Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00212
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NISI_[ PAPR[ ;I ; : .ce ik 4 ( [FLOODS Of BUR Alfcv"e J JTo i

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la gaggettion and Novel s' xe.
lie Introduced In Both House
Xnr lepartmcn4Y
and Senate ;:

await message of President '
Roosevelt read Tuesday TV XAS* -" Washington. D. c.. Dec. 3.-The i

annual message of President ROOM-
IH* Joint session of both hounSlxtleth T'/2'J& -
& 'velt was read today In both Hous
1e United States concoatallLI -
tl# ?/ N Vsj' of Congress, and practically no busi

thirty thousand & &$j$ ries....was attempted by either body

I t sa} beyond listening to thg message. Tile
arfrideat recommends federal ctoR3L *tisafVl galleries of both the Senate and the V

i or. ,.Rational charters for cor- House were crowded at the beginning

of the session of each J ody. but as 1t

mends that any revision the reading progres;.JulB attendance

tariff be postponed yet least diminished some.i t. In the
t abet the election. main, however, k was well maintain

t proposes that the congress ap- ,; ed until the la C sentence of the

money necessary to defray document had falNn from the lips of

the official reader\
of the leading national
Senators and meiibers were supplied I
i U presidential elections. I
with p 'nted clples oft n-
vital Importance from thee 1.
sage anj mav of flnem foUs Ted the
ident; Is the
reading IcIerklsNbXn! ecrutfulou* car.. .
al depression or strlu-
The read ng ocsunieJrCbout two anda :
ring to the moral lesson j
quarte oTirs in jrfch of the house. :
n of dishonest business
The House d'dmot! today follow up : .. !

the lead of yofterday in the matter
Ktbo f thq message urges j t f
of the introduction
of many bills, but f
f., Mcau'.y in hew York World
curthough J some measures were presented., la. .s
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-- the Senate BO far no bilU.have been t ,
tangible BUS FAMOUS TRIAL F2W I). Civic Committee Makes Mo\e. MUCH WANTKI) MUItUKUEK Introduced but there is scarcely a : j

the Rela- I' '.
president The: following communication : senator whose desk is not well covered ,

|ta tae\ trrency plan..however. Mrs. Bradley, Who Killed lIe )j5- I = I, Who Killed Georgia Sheriff Last with these documents, and it Is 1
banded to the Democrat for publication i
eat testa that It must Unguixhed Seducer itecl i August.! Has Been Captured in probable tbat the flood will break out I.
IttCeieat ei2tWB .* explains itself: I
o enable its Xot Guilty i 1 Florida. in that body tomorrow. .
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retirement after the financial Lh'eOak.* Fla.. Dec. 3, 1907. :
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Dec. 3. \ en the Speaker Cannon treated .
Washington I : Cairo, Ga., Dec. 3.-News has just t
be pa/ed. this tl unejarrornd City Council of the j a'slight surpri iNh&nncIn'g the *
onv I\ : .. .zuynt :1..4;J ,
that the
i prudent to Bray heje negro Henry *
iaJ\s previous caseT every seat In the large City of Live Oak, Florida I membership of the t Committee on

ftt as to rallroaiiy and cor- hall was filled, Many'persons were '' Gentlemen: i Williams who killed Sheriff D. W. Banking and Currency. This advance tiVi

advocating all t.V public- on the'outside df the court room who Tyus of this county some time during formation of that committee led t'! -
We. the undersigned members of
la regard to tnp Inside could not enter on account of the I August, while the sheriff was at- the conclusion on the part of many
I the Civic Committee from the Woman's -
of giant corporations crowded condition. Intense Interestwas tempting to arrest him has been that it was his intention to press financial -
behalf of ourselves, i
Club in
tt the country.M'Psl manifested in the case and wheT caught near Moccasin Gap Fla. legislation, but those who are {
the members of our c ub, and in be-
federal Incorporation or courtope.ned one was anxiousto I It has been t> thoughtjfor some time close to the Speaker say that his
half of good citizen of our city,
licenses, which, together hear the result o the verdict. every that the/negroas: still in that diction only purpose was to afford a deopo, 1

It viclrcome,governmentn sup- Mrs.Bradley' was i ken'to her seat appeal to you as good citizens and as of the county, ajl he was chased tory' for petitions and letters bearing
for better and
authorities, a
ke belie,,. would pfevent and seeraed ttAb* vei y nervous when City there br sheriff light of Thomas upon currency questions. Tbe membership -
hat\ \ of dishonesty which hasPs the court cJtI krVd the jury to come In more/rffecthe system of street county I A gross 'ffas formed from of the committee was Increased I

tHlent la the 'in the ,.ing. ti4 lie by the addition of one Democrat I i
past and asl ed tot \ ver lict. When they | here assist In search. When iJ
Ito;Is ith that we are compelled
regre J
i Ukaaaels of business and appear 1 a MlCTell Aver the vast au con- night iVCtf'eman Carglll;nlet his making seven members of thU ;
: to t'1mdefn present *"' party on it Instead of six as during
dience. Th> fowmtin of the jury death the search wo> abandoned
ditijn of t>tr strttts to you and wee
I truest tariff system, the preafi. barked verdM over and there but detectives hII6et'u at work on the Fifty-ninth Congress This Is in -
thy f
*4 a g":1del lacy In doing so;
. U responsible for the ex- was a s sense for all wh ii tne en weJfogtthei/w.111 I the case foSaefe time the principalone accordance with the request of j i

Wlance which prevails bet opeorrffid the verdict stil all other good bein. a negro. Williams was Minority leader Williams, but It Is
s torn : i
J' of better ..
in fivv
citltnywho Vp
said that is not to be taken
it ,
t Wr expenditures There week but as an
and income handed to the cjarlfto be read. spotted over a ago the .
condhJbns along t rtlKges, feel that
indication tbat this will be
'*tta pride to the yearly reinqnstration when thewords opportunity for a capture did not arrive request f
was quite v< have I it Rie City awl.
we an JuWest I complied with in all the other com -
It yesterday/
111000000. He ls of Guilty" fell upon the ears
I "N would lik l r}' much-to see it as tidy mittees. .
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that the tariff system There was applause : J Tlrt? news in regard to the capture
those present. I
tof, aU/fcthe possible commensurate 11'
and as Both tbe Senate and the House adjourned j
!, glvta careful scrutiny touy which was not quieted down j is meagre, but it seems as if a trap ,
with economy good gov- almost after the
tendency to growing several minutes. Mrs. Bradley' r"i v>* : was laid for him. After the capture,
for .
ernmentWe conclusion of the reading of the met
s 11* tae administration of this 1 news in tears and Sheriff Might of Thomas county was
received believe that,you are all in favor The House adjournment
I f stare of the govern- rushed Inside the railing to telephoned and left immediately for ; "ajj" was ii l
friends When of the streets being kept free from the scene. until Thursday when it Is probable I

extend. their congratulations. litter and trash, but why the same is that it will again adjourn for the i
JihotIdf'Qt Is heartily in favor restored the court I There seems to be no daubt as to
quiet had been not done, and with whom the fault week.
tai though he says he discharged the defendant from custody lies we are unable to say We make I thektgro bjjlng the right one, as he t-ttI .

-*<* reverence due to the informing Mrs. Bradley that by tMs appeal to you believing that you :' is well known ovtV this section having .-
-Uloa of the United States the verdict rendered by the jury she are the proper ones to locate' and'remedy relatives IffMlje section in which -1
eolft the of the murder of Ae; was caughthere he will be
: oa
been acquitted .
had trouble.From
the ;
Qe Athur confined until trial is not known A Expected as Result of a Hig Trta .
r opinion of the president former United States Senator I our experience and observation *. : ,
.Meat liberal reward was offered by the Fire. .
desled prosecutions have suc- Brown. we do not think trash barrel*.. Governor, and the people of this town Houston, Texas. DeJ, 3.-A seen a : i
the .
reasons given thi '
boxes on the streets are '
and additional of gas pipe with a tu/pentlne tall at -
'*k4lees POI't'LISTS.National made-up an reward than
Impossible to puniih TO TUB
the streetsin
CALL methods of keeping
proper either end, anotiier lurpendne hall
made he whole amount $500.Ilex. / .
lily then the guilty were barrels :
condition. These
in proper a kerosene eoakld n Ureas and ot'i i yJy
R.at wealth. Contention to be Held and boxes are only an invitation to''! Firxt 1.-i"latun' er evidences of7 yntendiarlsm has, I

if railroad accidents the St. Louis In April 1008. litter the streets. Many times refuseand been di. overe i inML pCoPd story

twlare that 2.Chairman should ; Guthrie, Okla, IVc :2. Tbt"
i more people Joliet. Ills. Dec. litter go into them that of the buosr h rfSfng. The graad
killed oa the steam the popultst natIonal filled toI I of GovlrnovIIatkelV to the first
great Ferris of times they are
Jas. H not many .jury has so> oenaeil a number of .
i f the country than in the committee, isfed a call today running over; and many times trashis i i 1t"ld.latury' was/ubffljpfed last night witnesses. / nsurance oSEetals! say

** world. He urges that for a p pullS! national convention to thrown at them tbat miss and go in joint 'ttrfii'mgL..Tnere was a great sensational arrests will be made oa: f.I i

COvernment Investigate Louis April 2, 1SOS. noticed demonstration (HJrt Qval when tht "*
be bet in 9ti on the street. We have many account of the fire Sunday night ,
keldeats, pur/o\e ( nominating can- the private residences:: governor read his recommendation of .
I for thr time among which caused the loss of a theatrical .
lheoas learned from his reel pr 'id tt and vice pres- tbat all kinds of trash have been separation of the ;.aces on railroad: building and other property valued ; 1

down the Mississippi didateki.or Un e4 Sta "'s.: The bass placed upon the streets to be hauled trains at 1750,000. !

Pointed to as being reason MnT will be two off at the convenience of the city --- ..

'Ist the country to pay par- delegates for rfch congressional district carts. Sometimes it is never hauledoff. provement and to this end let us all f"" d
.*tbn to the development andJtiur delegates at large fork work dilligently: .j" e.." I
r waterways each state and territory besides one If we are allowed to do so. we If each one world lend themselves And Mill :1ex Law. In /

liability. westerp land'mitts delegate at large for each one thou- would respectfully recommend that to the purpose udder tile direction of Alabama, dNr.

bank system and sand voters or majority fraction the work of keeping the streets clean the necessary ordnance and the proper r-

_ atattera of special Inter- thereof cast for the proples' .party be placed more upon the Individualand autho ties/\ eflbuId have, and Montgomery Ala., e. 3.--The b.

),tblio welfare are dealt national ticket at the election of less upon the city. Let each Individual keep a cH / own.Resptttluil. Atlantic Coast line ot coals ,had s

|.tderable length In the 1904. residence and business jaijBiUed, ? long conference with G< error Co

0t ? MSS -rfxT HILDRETH Jr today andlitigation re d
store than passing Inrteommeadatlon house see to Their own premises.We
that viewed along with the 1912 greatly tl? lore, the ..unsightlyappearance Chairman.MRS Inft4 ffl a and tor i

! otmasters be placed that the exposition In Japan in ot oat streets aad we feel C & FARRELL the new statfrfawt under. ' : t
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!**rvlc will afford the United he hopes sure that you will aid us in every possible t jtRS; O. O. WILLIAMS Conditions ow which, the i ,

t to the people of t orto opportunitfoWhkh regiment way to have a cleaner tor \ w. a WHITE other lines came Bftder.nwat 'ttr

improved; the H. LTL : will allow fling I
aa ocean mall to see Many, is and a more attractive ODe, I _

[hr hat U dlscttti ed at recently ex ded V marksmade ,> We. all desstt -. P. _
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Write For CatalogueOF i Make Money in Jacksonville Real




of Investment Jacksonville Real Estate that will at once appeal to

.I Diamocd5, Watches Clxks, Brooches, | man and woman who can place as much as $10 a month in a real estate __,

Raigs Scarf jhns. Cat GliSJt, HJ.n\. aieted I ing accouet. The combination at the low price made is just as sure to U'

China Si.venrir* of aH kinds Teasels, I i a nit to one hundred per cent profit as Jacksonville is sure to grow,

Bread tra/s, Ptsir, Kaives, Fork, takes in three of the most rapidly developing sections of Jacksonville .
Spoon. Case Caps,. Chikij Cups Flanks.Corkscrews. .
t + "corners" the situation and makes the small investor absolutely sure of Ii.
D asters. Match $
Thimbles and Pencils.? Boxes + : profits. By buying three lots in the Special Fall combination the invest* ;

t No. 3783. Price $68S00.GREENLEAF : + save $150 on the present selling prices. The three lots [any choice from ptIIIfj

+, in this combination, and their present selling prices follow: .-
| & CROSBY CO. Jacksonville.Fla +J :

Jewelers Goldsmiths and Silversmiths. + Murray Hill Heights, approached by beautiful Highway

SATISFACTION CTAEANTEED.:: ESTABLISHED as TEARS. avenue, paved, or from St. Johns drive, paved near the
i new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Railway -
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!I.I : popular, present selling price.... ... ............... ...
GENERAL DIRECTORY/ The Came of the s".p. I i + Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and

The bid darky wad suing the railroad II I I: Kings road, in front of the Edward Waters College site

STATE OFFICERS.N. I company for damages says the i and adjacent to more new cottages than any other sec- $3 5 0 ;
HolHemi<3n. The man contended that tion of Jacksonville, present selling price..fii .
D. Broward. GoTernor.
I not being warned by whistle! or engine East Grand Park approached by beautiful Kings road
H. Clay Crawford Secretary of State. I a
I bell e had started to drive his mignificent suburb, high-class, clean, strictly white and $ 15oLTS
Wm. V. Knott. Treasurer. rig across\he company's track when I t rapidly developing, present selling price..... .-.
A. C. Croon. Comptroller.W. a shunted Vox car of said, company I..
H Ellis Attorney General ,crashed into\ has oatfiy( causing the it

D. E. McLln. Commissioner of Agri- death of the korse. lost of the wagon TOTAL $700
culture. I and minor Inj rles ty/himself. After I

(\ M. Hollfway. State Superintendent I the prosecution\ ad' Closed its side of VVe will sell these combinations -

Public bstructton. the case, the coJu party's lawyer called limited number, and $ 5 5 0

Ernest Amos State Auditor. went the at old him."Lamson duke. \ 0 the stand and ,I until otherwise advised for -

*..V B. Assistant Auditor.
," he ean, Your rig, + The present selling price of these lots make a total of $700. They can be bought only fa
was struck by thefbo ear in full daylight ; these combinations at the phenomenally low rate of $550. and on the easy terms of fig

SUPREME COURT. ; was it not" 1 cash and $10 a month without interest or taxes.

;I T. M. Shackleford Chief Justice; "1 fink daras som\ clouds ova- + Only a limited number of these combinations will be sold. Therefore, ACT QUID
A. W. Cockrell J. B. Whitfield bead, sab. /aswerede caviling ;t Leave the selection to us and we will give you absolutely the best choice unsold guana-

t' uwfck Taylor R. C. Parkhill W. witness. t teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots. We issue a straight coniract for deed
A. Hocker. Associate Justices., "Nerer rVnd the ck>uds.\And only + Our titles are absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry.
a few da/ before this accident: the
railroad yumpany had put a \ew signat
RAILROAD COMMISSION. that /rOSAlng!" Jacksonville, the gateway to Florida, is the most rapidly growing city m ailtheSootii

It. Hudson Burr Chairman; N. H. "Da/ was a sign dar, ja-as, h!" + perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six years ago, it is today a city of over fifty
t Butch J. L. Morgan. Royal CUunn "And didn't that sign say top' thousand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan citti -
f Secretary. Loot! Listen?" :: made up of a fine citizenry from all section: Jb the world. It is one of the cleanest,heaj&
iest. ccost beautiful cities of its size in America. It is
"Now. dar am de whol' accusation t a city of magnificent bo=#
I MEMBER OF CONGRESS SECOND ub de trouble" declared the darkey, I I:+1: churches, schools. It is a citd witjj a great future. Ships from its harbor reach erery
t with animation. "If dat Stop sign I :t port of the world. Great trunk railway lines connect the four corners of the United
i'. DISTRICT. hadn't caught his chile's jes 's + States. It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe sound profitable real estate ;
Frank Clark. ah t investments. It has never halfo boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing value
war eqiur on dat
track da
\ wouldn't a' been no smashup!" follow natural causes. The city is grooving so rapidly the suburbs are fast becomiEf f
i THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 4. centers of business and residential activities. Real estate values in the city atone to-
H. II. Palmer Judge. creased over a million last -ear-the suburbs increased in a greater proportion.
I PavH-il Kxamination
t Cary A. liar dee State's Attorney. James Donahue, i New Britaia. L,O OIL UP !

Conn., writes: "I tried several kidney i f
COUNTY OFFICIALS.J. remedies and was treated by our best The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of $)QOOO) and assets of $9>>.00l ;
B Johnson State Senator. physicians for abetes., but did not Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the SocUi. :
:1' As to our reliability and financial stnading ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE.
i improve until I took Foley's Kidney l-:
MEMBERS OF, HOUSE REPRE Curt After the second bottle I shored DEVELOPMENT CO..

SENTATIVES. improvement and five bottles N. R=We publish on the 1st and 15th of each month THE LWENTORR'Jacksonville.GUIDE. If FILL
W R. Dorman.V.. 11. McClellan. cured me completely. I hate since jw
are interested in real estate and desire to and
!pawed a rigid examination for life I place your surplus savings in the safest
k ;.nsurance." Foley's Kidney Cure most profitable security on earth tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE

J. N. Conner County Judge. ures backache and all forms of J. D. CO.

r J. W. Dr)son. Clerk Circuit. Court. kidney and bladder trouble. Suwan'I'I .. .. .tt ..Utl.ItIII.1+++++" 1 I.I-Ittllllli UtE IU E IIU.. ... u...... . . . ......u.1 ..
t J. H. Rlckerson. Sheriff.G. nee Drug Co. ,
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I). Hemming. Tax Asses so:. "What k tour yjiesltton on this ++
J. E. Wood County SuperintendentPublic qu *tioa?" aV-c a the man of statesmanlike i MODEL, R
Instruction. instinra. ... ,
"My po3iy n,\'in wered the maaof SVSPENlllRS
( II. E. Carter Judge Criminal Courtof
Record. legal qjrtlificatKyj*, "to owe that ti
!*ys = Iii/)00 a yearN -Washington
I U. O. )McGollom Solicitor Criminal Star / + SENSIBLE, USEFUL GIFTS for the HOLIDAYS

Court. ma,eo.t.ta Attractively. racked..Handsome.. Single..fair Dozes
or and bttttr robber otWmak.. .
aaJ k
M. M hawking, Clerk Criminal Court Early to lied :f .-W...-&fta- pr0.t.aaol -II.-..*.d, .-.mt..I.loa-, a.ea.-_w b.t_oar pamtooa tb.o..b.t.t<:d-r Tk lt.w.mw-rest i**
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I; COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. happy and wite-especially IfOU :.+I. Ik.MOJT,..l OM+. "FOII"r H_' .r ABLB Extra U-......d,.r.!.1.. for.30...CENT. ..tJa SORTS os b.jf 1
W. A. Tlson. Chairman; M. IBurnett *. take Herbine before retiring. A posi- I,+ HEWES Tbs m.k.la.xp: ...lv.jllu VMT TJ WJhU m**,youth lxtr U or(fS boy t.Vr will CMW.".A\j..e.h'. }!

; J. J. Dempsey J. II. the cure for Constipation. Dspepsli ,: Oar&BMfal rOTTER.tcu DM D.pl. 87 Ltacola Str..(, ao.t... iss.. i
r and all liver fcoeUrt, "&a, .,or How Scwtna la Dm C..n Ctn''wiM tor lOe.poiter. ItiUwtin
Grant. II. II. Davis. complaints. Mrs S-- *Ownctly. (iw it joa nratK Uul paUxatio* ,

f ----- Columbia. Tenn. writes "I alw*_-s :I !
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. keep a supply of jour Herbine on I' When Ordering, Please Mention THE DEMOCRAT..
t : hand. Am so pleased with the relictit I't till m ii mi i n..4H
I:. It.Vise.. Chairman; A. D. Puter- gives in constipation and all liver U-f. U II II III II Ii III 11 1-1111111 J. .. 11111111

r, baugh K. H. Carver. complaints, that words can't t'XJlre, I --- --- --

: my Appreciation Sold by Suwannee 1 J


J. H. Johnson Major.: I FOLEY'S : - -
When a at kcal hiauelf too l
C II. Brown, Alderman and President
City Council. seriously he takes other peo- 2 Cars Flour '
pie seriousjjn ,
S. P. Mays, Clerk Assessor an>l enoug. I
Treasurer. I Car Meal and Grits
That's It! i HONEYAtiIITAR
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Aldermen-S. J. White, T. S. Anderson I 11

J. M. Barclay. \V. J. Hillman Cough yourself Into a fit of spasms i i 1 Car Carckers and Candy-
J. E. Wood, J. 1.. White. and then wonder why you don't get i ;
well. If you will only try a bottle of I Tha original -
Uallard's Horehound Syrup >ou- Let At'
\Y. H. Lyle, Superintendent City us have orders for
cough will be a thing of the past It LAXATIVE cough your
Water Works. is a positive cure for Coughs, In- !pies Bananas N* -
It. II. Haddock, City Marshal and For h". Oranges, Grapes; ,
luenza. Bronchitis and all Pulmonary '.u| v. 'lI$ ll.rr tlt a-.1 !ctng i J
I Sanitary Inspector. Itoeases. One bottle will convince Good troubleJ for'r',"b'l'.j pJ :t'rr. : '-.-a'luh.10.' ; ; and Candies. ; ;
\V. D. Wright Police. :ou-at jour druggist, %&C. 50c and .cr ;vtncre.
Tii; ( 100. Sold b> Suwan&ee Drug Tampa
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Notice to Our Customers. :0. dec-d 10 They
Yellonp'll. the
'e k ,1.,1 .,ltlte. are best.
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, are pleased to announce that P''-i 't r," t. ; 1
F. \We' Honey and Tar for coughs, \he JoJ'What \ Foley l. -.1"t.,."" y' : '1,c-'Il Pay us in Clean ig House (Vrtificat*

i(' \ and lung troubles Is not affect- do \Nu jMnkl I went in-
.;. : Tjtjsby: the National Pure Food and T a shoe :tore &he other day and Mean Place. -

t. "ftfi was It contaIns no opiates man ;a\e >he\a odfd pair" Little Ella -iScucever going to live Oak Brokerage X Commit ft

,, .. t harmful drugs, and we :e- Ha, ha" ifood jote onhat th4eal- Holland when I grow up.Governess "
\ It a safe remedy torrid r \\ were 1 .
as ytes
10. -- by flpt "C OLD A. C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .>ivisitin "
adults. Suwannee "Both Acre nin >" TJttle, Eliy 'Cause oar geography _

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tak Ippoalig t penalty M ..

i pitlag City et to Lire report Oak to One hundred acres joining town on Columbus road. !i Young Men! I YF

dl, One hundree
N eoitadona and twentg on Rock road adjoining @
cemerery grounds. :
*U practice Forty acres one mile north of .
a" Court House on Rock .
-- One hundred and sixty rcres, one mile from Court House. Young Women! :
LIKED t>y the Mayor Four choice residence lots on Duval street.
J T*
- the City of Lire One choice residence lot on Georgia w
avenue. "A Good Begining is Half the Battle .
113 acres on upper Spring road, three miles from Live Oak. :
Time will he given on purchases,
, o4fer. being a ling d-w so begin your business education by entering the well S
physician within J. W. : known and popular S
1)p Oak Florida fail SPERRINGS.
'rely to the Mayor -_
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':.t.J tee y.1 cholera* Karlitlna dlptherla.a that. Can You Write a Ghost Story? i 45HIiffIJp@

ifcll practice, within acid j
be paalsbed by a fine of
Flt. Hundred (ISOO No doubt you know one you have been tell-
not ing for We will We have three distinct departments 3 -
y imprUoament ex* years. give a

f. ,sets ()Q) day, or both CASH PRIZE OF TEN DOLLARSfor @ BOOKKEEPING and BANKING
laprlwiment, at the
I ia4.t the Mayor the best Ghost Story written by young @ SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING &

flat this ordinance shall or old, male or female. TELEGRAPHY and TYPEWRITING,
BT Immediately upon Its Tha only condition is that each contestant _
ff t** Council and approved send Fifty Cents for a years subscription @ presided over by competent and experienced instruc- la* 1
tors, whose years of success as teachers, guarantee
itefer. to THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly e to you good instruction. : : .] a
0 publication, published at Live Oak, Florida. e .
c. H. BROWN.rk. .
in. Pre'. Council. The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot; Scholarships: $40 $50 $75. $90 |

P.K&yt,City Clerk of the City it has a will of its own, and stands on a plat-
kk. Florida, do hereby cer- form unique in policy and principle. The e \Vrite today for Catalogue. Address. all inquiries to @; .
tta*foregoing Ordinance No. first number will appearNOVEMBER @
'f $- t'fJ'lir1l passed by the City 0 L. M. HATTON, OR Q. S. STEPHENS, fi
IS the *th _day of Novem- FIRST e PRESIDENT. PRINCIPAL.Live $
,B. Jut and the same Is here- Write oa one side of paper only; story not @

1 to the Mayor for bis ap- to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close 8 Oak $/orida.e@@eeee@@ee

. fay hand and the seal of FEBRUARY, 15th 1908.

.. Uli (tb day of November and winner will be announced in the March s
.. l)IT. number. Send in your subscription at once. +@@6 $$0S@. e
8. p. MAYS. City Clerk. ==- IPI'II !:!!' : !'l il'I:1 :!!!ii: 11111':: lIi:1 IIlfmr-. ; : 1 :::J Jum: I
.a1u4 and approved by me. THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE B
"YfIlMt 'th, A. D. 1907. ,
r J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor. NE\V\ Y'
.- ----- Drawer 30 Live Oak, Fla.

I A I'1 nt Duty I t H B. CREECH Prop.At i

-1 '1 tats ast away." M. I [ Hingson's Old Stand]
ate?" I
*-Wlyti f Itar diA calling me." ,' ,SEABOARDI Fresh meats, both Western and Florida. J
"Watt ds\sound like?" Fancy and Family Gro: ies. Fruits and Vegcta -

"It auk* a noft like a dollar."- I i A SPECIALTY. j| :
>lEwkfiH* American.

A Peal \\NmderIand. Airline Railway. ji ...411;:.;::;; "!! :: Terms:: II Ii II 111111111 1 1 Cash.1 llidll!!' 111111111111'1 II II

South Dakota, with Us rich silver '
fcbes. bonanza farms, wide L Columbia Camden Southern Pines I rt;
ranges .> Savannah_ . i ,_T-.. I r, .. .,. ..
---- ---= Y--"* '/QKiVeelc. "asmrgcon, Baltimore, of I

Miss Annie White left this morning nts,.*Ln ,-/o'cl< end New York. i iy111E SUNSHINE of the Sunny South
for Ft. George Island to attend a tt -- --- -- ---- ,
ham l 10U u :I'' I[ live3inbottledCoca-Cola. This great
wedding. toe hj....... ,' *e J f American drink has now become .
--- t Ham v; dem;;;; TR fit NS DAILY t t household' necessity. Invaluable in
Dr. West, after spending the past I
home 1'artl Vessoj j jhtv to m e straightening out domestic trials and the tribulations
week in Alabama returned G
Oak "
jesterday. s can .3 Seaboard Mail II IIjan f of housekeeping. From grandson to
Ye ice I grandfather, it fills long-felt want and offers
J. J. Fletcher and brother were in don'tattend In -- -- just the invigoration needed for spring indis-

he cit yyesterday attending to business was t yot iWeetln i : Equipment. . I positions and over-taxed nerves. It helps to

affairs. time. ' tfce I solve the "Servant Problem.
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A.V.\ Ross of'Rossburg, came up tised.t accidenmost I Bottled Coca-Cola Keeps Even

_ ,"1 last night to spend a few days visiting -f/Camp ft. ;Exposition Line f fI _
with friends. Mr 'greatestat I t ;; 8
) at Clayl I fleas >LK, VA. I Its
Of J ;
Mr. Leopard who has been visitingMr.
, and Mrs. J. U Edwards for the section is on Sole Dailyper
past few days: left yesterday for one year fu ,"t'tingdarner ky ,- live Oak Bottling Works Sole Agents.R .

points in South Florida. ''lag cols, reservations call on any agent

- e"Ul oreport.
' IH F'1' ;**+ ****t en!. Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla.

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BI til PJW -

SPECsi LINE, g -' ;va n- .. _jR''I v BH'Bi ; It

r i AT i Road II For Sick Livers t j :

1 i ;re, North. South, I II'ukllc A PURELY VEGETABLE h ;

:, t Pullman I --COMPOUND
L' + \ Through
3 --- fif
. 1/i e 1Toi: : 11 l Lt'alns. l ii QUICKLY CURES ,MALARIA.CHILLS and
interrupted ll: '
speakers are 1 l: : ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
by people coughing. ThU A GUARANTEED CURE fcr all dilutes produced by
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Out bottle pur-
J not happen If Foley's
: .,.1aul1! today mal sate you a tick spell tomorrow.CURED j
**d Tar were taken as\lt cures I CONSULT THE 'i'UKPLE i ii Ii
egos and colds and prevents pue- FOLDER"l
, umonia and consumption. Theftton'M OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER
contains no opiates and is u. i;
a )chow packago.Suvaanei- DrugCAatpany i; For detailed .informotiou. schedules, rates II I writes tire:W."My A. WhitewclU child bid chills Emory tad Tex.fever.
r\ el -dW : fur four years. We tried ill kinds of
'.- i and reservatione, see your nearest ticket Ii I meh.us: .cod finally aa acquaintance ol
A. a rule t\(' fclrrwhois' able toep agent or write or call on ; tine recommended ilerfnne. We o4
i three bottles and the child i( DOW corapietely -
r. on the jNuhtt-t pmtio l:1tion !I I ; ojred. You have my permissionto

Imagines she yas ut out New for an I J. L. BREEN, Ticket Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, | fully publish recommend! this testimonial lietbine to, as all 1 mothers cheer
emotional t'&s-ChlClgo
N Live Oak, Fiorida. g; 4 b..n::q children aSicted.miae."
I! : .' UHOE E3HLE. 50c GET THE CtUl i
Kennedy's Laxative! Cough Syrup
causes a free jet gentle action of the Ore -' vt CUD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
towels through which which the cold B i ST. LOUIS U. S. A.
District Passenger Agent
\* forced out of the system. Child- FRANK C. BOYLSTON. II

ren like It. Contains no opiates nor Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Jacksonville, Fla. .tt F"'\ n_AND RECOMMENDED_ _BY8UWAXVEE 3,
narcotics. Sold by Live Oak Drug DRUG COMPAXY.Ln.E .
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F 't..Y' .,
LIVE Mil. ROOSEVELT WAS MODEST. That was a surprising story sent $--8-8----- '..c! i
Surprising as It is, President Roosevelt out from Pensacola some days ago to i

I I, Published every Afteroooa actually had no specific remedyto the effect that because of serious mis-
Sunday. offer in his message to Congress for iConfid
Except conduct charged against It by a woman 1 1I
1. the financial troubles which now beset
-- the countrj He had the good the Salvation Army had been refused -

L CHAS. 'w. IitVI.-:Editor: and M' 'r. sense to recognize that he was no ex- a permit by the mayor to .I .Begets-enthusiasm, Y -

li. -.--. pert on a problem which required the preach on the streets and had been the ardor with which wAare _

t Cnte.ed at the rosxoCice live Oak skill of the best specialists! in the practically driven from the city The I

Florida., as Second Class Mall Matt land and that any opinion from him f

te,. November i. 1905. concerning it had no more value story was disturbing to the faith of The First at
d --- than that coming from any other intelligent -, many people who make no religious

well-informed, thinkingman. professions, who had come to look
The most he had to say on the upon the Salvation Army with profound Every safeguard istl wn around Kihe

subject was as follows, and it Is but respect because of its sincerity, They are frequently ins ted by
t another expression of what seems tube because of the practical form its of d
t- mailed to any part of the United troller Currency, ar are cal '" -
( l. States, pastape prepaid for $5.00 matter the general conclusion about the religion took in relieving the sick and : St sworn stat ments to bin th ti each k ki

r per year; |2.50 for six months; destitute and putting new hope and der the direc _
i su
II they are u
"We ofI
J1.25 for three months, or 50 cents need a greater elasticity In heart into the out-casts of the slums j on

i for five weeks in advance. De- our currency, provided of course, that and because of Its very simplicity I 'al Government, and ) strongest on

b r ihered to any part of the city. by we recognize the even greater need suggestive of the way Christ offeredthe Ii ; B
[' carrier for 10 cants per week. of a safe and secure currency. There Gospel when He was here, out in I ; .ing, ,

must always be the most rigid examination the open, to publicans and sinners, i B Methods,
by the national authori tI- for Up-to/date Service
rich alike without
and money
We are not writing half enough poor ,
ties. Provision should be made for l Liberal
: letters In this country. The deficit and without price. These people were

,' of the Postoffice Department for the an emergency currency. The emer- shocked and distressed at the story I i Conservative Methods
1 : \ gency issue should of course be mad from Pensacolabut now it seems that
last fiscal amounted to mOl
year i
'i with an effective guaranty and the National Banks. tI
upon Always
than six million dollars.V' the Army" expelled from that city use The
t' conditions carefully prescribed by the was not the real article and was la pered in greater numbers than all other *

government. Such emergency issue 'actan entirely different organization. '
{ Senator Culberson of Texas, has % 1 stitutions.
must be based on adequate securities The Tampa News tells aboutit
been elected pemocratic leader of the approved by the government and as follows: Watch us grow, our profits are now as

Senate, and as Mr. Culberson is a must be issued under a heavy taxThis . "It appears: that the 'Salvation T our capital was at our beginning
self-poised man who. never loses hU '
J I would permit currenc being issued I Army' band which has been banished
1' temper the choice Is a good one. i when the demand for it was urgent -I from Pensacola by the Mayor, as a
I but it is yet to b3 se n if he will not while ; FIRST NATIONAL
securing its retirement
as result of charges against the organization -
lose his head in a supreme parliamentary the
demand fell off!
i It Is worth investigating , Is not the real 'Salvation
t \ I emergency. to determine whether of- Army' which la accomplishing soI I I:

.i I t --- \ ficers and directors of national bank I much real good throughout tho f Live Oak, Florida. J'k

.i, i The news comes booming across should ever be allowed to loan to world. Following: the publication
f., I the vast wastes of Siberia and the themselves Trust
I I that the Army had been expelled --1!$'-S- $-4-$-i-s- '-.--. -.-i-i'-*.,.,,,,
!r mighty bosom of the Pacific that subject to the same supervisionas : from Pensacola Ensign Patterson in

t p Secretary Taft, who is now in St. banks. Legislation to this effect !charge of Salvation Army work lu

. U Petersburg, has said in an interview: should be enacted for the District of Tampa, thhis morning communicated, ViSIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLA5UJCDOWLING _$1F !:
it "I announced that I would! Columbia
and the
a year ago territories. !by long-distance telephone, with Capt. 3
1J accept the nomination for Presidentand "Yet we must also remember that
Walker, in command at Pensacola,
I still hold that attitude." We even the wisest legislation on the PA'"WAY
and learned that the people banished -
suspected as much and our heart's subject can only accomplish a cer- from that city are members of the
I desire is that Mr: Taft get safely tain amount. No
I may legislation can by j iso-called 'American Salvation Army,' DOM UPO TNt M/H4SMI arts
home, promptly precipitate his full any possibility guarantee the business
a gang of who have been
I weight on his rival ;Foraker. arid community against the results run out of numerous cities owing to Mineral Springs Note! and C

I mash him too flat for recognition. of speculative folly any more than j their reprehensible practices They
can guarantee an individual against have no connection with the great ASLI QOOOttM
Tl1. ew York World has just the results of his extravagance. When i 'Sal"ationrmy' which is WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BIL&IARDTA@LLli. UiUAAAlMft"
completed a poll of seventy-six Demo- an individual i workingin PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED !STABLES. 1HAO 'Vt\.Ugl"
his house
the cities
of this country for nutLtr0W1.Q9H
cratic and Republican senators &i buy an automobile he invites disaster I the saving of souls and the relief of RATES REASONABLE & UL' co-\u:,... .. .. I"',''
\ Washington and the result is that and when wealthy men or men I distress

;' .. forty-four declare that Bryan's statement who pose as such or are unscrupulously -I The Evening News cheerfully ADDRESS PORK flOTEb.DYbl PflRK. FLORID ""

that he would accept the Democratic or foolishly eager to become1such makes this explanation in justice to

I nomination for president indulge in reckless speculation the local corps." -' L

i eliminates all other candidates. Prac- especially If it is accompanied by die. ( U'S--rJ : I

tically all believe that he should run honesty, they jeopardize not only j P. 1

on a conservative platform, although their own future, but the future of : Senator Foraker, of Ohio, has renounced has a capital stock of $jOOO.and assets or **nr*. -

I there Is a wide difference of opinionas all their Innocent fellow citizens, for all claims to re-election as hg the leading bankers and business men of Uw tk

to Just what that platform should they expose the whole business community I' United States Senator and says that tnading( ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE. ,

be. Of those not considering Bryan to panic and distress** j he is now in the field for the Presi- .1: DEVELOPMENT CO.. '

only one man, Hansdell Louisiana! Ii j dency it will be-a battle royal between Jacksonvtlk. ril .

1--,'S definitely names Governor Johnson The Live Oak Demorat him and Taft for the Ohio 15th of each month THE IS\'E 'TORR' Ofiws.; If Pilesire !

I\ of )Minnesota. his choice. lessly asks Its readers to "thought-I delegation! and meanwhile Fofake- I' to place your surplus savings in the sated; *3 I

I that hypothetical question containing J will work the Hrowngtille affair tor ,tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE.

r I fifteen thousand words addressed tot i I all it is worth to secure the negro I I J, L>. CO.
: The much denounced Reed Rules i
I' an expert witness on Insanity In the delegates from the South to the national I
\ for the government of the House in M lllHHIMHI**+I.ltlllt+ .. Fd'fH"
murder trial of Mrs Anna M. Bradley contention There is 'smallproslt'ct
j Congress which the new Congress I
I now in progress In Washington that a man of his type wi 1 I
\ t has again adopted have their fault ity." Really, brother, you ought to net the nomination but I if he should -*.H..H"H"l"l"H"H"H-1++'t' +*....td
but they also have their virtues and 1
; be more merciful than to make such! get it and b! elected, it would be the
not the least of tile latter is that the
I i request, for anyone short of i greatest calamity of its kind that has I MODEL t
ii time of the House cannot be con-
I Solomon in point of wisdom runs ti tome upon the country since the civil
sumed in the declamation of I /
I noisy ?ood show of becoming bughouse bJ'I war Bran says of Roosevelt that SVSPENISEFUL

I orators seeking to make a rep when hinking over such a complicated wit lie is a Democrat in spots, but the
there is business which needsto
urgent angler And take the Tribune's pots ""lOrefew and far between, and j"
be attended to .Business is the :.dce: and don't think about it yourself it tan be Aid with equal truth of I/ GIFTS for the HOLIDAYS
watchword in the present Congress I Foraker that 1 i ly racked In Handsome Single fair Boxes e
or lOU may hate to take the rest: while lie may be a .
but uuder the old system before the ibeuarabwW..wroeLaal.. .nn1d-a. o X r 3U.vd
a lre Eten the strongest brain 1!' 1 patriot, he ill a patriot only in spo'slie !....aod.contort a Reed Rules were adopted it was W Bauer what poubo tb lode auf c
very delicately constructed and there ,, is a narro sittional bigot without :HREE ORDINARY KINDS. WHICH MEANS
i mighty hard to dobu&iness( as long is but a hair's breadth between sanity any real love of country in the IE SERVICE OF USUAL SO CENT SOUSKT d
a* the great Columbian orators felt ABLE ......der m.d.for....youth eM bit
and InsanltTampa Tribune. larger H'nS of the phrase i i jr 'T w Extra Have WdxIiU.Ian Loot C\.titn Cwt
like talking. It Is possible to shut off: . fro gifts .v.or._.youth or boy will 41.JI>r.c.lv.
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their gab now in short order and gt 11111111i'-+++++IIIIIIIIIIII++'H"b-i-4 IIIII'+++++++++' 4 .;Dtpl. 87 Llacola Strut B..t... Uu*.
,i \ to the point. 1 JI-!!-o.&n.u..sfurl00 to DT..Camdij."ln it JOB...:..lr.t.a_ tau r.bLoSo.b.- '

I Clearing House Please Mention THE DEMOCRAT
It won't do to say that there are II e

i. matrimonial hopes for all the "old IH 1HH mi-1- fH HUH U 1 I M > '++

uns" Mill in single blessedness just CERTIFICATE GOOD

because Uncle Henry G. Davis late

Democratic! (candidate for Vice President JUST ARRIVED : .

and 85 years old to boot, has
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arranged to be married in January toa i !

young woman In Washington., hai Uncle It We wish to announce to our friends, c 2 Cars Flour
must not be forgotten .,... ,
Henry U worth about 120.000.009. tomers and to the public in general, that we '.. -, -

and without this element in the bargain ', ---- -- - ,
will be glad to -
it irobablj wouldn't have been accept t't'i

made with Uncle the Henry thought day that tickle his himself per-- LIVE OAK CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATIONCERTIFICATES PARTY TIttBETSH"i ( gI

sonal charms fascinated the fair ,

dame without the glint of the gold, I .;; J
+1' Live Oak to Dowfing
but Impartial outsiders know better.And Nat

t as for Uncle Henry's kinfolk I at their full face value on purchases of any r...tth.: rate of SO cents foVctjol.rows' .n..b A

whose hopes of heirship are thus + ; I '+4-4 Minimum of ten .
stored in settlement of i i :
goods our m .
rudely marred they are doubtless all any I I .. I i 1-.f.t tiKet Agent Phone ,1: tor_ 'j.

denouncing him as "an old fool" and 1 account. In fact, we are anxious to receive *+t J tt J. }',t..I. I"I I IS.S v. further informatioj'ei .:115_

saying other things, too, not printable them. '

but the old gentleman is doing I -- -- --

the tight thing. He is providing for i w'V w ,.. . .sre1 'M
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of woman who is 79TYtPd'TYIFs S t.t ..".." rr r
the future a young

doubtless worthy, even if somewhat il I Sflwanuee'flarthvare: Company + win SELL NOTHING ti>SC:I I" I
\ himself uxorious
.. thrifty; assuring Health, and Accident Insurance
' Joy In his old age that, would otherwise
t f be Joyle s.'and In the end his LIVE OAK FLORIDA.I I Anna*Sea i-AnnuA QtarkrrorMl' .>. )'S T .....

nit wealth will be spread over a :p L..t. PIns &McEWEN, General Agents, Llvt OAl fL.-
a to : : P. S.-We dFr
and so. do more good need a few
yger area more good Agents in N ;nj r ,r,J s

a .world he leaves behind. I in 'I I "HUH I t.....................a.. ........

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During the fat fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly 700000.00, and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses <

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

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s PERSON* Miss Lizzie Taylor who has been 1 Mr. Or 1 Harrell and family were
visiting Miss Louise Creech returned In town shopping )'e terday. .flaT Sale

"t: to her home at Madison yesterday. I HAVE: YOUNOTICED 'h...".

Dave Fudge came up from Houston THE
We notice several of our mer- on business this morning. I s
,. chants are !having some very artistic We offer at a bargain, SA2STITOLADVERTISING
I '
.-, .signs painted on their show windows. I Y. Y. Hingbon was a business visitor six with
I room cottage I ]
%ens 44 1Jt Oak and BuwanaeeS In the city this morning. AND OFfER IN THE
County Gther d by the Read the a erUsement of the modern conveniences, on i;

Ittportrr.Mea's Ladles' EmpVlum in the Democrat Miss Lula Walston of Houston, south Ohio avenue. Most ; LADIES HQICJOUINALWOMAN'S

.1 tomorrow. XtVrlll be a full page I is In the city shopping today. I I desirable residence i HOME. COd ;tNION
section !
Tan Show Just received it and some/Ing I erest1ng. 'I" SATURDAY ENtM :T

a+ I \. J. White's. % 4-5.$ --- Mr. and Reuben Harrold were; city. If you are II COlLIm' DCUNDTTTR &.C.
*?; Miss Elizabeth Taylor left last I here from Groover yesterday after- contemplating purchasinga

Gamble was here from Lur.j Thursday for Live Oak where the noon. I
R, \\jf.w.} .tt"rd., trading. IJ.J. 1 will visit friends for several days.-i I I home in Live Oak come, 14 SAN 60000 $1M

. Madison New Enterprise.Mr. *' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duckworth up to our office and let i

!t;, Carmichael came up yesterday of Houston, were visitors In the city I us show you this place.EDWARD8UY .
m the Park on business. Carmichael of the firm of this mbrptng.The'lljrd I Fill'a of tJ coupom from
above ala with our name u
Carmichael & Smith of Dowllng -
Drug mail it to the SANITOl
Ju. Cortett. ..x.r ((1relientathe.J Park, was In the city yesterday buyIng M nt Jrfarket has just installed LABORATORY, with One Dollar.
spent **..TtUy In the c* y.V goods for the company. a J newN lectric motor to J CO. They will send you an order on
.. operate us for the ten products. (Retail
tie fa ss e value
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C. 8. IA..o', LuraUlle.as In The l-l** Oeky epartuient Store ;

the tiy jwt T"lar on business.: has an ad\ert'iyftent: in this issue of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Barnes and Lewin Building, Room 3.
I the /ailv Do ocV' t. which all our daughter. Miss Jerold were in the
Phone No. 44. '
Vr> H. W. Colb, of Tallahassee ree-ers will So well to consider. city from Groover this morning. Suwannee

It :HW guest of lira. \V. H. Lyle. i- ----
Y Mrs. R. A. Gray returned yester- Walter McCullers is the proud
Joe Espey and wife were in the
1 :'L IV Wilson of White Springs. day afternoon from Bartow and St. father of a bouncing boy this morn- city shopping today. I I Drug Company
I f' war a ti-i'or In the city yesterday. Petersburg, where she has been visit- ing and wearing a broad smile.
.. Ing relatives for the past three ,, .
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I -eekCJ.1 J. D. Williams of Clay land, was
J. I. MraBncm'fcent' down to Lura- Geo. It. Roberts, foreman of the in the city this morning trading. ,:=; ; ; !' ;:Ii'i:
\' illt. ) *!*rdar to Us't home folks. The special Vcetfl sale is a new I Southern Bell Telephone Co.. construction --.- -- -

I -- feature that tnt/Ladies' Emporium crew, wtth, camp in the Edgar Davis while crossing the + MHmmimM *
taiim neat will 'ntro ncVV eginniDg! Saturday east side of townilMited this
r Pressing Club mornIng railway tracks on OhIo'avenue this I T
notice. Phone 222 fTh.on short morning on a bicycle had a very nar- :i J.D.RADFORDi
ment. from here to Bald i} today and that row escape from death or perioaainjury. ,
tJiereoaU are in great demand today ----- --- the line would be :tended from He failed to bee an approaching : x

on aet ant.. of the sudden cold George E. Porter of Live Oak. there south. engine until too late to JEWELRY
spent Sunday In the city with his wife !J STORE
the In
? snap. stop but he jumped off wheel
-._-- --- who is visiting her parents Rev. and Tli* great woman lecturer.ill arrive time to save himself; anything but a I is the
Mrs. T. C. Bradford.Madison i place to buy
)Jr. and'Mrs. D.-J. Mills of Rosvburjc New iK Live Oak tomorroVand will hard fall. The wheel was completely
Enterprise.The ,; wedding and
were In the city shopping yes stop at vfr. and Mrs. Tb/omaS Dowl- demolished by the moving train. f your
terday.G. ing's honrte. She will tcgln* her won i I.s. holiday presents Anew
Palmetto House formerly derful lecNyres ne. 'Sunday at 11 AOTICK. : t and beautiful,
S. Register of Perry was shak- known as the Viola House) Is now a. m. in AJvent Christian church. i it line of gift-giving

Y t ing hands wilt friends\ in the city yes open under the new management of She will begs each night at 7 Corinth IxHfer Xu. 0.1. F. A. .\. M. t oods are now beIng -
terday. Mrs. A. B. Rives. Transients $l.a o'clock. So jloD early before the Please take notice,Jill members of
I ___ . per da>'. Special rates,b>' week. 111' house gets jffowdeow The house will Corinth: Xo.3.. F & A. M., :i opened. Every

7 Miss Annie White left this morn- ---- i iI I, be kept %cfll heated, t the weather I are rt-qu (\ b present ;U our :t thing suitable for a
have l" & oubl6 barrel, LOre handsome
a -gaug ent.
leg for Ft. George Island to attend a I demand it. Mrs. Mcn nstry wants next nljlrtfmT Saturday pr &
hammer shot gV T best of fix; want f I To'clock. .I Prices are
wedding. to me every Christian Nly In Live ) ''" af p. m. reasonable -
to exchange: f / >Smith & Wesson I j jHammerles
: Oak Come and see what ayornan at which! time the annual election of and quality k
Dr. West, after spending: the past revolFor farther can earn and' do. officers Is to take place together with f guaranteed. Please
apply at fSimocrat
home particulars office. other Important bwsin@*s. A full attendance -
meek In Alabama returned ---- : do m(/ the favor of
fetterday. 1 In the write-up of the Woodmen is requested. 3 getting ices be
Verily, advertising pays. If you i meetingNui yesterday's Democrat one S. D. HUGGINS. W. M. I mpI
don't believe it, just note the crowdsattending t fore '('u.mak an
J. J. Fletcher and brother were In of ire: officers elected was left out by
tlM1 sot )yesterday attending to buaIaci's the Burnett sale which accident. Ttfjis office is one of the i Electric Light Xotire. i Ii; : o f('f.

affairs. was thoroughly advertised beforetime most import .t In the Woodmen
i '- and.is. \il\\. \ being well adv r- Camp and Is\1"3)'S filled wlh the I' On the first of December, the Live Ii:0:-

.\. W. Hobs, of'HoKsburg. came up tised1t greatest care aXto the peculiar fitness Manufacturing: Company will be
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lost night to spend a few days visit- -- of the man \r the place. This compelled to put meters on the residences -

\ tog with friends.Mr. Mr. Jas. Tate, aged 84 years, diedat office is that of tVort and in the I because of the fact that so | J. D. RADFORD :
ClayJand and was burled nigV Julies I' resfeences leaving their i ,
--- --- yesterdayat meeting Tuesday Mr. many are I
Leopard, who has been visiting Orange. Mr. Tate moved to this,Surasky won out for tn's office with !i lights on all night and there will not J
)Ir. and Mra. J. I. Edwards for the section from Madison county about flying colors. We: regre the ac- !j be sufficient current for the additional LIVE OAK, flA.

ptat few days: kit yesterday for one year ago. Undertaker Pot cidental I omission of his name from light required by the new hotel i *
point In South Florida. darner furnished coffin. the report. I and other new buildings 1 1- 1111111111..+4++t+. .4+t"Beautiful

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for wedding! and Christma.t ....-

" SPECIAL CENT SALE I II I ents.Skirt; chilnden's ooat8. _.

9 drts. goods and l&eras a |ioriall) .
Standard pattertu. fa.,, iton.sheeU
given away, each MMfc.Indies' .
and chi dun's ......-

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I For 9 days only-Begins Sat. Dec. 7th. ;f!: picture frames 1 t;

1 I.I See the V Window Displays and Look for the ) made before the

.. Big "Ad" In Tomorrow's Paper. j. ; rush of the Hol!

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.. !<. Karris of Jacksonville, Wants tu .
()u>-t Out Congressman.
II' J' &

lou: I.. Farris, one of Duval coun- ,
y''s representatives In the last legis- : ;

ature, has announced his candidacy 1 *<

or congress from the Second con LIVE 0 t'f t'/ kr

; ;;0bltion reK lonal to district Congressman of Florida, in Frank op- I .

Jlark Mr. Farris is a lawyer a
member of the firm of IlardwlcK '
ar II!' & Jennings, of this city and :,
i or to his election as a member of '

y. fit v. ,,e legislature, he held the office of 2H
r i| ;ustke of the peace in and for the H rM ?

tenth justice's district of this county. PUBLISIILdG
Just one week ago CongressmanClark
{ stated that he would be a candidate G

a MIL JULES SALOMON. to succeed himself and men- ...
.I The above is an excellent likeness'!' honed the fact that he had no oppo- : .. -- -- ---------- p ; ili4rut

of Mr. Jules Salomon, candidate fo- 'dtion i for renomination. But now : ,
Railroad Commissioner in the cornt j) things have changed, and Mr. Farris "
ing primary election. Mr. !'Us' a candidate and says that he Intends -

one of the best known traveling men I!1'' to make a personal canvass of COMPANY
In the State, and has been traveling 1: 'the district. In making his an-
In'thl.. State for twenty-five years. !i{ nouncement. Mr. Farris said: M** s

He Is thoroughly acquainted with the :'1; "Yielding to the solicitations of j '

conditions of the roadbeds, with the many friends and after thoughtful i I'' -
character of he service rendered by I consideration I have determined to :
the roads, ant with the needs of the enter: the contest for representative !i :.
people in theYnatter of depots and 'in congress from the Second districtof WAttSi
freight rates. \ In an interview witha Florida In due time 1 will an;: I ; 'i

reprejentathf of the Democrat 'nou\ce a pia orm of principles em- ; ,.}.:' IJ
Mr. Salomon s. Id that there would 'bracing in) vieV on public questionsof lilllI'' I III ;II II ;' ; II ; I d: :! IIIrI J ;; Ii:; I i I Ii: h :f':' !;! J 0 ft
lii one definite purpose in Jns mind state and na onal importance. I'' I H

born tie time L took ot e .If elect* !shall endeavor toVtnduct my part of'' and CommercialPRINTERS
,\land 'tte fromV Book News I
eJ t w s to elUfer do some- : campaign high plane free ': ,
I.L\- to ';r is P .
and 'ell He peopljpltere was nothIng 1 poItlcal: and\fIcial lecords of my opponents i i. i 554
uld e do f He believes that as wwlaVmy own, belong J Ji ;I''. i ; ... .

i.,ere i t: h be a__v.aii.p.uli.'d ban > o the public,Vind I propose to discuss ii I
actiVe HaUfoad Commission, and I tlfcm fret%y and fen ,fessly. De1 ,. + ,
It Le succejCi i ngetiiog there he I :\\('''/ i\>\v ant the primaries I expect : .

will begin/o pat into practice some : to niake J person/1 canvass o. : i i ""'no:: '''''',',,' I , '''nn n, !: ",,,'" ,:rn., ,,,......::...........'"
of the ideas he has been working out 'each coup\' in the d' trict. In the
for many moults meantime I wtsn to /ake public ac- J
At the Coming-Oil: Convention in ;, Krowledgement of i y gratitude for .'
Oca'a! no one there made a better hit'1': the many pledges) ii support I have I
than Mr. Salomon. already received from almost every i i : Li
1: section of the di/rict and to esp c- :' :

The Mii.stirlscre Great.Oburns !' tally thank thosf of my friends who i I UI NO job is too largland none too small for .. I
> have done me the honor to urge m>' ; '
Minstrels were the attraction ( :'anUdac" iT to handle everything in the
at the Springer opera house i us ,+
Mr. Farris having "jielded to sol-tj f
ycstt day maiinee and night plain t
to tvl) good and encei that were Icitatioas of many friends" will now i i j I Printing Line comes easily within our limit.
enter the fight which is to be settled I j.j
vtry llgfcly appreciative of the work
in he primaries.: |
01 ILIa aggregation or sp end'd' artist
i In an interview published in the
j Coburns row :his.reason
ik bette. (tau it wfts last, and has i i':mes-l'nion last week Congressman I UR stock of Bond, Linen and Rag Papersis
Clark made the fallowing reference t
Uo ea. ring tits/splendid patron I

age .t jail t) dfseilts. I as "I to do nJcandidacy not kbowof. : any oppositiono I t one of the largest carried in Florida, i
the ?rig 'ipal fi/l'ma (ri* are ilcs i
: my reelection, and I am led to been -
tr.. Holt Calvin./I'o\vers. Cummins, by the assurance I get from taiper i and with a well equipped modern Printing !
l.uaevy ana Pcc / all of whom Ecemtd -
the district of approval of mv : :t
to be atVLei/ best in esterday'* Plant and artistic printers
yMrtofmsnet 4. ;iJcxKe: tie baK> congressional; career by the people, new type, we : :*
that I will not have
any oppositionfor
'pru A Thousand und- rfVd\ Viles very gratifying to me. I have :
reacting tte yry low notes with all h en do'ng my best to make the people and prompt as any establishment in the i if
em e and meUil y. Mr. Eugene Williams I : :
of this district a good representative -
( the teAr, received a hearty t I
encore when/ha rendered the sweet in congress, and my every effort f + South. A trial will convince. Samples and
in the future shall be toward
oid tavor.te /'ha ling I Am Grow in; ;
.1.1I .1f
the accomplishment of that end" .
Estimates Furnished
Old" Oth* EOI\CS\ bj other member on Application.
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of thf rom\iny were no lesj
pleasing l tn/the au iences. But this nadIr :\Ih'd1'. II i f

criticism vXuld notVe complete with Abraham Brown, of Winterton, iL
out nM re/specific: nt"Terence to lan ". had a very remarkable experience Ft >L
Holt. iLvfttell know Columbus fay ; he says; "Doctors got badly! I I
.rift, WI. atK>ared k> several of l.ls :nixed up over me one said hearts i .
ta rrltal s.scaltle: <.\ and who was -<>ae; two called it kidney trouble: I t-B: .,,- -.. .,-:. ." ; "n."':! '!, ,. ,""' ''''' ''''':;""", ." : :|E

I4. of 1 \ ILr3tpsI > tl* t'sv<*ile iv work in thj >ifth sto-narh and liver trouble, but I II
histri f lint It lit n\tieeabie that none of Uem helped me; so my wife I We Make ,.a Specialty of Mail I

Mt H/U. who is knot\a as "TaeU advised( trying Electric Bitters, whi h I
erflf CWva glos ors; i is lie onlrtt re restoring! me to perfect health i I
e..wl r .t coup**t wi.u at- :)EP bottle did me more good than II -:- Order Business -:- ii : I'r

h-np# tli oe tra dialect id he do s all tIe five doctors prescribed" :: ;; .+ ,1

.uu y stcr"ufaliy. IR, aoags; and Guaranteed to cure blood poison it ii --... _...._._.._ H rt
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et itp+ I ir 'eeely' eu'oyed and w' .akne..a and all stomach, liver and ,' ii ii t
k. Fa *v.4 a..u.wa f <.a\il* man;, "idaey complaints by Barclay & I ,\ .'
c ; tr.Q: J-j| H? s a g"naini < Oroover druggists 51k. dec.dw :
e; t<9 raarac.or of tii i P i III -
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a' i.tj jlterwetatknt
s \ lot of !ante adg.triea' nests I U t .
:- :.. 7; -i. e. .. Iio:. k I to grow up ,
!. '*e r! ,t :a.lr duce h's L' I

fiehe-.. as I U a feature .f Here's Good Advice.O LIVE OAK ij
Vshrs'a Y'astrela thU season tatIB S. Woolever, one of the bet I ill. ;. >...

(. : t s OTft? way. known merchants of LeRavsville, Xi 1 .. r .. .
TI. MtiMNletle.( athletic and gym ., says "If you are ever troubled +
r rt t tlw artists who essay- with piles, apply Bucklen's Arn'ca' I
.I II s stt.y ftfrt. and all of the Salve. It cured me of them for good; I i1! PUBLISHINGCOMPANY j
.tlsM -.5 *,.e atlr iy pl a lng 2o years ago" Cures even sore.
w *. ta, ats tlMKH that wit new*1 wound. burn or abrasion 2*>c at 1 1
flint Cu tu.'. Bloctr U have al Barclay & Groover drug store dee-d I Iii x : ,

Ii.ok.1 a ratans eegagemen - - i ? :
Nee tI td the i.an an.I al 1 Oc s'onaay aVmtirri >d man gors I + _J 'J' t.I
tti!' V. t.:.4 to slow tl Is.-Tb 4 around half dreg i because it take* I + :1 : ',. ',: \ + I
1. '.., V'I much to dreMhlsSietter half :rhJ.. -' :i:>.'- ct>-i .t.. a
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it t . :
I..pt' is .'ling .ldslc' .\ lUngerou Headlock i iI Jf'.1;
*t.. l M .aYe a ''OUCIa or eon, that sometimes terminates fatally, i sJ-:
I. t.. r. !n.JIto oao Nfiat 1(1 Ilor -)<((1 I he stoppagE of liver and bowel fun EOFLORIDAn x

't rr. I I.. ....c'.r In taken; !_ons To QjUlcXly end this 'II : 1'f '
} ter- a;'not I''PC ration, Foley'sTr I without disagreeable sensations, Dr '
l......, ..4 cares cough, colds sKing's{ Xew*' Life Pills should alas\ E .I t 1 if:

& .-.'.aesenla.- .. .--,-The--, -gen-.- I II be....jour.:. .. remedy.. Guaranteed alt :j I t. ." ',):. : L.
W1M UV AU" .1. In case or
JVJtvca 8.tUlaCtoq every
rat wealth will be spread over a'j' .,..........." I, rs-+ . . . . .'+.+.+.+..+...+...+..+..+...+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+. . . . . . . . . . ... I,
.- 'I"' area and 10 do more good to ,I j +++ ++4+++++++rr +lrllillll.lltt..tllll. .

orid he leaves behind. i i T'f t'f'PTTf I I J I tt

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C ., --
U\'Ef OAK 't.\\'
V.\1LY UE.\1OCIt.\T: TH'It n.CK\lHtn 3.
101!AL CARDS I Ir. ChJldr n's der Quarantine, until such time is 2 iS

favorite tonic White's Cream Ver- they shall be able to produce a certificate AT THE AUDITORIUM i

BROOME mifuge, the cure for worms and all from some practicing physI-
L ,
eaildren's diseases. It not only kills cian that all danger of infection Is

the worms bat removes the mucus past and that the Infected house i

r&COUNSELOR AT LAW. and slime in which they build their houses or quarters, and their contents _11-

nestsIts action on the child lalId have been thoroughly disinfected J.
and leaves him in a healthy or until such time as the State
earta.f tk.state RSW. ;
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Joe Board of Health shall
M w C..oyaae.ti CJI.ctia Daniel Surmac, Tenn., have taken
AS lura..a pt.mptlr atteadFviI that he gave one of his children charge of and raised such quarantine;

ttr.ra AT LAICS. Cream Vermlfage when the provided, that this prohibition may

doctor thought it had colic and from not apply to any individual adult r BARLOW

J. W. WEST, the first dose the child passed 73 member of the family who producesa tMINSTRELS

worms. Sold. Suwannee Drug certificate from some practicing '

n and Surgeon. Co. dec-dw physician that such member has not "

rrTvf BuiUmj, Ohio Avenue. -=- been exposed to Infection and that

asidettty at Klhel: Hotel. If a man is he& st at heart hU thereUrno. danger of such member

h let. honesty isn't duQo the theory that communicating said disease.

honesty is the best policy.OIinhVAXCE Sec. 2.-That any persons violatingany :
pM*Stan IKtrcUv A Groover) N* 16. ..
of the above provisions of the
An All-1Vhite ("umpanrb'lOlutt"lr (JUAKAXTF.KJ.NO
NO. 07. preceding section shall be fined not
exceeding five hundred ( $300.00)
TIIO Ail Ordinance Requiring Railroad "one 3IONKVS WORTH"
) IASON. dollars or imprisoned not longer than
Companies Owning or Using Tracks -OR-
ninety days or by both such fine and
-- Across Ohio Avenue in the City of "YOU: HONEY HACK"
imprisonment, at the discretion of the11a"or
! Live Oak Florida to Provide
| a
T8TSiciANs& and in addition, such person
[I* Flagman for said Crossing a d1'IescribIng shall t>e isolated under guard until Etcrthhcgrw: This Season, ITeseiitlnjc the Most F.laltorute. Spectacular

*$4u1. t : FLORIDA. his Duties, and Imposing such time as a practicing physicianmay Electric: First Part Setting Ever Known In Mlnstrobjr.

Penalties.lie certify that danger from infection Dan lIo.lt. the (;....rl/;'* Cotton Hlo.,"' ..". Is a Member of This )11CanIAAtlua.
r- TJ.-LYLE It Ordained by the Mayor andC Is past.

ty Council of the City of Live Oak

Practical Florida: shall Sec.willfully 3.-That make any any physician false certifi-who Prices: $1.00 75c and 50c.

Section 1. That the railroad and ,
!MAKER AND JEWELER cate under the provisions of this ordinance -

railway companies owning or usinga upon conviction by the Mayor \
year exj line o. line,of luain or side tracks
shall be punished by a fine, not exceeding -
*( Wateh* always on hand. :acres Ohio Avenue! In the city of
*S five hundred dollars or im-

ML Ik !i. HOWL wee (,ak Florida, and operating piisoned not longer than ninety days,

tra liB t} ereover, be and they are or both such fine and Imprisonment HE IS UERE DR. L. V. BELL.

0| lldr ii her.'by tequired to furnish and keep at the discretion of the Mayor. }

stationed at the Ohio Avenue ,tree} shadtake
Sec. 4.-That this
defVy T eye creasing of such tracks, in said City,
its '
fl4 sad Is* Bsnufactin i if lenses a effect immediately upon pas-
flagman or watchman from the I II
BMtmlV \ sage by the Council and approval by
our of six o'clock in the morning 4
"at Barclay & .roover Drug the Mayor. :
[ until the hour of eight o'clock in the Attest: .
[|fc* d-w
---- ittning of each and every clay. S. P MAYS C. IL DROWN

L .,. nt'\\ nmu.t.fnJC Section :. That it shall be the City Clerk. Pres Council.

aiCNOailAPHER. duty of ss'd flagman or waahruan to I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the

remain at sale Ohio Avenue street City of Live Oak. Florida de hereby

Ot.t. Upstairs crossing at all times between the certify that the dinanceNo.

na...... Itau l. Uulldlng.Uti .
.ours mentioned in Section One of 67, was regularly passed by the

OAK .;. -:- FLORIDA. .his Ordinance, and to keep look-out City Council on the 6th_ day of November -]
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tor all approaching engines, trains A. D. 1907, and the same U I!

'fWUt a UttU Early Riser Pills and cars across said crossing and to hereby certified to the Mayor for his :

fs ..*M by Lit f Oak Drug Co. dec-d watch for all persons crossing! the approval. '
railroad tracks at such crossing ando 1
Witness my hand and the seal of

k"s oadrr to 1 1 n love than it Is give timely warning or signal to said City this 6th day of November # ,

;faA set suds. such persons of the approach of all 1907. I

i b trains engines and cars. That any S. P. MAYS City Clerk. T.esaKt

f PI" '''' Carbollsed Witch Hazel violation on the part of such watchman Examined and approved by me this

I f. &104. CH DvWIU'a. Sold by LIve or flagman of any of the duties November 7th, A. D. 1907. trle( !

M DfI' Co dec-d imposed by this section hall subject J. B. JOHNSON, Mayor.

him to a fine of not exceeding One I KI ; K

fl>f two-thlrdV/f the talk people Hundred Dollars or imprisonmentnot : ORDINANCE Ml. O8.n I! i 1

t4y*. to tot exceeding ninety da)1>. or by both .\ Ordinance Rconiring the Paymentof i i

uch f ne and imprisonment at the u License 1-t: by Any Person

isle f\VtuV Kidney and Bladder Jlscretlon of the Mayor. IVrsons Firm or COl1loratlonho f f fI i

11 Bf l$|-r are for weak back. in.ktaaattoa Section 3. That this Ordinance Purthoses or Contracts for the i ,

; of the bladder backache shall become effective on and after Purchase of Clearing House Certlhcnte I
A. I). : in the City of live Oak,
$M seat lkS..).. Sold by Live Oak the 13th; day of
-llu. OB dec-d 1907. 1- lot iiLi, tit less! than the Face I

Pum by the City Council of Live Value Ihcrvof, and Imposing a .I .

: .1 ua sea volumes with her ,ak. Florida this 11th ' of Nov Penalty for the Violation Hereof. TllltoWw.n" yon CRtTCHES.Or. i
Be It ordained by the Mayor ana :
f9I U4 .halo,/b lee with herrst ember. 1907. F
CHAS. H. BROWN. City Council of the City of Live Oafs, IWil, the Wonderful Healer and Hi P.enowix FloriiU ll.rlnlIlenicilies. I.

f President City Couneil4.ttteat ) Florida: I: !

Ort*. Latattv Fruit Syrup the : S. P. MAYS Section 1. It shell be unlawful fa..in. hr. 1.. V. Bell the great advertiserand {.f..11 kind of coata k>.i* d.a.. *f

w .....U,.. stimulate, but does City Clerk. .; person persons, firm or corpora- wonder worker who is now mak- Li! a human system. The dotter . ':

M* Irrttai It U the bt U tat he.S i I. fa. I' Mays City Clerk of the ion to purchase or contra to |" r- iag his leadquarters at the Suwan- n .1'',ir>g the deaf hear, tire *... ...... :

tnatrd or lour money back. '. City of Live OaK. Florida. do hereby base within the city of Live Oak. nee Drug Store this ciO and curl'Ktl1onaaDdl' ; nil ;iKTforminK other mlra-.lea blot ,

e&a.. itrug Co. dee-dw certify that the foregoing Ordinance .' ioridfc. any' of the Clearing House of all kinds of diseases I I'.' uviiig him to b ore of tbs sWMj >
\"o fii was regularly i>;i>ed by th* .Vrtificates issued by the trustees of
that tW human family utab he't j wonderful me that aii vr .ssswitbin rI

sua wlthou A cellar button ii City Council on the 11th day of Nov- the Clearing House Association, composed I to. by the Florida Hoot and HltTrE'.atm I our ...... ir 'oa are &e*.
and the Fame is of banks doing business in the
'list as trip t erehy certified to the layor for hid city of Live Oak. Florida at and fort Sore, where he give health It will rail
s aairpla / wannee Drug: pay you to at It*
.r approval. le.:s sam than the face value otuci all information that may be desiredin Sawauaee Drag Store and are too

; fcvator Iteol.4 ts lame, but he \\ltneu my hand and the seal nf rmifkate. unless such person regard to those wonderful Florida doctor and get further ID'....... .

**1I*" :ors. Arm or corporation stall herbal discoveries free of charge. 'u to ni? wonderful Florida HorsnlDiscover I

M U U wet/a\ -bodied Demo- 'H. S. P. I.\YS. .,vi first paid to the Tax Collector He also gives a rand moral free I ;en. all of which are for sttlt
Ort- he of Uve Oak. a license tax
City 1 City r
L N.w Post. entertainment f ureeniag on corner a tl! t' S-iwainee! Drag Stars.
went CumIn,d and approved by me this! 'l Five Hundred Dollars, and pro- Howard : and Oho; avenn" T 'Ktor will be. aatil fwtsMrhen t 1 11

't Tort U nothing better offered the toe 1Mb da> of XOTt m1H'r. A. I). ',u.Pa Neons from the said elt). i land there gives free treatment ant n 't,. :: through the<< col.... *fMs i t

1 bat today for stomach troubles it,,17. J. 1-1. JOHNSON. Sect"on 2. Any person firm or I a lecture on the merits of his famous t' i>;.pr. at the Sawana Dreg :
Mayor.ORU1XAXCM "Or.ratlon. or the officers thereof. .
hadlCf'IItloD, etc. thanJiINOt. .\.h Clearing House I I remedies, that are curing thousands Store. Ik .
- --- -- ------- Full purchase
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.. This la a scientific prepara- -
NO. C7. Cfrti&ates without first paving the fli
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'* .f Bttortl dlcrslants combined ...
ordinance in relation to the suBse tax and procuring a I lieemejtom i
** An
vftabie acid and it contain ,. i
health and to prevent thtIprt'a"l > the city, as provided >n tt pr"
.. public
UBM juices found In every :
of certain contagious and Infectious .,ling section, shall be pum-h' I It I,
bialy Mouat u KODOL Is guaran-
diseases In the City of Live fine not exceeding Five UuuUi4o
tte4 \0 girt\ r II..r. It Ia pleasant to .."
Urs, imprisonment for a ;> >ii
) or
: penalties.
***.J H ml) make feel fine b y Oak, and providing ti
IT ORDAINED by the :'lay'rand .:ot exceeding ninety days or by
. ulN'lsg that ou eato Sold by live BE i
> cite
e.. Dtsg l'o decdstudying City Council of the City of UVP.Oak. ;ui: fine aud imprisonment
discretion; of the Mayer I
Section 1.-Whenever any case of Section 3. That this Orduia'i 411d11 PU2 SE SI _

yellow fever small pox cholera, dip- hail take! effect immediately upon its I w4y

Is therla scarlet fever or scarlitlna .Kissage by the Council and ap.trovtljy
eraato, Mr en k." BROW The "C! L\R1"Ell"
develop or exist in the city of the Mayor. CJI.H.
Yn. she has waded that it will Counc'l
President City
the patient and all members iI i
Iabottt Live Oak Gasoline
16i sI.e ever Engines
a rt
MAYS, City Clerk-
S. P.
household exposed to the U t..t;
s!. to taltih In a\i the languages of the o Clerk of HP
same shall be immediately placed 1. S. P. Mays, City I , Will furs:'b JV'W T at a tri.lmpr not fur
.st icago H ;ord-Herald. under quarantine by the Sanitary Inspector l'ty of Live Ok, Florida. do hereby g ,:' even" PUfVI N.. mx>n -- -- under the direction of the31a.or Certify that the foregoing Ordiaanco. l 4'j lancer titilue The **C barter" in aWe duel
\\'hafsis b the I.. rare Ktt.e them in am hnr.e (nNrrr.We .
of 58I..1S regularly passed .;
1 well If and Sanitary Committee i Il HT the Ixrprst dr atl'o i'a F4crida, and
doing worth doing said city and the house where such Jity Council on the 18th day of Xcnmber !it UI can supply >"ur want*> itt i' eaviag b. '.mHr 3-I
-Ua to be cured of Rheumatism.B shall be must be quarantinedis A. D. 1907 and tin same is also ell Marine Eupnu; Motor Bout ;t

llird's Snow I iniment and you :wtient practicable. and danger .rreby certified to the Mayor for Li-:: Supplies; P.pw; ; Fittings etc.
effectually as, I Write for .
14U .. wtil' cured" .V pos live cure bcaatifuL illustrated eataluR.4j .
signals in the form of ref gars Ishall I .;lOT&1. So
tpnUas, Bruges. Con- 9 ti
V-uralRia. sal!
: Witness hand and u
around such infected ; :: nu
be placed .
Muscles and all the ills that and :all ,1.1: C;f; this: IMh day o. Nc. o t.!bev =
U ketr to. A. a.1: 1VilliamsTexas house houses or quarters ,,, i. FLORIDA GAS ENGINE ,
ei ta In- D. U
thereof expo- "
writes I have the inmates be and they aVe hereby required 07S p MAYS. C''f C'Tkc '? AND SUPPLA CO.
tow Unlment for sprained ; , a-.prot"'d. b'. me t'i:
to remain in such Infected. : : d and I r A3IP.A FIA
>**4 U the best of satlsfa-- .
gave or within *.T 'R-h. A D. 1907 L
I always keep It in the house. house. houses or quarter JOHNSON Mayor. .
J. B. ,
district as may be un- I
such t rr
.uee-Drag Co. dec-dw .
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I; r r EvJ-BlUME, 1st Vice-President. / \ B. BARTON, PresideD i ; H. M. WOOOARNOLD hairs K

. ..1'. BYRD 2nd VicePresident.r 'J4; !\ P., MPlftt, ..
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;> Capital Stockholders Liability, . ' |j)0,000.00CITIZENS' ) i =
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a ( Pry 6ulf-R.:: i I <4*' -") .:

It r If" The,1Thrtera1 S'rings Rbute. .' ----\ r The g A e' The Lines'

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t. : ; .. source That S. J. : .

r fcUOtbtVl t ..?Urft CI1IS 'SCHEDULKfeFFECKlVK rWT cuss End C/us i : 0)0 :. ,Make Whites='

ife j.ndPa pauP IPa31PaL () ,r. Yi, IyUI ;.....r ;-;: II 4rt .. -
_aPa_'1_ ( -I PaulPnaulPau'N \ "The Shoe Store for Men, Ladies' aId'Chii4rea's

.r : r' 317 i9 54 1 13iAMJAX !.TI1Z' 14 MIP.M, I .
A.M P.'" P.k1 > A.M .A.M P.M
| pj ..:.. T\Tioss A M ,-- i tt .. Good Shoes ,
,L. Dai27. {San Saw D fJ; Sao I 0 u Dab I I Dai17 ex
: a Sunday Ion only Sun only SU" only .l I; SenlueJ! Sday__ fdwin ShoeForMen.
i (The Gapp
;E Lve L.. LYe 1--- ---- -- Ar -r A-"A"J lor Ar The Dorothy Dood SKec
. !.!.Ii!! Ri .
,. 7 U'UIO! J Ort IX{ 4 154i1 ; ... ....the Oak_.......... 10:1;-;:50: ;;; : For W1.. "
.- 1 U 11 30| 20] 1 4-U4 33 ctarr_ ....... .. S 51L130 b z; 33." .. _
1. 11 IS.i 25 16 To'i, : .: ..; .'.,...'.... 9161125 117: 320! 3 3.. I1 The Stetson Shoe The uatuon tote and n>Ut kdkeadrwf
a 111 40)) It tr I" PI"tt... .... .. 9 4'1 5 O'JI 313' 3 tf.I E ; .
I >>U 68I t z 0.; 4.i: ....::. 9 r 3 00; 3 IfI Ibl For Men. For
45 I 12 j I 48t :): 510 rl ..:Do.Ii" Pua % JFI Z 5 U 4 I _Ladis. ,,
The Shoe
: lei Chancev" t BI tteywood The Dome Boma ;
501! Ii t 52J 3-414 S 23t44ri
244 504 : t 1140
.ab U :0 10 ( .; 511 a 101"...iiya Junction...... .. .. 11 ''5ijlll"lI"1) 33 iL.' : M Z.5 n For Men. f :Ladies.
t 1A. I. Ill. .I .... ... . 1' .....
.. 3to 5 ..._ tlo...._ .. / 61y1/tit 214'1tJi (1 .. .,' t1E3
... ..!ownacnd.' . j
\ it' 211
J OG .. ... II '
9W ] "m'th. 10 It 13 k.
I 3rt 543 II p4.
I ... . .
'-*!\ 441 6 01 .rFtnhull.tva7 Ii Mrflll0 t 342e 137;
.. ._......
". Perry,
; 2.j / 117 01 t 1120. 8' little Spartan 10 3bi t .4 15Wt. 3tJ I Hampton Sprinaa. ... .-. 9 %3. i 1 t 00. I *
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-,-- -MAYO- - AND ALTON- BRANCH. -i 1 1I t II For Misses and .Children. For Boys, and Youtfes.'CERTIFICATES .

'" I )'P." A.M PM. . A.M' P''j '
4 Lv.:Lv.1; 1' Ar Ar '' ANY'OF
2D 10 00' a< . )fa'tJunctooD... 11 3 I GOOD FOR :
B .:.2
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__ .. .1 -- .. TjJEM.
1 tE i210 ld' 320 ..... ........ Dell...... .. 1121 U i.! 2 231 E 0
\ : 1t su 10 tb.t< I r .... ...._1't t mon_ ......... v yt If 41 a.. t}.
t'I U 50 10 231j, 1 a:J5. ...... ....Mayo............. e0 41 215 AT
'b -1 40' .............Alton............. ll 4 1 n
: A M P.M S PM P.M .M A.M A.M1A.M P.M P.M PMa
: .;Ue 'Srn lSun .. ., Sun. .1i11)er3ua I '
an Only Sun.Cb17' un .-I on" n Sun Sun S. J. WHITE'S

'1'55",1) 2. 12 14 16
I I. 3 711'9 I .. A ((Is l I I

.;Trains scheduled Vo connect with Seaboard Air Line Sand Atlantic i' Shoe and Gent's
Coast Line trains. For further in formation as to schedules and connection Furnisher.

call on any ticket agent. v. *

J. LEE KXSJliX. I'ft'1'Iittr.nt.. .. II. I'.: IIUlhINS.Traftir. )fanarr, ; 7
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.. Time Table No. 20 I __ i THE FAMILY SHOE STORE. I

. Taking Effect SUUDfAY, JUNE 30. at 12:01 A. M., lt+o7. Changed From the 7th of IXremtHT '- I

._ I I Think wfeat r. BM
--- .
Notice is hereby g yen that on account -! !
cup DOWN.loiFrt ayvkAL 1ThE. READ t.p { That
is .bat
vt are
-- .. .. of the inability some of the I .
.... a I 1\0. L -:0..711\; i ;' ( < ar Our reaioa !. bftiii It
Mail lAICal candidates to be present atb convention -
I wi 1-- ...4.T1 rl//\ a IMal1 and I FmgbtI to be h Id bere SaJ fday, the f4 the "Oar Paatly HM .f i j
:& Exprw tKaaciy b Star ." .
Brad Shoe
.. I orenrpoSfponc / 1 *
aadH. h.h. __ --- ----- date has to the llth 4 j

I h1 I 3I p..I Ly. .n..e....... ,.we Oak.__ ..... < ..__Ar11.I, M a n. ,'5 it p S,. day of Ja u/ry. Tbpsame committeemen iave a...... for e"1 4I 1
a J" .,........_ _..., .Porter.-._._.... . 2n 1 h member of .,. hanks 4
+ :: : ah 1 :l ::: t:.....'..._..::::.:::. ..::::.lamer._......_.._-. -' t::!t 4 20 a m I : i8 :: named)/the petitions will S

i : a, : : : M p::I L.Ar.A.: ... : :::Wdmarth :::===:=tI: ZA 444 a m r i: : : :a a'Z be expected t on the committees to have all rater ru.tlj t-

M M a II''O'117 t... .............. ................ \Vil'llarth._...__.. -.-.-... ..__.ArI'7 m'' 120 v a of reception and entertaimmnfThanks hod re ttMBlmilr II -1 1"UfHUac
"..._. __ .....,..........Suwnnrwe River.... ....__._...L".I, 956 a In'! 4 lit-rt 11 l 4snln
ft" 'a I %t.1I..1. ad SWOMAI
I I. U a a. S M m 1'1..........__....... ........ ..r\nrood_. ..._..__.._._Lr. 9 45 a m': I 110 p r.i are extended to those who. THAN
1 I. :; a. m I... p n Ar........ .'............... ........Mayo"_. _..._.__? ,_._Lv. 93s a m'i 3W> P If' received the petition and ii- ( .e\.fnc\ ....... t
., p ,L..... ._... ...... ...y.JO'-.__.... __. .Ar. t 17 a t W m were }
m p
11 lit. a a m w t} 4lpml'41 a w "._- ..-.... .. San r-Mlr*.. ......-...-. _.-.... Lv.. : S $.I|I' m good as to take circulation ol AND CfILD "Our .Fawliy ..... :

h UM1SH Z :: i-* ?m Lrs: -..,\.:,. .........:. ..Salt Atkfcld Road..:::::::::..::::::..?......._==::tI: :932S 2SH .m m m:3* W ft t|.m N theM, in charge. J. E. WOOD. ASTRO1iAS14lltIjOflfl1 \,.. made ft ..Pffl4" H : 1

a ale 11 p mJ-"lA. _*-.-_.. ...... : .. tharlton...... ...................... L". P '*' a mfr 2 3> pnJU W t.le /yefleny faceer4..
P r III ... .. .. Keene ......... ... .. .. ....._. M a < Secretary Pro Tem. ;
17 It m MKM. 9r = 27 M .: ...... F'mholbway.......: ..:......::...... : H 45 a m m I S r---- HA IN3tWUi3 DY-- rrl'lrU the bcS tat rttf i ;
mL : lkr.mark ... ... ni! e .a 60 gI
1 c'4. W . ... .. ..T. Perry.......... .. . .... ... A 39 a a m m 1 1 40 -The Womany Club. F OBf. QfCV ONf 1 iDS leather tMt... > :
... .. bonEhl ,. ,
--- - ------ ------- -- -- -- r the tla/a. 1
'. By order oLtheyvresident. there
Luraville Branch

,.U.twyn lAiraville and AVilntarth.Wilmarth. will be a meetinWf the Club in the TWfen's and Boy's ae: ( library room po J rday afternoon soles are fl >ible and that
-- East there are M t*.'.. .11 w i
;Wrf __.___ ___ I[iv L at three o'c! ... ... .... . .... ..... ...= urged to b forced under
:: i present as fcusiness demanding the '
: : a anaAr a. 1. :=-::::::::==:=:::::::::'.. Luravlk....::: .. :::.::: :: :: kr.I: : ::;: /mediate Instep with a braw clinch filM 1141 i :
attenSjon, in to cannot rip. .
7 Alton Branch be dteeuseed. MRS. H. E. CARTER > 1
: W": SEU, Tn i "
Itl"h\l'\u Mayo mill Alto, Corresponding Secretary. | nil: 92.73 wad '-1.'''., I-Mn" ,1S1..
.. OJ'TIIS $::.(N) UTTI.K GlltlS' ".:A. "i
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J. .I .. = =_ =- .J w'eat, Nut ice. i On account of the \\\Jntf"D' Mi_..., aN (CMM. . 4h...4 s.

I piles* to a..mAr..l;L* .:.::.:::... .....::.:::::: .:,:......::::...Zit_..::::.:.:.::::_...._::.y.:-_::-:-: :_::_._::::'.::... La Ar.: (I Ill.Ularn a m In ten -- -
-.ta land I have .01'1 .
-- -- --- -- some wyt to cultivated < : .Ullf.SlIm.s .

Train w""',.__._ ? ."'nnt witk S.iata,.i.d Air 1 ire.'t ll tdaed Atlantic('(1:'* Life iwrtlif I bpive forty oy>try cords of 16 inch S11'r0. ("III1.ltIm 'Olt WO'I.lU: : /11.7aa,. vtr f
.... .. f.rmStronrraardtraratm rtheovk.adcoonetwnaatplyto i Flt lI- I : I
l at lj\- Uak Ft : t.4Sand M. ".1.
T. I' AUTUN.Suirint na; t,;-'. F. I'. \\not r AI..-. C. .'. i P. A. wood, more than rs ieed and can de- j

--- =a --- -- liver it on short ordeVs. The Star on the heel ud the .... 'ol'n r.ktll l T _
(1:11 IX .1LU.1t.l. t- from Dale county. In t\e legislature it 3. W. HELVENSTON.Mc. ! sole or each shoe Is aguara.t the they Ant "utt-' ..' 11

.. . ___ ._ t'e'a recognized: as one of the lead- -- --- ; atructej.and full or satisfaeUo-n.

l'-ii* t-n Stale and F't'de al 4'UWI" M-S of the house. lie was appontJd .. McKinstrj In Vermont. ; To see the nL to like hml. O'mt' we th4c4a.

U.r Jvw ItUM /..as.tonlg1 solicitor by Governor Comer. "The World's Great '!I ; -,
Empires" is DOWLING M
The incident which resulted in the LUMBER CO. '
't'rr. Ala., Dec.fibs the title of a course of nine illustrated j! r
[issuance of ttye Judge Jonei - - - ..
ftr, tl.56'\.twt Jo-f lectures delivered Jn Gaysville. t .. "
t t'n thp federal
[ I ........ ..
occurred on S. It is d !scribed I I
rrnmcnt and the ittatU of Alabama rUlefY Vt., receD y by )lrs.I. McKinstry. I
I[ in an a by thv H-- __ t
came tod K when Soil itot Henry B. These lectures deserve more than a 1

Stegall of OzafkrDalef county, was deputy Marsha was reported passing notlcfcv /ny nelson having

cited under a r lq IsSI -d by Judge i by to.JtldW I'nifVdStates Marshal heard the first ture would not fail live OakMTg. Co.
Judkias .
Thomas I D'f thfc federal court., JrfjMJtyfuttun to be present Jit t e seoood, and to r J
had_ towzark to
gone serve
such /
/ "/ an one ach
to apiw r ana cause why h.boJld speeding lecture

oft 'a \e'ed guilty'5'f ,the the short the 1ie lfutor and the clerkof is more interesting thW that which, Manufacturers! of
that Solicitor
font-'Uii'l fo/h alrasred! mtpbeha\tt court preceded 11.The plan of this conrn 11 I

toward iWoty L'nlted 4tfes Marshal I Stegall r ftfsed to accept the papers of lectures is original and compre Lumber Shingles Ice !
Electric Light
: A United
defruty States marshalleft ,
nslve.-Vermont ,
Pullum., The 'allejja misbehaviorconjtlnted Standard.TO ::1
tonight to serve the papers on Rfcwov '
of a tjtr at, said to have and Turpentine.
Mr. ;Stegall. There it no arrest. The J
Uwn made b. }Ir. Stegall that he \VKI AT EIGUTV-FOfi. Electric L.
l solicitor is cited to appears court hts)inane fot
part of the furnltlhei
sheriff of Dale coun- city
would havrtfce
t and make a statement as/t* his alleged Washington, De. 2.1 The eng go- ReSIdence 0 BUsIness Houses 1'.
arrest the deputy marshal for attempting at a rt&sjtibh n\A
ty remarks. ment of former Senior Henry G. Electric very
| I
to serve on him the pape.-s I Davis, oflWest Virginia, eightyfour pot r-Day and night curn ni (('r manufaettp'

t In the Central of Georgia case. Mr. A ftrst-rlass orchjstra from Tam; a years old! and Xiss 3taud Afford, mg.JJurposES. .

Stegall is cited to appear before I as be 'n engaaed, o furnish music at a Washington net\paj rj < a'tl3.3 \ti holes le and retail Ice-out of City offer have A

a Judge Jones >n December 5. the oyster bawTat the residence of confirmed ft *ry r byJV<(rother:-of the cial atten/ion, and all orders Idled.

_Solicitor Lt'gall'as but lately It : H. A. mac'rn.. given b; the Live young woman. TJfe marriage takes We W five promptly 11 i .
you good
member of the Alabama legislature Oak bljs ynght\ place about NWxear's. .* prices on fowl grade colrt .. _
oruiE/ and
get our prices.
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