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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 25 October 1907

+ Hxe r Tis K wj 74 a e t i s a 4 4 a z a i PART TWO The Suwannee Democrat PAGES 9 TO 161 y Wider Established 1S84 Consolidated August 12 1S97 LIVE OAK FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 1OO7 VOL X No 21 I rarlrr EstabllSHOu Jowl CRIMINAL COURT OVER ADJOURNED SATURDAY AFTER NOON AFTER A WHEKS SESSION LIQUOR SELLERS SENTENCED TIU7 Get One car In Prison Kith No Alternative 7 Friday the last cases on the docket act previously disposed of wer brought to trial Most of these were petty cases some of which were con tinued and one nail passed on pay ment of costs r During the sitting of this session there were thirteen convictions anil aloe acquittals During the October term but prior to this sitting of the court there had been nine pleas of I guilty entered and sentence passed I The thirteen cases convicted during 4 this session and the line or sentence 1 imposed on each were as follows j J J Kinsman Bully Pinkney Ino Jordan Charley Boiser Israel Rico i charged with selling liquor without license s...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 25 October 1907

j r Ti 5 iw1m > 5sV fi ± y j t R + K KV fh fSff Y + > XV K 4 t F1 u 10 THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1OO7 OO ygQfll t glg g i The Hair Hardware Co r LIVE OAK FLORIDA Y THEY NEED NO PRAISE Wetter Jewell 1 ILLeI FROG US I STOVES AND RANGES FOR ALL CLASSES OF WORK AMERICAN FIELD FENCE i i The Fence that is best adapted to your lands Try it and convince yourself SherwinWilliams and Peaslee i1ItJ Cooking Utensils in Tinware and Gaulbert Cos Paints two of the NLI N Enamel Ware The Blue Dia best We can prove this to you mond Crockery for everybody from Government reports from the modest price to the t i Ask us and see highest ti Oils Varnishes Stains Gims Pistols Rifles Ammunition For Sale by Hair Hardware Co Shelf Hardware Primble Cutlery and something cold in the J JERSEY ICE CREAM FREEZER Next time we will tell you more and dont forget I THE HAIR HARDWARE co OF LIVE OAK PLORIDA Xoticc of Application for Tax 1tl1 tnd c T Section H of Chapter tSHH iJiws of Florida Notice i...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 25 October 1907

c3 < Jii < i r + 4 < 1io aY + M itir > a l a < y 3 s r THE SUWANXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 19O7 11 = i = = m mlI = = = I = II = = L = = = = = = = = = = = = n = = = 1 I = I m = tt Announcement For Fall And Winter I 5 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 selected stock that it has ever been our pleasure to offer I The demands have been so heavy that our trade has increased to such an extent that we must carry larger stocks to cope with the situa 5 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 merit a coneinuance of same B Our stock of dress goods is up to date and you will find Mohairs Cashmeres fancy Wool Plaids Ribolines Silks and other lines to select from besides a full stock of staple and fancy ginghams waistings and skirt goods Trimmings Ribbons Embroideries etc in full s...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 25 October 1907

4 L r r s 4 = DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 19O7 ii tr 1 THE 8UWANNEE w III mlll II II I II III J If 11111 1111 III i IIII illI J I III I II lallUUtJIlllUUlt Mmllluummmmlll nmum mmmmmmlllmmmlII I II 111I I mmlmm I 11m II I III lntu i I illll mi IIII i 11111 I 11I1 U 4 f The Hinely Stephens Company 1 LIVE OAK FLA A t I f 1 i Ii I 4 i Studebaker and Florence Wagons I Log Wagons Turpentine Wagons I Tie and Wood Wagons Farm Wagons Dray Wagons Delivery j 1 Wagons and Road Wagons dl filiI I I II I ntUlII m 1 I I IIIIIm IImmlllSUI I11II1 mm III lamb 1III11 Ii IUUIt WARNING TO COTTON GliOWKUS Itagland Will Get Cotton Klsewhere Before Paying Us Fancy lrices Chicago Oct OA warning to American cotton growers that cotton gambling and attempts to maintain prices at an abnormally high level i would result ultimately in the crip pling of the countrys cotton export trade was sounded last night by C W Macara at a banquet given for 11 > European cotton manufacturers Mr Macara is the largest individ l...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 25 October 1907

i t t1 > l THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 IDS 13 4 t SHOT GUNS FISHING TACKLE RIFLES FISHING RODS PISTOLS HOOKS PISTOL HOLSTERS f LINES GUN CASES REELS I GUN IHPLfcMENTS + POLES WE WISH TO CALL i ETC ETC f I ETC ETC ETC yyy yy y 6 r your attention to the large line of GUNS PISTOLS AND SPORTING GOOIIS I we now have in stock We can frankly say that our line is complete in every respect and is the largest to be found in this section of the country a Our prices are equally as low as you will find any where Call 16 and see us HEADQUARTERS FOR k AMMUNITION 16 Pp SUWANNEE HARDWARE COMPANY i K One Price To Every One Is Out Vlotto f L m 7 ir7rr i 7z Tr x m m m m 0 egS355S SaS F DR L M DIXON i DENTIST J I co I OBTODONTIA CROWN AND KKIUOK O WORK SFKCIALTlEs CO l = Offices to Iewin ItutUInc 1 S SBsSSSSSSS x Ss 1 J M PRICE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON f OFFICE PITON 150 RESIDENCE PHONE 132 ffle ta Rear of Suwnnme Irma tur r I T Andersen MD G R CrecVrnore M D Anderson Creekmore i euer Ph...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 25 October 1907

1 r Yt r r + + g p f c f u j 11M I a 53 I s 14 Tar SLWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1907 I I I Hioit 1 I J I 10 IHI JoioolI II + ot tJr ZlfooI + + + io11 + lo 1 + + + ie ot I ut I t I I I HI I 1 t I II E t I to + + r1o H > + + 01 30Eo w + Hot I I i r I 1 Florida Live Stock and Vehicle C 4 LIVE OAK FLORIDA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Horses Mules Driving Saddlet js Farm and Draft Buggies I i i Horses Mules and Wagons ° A Big Stock of 1 i 1 BUGGIESLAND WAGONS ALWAYS ON HAND i t I I WE CAN PLEASE YOU IN PRICES COME AND SEE US 4 + + Ieoiwt + rfIf WHIM + + + + + I + + + IZoIu + O IowoH + oHoIocoiIHoww oot + toO OMr + loo I I i Hir II I lIIIi < TI IIJtI lei 11 n I t I One Was Wise Penitent Old LHlyI have boon a 1 great sinner more than eighty years f and didnt know it + Old Colored Servant knowed it all dc time Christian Instructor i i J ° li lii Notice to Our Customers We are pleased to announce that II t Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs I colds and lung troubles is not affect i 1 + ed ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 25 October 1907

3 4 > r S THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1907 = 15 M I Health is w P More THan 7 OJ WealTh 1 1 PoLAROS SflOWtt Wse LINIMENT BALLARD KINO i i SNOW OF i Wiz Jf LINIMENT THEM ALL AND will always have good health you vThnt is moro to a man than brood health All the money in the world cant make happiness where health is unknown Bollards Snow Liniment Rheumatism Cuts Burns Sprains Neural la CURES Sores Stiff Joints Contracted Muscles Lama I Back and all the Ills that Flesh is Heir to i One Who Knows J G Scott Salt Lake City Utah writes tl I cannot too highly praise your Ballards Snow Liniment for i tho relief of acute rheumatism caused by sudden change and exposure to tho weather I also recommend omr your 1 Ballards Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds a Thoso used together des all pain GET THE GENUINE Three Sizes 25c 50c 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co m V f 500502 North Second Street 1 ST LOUIS a MISSOURI 4 Sold and Recommended by Suwannee Drug Company m mlmlllmmmm mIl I mI I m...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 25 October 1907

Sf TV K r A a 1 a y 16 THE SUWAXNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 10OT NOTICE I I have at my place three miles tast of Wllmarth on the Suwannee river a yellow sandy colored sow marked crop and split in right ear and under slope In left ear This sow has been breaking into my field causing other hogs to get in and des M1 troy my crop and I am compelled to keep her shut up Owner can get her by proving ownership paying for this t notice and my expense of keeping her s274t JAMES M ADAMS C FOR SALE i A nice farm onefourth mile from the corporation line west of Live Oak 212 acres 150 acres in cultiva f tion 100 acres of new fresh land for cotton a nice 8room 2story dwel ling good barns 3 tenant houses i good young mules 2 twohorse I wagons 4 sets of harness onehorse i wagon good buggy and harness all farming tools sugar mill and kettle one Jerse ycow will give 3 gallons per day 550 bushels of corn 11S head of hogs corn and potatoes Will r soil all or a part of the farm at a 1 bargain Come and...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 26 October 1907

w mggzssnF f > < < p j x f e S r i W l j r Z LIVE f OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT J ate VOL II No 202 LIVE OAK FLORIDA SATURDAY OCTOBER 2O 19O7 TEN CENTS A WEEK r K w C I t t t v k I 4 4w T g t + t II j NY g ea work s jeIIt UW a1oT Us e1l ISJ8 J Ii T 66 JrC nt no titIt Cs 5f I l ASTER JOE BAILEY AGAIN STATE SENATOR SEXTER HEADS TUB MOVEMENT HIS RESIGNATION IS WANTED Because < If His Alleged Connection With Standard Oil Company Dallas TeXj Oct 5A movement which has for its object the recall of Joseph W Bailey from the United States Senate was launched in Dallas tonight when State Senator E G Senter of Dallas the leader of the malcontents addressed a mass meet ing In the city hall Senator Senter has declared that he will offer in the Thirtyfirst Legislature a resolution demanding the resignation of Bailey because of his alleged connection with the Standard Oil Company and will ask the people of Texas to in dorse this course both by direct ex pression on their primary ballots and by t...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 26 October 1907

i I LIVE OAK DAILY DRMOCPwVT SATURDAY OCTOBER 2U IOO7 STATE OFFICERS N B Browafd GovernorD H Clay Crawford Secretary of State Wm V Knott Treasurer A C Croom Comptroller W H Ellis Attorney General B E McLin Commissioner of Agri culture x W M Holloway State Superintend ent Public Instruction Ernest Amos State Auditor W B Saddler Assistant Auditor SUPREME COURT T M Shackleford Chief Justice A W Cockrell J B Whitfield r < l Fenwick Taylor It g Parkhill W t > t A Hocker Associate Justices I E RAILROAD COMMISSION It Hudson Burr Chairman N H i Blitch J L Morgan Royal C Dunn Secretary I f I MEMBER OF CONGRESS SECOND DISTRICT Frank Clark THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ik r 15 H Palmer Judge i Cary A Hardee States Attorney COUNTY OFFICIALS J B Johnson State Senator i MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE i SENTATIVES r W R Dorman W H McClellan y t f 1 J Nr Conner CountyJudge J W Bryson Clerk Circuit Court 1 1 H Ilickerson Sheriff G B Lord Treasurer J N Meeks Tax Collector A D Hemming Tax Assessor J E Wood Cou...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 26 October 1907

ti y X Z s + 93 igy M ix i F 4 > L rr r r IVJ OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1907 J illf IHH vrTTTTJTT1TTTTTTTTTTTTT + T T TTTTTMHTrT T1 M MM 7TTT T T t + M I 1 ISIH1II 1 tff11 I t J I 1 J J t 5 + I + f lni < I IItI + II 1 t tt I 10 Jti t J1 IJ + + + + + to + + + I I I Z Tof + + + OZ i 4r r I LIVE OAK Ij r + j 1 1 PUBLISHING V f + Vfi Nor Ieii fi t4 COMPANY r + z ± 1 > 1J s 1t + t 10 1 N N N NNNNN NNNN + N + N 1NNWNN 111N N N M p H H NNNHNNLN MNNH N HNNNNNIINNN c Book News and Commercial g tl ± 1r P N TVT T I T I It H N A H H a PRINTERS + HI I ft j II I I 1 I f n m NHNNNN NNNN U1 I I I II II I I I I i F T 1 1t t t t + NO job is too large and none too small for iJ us to handle and everything in the jfl I Printing Line comes easily within our limit Ii + t tt o DR stock of Bond Linen and Rag Papers t is one of the largest carried in Florida i + t t and with a well equipped modern Printing Ii Plant new type and artistic printers we I can furnish you with Stationery as c...

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. — 26 October 1907

° 1 t i9 a I II r c > fd Y r ty3 t l fi 1 LIVE OAK DA1LT DEMOCRAI SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 1907 < > LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT Published every Afternoon Except Sunday r CHAS W IRVIN Editor and Mgr I Entered at the Postoffice Lire Oak Florida as Second Class Mall Mat ter November 7 1905 THE LlYE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be mailed to any part of the Unite I States pastage prepaid for 500 r per year 5250 for six months 125 for three months or 50 cents i for five weeks in advance De livered to any part of the city by carrIer for 10 cents per week Governor Broward has goue to SL Louis where he speaks today before the Commercial club of that city oil a the growing issue of the improvement of inland waterways especially the Mississippi river Another Confederate veteran of the good old kind was honored in the election of General W L Wittich of Pensacola to succeed General Jewell as commander of the Florida I Division of Confederate Veterans II George Harvey tells us i...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 26 October 1907

ft + a In SYiY + Vil gLidFb44F v S FvM1 r 8 M1 re s LIVE OAK DAILY DDfOCRAT SATLRuAY OCTOBER 26 1D07 I r News of Live Oak and Su Locals And Personals wannee County Gathered I by the Reporter I THEY COME AND THEY GO I t J i yy A McCook Is here today from strict No2 J Bass of Rosshurg is in town Trading today U 1J J Lamb Is here today from Ihe ky Sink neighborhood U WANTED A good cook Mrs J i I B Barton I W M Blitch of Santa Fe is reg I istered at the Ethel today j I j S J Brown is among the outof J fn visitors here today 1 1 Shop Hagen of Pine Grove is ii J to today trading j L J M Helton of Iger Lake is 1 Abefetoday on business s a C A > Johnson is here today look s lug after ktniBiness affairs v Mr Cook reports six squirrels and a few birds killed yesterday 11 B Eliza Furgerson of Houston 1n the city today shopping I D II W2irner is here today from t ocky Sink community tu J W 5 pey and wife of Rossburg a D the city today shopping Vn i Jessie Hurst of Padlock was 4 h W een on ou...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 26 October 1907

f s r C X UA1TY iliSMOCRAr SATURDAY OCTOBER U G 1907 t iH 11 1 JtS i 1 S S I t I La 1 J < < I H II 1 + I + MIIIMM I M MIM I IM < I MK HMMMTW I i 90 26 u Wish to 9l1ake 2iour Own t Way fn fjhes World I + If SO ATTEND i 99 2 i t t H or I + I 11 r 1 II ci11i 7 il r 11 lor + I + jiiiii The Standard Commercial Shorthand an Telegraphy College in North Florida We secure POSITIONS for E all graduates + SCHOLARSHIPS i 40 50 75 and 90 i M + + 11 RITE FOi FREE CATALOGUE AXI SPECIAL CIIiCULAKS t + SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE I Corner Ohio Avenue ami Conner Street t L M 1IATTOX y TT7TH f A TT T7 T A G S STEPHENS President and Proprietor LIVE OAK FLA Principal i a t t + t a II II + II II II + II + x + 1 + 1 i J 1111 + + i lo M T T T TTTT T tTUTT7TTTTTTTr TTTTTTT T T 10 TATTTT IIrzIII Iot I1 TT T 3j I European Revenue What was your impression of t Europe Well answered Mr Cumrox judging from what mother and the girls say there doesnt seem to be much to the place except art and matrimony It d...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 26 October 1907

5ff J M 1 W W V J i inl i p LH W TIlE SUAVANXEE DEMOCRAT SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1907 1 he Proof fs fn oheCo7l1parJon r I tip ot + 1 1 v q I a t i i Particular people whose pride and name and pride in product goes into their stationery have r preferred Coupon Bond irrespective of price for fifteen 7 > 1 tC over 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 f 1 RJ r E > f r rr 111 fn Its beau tiful color and texture its remarkable toughness and erac > ing qualities make it only a distinctive paperbut the de luxe and incomparable paper for all busness correspond ence Write your letters so that they will compel a read ing write them on WOO to strengthen their appeal and to reflect the standing of your house VlQO lun jUI 5 C i NlfN costs no more than x J V lr U UJ 12 Uj ji other good bond papers but no other bond poper will serve you as well The COUPON BONO b > K hwin e Aill rican Writing ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 26 October 1907

I m f n e r THK auwAtNEJC DEMOCRAT SATURDAY OCTOBER 10O7 1 SEE > E J BLUME 1st VicePresident J B BARTON President H M WOOD Chairman financeConwx it D L BYRD 2nd VicePresident ARNOLD P MICKLER Cashier 14 I Capital and Stockholders Liability s 10000000 it I THE CITIZENS BANK OF LIVE OAiK1 t fft A BANK OF ABILITV VUE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE ii II I Nl 2SZS S2SZS2S SZS2SZ J Looking Prosperous 1 y YOULL look like prosperity if we can get you to wear our Hart Schaffner Marx 4 clothes such clothes increase your business ° I 41 tl Wi value to yourself and your associates They increase your self respect too youll find that the knowledge that youre wearing 1 y c a allwool when your friends are wearing part > a Y cotton will be worth something to you k If we get these clothes on you well be do = I I d ing you a favor I 4 V d r 20 to 3500 F k L k f k1 T BUTLER BROTHER S 0 4 i WENS OUTFITTERS t tt Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner 6f Marx LiV DElI < Flc > ridaC t b i 1i I 2lS2S2lS2S 2S...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 28 October 1907

r r1 1 31 r f 7 w z y a ly r M I II LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT 1 = = z I VOL II No 203 LIVE OAK FLORIDA MONDAY OCTOBER 28 100T TEN CENTS A WEEK afAR m HIRAL VANS BE IROMOTKI > TO LIKELY W h ADMIRAL fffSIDENT RECOMMENDS IT Bat Is Conditional Upon Congress Giving Sanction i Gidl Yoct Washington Oct 27The great r battleship flefi j which is to make its Ray from the Atlantic to the Pacific probably wif be commanded by a lice admiral d that officer now Rear Admiral a bely D Emus Of eearse this is conditional upon Con pe3 giving its unction to the pro j t peal that will b made by the execu the to establish his new rank in the American navy The idea Is 1 a new one In fact < Ac President n his last annual mesas well a the lICe to Con e as as Secretary of ha Navy in his annual report have inSdea recommendation a to that effect utVithout securing tl approval of Congress Now how mr conditions arl believed to be sere favorable han ever before for tMa project Admfral Evans is going It sail In...

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. — 28 October 1907

J < ten I LIVE OAK DAILY DKMOCKJIT MONDAY OCTOBER 28 1007 < J STATE OFFICERS N B Broward Governor H Clay Crawford Secretary of State Win V Knott Treasurer A C Croom Comptroller W H Ellis Attorney General p B E McLIn Commissioner of Agri culture s W M Holloway State Superintend ent Public Instruction Ernest Amos State Auditor Yr 1V B Saddler Assistant Auditor f SUPREME COURT T M Shackleford Chief Justice A W Cockrell J B Whitfield Fenwick Taylor R C Parkhill W A Hocker Associate Justices RAILROAD COMMISSION II Hudson Burr Chairman N H mitch J L Morgan Royal C Dunn Secretary MEMBER OF CONGRESS SECOND DISTRICT Frank Clark THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT B H Palmer Judge j Cary A Hardee States Attorney COUNTY OFFICIALS J B Johnson State Senator MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRE SENTATIVES W R Dorman W H McClellan J N Conner County Judge J W Bryson Clerk Circuit Court J II RIckerson Sheriff t G B Lord Treasurer J X Meeks Tax Collector t j A D Hemming Tax Assessor J E Wood County Superintendent Public ...

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. — 28 October 1907

yy i j yyy t i e nK Iitti iiFMOOUAT MONDAY V OCTOBER 28 1907 = t A A Visit From Dr Sletld I The friends of Dr Andrew Sledd president of our State University E have just enjoyed a delightful visit L from him extending from Saturday evening until today noon Yesterday he preached two highly interesting t and instructive sermons at the Metho dist church which were pronounced by those who have known him best as very superior efforts This morning r he together with some other friends paid our high school a visit and the Doctor made a short but very appro priate address to a part of the stud ent body After which he passed I t t through all of the rooms of the build ing viewing the entire school it t will be very gratifying to all to know that he spoke in the highest terms of Professor Edwards and his manage ment of our school after having look ed over the institution He walked about the business portion of town and expressed much surprise at the Improvements that have been made since his l...

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. — 28 October 1907

+ t s w I t yl F t 4 LIVE OAK DAILiZ DKMOCKJ MONDAY OCTOBER 23 1907 t LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT Published every Alteration Except Sunday A CHAS W IRVIN Editor and MgT v tr Cntered at the Postoffice Live Oak i JIO Florida as Second Class Mail Mat ter November 7 1905 THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY i THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be mailed to any part of the United States pastage prepaid for 500 per year 250 for six months 125 for three months or SO cents lor five weeks in advance De M1 livered to any part of the city by 4 carrier for 10 cents per week i If Governor Bro a does run for t the Senate n v 0 e t Urie he will s be kept might busyg plaining the reprieve of theXlac onville negro rape fiend Editor CarterVf the Jacksonville Metropolis seems Co beguiling slow ly but surely out ofoXiis dangerous illness with the brlgntWospect of an early restorationto health and we are all glad to hear it The date of the Farmers Union Sea Island Cotton onvention which tl had been called ee t Lake City II...

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