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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

r 4 w r 7 t f c J AT i 1 THE SUWAll EE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMB 1 190 13 l t n I A SHOT GUNS i FISHING TACKLE I RIFLES FISHING RODS J iil PISTOLS HOOKS PISTOL HOLSTERS LINES f GUN CASES = REELS GUN IHPLEMENTS POLES ETC ETC WE WISH TO CALL ETC ETC ETC IE i t I your attention to the large line of k j 3 51 GUNS PISTOLS AND SPORTING GOODS S J 3I we now have in stock IE i j We can frankly say that our line is complete in every respect and 1 is the largest to be found in this section of the country fc f y iour prices are equally as low as you will find any where Call 1 ilan d see us IE f t j j it 7ur HEADQUARTERS FOR I II AMMUNITION N I I is H l 51 SUWANNEE HARDWARE COMPANY N f One Price To Every One Is Our TVlotto9 y1 X f J > 87F > FF7I 71 I 7Jr 7 > 7 7 1 < > t > < F 1f8 < FJ7F 7 r segsesss Sses l I DR L M DIXON i fe fl V DENTIST G t j i V OBTODONTIA CHOWS AND KKIDGK r o YTOKK SFKCIALTIKS g 6 Offices in Lea In nuildi g i S s sS s i J M PRICE M D r V PHYSICIAN AND SU...

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. — 1 November 1907

f it a xt 5 iqe 7 rrt > fj q4i i f t 4 r yM 4 y 1 d M Iw 14 THE SUWANXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1007 + tH + oH + HMIot + IottTIII Io1B HI + t I 4IoIIIo1iItotIIoII IIJo + + OI oiw + + + + H + + + + 01 t + + H I M1IMI > MIM + 1 t Florida Live Stock and Vehicle Co j of LIVE OAK FLORIDA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Saddle F Horses Mules Driving > Farm and Draft Buggies Horses Mules I and Wagons Big Stock of BUGGIES AND WAGONS ALWAYS ON HAND I WE CAN PLEASE YOU IN PRICES COME AND SEE US + al t + + 2t rot + < + + 01 + J t HK + SooI + n IoIIIIooIofoolo1oMoI t iiooIuOI I i fa + I t > < aiH + I1IoIlo z + IcoM IIa < 1a + + I t oIoIuI JIoot + > > H 1 + Mlaa + I + + oIt i ft I 4444 no FLORIDAS GAME LAWS Open Season Begins November 1 Provisions of Slate Statutes Deer November 1 to February 1 quail or partridge and wild turkey ovember 1 to March 1 duck Oct I 1 to April 1 It is unlawful to kill game within one mile of West Palm Beach and St Augustine Clay and Hernando counti...

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. — 1 November 1907

+ at fy t MJd w v iiS y t a = sk Y r w 3 k i TIlE SITWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 190 13 i c I cc The Circus is Coming IN LIVE OAK IVIONDAY Nov 4 I l j oo nFAMOjUSSHOWS I ARc ° T AND RICHEST EXHIBITION IN THE WORLD 2 TRAINS < OF cARS2 The Biggest and Best of All i I a SAJroS Or MUSC250 HORSIS AND POMES3 HERDS OF ELEPHANTS2 DROVES I 07 smEUoN CAaj7L OIL 2A3Y CAMEL EVER SE2W IH THIS COUNTRY T + 0 SCORE OF CLOWNS AND COMICAL CHARACTERS e f 20MEN WOMEN A CHILDREN Gentry Bros Shows i Tvo Convlcte Pcrfor WATEBPfiOSF TEXTS = r t t OfT yr m nes Daily at 2 ud fvEA CCIS16UCiED B P M Doors Open t A s > Cta Hour Earlier for IN TY o TBKT rccasf b lnrcctcn of the Big Conferrable v t i v Xtoubfe Animal T nU r Seats s forS000peoDlr Dims mss t s qr ONE TICKET NOVEHBER K I KVH ADMITS TQ ALL LIVE OAK MONDAY q I re IIS VAST ETOE1Y i 4TH IE 1 2 P M TWO PffiFORMHNCES 8 P M N f < IE Mammoth Menag Cr i e i y l 4 y e a EVERY ANIMAL r KKK r IS TRAIAED F x t iYl rltt 7 i 0I and EDUCATED = r3 J1 ...

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. — 1 November 1907

r 7r ° t4rlr r v 1 v rK FN F R y 10 THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 YV C y NOTICE I have at my place three miles 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 to keep her shut up Owner can get her by proving ownership paying for this notice and my expense of keeping her S27U 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 I farming tools sugar mill and kettle one Jerse ycow will give 3 gallons per day 550 bushels of corn itS head of hogs corn and potatoes Will sell all or a part of the farm at a bargain Come and...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

s Lc ov HdIhb nLIluilx1 1lttUY NOVEMBER 1 lO f + f I ItT l T i o Oc t R Jnj OF SALtS The First Manufacturers Outlet Sale at e New York Store I BEGIINIISG I 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 diredt 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 It 3c ii y S G J 1 Il f j I I II 4 Ladies Jackets 298 Misses Jackets 123 to 275 f Ladies lane cloaks 34 to 1250 First Clas Briliantine all Ch...

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

K > C < 0 z > f 1ft < F X < I 4 THE SUWANXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1907 SDWANNEE DEMOCRAT Published every Friday at Live Oak Florida Entered at the Live Oak Postofflce 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 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 Trawislc 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 te man we need in Florida now We will all encourage his candidacy and support him unanimously The twe...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Live Oak daily Democrat. — 1 November 1907

a 1 rgSpr t n 1 THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 19O7 5 1 LOCAL NEWS L FridaflS Daily VIney Lowe aged 74 years > 5 in the Pine Grove rrt hOme d at her and will be J yesterday Jilent dement T at the family burying > today tlf led Creek in Hamilton d at Swift end Lowe was the widow of Mrs eev tr and leaves five child LOW lIlas reside in this coun zeL311 of whom a devout mem r was t Mrs Lowe o tJ Methodist church 9wof the Saturdays Daily fr 1 McCook is here today from Vi A i 1 District No 2 Rossburg is in town of A J Bass trtdlng today V I the f 11 J Lamb Is here today from Aty Sink neighborhood is among the outof S j Brown here today visitors t roYisitors I t of Pine Grove is in i step Hagen trading r today Tit vn i j M Helton of liger Lake is let today on business I Mrs Eliza Furgerson of Houston I lID the city today shopping is here today from D M Warner tk Rocky Sink community 1I Espey and wife of Rossburg today shopping at In the city Jeesle Hurst of Padlock was Kaon ...

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

lr cf + + nA D yRLy3 g i x > aarr i rx da 7 x y f p p I L 6 THE SUWAXXEE DEMOCRAT l in Y iJYHi 1 UfO ifi E J BLUME 1st VicePresident J B BARTON President H M WOOD Chairman finance Com D L BYRD 2nd VicePresident ARNOLD P MICKLER Cashier 0 Capital and Stockholders Liability = 10000000 r I THE CITIZEN BANK OF LIVE OAK J b 4 A BANK OF STABILITY AE SOLICIT OUR BUSINESS A A DESTRUCTIVE STORM JAIATJESTOX TEXAS IX TilE GUI OF 72MILE WIND 1 ONE WOMAN WAS KIUED t And a 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 where the wind was severe Several busi ass houses were unroofed and the stocks of goods were slightly damag ed by water The Mallory line wharf shed was...

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. — 2 November 1907

< a w r x I y > n 1 Yo f a LIVE OAK DILILY DEMOCRAT i VOL II Xo 208 LIVE OAK FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 1907 TEN CENTS A WEEK Ii DOC MACK WILL HANG RKFUSES TO SIXG BOARD pMtDONING ACT IN THE MATTER i HO PARDON FOR RAPE FIEND k Sheri1l of Duval County Gets Tele grain from the Governors s Private Secretary Jacksonville Fla Nov 2At last it seems as if Dock Mack the con Acted negro Is to pay the penalty of his crime of criminally assaulting a young white woman in this city on March 2d last notwithstanding the efforts to save his l fe tic was con k irlcted in th rc t urt and the i conviction a p the Supreme Court and r pit was granted 1 > > = the Cover no o rty days f The follow elgram has been re j k celved by She fI Bowden Tallaha ee Fla Oct 31 1907 i To Sheriff F Bowden Jackson l t Tille F J State oard of Pardons refuses to Joterfer In Dock Mack case This fcares pe death warrant effective at 10 the end of thirty days reprieve from October 9th DANIEL A SIMONS Secretary f B...

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. — 2 November 1907

VM aIC cG t yr 4k 1 V I TIVK OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 1907 SUWAXXEE COUNTY 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 I a e Period of Lie ° 12 > > a TO WHOM ISSXED FOR WHAT PURPOSE o o z From I To 1 r = I i 1906 190il I 1 Scott Stewart Merchant stock less than lOOOjOct lOct 1300 150 2 Betsy Bradfield Merchant stock less than 1O0lJ Oct 3 Oct Ij 300 150 3 Alberta Taylor Restaurant accommodation for four persons Oct IOCt 1 500 250 4 AV D Frederick One pool table Oct IOct11000 500 5 W D Frederick One pool table Oct 1 Oct 1 1000 500 6 W D Frederick lOne pool table Oct liOct 1 1000 500 7 G M Brim Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct IjOct Ij 300 150 8 Ike Middleton Merchant stock less than10000ct 110ct11 300 150 9 Mrs Me Barrow i Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 110et 11 300 150 10 Ike Middleton Keepe...

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. — 2 November 1907

K Y t + r 1 r V1 ir AIVn OAK DAIY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 1907 1 = = tJ I a f t r r ur j I I w TealK elan i i Sici Livers f A PURELY VEGETABLE I 1 COMPOUND I ATTinTT V riTDBC CONSTIPATION DYSPEP QUICKLY CURES SIA MALARIA CHILLS and YUAVAM ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD One bottle pur k chased today may save you > sick spell tomorrow k CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED MM W A Whitewell Emory Tex I writes My child had chills ad fever for four year We tried all kinds of f medicines and finally acquaintance y mine recommended Herbine We used three bottles and the child is now com + pletely cure4 You hare my permission 1 to publish this testimonial as I cheer fully recommend Herbine to all mother having children afflicted aa mine LIME BOTTLE 58c GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Suwannee Drug Company PROFESSIONAL CARDS M DIXON LM DENTIST ORTOPO...

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. — 2 November 1907

I r r o + + ctp oS i F 1 r dl1 ° sr tff r h t Pr r t > d LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 190 x6Y LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT t i Published every Afternoon Except Sunday CHAS W IRVIN Editor and Mgr Entered at the Ftmoffice Lire Oak Florida as Second Class Mail Mat ter November 7 1905 THE LIIE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY 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 50 cents for five weeks in advance De livered to any part of the city by t carrier for 10 cents per week THE LAST WORD Short Talks of the TimesUnion takes a final whack at us on the great issue of the Florida razorback hog and abandoning the question of pul chritude and avordupois where our triumph is complete says The Live Oak Democrat says It r has been its effort to feed up reform J and evolute the Florida razorback hog into an improved type that will I look better taste better weigh more and bring more in the open mar...

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. — 2 November 1907

4 LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 19O7 5 7k 1o 1 rI oIoiooIoIIIIc + IIIIII + I N NatI I IoI + IlII + + Io4II It MMMIII iiiiiii tI 1uZofZotI I + IoI oI IIZ 01 + ie < 1010 + II l t I J II k The Helvenston Insurance Agency I During the last fifteen years has paid to policy holders nearly 7OOOOOOO and has paid out during 1907 100000 for losses I 1 All other insurance agents together have paid practically nothing This tells the story + Li oooocoo d I + x Io + o + IIlu11 IoI 10 11 t1 I I Hut1I 1 + 1011 HI I t I J + oIur I1H + oIIoIooirzlw IJoI oiIOIIXO + I I I zI I I I I 1 Ii t I 1 1 I 1 11 I 1 I 1 1 I I I iOoi I I 1 I1IM iIi 1 of Live Oak and Su News wannee County Gathered J by the Reporter iI i I w L Tedder samc up from Feu j 1I0w3 < this mining McAlpin is a D A Harrel r to the city today of Houston was In I WR orman 4 yesterday on business r Woodwaid1s going to Talla IIIee tonlgbAo visit his family H C NortlJpf Alton is register ed It the Et el otel today J Will Seele...

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. — 2 November 1907

y 6 JLiVS OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 190 STATE OFFICERS X B Broward Governor H Clay Crawford Secretary of State Win V Knott Treasurer A C Croom Comptroller W H Ellis Attorney General I B E McLin Commissioner of Agri culture 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 Fenwick Taylor R C Parkhill W A Hocker Associate Justices r RAILROAD COMMISSION II Hudson Burr Chairman N H t Blitch J L Morgan Royal C Dunn Secretary t p MEMBER OF CONGRESS SECOND DISTRICT Frank Clark THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT B H Palmer Judge Cary A Hardee States Attorney COUNTY OFFICIALS J B Johnson State Senator MEMBERS OF HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES I SENTATIVES W R Dorman W H McClellan J N Conner County Judge J W Bryson Clerk Cir < uit Court J II Rickerson Sheriff G B Lord Treasurer J X Meels Tax Collector A D Hemming Tax Assessor J E Wood County Superintendent Public Instr...

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. — 2 November 1907

v o y 4 t = 1 i THE SUWANXEE 1OOR T SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 19OT I j a T0 WHOM ISSXED FOR WHAT PURPOSE Period of Lie a v a y = = From 0 0 0 c I To F rn 0 Z Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct L Everett 1OOOIOct 1 Oct 1 300 150 ci H BJ3swell Ins agt State Mutual Life Ins CoIOct lOct 1 I 250 Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 300 i T Jones IjOct 1 300 150 Ii Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 1 Oct 21 Hlms Chancy 11 1 300 150 I eery Abrams Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 1 Oct 1 300 150 ot Springs Novelty Co Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 1 Oct 1 300 150 I 1 tbur Johnson Merchant stock less than l000j0ct 1Oct 1 300 150 t 3ii Roberts Ins agt State Mutual Ins Co Oct 1 Oct 1 500 12 E Ins agt State Mutual Ins Co I E GUgsby Oct 1Oct 1 500 fJI ppelson Ua Blossoms Theatrical show 1 day onlyJFeb 21 2500 1250 11 314 vstfb Couch Merchant stock less than1OOOjFeb iOet11300 150 Stil leJeldah Brown Merchant stock less than 1000 June 1tc 1 300 150 JSfit A Gaylord Merchant stock less than 1000 Feb 1 Oct...

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. — 2 November 1907

> r 1a r 5 a e y t u J p 6 s sir fY a waJ r t I f F a THE SUWAiTOElS KEMOCRA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 10O7 4k d J o > E J BLUME 1st VicePresident J B BARTON President H M WOOD Chairman Finance Con 1 D L BYRD 2nd VicePresident ARNOLD P MICKLER Cashier Capital and Stockholders Liability r 10000000 THE CITIZENS BANK OF LIVE OAK 4 A BANK OF STABILITY WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS a Jl t seesEaE S2S2S2S2S2SZS7l A A YOUVE overlooked something you want if you havent been in here to see our i Hart Schaffner Marx Varsity suits Theres no style for men so popular v F l i as the Varsity Other makers imi = 4Ii Y tate it and other dealers sell the iii L t + 7 s imitation but they lack the style that 7 h 4t Hart Schaffner Marx get into I 1F ii r 2 I them and for the most part they lack the allwool quality i1 If you give us a chance well show I you some clothes that are really worth s while such clothes as will be a credit I YI1 74 IL l I + H f a 1 I r s itt to you and to us I 1 Varsity sack suits X20 ...

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. — 4 November 1907

pt ° + ac + w + j wv r at r rrn s aun r 1 r A t I LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT 4 VOL II No 209 LIVE OAJt FLORIDA MONDAY NOVEMBER 4 19O7 TEN CENTS A WEEK > A HEADON COLLISION ft 0f THE QUEEN AND CRESCENT RAILROAD I I Iflffi PERSONS WERE KILLED r 4Jld Nine Were Injured Wreck Consumed by Fire i Birmingham Nov 3Fast pass i eager train No3 on the Queen and Crescent going at a high rate of I speed collided headon with a freight I train one mile south of Morganville Ga this morning Three men were II killed nine seriously injured and 4 about twenty passengers sustained s Gore or less injuries The dead are a B Spencer engineer of Birming ham Bud Apperson of Trenton G t uad Joe Young colored fireman Three coaches mail express and secondclass passenger were burned AH the mail and express matter be i fog entirely consumed The passen fer train was over an hour behind time and it is said by officials that they were running seventy miles an hoar as the track at this point is exceptionally fine The h...

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. — 4 November 1907

r > 7ea VJ f LI v it LIVIS OAK DAILY DJCMOCRAT MONDAY NOVEMBER 4 1907 c SmVANNEE COUNTY 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 ot October A D 1906 and and ending on the 1st day ot October A D 1907 J C 1 Period of Lie w w > TO WHOM ISSNED FOR WHAT PURPOSE 0 = o a y a I Z From 1 To Eo oz 00 E 00 4r 1906 1 i907 I 1 Scott Stewart Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 1 Oct 1 300 150 2 Betsy Bradfield Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 1 Oct 1 300 150 3 Alberta Taylor Restaurant accommodation for four persons Oct 1 Oct 1 500 250 4 W D Frederick One pool table Oct 1 Oct 1 1000 500 6 W D Frederick One pool table Oct 1 Oct 1 1000 500 6 W D Frederick One pool table Oct 1 Oct 1 1000 500 7 G M Brim Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 1 Oct 1 300 150 8 Ike Middleton Merchant stock less than 1000 Oct 1 Oct 1 300 150 9 Mrs Me Barrow Merchant stock less than IOOU Oct 1 Oct 1 300 150 10 IkgMidd...

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. — 4 November 1907

4r J < < SwrM1i iof Wo fir o zM 7tr i rr O ii1 R 4i r y A dVll OAK DAIY DEMOCRAT MONDAY NOVEMBER 4 1907 I c H Iff K O g fej etc IK in 1ti ti For Sick Livers A PURELY VEGETABLE I = COMPOUND = = J AfTiril V riTDCC CONSTIPATION DYSPEP QUICKLY CURES SIA MALARIA CHILLS and ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD One bottle pur iMtd today may Rn you a sick spill tomorrow f j CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTEr ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED r Mr W A WhUewell Emory Tex r writes My child had chill and fear F for four years We tried all kind of r medicines and finally an acquaintance of mine recommended Heroine We used three bottles and the child la now com l > pletely cured You hare my permission to publish this testimonial as I cheer ful v recommend Herbine to all mothers having children afflicted ai mine It LUGE BOTTLE 50c GET TOE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW liNIMENT CO ST LOUIS U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Suwannee Drug Company 0 PROFE...

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. — 4 November 1907

< iUTrw < > 1 0W 1 < f < < v J J1 t a Y 4 LIVE OAK DAlLY DEMOCRAT MONDAY NOVEMBER 4 1907 xY f LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT Published every Afternoon Except Sunday i r OHAS W IRVIN Editor and Mr Entered at the Fostoffice Lire Oak 1 Florida as Second Class Mail Mat ter November 7 1905 THE LITE OAK PUBLISHING COMPABY THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be mailed to any part of the United States pastage prepaid for 500 per year 250 for six months i 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 t t It Is stated that John Temple Graves in his new position as editor f of the Nef XPr American is to get I1500Q atWar to begin with Most of us Vtmld be mighty proud to get that much to end with 4 t Miss Jefferson Bell who has been 1 official correspondent at Tallahassee for a number otn I spapers and who held two or mol paying clerkships in the comptrollers ofQce at the State capital ha giventhem up and departed ...

Publication Title: Live Oak Daily Democrat
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