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 7, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
General Note:
Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).

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? Work With Judge Shop-

pard, of Florida /gff Shot Down Three Prominent Labor a

Leaders One Fatally

i'stlahassee, Dec. 5.- Monday iI iIM
t 1
it; both the United States court \ 1 Frl Boston Mass., Dec. 5.-An Insane -

'the circuit court began their ( ; man walked Into the anteroomof

In the latter little was done the executive chamber of the i

k the routine of opening the I /' If State House today and finding Goy
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later on, there are to : j J j[ I II Guild's door closed turned on three k fr

i ter&I cases tried that are of prominent labor leaders and fired

Interest to the public In this ; three shots at them, probably fatally

'of the state. l 777 wounding Edward Cohen of Lynn,

United States court Is presidby president of the state branch of the

Oscar R. Hundley, judge American Federation of Labor;

Northern district of Alabama seriously wounding Dennis D. Drlscol

of Boston, secretary of the same
i Hundley was designated to act
board, and Injuring, with the
ahead of who
[ Judge Sheppard, \
lallfied on account of having his revolver, Arthur M. Huddel of.

f Boston, former president of the Central -
rly represented parties who are
{ Labor Union of this city.
-BUgant before the court
The Insane man, who was John A.
morning the grand jury re-
;teefe, of Everett, and who was released
: four indictments-three liqi 4-
1Y on parole last month from theanvers'
i and one money order forg-
) Asylum, was overpowered -
These have not yet come
private Secretary Charles

case of T. J. Eutsey. 3. Grove ant( .Gen, J. 11. Whitney
t aster V Estefalda, charged
/ chief of the sta \police
t embezzlement of postal funds is )
Gov. Guild wasNn his office &my
Wednesday mornlng, the .4thZhe
( lew feet away and\ushlng /ut, assisted
case of \T. I A. "Ansley.efitfth Stltele.
in subduing then knelt
devisinV I scheme to
I by Cohen's side aa sjibse, entty(41.
ing t (bails for the
44s s reeled the removal of* th wb'na e4
ewe t sad Scheme, will
men to the hospHa&r

iy be continued nor the term W.!S.SUr. in Chicago Inter Ocean. Several ofthe State ofcdals said

a'of Ott\ Hen rson. charged ifter the
sooting that ? was a
g a lstil ry, lie bavinty - ----------- -- !
well know character t* the board

_ was n $100 and sento NO CLUE TO MURDERER. TO LAUNCH l,BRYAN BOOM.A THIRTY THOUSAND DOLL.IH of insanity and that he lad an Illusion 1

[ thirty ys n prison. Th T KL.\ZE that he was not getting his rights

sin charged wit! Negroes Have :tided $100 to Reward Democratic pub at Omaha Has for which he b Li'the governor re- ,..../- .

:,liquors at re II without Il For JUs CaptureTimesUnion. ArrangDinner. In -\ugmtint-cold Stomp Plant. sponsible. Edward Cohet is one of '

: he having pl d guilty, wa ( .) Omaha, Neb., DeJJ 5.-Arrange- and Other Property DestroyedSt. the best known labor leaders in Massachusetts 1

-:: 1o0 and sentito prison foda's. No clue h\s yet been found to the I I meats have been completed by the Augustine Dec. 5.-This city He is married and has .I

The case of R. 0. Set murderer of Marie Chase the negro Dalman Democrat Club for the was visited by a disastrous conflagration several children. Mr. Drlscol is

'C rged with unlawful use of girl found mutdered Wednesday I launching Saturday night of the Bryan shortly after midnight last night almost as prominent In labor circled (

:sails, was continued on account morning near the bid Fernandina and candidacy for the Democratic which was the first fire of any consequence in the state. }Ir. Huddel! president : .

Metiers* Illness. The case of W. Jacksonville railroad crossing at nomination nest year for president here for a number of years of the engineers' union of Boston and 1

JLftdenon. A. P. Hardee, clerk of Union street. / I of the United Stales. The buildings destroyed Included the served for several years as president J i ..

t;circuit court of Levy county; In addition ty the reward of $50 The club has repared a dollar cold storage plant. o\ned by Messrs of the local Central Labor Union. -

Howard and James Lone, offered by Sheriff Bowden for any information dinner to be given kt the auditorium. Leighton Smith & Richardson, who Steele, who Is 37 years old was ,i" r4
ed' with conspiracy to defraud that rfll lead to the arrest Aside from Mr. Bryan, who will deliver were the heaviest losers, a warehouse released from the Danvers Insane 1

I'Calted States of certain borne of the murderer, the negroes of the the principal address, the club containing old'- oss frllght and three Asylum Nov 13, last upon solicitation 'J

,Interests was deferred on aoof city have offend an additional re will have as speakers and guests small buildings awnetf'by th1 Florida of his mother, the Institution . I II'

; Anderson's Illness. ward of $100 ffer the arrest of the many prominent Qpmocrats from all; East Coast Railway Comoa'ny., Total officials believing that be had shown | -'. .I Ij

brutal murderer:] parts of the country. Among theseis loss ${0,000. / almost positive signs of recovery. He 1 ----- I

[ roceedlngsJn the House. The coroner'Jury empaneled by Charles Slater, of Washington, The tjre, which orimated in one never showed any signs of violence I I .' I

ahllgton. Itec. 5.-After a ten Justice Ho well/o Investigate the case D. C. of the sujall tuildin which were while In the asylum. ; :

/ met yesterday(morning at the office occupied byx nunnfcr of Italian .
_1! $esslo the house adjourned .
lentil Konday. During the of the justice The only evidence AT TilE CHURCHES TOMORROW laborers gained grea'headway before The Sh w Last Night.
session mjjjesentaUve M. R.Ho. taken was that of J. A. Butler, a an alarm could be gotten to the Coburn's Greater Minstrels played i! .; I z i

_ ( .), called')he attention of negro physician who stated that the Methodist Ch- II. Dutill. Pastor. central fire station. In fact there to a fine audiera last night at the I I .

.,oaie to the omisJlon of his name girl's death was.due to strangulation. The Sunda school meets at 9:45a. was a delay of half hour from the auditorium. /good portion of this, (

t list of, members voting for The jury adjourned to meet on m. Prof. /. E. Wood, superintendent. time the fire was first discovered before here last year as Bar- j( 1 II
v Williams. Democratic December 12 to continue the Inves- The a'hoot is closing the best the fire department was notified low's Minstrels, and were one of the j I

date for tte speakershlp. and tigation. year of Its storY. let us have a This was the result of the city being very, best attractions put on here last i ieason

t full attendance tomorrow. I practically without a fire alarm The performance last DIbt' : ..
+ .k was to make the
Instructed :
House Currency Bill. Preaching a\ 11:00 a. m., by the :1 system, for the present service is of was fine and the \ entire audience !
on., t, M
Washington Dec. 5.-Chairman pastor. A report of the work of the no use whatever. .emed to thoroughly enjoy It. 1
eataUte Rhlnock (Ky.) And
ti Fowler of the boase committee on church for the ear will be made. The attractibas tilled for the auditorium '"
I JonahXK. Kalanlanaole of mas Entertainment and Santa Claus. .
and currency, today an- This is the final Sunday for this Conference for this s son are all first- .,
l: were swojn In as members banking Dr. Robertson, of the Education
the sub-committee of five year et all the members and lass, and while probably not so many ..
i House. nounced Commission will preach at 11 o'clock
will framVanfl subunit to the the friends of the church be present will be put on as last year, they
spouse ado / d a resolution Into which and you will mlK a great deal If yon
A currency bill. The I at the 11:01 o'clock service. will be of the very bjst. r-
se th message received on main committee fall to hear hiqj. Hear him if you
foUdW Fowler The Junior League will meet at The music was especially good last 7
*y from th* legislature of the sub-commVttee Is as : have to make a.sacrifice to do it. It R
Prince Illinois; Calder- 2:30 p. the Senior League at night, and many lovers of band music :
*. of, OklahonL. The resolution New Jersey Is not known hetber or not he can
i tt follows head. Kansas; .LewII. Georgia and 3:30 p.m.t be with' us at right, but If not toe were especially delighted with the j jmusicians. }
| the last two are At 7:00 i\ m., there will be special "I{ *
;Tae house ac- Glllespie, Texas pastor will preach Everybody wel- 1 '
of/epresentatlves The subcommittee will music-vocal and Instrumental and A special train fro Perry brought :
$d.ges the greeting of the state Democrats. i the come. \ t attend the' play :rfr / :
once-begin. the drafting of a currency the pastor's final appeal to un- up quite a number k .
klaboma at -
as the speak-
saved. and some came over from Lake City .
tO'end her god wishes for her measure. The malejquartette I Mil sing "Con lpbcorJ Church. to see the show. "

-,t'protress- a d greatness." of the Suicide. secration," ind Mrs. D. 0. Henry and Service at tie Episcopal Church .J"'

resolution was received by the Funeral Miss Rie Pprter will sing "Eventide" .Sunday a 11 a. ,ta. Rev A. J. Futch, /t. Emersof '.,
1 with (Gala >snlle Sun.) Sunday school at 10 a. m. \U
applause. wile
fI at the eve 'lng hour. called on tt, Dejocra a little ,
motion of Mr! Payne (NY.), I The funeral of J. C. Jameson, form- The church is heated, and comfortable All are cordially invited to attend.Presbyterian yesterday. iHe/fepo/ls that he '
hU t
1zone at 12.1$ adjourned until erly of Hig, Springs, who took and Everybody will be made t- have his n ,1h\tL OfTh k
Thursday, was
at noon. life \Vild\ood on welcome. \ Church. first service nex jM day His !11'1' i
held at HiglxSoringg Monday. at usual hour in the '
\ Sunday school ire to be Jfttrfratulated on puttl< _
man, who was a
t''Ef1R0.S1lOT SEVEN' This unfortunate RaptKt Church-C. A. Ridley. Pastor afternoon tNo t .his nice new building. y"'; f ash
his own
shoemaker, it is |aid took as pastor will be at ret
.; Bible school. preaching
9:45 a. m '
his throat with a shoe ." She will deliver/ft lbe' ,
I'by CocaW, He Ran Amuck life by cutting 11:00 a, m. -Preaching. White Springs. lanQ.
to as Arkansas Town. knife. It was stated that the tragedy -rSunbeams.: i- each Bight at /clock/son.: deI -
account of d )meos- 3:00: p. week Mtsf istor1esi
caused on omlng 4
Church.At %
usta. Ark.. &ec. 5,-Crazed by was 6:00 p. Meeting of Young'eople's Second Atrvrnt Christian Tlbletudeats l.I't
the wife of the deceased begin siries1 the best miss
troubles, ninlr.e ;
** .WasH negro, ran !Ic Union, 11 a. m. *U1 e,
MuJsayyi e her_ :
recently lift him. ectures by chart anc on earther
iitere ) having illustrated
teeter Shooting seven the 7-00 p. .Preaching.The ; Sunday
of ,earid4Der i1
Deceased was fc Mrs. MeKInstry, of RIchford ,
us, ;two of whom were and Bible school Is showing an In- maps. s j jjj. f.
lt JOG -
church ofhllgh Springs the Her subjec i a. : ,
rh eg o as'finally corrals 3aptlst which *reased Inter each Sunday from Vt. will be peXer. l21. :

d/yard and shot tosseS i good citizen Hl| funeral stanipolm_ and the attendances at '11 o'clock JMir'lJe "The BabylonIan i norntPZ.SuadaT Jftr I\ at 3 '
J. C. Rogers very: : !It: ,
by R'T. Empire.| At 7 p m., her subject
he was conducted Come I -
fighting until gradually wing larger bunk pea. AI.c
eb 1iof.1Ugh Springs 'be edo-t>ersian Em-
will be \
,riddled with bullets, if the tom rto 'a'hd year aboqt the Christ- .

's viims will die., was largely* attended.* + lf .. y.

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n LIt+'L: OAK DAILY ])J-; locn.\T: SATUUDAY DKCEMllKIl 7, 1907. I
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UNCLE Jon DOESN'T IICnHJ \". A heal Wonderland. *++-.. I++4+:4.:+:.+++++U"++ ++ : r 'h-ri i > M 1 i H r- i

J I South Dakota with Its rich silver i
Make in Jacksonville Real
laming the Committees-Getting mines, bonanza farms, wide ranges t Esi
Acquainted With New ConWashlngton.D. I I and strange natural formations is a +

g1 ,''I11t'n. 1'I veritable wonderful.t MounJ + 1 EN DOLLARS STARTS YOU.1E a

C., L-c. 5.-The're City, in the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapt. t

Is excellent authority for stating that :. a wonderful case of healing has lately :t \ HAVE DEC; iED TO PLACE ON SALE a Special Fall Combinatii} ='1

It is not likely that Speaker Cannon :! occurred. Her son seemed neir t W. of In\'e tmt'nl Jacksonville Real Estate that will at once appeal to '
will of the more important death with lung and throat trouble. t ever
announc any
and womanvhu can place as much as $10 a month in a real
1 committees of the House before exhausting coughing spells occurred ; man estate SOT -
i II,: the lattefKrart of next week. every five minutes," writes Mrs. ing; accouet. The coubmation at the low price made is just as sure to brW1=

,I There are more '|han one hundrednew Clapp, "when I began giving Dr.I'... a fifty to one hunJr'-l per cent profit as JacksonvIlle IS sure to grow 1t ;

representatives in the Sixtieth King's New Discovery, the great 4. takes in three of tine most rapidly developing sections of JacksohvilIe: .;

!' Congress, and tote Speaker: finds it a''<. medicine, that sated his life and completely "ct rners" the situation and makes the small Investor absolutely sure of rus' ,

necessary to gqt acquainted with cured him" Guaranteed for t profits. By l btiyirg three lots in the Special Fall combination the investor ,
of tnem. coughs and colds, throat and lung t cm
good many :
save $150 on the present selling prices. The three lots [any choice from :
There are in the neighborhood of n troubles by Barclay & Groover drus- 4 plats. !
dozen applicants for every prospective gists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle 1,3:: in this combination, and their present selling prices follow

and the dev-dw |
committee assignment free. i
Murray Hill Heights, approached by beautiful Highway .
to be exercised by the + \,
care necessary avenue paved, or from St. Johns drive, paved near the
that he be familiar who \jwe nothing till th-y [
Speaker requires They i
new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
with the timber at his command be- die, never giv n t all. $ 200
way, and a sub-division that is all white, and extremely
fore he begins! building the committee -jTZ. >__"-- popular present selling price ......._ -. .h_ .. ... -
; structures. It Is possible that Notice to Our ('u..htl11t'rs. Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and
rules and on mll -
the committees on will ba We are pleased to announce thatFoley's Kings road, in front of the Edward Waters College site

I age.appointed and two early or three next others week, thoughit Honey and Tar for coughs, +i and adjacent to.more new cottages than any other section $3 5 0
is affected "
is understood the Speaker will not colds and lung troubles not of Jacksonville, present selling price....... ..... ,
by the National Pure Food andDrus :t
rush the formation of these or of East Grand Park approached by beautiful Kings road, a
law as it contains no opiates
those of e\enthe least importance. mignificent suburb, high-class clean, strictly white and $ 1 5
or other harmful drugs, and we recommend + 0
;. The exception in the case of the it as a safe remedy for 1 rapidly developing, present selling price.....- ---.. ..
Committee on Banking and Currencywas
children and adults. Suwannee
made in deference to financial +
.>rug Co. dec-dw- : $700
conditions. + TOTAL -

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,+-HH++++-io*+J.+HHo+ :o.t+:.++-t..40.-:...+++i'+t'+': :-:*****.* I We will sell these combinations -
limited number and $ 5 5The 0 I
t T'VriteFor Catalogue .. i until otherwise advised for -

'1' GUT-GIVING: 0001)5. I
4. OF CMRI5TMAS- .MAKLTICS AM --.. '" 1.t. present falling price of these lo*.? make a total of >7tHthe T; lc' b",,
.. l ; + >-y combii ationM at Thl'I IJ : (IL1!"! 'L' '- low rate of- 'v<,')''*P. (! ,:. 11'1 t't' ...c-. : ;:; ,--' l' uf$10
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i A f YOU WILL BE SURPRISED HOW MODEESATE ?. i 1 cash and $10 a montn v.'ith7"ut; i:;Ure t or taxes.

+ PRICES ARE ,I itI Only a limit* d number 01; the-c eomi>irutio.s will bo sold. Th rt.fore. ACT QUICK.

+ - --- --- -- -, I Ii Leave the sdtction to us and \\e will give yen absolutely: the best choice unsol!1.! guaran

I teeing you at least one corner out of the three lots. We' issue a straight eoniract lor deed
rIiamonds Watt-he-:, Clocks. :;
f. > 1 Our titles are absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry.
Cut GUs. Hamlpamtod J i
11 ings, Searfpns;
1 t _. I I China: Silverware of all !''ktmS.: Teast-w, 2r" 1T :i PLACE SAVINGS IN JACKSONVILLE DIRT.

:; ireat3 trays, t'ncia..t, nlllto, i 01 boa, + I Jacksonville the gateway to Florida, is tne most rapidly growing city in ail tilt: south,
+ ; i Spoon. Case Clips. Chih ('ups, tla.ks, I ..., perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six years ago, it i3 today a city of tier fifty
4, e. Curksere\\'s. l) anten. Match luxes, ;.1( '(: thousand people and growing at a rate th-t is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan!: city-

fP\ Thimhles and I.enci! ::= 'i, i: made up of a fine citizenry from all section Jo the world. It is one of the cleanest healthiest -

No. 3783, Price $683.00. +v ccost beautiful cities of its size in At.. rica. It is a city of magnificent homes,
+ I .: churches schools. It is a citd with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach every

$\GnEENLEAF & CROSBY Jacksonvillc.FIa | ,; a|. port of the world. Great trunk railway lines connect the four corners of the United.

V tA/eltrs., GOlctlS111hhs iiicl S5llMmIiliB yl(11. : States. It is a city of unprecedented opportunities for safe, sound, profitable real! estate

+4- SATRFAt \.I1AI\\ILEU: I ,'I \IU.1HEILARS.' *we. ':l\%': investments. It has never hail a boom. It wants none. The rapidly increay.'v values "

.+:ooH-++.>>t++.: :'+++-t..1-.I+Z...+i<+.Mo- .aa.: ..rioio A+++!+:"d+I o a..$'ol'tY'"a+!f 'i : follow natural causes. The city i is growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming the !1
I t _ centers of business and residential activities. Real estate values in the city alone increased
0 : over a million last year the suburbs increased in a greater proportion..


'! ...... ThTIe Table No. 20 II: The Jacksonville Development Co., has a capital stock of $00.000 and assets of 800,000. I

Taking Effect Sl"NDAY. JUNE 3(). at 12:01 A. M.. 1907. Ita officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the South.

SUPERSEDES ALL SCH.EDULES OF PILkWIOUS DATE 1 As to our reliability and financial stnading, ask the banks.JACKSONVILLE.
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/ l\lily -1---M&J and \ ;,TA rlu ". I F>i\'t' D:4uy F"' :ax4a.daY. "I '!.; are interested in real estate and desire to place your surplus savings in the safest and

Except. :Daily..a.' Dally mt U! 1 1; most profitable security on earth, tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE.

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Ut'h\t'\n Mayo and .\tton.I .

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Train. ich Juleil to connect w ith Seaboard Air west bound and Atlantic Coast Lin. northbound James Donahue. New Britain
at Live Oak For information regarding rate schedules and correction apply to Real 1 Estate For Sale
T. P. ALSTON.Superintendent. V. P. We -AKD. G. F..It P. A. Conn., write "I tried several kidney"

remedies and was treated by our best

physicians for diab te$, but did not

improve until 1 took V'*y's Kidney '
Curt. After the second bottle I sho.\- One" hundred acres joining town on Columbus roal.
ed improvement and five bottles One hundree and twentg on Rock road adjoining cemerery ground

cured" me completely. f have since: Forty acres one mile north of Court House on Rock rt) .d.

passed a rigid examination for life One hundred and sixty rues, one mile from Court House:

insurance. Foley's Kidney Cure Four choice residence lots on Duval street.

cures backache and all forms of One choice residence lot on Georgia avenue.
OR L1 PURPOSES kidney and bladder trouble. Suwannee 113 acres on upper Spring road, three miles from Live Oak .j
Time will be given on purchases.J. .
:o i iR Drug Co. dec-dw

The most trouble
man HhoXajrtbe
Gasoline EnginesWill
forgetting an injory has as much
in rememberin It dness. ''' ' '
furnish power at a trifling cost for
f\ery purlxee. No engineer; required. ILtery
farmer can utilize The "Charter" in a dofitwajs. /That's It! NEW MARKET AND GROCERY
We hate ttK"11in any borne power. i
i. We are the largest dealers in Florida, and Cough yourself: into a fit of spasms ,
can i pplv lour wants at a saving to )'(.u. and then wonder why you don't get
11'al.o sell Marine Engines; Motor Boat I H. B. CREECH Prop.At .
well." If you will only try a bottle of ,
t' Supp ies; Pipes; Fittings etc.
;t W rite for beautiful, illustrated catalog, Ballard's Horehound Syrup your > [ Hingson's Old Stand]
No. cough will be a thing of the past. It I j
; Fresh meats both Western and Florida.
for In- ,
r = is a positive cure b1eS
I FLORIDA GAS ENGINE !! fluenza, Bronchitis and all Pulmonary I, I Fancy and Family Gro:eries. Fruits and Vega

AND SUPPLY CO. diseases One bottle will convince I> A SYECL 1 LT Y .
| you -at jour druggist, ir5c 50c and
:., TAMPA. FLA .1,00 Sold by Suwannee Drug Terms Cash.

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Nothing like it ever attempted in )Live Oak. The most sensational bargains ever offered at this }

: ; season of the year. Instead of waiting until January to have our Clearance sale we have de-

cided. to reduce the stock NO\\'. "' ;
: fur regular customers well know that our merchandise 1 is all high class. We handle ,
no cheap shoddy goods and never let old stock accumulate. .

Our entire stocl( including Holiday I

Goods, Ready-to=Wear 9 Shoes, Dry ti

Goods, Notions, Etc. will be on sale.1 I i

The object of this 9-Cent Sale is to sell goods worth from JOc to 20c, and some broken lots worth more, at 9c; mer-
chandise worth from 25c up to 40c to be sold at 19c, and so on.Ve have not space to quote many prices. .

Extra Salespeople to Meet the Rush. Watch the Show Windows.A ,



40-inch Unbleached Domestic worth 12 H cents . . . . . . . .Dc Dress Goods, worth up to 50c yard . . . .. ... . . . . . . . 20c f .
! 36 fnch worth lOc and 12 He . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oc.Oc 10Sheeting, worth Sac yard . .. . . .... .. .. . .. . .. . .. 29c
Outings- Bleaching th lOc\and 12Hc . . . . . . .... .. ........ .. . ."* Boys' Pants, "" orthupto60c. . ... .. ..... . . . . . ...... .. 2bc ,
10 . . . . . ... . .... ....... Oc Fancy Work and Sofa worth up 5c . . . . . .... . . .2J>c
Ginghams Ladies' Collars'or th and co.Belts, worth up to 35c . . . . . . .. . . .Dc Boys' Caps, worth up 50c . . . . .. ... ..... . . . ... . . . 29c
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Three skeins pure lustera I5c . . . . . . a I.
13cLadles' . . . . . . .Oc .
. Three dozen Pearl Buttons worth and 15c: . . . . . .DeLadies' _._.
and Children's Stockings worth and 12He lOc . . . . . . . . . .Oc II I rl
:i Handkerchiefs worth 12He Comforts worth 11.25, at .......... ................... . .. 99c .
Comforts worth 11.75 at .. . .. ...... . . . ..... . 1.29 ..
A PARTIAL LIST OF GOODS TO BE SOLD AT 19c Blankets, worth $1.00 at ...::.:.:. ...*.. . . . . . . . . . OOc ..
. . . . . . . ." ." " " ,19c Blanket, worth $1.25 at .. ....... ..... ., . . . . ... . ., 8 9c
Silk Ginghams worth 30e .!. . ""' . . . . .. .. .." tOe Ladies' Skirt*, up to $5.00 at....... .. . . ? . . . . .. . ?$2.l
Dress Goods worth 25c to 40c worth y-U5c;\tJ. Sac . ........ . .lOc Ladies' Coats, up to $7.50. at. .... .. ... . . . . . .. . .. . . .s1.S.19
Ladies' and Children's Underwear.. . . . . . .. . . lOc Ladies' Suits up to 20.00 at ... . ... ... .. .. ..... . . .$HJi
Hand Bags worth 2 S eo. .'23c* V 35c . . .". .". .". .19c Shoes up to $%.00, at .. . . . ... ., ... . .. ... .. ., . .. .$1.40
Ladles' and Children's Stockings worth R 2.rth 5c to. Sac Jo. . . .. . . . . .lUc Shoes, up to $...00, a. .-. . . .. . ... . . . . .. .. . . . .$2.29REMEMBER
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Sale Prices Will Be For Cash Only.

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, : I LIVE SOME rittbs OPINIONS. ence with the waof t doing things in $-$-$-$-$ $ $-$-$-$--$--'-' '11
The announc ent of Mr. Farris the complica'edtneetings of congress x

.:, ""i i Published every Afternoon of Jacksonvlllfl; as a candidate for and Is, therefore, better equippedthan

';, : Except Sunday. Congress In to lIon. Fran ever bIt ore to be of signal ser- Confidence :
! I' ',i Clark has bought out some decided vice in securing for his d'strct and

: G ,Ii I CHAS. W. IRVIN. Editor and )1' 'r. press opinlops In widely separated the state at large the many things

they stand In need of. He is, moreover I
th State and they are all
Entered at the rostofflce. Lire Oak. parts of
faml1i with existing laws T Begets enthusiasm, which accounts forT
Florida.. as Second Class Mall Matter pretty mucmof\ a kind. The Lake ax, governing -'
November 7. 1905. City Index dtslnisses it in this sum- the nat,\. and will perform the ardor with which we are pushing

\ Intelligent servlc\ .In aligning him-
'Ir' j THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. mary"Farris for Congress"'-! It la to self with those yho would better The First National

smile." \ general condition* by amending those f BaitEvery
The Gainesville Sun puts it this laws or adding ta ,their number. Mr
mailed to any part of the United Clark, then should be returned to
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1, States pastage prepaid for $5.00per way one safeguard is thrown around National Bank
+ the Hon Farris will congress not a because of his I
?ii year; $2.50 for six months; loyL.Frank Clark oppose in great popularity. but because he i.-; They are frequently inspected by agents of theCot J
1.25 for three moaths. or 50 cents Congressma
p |
troller of and
Currency called
for five weeks, in advance. Delivered the primaries OJ/1908. Farris is a pre-eminently Qualified to do better 3. are on to mab

is to any part of the city by fighter but If/--e' are not mistaken service than abv other man in his T sworn statements to him five times each year henee j .

., carrier for 10 cents per week. he will regret the day be listened to district. We fell very confident that they are under the direct supervision of the National -

--- - a handful or malcontents and con- the people of second district will T Government, and its the strongest on earth i

I !) Just because one.Japanese minister sented to e;ter the) race against hold the same thy w with overwhelmIngly T

has been succeed by another one Frank Clar ." > ] They will never Safest Banking,

J at Washington/ \ere is a revival of And from the far west the Pensa- consent to lose as their representative T Best Methods,

,r the absurd talk abqut war between cola Journal, impartial temperateand a man who has given such strong; for Up-to-date Service
this country pod JapaV, thou tful sajs. : )0. |I I evidence of conspicuous capacity. I Liberal Treatment. 1
sterling Integrity and intrepidity in
"Jacksonville has still another :
If J. N. C\Stockt0n runs as well candidate the person of Ion L. Li battling for the right as Frank Clark. Conservative Methods.

with the peopt\al/the primaries as Farris, representative from Duval Any effort to destroy his prestige will 4. Always use the National Banks. They
;t he does with thi press in all partsof meet with certain failure"Those
in theOast who
county legislature
.... .2. pered in greater numbers than all other
the State, h t be the next Governor will Frank
oppose Representative J
of Floria. The re seems to be peop2a.wfv" > look to Congressfor stitutions.
Clark for the latte seat in congrEss.; "
a general recognition of his marked Mr. Farris Is a b ght, ,.oun man immediate edlal legislation to. T j Watch us grow, our profits are now Jas J Jt

\ fitness for the office. with pronounced co \"ICtlOI\i and the cure th" ..diStetnper of the times will our capital was at our beginning.

courage to voice th n. lie Is, however i look in v D That isn't the function t j
We are listening eagerly, for the tackling a st ong man when ;| of Congreki, apd while that body
i preliminary yet f the llon. Benjamin FIRST NATIONAL BANK
he goes up agalns Representative 1 will, aftot careful deliberation, probably I
R Tillman. noV tit the Senate is I Clark, and while s candidacy may legislate some elasticity into ,
, in cession, and wee braced for the i our currency sjsternMt can't legislate
serve to make hln acquainted with I
shock. Let 'er ao.Vlenjamin' The the voters of the d strict and thus be I mone y,4nto our pocSets nor otherwise t Live Oak, Florida.

1 newspapers dec/y jo\ but the country of value for sum future contest, his ,,! rettofro'us; to In vidual or general k
1f. wants to Jtear \i jou You Aloug this line Collier -
hardly likely t at it will at this I jirojjjerity "
f. are the in the senatorial stew, / ----S---S-S- -$-
say :
time cause Mr. C rk any uneasi- says
and without it would be insipid .*
you eII6.! X need curve /Y legislation for

I s From the otbe end of the Stat. permanent '.. vent but not for VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANO PLEASURE

It Is very evident jjiat Congress is the Tampa Trlb ne which never immedme tZeet, /As Mr Morawetz
not sufficiently impressed with the sal: Th4 carey be comparedwith :
leaves anyone In l ubt as to Its DOWLING
financial ernvgen y to give the opinions on living ate Issues, has tSa of a mat who has delirium

country any r\rfd legislation to cure this to sa> : tremens from drmking too much
i 'TM DOt\ ::>ca THC: SI'"AWE f:VJ-r
the trouble Ins a hard nut to wn..key. may desirable to give
: Frank Clark, representing Floridain .It
Ji crack and th4taVsmen In Washing the national housf of representatives tbe I gent an immi\diate dose of ad- Mineral Springs Hot l and

t ton are going to t\ke their time in from the second congressional dltional\hisk incomplete >rder to preveut
the cracking \\e a\e not likely to collapse, ut it would be .
district: has been fne of the most ; > WATER If. tVERY: ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH
get any financial legislation until next able, conscientious, Aggressive and effective poor icy.lo furnl h the patient the PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS.,

year \ men ever s\}nt from the State i means o( obtaining dditional whisky RATES REASONABLE EGULF SCOOECTIONETLIYEo
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to serve it in the halls of Congress. ]I aka regular diet fot the future. The
Peace to the soul of good old Uncle I thine ,ire seeint now are retribution -
i t1'e are, therefore,! more than as-
Isaac Grant\ Grova'llill I PORK HOTEL DOWLING PflRK. FLORIDfl
of Alabama,
tinished to learn that Ion L. Farris for our speculations Credits ADDRESS
the oldest editor iy that State who dangerously --- ----- -
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was born in 11.1 and who died the essence of a sound plan is
; has entered the lifts in opposition ] prevention
Thursdaj Iled been publishing of unsafe expansion This is PARTY -TlOKETSi
and has given notice that he will !
his little weekly Clt> rk County Demo- make vigorous fight to win the 01fite the time for Congress to act, and to 1
crat for half centur or thereabout, act for safety." b
lie will, fn The Tribnn ,
and was on/of those>feimple, kindly 4+- Live Oak to Do ling Park on sale daily
opinion, have tog possess more than
old-time country editor of whom so EvPLtinpd. ++ at rate of 50 cents round trip with f+
human power to defeat one who has I ,.f:
few are leu, more's the pity. awakened the admiration and affection \es.." said th society girl, haughtily A++++++ Minimum of ten fares Call on ,1f

of his wI\ole constituency, In 1, she's got a\ake all right" ++ tiket Agent Phone 152 for
Marion county must face the music Affi \ ,
fact of the entire State. As a mat- I "\\hv didn't WjWt one7"Oh further information.i .11
and go through the ordeal of a "wet ,
ter of fact, Mr Clark should have no':' I never attended a remnant
or dr)" elect'un. The Ocala Star
opposition to a re-election. lie has sale in my lire," Philadelphia
tells about it as follows: ,
familiarized himself by past experi- Ledger JUST ARRIVED :
"The agon is beer and the coun-

ty ..tommlss ers aftat hearing all 420'i
i- WiiiW> $>q iW"i> &->>W- *"
sides of the qutsHon'jhe withdrawalnames 2 Cars Flour
co e stricken E SELL NOTHING eXCEPT ,
from the hH,.,Jhis morning met and
Health aud Accident Insurance. 1 Car Meal and Grits
named January 21stf 190S. as the l!
AnnuaL Semiual, Quarterly or Monthly Premiums
date m
on which the voters of Marion

., t county should decide whether the PITTS & McEWEiyC! aeral Agents, LIVE OAK, fLA. i 1 Car Carckers and Candy. LI

'"", saloons should close or continue business P. S.-We needcl' few more goooX:Ag ents in North Florida. tfWound
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St Augustine suffered a thirty
-1 ples Bananas Oranges Grapes
thousand dollar loss by fire Wednesday ,

i night, Which: the Record says, and Candies.

: might have ben prevented if the city 9l1en/ ,
I: had been equipved with an adequate Remember the Tampa Club

I .fire alarm systenA locomotive happened -
1, to be fired" up and the vigot- 2/ouny Women/ I They are the best. Its whistle was the onlv
Pay us Clearing House
means relied orU bring out the fire
department. '\Iere in Live Oak ware "A Good Beginning: Is Half the Battle" I r

tion,in and" lie there same is no unfortunate telling how condi-soon so begin jour business education by entering the well I Live Oak Brokerage & CO (0

we may be calved on to pay an equalor known and.popular ,

even heavier price for our neglectto .* OLD A._ C. L. FREIGHT DEPOT .:*
provide a suitable fire alarm. I
I \isitinffMerchant3areCorJuiy nut..d to T11,1; ",r tf:ce
jA jAI'
Here we rely on a fusillade of fir>-
.c/fit& JtilcJ;; quarters while in the cit>_

arms to arouse the fire-fighters andit lJf) - - -- -- :
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device so primitive and inadequate, L7 -.. .--ro-: ..,......... ....-.L.' IIiZII tm
to say nothing of its danger to life -.J II I '

We have three distinct departments The Crescent '

A. B. Codrington formerly of New .
\orkVit), and just from Portales, BOOKKEEPING and BANKING, .p4f

New Arfcdco. where lf published the HORTHAND and TYPEWRITING Where you can get your

Herald. has purchasod one half of the TELEGRAPHY and FILLED Correctly, and at Reasonable:_Ra t
stock of t\e St Petersburg Times less I

one share.Vind assumed his place ou presided I Itm ikesnndiffen i't..sfii
over by and
competent experienced instructors

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i mehonp :
the busint's. sts of the Times this
whose years of success as teachers, guaranteeto hid sell
,/ morning. M\ 'odrington is a brother -' good instruction.. bLtnkyonrdoe. ..
you : : : : : : : 'a;
of the p/ Isher of the DeLand tor\\ ritesOIIr ",. Ii: ;

News, and y' n\ new to the State. t pre"criptionon I v a (
I Scholarships: $40 $50 $75 $90Write weeanfillthent (IIII' 0 f
He propos to n, ke improvements i i ; E n d r
in the Tiiyts plant, nwking it modern 'nrrt'ftI.r. :: :: 'IItIo(. i
in every/llarticular, a\l in bringingthe today for Catalogue. Address all inquiries to nrin? 11"1 i your r't.V your
i'rew'rip1ion'I .. 111'tl1IJI
ne paper up to the highest ;i tu fill. /
stand /d. The Inde-pendeDt extends L. M. HATTON, OR G. S. STEPHENS, lPrompt ,. r'ReIl,1e
an I
the h/nd of good fellowship to Mr PRESIDENT PRINCIPAL Atte:,'I 'p. 1 a pR l' .. Atfl

Cod gton and wishes him. well in me l' -'
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; .his Association with Mr. traub. There f. k 2a

;. 10 -t Is nothing like up-to-date newspapers Live Oak"r __*> Florida. PHONE 220. PHONE

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hHK r :'g the last fifteen years has paid t:Pplicy holders nearly 700000.00, and has paid out during 1907 $100,000 for losses. : :\ /

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J.nIL>Jlu\t, oJTBranford' is In the G. F. Gamble, f'Luraville. is here|1 ==-,- I 1:1

fIRSONEi[ city VodajMradKng.Mrs.... --. I, today trading. '. i\ for Sale HAVE, >OUNOTICtD ::1

FlemmHvg.V* of O'Brien. Is In'I David Adams,,. f Luraville, is here,' I THE
the city, shopping today. on business, I
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THEY GO.t We offer
COME 1 J at a bargain, S.L1NITOLAD'fRTlSING

Hear Dr. Robertson at the Baptist D. W. Philip, of Branford, spent six room cottage with
and Suwannee Church Sunday,m'ining.Don't last in
uve Oak night ? city.
of modern conveniences, on v
onty Gathered bj the LALHCS l I101 1CJOURNALW(1.'Ll'S .:
& Reporter. fall 'to'see our big "ad" In S. C.: Carter fapte up from Mayo south Ohio avenue. Most I ; I IIO.1t COMPANION

Dally paper next Monday. It yesterday on bu.ess. desirable residence sectionof

f4 Oats) and Peanuts at J. B. J. {{. Rime o\ Orlando, was a T. D. Felton-/o pay, Fla.. was in the city. If you are rOLlItIr, UCLINCATOU &C.

(1- 6-U guest of the Ejoel yesterday. the city trading yer dar. contemplating purchasing !

: 'e45: 1 oaf I a home in Live Oak come 10 StKITOL PRODUCTS $1.09
4i f t;f. CQTbett'Q( Pine Grove, 8pentLtodsi M. D. W'llsoL Springs Is, Hessing, of Luraville. came office and let ,
la th/ejty.:, registered at .th \Ethel today. morning on business. up to our -_ a
I us show this place. j
t* you Fill in one of the coupons from
y >jCen'i Tan Shoes Just received at A. E. Thompkr |i of Peacock, was Alton Pearce"qt Apalachicola was ...- above Journals with our name as
R $ 1. WhIte's. 4-5t' in the city on busjna yesterday.J. a visitor in the cl\y yesterday.We Druggist, mail it to the SANITOL
i LABORATORY with One Dollar
< mlW OOJtewin \ : They will send you an order on
I )f. E. Chancy w'| here from Pea- J. Brannon w' 'j among the Lnraville are ;t( "tearn that little mw : us for the ten,products. (Retail

r >oek yesterday aftfr oon. people In tpw\ yesterday. Clarrie Newman is iUlVvVery sick. [ value $..0.)
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i Cut ,loaf and powdered sugar at I C. R. Jordan;.....of Dowling Park, Mist Rata\ Li lfon. of Wellborn, is Building, Room 3. I II I

t / B. Brans. 6-
;,. $ Kit Goff, of 4I caster, was in the The Union Pressing Club, neat ,\ / ..- .I ____ ____ __ ._ If. iJ

( G. 1*. LOWe, from northeast of Lake Mr. In 'kburu.s.
"ettj: trading yesterday. work on short notice. Phone 222 ltf at (
camefia'this do I Drug Company'l I
f -- [town morning to Thursday nighyfhe oung men of i

I F See the live Teddy Bear at II. Foster otij'the Grove, was 3 I some trading tit the city gave ay oyster bake at the

KVolIe'a. 6-10t business tithe city yesterday. residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. 1. '
t visitor :; : ':;":::: [::J 11'::; Ii! !::--n-u
t -- y A. Y. !lamp } of Hampton Blackburn. QJiite a number of th' :; .
t. Mrs. W. L. T&yj r returned home Mrs. Stewart ,a' per was among Springs, was amoaa. the visitors in younger societt set of the city wer.-i i - - - -- -
1 mornlngx V \nd !! 1 +++++++*+++++.i!+++++n it* F
. yesterday the out of town y vmjors here jester- town yesterday. / in attendance, a delightful evening I' ,
day. / \ ; was enjoyed\v all. Oysters were ,;, i

|- Select your presents before the 'I. The whole cityNylll want to bear plentifully Provid d and around a''i iI'' J.D.RADFORDIJEWELRY

J rush. Wolfe's. 6-10t J. F. McLeoJ lW master at Lura- the music at the;M\thodirt Church large fire in the 'ard, the guests j :.( i i.b i.t i.

v- rifle, was in the cjy-a'business yes tomorrow night. baked oysters ani bad all the mem-
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r[' Willie AlUs :J\ of Rixford. was terday. ment and fun tjfat an old fashioned > :t STORE, b
here et erday. has clam bake coul/ afford i
!' IhoPPlnt Florida Boofcand News I
.,\>s Sanford Pant was up from Lura- just received $$125.00 worth of Report has A that :Marvin Butler 'i is the place to buy
Cttf taas goods on display at attending to business and Mr. Grin haw carried off some '
)yesterday Lowney's fancy box Xmas eaady. t wedding and
i,.olfe's. v74 6-10t matters.'J prizes for ch.lnpion oyster eaters. : your
'_ Mr. and Mrs noliday presents. A
' $ .. Those present were:
D:, Is >Byrd renuped from Jack- :fir and SlrsVi .White of Pine Don't toT faacy H&e ot Will Lyle, Mb. Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. : new and beautiful :=

rtI1e yesterday morning.IIP . Grove were in towVlhopping. yesterday candies, from 60.teas to $15 per Will Tedder. Vlfv and Mrs. J. H. I i line of gift-giving .. ot
'and News Co. .
rif r r box, at Florida j3ook Bras well. Mr. lind )1..- C,1o;. Baker goods are now being -

J. .D. Thomp\ s was among the .. Mr. and MrjJ| Grimshaw, Misses l opened. Everything
Jesferday Col. L. E. RoHerson has returned Grubb, Taylor, 1 wane. Thompson. Hall .1
|tflsitors\ In the city How many pindars in a twoquartJar I suitable for a
from here he was suc- Bout Porter, Hildreth. :t
Guess and get a Teddy bear I Tallahassee Bowden. are i handsome
i .. '. Lowe ol Sirwannee Station, free at Wolfe's. 6-10t cessful in a cast before the supreme Irvin and MOl e; Messrs. Currie. t present.
ere tradlng\resterday. I court.J. Butler Tedder) Frank Blackburn. t Prices are reasona-

;, .' ---, -r-- We now have OK display the nicest(! Fred Blackbufli. Harry Blackburn I' :.. ble, and quality is I

WANTED-Two young ladies to line of Xmas good*if>ever in Live Oak. M. Hall, of O'frien>o, ex-conamis- Wingert Grub Lelsz, Dr. Price, A. / i guaranteed. Please
office. It stoner of our county'and oes time a Lewin J. C. .yle Will Hair Will favor of
id papers at Democrat Florida Book ant News Co. I islatur/from + do me the t
i member tittheI, i this Morgan Will )owling and C. N. :
getting pricesbefore i
made the Democrat a pleasant : my
Mr. and Mrs. )..W. _Skeen came In W. O. Ro\ ofJTancaster. was county Hildreth. Jr. ; make
And tfoved his sub you
call today, excellen orchestra furnished
from north of t wn yesterday. attending to busifcais matters I i
scription up. music for the occasion, and the en- i orer.
yesterday ,
T. Santa c Peacock tire affair was aiost successfully carried :

yesterdaTo\business. miles Miss Walker, who has been employed out. Tbe I hospitable home if ,i -'0'I -
J. vine a
r r \ Bats as stenographey'for Col. L. E, Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn is often i
x south of town. VaJ o. the streets I
: ot.. for several months, resigned thrown to ibe people of
Geo. Fletcher p'Drlen, was in Roberson open young
,l', the city on business rasterday. shaking hands. with. friends yester- the other
I day. home in Whit{ prnwis. The vacaocj they are alwaysborougbly enjoyedby I'' ,
Max H tc!* sdn of the White Joel Tucke\Chas.' II. Brown Will will be filled'V Miss Susie Kennedy, every one fortunate enough to be I I Hffilafl

School Hdusd'' settlement, was here Turbeville and "K/v. C. A. Ridley returned a guest. 1 1I OAK, PLA. .

trading restetd / to the qty: last night after a J. B| Girard.: who has been employ i -

days hut near X .\lpln.I ed as watchmaker by J. D. Hadfo.c Obituary. +llt..lltlllltl+ 11+ +41111
two I
The Ge&. Wolfe was, \ sis months, has resignec:I
store Qf Mr. for the past \ Eunice infant son of Mr. and Mrs. ---------- ---- ------ '
closed yesterdav on account of the double-barrel, his position at Ibis place and wit: Iii.I I
I have a. 12-gauge. i : J. A. Harrell. was born January
death of his mothtnln-law/" Mrs. I hamer shot gia, j tn best of fix; wantto leave today fot ala., where he wit ltt1, and died NWmber 25.' 1907. Beautiful Line.
Sewell W. Parnell. '\o *lllbe burled exchange fo/i Smith & Wesson ('ontlnue'or 1ng aohic trade. Mr This little child was permitted to remain -I r

r 'at Beulah Ch Ali tomorrow r hammerless jrevol'r.. For further Radford staled that he will have another in the home of Its.. parents just I New hand-painted China suitable
esfraver for wedding and Christmas -
and in :
morning. office. watchmaker I
at Democrat to entwitte
; particulars ipply long enough itself abou'i i
: few days. I the hflarts of 1 U loved bne&46nd then ts. .. . {
I Skirts, chilnden's ooats, fiats, rk
+ .++.1111111 HI ipleeiring went away to 1< witty t J God who
1I1I" + dress goods and )laces a specialty.Standard
Mr. L. B. Caraway, living eight gave it, where It W'I Ittheir com fasbion't'sheets

i ; milts west of town on the W. D. ing. Re\ J. A* FutchjTeld the burial giren away patterns each month: *

HouseCERTIFICATES Mercer place called on the Democrat services h..t..fts littlT body was laid Ladies' and children's under- s

,0c I today. and left with the editor two I quietly to rest at QlRrien. Weep no* 1 wiar. Xeline corsets.

j wry fine specimens of the wet dear parents. Yotrr baby is not dead,
0ct J potatoes he has raised this year. They but liveth evermore. A FRIEND.Ilcttrit I
: I I the ; variety afcd are very I .
are yam ---- - -- -- -- -
tine, one weighing five end one-fourth I
-p\l pounds and tbe otbfr three and one Dirt Notice.
NEWgaO.We [ ,
i bait pourvUa, Thaf were raised oa I On the first of December, the Live Fi.BOOK -

; to our friends, cus- i old land and show what can be done Oak Manufacturing Company will U> I! .
'e wish to announce
: with the soil hire, with the proper compelled to put meters on tbe residences -:

: \ tomcisand to thf public in general, that we 1 efforts. Mr. Caraway has also gathered -I because of the: fact that *Io <

; or from seven acres in hU cottonfield I many residences are leaving their! I Ii

,i.. wffcbe glad to accent I: SS2 pouadt of long staple lint i lights on all night and there will not I I now have on display rl5

: liVE[ r OAK CLEAINl( ME ASSOCIATIONCERTIFICATES ,: I I This is good farming. be sufficient lights required current by for the the new additional hotel : the finest line 9f XMAS

*3 i t tf : j i stewards of the Methodist and other new buildings i goods ever in L\ve Oak. e

: iChurch;: met last night for thei&tealt Presents for oty l and
i. business meeting of the yw. A W. A. AraoM. ylf Houston. Txaj, !' ,
1; 1 > fefcir value purchases of any : t aDd; young, rich and poor, 1
full fjce on j good attendance was present was in the city esterday I
settlement of any i iaccount.n : notwithstanding unfavorabk financial -f- %" and our prices are r ght.I .
goods at oii/tore. and in I I
,. ; receive : conditions they expect t, pay oat in I J. C. Skeen, froft a few mites east .
s f fact, we are anxious! to i: | full all the Different "aims on the I of tomn. ig on tile streets toda I =-= =- \

i'hurch. In fac the vial report froto I Don'l fail to sec our asv
f them.
I wiVyfls believed will
this church I Christina asp *nd poultry are a Big "Ad." Monday. : -t-
jPfc station in i gyp.
any '
boar comparison
little scarce an$ tbe price are good. -=::.:=-.:--=--
I Hardware Company j t the nounced Florida at tb4 co meeting erenPs. It at was I i .

S. Baisden! could entertar Monday A good ma "fanner are in town hay FLORIDA 000K K & NEWS CQ.C. .
a evening in honor of the Board of today .and though! few of them .
j jff ., .'.,, ,, co'ton ofcon.M'jiien' *-. Mi--\
FLORIDA. -. '. !; r.n.en. > ant: j
wards <
i ,,- i 'V r wivthe -- .,' : '11 1.1., nlo, l bt:. rf.. ..11'.1' hQI'-
; .for the putot eco and.: s fancy" .r and tv.e cho.- & ;" '1 :..'" ", i" a ;. ... d..1.' !,:lli: Manager and .Owner. .e\t

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I oJ' \I 1tiJA'ft'u's ,I GOXJJffO DEULI.V. She I'f"dts11 Records.*** ORD1X1XCB:-

T1 rite tonic is White's Cream Ver- Queerjstown, Dec,6.-The Canard An ordinance 1m '""< '

use, the cure for worms and Tuft and I'arty|Left St. Petersburg at Liner Mauretanla. passed Daunt'a on physicians for falIbi

! J children's disease It not only .1.1LIVP' XUtll\ ('enlay. 'I Rocks atSt9 / m. today establishing the Mayor of the Cltr .

.._ the words, but removes the ..... St. Petersba p. D<<. 5.-William' a new eattbound transAtlantic certain infection or 0' s

(cod and f!.n e in which they build their H. Taft the American secretary of I record. 'Ue- time for the voyage eases coming witkla '\It
sow.Kfon. nest;. Its action on the child is war and the m tubers of his party tram Sandy {look, 4 days, 22 hours within said City .; 1C
i: very .
.. Sic at!I mild and leaves him in a Fealthystore. left here at noon\ today for Berlin. and :29 mina es, ncata the best time BE IT ORDAINED. : t

dee-d. roi auitlon. Joe Daniel Sarmac, Tenu, A party of Russia officers and functionaries of her sister ship, the Lusitania. by and City Council of the |
i 13 aye that he gave one of his children and the staff of the Am..rlean 21 minutes. The distance coveredwas Oak, Florida: -" etiNfk"c

-- Whites Cream Vermifuge when the I embassy saw the visitors off at 2S0I7 nautical miles. Section i.-Whoever, ...

Fiat*> I doctor thought it had colic and from the railroad station. The secretary censed or practicing phj JIJJt
Wwas rid-
; a j the Brat dole th@childpasaed.31u taJ asked Cbarj mange Tower the Alabama P'dernlppointm'nts the City of Live Oat .

PZUndml 'I .oru Sold by Suwainee Drugs I American ambafeador at Berlin, to I to report Immediately to? :
How It Is tb'\ } I Washington, D. 0, Dec. 5.-The '
dec-dw omit iofortsal entertainment on of said
any City every
.bard President se- Senate today rasey p
business is theHerewith fi be hit by tlhe ;
account of the atrious illness of his er, small pox, cholera -
the following nominations1 :
,I times! I Many an to career has reword mother at 1l1l1bu1'f'laBtl.. scarlet fever. and
/ t /ancients gate it up. To be United States attorney William 1Car1.'U.t.
in The Russian authorities are relieved comes within -
/ suited from a spoken his practice. "-
/ Nework Sun. i! reason or'tte wise of a friend- that the secretary's visit has of H. Arm1fecb\Southern district city, shall be punished DI ,

Laad pawed off withoutfeny untoward inci not exceeding Five !
: ly Rnndred'Dollars
To be United States marshal Gilbert
Danger In ..hl..inI1'kt" : dent. The secrets police constancy or by Imprlsonnaat"
B. Deans, Southern district oflabama.
When you hate a cough or cold. ; There la nothing better offered the guarded the corridors of the hoUl .\ eeeding ninety (90) day!, .. .Gty,;

do not uk some one what is good pubic today for stomach troubles where the Taft polity, stopped in order such fine and imprisoaaeat MI

for it, as there is danger in taking d speps'a. indigestion, etc, than to prevent heir being molestedby discretion of the Mayor,

some unknown preparation. Foley's RODOL. This Is a scientific prepara- anarchists or'crooks. The Gnat Ilcrt Assembling.\ Sec. -That this ordl:uic, BI

Honey and Tar cures coughs colds, tioa of natural digestants combinedand I New York" -. 5.-tRear Admiral become effective Immedliteij! | -

prevents pneumonia The geo- with vegetable acids and it contains In Luck. Robley D. \ flagship, the Connecticut passage by the CouncU and i

ulne is in a yellow package. Refuse the Mme juices found in every The Oma manvFbo. acted as his sailed frqpew York for by the Mayor. Z LTV
mbstttutes. Suwanaee Drug m- healthy stomach KODOL is guaranteed own attorney rf J obtained damage Hamnton hoards iodav. whence shewill Attest: -

pany dec-dw to %'ve relief It is> pleasant tot.iivt to the amount (w\ cent has the satisfaction lead the baftlesXip fleet to the s. P. MAYS, C. It B

.: ;it \v;" m.'Kvou i feel fine by I of k-,fei,gS&at It will not be Pacific She wa nirecedVl by the bat City Clerk. Pret
.f I ;
,. : Money is the grease paint that ,li.:*: 11:1 g whato.i eat. Sold by Liver necessary to* divide w tb. the lawyer I tleship Rhode /Bland, als\ fresh from I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of tttsj,

:r + makes many a bad: actor look good. !'t. .i k iJrll' t' >. dee-cl -New Yi Tribune. the navy ysA at Brook 'n, where of Live Oak, Florida do herald V..
Ii I __u _____
both vessels/have been thoroughly tify that the foregoing Ordin ce. ,

Public SM\iker lnterni tfdPnbt overhaul /and equipped The Vermont 66, was regularly passed by the

1 Live Oak Perry & Gulf R. 8. Co..l.lf :c speakers are freq ;e tly Interrupted was still at anchor oft Tompkinsville Council on the 6th day of ISovei GIf
{ by people coughiBg. This today taking on ammunition A. D. 1907 and the sameUfc

would not happen if Foley's Honey and supplies by certified to the Mayor for ba! rt

The Mineral Springs Route. and Tar were taken, as it cures y proval.

- coughs and colds and prevents ....- It makes a *;o affa look mighty Witness my hand and the Mai I t

\ W1W'iO --- -- -- - -- - -6A8TDUl'AO, -- umonia and consumption The kindly at a mae If &will tell her be said city this 6th day of JJorasie

I; Sat Class msT CLASS : sCHKWI.Kit : HAST CUll : Zllt ClINt genuine (contains no opiates and is ina is going to entr|fnerSi-ith a secret.lkid4y : A. D. 1S07.
----- -- I S. P. MAYS City Clerk
Prtd ln.I-.t'U\ E yellow package. Suwanaee Drug
Fr tre
..... and Pass PWrW, I*'.w-\j OCT. 27, IttOTTjTf FasrlPaas Pose Page AndsanPa: d Coinr!ny. dec-d. Examined and approved bja
Li Paar )ih.t+d rlf.
this November 6th
J A. D. 1907.
1 Abraham Brown of WiBtertoa, N. J. B. JOHNSON May
\ } M A.M P.M P.M'p.M A."o\.M".IP.Ml'.YP."d, I .Vill'ons of bottles of Foley's Hooey ,
_- -I--I-i | .STATIONS __ _!__ --.-- l.. had a very remarkable experience _
.Ss I.... DatI, :end Tar have been sold without _yperon j
bIi1J ez D \\D ex Sun I i axM.i
D D.bSun he
e. ; "Doctors badlY wfcncc
I' says; got one good goes by
snip I jw
y :w MayLtrcl ., Sun !!ty 2l.! oelr _Sunday I II ever having experienced any
he'| Lve i ve Lv_ Lv,, I: --A- Ar Ar I AP_ Ar71I159 other than beneficial results from its mixed up over me; one said heart just lie low and eKb the next

IS-j t 1 ; ;; i-- ,., i 50 4 ._ disease, two called kidney trouble: --
I I :w o.k use for coughs, colds and lung tron-
(, 5.U Ii 0 2 1 4It'' 4 3 3';
.. StarrM'rc B 1; 35 the fourth blood poison and the
I'i: 6111t13i' t Ks 1571' . -'. .... .4&111 S IY J .O 3t4'i !. liioj. This is because the genuineboey's Rev. Dr Tvrj. of IndlalipoH!
ri e 40, t D I56 4 4u f'I". .. s 3 1;; 3 fifth stomach and liTer trouble; but /
tMlv ; t. t 22 /9 say there will eating I la beaia
,I a SO t Se to 1 t ' .. Lanca-tver . t alit t' 5 to, 3 Co 31I ) Honey and Tar in the jellor none of them helped wife
\ I me; so my Ought to be tin too. Jsonete '
I Sllti :n. contains : other : ase
ckage opiates ,
no or
a 12 u, t tit i lOl J 00 .. Downna Park It x,11 I 03 n i, ti," 2.3 I.10 advised trying Electric Bitters, wbi-h I \ there.
.. .. harmful drug.. Guard your health good cooks caf get -Set,
stsii t st : .fhincet '
PM ,
24150.' 2:5 24 are
restoring me to perfect health.
I fl'2.1 5J! ;i *.. lavo Janet.oaill .... 9.x 10 tall ';';' 43.. Pao ti I :>\ reusing any but the genuine. 3i- York Herald.
I j f:5." I frr. .. .. II" :. cs I' ? I One bottle did me more good than I
till' : ,"" . ..' 'Rnne Drug Co. dec-dw
seo| 'it 2 Ito
i . . ... !< :.! 3If all the five "
rr shy.111I : doctors prescribed. -
P 11
:I' 42s1
I L. 83< lit I
\\ liafsworth
Nt" .. .. .
.i j10
a i w IIt S4 ,
It eslrollearp_...... ; MI Guaranteed to cure blood poison '
o 3)1 I 409)) 4I1'fc 17 .' ,.. .P.rrp. .... ..t .9 to; !. 1211 1 bweeter than ibe perfume of roses weakness and all stomach liver and doing is worth doingw'eil' I!
,1 "lit i 4 15 6. HaoiK'oti Sprtec... 7 4i It 9b I t 00'I I is a reputation foKjl kind, charitable yon wish to be cured of RheamaUta.
kidney complaints, by Barclay ft
i unstiash nature; aSeady disposition use Ballard's Sno" Liniment and vas
ALTON BRANCH.i Groover druggists SOc dec-dw
MAYO AND to do for others any wd turn te oar will be "well cur'd." \ positive can

1 po er for Sprains, Neura'gia: Bruises Contracted
>>.:\1 \.1\1 I'.M ''A.M'P.M P.A1'Lve
I 11 Lie Lu I I Ar Ar Ar 'vplai ed. Muscles and all the ills that

-;51. 00-- --- 5swluneton -- --- it a _4 :>5 __ .:.: lurly to iced "Yes," said thfjfeciety girl, haugh- flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Wuuaau,

241910 "iIt Del 1121 42. 2 tl2 and early to rise make one healthy tHy she's got Muke all right" Na\asota. Texas, writes: "I l*"
4410 IS I! $ 21 Peters 11 U 4 1t 2 1r
H-- 12 5t 10 2i' 'i 3 3i ::':.": ', Mayo :. 11 \Ii 4 hI 2- 'happy and wise-especially if yo'i "Why didn't/OU get one'" used Snow Liniment for sprained

1.1t-----;; .. . !..A.... ..... .. --na: -- i take Herbine before retiring A positive "Oh, I net/ attended a remnant ankle and it gave he best of satlsfit'on >
!: ; ,A.M PM A.M I P.M P.M: P.M A.M'A.M A.M P.\I P.I .\! P.MID cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia sale in m> life," PhiladelphiaLedger. I alwajs ke-.p it In the house"

'\ I e-; Sun :Sn I II ex Sun i; ex\\:fun 1;:o ; n D ex D UI I and all Hoer complaints Mrs. S-, Sold by Suwanner Drug Co. dec4Can Y

I : \\SIl tIU un ,Onlp Only Sun Only;! OnY_ my Onb SIIII SliD I Columbia.. Tenn.. writes_u__:_ "_1 aluina__ _'

1 !Jr7r9\-Sj'101\ i fll12lwl16ITs1Trains : keep a supply of jour Herbine on
hand. Am so pleased with the relief
You Write ?
scheduled to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic It gives in constipation and all litercomplaints a Ghost Story
Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connectionscall ,
that words can't expressm
on any ticket agent.J. .
LEE ENSIGN: President. R. P. HOPKINS Traffic Mana-er. Appreciation Sold by Suwannee No doubt ..
Drug Co. dec-dw you know one you have been tell- \

Jlcreditarj. ing for years. We will give a

Uncle Amqs, how did jour boss I
Subscribefor the Democrat. acquire the titla of colonel" :
r the best Ghost
"Dat goes wlf" de de plantation, Story written by youngor
sah. All his ancestors wus colonels old, male or female. '

..._ befo' him, sun."-Chicago Tribune. The only condition is that each contestant

I I II I send Fifty Cents for a years subscription

A Dangcrou Deadlock, to THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE, a monthly

I ei r. ='= -.' Health is ut that sometimes terminates fatally is publication, published at Live Oak, Florida.

I.. the stoppage of liter and bowel func- The Cyclone is full of ginger and red hot;
More Than t1 tions. To quickly end this condition it has
I r ] a will of its own, and stands on a plat=
WeaWh without disagreeable sensations, Dr. form unique in policy and principle. The
l Klng'sew Life Pills should alwaysbe
(!Jli first number will
esllARyd Use jour remedy. Guaranteed absolutely -

.-'S. WfcI satisfactory in every case or
LINIMENToS money back at Barclay & Groover
: BALLARD'SSNOW KINO Il drug store. 25c. dec-dw Write on one side of paper only; story not

." OF rJLINIMENT '. to exceed 1,000 words; contest will close

The pyramid of knowledge is made
v FEBRUARY J5th 1908.
TNE1 lAND up of little grains qf information, little ,
ALL observations picked up from ever and winner will be announced in the March

>'where. number. Send in your subscription at once.

; you will always haTe good health. What Is more to "m"n ,- Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup THE SOUTHERN CYCLONE,

thin good healthy ll the money in the world can't make l causes a free jet gentle action of the
happiness where health is unknown BalUrd's Snow Liniment 1 bowels through which which the cold Drawer 30 Live Oak Fla.
Rheumatism, Cats, Bums, Sprains Neuralgia.
CURES Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Musics Lamt\ Is forced out of the sjstem Child I

Back sad aU Ibo Ills that Flesh Is Heir to. ren like it. Contains no opiates nor I

One Who Knows. J Co narcotics. Sold by Lhe Oak decdA Drug I Live Oak M'f' Co.

J. O. Scott, Salt Lake City Utah writes; I carnrf i g.
too biddy! praise your Bailard's Snow Liniment {..r great one whose biography -
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden cLanw maxis Manufacturers
is the of difficulties that of
and to the
exposure weather. I also recommend %'<-fir
Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and cliUo. ..t have been pvcrcocft. Lumber
These used together defy all pain. --T- Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights,

GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 25c. SOc 51.00 Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the Power and
r Turpentine.Electric
new Laxative stimulates, but does .

'' Bollard not irritate. It is the beet Laxative. Lights in of furnished for
T\ Snow Liniment Co (1. any part the city
Guaranteed or jour money back. Residence
-tC or Business Houses at a reasonable rate.
) 300-302 North Second Street, Suwannee Drug Co. decdwThe Electric very
power-Day and night current-fcr manufactur

= Populist\party Is willing to Wholesale
out Tom 'Watso at the head of its ", and retail Ice-out of City orders have special -

ticket which is line being named attention, and all orders promptly filled.

Sold and P"" ''''i'rmendcd by calde of a cem ery.- :11-1 We will give you good prices on !low grade ceiling

SnVAXN'EE U \tl'G CO3IPAXY. Leader. flooring.. Com and get our prices, r

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CARDS. 1 STOPPED BY I' CONGRESS. .cate under the provisions of this ordinance '.

"PROFESSIONAL \ : upon conviction by the Mayor HE IS I ERE- DR. L. V. BELL. >

Speaker Cannon Favors Legislationto shall be punished by a fine, not exceeding -

IBROO1E, Cut Out Cotton Gambling. five hundred dollars or Imp J.

Washington( D. C., Dec. 5.-Leg- :tsoned not longer than ninety day.

islation to prohibit cotton gamblingmay or both such fine and imprisonment,

; lL\-EY&COUNSELORATLAW. be passed at ibIs session of con at the discretion of the Mayor.

LIVE OAL : FLORIDA. gress if Speaker Cannon makes Sec. 4.-That this ordinance shall
.. is all the courts of the State Spee- good Ms promises to B. Cameron of take effect immediately upon its passage -

pun to business Conveyances.promptly Collection aUendUOTA : North Carolina, /president of the by the Council and approval by
iIDCI.Etc. I Farmers' National congress. the Mayor.

_.!.?* T POTUC STATB AT LARGE. The speaker yesterday 1 assured Attest:

1 Cameron U at be favored a law lr.1 S. P. MATS 'C. II. BROWN

$: J. W. WEST, prohibit speculation* in cotton, City Clerk. Pres Coandl.I j

':- and Surgeon. meats etc, and added that he would I S. P. Mays, City Clerk of ttu

physician permit such !legislation at this session City of Live Oak. Florida, de hereby

& ; C rroll Building.: Ohio Avenue If possible.. \ certify that the foregoing Ordinance I Ii
.}' Residency at Ethel Mr. Cameron I}. interested In the No. 67, was regularly passed by the

?re-oeee.E-y *o. 168-N"m: bill of Representative Heflln. of AU- City Council on the 6th day of November -

plug Store (Bards&Groover)No. 16. bama, which proposes to make it un- A. D. 1907 and the same is

_r-- lawful for any person to buy or sell hereby certified to the Mayor for his

: F- E-THOM ASON cotton or other produce for specula: approval. a

(CL1Rov & TH :lIASON.I. tive purposes. Witness my hand and the seal of 1

!BRoWN The bill carries! ,penalty of $5,000 said City this 6th day November,,

fine or ten years In the penitentiary.In 1907. i t.rwt.

attitude, S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. \
( & SURGEONS, view of the jpeaker's
as expressed to President Cameron Examined and approved by me this

: : : FLORIDA.I AIT. Heflln and otjier southern congressmen November 7th, A. D. 1907.J. .

UV60AK. entertain high hopes or B. JOHNSON, Mayor. ita

:: 'T. J. LYLE legislation along the lines indicatedat OUMXANCK XO. OS.An '

I this session. Ordinance lienniring the Paymentof '
t Practical a License 1'..\: by Any ler-on.Pelsons ... ' ,,

AND JEWELER Point in Doubt. Firm or Corporation<

ilWATCHMAKER Exuberantravfer-By Jov! ;
for the19o + -
Contracts f
1 experience I J'lirt or h ' 1
ilk I your face seem familiar. Where in rlct.e of drai-ing House Certi- -y- rn- .
always on hand. () ClllTCHKS.Ur. .t
f Good stock.'of Watches--- ,- --- Hades have I mei ou? iirates in the (1tof Live Oak, no 1.1W.t1 -- ;

)--- Unresponsive tCnTer'-What partof Florida at l-e, n than the rave -- - Florida HerbalIT.
1)i.11. s. iowii4.; tinXYontlirful Ht-aliT., sd hit Krao ned
::; Hades do >oa eome from, sir? -- Value Tiwn'of, anti ImtMKoinx: at'eaalty Kill '
1:1 ,.:edli'c,
1 Optician. The Sketch. Hereof. t'}
for the
d.s: '
I area
: : 'i' < ,
i.. \' i 1,1 i;, it..d .- ':! \',:' "..1:1,1'
i 82 It ordained! ht, he Mayor a--: lie doctor ts'ivnf l'I
of the i' !.iHHiUl! -. rt-iii.
[ The refractive defects trf leases eye a Take DeWitfs Kidney and BladderPills Cl'.y Council of the Citj of Live Oa-t, :'t>. wont-r 11\oii.ivr" aii ) iIHh'\" !.!l t.-- ." I It,.. tfQ hear, the lame walk, i .' '

find and the manufacture ; they are for weak back, inflammation I ,' ; ;
l'h'iida: miracles t> ".:

,;specialty. Drug of the bladder, baekacho F'-v-tlov: : t. It shall ba uulawf ,i 11! iI, t, 1''r, -L : h>. one of then ,. i 1! I
Office! at Barclay & Oroover and weak kidneys. Sold by Live Oak I \ i :,,! 10'I I ,.1- t', i! .i :
d-w i any i>er"nn. ii'jrs>on:>. firm or corpo.-t-! \ n; .I i .i. ;:' has ever cur: '
$tore. Drug Co. dec-d "a" ; Ih' h'it:..i'1 I;' i
I tinn to purchase or contract to pur- ,.1-'. i you are c u j
,' the Klt)T141 la i..r .1-1 ii> t
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L. ,\. (:It\WFUIW, chafe within the city of Live Oak. to. ih s .*' ; .;' :.,')1'\' ur broken ill
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STKNOGIIAPHEU, Men of mcfekiitamarents disap oint- I !orida, any of the Clearing Hotuev.ic. Treatment maybe seen> ., 'L" :n ... v trt, to call at t i'i '
PL'ULIC help Xi the oyster tan ...llIlIt"I! I r'li! ; S'oi.\\ >\ i.c iill '
into \
\, ...oAtes issued by the trustees 'J f I .- ,' and see th.1 j
Oweo ijl'bloi. into pearl the afld which an.ra \ i idilOr.i', ; i'' >.i 1"a' r>a 'I !I
t the Clearing House Association cun- i'lu '..t . ." . : laformatioitv.

Cilil'n Hank P.uilding, it. posed of banks doing busings in tha in n-nard tt> thotwoiul"r'.i: > !'.- -.!<;'.tai Florida Hrbil
dis-coveri**. frt ,' of Ct1Sr1e. '.
LIVE OAK -:- -:- FLORIDA I city of Live Oak Florida, at and for herbal 1'1',1'1'( A>I';. all of which are forentertainment a%>
Let man get the Idea that he Isbeing HE"I o gives a grand aior..l ,.
a value 01
than the face Store t
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a sum c'j'\a..llee Drag
that everything is every evening en ; I
OKDLNANCU N0.67. wronged or such certificates unless such person T1 t uoctor will be, until furth 'rand
f Kailroad against hlmi: sad you eat hU earning ahullrave net Howard street and OVo avenue d I J Ja
An Ordinance Requiring ; persons, firm or torporatioa tr atment anal j: 'c'e: i\ta, through the eolaatas ts ing Tracks 1 rapacity ia two, the Tax Collectorof there gives free ,
Companies inning or > first paid to :N J.per at the Suwannee Drag
j the inetits ef his (amo':* t
lecture I on
Across tihio Avenue in the City tit the City of Live Oak a license tax Store.
thousand! 1
Li\e ()lk, I H>rid: to Prmide a To fear or itotorry is as sinful of Five Hundred Dollars and pro- remedies, that are curing t .. "

I! }'lag man for said i Crossing: and I as to cane. >v, I .med a license frm the said city. I -, ;. -. ...
I IIJoeWltt' I -- : *,
Irc,cribinR his Duties, and Imposing Little r St c Con: 2.( _. A u tll'fSOD.A".. 0cit I The'power '\-t'an record as usuccess ; .t %' tb.i'eUist .

Penalties. Utaer Pill rK.iatibn. or the officers thereof, \ ( K not be ovtrvs'.imated. , w. open slide '
and sold by Live Oak Drug Co. dec-d RouteOrtiautes I won't hurt you
Be ft Ordained by the Mayor ire \ ho :1.ill purchase Clearing I our tnouth. an

City Council of the City of Live Oak without first pa| *$ the I Ii. --- S bit.Ttte.
OKmVAXCB X\). 07. : ...use -- act the ext".dJoa)
Uorida: L-onse: tax and procuring 1 De\\Itt's Carbolized Witch Iltipl'Salvt' patlen (
railroad and An ordinance in relation to the provided in the pre- I now t Ananias did
Section 1. That the rom the city as Get DeW itt's. Sold by Live lietor,

railway companies ownIng or using public health and to prevent the ,.cjin& section, shall be punished by Co dec..1 fur a Jj'ig; ow-lIIutrated Bits
Oak Drag
side tracks spread of certain contagious and Infectious exceeding Five Hundred
a line or lines of main or a fine not

a ross Ohio Avenue in the city of I diseases in the City of Live I ollurs. or imprisonment for a period : Confidence is the/ley that Unlocks II Because ntenoX"iriags teams h f fI.

and operating Oak and providing penalties. ninety days, or by both a4 o-I .
live Oak, Florida I jot exceeding the bank to tbe fooBg man who i.> no sign that the ajl ortes are

trains thereover, be and they are BE IT OIIDAINED by the Jlayvrand urn tint and imprisonment ia the trying to ... Imsolf.Friendship >. sweetest.. 1

hereby required to furnish and keep City Council of the City of Live discretion: of the Mayer. I .b..b. I

street Oak Florida: 3. That this Ordinance
the Ohio Avenue Section It ebt
at cards
of is what cane into the It isn't so much Ufe yiwin i
in said City Sectionl.-Whenever any case shall take effect immediately upon Iii
crossing of such tracks, i that tents
enough to I way
big the you
cholera dip- when
pox, approvalby
watchman from thetour yellow fever Itassagt* b) the Council and .
flagman or much of them .
(for success.Anybody
scarlitina, thinking JP
or stop I
morning scarlet CHAS. H. BROWN,
f' of six o'clock in the the Ma>or.
: exist in the city of Ceuactl. selves. !4
in the shall develop President City
until.the hour of eight o'clock anxfeptio take up thethlte
, day. Live Oak, the patient and all mem- Attest: S. P. MATS City Clerk. hun-
evening of each and every ? Three
j I man's bard as
'/ Section 2. That it shall be the bers of the household exposed to the I, S.'l, City Clerk of the When a woaqan- tells yea a n *n Is ,I teachers are needed for Ahe

duty of said flagman or watchman to same, shall be immediately placed! City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby interesting It is! J. ign there is something I lied more *.-S\ Louis Glob
Phillj pin
by the Sanitary Inspector Ordinance about him ie doesn't know !
( remain at said Ohio Avenue street under quarantine certify that the foregoing I
the direction of they I the !:-eniocrat.
at all times between the under No. Gs was regularly passed by about. -
crossing Committee of i .. Vnv.cay .. -
nf ..
Sanitary 'L. 18th -
r' hours mentioned in Section One of \ia\or. and: ; council oo the "'HP aay 1-'-' -- --- . . . . .
this Ordinance and to keep look-out said city, and the house where such I ember, A. D. 1907 and tha same is'I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

for all approaching engines, trains patient shall be. must be quarantinedas I hereby certified to tne Mayor for hU \i iI STORE.
practicable, and dan- i THE FAMILY
and cars across said crossing and to effectually as I approval. I r
crossing the signals in the form of red flags Witness my hand and the seal of
watch for all ger }
persons infected i; Think what it meansThat
railroad tracks at such crossing and shall be placed around such 1 said City this Sth day November, L' I
and all : I is what we are.
warning or signal to house, houses or quarters .\. D. 1907. I,
to give timely in
of all the Inmates thereof exposed to infection S. P. MATS City Clerk. ( Cur reason Is because ,
such of the approach of
persons Family" line
be and they are hereby required Examined and approved by me. this!' L the Our
That .
trains, engines and cars. any , Brand Shoes" w,
remain in such infected 18lh, A. D. 107. S ar
violation on the part of such watcn- .f+)t for everymember !
houses or quarters or within J. B. JOHNSON Mayor. k e T ave a shoe
the duties house, t
man or flagman of any faaaityto
be un of every
district as may t t
Imposed by this section shall subject such until such time as Men wouldn'.t ttvlnk the world such : have all your familyl

him to a fine of not exceeding One der quarantine cer if coald get away ; od ec"nomically in &.
shall be able to produce a a poor job thy >

Hundred Dollars or imprisonment they from some practicing physician from the idea that it was made &olel\ ; wel(-fitting and service : -.
or by tificate "
not exceeding ninety days R
of infection ii for them g.ving shoes. r'S
all danger
imprisonment, at the that ; WOMANt Shoe
such fine and Family"
infected house,, Our
discretion of the Mayor. past and that \ who >'f ; ( 'ANDCtt1La by expert la 1
quarters and their contents lie U a great teas sees gt .:r'> made

Section 3. That this Ordinance houses or been thoroughly dlsla- things where othe/q see little thing, i lWIIo11Lt IW bin!J i specialty: faetorift
after have ttiIUIIW1WJAa BR4BF.f
shall become effective on and in the 01dlnary. the best box palt
such time as the State who sees the extraordinary front
the 15th day of December A. D. fected, or until shall have taken j HADL 1N StLOUIJ DY( ;, a' her "' that caB bebrtht
1907. Board of .. ef.
------ --; OHt S4Nt ND for the mo
Passed the City Council of Live charge of and raised such : -

Oak, Florida, this 11th day of November provided that this QUiUi1.UU"1;; f,1 d i.-ar x alts vtbiolt gaaeas that r
sod Tic
T.e Me s ire
: s
1907. not apply to any who produce :1:1IHONEY : flexUKa'ui a' ,! pr.. are no 4ek+. wax.- or
tie solare
of the family
BROWN, member t teft. Belag'reLu-
CHAS. H. I- the
:! President City Council. a certificate from some practicIng IFOLEY'S i: threads inside to hurt, hum and MU'er clinched fastening they nkl.
: that such member has not forced under the instep with a eWlamp
Attest: S. P. MAYS, physician and thai j
exposed to infection i. cannot rip.
been .
City Clerk. membe:: ... "a.UO noZ.2. .
of such 1 .
IJ danger K>K S2.7S
of the there is no \VK SKLL: TilllENS:
I. S. W Mays City Clerk communicating said disease. AND TAR YOt'TIIS'.f'O I.ITTI.K URLS'! 81.75.>> u
Florida, do hereby
I City of Live Oak. violating ; shoehaving
2.That any persons 1 1I and Children's
Sec. Misses
that the foregoing OrdinanceNo. i On account of tl e Women1 t
1certify of the
tJ: provisions i cia't pull apart.
above riles
the the
61 vas regularly passed by the any of fined noi I : a metal clinch sore retainer aI'to
shall .
of Nov preceding section The original $1.75>>, MISSKS ;
the 11th day wu'n1m
City Council a1>
on five hundred (500.00]) ; "on111.: .\"" SUCKS! : .01: t M
ember. A. D. 1907 and the same li exceeding I1t. 1.J.'i; 3>> and N, 51.10
not longer thai: $ >> ('Illi.ltilsj:
for his dollars or Imprisoned LAXATIVE cough remedy ;
the Mayor
hereby certified to both such fine am OUR; FAMILY" en tie
days or by the heel de
ninety The S'ar on f
approval. of the< I honestly co--
discretion that they
Witness hand and the seal of imprisonment at the For coughs, colds, throat and lung sole of each shoe, is agaarantee
my and In addition, such per'.on troubles. No opiate N,n-alcoholic and full of satisfaction.
November, Mayor atructed
said this 11th day where.
City untl everybody. Sold; every them.
under Good Come see
1907. S. P. MAYS. shall be isolated To we the nxi* to like them.

City Clerk. such time as a practicing physiciai In' ection .. The genuine and TAR isle CO. I
certify that danger from FOLEY'S HONEY J BOWLING LUMBER
Examined and approved by me this may nYellowpackage. Refuse substitute.

tat 18th day of November, A. D. Is past. wh Prepared only by I t

1907. J. B. JOHNSON Sec. 3.That any physician false tertlfl Poley A Company Cnlcag .. . . I . . .
make any
I Mayor. shall willfully

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; : D. L BYRD, 2nd Vice-President. ARNOLD P...MKKLER. Cast;., ,- <, &

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)Il'i. )1cKh stry's Lectures. \of the period treated graphic and I

I 1) I take pleasurf in testifying to the j illuminating.
j educational vale of Mrs. McKinstry's I These addresses have unusual educational -
lectures. She gives a connected Interesting : valu ..and afford an oppor-
narrative of the four great I tunity seldom mjt with.lr8.. Mc Useful ChristmasPresei"

empires of lie world in a compact : Klnstry has certainly added to her

q related way tat gives the listener a :already great reputation as an able : '11Men's
+ broad comprehensive view of the land scholarly woman by her lectures
; movement.of, the, stream of time. Ir'I here and has also won many friends.

i ; consider these leqtures invaluable to i-New Brittain |.Ct.) Dally Herald. and Ladies'SILK !Men's Dressed KGLOVES #. r
L the student of history both old and
young; illuminating the subject for I I THE TR.\XSpo'itT.\TIOX WIZARD UMBRELLAS ::

those who are familiar >ith the facts Make Notable Addrrv* Before with Gold and Sterling in Greys Tans aid.
and adding net interest to the study Rivers and Harbors Congress -
.,. for the younger students. The history in Washington. Silver Handles. t Blacks.o. __
classy of school attended
lIlT Washington. D. C.. Dec. 6.-A notable
took notes and eported on them .
feature of tby*Jlivers and Harbors "
; later In the recitation period. They Congress conrmjtJuMftbis city Ladies' Felt BEDROOM _Leather SUIT f
both Instructed
been -
felt they
hId ,
was the address today James J
and entertained to a high SLIPPERS in Reds \ GRIPS
Greys and
Hill president of the Great North ,
degree.Principal Jasper;GEO.Normal M LYNCH Institute.To ern Railroad Company who was Introduced Browns and Blacks : = HAND BAGS: *': '

: to the C6> r sa. as- "a wizard f i
of transportation a t done of the -
Whom May:Concern. I ,
"" This is to certify that I had ,'the wor.ld.greatest. railroad bb tiers in the Men's Bedroom and Office 3. Full line of NEOCWEAL

: pleasure of listening to four of Mrs.
Mr. Hill created"'Viat enthusiasm SLIPPERS SILK HANDKERCHBJ
\ L. C. McKinstry's lectures while she
l was In Jasper during the past week. among that the the 2,500 rallrdMft-of delegates the by country declaring in Felt Kid. Cuff Buttons, Stickftl
And while I {o not agree with all
would support cordially any proper k :
of her teaching, I am free to say
plan for the development of the legitimate
that I enjoyed her lectures very
water*aydof'the United
much indeed aid am glad to have States. He pttrdtttry figures to sho* COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU.
had the pleasure of hearing her.
Respectfuly, that the traffic of.the country had become -
so great and was increasing so
B F. MASON tremendously that it was beyond the At S. J. WHITE'SShoe "
Jasper Fla.. Dec. 2, 1907 I
physics powerk of the railroads to -
handle ity Me na&.a most I
h Rev. Mrs. M McKlnstry will conclude impor-1 and Furnishing Store.
:I tant-Hgd J5 her remarkable series of lectures .
attitude of taJLlroad men h>% lrd legis- t.
in the Adventist Church, Plain-
lathion tfhich hg.3 been directed .
vllle, Ct., on Sunday Mrs. McKln \ '"
agafo;;: t Jaa(carriers In America and
stry is,a pleasing and logical speaker
; declared that all the railroads asked -- --- L
\ ." who makes a deep impression on her was permission: to conduct their busi- A gentleman i. man I Courag is proven in ttie strengtha One's Vers nal enJo--ti i}
hearers.: Her eloquence is inspiring,
I. ness in a proper way under fair I I to wax enthusiastic ---I: man has to deal justice out when I very smal Vthlng;. one's 9Mfl. '

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Democrat j IPAGES 9 TO 161

Btnner.Elltablu.hed 1844 rLender.
I Establish**!18j I Coneolidated August 12.1397
VOL. XI No. 28
[ COURT tenced to thirty days in I
MAI[ GRINDS ( prison. The .
case of William flames LUNATIC'S sion that he was not getting his right; :
charged with BLOODY WORK/
J selling liquors at retail without II- for which he held the Governor re THE[ MINE[ HORRORTWKXTYKIVK GROWS

j cense he having plead guilty, was sponsible. Edward Cohen is one of
LYDICTMKXTS IIKI.VG IIETUK.VEII fined $100 and sent to prison fog ,f the best known labor leaders in Mai- :
( thirty sonillT i TO KILL sachusetts. lIe is married and has __
AT T.n.I.\II.\SSEF. 'i days. The case of R. O. Sellers TUT COVEKNOI _
I several children.Ir.. DKAD HODIKS:
charged with () ia
unlawful MAssAcntsmrs
Ii use tit I ..
f the mails was continued account almost as prominent in labor circlesin THUS .\1. UKOOVERKH '
I lof Sellers illness. The the state. Mr. Huddel is presidentof
. case ofV.
JUDGE HUNDLEY[ Of H. the engineers'! union of Boston anl
ALABAMA Anderson, A, P. Hardee, clerk of 4
the circuit BUT UPON NOT FINDING HIM served for several :years as presidentof
court of Levy, county; DEATH{ LIST IS OVER[
--- Walter Howard and James Long, the local Central Labor Union.; 550
Steele who is 37 ears old
charged with ] was
conspiracy to defraud a
Exchanges Work With
Judge Sheppard released from
the Danvers Insane
the United States of Shot Hon
certain homestead Three Prominent IJI\oor 1:4
or Florida interests was deferred on account fatiiltTS One Fatally Asylum Nov. 13. last upon solicitation .Most Appalling; Mine AciuVnt In lit'a Kt
of his mother the institution
of Anderson's illness.XOTICK. tory of Country '
- official believing that be had shown
almost positive signs of lie
Tallahassee. Dec. 5.- Monday Lkwton. Ian.. .
Df'C.An insane .
never showed signs of violence '
+ morning both the United States court The regular annual meeting of the .man talked into the anteroomof while in tbe asylum.any I i I Monoegah. Va., Dec. 7.-At 9 } t

and the circuit court began their stockholders of the Live Oak Publishing the executive chamber of the ,- - ---- o'clock to-night a total of twenty-fire f J +
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work. In the lattef little Company will be held I IXOTICg. I bodies had been
was done at the offices State House today and finding Go*. recovered from
? beside the routine of opening the session of the company in Live Oak Guild's door clotted turned on three I mines No*. 6 and 8 of the Fairmont
later Fla.. on the Notice 13 hereby given tkat the Coal "
though on, there are to evening of Monday the prominent labor leaders and fired Company at Monongah. Scores
be several 23rd day of December udersl Hd a* administrator of the,'of other victims!
cases tried that are ofgeneral 1907, at 7 three shots at them, probably fatally were In sight of the I
i interest to the public in this o'clock. R. A. QUAY. wounding Edward Cohen of LJQI, :':ate of J A. Adams deceased, will i reining parties and it was estimated i 1 i
section of the states Secretary and Treasurer. president of tbe state branch of the on Monday, 13th i iy of January, that at least 100 dead will be :'.
United 1S0S. present lis > mchers, receipts brought to the .! '
Y, The States court is presid American" Federation of Labor; ) surface before daylight .:
ed over by Oscar R. Hundley, judgeof (louse Currency 15111. seriously wounding Dennis I). Driscol and report of and for the Estate of I to-morrow. However, the ..
the Northern district of Alabama. 1 Washington Dec. 5.-Chairman of Boston secretary of the same J. A. Adams deceased, and there (, number of bodies recovered to-night 7
l :Judge Hundley was designated to act Fowler of the house committee oa board, and injuring with the muzzle upon apply for his final discharge as j: and early Sunday depends entirely
1 in the stead of Judge Sheppard whois banking and currency, today au- of his revolver Arthur M. Ilnddel of I administrator of the mid estate. II I upon the condition of the mine. It is e
disqualified on account of having nounced the sub-committee of fire I Boston former president of the Central I J. II. .WETHERLINGTO.V.MF.GKO said. Late today, and to-night the
formerly represented parties who are which will frame and submit to the Labor Union of this city. i i -- deadly black damp became more
now litigant before the court. main committee a currency bill. The t! The insane man. who was John A.Steele. SHOT SEVILV. nounced as the further pro'f'f t'
This morning the grand jury returned sub committee Is as follows: Fowler i! of Everett, and who was released ------ the mine were approached. i I 3.
four indictments-three liq- New Jersey: Prince, Illinois; Calder- on parole last month from theDanvers' (CYityc l>y (',_In.., ll.- lanmut"k It was stated to-night by General ;,
f nor cases and one money order forgery head Kansas; Lewis Georgia and I Insane Asylum, was overpowered in Arkansas! Town. Manager Leo I.. Malone of the mines, .
case. These have not :yet cometo Gtllespie. Texas. The last two are by private Secretary Char ley I Augusta Ark., Pee, 5.: Crazed by that 478 actual miners were checked t ,-
trial. The case of T. J. Eutsey, Democrats. The sub-committee will 'I S. Grove and Gen. J. If. Whitney cocaine Wash Mnsmy. a negro, ran off as entering the mines yesterday 1 I
ei-postmaster of Estefalda charged at once begin the drafting of a currency (chief of the state police. j amuck here today, shooting! seven morning. This number it was fiir-. I-
with embezzlement of postal funds Is measure. Gov. Guild was in bis office only a white persons! two of whom were ther stated, did not Include fully 100 "
4, set for Wednesday morning, the 4th few feet away and rushing! out, assisted women .Toe negro was finally corraled trappers, mule drivers pumpers and .
ff last The case of T. A. Ausley. Hraause memory brings tears Is in subduing Steele, then knelt j I in tbe railroad yard and shot to bo>s wbo are not under the check
charged with devising a scheme to no sign that the memories are not of by Cohen's side and subsequently directed I death by a posse, fighting until he system. Should these figures be correct \. -
;. defraud and using the mails for the the sweetest. I the removal of tbe wo ndei i fell literally riddled with ballets. I the death list will be over 550 ,

: furtherance of said scheme, will men tQ the hospital. One of assay's victims will die. persons. . .
; probably be continued for the term When a woman tells you a man is : Several of the State officials sa'J ---- -- --
The case of Otto Henderson charged interesting it is a sign there is something i!I after tlir shooting that Steele was a Confidence is' the key that unlocks} It is better to use your energy
It\ with running a distillery he having about him she doesn't know i i well! known character to the boardof U'p hank to the young man who i* righting troubles than waste It complaining
Plead- guilty, was fined $100 and sen- about. j i inanity: and that l.c bad an illu try ing t.> et-t. bli
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i We Mean It.I From now until I Christmas. every Suit! .Ml/ '

of Clothing of Dry Goods a ss in \ .
t every piece :, every piece .

: ftft ; : fact everything but Groceries in our storevIII be L

; 'Ml/ i I! marked down to Cost Prices and a lot actually! at SACRIFICE PRICES. :


m This is the greatest opportunity the public has ever had. Noth- ,

t :I: ing like it ever offered before. Good Clothing, first-class merchandise :, l ,

,t offered at lower prices than you could buy them in I IJ ,ell

I If + the big cities of the North. Just come around and see the slaughter '

J ftft !I! sale prices.: THIS IS THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME I IIJ ,%. r ,.

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I favorite tonic is bite's Cream Ver-I i I I Gainesville. Fla, Dec 6.-George i

the Use of Kerosene and was mifuge, the cure for worms and all Bill Introduced l>) prestntative 'Ixiwman, who was last week convicted [ To Southern Mates to Engage a

Burned to Death. children's diseases It not only kills Clark of lorida to Restore It. in the Circuit Court of this countyof I Ii Soil Surveying:

'f (Tampa Times. the worms, but removes the mucus Washington, I). e., Dec 6.--A the murder of Dunlap PhlBney at I Washington, Dec 4.-The Bum

Burned so badly bj injudicious use and slime in which they build tbelr chunk of |6S.000 000 in real money Raleigh, Levy count, has been takes of Soils of the Department of Agriculture -
1. nests Its action on the child is will be divided among various states to the phosphate mines to serve oat the energlerof
of kerosene, that she lost her life as will concentrate
I a result, after twenty-four hours' of mild and leaves him in a healthy --most of them southern-if the bill his sentence of life imprisonment its field force of experts In nil!

horrible suffering, was the fate of condition Joe Daniel, Surmac, Tenn, introduce in the house by Representative I the court having denied him a new surveying; in the Southern States
sajs that he gave one of his ihildrrnhites Clark of Florida becomes a trial. winter. Already
.1 1 Martha Williams, a negro woman, throughout the coming
when th" 'aw it provides for the restorationof .
\\ Cream
Vermifuge -- ----- commenced ,
cook at the home of A. J. Knight on work has been
;. the garrison. The woman went into doctor thought it bad colic and from the amount named as "illegal cotton .\ I ten I \\undcrland. in Alabama where $10,000 was lpo "

i 1 the kitchen yesterday morning and the first dose the child passed 73 I tax" collected by the government South Dakota, with its rich silver priated by the last legislature tot

started a fire. After the wood com- I worms.. Sold by Suwannee Drug ,I between 1862 and lS6tt Mr. mines, bonanza farms, wide ranges a comprehensive suru'\. and similar

menced to burn she thought to hasten ( Co dec-dw Clark also introduced resolution calling and strange natural formations is al work will be prosecuted in Louisiana !
--- --- -- on the secretary of the treasnr veritable wonderful At Mound 1 and Teas.
matters by pouring a lot of kerosene Georgia. Mississippi
into the stove. She threw in a con- .\ C.RllVT IONM.NTION MI.IITs: : for a detailed report on the whole (sty; in the home of Mrs. Jo;. D. Clapp. ] Soil survey will be immediate!

siderable quantity and it exploded I matter, showing from what states a wonderful case of healing has late.iv undertaken in Autauga, Baldwin!

with great force, covering her with Nearly: ::UM) Delegates to ihvtnote and what individuals the tax was collected occurred Her ton seemed near Bibb. Henrj and Lamar conatiei,

flames and bursting the stove. I ('aue of Improving American I I death with lung and throat trouble Vlabama In some of these, frock
I I "That tax of from to 3 Exhausting coughing L
The woman screamed with agony \\atervv.ijs. I I 4 cents a ; spells occurred has been going on .I and others in the house came to her \\ashington lftc.t.. -Prominent i I pound on cotton has been declared : every fire minutes," write Mrs In Georgia, Thomas and Grady coua- .
illegal b\ the 'onrt of the I II Clapp when I began I. '
supreme giving; Dr. . partiCBl
as'b :
: rescue, smothering: the flames t ofEiaht of the national government ties will be gone O\ T
United States," said Mr Clark to Kings: New Discovery, the adaptability -
areporter I great the
they could. Dr. Grantham was call- governor of states. repreM"Dtatit'1 I I i with a view of determining
today. "That the medicine, that saved his life of
ed and he did everything possible, of foreign countries ; so, I and completely of the soil! to the growth
should refund it, Vow cured him Guaranteed tobacco
but she had inhaled the flames and senate and house of reprt.2entative"l II government I for Cuban filler and ripper leaf
that there fo no longer any dlwonlor coaghs and colds, throat and lung I along the
died this morning, after suffering and leaders in all walks r \ In Louisiana
wctioual feeling between the i iI i.ou'ulta: by Barclay &. Groover druggists M
great agony. in America, participated today in the I Yaioo bottom, three parish
north and the south there should be I 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle I Holm
: opening of convention of the National vevs are in contemplation
to the restoration of I free. dev-dw flat
no the
' Pinesalve Carbolized acts like a Rivers and Harbors Congress I I and Monroe counties are on _
this to those who were compelled )ll'' '
poultice draws out inflammationand Nearly 2.000 delegates, representing sum for similar retonnois ince Wsissippi .s"
to it or to their heirs" i I'armers' Union Cotton projected ;
pay the Union . Surveys arp also
poison Antiseptic healing For every W'fepr. 'I ....
chapped hands, lips, cuts, burns. ent It is not expected that any Mr Clark has prepared an elaborate Members of the Farmers' Union in the first Texas Congressional! dl.
brief in support of his bill whichI will take notice that the and aK
price fixed
Sold by Live Oak Drug Co. definite concrete action in promotion tr ct. near Mt Plea-ant
the I I .. intends to read upon the door by official action of the Union at the ridnlt1 j
of the projects by along the Gulf Coast in
'1 some day when the speaker is will- which our cotton Is to b* sold
is from
New York Life .Accept Notes for congress will be taken, but it is hoped -' of Corpus Christi. 7
I conventionwill l ing Despite the fact that a number 2? cents to12 cents, according to 1
Premiums.In that the work of the I'
jof other bills directed to the same grade. There seems to have been 'ontractcd.One :'
the present stringency in the *o impress the national congressnow slow Dtftafwrti I- ( ;
1 l end have failed in the Mr Clark some misunderstanding ** :
as to this, .
it tomake thexpress
money market, I will accept notes ; in session, as to often hears
| thinks well of his brief and his bill, hence this notice E. K \VISE. whW,
for all or part of the premiums comIng i adequate plans for the 1m pro'- My child caught a"Fete
I, i' And expects to see the monepaid President and Organizer, .. when tJ''
due on life insurance Interest ment of the rivers and harbors of the I' developed Into dij,hth ria.: \
only 5 per cent. ; countrj. It is desired of the dele [ on' pretty soon Snwannee County Union truth was tl.I: th. tod: lad simpo -j i

B. W JlEL\' '.\STOX, gates to secure such action by theeoagress ------ left the Jilt I.. on. ,';i"'.'ularlv sty 1

Agent New York Life In!. Co. I j of the United States as will i! Her 15r.t I A'jIf.."hi rt'. Tint's 1C! "ttbb: in tl! '\Im.!' r!igern ::. diPbtbfril, i

', promote the trade and commerce of I j Suthrip. Okla Der. 2.-The mes- Cough yourself into a fit of spasms ;. \\ !I..n f !':amh.. ran; eoeP. i

; \\hafs America It is not a special project "I'I ',!"j'.f n..\,'.rnoPis! !;,.!,1 tt, thf first and then wonder why yOU don't g<>" Rf'I11h iv ,. ; "j It 'j 11 i 'r.:: ctreahe s 1

| worth doing is worth doing well* If !i that the convention has in view, but I :i'?:::..1.! :' 'I irt' \\ :is "uhrni'ri !last nigh well. If you will only try a bottle of ; cod.mii 1 Ii"' n}I.,' ,!:\r.'r\ of diPr' ';,

'wish to be cured of Rheumatism.ue the adoption of a policy by the goverument i:. ,: .1' ?' -' ii! I I.,':'" \\.1.i ,i irr":,t I:;": >. Horehonnd Svrnp \0t- ;''thf'r:;, ,'f .'-.\ tl"r 2. : m -!l;ease being -
yon .. ,. ., uh :! 1 I". t1 , j,,' Bard I
Dallard's Snow Liniment and looking to the escens' 1J1
...", will be "well cured:' A positive cure you the transportation facilities ui t.... ?" ,,'I-.,: c-l ,. .t" '-'- _-1.L.' -'L "f ,j"-" icar: ..u.l oa e.., i for Sprains. Neuralgia bruises C aJ' United States. On behalf o;' tin ra- -,'para1ion nc the rac1on ra'lroid! t'uen/a, Bronchitis and an!! ilmonir! .-
Tat '
Muscles and all the ills that tonal administration. Mr i lihs HO. train ': ,"a-t"; Or;.. :'0":.' ,\ !M 1 rrrnrin"" I 1.1" '.... .t .i : : 1
tracted : ; : *earanteeL"
flesh is heir to. A G. M Williams, secretary of state .'x*''11.\1 I' 1 ;.> T1..' - - --- .- -- f' ", I 01),) ,lrn-: T. :: -" ::,IC an.1 t: at:?. t 'j., iP3 .

J' Navasota Texas. writes "I have ongrefes; hearty 811':1\: : i': ' \n 4"h. : I"1: '1_ '_ ; I
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Liniment for sprained : work which it has rtl''r: 1 : ; +I' n i! l' 1),1.\ I: ;

J ankle need Snow and it gave the best of satlsfaT. -- cave assurance of the support ui ih"cniin .. I.".... t\'ulll. ...1,1 i '.s'h t ?Y. ,yd. "..,.fl". ,,)..... .11'i..,.,. I ', .".oo get\ I

keep it in the house." !>tration in tb, ondiiMon irN 1:1 hi'. f .\ clotho'-line t i.. a rop,' trt han_ ;" .: ... .,. t': 00
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For the remaining days of our sale we have made SPECIAL PRICESin I V

various departments. Sale Ends SATURDAY DECEMBER 14.

To those who have not attended this Great Pric -Splitting; Sale we 'If a

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ask you, in justice to your family, can you, dare you, overlook suchan t F

opportunity to get such rich raiment at such trifling cost. I J{ t


the inauguration of our 10 Days Sale, leaves us with many REMNANTS of DRESS GOODS I.since ,4 .

of all materials, SILKS, WAIST 600DS, OUTINGS, and, in fact REMNANTS in all departments. t

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Below we quote a few of the MANY BARGAINS attending this \i. "

GREAT SALE. Lack of space will not permit us to mention more: ,klj' -.-.. i;
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nx'sXU: YOUTH'S SUITS AMIOVKKCOATS. I All our lOc Plaid. Crushed sale The $1.50 grade of lIs_' Shoes. Kinbroidered Belts Crushed pale WI .

price . . . . . .'. . . . . . 7 fi c Crushed sale price $t.It price . . . . . . . . . . . . fie ; I: .
I About 25 Men's Suits value $6.50 i Gingham for apron and dress, Indies' heavy and light weight! Silk and all colors of Leather Belt .
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Crushed sale price . . . . . .$:MJ> I worth lie. Crushed sale prtee..7c Kangaroo Skin, I : PC ;
Men's $9.00 Suits in fancy eht'I I Calico, light and dark rotors. and 15. I II ; I
lots. Crushed sale price . . .$ ' 1 I
4 A fine assortment Worsteds.. I Bleaching, the lOo grade.; Crashed I hand turned value $ : > :
Cassimeres and Cheviot Suits I sale price . . . . . . . . . :c ed sale price . . I 't.
reason's newest"alup $11.00. The lOc Cotton Flannel, Crushed I Ladies' Dongola; Kid : !

Crushed sale price . . . . .$:...a sale price . . . . . . . . . . 7c I Shoes. Blucher and
All our $14.00 and $16.00 Suits 10-4 Sheeting, bleached and unbleached $:.00. Crushed .$ 1'
hand tailored throughout, in sold for 35c. Crushed I Indies' $::.iO Shoes ;

Cheviots, Worsted and Cassimers. sale price . . . . . . . . . U.V I Kid with mat kid
Crushed sale price . . .$tl.7t> DIIKSS (;()OHS. i I and bals. Crushed I
Men's wide whole Overcoats that Cotton Worsteds.: silk figure, I Men's Silk "' - :!:l I

bold for $6.50. Crushed: sale worth 1!(. Crushed sale prke. .O'jc. sale price . . . .

price . . . . . . . . . . .5t.f) Fancy lawn Waistin that never Men's Leather Belts : :
old for Seas than !5e and 3tc. Crushed sale price !)?
Our $7.00 Overcoats in Kerseys i "9J3
i' nnd Fancy Cheviots. Crushed Crashed sale price . . . . . . l.:c 3m\'S AMI IJOIS' : i i i
I sale price ..S1.17. The 35c and 4tV Lawn Waistings. Yt>o'*. Soft Hats !)
Over Crushed sale price . .'. . . . .tifflc Crashed sale price e
All our $10.00 and I /!
coatin Meltons and Kersey Fancy Plaids for Waist and Salt Men's lllacX: Soft
Cloth handsomely made and ing.: real value at 35c. Crushed 1 brim worth '1.. ':Ct I ,

trimmed. Crushed sale price. .* sale price . . . . . . . . i 7e.iH I sale price . . . : I 1t-
Men's Rubber Coats, guarantee colors of Tricot Flannel, worth Our ':.UO Mats 'a "' I
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waterproof sold for $5.50. 35. Crushed sale price e black many I. -"

Crushed sale price . . . . .sUiCrav'neMs The newest Waist Plaids, all wool Crushed sale price ; !
that and many different piece to We have full line
for Men rainproof I
select from; this fall's newest; Hats at reduced
are valued at $1 : .OO. .
I sale price . . . . . . . . S7.H7 gold for 40. Crushed sale price ."H' Men's fine kip and h. I .
Waterproof Repellant 54-in. wide, Shoes Old for $::
)UX'SXU I'.0S' I-ANTS. for .pant or ladies skirts. ed sale price . . m. II'
Bo>b' JJc: pants Crushed sate prlft'"-c Crushed sale price . . . . . . l-e Men's box calf and vici
About 50 pairs of :Men's WorkingPants. ; Mohair, with fancy silk figure \"alllt61 |:.:: :>. ,
Crushed sale price. . . .i; cAll I also all plain colors valor 75c. price . . . . .it
I; Men's rants that sold for $1.5 Crushed sale price . . . . . IHc Men's I ..It'nt leather i'I I eA
I Crushed sale price . . . . . .">{c 36-in. Waist Flannel all colors. $:50. Crushed
1 1 Men's $1..;:; and $:!.OU Pants for 1 value 50c. Crushed sale O T $a."0 Shoes .. : .(t) I I
working or dress year. Crushed Fancy Waist Silk Goods value 59c box calf satin and :,
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tale price Crushed sale price . . . . . .:ttr also viri kid la i
I A beautiful line of Worsted and Black Tafetta Silk aim Broadcloth blnrher. Crushed :: ."; fj"

: Cheviot Pants for dress t'ar. in the season's newest tto> 1 1 .50 Shoes in [
I sold for $:.50 Crushed sale shades sold for $1 .2S. Crushed heavy: weight. (' ;

j price . . . . . . . . . . .SI.73 sale price . . . . . . . . . .H't! c price . . . . . 1
Crushed sale price. ...i: cAll LA1HI2S' .'n: :
Men's Overalls TO\\IIS.: TAiiLici.oin: AMI i inSPKIIMK. : 1 i
j our best Overalls. Crushed sale Indies' White " : ): 'I jj

price . . . . . . . . . . . .*' !)>>< Towels, worth 7. Crushed sale price Ic kerchief worth 7c
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150\S' :-;l'ITSH: II.T110)5' :-' Towels, worth 1 : Lc. Crushed sale price j
Suits that I ...' . . . . . . . . . . . . sc ladies' White Ht> "
Double Breasted .
and Turkish Towels. kerchief worth 12 :
sale Heavy
sold for $1.75. Crushed . . ) 1 I worth 20e. Crushed sale price. . 1 Ic bale price . . . ; f)
price . . . . . . . . $1.t( : ( \
Figured Linen Towels that ladies'hite linen
Our Rojs1 Suits that sold for $!.50. Fancy :
40c. Crashed sale price. .'!IeI also fancy '
I sold for -
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this is a lot that cannot tt{
Oilcloth different. kerchief worth :
$UiJ Table many
equalled Crushed sale price. I signs: Crushed sate price . . . . .17rWhite sale pr...-.- . . t
I Dot,' niack Soft Hat, value 35c.Cri'.bhed
sale price . . . . . .1i.c I Mercerized Table Linen LadleStwkmgs.. {(.
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sold for 30c. Crushed sale price 'Jlc I''Uc t'ni'hed I
IMMiSTICS.Outins : :
I worth 7r. I' Turkey Red Table Cloth worth L."t-' Plain lUal'-1j f .

Crushed all sale colors price . . . . . ft :Ot'. Crushed sale price. . . . .:!Ic Crushed sale price .") I fJ"
7c. : The |1.2; Bed Spread. Crushed I Ladie.Rihhed Vest : I
Se Inland Bleach worth sale price . . . . . . . . .*. "*<" : ('rll"hf''a!I., prim l ; I I "
Our Crushed 50e1'bite sale I'rift'.c Table Linen. Kiiuix .\NIi CIIILIIIIIV.S: :SHOIN.Children's :''e! *..' 1'nmn Suit- .4* I i :::

. . . . . .Uc Shoes, avlue 75c. Crushed i "ri. IITHE
Crushed sale price sale price . . . . . . . . .:**tMi.s' I :IIJ', t..r\ ," ,I\ .' : tr.
Did Spreads. <5c values. Crushed !gf
-aprice . . . . . . . . . I .c : Sho! .'s. both lid!! and ht M\\' iI.1 t'.Ihf Crushed ; f :
vane! $1:J'. ,'r'i-t:-l 1.:1.11.'r'd: : i
PL'As, all' ('colors worth 7',-i \ .
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. : ,' .. Desires to give notice to their customers that their BIG STOCK OF MERCHANDISE-;

IS GOING at a BARGAIN and Clearing House Certificates be accepted at full value


I 3E e a+ 'l"l \"$'tee ."' !'".rv- 'ewErs -$+ e", !"r"" H.foe'wN'Y!"'" t 3 F sa'J!'.i' 33.i>+;' wr "'?h .i-.w.. f.I''Hv> Hi''W.'' ' i9q++H p

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Our line of Clothing is new and up to date. !i Oar Shoe Department is complete style I
We beg to announce thatve have 1,00.0) ards BETTER THAN IT EVER WAS. I Over 5,000 pairs of Shoes in the house-all new i

c+ 54-inch Broadcloth, in all colors, which was MEWS SUITS, all prices. I and the latest styles. Any size, from Baby i

sold and sells everywhere, GUARANTEED, from from ....... .... ... ... .. $b to $20 ''Shoes to the larg :t sizes. ,

$1.25 to $1.50 yardVe will offer to our YOUTHS' SUITS all prices.
per from. . $4 to $12 We also handle a n'ce' line of LADIES' ANDMEN'S
customers, as I long as 1 it lasts: at the Q A ? i HATS TR .
; KS.ALISES, Etc. andanything
i/UC Cnildrl n's Suits all colors any size and price. ,
yard OVER 1.000 SUITS IN STOCK. you need m the line of merchandise. :

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on the well- THE| GLOBE STORE on the well-

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i Wholesale and Retail SURASKY BROS. Proprietors."rholesale and Retail /

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11,.' \\ ha.M but I' .' ;itn'';i(1 t---d and "i --.n,,- l'rv|pan- Itit lloim->' Miakinsfll; 1 I'JUt, llb..l: stU tit! village:! iii

I It, la *>(. Aa2v..tia*-C*M storage Plant - I !aUu :i Iv.t .'.\es. strength and titalit.!: I ill a l' Kll,-. mdt'S'a!>l of Qjitman Toll a.*

to* tMfcer Ilvpeny iHMwywlSt. I \\ h..11 tW ears old. She IPIt
1 :' i. u l vi I. .I! I :\.". Tablets Invtsor.Il many people here is the article have been born June 10 iTTt *
Augustine Dec. Z.-This city I From the Blaffton. lad. Hum. ', '. I taken from a New York k:
>: : and hver and enable daily paper lives with her daughter do k
; was visited by a disastrous conflagratioa I When tired out go home. \\'h.'n " . giving
simple ,
'I a prescription
<11' i" ::11 : r functions. Theiif I as >ears old. and with her gTlDIIWI
I shortly after midnight last night I you went vonsolat'ois, go bom' i 'i't: is a !,.I..h firour food, increased formulated by a noted authority, who ter. who Is 6J >cars oldIieed It i'"
i which was the ant Ire of any consequence When you want faa go hone. When j strength and weight greater I claims that he has found a positive I that Mrs KillcreaseiitSe*

here for a number of yearn.i I you want to show others that yon ("I'l:" a.:...t. .i r: i ,i > I....r head. Price, I remedy to cure almost any ease of est person in the Inked SUM l
have reformed, home and let .
go 2.: f ; '- >,< ii' !.-s free. For sale backache or kidney or bladder derangement probably the oldest in the niL
i Tbe buildings destroyed included the with the fact.
II family get acquainted
In Han'i\: = cold storage plant, owned by Messrs. When you want to show yourself at ; dec-w prescription if takes before the stage wW i'
to her :e Shejai
as a>;:
Leighton. Smith & Richardson, who your best go home and do the art,I - I of, Bright's disease: I to be authentic docnmentary prooli

were the heaviest loser, a warehouse there When you feel like being I: i>n't !o nut-h the cards yon bold Fluid Extract Dandelion one-kalf I i which shows that she wu tory

containing old Mess freight and three extra liberal go home and practice on as the way you play 'them that couats ounce Compound Kargon one Halifax count, North CaroBM! '
small buildings owned by the Florida tour wife and children first \VhJa ,' for success. ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapm- Her birthplace vu *
years ago
.:ast Coast Railway Company. Total you want to shine with extra brilliancy rilla. thre TillageT
ounces. Shake well
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loss 30000. go home "and light up th> An body anxious to take ap the bottle and take in teaspoonful doses land Neck, in that county) *
The fire, which originated in one :, whole houoehold To which we white man's burdens Three hundred after each meal aad again at bed News-Tribune
of the small buildings which were i would add. when >ou hate a bad cold more teachers are needed for time. I -

occupied by a number of Italian feo home and take Chamberlain's the Phillippinen.. lx uU Olobe- .\ well-known druggist hero at I A politician is a Bn able; ;

laborers gained great headway before j Cough Kerned and a quick cure isi Democrat home, when asked regarding this pre all his dd appear )like
i certain For sale by Barclay ftI : !
an alarm could be gotten to th* scription.
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central fire station In fact there I Greater and all druggists dec-w .\ ||(*IIH* >lml- Happy h) ("u"l..r-- all harmless, aDd can be obtained :, -- -JR

was a delay of half hour from the - -- Ixm" Cougli K>. at a small cost from any good prescription j I II H
time the fire was first dlaroteml before | The power of a tU-aii rtxuid as a About two months ago our baby pharmacy or the mixture, Tar aDd Csnclul
the fire department was notified success factor ran not be overe Rtt- would be of CttJP
girl had measles which settled on the put up if asked to do so For the 'complet cure
This was the result of the city ben.j i':i mated lungs and at last resulted in a severe He further stated that while this prescription .: Cold. .Asthma and Br.l1ch1a...

____ __ u _ _ attack of bronchitis We had two is often prescribed in rheumatic -I Lung! con-pliin's tending! to
doctors but no relief was obtained affliction with splendid results.he : lion, U'f'r"urt Tar sad \fl1d ,
MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY, t\er\bod} thought she would die 1 could see no reason why it would wave for age maintained! &I .
went to eight different stores to find not be a splendid Itanda.-4o
Portable and Sutionarj Engines and ; remedy for kidn > Hshed reputation as a t
Boiler; Saw-MnN. V\\oodWrkmR .i it-rtam remedy which had been re- and urinary' troubles and backache. R med\ 1: cousins 110 opIiJ e%
Machinery and Supplier Complete i oninuMtded to me and failed to get as it has a peculiar! action upon the harmful dig I ran bo gfrensafefv
line carried} in stock. Liberal ,I. when one of the storekeepers' inMsted Kidnev structure, cleansing th-, to ct ::11-ta price
Term Write for catalogue yftarrv's
that I try Chambt>rIaiD'. Cough most important organ and helping b, Jr'IC" Ita'u': "

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:Mate .agent.; far the tLll' (i.\S and well toda>.--Geo %V'. the foul acids and waste matt.r Suwanaw. i "lit; =,'(\. ,

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"d u' !h: "Hit-\''...tif rooter and illInin Those of our readers who suffer can RINGS DYSPEPSIA 11RN.e.
I .!.ane no mistake ,.
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