, State Superintend I worthy citizen a sum which, doubtless will sell these combina-

r ent Public Instruction. he can 111 afford to spare at, this tions. limited number, and $ 550
[ Ernest Amos State Auditor. time. until otherwise advised for -

f W. B. Saddler Assistant Auditor. The Cuthbert instance is only one
t of a number of similar ones reported The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bought only b
recently, in The Constitution. The these combinations at the phenomenally low rate of $550. and on the easy terms of flfl

L SUPREME COURT. result is always the same ho'evervarious cash and $10 a month without interest or taxes.

f T. M. Shackleford. Chief Justice; the accompaniments. Sometimes + Only a limited number of these combinations will be sold. Therefore ACT QUICK.

A. \\: Cockrell. J. B. Whitfleld it is the old shoe that is called 1 Leave the selection to us and we will give :you absolutely the best choice unsold guar* -

i *v wick Taylor R. C. Parkhlll. W. into requisition as a safety deposit teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots. We issue a straight coniract for ded.r L

A. Mocker Associate Justices. vault, and that Is either burned o I Our titles are absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry.

given away with Its precious con .... PLACE SAVINGS IN JACKSONVILLE DIRT. I
RAILROAD tents. It may be the "old reliable"
stocking i which meets the fate ; Jacksonville, the gateway to Florida, is the most rapidly growing city in all the Souti, ,
it Hudon Burr Chairman; N. II.Illltth Or, as \as happened in a number of =j: perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six years ago, it is today a city of over fifty i
I, J. L. Morgan. Royal C cases, n\ney has been drawn from I + thousand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan C'!1- 1
Dunn, Secretary. :: made up of a fine citizenry from all section Jo the world. It is one of the cleanest, he21thi
innumerable banks an secreted in any one of an I Ii iest. ccost beautiful cities of its size in Ah.trica. It is a city of magnificent homes !i

JtKMUKR CONGRESS, SECOND diversity: 0 hiding j i I .1. churches, schools. It is a citd with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach every
places, only U e lost wit the des j il:: of the world. Great trunk
DISTRICT. j port railway lines connect the four comers of the Unitw
Unction of the ouse by re or it" : :: States.: It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe sound profitable real estate Ii
t Frank. Clark. pillaging by burglVs.Which i:'p inufctments. It has never haJ a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values
emphas>fze. the f;: t that the follow natural The
+ causes. city is growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming: the
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.B. only abso tely safe \ace Jr currea- I
4: centers of business and residential activities. Real estatealues in the city alone in-
1L Palmer Judge. cy, In lari "nial am' lOts, is m ::1: creased over a million last .t'ar-the suburbs increased in a greater proportion.
Cary A. Ilardee. State's Attorney. the banks on he towns a d cities i '
Georgia. It I isVof course, e inalienable n'Ii : LOOK US UP !

right of nVn and omen to
COUNTY OFFICIALS. loard their mOll y in anv preeario'tmanner ::: The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of $ OOOOO and assets of $8->.001.
J, D. Johnson ,State Senator. that maX" sngge t itself to t Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the coeth.

their Hjgenuity, o\ appea to theirIt :&: As to our reliability and financial stnading, ask the banks.
fancied sense of s eurity. is distinctly i
thelrown usines* if they Jacksonville, ,
N. B.--We publish on the 1st and 15th of each month THE
\V It. Dorman. W. McClellan.. sustain loss t reb INVENTORR' GUIDE. If you
I are interested in real estate and desire to place your surplus savings in the safest and
But when it isborne in mind thatheir t
i most, profitable security on earth, tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE.
zealous prudence is groundless,
J. N Conner, .
County Judge.J. :
that while no one has heard of even + J. D. CO. I i im
W Br)on, Clerk Circuit Court. I
J. H. Kiekerson. Sheriff. the weakening of a single bank fro I Arh++h-'r+I-i'4+wiri+++++.p1++I I"Hin mi i H1 1 1 n it 1 1 1 1 1 1 II m H-H '
the present situation while there are j I "
U I). Lord Treasurer. I
countless reports of the rifling or Ii i ----I-
I: erciK.Mr.
J. N fceeks. Tax Collector. other loss of secret hoards-it seems i JUST
.\. I). Hemming, Tax Assessor.J to be a needless price that these un- i BilhnDoat jou think that ARRIVED : il]
every man shorUdyfave a voice in the
1:. Wood County SuperintendentPublic fortunate people are paying for their : affairs of goverafi p'nt?" I
Instruction.II yielding to a timorous instinct. i
Mrs. Wise/ -\et, but he oughtto
E. Carter. Judge Criminal Courtof The banks and fiduciary institutions I' exercise i in someWher way than 2 Cars Flour,
Record. of Georgia were never more conservatively / I
shouting a election b 'etln.
O. O. )ld JlJom. Solicitor Criminal managed or in safer fiu- I 1 Car Meal and Grits I
ancial condition. The very precautions I II j
\ wise man imrv.'hot_ give a woman
they are taking are calculated
)I. M llawkin. Clerk Criminal Court what she wants}>\ he has sense 1 Car Carckers and
to reinforce their stability. The men j' Candy.Let .
-- !enough not to tell hXr he won't. i
or women who foolishly surrender to
the spirit of groundless fear have
W. A. Tison. Chairman; M. IBurnett .. only themselves to blame If they are That It: us have your orders for Apples I

J. J. Dempsey, J. II. the sufferers in the burning or stealing Cough yourself Into a fit of spasms

Grant. II. II. Darts. of the accumulations of jears. and then wonder why you don't get Bananas, Oranges, Grapes, Nutsand !
well. If you will only try a bottle of
- Candies. "
Ballard's Horebound Syrup you j
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.I Pasted Examination Successfully
James Donahue, New Britain, cough will be a thing of the past. It Remember the Club Cigar]
It. WU. Chairman; A. D. Putertaugh is a positive cure for Coughs In- Tampa 1
Conn., writes: "I tried several kidney
R. H. Carver. flueaza, Bronchitis and all Pulmonary I i They are the best.
remedies and was treated by our best :
diseases.! One bottle will convince

CITY DIRECTORY. improve physicians until for I diabetes took Foley's, but did Kidney not 'ou-at your druggist, 25c, SOc and Pay us in Clearing House Certificates, :

>1 00 Sold by Suwannee Drug
J. B. Johnson, Mayor. Curt. After the second bottle I sho- Co. decdw'lethml. )i'

C. II. Brown Alderman and PresidentClt ed improvement and five bottles live Oak
Council. cured me completely. I have sine i Brokerage Commission ell
TletA1Vorr .
S. P. Ma)s, Clerk Assessor anil passed a rigid examination for life ) > ,i
Treasurer. Insurance. Foley's Kidney Cute After takia,* anti-fat yeatment fora
week, an ob se person received a OLD A. C. L. >
Aldermen-S. J. White. T. S. Antler cures backache and all forms of I bill. \ / FREIGHT DEPOT i
J. M Barclay. W. J. Hillman kidney and bladder trouble. City i:
son. I "But doctor," Je protested, 'Lhavrn't Visiting Merchants are ,' .. tfc ir
Pharmacy. dec-dw invited to make *
J. i:. Wood J. L. White. quarters while "u- .
in .
I lost anyOai\r The bill is I city. ,
I too big" / \ I _ ...
When a maV draps his coin at the I -
\\". H. Lyle, Superintendent City "Tb bill,'/the doVor informed I
races be can cbjH, it up to running ; .1
Water Works. I him curt Ms part ok the treat- PA. WARREN

!t. H. Haddock, City Marshal and I expenses. ment."-Philadelphia Ledger... ,
Sanitary Inspector. ---
Early to t>\land What' GENERAL SHOP-
W. D. Wright Police. REPAIR
early to rife, makes one healthy worth doing is worth doing well! If
happy and wit*--e ctally if you yon wish to be cured of Rheumatism
Notice to Our Customer take Herbiae before retiring. A positive ne Ballard's Snow Liniment and you OVER THE AUCTION' HOU [.

We are pleased to announce thatFoley cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia will be "well cured." A positive cure We are now ready for business. Furniture rtsa"K! :! I
'* Honey and Tar for coughs, and all liver complaints. Mrs. S-, for Sprains. Neuralgia. Bruises. Con- repairing, harness, shoes, etc. ;
colds and lung troubles is not affected Columbia. Tenn.. writes: "I alw:'s traded Muscles and all the ills! that For ., std
by the National Pure Food and 1 ht'ei a supply: of lour Herbine on' "..''-h is heir to. .V. G.f.. Wi'liams! any of novelty work, such as oakl: -' " {,"

Drug law as it contains no opiate i tiand Am so p'eased wish the relief \a\",,"t.t: TOX.Iwnv: "i hav-- wardrobes writing desks book and show casts ,,::. fta:

or other harmful drugs and we recommend it gives in coavipntlon a"d all Hv"r ':-,'d Snow T inJmeot fer' 1"-ra 7",1 erators, center or dining tables, made to onltr I' 'c 1."

It as a fife remedy for complaints, t!',-t words can't ex' _amy '*. ::nd "' 'C 'ra -e': '>e of sat =;fa K-. made to order. We will varnish paint or en antture. -,. .: Js tt.f- ,

children and adults. City Phar appreciation Sold by SL1 "annee. t'on. I alwa:'9 keep it in the house pianos, organs and mantels. \\:e mean t.. be busne: "

mazy dec-dw Drug Co. dec-dw Sold by. Sawannee. Drug Co. dec-dw ,Give us a trial Charges reasonable. .
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j- TJ T FL0RIDIAN, Kennedy's Laxative 1

:.:je-**"*** '*>T Practical causes bowels a through free yet gentle Cough action of Syrup the' to wholesale maintain drug and operate business for Including profit a ____

which which the cold : the manufacture of drugs and chemi- Live Oak Perry & 6uIfR. R. Co.
pe1eatg Krndrrrd. I. forced out of the system. Child I cals, and all other artjfcles Incident to '

1 'Luia Tribune.) ren like It. Contains no I said business; to maintain and operate -
of artificial ice was a narcotics. Sold opiates nor J i for profit a retail and wholesale The Mineral
ttor by Live Oak Drug mercantile establishment, engaging : Springs Route.was .
body lies buried Co.
pose dec- therein In the buying manufacturing -
la. Hit name was Dr. I and sale of all classes ,f commodities ?SOUND Wy SOUND

and in I860 he treat- ORDINANCE :No. 68. incident to said basic ess; to buy, lilt C1uI nuT CUSI SCHEDULE rIi3TCLiba 514CIs.e ; .
rent or otherwiib
artificial Ice. So use and dispose
il N .to of real Frt f'rtp'lp EFFECEIVE
estate, rouses and lots
to benefit to the Pun Poe. Pau Pa.. OCT. 27, 1907
its Dees An ordinance and timber lands; to enjoy all the 1 +Faa. Pus Fa Pass)
lMpread the Intro- imposing a penalty benefits, privileges
MW rights and franchises -
I on 9 5 13
tkepat g its F18 almost physicians for falling to report to : guaranteed by the laws of the A 3'7') .M A.M P.M P1M P.M 1A.M P.M1P.M -
the P.M
belle that /he art has Mayor of the City of Live Oak, State of Florida, In the conduct of STATIONS i iDatly A.M A.M
1 certain tte aforesaid business. Sun Sun D ID
infectious ex u Sun Darr '
4 read?. And yet or contagious diseases ouly onlT! Sua ex Dab Sun un
pen v Article: 3. The amount of the Sunday only Sun only ontr only S.odatL.
/bIn the coming within his practice L.e Lr. Lre L.e Lre -Ar Ar
> Is w me- capital stock of said corporation shall Ar er Ar j_
y 0 Ilf/E Who would said City. be Ten Thousand Dollars (110,000), 7 4511 10 9 1 41 u. Oak ......... 535350 400 w
etferlr.! Who BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor consisting of one hundred shares, 505.1130 144 { ... Starr. ........... 61 ll SD b 17 1
k t led r j- which said shares 8101135 8 152 437 M.rce,....., ,,,.. 9461125 512 320 3e
and shall
.1 the ice ln theM City Council of the City of Live be of par IS11; 40 9 2h 165 410 Pktt." ........... 431122 509 31s1:2 b
.o hen Oak, Florida: value of one hundred dollars ($100) 8 3011150 3820t450 ::::::_an .......... 321t 12 500

tit In e cold weather Section 1.-\\"hoeTer. per share, and said capital stock may a 6112 l0 9 4R :!: 600 3001...... Dowling Park ......i 2511 os 11 is, 2 '53O0
from lakes and rivers being a licensed be paid for in cash merchandise,
850121595! ...,... '
warehouses, the or practicing physician within labor and services all of which: shall 85U20100, 2 6 04 3 ...... 1510 16 11 40 4 43 23S 1, 4
lane 2 fl 611
|i the City be ...........
of Live Oak. Florida, fails approved In value by the Board of 25. 4.-'Y. '
In sawdust. .. I i
9 1'
I tt ke to Directors; said capital stock be 300 52 5551020 219'
report Immediately to the may 12 3 ::. '
said Mayorof Increased in the discretion of said 9 3 s Lt os S 6 . ::......._.Smth.I 8 5010 l 54
City 8 8 1014
every case of yellow fever ...,.,
"; WAS SO SORRY corporation in the sum of Twenty- i 41 6 01 .....- a 14 9 se I of
g small cholera 10 4 O 1 _PeTTy..._.........
pox five 800 r
dlptherla. Thousand Dollars ($25,000), ten 1201
10 35 ,
{ 15 i '...Rampton Springs.... 7 45 9 25
P scarlet fever and scarlitina that per cent of which said capital stock
Xther GlshGu for Child lie cornea within his practice, within said shall be paid In to said Company before MAYO AND ALTON BRANCH. !
Had Killed.Pa the Issuance of Letters Patent.
city shall be punished by fine of
Dec. 2.='I have not exceeding Five a Article 4. The term for which P.M'A.M'' I jP.M' A.M P.M P.M I
Hundred ($500) this corporation Is to exist shall be L..IL.. 1 Ar Ar Ar
your son dead. I ambit Dollars, or by Imprisonment not ex- ninety-nine years. 12201000 I .....Mayo lunrl oD..... 11 al 435 235 J: r

34 Ito ran him down." ceeding ninety (90) days or both I I Article 5. The regular annual ;-:;'i;-;-,jL 201 ..... .-.peu........_... aB 4 20 t
yrioainlllionalre oil man such 12 40 10 15 I 11 _.::...Peter on__...... it 11 4 19 215 I
t fine of the = I
and Imprisonment, at the meeting stockholders of said 12 6010 %5 j I 3S..; ............-Mayo..._......... 11 06 41 2 .I I1
ate, made the r8&S4 *- discretion of corporation shall be held in the office ; -
the I I' ----1
Ho\i Mayor. of the Company In Live Oak. Florida, I 4 ..?....._ A1ton.w_...... 11 406 1
ie. a Syrian, of Sec. 2.-That this ordinance shall A.MPMA.MP.. P.MP.M A.MA.MA.MP.MP.MPM 1D
on Tuesday after the first Monday in
N 1d bouleva d. this morning, become effective immediately upon Its !I January of each year, at which time eJ: ;;;:'sun !ID ex sun D eJ: Jun Sun U1l Dell D.
ilbWf loving ar stood at the passage by the Council and approved said stockholders shall elect a Board I Sun 'un 'Only'Onlr Sun ,Only UD On T Only Only Sun ua '
r Md U It the rVutfced body of by the Mayor. I of Directors and attend to such other 1.
le elre I i matters as shall properly come before f I 3 71 1TT; 1 t3 2 12 14 16 4 8
) ag years. Attest: ,
said stockholders in meeting as
iIk m had been S. P. MATS C. H. BROWN. I sembled; and the Board of Directors Trains scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic: a '

; lose to a tat dinner when City Clerk. Pres. Council. elected by said stockholders at said Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connectionscall "t I

tu IB front oXarcBind. the machine I. S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the City I time as soon thereafter as practical, on any ticket agent. 1

SN lastutl kit d. The auto of Live Oak Florida, do hereby certify -I shall elect a President a Vice-Presi- J. LEE ENSIGN, President. II. P. HOPKlNS.Traffle Manager I 'J
dent and a Secretary and Treasurer, J
to tha thud's home with that the
foregoing Ordinance, No. {
!! the last of which be ,
two offices may bm ',' I
body/ Lion pulled an 66, was regularly passed by the City held by one and the same person, and

# ec/ney from his Council on the 6th day of November I:I at such first annual meeting the J

&id, pectin/off several one- A. D. 1907 and the same is here 'Board of Directors elected as aforesaid ATLANTIC I
bill placed them in91)lrs. by certified to the Mayor for his ap-!I shall adopt by-laws for the government LINE j
I of the affairs of said corporation ,
Howie, saying:
proval. I I and until and before said
Ids a food funeral, mother. Witness my hand and the seal of I first annual meeting, the business or

srry, very sorry." raid city this 6th day of November I i businesses of said corporation shall Rail Road ; !"
Mellon's chauf- A. D. 1901. be conducted by a President, a Vice-
I I President and a Secretary and treasurer -
Baa arrested and placed under S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. I and until said meeting C. S. t -\

Wt Examined and approved by me, I!| Brown Live Oak, Fla., shall be President II Goes evenwhere North. South |l t '
this November 6th, A. D. 1907. i i ; F. E. Thomason, of Live Oak, a I'H
r Fla.. shall be Vice-President and W. ij
i41c is m' vtidg J. B. JOHNSON Mayor. and West. Pullman |
> 'I L. Ulmer, Live Oak, Fla., shall beSecretary H East Through

>airy, Ala. N'ojrWA spe- and Treasurer; and all of D '
the undersigned incorporators. to- service all trains.CONSULT '
TicalwKa : Congrt'ssL on .
I wit C. S. Brown, F. E. Thomason, I Ir
r, abwel completed ar. i CimiTEK. w. L. Ulmer, V. Granberg and \'.'. If.l ,
t t erartment of ag- l: Jones shall compose the Board of ) ,
Notice Is hereby given that the

40ttsp to P certain to eee experiments if they canE four undersigned weeks publication incorporators of this will notice, after, I I Directors.Article 6. The highest amount the of I II THE "PURPLE FOLDER"For I
I indebtedness or liability to which I II
per or other useful apply to Honorable N. B.
: corporation can at any time subject
Governor of the state of Florida, for
lh'hsvn his I
i itself shall be twice the amount of its i
the issue of Letters Patent incorporating -
tkyricult Idepartmer.ttrtton capital stock at said time actually
stalks! raised in the the corporate them as name a body of corporate Brown-Thoma-under I paid in to said corporation. ;I detailed informotion, schedules, rates I
Article 7. The and residences
1 and sample s of soil from son Drug Company, with the following of the subscribers names to the stockof ii and reservatione, see your nearest ticket :

t eJ rrte grow n. j je proposed charter hereto attachedto '
is follows
said corporation as : write call
jI this notice: R agent, or or on #
I C. S. BROWN, C. S. Brown, Live Oak, Florida, J K

&> ) n unarrisntt. W.F. E.H.THOMASON JONES twenty F. E.shares.Thomason Live Oak, Florida, li J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, | : .

fokota, with Its rich silver J V. GRAX URG. twenty shares. it Live Oak Florida.
W. H Jones Orange Bend Flor ,
Isatasa farm, wide rams ; W. L. UL IER.
ida twenty shares.
amoral formations Is a Copy of Charter. \'. Granberg, Live Oak, Florida, -- -DR-- -
voaderfal At Mound Article 1. The name of this corporation twenty shares. i 4

%tTw boom- of Mrs E. D CIapt. shall be BrownThomasonDrug W L. Ulmer. Live Oak, Florida, FRANK C. BOYlST District Passenger Agent {
Srfst Company, with its place of business twenty shares. R
of la
case healing has tiller
'**tppt In the city of Live Oak, Florida, I State of Florida. Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. i
con seemed neir other branch offices I
together with such i I County of Suwannee.Before
"* HtiA lug and throat trouble in said State or United Statesas I i me this day personally ,' I 7i
wag coaching pelts occur- may be determined upon by the came C. S. Brows F. E. Thomason, (]I I I' 1'1" r I "I I Ii r

Wsry eve Board of Directors of said corpora- W. I.. Ulmer W. H. Jones and V.
ttlnutrs, writes Mrs I --------- ------ ---
Granberg, to me well known who on
'ta I began giving Dr Article 2. The general nature of oath deposes and says that they sign.

lrt* Discovery the great the business or businesses to be transacted -led I and acknowledged the foregoing Live Oak M'fg. Co. I !
"*fc that saved his life and comf by said corporation shall be a proposed charter for the uses anJ ; ;
business, includIng -I therein: set forth
ea d 11nt" Guaranteed for general retail drug purposes
the busing and selling for profitof In Witness Whereof, I have here I L
sad colds, throat and lung all drugs, chemicals toilet ,I unto set my hand and seal this November Manufacturers of .
by Barclay L Groo\er dru other goods 14, J 901.I .

ht tad f! 00 Trial bottle wares each and and merchandise every usually car I B. W. HELVENSTON, Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lights I.r
of like character: Notary Public.WIW1T ;
.., dev-dw ried in a business !
Power and Turpentine.
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Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for .,

Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. -. ..It

Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacturing I

purposes. 1 i iI.
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special i .1 '

I. attention, and all orders promptly filled. i n- II

\Ve will give you gcod prices on !low grade ceiling and f t

\ flooring: Come: and get cur >rices.I .
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I I HE SUNSHINE of the Sunny South j I

14. II I T lives in bottled Coca.Cola. This great .

\ By universal testimony Red Rock I 1.f American drink has now become a : I

awardedm NK II household necessity. Invaluable in : '
Fruit has been I
Punch assures distinctness and I I G straightening out domestic trials and the tribulations ..

the palm of aftoffAould be prepared m accordance I of housekeeping. From grandson to

I success to all grandfather, it fills along-felt want and offers

With the the needed for indispositions
following: just invigoration spring t
Twent)9-Fhge Guests) and over-taxed nerves. It helps to c ddme
. ( Sufficient 1 PINEAPPLEs solve the "Servant Problem." ; J
8 Oft" 6
GES ROCK GINGER ALEe Bottled Coca-Cola Even Cooks '
f RED Happy

1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT pineapple MARASCHINO fine, cover with sugar, I It i ;

J crushto orangesfor d lemons, chop out the JUIce and add to this juice the I

i hours press just before serving add

t |bt of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. I I

fce four quarts of Red ROCK. live Oak Bottling Works Sole Agents. 1

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GOOD FOR DAX. We call this.. financial depression !!i- -$- -$- 'I i- -3' '

LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT The remarkable merging of physical which the country now feels a panic,,

and mental training in oar but have you heard of tanks any
Published every Afternoon modern colleges and universities i>> where in tne South suspending? I fc fiI

Except Sunday. well illustrated In the news just mace There hasn't been half a dozen bank i: Qng nce

public that Dan McGugin, the celebrated failures In the entire South, and very :
few in the :North but if it hadoeen I .
football coach has made a
CHAS. W. ITVIEditor and M'g'r.Cntet.d (
a j five years' contract ,.fthj Vanderbilt a real panic there would have Begets enthusiasm, which accounts fer

at the rosiodce. Lire Oak coafn or train the football been hundreds of such failures and, v.- the ardor with which we are pushing
I and has worse still, a general suspension of
team 0that institution
Florida., as Second Class Mall Matte -
also been ged by thl same school .he "public works" of the country
:. November 7. 1903. r ea It The First National
I as Professor\of Constitutional Law.and with men thrown out of employment

connect..J based oA Engineering ay hundreds of thousands. Durjanks

THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPASY. I I specifically!r That rind of double were never sounder than now i Every safeguard is thrown around National
stunt is calculated to give a college and their depositors, so far from i .
.. THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be I president UX; good dId} Dr. Nunnally kicking because thVr can't draw all te They are frequently inspected by agents of the

milled to any part of the United of Columbia Coilefce at Lake City their money out and ring on a sure- l troller of Currency, and are called on to ..

States postage: prepaid, for |5.00 I sensations mixed disgust and despair enough panic, shoul b/ heartily sworn statements to him five times each year, '*-

per year: i=.50( for six months; and yet pan is/not/ only a high- thankful for thcwisV precautions II they are under the direct supervision of the Nau. :'

for II.S5 fire for weeks three,months in advance., or 50 cents DeIhlred I class athlete /with the muscles of a those same bankiMTSTe ten to keep i al Government, and its the strongest on earth .
prize-fighftrj'and knows how to use themselves solid abd save the country -
to any part of the city by ofI '
carrier for 10 cents per week. I them but fte Is gi polished gentle from % stupindoii calamity. Sr I Safest Banking,
man and lea ned lawyer fully equal Never in th \hlstob- the United I Best Methods,

to his professorship. He stands for States has the bgen af financial de- Iet for Up-to-date Service
Lire Oak is toyfcave a 'second the coB 'acj ce wilch is to be strong pression attended with ess loss than l Liberal Treatment.,
coming-out conT tioa.' If all the In body:: Ss well .j mind the square- this one, and in comparison with i

eandidatesldteca they will have to shouldered, manly fellows, with big some of the old-time panics when 913- Conservative Methods

pat sideboara around the town to biceps who scorn the weapons of the banks and industries were everywhere S Always the National Banks.
keep themjflronY crowding off into use They have &*>
man-killer'and it almost like
can whip a pistol-toter collapsed seems
f the Sawa feee rlTerNxSt. Petersburg before: heVrojet his "gun" out, and prosperity. But some of us are f stitutions.pered in greater numbers than all other banking

Indepehdent. leave no jrwowXnd orphans as the bound to kick because we can't be

i results of *V mo entary loss of happy unless we are kicking, and If I Watch us grow, our profits are now as lai ..

The old war on national bankIng temper. It Is wje athletlc man and we didn't have any good cause for t our capital was at our beginning.FIRST .
i system,has been evfved since the I the athletitTace that are to come out kicking we would kick all the' same

present flnaociafttroibles set in, but I ahead in the stern competitions of just because we didn't have.

r under a 'Repnblfc jr administration ,i the future, and systematic athletic f NATIONAL BANK

i we may na,mor exwet any material spor hould be heartily encouragedin There is more than one large. ,
t change in thal ljVem than we may I everyVchool, big and; little in the strong, valuable lesson which
t hope for any real revision of the 1 Live Oak Florida.
South. PSopla not familiar with the thoughtful people will draw frog ; I II
tariff. I facts tqulg DQ surprised to know prevailing financial conditions. The I

what fin\ s /cfmens of athletic de- Bible somewhere tells us tnat no man
-- -$-$-$-$-$- -*
Regret for the death f T. T. Stock --3-s-9-w-i-t-t-t-t-i
telHcmentXaje a very large proportion liveth to himself. He literally ca'I'tdo

t.t t. ton seems to tie geneml all over FlorIda at fff modern successful men today it, no matter how much, in his -- ---- ----- -- H

When if we Integrityythal JudgXjr the kindness and that, too, along the most Intellectual utter selfishness, he may want to, and VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLfcASUPg RESAtDOWLINU ...
t lines. And that very the growing interdependence of communities -
bine in witV force of char
any yfa muscularity, which made them strongto >nd individuals under
t and trte ability\ do things {
acter o
endure and resist, has been a big modern cond Ions is making it so PAR
well, that Tan Is always r ssed when j \
factor in their success. that what affec one must in varying
he goes away, for his kind are not others. -
affect all fte The
degree run "WAT 00'0\S UPO\ THE
SUA4ft .iU.
numerous and the world needs them.
The Democrat has received the first on the Knickerboc r Trust Company

F issue of the Florida Pennant, a in New YorVjCity Jt f w weeks 35., Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottgt:
Editor l arris, of th Ocala Banner,
monthly magazine issued by the Dixie was apparentlXa pur y local affair,
pays this L\h tribuj* to the late Literary Society: of the University of and >el out of \it lent influences hCT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. COOOSC01 tiJ ..
rI Thomas T. i VjcktoJ, business man WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BiLLiARD TABLES. TftltCftAPMAPhCNE IQ t
Florida. U is a creditable publication which haAe pene 2h jp to ever homein
Times- I with an\nteresting table of con- AmeriCTi, no Aatr how
bumblP.1 ON,, ICMJIPR
s tents. From i,k editorial section we and no luaV: hilh/or low, RATES REASONABLE__ 6ULfSCOECt1C5Atl, .."."."
"We knew/ Mr. Stockton all "
take the followiiIn : poor has beeiNa' .eio escape it. The

through his career, frq Si his bojbood view of the facy that some Boston Post refers Jo this as follows ADDRESS PflRK/ HOTEL DOWLINOPflRK./\ FLORIDA t.tv1..t t
until Ms de/th, and we >now of no ignorant; people in\thy State ban Now and then we need such an I 'Jt
Incident in his life that will not bear made ridic ijjatUje dballness of our example as that fchich has been ::

the most searching criticism." student bod\. we siriply state that furnished by the so-called panic-- I 4 IIIJIJJ1111 IIJ+ii ++M+. +. +++++ +

the UniversitX of F' rids at present from which the country is happily fi 01-

Give us an early primary next has mor\ men lakinJ; collegiate work emerging-of the duty which the individual 1907 i THE 1401I
year so that we naay put our State in the foor co ege/classes than has owes to the whole in our + -

and county candid tes out of their II any other sHrool tti the State; and community. It serves to teach that Crescent
agony as sooncis pisslbfc. and then I! we are prepared t(| prove this state none of us lives for himself alone
concentrate ourNundiiJaed attention ment. Remember that the State but that his welfare is bound up in + -

upon the gVat taslf t electing William 1 University does not have Law Medicine that of all its neighbors and even in ; J! LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.

J. Br'a \P esl*nt of the United Pharmaceutical, Music or Kindergarten that of hfs far distant fello'v ': ___ ; ____
States. We nuy Jrot do it, but *'e I departments." citizens." '
will give the other fellow a run for I I I I ii| The Prescription Drug Store.

his money that will make him know Here in the month of December Thirteen new members took their !+ i.,

he has had a race. I when grim old Winter has fairly settled seats in the United States Senate yes- 1 i"+ '

,I down qn his throne Hasting terJay. They arfl' William E. Borah, I:::1: I
There is as jet very little crystaliz- in this State s shipping: lettuce hI of Idaho SimonX Guggenheim of Ii --- -
Ing of public sentiment In the matter the carload toV'ew York The soil Colorado: Norris arown, of Neb + Jt make-nodif. 1 II m.h........

of the gubernatorial succession, andIt J inexhaustible raska; Jonathan p\urcaf; Jr., of I*,!: Sfrvnvf \\Iw'l ftrt-we wbi'..
mould be rash tk say which one of I Oregon; JoEepift \I Tbi. n, of Montana + blank pHlrc1ut''- .arll .
i ILaal.l.
t' e cctompllshed: gVulersea seeking I the fUPiptioaSorWlt to advantage : John H. lianTneda and Joseph i:1 1:.* torntpH}our tl turs'tits'14lrl

that honor Is fixst In fee, popular pref I Those people\at Ili,' t'ngs have that F. Johnsfon, of JAlabafna; Frank 0.1 I 'e ('rj I't ion on i .. ., prr.erip1>e saf
erence. But ybej&tockton boom kind ofVimpfJon me are glad to safl'. jJriggs. o\ X/W .tfrsey; Jeffr'ejlais I II ij \w.anfiUtlu. NtMSiiltlMf
' Very rust qualities but somen ww o /the rest of us arlarking. .. I of ArlvansaThomas II.'center I cormtlv. , .
II ""11,
f i
p in It ands highly s /gesUve of stayIng But whit we lack in gum : of KentiRky; Harry H. :!:
powerV We Aoi 't doubt that Mr. tion we make up in kicking: which I Kiel'ards>on. of Delaware; Isaac I: ------ ---

Stockton caVa sefl the situation very while it brings us in no money, give s Stephenson, Wisconsin, and RobertL. P s

thoroughly before be announced and i jus plenty of exercise. Taylor, of Tennessee. 1
didn't announce!until he was firmly I -
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convinced that he would have all the i Where You Get Your Correctly f ilkd at I
boys beat at the showdown.The II HI I H 1 I I H III I 1 I 1 11 11 1 M H-1 11 i 11 1"1H1 11 I I 1 1 M I +
[Reasonable Prices.

: :E I et us fill your prescription and aril your drug stain arttcle. W., .".,' a iu''l=
Florida postmasters of the HouseCERTIFICATES .. '".*
Clearing line of fresh and reliable irouda. Bring us your pre first second and third class recently "I :t: rectly at lowest pncea. Shone us your order. Prompt and rrli lI"MOINE -:.a:'<"" 8

organized: themselves Into a State As- 1 I + ISO, 22O

sociation the following In Jacksonville Vftcers:, and President elected, GOOD ,Ii The Crescent Pharmacy, 3

Gt'OrreV.; Bean.Vf Tampa vice
presidents, W. H. rtbrup of Pensa- II LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.

colaT.. A. yign pf Demand. J. F. I i P. S.-Use "Fletcher's 66" for Chills and fever. No Cur, N. P*.,
Strunk of I 'esburg, IT M. Weeks, ,t
of GI. \ We wish to announce to our. friends, cus- **
n t. Marys; secretary to be &\>- i or i IM IH..M ii t 11 11 i t n H i | | H fit | | | | | I H 11 M *

pointed Dvye present; treasurer, : : tomers and to the public in general, that we NPAETY
D. T. Gerow of cksonville. The
new organlzaUo /will hold its firs! ;+i1 will be glad to accept t

meeting In Tampa time gJt 1 ;
some during TICKETSL'rve 1

Beyond question the best man i I III +4' Oak to DowGng Park on sak daily .4 _
arai'able for the place chosen I'
was ,..{ .{.4.-V at rate of so cents round trip; ..ithMinjmum it
when John Sha* Williams was again i i of f ..
their full face value purchases
: : at on any ,..., I of ten f..... c.n..
the !II ,
elected by mntority as their leader -
In Congress;/ learning,,,ability, : ;1; goods at our store. and in settlement of any tf 4 i+,1 ttet Agent Phone 152 for -

experience tact a\d temperament I Ii; account. In fact we are anxious to receive \\\.. further information. .
Mr. Williams s tb full/ quipment I j
for thaupositl w hope that I j It: i N them. '
our )Ir. ama will rl Buperior to w-\. ;'" i :1t
j !>!> his i>ersominority al g Ige ynd give the I
Siiwannee ? um SELL INOTHIMG t:Xci F'"r
I de his. /ordial support. .Ii Hardware Company \ !

t He cannot InJrTre Williams by not H6alth and Accident Insurance. ,.

doing, so, but he may hurt himself
I Annual Semi-Annual.Quarters, >r M< i h y r F-
both In Congress aid at home by refusing + LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. PITTS & McEWCN, General ASenls, LIVE OAK fl '
loyalty to a party leader. Insubordination -
Is only permitted toy P S We need a few more good Agents in North r 3 "

political stars of the first magnitude.| .._........... ._k........ .. ..a&a..A. I

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DECEMBER 4, 1007. KI

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I 1111111111 till I M *H |. m | HI 111II III i II1111 M 14 1111111111.. t..'

TItlelvenston: ; ,'

: Insurance _

-i the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders Agency.

xy All other nearly 700000.00, and has
for losses.
m agents together have paid practically nothin ttsy ,J \

AND-) PERSONALS[ S. Men's J. White's.Tan Shoes just received at John Mixon of ?fee tfhlte School 1 .
: :;

Torch Laaiet |month of town 4-5t, trading House settlemeVt.Twiyin this mororag/ the city for dale U HAVE YOUNOTICED : ::1: I iiiild&; .

was In the \Anlrfg
COMB THEY GO. yesterday.Joe J. A. Mike!. from r of town, THE

.._ was In the city\hi offer
Masclas /Dowllng rnlng, shak- Ve at a bargain,
Park, Ing hands with frh-ids.'
Uri o.k and SowanneefM9 was a guest of the Pfcbel yesterday. six room cottage with
Catbrrrd by theReporter.
The Union-Pressing- J. M. Johnson. 0 Carra belle, is in modern conveniences, on AND OFFER IN THE
Club, neat the city ttlrljrirnson
of work on short notlc Phone 222 dtf today. is mov- south Ohio avenue. Most LADIES' IKX1C JOURNAL
f ing his fartdly anlsL/Musehold/
Tallahasse. in goods desirable residence IS'a IAN'S. UOt'1 1t CO.\\PrttuON
rtir. I' D. SmithsonVfNWuborn l to Dowling Rarl, tere they will sectionof SATURDAY
business a make their future home. I the city. If YOU are,
visitor ifrnh/clty yesterday. COLLIER'S, DELINEATOR &: ,
tit )a is the ;city from _\ Little 'contemplating purchasing!
Miss Chxidl
i. t
!fetor.rg W. A.'Tyson, of WaUbo'rn, Newman, who a home in Live Oak
the city yesterdayNaffcraoon was In has been very sicWor the past ten come : 10 SANITOl PRODUCTS $1,00

di w" sp from Branford ness. on busi days is reported $0 better. up to our office. and let!

us show you this place. I
The Palmetto House : Fill in
(formerly one of the from
O. coupons f
C. Allison rwasjh/re i
from above
known as the Viola House Journals with our
) Is now name as
4.ieott Dr. Fla.. was li Rixford settlemmlW iterday after- open under the new Druggist, mail it td the SANITOL
management of
noon. Mrs. A. B. Rives. Transients, J1.& : EDWARDS REALTY[ CO. They LABORATORY will send with you;an One order Dollar.on J

per day. Special rates by week. tf I us for the ten products. (Retail t
t. rrler returned from Dr. A. D. Patcxbauk'jybf Branford value $2.70.)

yaty was a business vUije/in the city this The couples ;t
morning. i
61kro1 oyster fry last night at'the residence

to Lake Miss! Cora Ca>w, of I Hampton of Mr. Joh\Blackburn, and report a nice Phone No. U. I Suwannee
time: Tedder and Miss Williams I
Sprngs, was in th/\ city shopping
Karl Dardin6nd Miss Porter, The Woman Foreign Mission
N yesterday. f
jllltGske L* on. U agues t
ftk1 Pitts and MissSp ]ware, Will Dow- Society of the MeWdist Church will Drug .

tedr C. Rubenstein left his morning forAda ling and Miss VH re, Arthur Lewlu meet tomorrow aft/ noon at three Company : ;

and Miss Lane/Chae. McKinnon and o'clock at the residents I of Mrs. E. P. I
!, / ,
BL CafeV >B was here from where I. goes to visit: his Miss / "
Moore, has. KJackburn
and Groover. All la ies otthe II
daughter, who is sJUl quite sic:. He societyare I:!::=;'
Miss Thomafon, MarvfV Butler and to ber In
i $ return tom ro"
--- 1l'Jrn1nt
Miss Grim/ Frank Bla burn. Mr tion to the usual program, there addl-I R' !+++fift:w:v-Fi h-FHF3 F d i
I. Unt, at Branford. Is In the /r.
# V.mgate, and -irs. C. NVHildreth, I be a social feature. *11
'vtradisi C. M. Tuch snJ famfTy af Bran- Jr., Mr. and Mr. Baker, Mr. and Mm.H. I i
ford, were in Vt4 cl< J. D. RADFORD I
| y jesterday. Braz cell. A similar occasion is V Minutes City Council. :
ftSCWirrNAlabama.. l s reglkIMft From here\heyfwrfyuut to W. P. R.
promised at the same home for L1v\Oak, Fla., Nov. 27f 1901.
Cttodiy. Allison's to nJt for a few days.I Thursday night. City cVuncil I i
met pursuant to call i
.. f
--, of the maW. Present: /lI. Brown, STORE,
'OUrcr of ftll ord. was In the have a 12-gauge double barrel, s' 't
right for women to preach President ol council, and aldermanS.
a J"oIf4a" ; en bUllnt'' .. hammer shot gun, in best of fix; want"to Hear Miss. McKinstry next Sunday J. White,\ M. Barclay, J. E. J I t is the place to buy

exchange for Smith & Wesson morning Ad night at the Second Advent Wood, D. G. Bdrdln aId T. S. Anderson. -i your wedding and ; - Garland is in the Hammerless revolver. Foq further \ I
Chrisnnn t holiday :
Church, and It w. j ; presents. A ;
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4 f..ea, K 'I particulars apply at Democrat oJEce.: to\nswer
telp you tho question. if Ordinance Xo.t, introduced by .1 ; new and beautiful t.
--- some people \ our brld have had J. n. Wood, a mAibcr of the city line of ;
.I, Crownroovt- of IHe Moount, Mrs. L. V. Smith baa just returned one definite ca\ to/ the ministry, council, was put /P \J its first reading .,,. gift-giving :t

--- called to attendV-grfuneral of her (comparatively FpXftiag). Co onj said-ordinance /ass d iW 'first reading M opened. Every 1- I ,
Krap. of Branford Is bus! sister, Mrs. FloryC Harrison: ilrs. ; thing suitable '
a who hears her QRn\pubt but what after wbic on motiVi of D. G for a :; ,
la the city today. Harrison: was a jratlvfc of Fla., bein,; Cod bas done /reat ftings for he" Bardin, duly ftconded, said\rdlnance :+ handsome! present. y

raised in Lafaveue county, where she We cannot dejfcribe heV wonderful I was referre /to a committee ? three. I t Prices are reasonable s

I. Carter of Wellborn, was Inrjrrsterdar had many friends and loved ones who ability to yof, "Come an\see" Sun D. G. Bardlfi. J. M. Barclay ank J. B. : and .1

on business. are saddened by her death. day, December Sib, at li \ m., and Wood. for/further considerationOn J. quality is
i guaranteed. Please
rL --- 7 p. m. Tpien each night next week motion council adjourned. t. ;
J. Cash Je up from Lakeyesterday Jules Salomon, one of the best at 7 p. m.; You are Invited to hear Attest t: do me the favor ofgettingmyprlcesbe :t

J nslness. known and most popular drummersin the woman preacher.An S. P. MAYS. C. H. BROWN, I''t t

Florida and candidate for the office City Clerk. Pres. Council;)::;: fore you make an i
>1. Lau11La1e City, wasi1sM.1 a of Railroad Commissioner is a I optlmf U a man with nerve ; orer. t 1

U. EtVj.fet. ( yesterday. visitor In the clfr today.y Mr. Salomon enough to grl\ and i Incite trouble to Electric Light \otice.On I; t

will need DO|ntrod tion to the Lave a drink. the first of December, the Lhe I oJ- .
I :. .
[ U R AAtl of Perry, was people of thafttale. in/cis campaignfor Manufacturing Company will be I.,.to --o:- .+.. ,

J.*, dty .fcorfldg 1 yesterday. they all Knowhit*
spoken o? as \Uen! /Jule" Salomon, win the right to /a\ng remembered I because of the fact that so'' : 1. D. i I
0ttrpbros RADFORD
came up from Bran and make ir4nds Tvith every body after he Is dead. many residences are leaving theirlights + '

r t&i morning on business. His platform the campaign! is concise I on all there will not'!' :* *

( -- but covers the ground thoroughly It is funny-to see a "b rn leader of be sufficient current for the additional ::| LIVE OAK, FLA. 1' i

Allen was among the Rixfordla : "Justice to all; special privileges: men" trying to quiet th, crying of lights required by the new hotel :

the city jesterday to none." II I I bls 7 t'n baby boy. j!: and other new buildings. : It ; ,

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i ir I for wedding and Christmas }

AT THE LADIES' EMPORIUM. i'' ents.Skirts chilnden's ooats hats pres-, .' ;f" I j I j

dress !
goods and laces ..
a specialty "
r Cold weather has come, very likely to stay. Many lines of reasonable goods to be found here I: : sheets Standard given patterns, fashion ',j

away each month. I. ,I.
I at very reasonable prices. :. Ladies' and children's under / : .

i wear. New line corsets. _I .1


Not a bit too early to make holiday Handsome assortment of highly tailorCOATS. i _u ;I I II. }
Beautiful tine of stamped ed suits! in manypositively stjles :
selections. oneco
materials, only suit of aboard .
bureau and side
linen center scarfs. pieces kind no two alike. Prices equally an .;.;, HAVE YOUR
low Jacksonville mall order hous
as or :
.- ' Novelties in pillow New tops,designs laundry in bags Mexican , es. Perfect alterations guaranteed absolutely Now is the best t. i
and sofa pillows. free. No advantage to order tims ladies :i!
best to
{ drawn work. all on quality secure .
suits, all the anvar.tpges a-e at home, oJ.
linen scarfs and center pieces. when the HricesSISto children's and r
{ you see good se picture frames
$30. Silk jumper suits $9.50 to $12.00 Infants coats while ,
ti. KIMONAS. Black silk Heatherbloom $skirts
Porcalme and the stock is large, madebeforethe
. $1.25 to $3.50.
before the best have
Snappy line of Kimonas to select from,
and short, beautiful patterns, lail- been selected
long rush
or made.I bis variety; of materials, colors PARASOLS. of the Hol- t )
ors and sizes. almost at any price, 9Sc
to $10 for the best Japanese long-silk Excellent selection of ladies and childQU.1Iity and styleconsidered. idays.!

Kimonas, imported. ren's parasols for home use and Xmas Our ,
x gifts. Misses 24 inch good quality black
xJ ) parasols for school use at $i2e to $1.50 prices are under the .
GLOVES. Ladies black parasols $1.25 up to $12.50 -
.t for the best silk with silver and gold average. % ,
.r long kid gloves just arbrown handles. '
New shipment
Es &ek dUI tailored skirts for ladies and rived.Swell. SiTes 51-2 to 8. black and h' to $. :
? at same price asked by others line of short kid gloves obRAINY DAY GOODS"r tOg gainVisit I Dflfllf 7 fc!
Custom made Ladies' all wool lessee" 2 clasp, monv colors, $1.25.Larse by waiting. t j I IfVI ill DUUn Hi fW8 CO.
a* skirts, black, brown anp blue, selection of silk and lisle gloves, Ladies' and children rubbers 50 cents our ready to weardepartment 4ap .i I Q j
) Best altmar. voile skirts white black and brownChildren's
Ions '
75 cents. Ladies Cravanette
to coats
.. by Star Ck'ft: C0l brown now.
up. cashmere gloves blue, _
MUH for girls! and rain proof, at $ "OOto$20.00f'3ch.
J women tailored, large"skirts variety of materand red. Infants wool mitten 15c; to Ladies rv gaite.f: black and brown, I

eolors and styles: at $2 w up. Al- 35: cents. 50 cents a pair
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Is wkat ron give four son 1 xnroas of bottles of Foley's Honeysad t 11 i I 111 *111111111111111111.111 i 11II111t 5 ?
alter he has grojra too big for you I Tar have been sold without any i: 11 tiMMM nil " liiMiiiiMiiiiiMoiiiiiiit
to whip him. "f person ever having experienced any, t i"'l" .
other than beneficial results from its
Here's Good Adrk use for coughs, colds and lung trou-
O. S. Woolerer, one of the best bles. This is because the genuine
known merchants of LeRaysrille. X Foley's Honey and Tar In the yellow j I
i.. says: "If you are ever troubled package contains no opiates or other j ;.?
with piles, apply Bucklen's Arnica harmful drugs. Guard your healthby
Salve. It cured me of them for good refusing any but the genuine. City LIVE OAK
Pharmacy. dec-dw
2 wound, burn or abrasion. 25c at
Barclay Groover drug rtore. deader j Some men arViot half as worried .
-- about not gettin their just due as _
i It Is strange Wt the funniest' fearing they w. ge it. .
things in this won] are the ones not i
intended to be henoVous.Even Public Speaker Interrupted
Public speakers are frequently Interrupted :
your \ mean probably by people coughing. Thla s
has no idea toR you could be would not happen if Foley's Honey ,
. If you wanted to: and Tar were taken, as it cures :
coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia f
A Dangerous Deadlock and consumption. The : a
I that sometimes terminates fatally, is genuine contains no opiates and is ina
the stoppage of liver and bowel functions. yellow package. City Pharmacy :
l To quickly end this condition dec-dw
without disagreeable sensations Dr.
KIn,', New Life Pills should always Silence Meant Gold. : .
be your remedy. Guaranteed absolutely Bronson-HaVvpur wife asked you
satisfactory*in every case or what you want fox. Christmas : <
money back, at Barclay & Grover \\Vbodson No/ ao4 I fear the :
drug store. %Sa decdwA worst.-Harper's Weekly. :

TinHy Hint. Badly Mixed l'p. :
"Ef Providence e/rs de po* man Abraham Brown, of Winterton, N. : t'.I
w'en he cries: saiJMhe old colored \., had a very remarkable experience : .
philosopher, "it's s good idee for him ; he says; "Doctors got badly I II I '" III I II i lid: i III
ter start ter cry a rly In de year, so's mixed up over me; one said heart : >
he kin Bit what he's cryin' fer by disease; two called It kidney trouble; : Book News and CommercialPRINTERS l
Christmas!"-Atlanta Constitution. the fourth blood poison, and the ,
fifth stomach and liver trouble; but :
Danger Asking Advice none of them helped me; sony wife : ''I
When you have a cough or cold advised trying Electric Bitters which :
do not ask some one what is good are restoring me to perfect health. ..
for it, as there is danger in taking One bottle did me more good than : ..
some unknown preparation. Foley's all the five doctors prescribed." :
Honey and Tar cures coughs, colds, Guaranteed to cure blood poison, : ,I t
and prevents pneumonia. The genuine weakness and all stomach, liver and t-
is In a yellow package. Refuse kidney complaints, by Barclay & : ;
substitutes. City Pharmacy. dec-dw Groover druggIsts 50c. dec-dm I:* ; 11
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TSJO job is too large and none too small for ;
Can You Write a Ghost Story? -

us to handle, and everything in the :. .

No doubt you know one you have been tell- : Printing Line comes easily within our limit. i "

ing for years. We will give a
t .

the best Ghost Story written by youngor QUR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papers -
old, male or female. ; I
The only condition is that each contestantsend is one of the largest earned in Florida, \ I

Fifty Cents for a years subscriptiontoTHESOUTHERNCYCLONE
a monthly and with a well equipped modern Printing

publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. \
The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot; Plant, new type, and artistic printers, we i t

it has a will of its own, and stands on a platform furnish ; "
unique in policy and principle. The can you with Stationery as cheap as ,

first number will appearNOVEMBER and prompt as any establishment in the s i i

Write Oil one, side of paper FIRST only; story not South. A trial will convince. Samples and I I

to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close .
Estimates Furnished on Application. .
FEBRUARY, 15th 1908. 1 1I
and winner will be announced in the March I

number. Send in your subscription at once. I II


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AL CARDS. Ir It001iE I Ir. ORDINANCE NO. 67. exceeding five hundred (500.00 i .....1eese -. -
% '
n Ordinance S@I::
dollars or imprisoned not longer thin .
Companies Owning or Using Tracks ninety days, or by both such fine and '
Across Ohio Avenue in the City of Imprisonment at the i
of the
Live Oak, Florida, to'Provide a Mayor and in addition such person Young |

4 COUNSELOR AT LAW.rtOIUDA. Flagman for said Crossing, and shall be Isolated under guard until @ .
Prescribing his Duties, and Imposing such time as a practicing physician
Young Women!
ML Penalties.Be .
--- may certify that danger from infection |
al! .* *ftk.fttat.. 9peew It Ordained by the Mayor and is past.

M hMM Craa0M.pv.rur C& aue.d.pva City to:lorlda Council: of the City of Live Oak, Sec. 3.-That any physician who "A Good Begining is Half the Battle," ||

hat at Laaca shall willfully make any false certificate -
Section 1. That the railroad andrailway under the provisions of this or- e so begin your business education by entering the well 0

1 W. WEST companies owning or usinga dinance upon conviction by the : known and popular 0
line May-I
or lines of main or side tracks
or be punished by a fine, .@ (!)
und across Ohio Avenue In the
Surgeon. city of ceeding five hundred dollars or imprisoned -
gyt3ding. Ohio Avenue. Lave Oak. Florida.' and operating not longer than ninety days

eey at Ethel Hotel trains thereover, be and they are or both such fine and imprisonment,
ri.K hereby required to furnish and keep at the discretion of the Mayor. -eI5 M

Ays.ali.a*r- "& stationed at the Ohio Avenue street Sec. 4.-That this trdinance shall

-(Went A Gnvrvr}N.. Id. crossing of such tracks, in said City take effect Immediately upon its pas

I flagman or watchman from the sage by the Council and approval by %
E.TBOMAJONTHOMASON. .our of six o'clock in the morning the Mayor. We have three distinct departments: &

& until the hour of eight o'clock In the
evening! of each and every day. S. P. MAYS, C. H. BROWN ,
i"** Section 2. '{That it shall be the City Clerk. Pres Council. @ SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING,

LVS & SURGEONS, duty of said flagman 'or watchman to I. S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the TELEGRAPHY and TYPEWRITING, g

F remain at said Ohio Avenue street City of Live Oak Florida de hereby
--r FLORIDA. crossing at all times between the certify that the foregoing OrdinanceNo. @ presided over by competent and experienced instruc- &

nours mentioned In Section One of I. 67, was regularly passed by the t tors, whose years of success as teachers guarantee }e

T. J. IYLE this Ordinance and to keep lookoutfor City Council on the 6th day of November e to you good instruction. : : : : : : : : $p

all approaching engines trains A. D. 1907 and the is
k R Practical and watch cars for across all said crossing and to hereby certified to the Mayor for his Scholarships: $40, $50, $75, $90 |
persons crossing the approval.
railroad tracks at such crossing and Witness my hand and the seal of Write: today for Catalogue. Address all inquiries to j|>
8 Jig's experience to give' timely warning or signal to said City this 6th day of November

i of Watches always on hand. sUfh persons of the approach of all 1907. (9't.z.
trains engines and cars. That any S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. 0
violation on the part of such watchman Examined and approved by me this
@ @
Optician.rttnrtlT or flagman of any of the duties November 7th A. D. 1907.J. .
Imposed by this section shall subject B. JOHNSON, Mayor. @ P lvc Oak Florida. @ iJ f
r i
defects of the eye him to a fine of not exceeding One @ < ; @

W Baavfaetare of lenses art Hundred Dollars, or imprisonmentnot ORDINANCE NO. 68. @ e

exceeding ninety days, or by both An Ordinance License Henniring* the Paymentof @@@@@@@@SS0Ssts@sess@ss@@@@
a lx by Any Person,
i Barclay t oroorer Drug such fine and Imprisonment at the
Persons, Firm or Corporation who
d-w of the Mayor.
Purchases or Contract for the I Lilt
Section 3. That this Ordinance

L A, \\U'tmu, shall become effective on and after Purchase of Clearing House Certificates t -
in the City of Lire Oak, Real Estate For Sale. '
,p,ue STENOGRAPHER.Office the 1307.ISt'u daj of December, A. D. }Florida at Less! than the Face I i

CpsUlra.lUok Value Thereof and Imposing a
Passed by the City Council of Live
Penalty for the Violation Hereof i ---
i tb as HalldlnK
Oak, Florida, this 11th day of November j
lAX ... .:. FLORIDA. 1907. Be it ordained by the Major an.l J, One hundred acres joining town on Columbus road. r
CHAS. II. BROWN I City Council of the City of Live Oak, J One hundree and twentg on Rock road adjoining cemerery grounds. ;
Florida: Forty acres one mile north of Court House on Rock road.
ilMRt'i Uitl Early Hiser Pills President City Council. I
One hundred andfcixty nres, one mile from Court House.
f NitJ ky Lit Oak Drag Co. dec-d Attest: S. P. MAYS, Section 1. It shall be unlawful for I i '
j Four choice residence lots on Du\"al street. t
MM City Clerk. any person, persons, firm or corporation -
I One choice residence lot on Georgia avenue.
*1 K U a plate brok at'i I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the to purchase or contract to purchase 113 acres on upper Spring road, three miles from Live Oak. i
Eadsat s. r/ City of Live Oak Florida do hereby within the city of Live Oak, : Time will be given on purchases. d-w -
certify that the foregoing OrdinanceNo. Florida, any of the Clearing house : I

CarboUsed Witch Hazel 61 was regularly passed by the Certificates issued by the trustees of I J. W. SPEI( R INGS.II .

Ct DvWItfa Sold by Live City Council on the 11th day of Nov the Clearing House Association com ;, __ __ __ _n
u 9 C.. decdilly ember' A. D. 1907 and the same Is posed of banks doing business in the
hereby certified to the Mayor for his city of Live Oak, Florida, at.and fora ::'p;;;[:' Ii : : ::1 ':..' T ::m 1':!;: mmH!!:' ':'rWn:: :;: P I I I IJ IIH '

a otn rrta off the wa- approval. less sum than the face value ot H
such certificates unless such person II NW[ MARKET AND GROW I
t+yw aa4 tfjaibs on the band said Witness City this my 11th hand day and of the November seal or, persons firm or corporation shall ft ,

have first paid to the Tax Collectorof .
1907. S. P. MAYS, I:
A'Wltt. Kidney and Bladder City Clerk. the City of Live Oak. a license taxI D ll H. B. CREECH Prop.

lt7 ar* for weak back. In* Examined and approved by me this of Five Hundred Dollars and pro- ; [At Hingson's Old Stand] j jI 1
cured a license from the said city. I
f tae bladder backache tbc 18th day of November, A. D.
Fresh both Western and Florida. 4 V
Section: 2. Any person, firm or meats, ,
1 bMae7L $cild by Live Oak 1907. J. D. JOHNSON .
e dee-d Mayor. corporation, or the officers thereof Fancy and Family Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables : I

who shall purchase Clearing HouseCertiSates I .Ll SPECIL1L'r"1 t
without first paying the
Laiatlr Fruit Syrup the ORDINANCE NO. 07.
.i-ense tax and procuring a license Terms Cash.
WAau, tlmalate. but does An ordinance in relation to the the ,,
from the city as provided preceding I II I 1 r: 11'1
1' I
I:: ; :;: I:i I i I I I
'.. It |. the bat laxative public health and to prevent the section shall be punished bya

... your money back. spread of certain contagious and infectious fine not exceeding Five Hundred
fttf1HJ dec-dw diseases In the City of Live f
jollars, or imprisonment a periodlot
Oak, and providing penalties. I exceeding ninety days or by both
Wt t.. o Ufd the Mayor
t a bank paying BE IT ORDAINED by uch fine and imprisonment in the
E9irka lard OG Rhe 14 always r'" and City Council of the City of Live discretion of the Major.

I' tbckaht'tu Oak, Florida: Section 3. That this Ordinance if

f Section 1.-Whenever any case of -1.ail take effect Immediately upon its
:;.;'W cpn-IU. who ca'iWti4rt yellow' fever, small pox cholera dip- passage by the Counc1 and approvalby 0

....)\.tD b* heard onlyBothlnK therla. scarlet fever or scarlitlna the )laor. CHAS. II. BROWN
k4.,54fl boy4+IUIII It. shall develop or exist In the city of President City Council.
the patient and all members -I !tins sires '
Oak Clerk.I.
Live \tt@>St: S. P. MATS City
1e II better offered the of the household exposed to the I S. P. Mays City Clerk of the .

\\IIIWIt 1Ha y for stomach troubles. same shall be immediately placed I City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby

........ ladlgettlon, etc, than under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector I certify that the foregoing Ordiaar.cs: For Sick Livers j .
IeL TW. U a rlenttflc preparai under the direction of the \0. 63 was regularly passed by the ;,I

tatarai dljestanta combined Mayor and Sanitary Committee of; City Council on the 18th day of Nov- M

I Wt*ta.... add, and It contains said city and the house where such I .mber, A. D/ 1907, and the same is A PURELY VEGETABLE J

h Ka lakes found In every patient shall be must be quarantinedas :.icr"b> certified to the Mayor for his =COMPOUND=-

I .t saaen, KODOL U guaran effectually as practicable, and dan- :tp.iroval.Witness.
**** gin relief It.. pleasant to ger signals in the form of red flags my hand and the seal ofaid ci CONSTIPATION. DYSPEpt.SIA. j
I it will around such infected 18th of November. QUICKLY CURES MALARIA CHILLS and
make you feel fine by shall be placed City this day ALLY
and all
t' s l what you rat. Sold by Live house houses or quarters .\. D. 1907. A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by a
**** Co. dec-d the inmates thereof, exposed to infection S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle pur- I 6

I ____ be and they are hereby required Examined and approved by me this hued today maT tare you a tick spell tomorrow.

r hit 4 IOOD a1. a man begins to remain In such Infected November 18th, A. D. 1907.

fl '" ts. it I rtant the rest elf house, houses or quarters or within ; J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTEB
... as may be under FAILED
.14 cone a the Idea that he such infected district ALL OTHER MEDICINES
quarantine until such time as Y AIa. W. A. White-well Emory TeE.
shall be able to produce a certificate -t writes: "My child had chills and fever
I I they u ". ,.-i FOLEYSY for lour years. We tried all kinds of
"" a asp r n s to be afraid oapl from some practicing pujs.cian Is I ii ntilicines. and finally an acquaintance of I
-. all danger of infection We used
ale isn't'n- to Invite her that mine recommended Herbine.
for and that the infected house, three bottles, and the child is now com i .
alK/taonthi' visit past
and their contEnts *! r* plteiy cured. Yen bare my permissioa
houses or quarters IHO r F to publish this testimonial, as I cheer
t (liiUmi have been thoroughly : full, recrcirnend Herbine to all mothers 4_
tOAk is White's Cream Ver or until such time as the State A"Shit hs visg children afflicted aa mine." I

is'tare for worms and all Board of Health shall have taken I Ulr.> Darrtr. MC GET Tilt otsinstBfllUHD i

-. I this prohibition may .
'w.. that .
but removes the mucUS provided ST. LOUIS U. S. A.
II. 1. which they build their not apply to any individual adult LAXJ.TIUi cough "' ( '.

Itt action on the child Is member of the family who producesa hHH'1.' -l'-..' ;. .
from some practicing .. aO-D AND RCCOMMENDED BYSuvannee
certificate .
lid leaves him In a health} : Fir coi/H, c :s. I."
Joe Daniel, Surmac. TenuU .. physician that such member has not : ..uh.oS.. >
infection and that f..rf"tr e Drug Company.
t gate one of his children been exposed to u'-"

Cream Vermifuge when the there is no danger of suCh member Tha.tarsi .' OJ .
disease. 1 HOiVellow I i" -- -- - - -- --
said FOLEY'S
% &ht It had colic and from communicating . !
violatingany k "Ii
.dos. 73 Sec. 2.-That any persons ; \
child passed Subscribe Democrat.
Suwannei Drug of the above provisions of the i Frervt .u. r yn t t
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t .6 I These Are The Lines

r Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. M., 1907.,

B 3 ii That.Make S. J. Whit ja
aUI to"'" CXNTtAL TIME.M GLAD n- .

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amend t STAIION3 t)E aDd 1 i, FeLocallght "The Shoe Store for Men, Ladies' and Chilfoft .
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s S 37 p m L. -IoIood_ ..". ..w. L..1' ,4.', a m Ie ()O pcIf a The Stetson Shoe
2S a S M p m'Ar_..-..__Haya......__. L.. f J. a fa 3.i pit Thj cI6IwcN"oIeu4"- flat 1 ;::
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Luraville Branch i I Iml jj Little Spartan & Walkin Strong lioe of fin Shoes

Retwern Lnrarille and Wilmarth. b

WW\ . Eut l For Misses and Children. For Boys and YoHtlw,
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Train scheduled to connect with Sratcard Air Lire.nt bturd and Atlantic Cud Lice north S. J. WHITES.Shoe
hosed at Live Oak. For information regarding ram Kbeaule and eorneetkaa nly to Inl.
.:T." P.AUJTOK.Superintend F.P...flr. OODWA D.G. F.f.P.A. ,

i and Gent's Furnisher.

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Skull Fractured bj Failing Limb. ......... .
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William Randall, an industrious ;

Have anything to sell? Do want ? colored emploje of the Bock sawmill f- ____jjJi ,::*.=t :F4i
you you tojbuy I "..
I Think what It nnu
a short distance weat o( the city was i ;I h
Have you "lost" ors"'found" anything? the victim of a most peculiar but I ., i Tbat is what vt an. s.
painful accident while engaged in Our reason U beaus to 1
the discharge of his duty Friday r. I '_ the "Our Family Ba. ti
morning, and which will require the I S4)f .: "Star Brand Shoes *.

most diligent exercise of /skill and t' .' t .:.. hare a shoe for tnrf

close -watchingVio save hi/life. 2 I. p ,I. member of every fimfif
An 'ad in the Daily will meet demands.Q"CHARTER"
your Randall is employed the Bock fOIl to have all your fisQr

mill as a woods an. /'hUe in the e)11.v shod economically U
I forest Fri ay moVnin J he had the \i 1 well-fitting and trrk
OUIl J rot MAN
misfortune e ru on the head JU giving sho i.
I by a 'falling limb racturing his f AN8nH. "Our Family" ShoesASSTh3XAs11idlloNflIt

skull \ are made by experts ta

Randal} wa Ip co pany with ano- ,1 big specialty fKtorlw ;

tler man af t 'Urn/of the accident HAD t IN S1tDutS DY( from the best box ettf I

and he was brqug..,immediately to lOB EKItJ- Ci i leather that tal"
the ofi"ce of Dr. R. B. Ayer in this \ u bought for the moscr I

c'/ who rendered professional 'al t.

j ///roiir/ Dr. Ayer states that the condition of the The Men's and Boy's are Goodyear welts which mesas that ,

W the man is serious, but his chancesfor poles are flexible and that there are no tacks wax or

recovery, with proper attention threads Inside to hurt, burn and blister the feet. B inf reinforced .

ire good. under the Instep with a brass clinched fastening they I

Gasoline Engines cannot rIP.

To Crtet the Trade. I AR SILL THR JIE.VS FOR $::.7:; and $1.oo, BOYS toss.YOUTHS :.
Will furnish power at a trifling cost for .
t 'i eirry purjxjNo t nin, .fr rr'jiurcd. .t\'C I') Guide-Yoii will bribe. second person $2.00 LITTLE GIRLS $1.75.: ,
fanner ran utjluc Thc "Charter" in a dozen \ On account of the Women's
wtoill Misses Children's tllOH
my lord have climbedto and 1
We Late llj'ni in li't's
wajs. any power. i having a
We' are the Hrprst dealers in F1Qrida. and the top of thlAnountain. metal clinch sole retainer the soles can't poll ip rt .
can supply jour wants at a satiny to OUR PAMIM-
jou. Y/s, who SHOES FOR MISSES
We also! Mil 1\laruC'.r.njCillC's; ; Motor Boat My Lord- fry was the WOIEXIF: $1.:3, t
Supplier Tijtos; illmgs. etr. first $I.O, CHILDREN', 8iJ, ,.M. 3 and $. $,.,0.

Write for beautiful illustratc-d catalog, ."A postca/d seller, \ho has now The Star on the heel and the name "OUR FAMILY ra the
o'9 sole of each
===== :rot a shoil on the summit."-Bon shoe. Is aguarantee that they. are tODflltry: CO"strur.ted
and full of satisfaction.

FLORIDA GAS ENGINE Vivant TOM-* the mis to like them. Con1e'f'e them.

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If a woma-x wantg anything in the DOWLING
world it is a fife. let she will make J

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S Attractively racked in Handsome tingle Pair Boxes :;:
TbCT twtom town*ad bettor nbbv tbu.,<* r14rN.os-tict
.ipul PMW >>d Mmc cord ads that cM.ot ..>. MW kick i Skilled WorkmenThe
ins.coos perm1Y _sad e mt.iI U mow abst_ Na body say-
n.MOST COMFORTABLE ...p..der mad for....youth 01'bar 4. Best Stock
i.LtbD Easy Or aaary toot 3.Silt.Coats
They. k.laipB lr.ilft*...T.ry:::.y::thor boy will 4.I
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