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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

y i ti IY 7 a p A as LIVE OAK DAILYDEMOCRAT 3ti v VOL II No 195 LIVE OAK FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1007 TEN CENTS A WEEK a A DISASTROUS WRECK i I I PASSENGER TRAIN CRASHES IN TO A FREIGHT I THREE ARE KILLED OUTRIGHT And Nineteen are Seriously Injured Greensboro N C Oct 17At 1030 tonight train No 34 on the Southern railway crashed into a M > cond freight NoS3 at Rudd N C about eight miles north of Greens boro The fireman on the freight warn killed and the engineer injured an were a number of the passengers on No 34 Wrecking trains from Danville and Spencer were sent to the scene of the wreck and a relief train went from here with physicians on board Superintendent Coapman took charge of the direction of affairs from this point As near as could be ascertained I train No S3 was sidetracked at the Rudd switch butj the main line was left open due to the carelessness of the flagman j The last report is that three were killed and nineteen injured I I SWELL FLORIDA CRIMINAL FIOlfIUA i Ex...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

s 1 > > 4 v < t < 1 j LIVE OAK HAIL DKMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1907 I TIGer Lake Items There was a Sunday school picnic held at Tigor Lake Saturday Octo ber 5th which was a splendid oc casion Supt GXH Dorman led In all the exercises The program consisted of temperance speeches and lectures on Sunday school work and the Bible by the pupils of the school e This shows the success and influence of our efficient superintendent Rev York ot Live Oak followed in a lee ture to both Sunday school children and parents in which he showed the benefits of Sunday school to children 0 j and he encouragod parents not to sen dtheir children to Sunday school bat to come and bring them He as followed by our able pastor Rev Peacock in which he said his whole h work In life would be put to the cause of God and to fight his opponent with all his power Quito a number of visitors from r Llvo Oak and Philadelphia churches were present and wo were glad to have them with us I A number of the Christ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

+ t VJ t AVU OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1907 A ORDINANCE NO 65 An Ordinance Imposing Licenses and Other Taxes Providing for the Payment Thereof and Prescribing Penalties for Doing Business With out a License or Other Failure to oullly With the Provisions There 4 Or It ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Live Oak Florida Station 1 That no person firm or corporation shall engage in manage or ronduct any business profession ttr occupation mentioned in this lnance within tho City of Live Ua Florida unless a City License piss have been first procured from fir Tax Collector of the city which said hClnle shall be issued to each lf on firm or corporation on receipt i f Je amount hereinafter provided DKcher with the City Clerks fee of l i rrntrflra cents for every license nNed by him and said license shall ff Mined by the Tax Collector and Mayor and shall have the seal of the Oily of Live Oak thereon Every word importing the singular number MiU may extend to and e...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

3t 7 I IOE OAh DJLY nRMOORAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 19O7 LIVE OAS DAILY DEMOCRAT Published eyery Afternoon Except Sunday t r OHAS W IRVIN Editor and Mgr o Entered at the Poatofflce Lire Oak j Florida as Second Class Mall Mat terN v er 7 1905 THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be I t mailed to any part of the United I States pastage prepaid for 500 0 per year 250 for six months I I 5125 for three months or 50 cents Tor five weeks In advanco De Ih I it Uvered to any part of the city bj iI carrier for 10 cents per week hi f Citrus county votes on the wet or ar y > re8Ue tomorrow The county i I la dr agw and the effort Is to re openthe saloonS again tl 4 1 I That bear ich esca d from the i President in Lo Ian Tuesday by i I taking to the Iake ad doubtless heard about the C go and Alton 1 case and vas strictly on the saving grace of an immunity bath I J j r The validity of the result in the U I I prohibition election in Santa Rosa I r Bounty about two months ago when i...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

IS Jf e6t xv J 3ii1 NS15 X FX is stirs + y A 1 i4 C Fn v 4 LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 19C7 5 V 4r I t I M T SIATTKKS OF INTEREST BmEFI CHRONICLED FOR DEMOCRAT HEADERS I J J L Owens of Pine Grove Is In town today trading r I V M McGinn of Grover is in the city today trading J T Clarke was a visitor to Lake City yesterday afternoon I John O Oliver of Rixford is in town today train ti tifF TO Kyiy A five or riz roob house in adesirable loca tion yApPjy at LiVe O 4 Drug Co J J Carter offline Mount 1s in v the city today W H Starling ot Pine Grove is In town today trading Sam Mercer of Platt is in the city today on business K R Peacock of Perry is regis tered Rt tho Ethel today W W Smith of Mayo is a guest of the Ethel today Mr O H MlHford is registered at the 1 el today P T McGrlff was a business visitor to lake Cite josterday afternoon I 1 Q T H Jton of Rocky Sinl is a batloiaa nitor in the city today I 1 Jamoa Brown and wife of Rocky Sink are in the city today shopping ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

Nz I x s h t 4 FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1900 liii r y lii DAIJY DEMOCRAT I S u r tl W + I u IIIIII II I rH t i I t U i irtuI t i iI I I I I 11 I t I I 1 lot II iW L + r oi I i lJo u Wish to 9l1ake 2our Own I i Way fn tJhis World t t I iff SO ATTEND + I 4 t G + tt I i t i 1 r 1r il r 2 J t Ii I II tS G 1 il S t J i i I The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy Ml 1I i College in North Florida We secure POSITIONS for + i f all graduates I SCHOLARSHIPS i rj I 40 50 75 and 90 U I I F WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE AND SPECIAL CIRCULARS t f Ikt t SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE ti I + i Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street i I L M HATTOX J S STEPHENS H t President and Proplietor LIVE OAK T FLA Principal I I + 1 i + + j wl Q f + i uuu u u oI r I II I L 1 I I 1 i i1li 1 I I 1 The Wise Man t Doesnt your wife lecture you t 1I sometimes asked the relation c Yes answered Mr Meekton but I dont mind J feel safer when sho is at home lecturing me than when she is out playing bridge whist Washington Star Henry ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

4 T w ir SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 19O7 FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1907 ho 9rooTfS fn UheComparijon tC t 1 9111 rdc S j Particular people whose pride and name and pride in product goes into their stationery have preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for over fifteen years Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow care ful methods that make for firmness and perminance are still used in making tS ROfr5 1 Ietf5Mfi Its beau tiful color and texture its remarkable toughness and Brac ing qualities make it only a distinctive pap rbut the de luxe and incomparable paper for all business correspond ence Write your letters so that they will compel a read ing write them on WPNJ lli Q to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing of your house VqJfDOfJ rbl flIN costs U no more than lJ lJ V UJ 19 UJllV other VJJ boil 1 > i i rs but no other bond poper i < v e ou as well rn coot > M 1to D tik sh twine American Writing Paper Co Ir rw t vhuaaidh e ii i I colon I mat raw rri aw alha ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

rV a r s5z sT rc < f i TilE SUWAXNEK DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 10O7 8 asseE a J J B BARTON President H M WOOD Chairman Finance C m E J BLUME 1st VicePresident ARNOLD P MICKLER Cashier D L BYRD 2nd VicePresident 10000000 Liability a Capital and Stockholders The Citizens Bank of Live Oak A Bank of Stability Ale Solicit Your Busine a Hi 1 I 1 liII ofooJoInI1o < MIII HI I IH 1 Cl I II i 1 II I t J I t U + + The German Bakery + i EiS il A BRAN NEW INSTITUTION t 11 I I Bread Rolls Pies and Cakes III 7 J 1 Ei R r and all the products of a firstclas bakery M I Fresh Every Day Courteous treatment f t will be accorded all Your patronage solicited E a I J RUBENSTEIN Proprietor jilt A 4 t tit M 4 1 li 1 II I M + + + 1o + + t4S + H 1o + I 3 i I Having sold out my drtife business on account of my health Ask all WhO owe me to pIp ase to conife as soon as t j pbssiblo and pay their accounts as I I am ankloua tonay aly the outstand 1 ing accounts ag Inst the Live Oak Drug Co and getVfffor a w...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

fYG 11 aassfcw i V fti YV a I ark mtrctwe moavA r Eatb1iabed 11tDltt C MOUdated Auut 12 189f LIVE OAK FIXRII FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1OO7 VOL X No 20 ttabli101Mod 19 > r t t t Goods of Quality These are th only kind kept in our store We long ago discovered that it pays the purchaser to by the best grade merchandise and we are always ready to fill your wants DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING I spy VCz fIThis department contains an extensive line of the best goods Y Fl t the northern markets afford This seasons goods and not last 4 years will be found on our counters for your inspection In se D1 lecting your suit for this fall do not overlook the fact that the t best suit you can afford is the cheapest in the end Our ready i yj l9or y made clothing is tailored especially for our house SCtlltl e fle fti Malert f CWsneap tM Ladiesill find our dress goods department to be replete with attractive patterns in all the test fabrics Silks Panamas voiles and flannels for dress goods I jROCERIES AND SUPPLIES...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

> s Lt t THE SUWANNEEDESIOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1907 r HHh uuuHHHHU tlt 1 tJJJJJJJ I II 1111 III 1I111I11111 II 111I J I I III II I I II mm m II III II I I m n I I I II II m m HI II mm n Ill II mIl II m In iiitjin t + THE NEW YORK STORE 1 r Our large line of clothing is now complete in every detail Th Nothing stock w handle is made up of firstclass goods selected from general lines so hat every custo mers wants can be satisfied t II I I t Suits all sizes 5 to 1500 1 Shoes from 198 to 500 I Pants 98c to 845O Boys shoes from + 125 to 175 Boys knee pants 25c to 4Sc Bi line latest style ineis hats 125 250 i 0 0 t t t t Dry Goods A general line too big to mention in this par Ladies Jackets large line 300 up to 125O COME AND SEE OUR GOODS WE WILL TREAT YOU RI ETA 1 4 I A LAZARUS Proprietor t I TIt I V i III 1111 III 11I111111I1111I1 11I11I11I111111111111 1111 ilIUm lII U IIIIII lIm IUluun IIIU II II IIm nlm Om Inm III m m IIn mu u mmll11 1 j n J I NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notico Is her...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

R v S fA rb S SlPS h lk THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 19O7 + 11 i II i Ii fotH 1 I IH i + ot + tIS I 1 + 1 Hit M JJo + uiJ a II > > i i + + rt z + r hl At z H + I 11111 Hi I J I J lutJo11 iMi ill J IHtit4 > t I Fhh t 11111 t I It 4 r r < < I ANINTERESTINGi e I ONCE upon a time a gentleman from Houston who was visiting his brotherin lav at Live Oak asked him where he could buy a good suit of clothes for little money as Houston being a small town had no large clothing house His brotherinlaw having been acquainted with the GLOBE STORE for a good many years told him he knew a place where he could buy a good suit of cloths and save enough in the trade to Buy a Good Pair of Shoes and a Hat And they walked down the line until they reched the vcli known corner of Kowar street and Ohio avenue There is where the GLOBE STORE is located with a big fee of goods Clothing Dry Goods Hats Shoes and Ladies and ntlemens Furnishings They went in and found this store carried a b...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

LY ti < + tiA 4 1 THE SU AyEE r wfr rrwfcT KRIIJAY OCTOBER 18 1907 1 i4 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Published every Friday at Live Oak Florida Entered at the Live Oak PostoUice I as secondclass matter CHAS W IRVIN Editor and Mgr Subscription One Dollar Per Year A mighty fine old Confederate vet eran was honored when General Jewell was elected Mayor of Orlando the other day Again the rumor gets into the press that Governor Broward will bo a can didate tor the United States Senate next year We begin to suspect that there Is something in it It was a close call in Orange coun ty but three majority for prohibition is just as definItely a majority as 300 But with so slight a margin as that tho wets are very likely to stake a contest Ponsacola Is making great prepara tions to give a cordial welcome and generous entertainment to the United Confederate Veterans of Florida who met in annual reunion there on the 23rd of this month The old soldier who falls to go will miss a good tiling Ninety per cen...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

7r yr 5 r t t S e y y Pt l THE BUWANNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 11M 5 LOCAL NEWS from Fridays Daily W D Whatley the genial secre tary of tho County Cotton Growers Association Is hero today mixing with his friends Kid Cross arrested on a charge of grand larceny is a new recruit 011 the criminal docket for the October term of court J L Jowers who lives in the Rocky Sink neighborhood was on our streets today trading and looking after business matters Jno Foster was arrested night be fore last on a charge of assault and attempt to commit murder Ho gave bond for his appearanco at a pre liminary hearing before Judgo Con acr J M Drown and S J Brown of the Rocky Sink settlement were I among our friends from the country thin morning who are In town traJ lat j Ed Tlllman Is the father of a line eightpound girl that came to brighten his home yesterday Mr ij Tillman lives In the Pino Grovo set tlement Tho Suwanneo County Cotton Growers are In session this afternoon and will be addressed by C...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

is y t t 6 THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY CCTOBEIt 18 1907 H i How About This J HWc Also Have tar c C I You will never be or see anybody y = 1 1 1y w t a full line of the better dressed than well do it for you + v famous with Boyden and Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Johnson Murphy shoes from 580 to Heres one of the models all wool 4 611 perfect tailoring and well fit any man Our stock of shirts underwear who comes big little fat thin These Via hosiery is complete We are still hand andd clothes are made right the r a ling well known Emery shirt the j tt I r best shirt made to retail at 100 to 150 You want your clothes to fit we N rii wont sell them to you if they dont lJ Copyright I fY 7 by Hart Srharr C1 Marx No name and Stetson hats always on hand you know what they are the name is suffi cient ff6 J oc BUTLER BROS < Metis Outfitters Live Oak Florida a WIRELESS WORKS TODAY R i 5IARCOXI SYSTEM HANDLING I TRANSATLANTIC BUSINESS i t p pt THE PRESS DISPATCHES fiRST i 1t pS Qf Congratulat...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

MIL SCllAtitlS1 1t1tJtd11 t z Ul Vl lUG Ie 1J t TJ i 1 7oeoE J B BARTON President C J BLUME 1st VicePresident H M WOOD Chairman finance Com D L BYRD 2nd VicePresident ARNOLD P MICKLER Cashier Capital and Stockholders Liability 10000000 t a The Citizens Bank of Live Oak A Bank of Stability 1le Solicit Your Business tI LI t = r mt III IIIIIII II111 II II 1111 m 1m m m m mm I II m I111 II 1 I I I I I I I I I I I III I I I 1m I I I I I I 1111 I II I I I II 1m 11 mH SETTER GOODS FOR SAME MONEY Emporium Store NeWS SAME 630DS FOR LESS MONLY ftN It UDA OCTOHEK 15 1907 L s I1HRV7TOD Proprietor PHONE 159 FREE DELIVERY n tt SUITS > Mhipmunl of fiuo tailored ° a No two alike Gouts are loose fl y J t Rbt tit lnt short medium a I ort KBKlhs Alterations free v KiiarHHt a perfect fit S4t ht S I t iff on pnnama and voile skirts J ta black brown and blue plain and t Mtly trimmed One of a style IntMl 11 SO to 2000 No charge If fnr nUrutlons It I I InH tff1 itJttC or Hnn of E LIST s Lota ea l tOO i ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

N J s e rL i Si + THE SUWANNEB DEMOCRAT FRIDA OCi v BER 18 1007 S i POWOtK MILLS EXPLODE I FONTAXET INDIANA COMPLETE LY DES 1ROYED MORE THAN 600 WERE INJURED IluildingH Toni to Pieces More Than Two Miles Away i I Fontanet Ind Oct 15 Fontanot was practically destroyed today by the explosion of tho plant of the Du pont Powder Company The dead number from twentylive to fifty More than 600 persons were injured and every building in the town was partially leveled to tho wholly or ground Where stood a thriving and busy town of 1000 people this morning tonight thero is ruin and scattered wreckage Withput warning the powder milld even in number blew up at 915 1 this morning They employed 200 men and of these seventyfive were at work when the first explosion oc curred in the press mill In quick succession the glazing mill the two coining mills and the powder maga zine blew up followed by the cap mill In the magazine situated sev eral hundred yards from the mills were stored 40000 kegs of pow...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

at t 4 PART TWO The Suwannee Democrat PAGES 9 TO 161 t = t = im J cnIWatecl August 121f97 LIVE OAK FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1907 VOL XNo 20 OSS CHADWiCK DEAD pWKI AWAY PKACKKULLY IS OHIO IllMTKNTIARY COb Oct 10 Mm Casaiu CA4wKh wboo amazing financial tBaMcUoa culminated In tbo wreck it of ao Obcrlln O bank died in t6 sows w ward at tbo Ohio penl toatlary tonight at 1015 Mrs CtoUvtck had been In a comatose edUloo for oWe hours previous to bf tlAath and the end came peace fully No rrlad or relatives wait ed at for bediidc only the prison Mpaktaaa and honpltal attendants 1rid prrseat Her POD Emil HOOT ft 1st bwo M mmoa d from Cleve iatd but hI wa not expected to ar Hv Wforf tomorrow TO MOLT Tilt GAMIILKICN rar r1 I nU > a Pa 4ti Strong Re wrixthra On HcoU of Iiitmui lluttal OwfrrpBce Atae Oct 9 At a meeting of a fmrtaftt Union hHd at the con ttWIt a of tAr > ulon of the interna UeoaJ ceaf rrnco of cotton growers td ptuners Wednesday morning i IM r M > lutlt of Congressman Hef...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

rot Z Y R 10 THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18150 = + O 1 Ia c ti5tYbtrPx w The Hair Hardware Co LIVE OAK FLORIDA m THEY NEED NO PRAISE o > Wetter Jewel e e r FROM US 1 I STOVES AND RANGES FOR ALL CLASSES OF WORK f AMERICAN FIELD FENCE The Fencethat is bestadapted to your lands Try it and convince yourself 1 i i SherwinWilliams and Peaslee Cooking Utensils in Tinware and yy 1 Gaulbert Gos Paints two of the Enamel Ware The Blue Dia best We can prove this to you J j mond Crockery for everybody from Government reports JW4U from the modest price to the I Ask us and see f highest Oils Varnishes Stains Gims Pistols Rifles Ammunition For ate by Hair Hardware Co T u 4 = Shelf Hardware Primble Cutlery and something cold in the JERSEY ICE CREAM FREEZER Next time we WIll tell you more and dont forget I THE IIAIR HARDVlRE CO or I LIVE OAK FLORIDA + iraitaionone 1Ut fl fl4 fli Julius Caesar i was a mutt of nerve but sickness let t 4 y its mark and he became aged before his time Sickness...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

N V41 THE smVANlt DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1907 D J i i m m m au I m III m 1111 I II m II m m III III III m II mmm nUl m IJ 11111111 iii 4 Announcement For Fall And Winterr We beg to announce that our stock of fall and winter goods is now full and complete and we can show you the greatest variety and best I selected stock that it has ever been our pleasure to offer The demands have ben so heavy that our trade has increased to such that an extent we must carry larger stocks to cope with the situa tion It is very gratifying to us to be in a position to make these statements and thank you very much for your liberal patronage and hope to I merit a coneinuance of sane Our stock of dress goods is tip to date and you will find Mohairs Cashmeres fancy Wool Plaids Ribolines Silks and other lines to select frm besides a full stock of staple and fancy ginghams Uistings and skirt goods Trimmings Ribbons Embroidries etc in full supply Table linens Crash and Towel at last years prices and a lar...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 18 October 1907

o f n OCTOBER 18 1907 DEMOCRAT FRIDAY THE SU ANNEE 12 uuhhUUU I mI I WI I 1 III II 1111 III q lIIi i I lmHHiillilU hiiHllili iI iI Ii JI II i 11 t n IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 111I111I11I11I11 IHIIIIIIIIi Un ill II i I i II II i 1 II The Hinely Stephens Company LIVE OAK FLA r J w I r I I a r I Studebaker and Florence Wagons t t Log Wagons Turpentine Wagons a Tie and Wood Wagons Farm Wagons Dray Wagons Delivery Wagons and Road Wagons I4JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 11111111 11111111111111111111111111111 11 lmIlllllitmm 1 < SKA ISLAND COTTON GROwER They Wcro In Evidence at Atlanta Convention and Secured Sub slantiixl Results i I At tbo recent International conven lion In Atlanta oC the cotton spinners 1 t 1 of Europe and America and the cot ton growers of the South there was a fine delegation present from Florida representing the Sea Island cotton i 9 growers of this section They socurod I two representatives on the perma nent executive committee appointed 1 t I for f...

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