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

nwsv Ayx T90 I 1 a per h s k 1 r h < 6 az 1 f < PART TWO The Suwannee Democrat PAGES T016 f t Ielder Banner Established Established 1884 lass I Consolidated August 121897 LIVE OAK FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1107 VOL X No 22 OUTBREAK I lun INDIAN I sxmQUS TROUBLE IN THE I SKBIOUS i CHEYENNE RESERVATION t llftUlARS ARE ORDERED OUT 1 h < I nq Arc On the Trail of the Red r SkIns and Will Wind Them Up t I Washington Oct 25The tribe of Ute Indians which more than a year IO wandered away from their re If jwration in Utah and created trouble ii Colorado and Wyoming by threat f ening to take the warpath and raid r uaches is reported to have again Broken out ion the Cheyenne River reeeratlon in South Dakota where tie tribe was given temporary quar ters At the request of the secretary of the interior the war department F tordered troops from Fort Mead S D 4 Pi to the scene of the trouble The character of the outbreak is not E r known here P y BROWARD IS COMPLIMENTED i Oat of TwentyThre...

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. — 1 November 1907

jM aSYr Lt z TSf t + el i + 64IISy 1 5f t Z t r t aSi r 10 + 1 J i THE SUWAXNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 r ww i The Hair Hardware Co LIVE OAK FLORIDA I Wetter THEY NEED FROM N US PRAISE Jewel STOVES AND RANGES FOR ALL CLASSES OF WORK AMERICAN FIELD FENCE The Fence that is best adapted to your lands Try it and convince yourself SherwinWilliams and Peaslee Cooking Utensils in Tinware and Gaulbert Cos Paints two of the 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 Ask us and see highest 1 Oils Varnishes Stains Guns Pistols Rifles Ammunition zi For Sale by Hair Hardware Co I Shelf Hardware Primble Cutlery and something cold in the JERSEY I ICE CREAM FREEZER Next time we will tell you more and don t forget THE HAIR HARDWARE CO OF LIVE OAK FLORIDA t II + + I + + trIlo H + fr + + gMi + + + + 1 + fr + l fri + + + + + + + ot i wuI1I HoH HoHi f T I Do 2Olf Wish to 9l1ake Your Own t i i i Way k lih...

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. — 1 November 1907

ry THE STJWANXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 n u t I Announcement For Fall And WinterN We beg to announce that our stock of fall and winter goods is now full and complete and show the we can you thegreatest variety and best tt selected stock that it has ever been our pleasure to offer 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 It is gratifying to to be in R tion very us a position to make these statements and thank much for liberal and merit a coneinuance of same you very your patronage hope to H g 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 supply r Table linens Crash and Towels at last years prices and a large stock to select from HOBlttry and Underwear The largest stock we ha...

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. — 1 November 1907

1 t tine Rti4 T l + 7 Sw yt THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 190 12 ImmcmI 1 III mIl I 1 mw I 1 I I I The Hinely Stephens Company + It I LIVE OAK9 FLA P r L I i b I 1 I i i I I I I i Studebaker and Florence Wagons II Log Wagons Turpentine Wagons I Tie and Wood Wagons Farm I I Wagons Dray Wagons Delivery Wagons and Road Wagons I lll I z I I 11 II III 111I III 11I I I I I llm z 1111I1111111 II z I I I Ir m it 111 I I I LET US GIVE THANKS President Issues Impressive Thanks giving Proclamation v JHth the Day Washington Oct GPresident Roosevelt today issued his Thanks 1 giving proclamation through the secretary of state naming the last Thursday in November the 2Sth The proclamation follows Once again the season of the year has come when in accordance with the custody of our forefathers for generations past the president ap points n day as the especial occasion for all our people to give praise and is thanksgiving to God During the past year we have been free from famine from pesti...

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. — 1 November 1907

YYe qyei tR 2 F + S 3 u4 A M rt y f THE SUWANXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 19OT 13 Ii Ta i f r h h h i K I SHOT GUNS i FISHING TACKLE bi TRIPLES i FISHING RODS K x X < Li PISTOLS HOOKS PISTOL HOLSTERS i LINES f t K I GUN CASES = < < REELS r I GUN IHPLEMENTS POLES K i V V ETC ETC J WE WISH TO CALL i ETC ETC ETC fc l your attention to the large line of I GUNS PISTOLS AND SPORTING GOODS 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 Our prices are equally as low as you will find any where Call 1 r and see us y I 1 t HEADQUARTERS FOR 1 AMMUNITION 1 i SUWANNEE HARDWARE COMPANY s 1 One Price To Every One Is Our TVlotto 1 kiT7 1 7F7J7fFJi 7w 7 T7f 7fT ri l 7FT 1 T F757fm J irQtS5SseesSf8SSSS w J f L M DIXON DENTIST i I tt it pt TODOUTU CROW AND HUIDOK < > j b WORK SPECIALTIES < S l Co 1 Offices IB LcwinnuiUI c O r 11 G Mi ftiiliS S SSGeS Ul PRICE M D iYSICIAN AND SURGEON OiT...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

r 14 THE SCWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1007 Edrl + + yIloi I TlIi Ior IoiInI Mo + + + + lit + iuiltiTl1otIl + I ioiIIM + I + 1 + 1 t Ja + t I 1N H M t J t + + + i I f1 + Ja + IJI + o1tott + + II 1wwt Kl t Florida Live Stock and Vehicle 0 LIVE OAK FLORIDA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL r Horses Mules Driving Saddle r Farm and Draft Buggies Ed a Horses Mules i a i and Wagons Big Stock of BUGGIES AND WAGONS ALWAYS ON HAND i I WE J CAN PLEASE YOU IN PRICES COME AND SEE US 1 M y 4 + + 01 + J I lot xu U i I 11 U t tt 11 4 t a tirl + Hot + iloIrtuu > > it t Jt + + 01 1 + + 1 + + J1 + H J itI I t taMla < io + > > + Il > ioIz I FLORIDAS GAME LAWS I Open Season 15cjiiis November 1 i 4 1 Provisions of State Statutes it Deer November 1 to February 1 quail or partridge and wild turkey November 1 to March 1 duck Of i 1 to April 1 It is unlawful to kill game within one mile of West Palm j Beach and St Augustine Clay and I llernando counties have special laws Deer deer hides quail or ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

= ° s + THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 19O7 15 k E The Circus is Coming IN LIVE OAK M emu 7 lg T fW cIFAMOY s SHOWS j v Tie and Best of All I IJUIC5ST AND RJCHZST EXKOTnOH W THE WOPLD2 TRAINS OF CARS Biggest L ri BANDS O MUSIC 250 HORSZS AND PONiES 3 KIBDS OF lUtPHANTS DROVES C1 LUAU CAMZLSOMY EASY CAKS1 EVER SEEN IN THIS COUNTRY 200 ITWO SCORE MEN OF MV WOMEN CLOWNS n AND COMICAL i AND CHILDREN CHARACTERS t i ntmi tmmm Gentry Bros Shows ri Twa Complete Perfor X P Via Y ATER iT60i TMi5 mtntu Doily at 2 and Eri6 CGfSiRUCfEO F 8 P nt Doors Open f I One Hour Earlier for I IN TVJ 1 IfT lr > r t3 ° v lupectian 01 the Big V = DouJla Animal Tteiii g suw 1IlIR 11 5 Iii X OIYIOS Ccnortsas YASi saroreol CCMlI4 I y I T A ADMITS ONE TIGKETv13 I LIVE OAK MONDAY NOVEHBER 4TH f y rIU ° 7 7 w y ai N t 2 P M TWO PfRfORMHNCES 8 P M NX I i Marrlrrlc > th M gr1 s EVERY ANIMAL l I j i f j X IS TRAIAEDI c 5 < A = t t 2n 1 1 1 L = s X y iAI r s r ill r a Cn > tj r J t I ° t f > >...

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. — 1 November 1907

y F p F 1ft THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 wr 1 NOTICE I have at my place three miles 4 east of Wilmarth 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 troy my crop and I am compelled 10 keep her shut up Owner can get her by proving ownership paying for this notice and my expense of keeping her 827tt JAMES M ADAMS FOR SALE A nice farm onefourth mile from the corporation line west of Live Oak 212 acres 150 acres in cultiva tion 100 acres of new fresh land for cotton a nice 8room 2story dwel ling good barns 3 tenant houses 4 good young mules 2 twohorse wagons 4 sets of harness onehorse 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 118 I head of hogs corn and potatoes Will I sell all or a part of the farm at a bargain Come and see me before buying...

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. — 1 November 1907

mss t r S t Y hy f Official Organ of City of ate 1 1 Large CircuIatioR Coveiiuf t Coanty jive Oak Florida and Suwannee m t tmromtee rmurrat Smvannee Counties and Adjoining r ° r s r Teder Eatsbluhed gatabluhed 1834 lass f Consolidated August 121337 LIVE OAK FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 VOL 33 No 22 4k WE3 WJi MJOtMOfMOt i E WE3 E WE E H E E3wE3 E WHWE3WE E1W WHWE33 E3WE 111 M T T T T T T T T T T T XT T Al T T T 011 l11 l11 IR Al T A T T T T T T II a Winter Clothes W E lnter at es AWE i j r Is a subject we are all interested in at this time You are anxious to get good honest val A4 I ues for your money and we are interested in keeping our stock up to that high mark of 3E W k f quality that guarantees to l you the best service and to us a satisfied pf Y f patronage ti I We recommend our line of W E 11 l r yd W I 3 MehIo88 t4IiaLtg T M n a rf q Y as standard in every particular ° E v IJ y b Jv Mens latest style all wool suits from = = = = 800 to 2500 W Youths sizes 3 piece suits = = ...

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. — 1 November 1907

1t t Co J THE SUWAANKK DJSMOCKAT KKil > Ai A O V J JUifcOt A vo i SUWANXEE couxrr 4 REPORT OF LICENSES issued by the TaxCollector Duplicates of which have been filed with the County Judge for the period beginning on the first day of October A D 1906 and and ending on the 1st day of October A D 1907 o ti Period ofLic ° 0 TO WHOM ISSNED FOR WHAT PURPOSE o a + = = = = = From I To f 00 E 0 I I I j 1906 j1907J I 1 Scott Stewart Merchant stock less than 100 Oct 1 Oct 13001150 2 Betsy Bradfield Merchant stock less than lOO Oct 1 Oct 1 3 00 150 3 Alberta Taylor j Restaurant accommodation for four J persons Oct 1Oct 1 500 250 4 W D Frederick One pool table Oct 1lOct llOOO 500 5 W D Frederick One pool table Oct IjOct 1 1000 500 6 W D Frederick One pool table Oct liOct 1 10 00 500 7 G M Brim Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 1lOct 1 3 00 150 8 Ike Middleton Merchant stock less than lOOOjOct 10ct Ij vs00 150 r 9 Mrs Me Barrow Merchant stock less than 1OOU Oct l0ct 11 300 150 3S 10 Ike Middle...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

THIS SUWAAAELJ UJMOCKAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11907 3 h I a J T 1 w Ycf wT C > ft GRtATtSTYS S YS K The First Manufacturers Outlet Sale at e New York Store BEGIINIING FRIDAY NOVEMBER EIGHTH FOR TEN DAYS E have now on our shelves and counters a Very Large Stock of Fall Goods consisting of Clothing Dry Goods WE Hats and Notions which we are offering the people of Suwannee County for the NEXT TEN DAYS at prices that will certaily move the entire Stock quickly Rememeber these are all new goods direct from theman turersnever opened or handled until they arrived at our store They are the very latent patterns for Fall and Win ter and especially selected for this climate The very goods you need right now are yours in this sale at lower prices than you ever dreamed of We will convince you of our value giving if you give us a chance to show you our goods DRY GOODS 1 j r f i + y m r J k Ii i tiLk Y a r 1 In t 11111 tu I t 1 t Jackets 298 Ladies Misses Jackets J 123 A 275 1250 Ladies lane cloaks 3...

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. — 1 November 1907

s 4 THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 T J SDWUfflEE DEMOCRAT I Published every Friday at Live Oak Florida Entered at the Live Oak Postoffice as secondclass matter CHAS W IRVIN Editor and Mgr Subscription One Dollar Per Year As General Gilchrist has declared against State prohibition he ought to be the favorite candidate for Gover nor down Tampa way If Governor Broward does run for the Senate now or next time he will be kept mighty busy explaining the 7 reprieve of the Jacksonville negro rape fiend The date of the Farmers Union Sea Island Cotton Convention which had been called to meet at Lake City November 1st has been changed to November 15th President Trawick has sent out official notices to that effect The man who makes one factory grow in his community where none grew before or two grow where only one grew before is the kind of great man we need in Florida now We will all encourage his candidacy and support him unanimously The twentyfourpage Homeseekers edition of the...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

< M y y ttf THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 rs I i y LOCAL NEWS Fridats Daily IJ1 vincy Lowe aged 74 years ts In the Pine Grove 7t home at her 1 Iel and will be jjewent yesterday I jt today at the family burying iCif Td at Swift Creek in Hamilton Lowe was the widow of e gatp Mrs and leaves five child nomas Lowe reside in this coun all of whom r devout mem If181 Mrs Lowe was a evou SSroI the Methodist church rr B Saturdays Daily is here today from McCook L WA > fllitrlct No2 of Rossburg is in town jL J Bass r tndlng today is here today from tho Lamb t aJ f leeky Sink neighborhood jr is among the outof out fti11 visitors here today of Pine Grove is in Sip Hagen ° < trading Met n today t I J M Helton of liger Lake is f lure today on business i Mrs Eliza Furgerson of Houston + bin the city today shopping t i D M Warner is here today from jH Rocky Sink community I J W Espey and wife of Rossburg we in the city today shopping Jessie Hurst of Padlock was 1 this morning...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

49 ° acSx r ti s s y i z t r VWf iI y g a 6 THE SUWAATTEE DEMOCRAT PllU 1Y NOVEMBER 1 1907 n f E J BLUME VicePresident J B BARTON President H M WOOD Chairman Finance Com o A D L BYRD 2nd VicePresident ARNOLD P MICKLER Cashier Capital and Stockholders Liability 10000000 f THE CITIZENS BANK OF LIVE OAK > J f i A BANK OF STABILITY AE SOLICIT YOUR OUSIINES j r4 1s A DESTRUCTIVE STORM GALVESTOX TEXAS IX THE GUlP OF 72MILE WIND ONE j WOMAN WAS KILLED And n Good Many Others Were Seri ously Injured Galveston Oct 30A northwest storm of short duration with heavy rain passed over this city early to day The wind attained a velocity of 72 miles an hour for two minutes About twenty frame houses were blown down one woman being killed in a falling structure It is estimat ed that twenty persons were injured in the western part of the city wheie the wind was severe Several busi nss houses were unroofed and the stocks of goods were slightly damag ed by water The Mallory line wharf shed was damaged ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

T V t 1 y THE SlTVrANNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 T SPECIAL ATTRACTION H Directed to our large and well selected stock of Mens Youths and Boys Clothing 3fens Overcoats and Raincoats Ladies Raincoats Misses and Childrens Clhaks a If Also to our large stock of dreSs trimmings iCommeScing 011 next Monday November 4th and continuing for Thirty Days we make special prices on all goods as mentioned abova If you need anything in this e come and see us Now is your opportunity to get supplied for the winter We also have a full supply of underwear of of all kinds which is being offered at AT RACTIVE prices Same as past two years you will find it to your advantage to exam lie this stock before you bay We have just received one car load 150 bbls Kaufmans tW high grade Patent Flour which we considet the best goods we have ever offered I there is none better on the market and few equals is eAer brought to this market The I strongest guarantee goes with it E if Highest market prices paid fo...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

Ps a U s x z 1t b THE SUWANXEE DEMOCRAT FRiUVV XGrnhi WG i t + I + + 41 + t I t I + + t t t t 10 + n i t i H I I 1 + tIT + Ici + I + OHJ + Ie + I 1Io + + 11 I oJ IJIIHoIiutoo + rI + + y h hd + d i Have You Heard the Latest ky r + I 4 ON the corner of Ohio avenue and Howard street where i 7 the GLOBE STORE is located with a big stock of cloth I ing hats shoes ladies and gents furnishings a stock amount I a ing to nearly 1 f4 I Twenty = five Thousand Dollars t guaranteed to fit and suit every body in any thing you want liii I i WE invite you to call and see our stock of goods which is o now larger and better than it ever was Mens suits in black and all colors 5 750 900 1000 ii g 14 1 1250 and 1500 II 1 I J Mens pants in black and all colors 1 125 150 200 300 400 and 500 1 Boys suits a big line from 150 up to 500 Mens shoes 150 2 3 4 and 500 l Ladies shoes 1 t 125 150 2 3 350 I It We call especial attention of the ladies to our line of skirts From now until Christmas we will sell our s...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

e a cI ti lg i vftRT TWOThe Suwannee Democrat PAGES 9 TO 16 s 1 f i Established ley Consolidated August 12 1897 LIVE OAJC FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 19O7 VOL X No 22 W r I INDIAN OUTBREAK I ioIIB TROUBLE IN THE CEYENNE RESERVATION PURS ARE ORDERED OUT a uiv Are On the Trail of the Red fldM and Will Wind Them Up t Washington Oct 25 The tribe of JU Indians which more than a year o wandered away from their re ration in Utah and created trouble Jt Colorado and Wyoming by threat r lBg to take the warpath and raid fiches is reported to have again 1 = broken out on the Cheyenne River fnwrratlon in South Dakota where l the tribe was given temporary quar terb At the request of the secretary el the interior the war department I entered troops from Fort Mead S D to tbe scene of the trouble The 1 character of the outbreak is not f known here if BROWAKD IS COMPLIMENTED tOat of TwentyThree Governors He and One Other Were Selected It St Louis Oct 26Governor Broward of Florida was a guest of the >...

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. — 1 November 1907

0 fhJ I 10 + oi J THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 6 t The Hair Hardware Co LIVE OAK r r FLORIDA I Wetter THEY NEED FROM N US PRAISE Jewel Y STOVES AND RANGES FOR ALL CLASSES OF WORK AMERICAN FIELD FENCE The Fence that is best adapted to your lands Try it and convince yourself SherwinWilliams and Peaslee Cooking Utensils in Tinware and L Gaulbert Cos Paints two of the IILN Enamel Ware The Blue Dia best We can prove this to you jE mond Crockery for everybody r from Government reports from the modest price to the Ask us andsee f highest I Oils Varnishes Stains Guns Pistols Rifles Ammunition For Sale by Hair Hardware Co I Shelf Hardware Primble Cutlery and something cold in the JERSEY ICE CREAM FREEZER Next time we will tell you more and don t forget I THE HAIR HARDWARE CO I OF LIVE OAK FLORIDA I fIio + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ioHoz + + + + + 1 < z + + t + + + + + + + I 0 0 cssf i I IF T o 2 au itisn to O7 cice < ft our Own t i t I ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

= rw c = fVr = f THE SUWANXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER lr 1907 11 II II II II II II II II II II II II II tt II II II r fI II II II II II It r fI U 1111 II II II J J II II I Announcement For Fall And Winter i 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 a n selected stock that it has ever been our pleasure to offer JSS 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 S 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 tt r merit a conemuance of same I r J Our stock of dress goods is up to date and you will find Mohairs Cashmeres fancy Wool Plaids Ribolines L Silks and other lines to select from besides a full stock of staple and fancy ginghams waistings and skirt goods I Trimmings Ribbons Embroideries etc in full supply T...

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. — 1 November 1907

S v 43 jtrt 1 w r r 4Pr e i i r s V4 fi < < rtN cry K 4 12 THE SUAVAXNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER lt 19OT I IUrmmmUmlt mmmmmmmm I I I m 11 m I I I I m I I m m m I m I I II m m mw 1 I m II 1 i A < I The Hinely Stephens CompanyI LIVE OAK FLA Ir it I f + Studebaker and Florence Wagons I Log Wagons Turpentine Wagons Tie and Wood Wagons Farm Wagons Dray Wagons Delivery Wagons and Road Wagons l mlllll I mllllll I I mmm I I I I r I I II I m 1m II mm I him LET US GIVE TIIAXKS President Issues Impressive Thanks giving Proclamation Xov 28th the Day Washington Oct 6President Roosevelt today issued his Thanks I giving proclamation through the secretary of state naming the last Thursday in November the 2Sth The proclamation follows Once again the season of the year has come when in accordance with the custom of our forefathers for generations past the president ap points a day as the especial occasion for all our people to give praise and thanksgiving to God During the past year we have...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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