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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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IS ACCUSED OF STEALING BTATTEACIIER.S' ,$ :':. : :- : .. .
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Prom Him-Jerry Entered Plea Federation of .Labor Sends _

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Tallahassee June 10.-Dr. A. 1 S.

Jerry the negro druggist of TallA Boise Idaho June lO.lnto the fur-

I h .. lessee who b charged with stealing ther cross examination of Harry
Orchard today counsel for William
a package of the examination question
D. Haywood repeatedly threw the -
teat out by State Superintendent

W. )(. Ho!Jo way on May 27th wai suggestion of a great conspiracy for.

given a preliminary bearing before mulated and carried out by the enemies

County Judge B, A. Ueglnnlas Satur of the Western Federation. r

Miners, and indicated a determine-
day afternoon. Jerry was represented
tlon to_ construct their'main Une"of
Edmondson
by Mr. J. A. and

catered a plea of not guilty to the defense on that field. They carried
Orchard by slow steps through the
charge of grand larceny. The state

was represented by Mr. W. C. (lodge; minutest details of the dynamitingof

I After hearing the evidence Judge the Independence CqL> station

.. to the circuit down to the attempt on the life of
.ileglnniss b&1d..blm over 't;
(i'Iiflu, and his in San
Bradley family Fran-
his _
court and exed bond; at $250 ,\\\ -
against cisco, In addition to a series of par.
Tie leading witness Dr. Jerry
I titular attacks of- the credibility of
vas Louisa Ford who is of the better -
the witness and the
general probability
elemeat of colored people In Leon
of his stories and -preparing the
eoaaty
way for their own testimony in rebuttal -
In hw evidence she told of having;

bees approached by Dr. Jerry whq, 8 the defense sought to show
: that Orchard had a mania for boast-
offered to sell her a set of the examination
ing of the commission of crimes, non-
questions for $25. Finally!
eristant, except in his own mind and
to offered to sell them to her for $150a .
\ -Ocborn in Milv........*.. w_tow.<' that he is testifying under the control
paid him fifteen dolars and was
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and suggestion of Detective Mc-
tijurn paid tea dollars by two other Partland.

anaes Jeanie Wright an4 Lavinia .

Leos for an Interest In the quesMrV Defense's Plea.
MONDAY ANOTHER Ml RELIGIOUS
The defense began today by making -

HoUoway and County Superintendent it clear that as far as Orchard

Eppes are making every effort knew Haywood: Moyer and Pettibonehad

to obtain evidence that will eon ."- nothing to do with the inspiration -
I "DAY IN OUR CITY
viet Dr. Jerry of the crime. _/ planning and execution of the

T&inure examination for negroes Vindicator: explosion, and that Hay-

la Laoo.cqunty, has been thrown out wood and .Moyer had nothing to do

.* amount of the theft of the ques- with the planning of the murder of

lie: Mr."Holloway has not received Detective Gregory.

any information of fraud in any Monday is most always an off day; touches in any way my/ fellow man' the line directing the Eunoch also. Passing on to the dynamiting of

otter. county, except Marion where in a series of religious meetings, but Tell me that because I am a Christian It was a clear ringing message and the Independence station, the first

Mt.Carn. by a clever ruse established one could hardly note the difference and a minister I am to remain will be the means we believe of lead crime with which the testimony of

; to his own.satisfaction that copies in the Broughton meetings this city. silent, never raising one single protest ing out some into the, larger life. Orchard directly connects Haywood

bad been distributed among the ne- Dr. Broughton addressed a fine bodyof ; or fighting one single fight for At night the subject was "Crowding Moyer and Pettibone, the defense
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gr.es or that county. men at the court house at 9:30 the delivery of my fellows from the Out Jesus." It was a tender plea' endeavored to show that Orchard In

a. m., and then went to the church at i' bondage of certain political and for men and women not to shut their: springing the mine had purposely

", Report of State Treasurer. eleven o'clock. There was a splendid !'wretched conditions over which they hearts' door in the face of the best 1 sought to spare the on-coming train

;Tallahassee. June 8.-'The monthly audience present and the doctor have no control! Kay! my duty lies friend they ever had. The doctor! and the non-union men who were expected -

rsport of Hon. W. V. Knott, state gave anotner talk on "The Spirit 1 along the humble path my Master called attention to the fact that to entrain and that the plot was

'l treasurer, filed with the governor. Life and What It Involves." trod as He went blessing and com- Jesus was being crowded out of engineered by agents of mine owers
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balances. in the treasury to the credit After beginning at the first and forting the common people. Your many men's business "because thera and railway managers who wanted a

,4f the several state and educational hastily reviewing the personality and work and mine brethren consists in was no room".for him. Other things comparatively harmless outrage to Injure -

t funds! 'at the close of business,. May work of the Spirit in life and experience anything that pertains to the salva had the right of way. Not only this the union miners who were on

w .11, a* follows: he took up another phase of tion of men or the betterment of human but He is crowded out of many strike.

'General which was indeed Interesting society." i! homes. No room and no time to giveto -----
t' revenue fund. .. $168.322.96 his mission ..
.Ow_mill school fund. 34.534.37Pension and helpful to many Chris Beginning with this definition of Jesus. Mothers can sit down and Confidence In Innocence.
IP
;, tax fund p 266,388.29 tians whose lives had not characterIzed our work the preacher showed from instruct their daughters in the fash- Denver, Colo., June 10.-Two hun

tboard of health "' heretofore by the closest possible the Scriptures that the Spirit would ions of the day, but no time nor inclination dred delegates to the fifteenth annual "

find relationship to God. He announcedas lead and direct us In it all if we to talk of Jesus and His
,. 80048.93 convention of the Western Federation -
3. Him to do it. He love. Fathers find time to instruct
hour allow
would only
for this special ,,
4 Mnclpal of school fund. 3,545.25fcterest a. heading I cf Miners were present here today -
-1'' Directing the Work read s:me verses from the 13th their boys in business but no time to
of school fund. $9 2.1 9rineipal "The Holy Spirit when Acting President C. E.
which the instruct them in the Christian life '
in
If ever a man chapter of the Acts
? of and the Worker. Mahoney called the assembly to
seminaryd and Saul and how to live it. "Crowding him
the word of Spirit called for Barnabas
f proved anything from order. Ontario British Columbia,
't .. < .. 4.957.06of
Barnabasand out of our business, crowding him out
God. Dr. Broughton proved that theSpirit's saying: "Separate unto me Alaska and :Mexico, as well as all the
of state convicts and Saul for the work whereunto 1 of our homes, crowding him out of

w -::sand ... . ... . 69274.14 business was to lead in have called them." Here the Spirit's our hearts and sometimes almost western states are represented.
direct the Individual hristlan No opposition to continuing In office
'' n war claims fund. %25,000.00 crowding him out' of our churches.We .
; in three :
leadership is seen ways
every walk and work f life and that President Charles H. Moyer and
ge tax fund.4,980.57 church to see and sing songs m which he has been
He did not always 1. He led the
the only reason why Secretary-treasurer William D. Hay-
)Rural college fund %2,404.97 crowded out. We chant and mumble
4t .:.IIt....:e exercise His powerof leadershipand know that Barnabas and Saul were wcod, has been expressed by any of
college, Morrill in which he find
can hardly ,
f1R4. direction was that we would not tte men for them to elects and "sep- prayers the delegates, and the convention today
*" ". 861.27colleger standing room, and sometimes men
r 'l 0i1red yield up ourselves to him. arate" for certain special work. sent the following telegram to.
Merrill
actually pretend to preach sermonsin
Jnd Dr. Brough- 2. He led Barnabas and Saul to Moyer, Haywood and Pettibone at
.' 2,203.49 In defining his subject which there is next to nothing of
to
His will for them boise
see that It was :
., Experiment Station ton took occasion to speak of the his love or spirit. God save us from
1 undertake this special work. "Fifteenth annual convention sends
4 .*-. 2553.67. of Christian's work in this crowding out our best friends!
scope a Confident of
they had followed His greetings. your innoo-
After
t '. ExperimeDtSta- world. Said he, "There are many 3. At the close of the service many
and taken the work to cence and we are with you until your
% !fund. . U. 2,926.99of good people too, but misguided direction up expressed a desire to live better lives
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people had called them. He stoodby honor is vindicated and your free-
e seminary fund 37.90. and mistaken-wbo would which He and five united with the church. The *
; them success In dom assured.
._':.Female college inci- have believe that all that can possibly them and gave meetings will continue through "
you difficulties. (Signed.) C. E. MAHONEY.
tita! fund ... 1.494.6C be meant by "the work" is the midst of great Thursday night. Our city is becom-

college property found inside the organized work of Passing from this narrative, he ing aroused as never before and the FIGURES WERE CHANGED.

4.et. .. .. 10.27 the average congregation. In other turned back to the 8th chapter of business men are having more to say

l3 'beatand Dumb Int&i work of the individual the Acts, and took up another proof White Makes .
words the with the Spirit's on the subject of religion than at any Special Crop Agent aSerious
: fund mission text which dealt
34.07 Christian has fulfilled his life Charge.
both with Philip and the time in many years.
formal school when attends his Sunday-school prayer work Washington. June 10. Bartholomew
t fund... services and Eunoch. He showed how that Philipwas The singing of Miss Gloer is a
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2.23
: u meeting and church and O. White, special crop agent for
.!_ station handy in preaching to great crowds feature of each service. No
incl- otherwise makes himself calledto great the Department of Agriculture, testified -

;tic! a1. fund_ 335.80 the church. Well, it is true that the jet how that when the Spirit and the one has yet sung in our city whose when, the trial of Edwin S.

y of Fla. Inti.. vast majority of men do not even go him to leave the crowds there and modest retiring life seemed to give Holmes in the "cotton leak" case was

lnnd. ... ... 1.26 this far 'but it is also true that these great opportunles that were resumed today, that he identified a
; road that led to a desert such power to her gospel singing.
from a very small percent ofa go down a number_ : of reports made by him in

.. ..$(69,710.34 things Christian man's duties. I am sure that Philip did not hesitate for a 'She sings with a tenderness rarely 1903. 1904 and 1905, In some of

tat cF that I owe more to the world as a minute, but rose and went. He was and !heard In a female voice and everybody which he said that changes have been

4chastein in the way of service forts conscious of the Spirit's presence i will be sorry when they are to made in the figures without his
Christian
went to New And n.t only did he lead .
1>aoralag on a visit to redemption than I do the church.i direction. at the other end of :heat be' no more.. authority.
with everything that Philip but be was j --- -- -
I am_ concerned I
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LiYK OAX DA1LT DEMOCRAT. TrES1tl.r..ID- ..Q
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f a for a''tie, **ls to arrange- bout.the: supplies ,otice Of Special Tu ikh ut_ '
J. Buchanan Is the man to see UBrJea Di .
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ROMANCE. BULne.. FU be sure good the housewife'ssequel crieo x.. a.
REALISTIC It Is
workmanship artistic fixtures and a sewing machine, and he U a pleasant for the larder In accordance with f hand '

deal with too and knows of maintaining: the good graces the '
aDd Ends la spnare deal for this is the kind of fellow to school law oF
That Began Caek East machine. He sells the folk. Now .for wholesome election win be held s
reputation that C. O Saunders hasw all about a of the men at Oreise

Lire Oak-back east liveda .n with a cognizant public for do- universally recognized Singer found groceries. provisions and tooth- lal Tax School District at tSplace -az
hamlet
? In a remote things.it ." in half of the homes In the civilized some table delecades., I'll escort you onTneada7 ,,_;:>
Jane -
and bashful man .rg Utb .,
maiden a A.
demure ,
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been living U the task of the painter and world. He is the suave and alert dis- over to Mays Bros.. WHO conduct: a to elect three trustees to
who had for some years
the object before decorator that count most in obtaining trict manager whose territory covers well appointed and completely stocked the succeeding two yean
and same
with but one termlne the I.
victims artistic and harmonious results this and several adjoining counties. grocery where Is ever shown a varied maximum
them.They sere hopeless I mill of district school tax
ofJot"e microbes that were doing chipped in the bride.For.." said Of course you know It U a favorite assortment of the most tempting good led for each of said year
After
most effectual work under the direction she "It Is the painting and decorat-i with all Intelligent housewives. things to eat in town whose patrons J. W. Barnes J. H. lea

himself. Harry suddenly ing when executed by capable artists lunch you can come with me to the come from every nook and corner T. a Williams ar ..
of Cupid
and decided that augments the attractiveness of office and see all the late models and and hereabouts and presumedly fora specters aad Rufus GrimmkF ,
"woke up" one day
Done by order
that procrastination was the thief of both the exterior and interior of the make your selection. I'll pay for the reason perhaps that they appreciate Instruction of Sa1f2I1uee.of Boars of p"

time and bliss--and Immediately set home rendering it pleasing and In- best. And he did. the superior efforts and correct J. E.WOOD.. E Cogmi R. :
viting.** those indispensable to the that characterize the business Secy and Sept ';
about to bring matters to a focus. "Among ways :
{ Very soon there was a wedding and i "Then." interrupted Uncle Bill welfare of every community: Is the dealings of Mays Bros.. our wide-a otice Of

it wasn't much longer before Uncle 111 take no chances on botchery but druggist" declared Uncle Bill with wake and well-versed purveyors to Midway Special District Tax SdaooI So. sT -

}' Bill Taylor wrote effusively of what I'll see J. F. Webb &: Son employing some emphasis "and of course you the larder." I In accordance witn

he termed "grit" and proposed; that If artists with the brush, competentmen want to be In touch with the good -Next we must see somebody .and the school iawa.election of Chapter ...

they would locate here he would who wield the brush with dexterity drug store.** Turning to the young about supplying as with meats. andI vii be held is 3tidwa y ,'ii_

start them up in life. Very soon they and if we give the painting people he said "We have a completely am going to suggest Birds Market lal Tax School District at tJae biii

to bid loved ones adieu and paperhanging and decorating to J. F. : and well appointed drug establish- said Uncle BilL "It Is well conducted voting puce on "
began
Tursda June
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were soon speeding In this direction. Webb & SOn. we can rest assuredof ment here that Is conducted along and well ordered market In all respects to elect three trustees. 3 to. Dllr '

When the train pulled In generous getting wail paper and mouldings progressive lines under the censorship where is handled every day of the succeeding two years. hi aene t lit

i Vnele Bill was at the depot to greet exquisite in taste good workmanshipand of W. H. Bell well known to the i the week the choicest and best fresh termine the maximum -- {

and welcome the much elated couple -a well finished and presentablehouse people. The presentable premises ;,smoked and cured meats and kindred mills led for of each district of school tax is tie lS
said
painted and decorated in utilized replete with drugs this line that money years. 3T
congratulations,con are ever things to
and after hearty I G. H. D0"""*. J. A. De
ducted them to the Ethel Hotel hav- snip shape.* ** medicines chemicals and proprietary I:and experience can obtain. Since J. V. Brown are appolate4 .

Ing previously arranged for a suite of I "In my earlier days" remaked Uncle remedies as well as exceptional linesof II Mr. Bird buys the best and fattest and W. C. Horn clerk '

r;oms with J. W. Hopson Jr. It was Bill the use of electricity was sundries including the manifold I I I I stock on foot and carefully dresses Done by order of Board: of p&t:*

In the inviting dining room at the unknown it did not enter into the requisites for ladies' toilet cases. IJ I:his own meats. This together with j.Instruction E. WOOD.of Suwannee R Coaurr R. ,r&.. ,-
construction of buildings at all. Today the Live Oak Drug Store know- attention that
breakfast next morning, while par- go to (itLe: civil and prompt Secy and Supt. -
taking cf a tempting menu that was it is a first consideration in modern ing that there are always competent j i i awaits all who trade with W. Bird "
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e being politely served that Uncle building. The conveniences it 'and painstaking men behind the case ;; has; made this market a busy place, Notice Of Special Tax School Eleetk*_

Bill first unfolded his plans to the appreciative affords are manifold. Now about i who serve patrons with accuracy and where a long list of pleased families Lunville District So. 18. ..,, :

newcomers obliging himself the electrical equipment for the new ,dispatch." Said *Uncle Bill In conclusion -I I trade regularly." and In the accordance school laws with of Chapter {fSJjt

first of all to build and furnish couse. I am going to see J. C. Lyle "Next we will go. up to Williams election will be held fa Florida Lam

for them an Ideal house. But in who will wire the house install the i Before leaving Bell's Drug Store J I Studio and sit for pictures" suggested Special Tax School District, at..1-

the meantime." said he. "you will fixtures put on the door bells and [i Uncle Bill spied upon one corner of Uncle Bill for nothing recalls re- usual voting place onT '

find this a pleasant and well managed give us chandeliers exquisite in taste the beautiful soda fount of this com- minisences of the honey moon in after ceday June lltb A. D. tr.

hostelry and a most agreeable and appropriateness, and do every- plete establishment some handsomely : years 53 vividly as a good photograph to elect three trustees to sera for

place to lire." thing right. I expect Hettie will labeled bottles and desiring to give: and one taken by Williams will the succeeding two years ass ta_

# "Now. I am at sea!" said Uncle want electric curling irons and flat his neice another "eye opener" asked 1 be real "life likeness" of you. He Is termine the maximum imal<<'

BilLIt beats all lio.the) build I irons, too. J. C. Lyle does everything the polite dispenser for one of them. : not a "camera snapper" but a portrait led mills for of each district of said school tax to bete-

Louses nowadays considering the electrical and is equipped for Taking it he turned to her with the ]!'! photographer as the specimens L ){McIntosh G.years.T F. Gaabieast

way they built them forty years ago. subserving the best interest of the bottle lifted coyly to one side and I'I Ion exhibitions at the pleasingly arranged C. S. LeFever are appointed hies

Why, the modern houses of today public" said, ."Hettie dear see here; look at gallery and reception room attest tors and L. M. Ballenttae clerk '

have conveniences and comforts that ""Well it is up to me now to fur- this. This Is a bottle of Ginger ale!'I I! to.That. Done by order of Board of P Sfc

one of' my time never dreamed of. nish your new residence" remarked named' for our famous historic and i!' all photographers; are alike J.Instruction E. WOOD.of Snwannee E.Gouty B. WEE Fk, _

But I know who can help us out cf Uncle Bill "and it shall furnished song renowned old Suwannee river I! skillful is no more true than that See', and SapL Chaff

this dilema said he. suddenly remembering from bottom to top in just as good of whose beautiful scenes and life :|pen. ink and paper make the same

". H. Goodbread as be- taste and as completely as your good giving springs we of this country nev- i i author said Uncle Bill. And Mr., J.

ing abreast of the times in modern judgment and tact will permit or dic- er tire at singing. Look at this beautiful -i 1 I Williams not only has the knack for The economyof

architecture and building and also tate." "How grand!" she exclaimed young Indian maiden as she sits :I posing but understands the worth ofj

as being actively associated. with beaming with joy and expectancy. upon the rocks bathing her tiny cin-J I perception as well; which distinguishes i.

building Interests. Uncle Bill then bade the young coupleto derilla-like pedal appendages in the j:: him as a portrait artist. special
come with him to J. B. Barton & I
Very soon the plane were ready refreshing waters of our own beloved !I j "By the way** said Uncle Bill, with
Co.. our live exponents cf furnitureand
for a pretentious $6.00reddence Suwannee Springs. We must havea evident seriousness since we've spent treatment ;

for the bride.It well informed house-furnishers case of it sent right up. because itwill : ail this money in building and fur- r:
where Is bandied everything that is
Is a renaissance of colonial effect remove those tired feelIngs. I nishing this nice home it would be a BY '
smart useful aad dainty needed to
symmetrical in appearance and which some time creep upon us. grave oversight for us to delay the When i man or wonua. who k;:

commodious in Its interior arrangement fit oat the cottage or mansion on This is not one of those cheap imported I matter of fire insurance so well go wise enters a legal controRa
scale desired. The trio j
then and there whatever beverages so injurious to health Involving a large amoost et
Uncle Bill now. post haste and see B. W. Hel-
received at the I do they seek to
were politely store money eco&oa-
tendered W. H. Goodbread the but is manufactured right here in our 1
Also where after confering with the con- venstan. who will take the risk and relieve ixe In the matter of competeit
contract to build it, remaking that prosperous and enterprising town by us of all apprehension and sus- counsel
nobody ever questioned his integrityin versant and assiduous management the Live Oak Bottling Works. R. H. I' He Would it be to
Hettie selected her and pense; represents many of the economy ac-
building a house to the letter and soon parlor Holmes proprietor, who has spent', best and staunchest American and age an attorney at |75-who tot
bed room suits as well as a fine piano. I
on time too. a life-time in the business. Remember European the case when the one via
companies from which
Her purchase also including carpets : we wanted could have B!
$100 won
Good lumber and good material go you can get none superior to the may choose. And said he Mr. B. W.
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rugs matting and sundry incidentals.In and in With the man or womaa isffering -
with skilled workmen- Sdwannee. ordering Ginger
hand In hand I i Helvenston is the alert and wide awake
fact J. B. Barton & Co.. got the from a chronic or deep
always order from him also
ship when it comes to building Ale ; : Under.riter.ho JBi
has been writingup seated ailment there is :
order to fit out the home from top to
houses said Uncle BilL "And your Coco Cola and all other soft
so much business In and about more at stake than with tte
much depends too upon the kind I bottom. drinks. They are all made of pure : town; from which we may judge that party who seeks the lawyer i

and quality of the mill wood used i "By the nay" said Uncle Bill "I've fruit and flavors mixed with distilled every policy holder has been dealt This very day there are the**

In obtaining a finished and present- got to run up to R. H. Leviers the and filtered water properly carbonated -, with in sands of men and women vto ,
a fair liberal way in the ad-
able Interir: effect Now the lum- i Jeweler, and get my watch: fixed" and and bottled. Will go down and justment are taking treatment for t}tWrong
Ii and payment of all honest trouble*
ber, mill-work and sundry requisites said Uncle to Harry "when you need see friend Holmes some day. {i claims. Before the trio had left the They have gone to the ton

coming under this beading I am goIng any repairing or engraving take it to At this juncture Harry was heard I office Mr. Helveston wrote a $10,000 physician worthy man J**

to have supplied us by the Live my friend Loner, he's had 30 years to say,something about saw edges. policy on Harry's life in the New whose experience la det eit-t-

Oak Manufacturing Co., our live and experience and knows his business "Oh, yes. Uncle I want you to recommend i* York Life. ed trouble Is comparatively

well facilitated exponent. The )yard welL" C'ine. to think about it, he sells a reliable laundry; Harry is j "It is doubtful" Said Uncle Bill mated. even after years of law'tics.

sheds and warerooms are always the Edison Phonograph and records. positively cranky about his linen." I "If
I any line or branch of businessis Oh, how sad It Is to see pIJIoents
filled with rough and dressed lumber The finest in the world. Of course "All right," replied the old man as t more indispensable to the welfareof wait until four or five doc

of all dimensions as well as mill work Hettie will want an Edison phonograph he laughed heartily. "If you will I every community than that of a tors have given them ip u4

of every kind, adequate to meet tbe it is only $27 50 which In- send it to tte Live Oak Steam well managed then come to us when it it slate
general blacksmithing -
demands of an exacting public. It is cludes a d zen choice records every dry you need have no further establishment. !
Laun-I And we have BIt
needless to say that the Live Oak home that has an Edison in it, is all Lensions for it's been keeping such got This happens sometimes
a one, here. That has Mr. C. more often we have been &S*.tll
Manufacturing Co., did furnish Uncle the happier where you are afforded clean linen and things for E. **
Sanburg at its head where the effect a complete care eve'
Bill with all the above items required music of your own selection from the find it the best laundry in these parts!! public is afforded the advantages of der such adverse drcnmstaae*
whole He most renowned vocalits and instru besides Phillips & such CM* I*
for the job. remarked Scarborough, are i i energetic In nearly all of
that he always found them mentalists."In ever alert and pleasant in managing i) management and good has: been our experience that*
equipment and skilled sew
very prompt and agreeable to do business my kitchen Uncle Bill I want the business affairs. The busy delivery i in the execution workmanship root of the trouble has that N
of all classes of work been discovered and
with. a superb range. That's the make wagons are seen early and late i I rightly belonging. to this very little treatment would **"
main and for baking or making scaling corners at branch kw tile
The first story including the a double-quick gait j whether it be been necessary cad we

porches and balustrade will be built pastries It is lovely. Then too, w j in all parts-gathering up soiled F tops or cushions.carriage painting new case at the beginning ee-

of Holbw cement Blocks while the want some table cutlery and crockery linens and returning them faultlessly I gies made Wagons or bug- If you. reader are Nawe sot it
and that
repaired in Joying the health
and Queensware. a manifold list of laundered wood or
an enviable
number
of
Ito
second will be shingled which to
story iron. In fact general tended you should>> write
"
makes a very,pretty and classical effect cooking utensils. pleased patrons who seem to respond in all its lines and it blacksmithing In the majority of eases $ \,

said Uncle. Bill. The cement "For these we'll go over and see the to superior business endeavorand I service to the people is this kind of will be cheaper In the ea'JF W

construction will be executed by C. X.Hildreth. Hair Hardware Co.. who will fit you a progressive spirit." C. E. Sanberg's that has made you to even make a special
place, a "busy to call us for a
Sr.: who.has so successfully out. Its where I got the builders Shortly after leaving the hotel Uncle BilL place"asserted Free upon Bunds****

Introduced the cement blocks hereas hardware the other day. and the sash. just after luncheon. Hattie asked to After Uncle Bill had and consultation. t.n

the coming ,building material of d'Ors and paints also the nice hard be shown ID a millinery store. You migrating afoot tired of After we have seen aaa A
the
the future. He is. not only a manufacturer wood mantles that you've been admiring just mentioned it in time" rejoined and to dusty streets good long talk with JOII. It
case
adopt
but takes contracts:' for cement ." remarked the liberal old Uncle Bill for there is the principalone a more agreeable and often can handle your :
dignified ..
i mode of your own home.
>)buildings of any dimensions, or man. "There you can fit out your in town right here." He led the :and Harry at transportation he Send for our journal. "'H

F proportions. Uncle Bill's new resI- dining room and kitchen on whatever led the way Into Mrs. E. N. Lawlers. The once made tracks for Mailed free in unprintefl v'
I Hinely-Stepbens
dence will be an other_ example of scale you wish. The stock is new Ladies' Furnishing and Millinery parlors Co.'s carriage per.
I repository and
this material. and varied and I know cf no better where the same new effects ap- I sale stables where ----
they found o
''About the plumbing" remarked more reliable house: to patronize. Its pear simultaneously with Paris and everything that was
customers from all points of metropolitan cities. I "smart useful and up-to-date this O P '
Uncle Bill, owe cant, use too muchcare. come So zealously pleasure In -Send or bring
For good health and many the compass" Accordingly a big bill does the accomplished Mrs. Lawler vehicles and wagons for all
uses. I Ca.I .
comforts are dependent upon the including everything for the kitchen guard the interests of her clientelie.The ing Uncle Bill wasn't long in plac- Dr.512 Hathaway National Bank Bail dfJI.//.

good sanitary plumbing and scientific and dining room was purchased from attractive lines of Millinery an order for a beautiful Hackney l Savannah Ga. ,I

ventilation and when coupled with : the Hair Hardware Co. dainty and reasonable that Hattie rubber tired runabout and a pair of According to your asiw '

the, use of porcelain bath tubs good "There is one more requisite yet, soon succumbed to an exquisite hat "high steppers" together with the I I ment, this examination coupon entitleS and COJ'suItatioll. ;
to free
sinks and handsome and appropriate before I'll really consider my home adding many articles in ladies' fancy necessary trappings and a snappy set .

to say nothing of the conveniences completely furnished." Suggested goods before concluding her purchases. -I of double harness to match. !
fixtures, "
It combines a pleasant Interior Hettie "And wlat is that?" demanded The Band Box is held in high regard You seem to have about anything My Illness Is . .

finish which Is most desirable.To Uncle Bill who thought he'd already by a class of ladies who, recognize -i the public may wish here In horses ... ....."i.
meritorious wagons . . .
avoid encountering any troubleIn I arranged for everything."A effort. said Uncle harness and pleasure vehicles

afteryears I 'am going to have a: sewing machine-.a Singer. Bill to the bride. said Harry to the polite salesman at Name . -. ..
I
to execute the plumbing "Yes, yes; that's a fact but I'U fix "Well the next question on the the Hlnely-stephens Co.'s .
O. Saunders big pia e "
'
about that friend '* Address . .l i
heating contracts. said Uncle very soon.: My docket. ventured Uncle Bill to, Het-'
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4 __ r LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT,'TUBSDAT JV2111411f190Z.: "'.
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Execotrs X6tlce..
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. STRONG I
Legatees districatees, creditors.i!

C.S.:J. '". 4; F.E.TBOK48OMe and an other persons having claimsor i
4 c' Again
demands against the estate of L.
BROWN & THOMASON.
K. Kimmerlin. deceased late of Su-:
, J ; r is what Mrs. Lacy
------- StovaJlof Tilton,GJL, wannee County. Florida will present j)

l & PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, said after taking the same to me duly proven, withinone

' Kodol for Dys year from the first Insertion of
r LIVE OAK. s i :.
L. FLORIDA. pepsia. Hundreds '
t' this notice, or this notice will be'
t I of
pleaded in bar of allowance of tit

(; -/*., DR. J. W. WEST women being restored arc same out of the funds of said estate.W. .'
a For Home Drinking

Physician and Surgeon.Office .11 to perfect J. HILLMAN. _
health by this remedy

: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue YOU may be Executor of the last Will and Testa- A delicious:nonalcoholic refreshing

Residency at Ethel HoteL well if you will tak ment of L. K. Kimmerlin.ADMINISTRATOR ,
it. beverage to drink at home. If

Pboner-Office.No. 168. Indigestion causes I \ taken with or after meals it constitutes
Residence No.23 or 168.Drua .
Store (Barclay A.Groover No.It. nearly all the sick '* NOTICE. a delightful safeguard against

nave. It ness that women Notice is hereby given, and Legatees P indigestion and dyspepsia.
deprives the of .
system nourishment
M.E.. BROOME, and the delicate organs peculiar to Distributees. Creditors, and all A dozen bottles should be in

women suffer- weaken, and become other persons having claims or de- :: b 'your refrigerator at all times.

mands against the Estate of Jackson Served to the family or visitors it is delightful

ATTORNEY COUNSELOR LAW.. diseased.Kodol Cannon late of Suwannee County and beneficial Your dealer

UVE OAK. ; FLORIDA. will supply you in any quantity.
Florida now deceased; will presentthe

Win practice in all the courts of the State. Special For said claim or demand to me duly Sold mall eveywhaelarghe bottIor 50 actaM*and
attention given to Cosveyasexe. Collection Dyspepsiaenables .
of Rents Etc. All famines promptly attendedta. proven within two years from first CL-50 tam bottle.Mumlactond

.NOTASY PUBLIC STATE:AT LAMB. le.the stomach and digestive.organ publication of this note or this notice f'' by
to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome I THE RED ROCK COMPANY
will be plead in bar of same.
M. DIXON food that may be'eaten. It nourishes I \a / JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
L.. the body, and rebuilds the weak organs,, JESSE N. C.ll.'NOl.Administrator .

restoring health and strength. Kodol of Estate of Jackson

DENTIST. relieves indigestion,constipation dyspepsia. Cannon with Will annexed. m29-4t

sour risings belching heartburn and all
ORTODONTIA. ; CROWN : AND : BRIDGE stomach disorders.


I WORK. : SPECIALTIES Digests What You Eat NOTICE OF OF APPLICATION ADMINISTRATION.Notice FOKLETTEKS : Live Oak, Perry &: Gulf R. R. Co. .

.v.. aau.tto rr j7.3 .mrmriraterr
IIIIUIH-HI li I HI II III | N1t MMa.. | *!X-O.BVttt I is hereby given that the N'bt"dult' KtfVitive. 19. 1107.Regular .
t..t .. .t. aoe..Ckl ....B A. | flay ,
I < ; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ; undersigned will, after four weeks' r -- -- --
WBS'I'BvUND ..,.7 BuC1'o.D
_
The publication of this notice apply to --- -
j jj City PharmacyCOPY 1ST.CLAHs 2D.-tAss9 "of..ua ?NDCLAIS .
- I VETERINARY.Solicits I
Hon. J. N. Conner. County Judge of Mail dL Pu. o-Frt. irk Mail k l'a Poaea- IrS. cadPass.
ger. P...... I_ Pa... ger _ter Pee..
tronage-Office Suwannee County, Florida, for lettersof
your i1.i:6No.1.. Nw Z. 1 Nw e. Nw 12 No.4.
;
OF ORDER : I
at residence Phone (3 rings) 148 FOR PUBLICATION. 1 ,
administration upon the estate o( Sunday Dai17 eLl Is.ly Ssday'SaudayDaily sx :.
Daib0nI7 t ''es..ua' Oay only Sunday.A. .
.HI-1111 i ii I'M' ii MI J II t I .- In The Third Judicial Circuit Court W. T. Mitchell deceased late of Su- S1IDdQ'r C '. t .1. -r-- ,_
in and For MP.. MP.. M. : : 1' ti YLeave
Suwannee I el.t tn.-
County Flor I ., .
: County Florida J. R. New- Leave Leave Arriv.
T. J. LYLE ida.State. T.annee ; 8 05 2 00 Z '....,.....__.._Liv.0aIL... .__.....:..J!. 4 63t 6 WI, 10 eel 10 as
of Florida ) Ian deceased late of Suwannee 818 2 18 100 .................._.._Sarr.-.,---.. S 47 5441 t 44 1018B
Suwannee 8 222 I 0? __......_....._..ltereer........ ...,..._..., 143, .c iOf l' 1084S .
Practical County.) County. Florida, having been the 25 2 2S I Ii/......................._Pbtt_.._-- ...._.... I 40, S 37j .. CIO
; D. H. Wilson ) LotAr 2 31 :111!................._- Laacaster.__.P_....._..: a al' :: t a'lj 9 .46LT
Y Plaintiff ) legally appointed and Qualified administer Ar 2 40 Ar 4001.. ............. Do"Dg Park ._ _... ,
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WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER vs. )Civil Action 8 4'LT 44Lv! .. .... ...... Do".log; Park .._...._._. Lv 1"25 L. b 'Lv' 201Lv .26
by At- of said estate and having 8491 / 49 4 ON. ..... ____.........Chancey .._._?...___...... Ara 19 10Ar;: f utAr .14
35 year's experience J. W. Hosford ) tachment. 8 571 I 4 57 1S 10,.-.-.-...............)(ay.. "lIlIdioli: _. ...._....... a IS 5. 07' 031 118' ..19

Good stock of Watches always on hand. Defendant. ) died on the 5th day of April. A. D. 9 Oils; 500 I 4 20j.._... .. ....... ......Daf...__.............._. a S Ii9f 01. a osl OOLY: 't.0111 400J iii .
Whereas D. H. Wilson plaintiff: said 'Ar .
e as of
in sad cause has obtained attach- 1907 before final settlement 91161 a 06 J 4351 i I................_....._sib.._........._............ a oil 4 51 813$68.
an estate. W. A. NEWLAN. .................... t 4 b0)) 81S
ment 9 1 5l 440, -T.weteesd.._... ............. I. .
out of the above
named Court LESLIE & e.25, iO() _.h'_ ................sm.itb ......-..?...... ...... : :
WALL PAPER issued on. to-wit: 31st day of May. LAMB ; 38': 381 i t3j.--.._F".. .IoW87_.........-........ 24 18 8 ; 161 .
1907. against the estate of the said for W. A. Newlan mlO-5t 965! 1651 5 Yo ......_......._......_ _..._.._._.. t io 4 8001! 1 4A
Attorneys A.de 05; : ,..........--S-Ham ton Spring.Lv L v ,LY 715
t t When in need of nice wall pa- tachment defendant,has J. W.been Hosford levied which upon the at- I Pr 14.\ I AP. X45 A. -- I F.SJL5A.y 111.50 A.K <

following described property of the r --
per call on H. H. PETTY, at defendant to-wit: One-eighth undivided :NOTICE-FREE DEALER. UI'O ..iXUL TiJX mAXCIi. :

Interest in and to that land lying k
CLINTON & MEEK'S MARKET. and being in the County of Suwannee, To whom it n ay concern: WEST I OtiNt KAS? 1tOUNLFrt. :,

t and State of Florida, and more parti- Take notice that I, L. M. Davis, a
cularly described as follows to-wit: A 1 Frt. 4 Fit&.,FuaeD jP.....
married woman, the wife of J. E. PasL I I ...-1
t South half of the northwest quarter t I 1LP.ae F. ger I seaNo.

Y H. J. MORRIS and the northeast quarter of the Davis a resident of Live Oak, Suwannee :1. 1"-1"I; 8.: I No.10, r NQ,If. N.18.
''No.
southwest quarter of section four (4), Daily DsiyS uadaySaadsrex !
Contractor and Builder township five (5). south of range County Florida will, on Tuesday .Sun. I'_ !ezSus. aLSos.i.0n1 7 i'i'A.

fifteen n 5). east; said property held the 17th day of June A. D. 1907, DL P. A. J4. P. JoL -A18. P. K. : A. Hi-I P. K-
1 Apply for plans estimates in common with A. T. Hosford of said Leave Leave Leave I Arriv. Arrive'I Arrive Arrive
for the of one hundred make application to the Hon. B. H. t 061 .1l.1 940 301.... ..........Ma7oJuDCt.... ........ { 768$ S 8b5 211
-: and specifications. county; sum .221 9 lid 141.......................Clark.....................1 119.: t m $421 I '222
and twenty-four (1124.00) dollars, Palmer Judge of the Third Judicial '' .
44 727 I 212
1 founded on a promissory note. Whereas Circuit of the State of Florida, at : :La :3. g E : : :::::::::::::::::: :Mayo --:: ::: :::::: ::::'a 7 iss = 20 a ::! 2 00
Office on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing. it appearing from affidavit that ArlO 06 6 401Arl. 2i. 815 .............. ......AltoD ..........._....... ILv 1 00 Lv 2 lolLa I.Ie,Ly 1 M
Lake City, Florida for a license to
;J
t the said defendant is absconding, con-
stop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and '
cealing himself sand that he resides manage, take charge of and controlmy
from Live Oak and Perry. For further information to connections with other-
as
out of the limits of the State of Flor- and to become a free
property,
t lines call on any ticket agent. Trains makes ccnnection at Live Oak with all
ida; it is, therefore, ordered that the dealer in respect. L. M. DAVIS.
; CLINTON & MUKS[ said defendant J. W. Hosford and every Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line trains.J. .

other persons who are interested are REES & WOOD. LEE ENSIGN, PTe it1t'nt. R. P. HOPKINS, Train Manager.S. .

hereby required to appear to the action Solicitors for Applicant. w5-17-4t T. ftRIUSHAW. Superintendent.ANALYZED.

3 6 on the fifth day of August. 1907
t the same being the Rule Day of the

li- J Wholesale and Re- said Court, at the office of the Clerkof NOTICE OF ELECTION.
i- '." the said Court, at the Court Houseof Notice is hereby given that an elec-
;
=- the said County, at Live Oak. tion for the purpose of determining

t tail Dealers in Florida Florida. Unless you so appear whether or not a Special Tax School
.1- judgment will be rendered againstyou District to be known as Rixford
, J and your property sold for debt.It Special Tax School District, shall be
Cid .. It Is further ordered that this order established with boundaries as follows -
00.ut and WesternMEATS be published, once a week for two : Commencing at the southwest

months immediately preceding said corner of Section 11, Township 2,
. day in the Suwannee Democrat a south of Range 13 east, running from
to it weekly newspaper published in said thence north one-half mile on section
County and State. line; hence west one mile to section
Ines.-. Witness my hand and seal of said line; thence north one-half mile to
Court this 31st day of May 1907. section line; thence west one mile to
dt (Seal) J. W. BRYSON, southwest corner of Section 4; thence
th8fer Phone 24. Clerk of the Circuit Court i north three miles to northwest cornerof

Suwannee County, Florida.W Section 28, Township 1. south of All over the U. S. and in foreign countries the remarkable
bat H. WILSON Range 13 east; thence east one mileto popularity of Coca-Cola has drawn upon itself the atten-
ate Prompt deliveries Attorney for Plaintiff.: 6-7-2mo section line; thence north along too aDd ill__eaas the criticism of Health and Pure Food A1Jthcri.tie& .
the line to Suwannee river; Aa a direct couaequeuee Coca-CoIa baa bees careful y &IIalned ill
section semi Betties by the morn eminent dIemiaU. sod IIeY8' ia a aiDArJe is-
Notice. thence eastward along the Suwannee stance baa a derogatory report beeR returDed. In fair the consensus of
en- ; anywhere in the river to section line between Sections finding is that"THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN COCA-COLA q
t 1n- I 1. south of ANY MORE HABJIFt1L THAN IS FOUND IN TEA 0&OOn'EE." .
All creditors legatees, distrlbuters 21 and 22, Township
. us. {, 'f demands Range 14 east; thence south to town- -JackaoDvlll. Coca-COla Bottling Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.Lire ,
claims or
J It City. and all persons having ship line; thence west on townshipline

i fortriP ;, against the estate of Horace one-half mile; thence south one
county. mile to section line; thence west one-
F. Dexter late of Suwannee half mile to section line; thence south
', T deceased are hereby called upon to mile; thence west one-half mile; Oak Bottling Works Distributors, Suwannee Hamilton,
The Great Headache Cure. present the same to the undersignd one thence soutn one-half mile: thence I Taylor and LaFayette counties.

1a'a1F. > t within two years from date as re' west one mile and one-half to range .- .__.-
; Ranges 13 and 14:
line between
3e at. ?BromoPepsin"Note quired by law. thence north along range line one- Notice Of Special Tax School Election Notice Of SiecUl, Tax School Election
1 LIZZIE DEXTER half mile; thence west two miles to Houston District Xo. 8. Rranford District Xo. 4.

nltb"i0a'1 RUBY DEXTER, southwest corner of Section 11, In accordance with Chapter 4678
the
: Word Pepsin with Chapter 4678and
1Vf& ; Executrixes Township two south of Range 13 east In accordance and the school laws of Florida, an
; of beginning; and for the the school laws of Florida an election will be held in Branford
Headache.
t. Indigestion, m24-St to point held in Houston Spec-
will be
i907. election
24, trustees of i School
''CURES May of electing three Special Tax District, at the
.--e : : : insomnia Nervousness .- purpose the said district; and for the further, ial Tax School District at the usual usual voting place on
-
voting place on
determining the maximum
? \: On the Spot. G17ARWAN NOTICE. Dumber of of mills tax to be levied for Tuesday June llth. A. l>. 1OO7. Tuesday June llth. A. D. 10O7.
gtvn that schools within to elect three trustees to serve for to elect three trustees to serve fort
& Opiates, Absolutely Harmless Notice Is hereby publication the use district of public said free election will be the succeeding two years, and to de- e succeeding two years, and to determine -
;
141"\\ the first such
> sixty days after School house on termine the maximum number of the maximum number of
AH Rixford
< DnffUu, lh tit sal Mb of this notice, I. as guardian Louise Stripling held at the the 29th day of June, A. D. mills of district school tax to be lev- mills of district school tax to be levied -
'llnc: "'i iel ; for the estate Of Raffle Saturday 19O7. ied for each of said years.J. for each of said years.

lei' : I The Ci tys"pharmacyUVEO P minor, will make of said my annual I J. T. Ward J. O. Oliver and J. L. H. Long. S. W. Kennedy and J. \V? G. Vernon. E. D. Blanchardand

1 L eon1 1 u chers J. N. Con. Haddock are appointed inspectors, M. Knight are appointed inspector R. A. Ivey are appointed inspectors
1 I" nor County Judge his wlll at by order of the Board of Done by order of Board of Public Done bv order of Board of Public
Done
, .. .tn-n. city of Live Oak. Florida, and dischargesaId Public instruction this 4th day of Instruction of Suwannee County, Fla. Instruction of Suwannee County Fla-
\ time ask for a final June A. D. 1907. WOOD. E. R. WISE, J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE.
._.."; from said 'Jnupuxo. E. R. WISE Chairman.J. J. E.Sec'y and Supt. Chairman Sec'y and SupU Chairman.
J. .. and Supt.
Sec'y
Stripling. E. WOOD
. Guardian for Haffie Louise
108 COIds6 Fravsats Paeuaoala

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dim a f tr tssyr7rf 1 1 ": ,., s braZiw wt +e PVJr1a #-! a ess os inc Tridar 3? &t, Is Sick Livers

*# thr-fir: W I#r'' .,. a. A'St'A: *e1' mss aorlUb f hIT, at ft 4r hK*. frsa&aesss

_'s M m.. tf"" w t1rodic jw rfedtey S6C. !i itw |-rifl b* ar
war 'W4 .,e<" Ka '-M4IW ,1 1Wm. [ AFL d.N esrf.ss past aadlI 'Pt. acsar l. $!v7 Eicsixer wiU beta- A PURELY VEGETABLE s

: M", --"'TjM I-+sl..i.. frt. T. W.J'hlj ri,Ytced to fcave a paper aad brag b*_-; -=-==.==COMPOUND
M tt4tf yMat9st" 1,_. sor+s b..,. W In a.tes+ to Itm i 1c.tIJI the aMTigfafffta any dfcaJ

t t r yop4 hafiwr f4 s1s.;;"". tsars! atst Mm, ud .k1i Joaa I IfI.Ifa.t.JI9J !ea* liemay tare. Matter ofT MTi) CONS79AT1OM.SlA.MALAICA.O'tTLT. QTR

nW aid fC aat1 1,* ** ,/ was aa.t M Maass toE I.sfal irate w1R beat QIJIClLY I "VAL.) 'aSA "
haaaNt ', we a.s a bfa i if the AL2.UVEXfcr CCMP7r.itr .
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riraa; K a bi3 1 1fHOJfIlJ w ;NO'Y' arst s eetfng GUAXAKTEZ9 CUIIE a30PURS is&aes arasad ..
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I I6v I -,11. t.at )aa is dour fa 3tS'ad !t cb.uer11DQ.J'. : mq ....waa a IIic.t tIpI 1- ....._
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;tIiIP/: i.t t.r Z1as, of JKvtfe Aaaadar, wbarx f eftfzea cf oar towa was btuy shaking AlL OTC MEM O3!S" FAZIO

'''1''k .61f'. t fit a14w 4'fWhr we X tsor of Cut i kasda with Ida host of friends Prix iT5WAWltl1. E=: y.wrges TeE..
j : :- -X7 child bad sad ft+es
il1t f dftJ"b(: M 4 M f 4 i MJf.1td 4 hftq,, 54 hi tfce taitar of 1M M1t-1 day,having arrives ell t1ie train twin! fc* four Tens. We tried ca an.Mats of

n9ai. 4 p1ij1tl1'f# f4 t IIMIJ tH ff iIrt at IL-e bm I!1a.eble Be tt.eJdgst before. We i CI4aaUyca-, "ifinrT'"fWcvstd

%4O; Alf hr .M4 Ma M ter frs+ottrrs, tkrs teaWrns torwork mudli jar i informed that (;apt.. WUIard ha; BWIe 'eooszmes' '!-.f Eebine. .
.. .. of t2tatpenocal!i accepted a position with Johnson. three botesr aa4 tae ebs.4is nuw aaedT : -
f6 tHf 61 i1 f yq! amt a MMw"aUac King -
J ; err.at. Yoa have >eaat
fie i f+t {N Hit tom'Ii I"""",,4nt. M k .males 7rnm 1 I i" Co.. one of the pioneer candy and t! to pBMish tins t>-..4.i.J.mT. M pea I dbeerv -

'( a 6ft rrav&, at;+ Y+ t 4fg j +tCIr rid k aesa7i ba syxiatM4f !jeraefctr I hoiuesrof Jacksonville, and i :v receccacsd, Hezfaiae to all mochas

)fHfM sr* M f-h3hr q i; v "It i /aet- "M tuI 1/r fkra; |white we had hoped at some time to t UlSE having tLldes.rcbad: are miae."

a4rlkftfettti{ ;.aiinhf+fs'" : .'I' ft nrars a nsid bars gotten tare him with BS again .. a citizen WTTIZ. SIc ;THiLIil DE.GDtD&

W[P vi i4'#fc pea l eiW44ilt j't. ft+H M th.r lt3itntTnc ot Ute 9fs- of our progrenire city, we congrata-, SMW UillEIT Cia

IfM f ("1ff (If u. 4h6 it4 fkf tlU tilt tilt sirs rf the late him B tis sneeeas on securing a sr. LOV L S. A.

efi mew of f.H frasf: ittff tfff ht Iir'Iparbgtsptf 'f Aih+4** M fsdx1f4rlc, the itati position with this well-k own bost-
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'fiI;ttif f4!hfI fHtIf#ffrtdNct. M -wwltf 'ltn" to saved 6ewt hoose in JaeksonTille That

sbml' tiref Ifrlrf of Cir f p4 + M.h( dn+iMrs; .Ad, t+xtdrs I If Cape Willard will make good in this: SOLD AND CO"-'JoCDED BT

tIthtttlf tr1 a1 H lif ar4 'catfOnK.1. f ifffHrI K f tgrs shirts fell for the new field of work we are well ass : _- i

$ '" 14H.Es tf H t :f ifs/ 1II' U, MvirMtsreae, han teasfs4. I nTl''d.' for perhaps theer is no man in .

fM1ff Ways that 4sifs 1ff1l liliirf fYt'IttJff 'I'frk I4f Amt1 Afl Mr tlOa,I Iif Florida who has a wider field of

pact of 41f eJrtfffifffi-tl! 14 Si'rru ffI */#*, i f1t tiwrlirrr knows:jacqoaintazces! and being a prominent Live Oak 'M'f'g. Co.

It fh rf toil taut wm t 4 4IM iijysfsry{ ttM -h* .It"" h'* ears *ecret order man. together with his

Mecfraatw tIt />f# 6** O' '/rift'Ii fIIr't/r.Jrf 1fIIM.. who asatdff affable and congenial disposition he

tonic tJf 1 the .dt.tt"ft% 4# #914 61thet uhf thffa1Jraf MI Iffllt"""rr. afsctin; i has made friends with all whom he Manufacturers of

Patty b!fast1.t. wftlrlr ti-tst I Ifw,4 M ffr.r, p.,rrte .tlflfd hats t has come on contact, Johnson King Lumber Lights.

sit opptJttUftU tl1 trlM" 1t.-1 **4 Yi *Irlit! 1M Iff."fluUma of tbe i tt Co. hare made no mistake in securing Shingles, Ice, Electric

teethe fatettll', which un pfrnrtmttnlf Ilrfl5ftrif' lHi"ytHSa,"at '"Har4 at tb*I the services of Ca tWillard.. and Power

bt their adrerttMfl l"fTf1"1, ns4wteieh h4# A4 thr+ m .Ad tt.bT had I Lire Oak will ever extend him a and Turpentine.

ftjJtJlbU.fu"tt n.atrtf' rr 1t R 1/tj11otfr. ftrw4 irr,.14 haro otrvlatedth.r ; warm welcome and" save for him a Electric Lights
iras in fort S
ewnmlMiOfl to. good share of her business any part of the city furnished :
flrro faith that that Mtrp+rlAfirart ht on his or Business Houses
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tt1TJ1d bIJ rertatnlr' eannte4 raw Itt/lt"NiI tliqnrr l UpUmJ after the particular line. Cap Willard leaves day and night current for very reasonable rate.

ttipMl of thmpapefawttl tlrwr iii JJur f>i.f.'Ittjr... ThUt. only for Jacksonville on 20th .and will be manufacturing, purposes. r j
ltHdy plops
of til 1
bA, ata., th i plH.M' fake a .<
rnd .tieft thai bare fintrtwd thi1i1VPetlcin i4,. ".*rg .fJU."III' handled had : j1
life H7. .
trek tbet 1HIYd if the >3ontvhttlctlt IM peip ;f <****A In the caddie when ;: Contractor Ocala this Marion and wife left .e T-810 you good prices, on tow grade ai1i: =:
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.A of advice that aU should remember ," _:
good line lot crystal ,
-THEY COME THEY GO spectaclesand f- .T J.KcA.vdr ved'
AND. eye-glasses at"R./H.Javier's. dw Gy sJow. / .' :; T '
t .' Cherry.place. '
: You may safely hurry when\pUr ,' ,,
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A. S. Hogan, of Wellborn, is here chasIng a new pair. of gloves or shoes' :o D. S-Bryan; of"Cranford.ltas.her' :2; <:

yews of Live .Oak and Snwannee today. or any article that you will be .done ; '' ;
yesterday :
County Gathered by the Demo- with In a .short time: -- _>J:

,crat'Jteporter : B F. .
; Dmstead. of White Springs, But with Furniture Go S --
owyouare John ;Adanuon of Day. is In the*

,- was here this morning.J buying for life ,/J city on b sineu. ,o :.; ".

r '' We invite you to be deliberateuk -- : -+:, '_, ',.
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)!rs. I B. Sutton returned ,.fromt O. Skeen, of Rlxf rd, is here today = :
'',. lluesl1cns, so that you may know C. B. McLeod.went to Jacksonville <;
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this morning. .- attending court.Messrs. .
Jar per : # ..
-. exactly what you are doing.. today on business ;

Mrs: Alderman went to Dnnnelon .*R. L. Collins .and ProL e Tl.ere's our experience to help the i '"
Stephens Inexperienced and there' a carefully ;'- J .M. IUgg1n.of. O"Briellw; a a* _- .
? today on a visit tocher, daughter: are now bearding with Geo. '
> E. Porter Jr.'s family. chosen stock. to do your choosing ,; guest of t..e.Flhel yesterday. ..

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Dowliag v
JMlss Lola'Hlgg1d of
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Some fine Nobody who buys FurnIture. here
marble
Springs shopping.today. clocks just been '
: Park. Is visiting friends in the city- :
received. ever regrets It. :
.-, call and see them. R. H. : ri '
today. .".: :
Has the proposed new city; hall Lovler. dlt.wlt Like wIne our Furniture Improves.

gone the way of the union depot, with age. Mrs. G. Vf.-Smith and daughter .'
T. J. Webb, Glenn Hali ""
and T. C. .There's a reason. J.' Mrs. Johnson, of Delray are guesta\filrs. ,
Mrs. R. E. McNeiil Is visiting her Williams of O'Brien are 'here today McAvoy. <

p parents"in Jasper fc>-.a week or two, attending court. '

;; I1.1 Miss Stella Wheeler, of the Park

8. H. Peacock, one of Perry's influential When you want draping done of J. B. Barton & Co.H.. L'i who has been, visiting here; returned. -T.
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and best"citizens., Is In the'toda1" any kind phone 129. W. N. Boat- home this morning.. *
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: 1.- .Mrs. J. W. Bell and family { .. "
Maj. A. B. Small. of Lake City,..Is ,Louis Wolfe, of Glen St, Mary ThomasviUe, were here tillsmorningen v r:
here today. : I was:here yesterday on a visit to his iIrs. W. L. Austin returned fromWaycross I j The wife of, Charley blanker, one route to Fort White.

mother Mrs, J. L. Wolfe. this morning. where she of the leading colored men of the ,
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Hal W. Adams. of Mayo, is,in.the I Las been on a visit. city, who runs the restaurant east of Mrs. Jessie Larramore., who hat' "'

city today, a guest;of,.the EtheL Those having anything to haul hand- | the depot on Conner street died this been visiting Mrs F. W. Butler here,

> I led with care, see or phone W. N. 1..rs. Joel Tucker left this morningfor .i morning.H. left for Macclenny this morning.Mrs. X

Tom Surrency wen'to South. Flor- Boatright., He will do It right. tf Archer, where she will remain "

ida'this morning. some time. Campbell, manager for theJ. C. W. Woodbury* and''""Mz .

i P. E. Greene, of Atlanta was interviewing B. Barton Co.. has gone to Jacijaville Shelter of Quincy were here this- "!

our merchants this The Mexican June corn Is a very I on business.
called to Pine- mornIng -
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Dr. Thomason was morning. en route ot Hampton-
business today. profitful corn, suitable for late plant-i .
mount on professional Spricgs .
I Ing to be had at J. B. Evans. wit I I3lrs. R. H. Levier .the' jeweler has just '.....

Guaranteed black tafeta one yard Mrs. Bexley and two daughters, of 1 installed an iron safe for protectionof T.: AL Chastein delivered to Alex.
bind
wide; at $1.00. Wash silks allcolors High Springs,.are here ,visiting :Mrs. Spires, of who has jewelry left in his keeping for repairs Smith if Aladlson: yesterday his

SOc. Ladles Emporium. 8-31 C. A. Anderson.. been here on a visit to her sick 1 dlt-wlt automobile Trtich Le had repaired, a
: daughter. Mrs. A. J. Cross returned here. '

a Dave He and leave for home this morning. II.
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Rev. Mickell came over from Rlx- bridge ....
; ford this, morning to take in the Tennessee this evening, and will be The was com R* H, Carver' and G. P. Howell of

meeting. absent some:time. i' The new Lee, Byrd block on Ohio I pleted yesterday, and the bridge wellborn. attended preacclng here

'- avenue is be ng rushed to completion, building, gang left for South Florida last night and returned home this

W. H. Moler a popular traveling tie second story being nearly finish I today.K. morning.
Is
Masters
Mrs., A. reported as improving .
man is interviewing our merchants ed. *
today and the prospects are I --
today. .. M.*Clayton came over from Peacock
very bright for her ultimate recovery '. ; Grii2n Miss Janie McGebee left this moan'- '
13, II, of AtUpulgas, Ga.. yesterday to resume his studiesin
I Ing for Levan,.where she will spend .
; 'When you want a trunk carried to gas here last evening and today; on the Business College. *
CARPENTERS WANTED-r-Apply the with her
summer parents .and re-
or, from the depot phone W..N. Boat- his way to Wauchula .and while here ,.
l to J. H. Quart.e man, bowling Puke turn in the fall to attend schooL
right. Phone No. 1%9. tf was a guest of his nephew R. A. Mrs. E. P. Groover and children F
Florida. --7-6t
; : Gray, I have returned from, Savannah where
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T ; Dave Bryan, manager the Bran- they have been 'visiting relatives for J. L. Crews.\>l the Park Is on. the f

1 .' Mrs Dart. of Macon.' is attendingthe ford Mercantile Co.. went to Jacksonville The Florida Railway will give excursion two weeks. sick list, and is recuperating in Live, '

Broughton meeting here and on ,business this,morning. rates to Luraville Friday Oak. He contemplates a trlp.,!,?!.St.v t.- "" .., :

visiting relatives. morning, the occasion being a big When you want an Edison Phonograph Simon's Island. <
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-.. i WANTED four or five-room picnic to celebrate the completion of I go to R. H. Lovier's, the jew- t
The time has been extended until
residence. Apply to Suraski Bros.' the new bridge across the Suwannee -! eler's. He will sell them to you at H E.' Rutherford W. D. Clarkson.
September for cattle to run at large river there. Low. rates will be prices and about $S. t
the store. tf I factory saveyou Jim White S. W. Faust. Geo. -Errln.C -
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streets
f. given, and a grand.time may be ex express besides. wit W. Williams, M. A. Williams Geo. -

J R. M. Morrison 'came up from pected. Be sure and attend, and takea i Polk and Walter Bay. of Luravflle: .

>, Revs Finley J. Patterson of Jasper. Luraville this morning and will go to well filled basket with you. 1 OUI I \V. N, BoatrigiU. who keeps a were registered at the Ethel *" laat>

I Methodist pastor of Hamilton circuit South Florida to work on another team and does a general hauling and night. 0

: i fc la the city the guest of Dr. Pasco. W. J. Hurst, last week, advertiseda Braying business in this city, is a '.
bridge. _, ,.
st/ay cow at his place and several thoroughly reliabe and trustworthyman --- -

', clty Marshal Lyle Is a busy man Mrs. Chas. E. Taylor left for Day went there and some of them identi- and any work placed in his A Very Welcome Visitor., >

nowarunning a tape line on this morning, on a visit to her par- fied positively the property "as be- hands will have prompt attention. He warIb"

r street In the city tacking names ents, and will be absent a week or 1' aging to them. However, Geo. Hel will appreciate any work in his line. + It- j#

I, itreeta On fence corners and num- ten days. ton, of the Rocky Sink neighborhood I -"C... ....
t the,houses of the city. making proved to be the rightful owner. The I Mrs. J. C. Williamson went to "
the value of the Savannah this morning to the regretof L
shows
for incident "
; a free delivery system. Col. 'S. S. Sanford of Perry, came i _
t. friends here. For
Democrat:: as an advertising medium, her many a
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attend the Broughton
up Sunday to sad also shows that some of our i long time Mrs. Williamson lived IL
returned to Perry Sun- '
meeting. He farmers neglect their stock to that i Live Oak, but recently removed t>

tlght ;or 5etle day afternoon. e\tent U at positive identification Is i Tallahassee and now that she has .

most impossible. Mr. Hurst is glad I gone to Savannah Live Oak will pro- Jtip ,.

A prompt pleasant good remedy 'y know that the rightful owner got i I tably lose lier'alto&ecter.Alocza : .

z for coughs and colds is Kennedy's :Ms cow in his instance. I I
Laxative Cough Syrup. It containsno i Hurst, a former student of

AND UNIMPROVED opiates and does not constipate. the Southern Euiicess: College in ttecoramerclal I *

I IfReal Children like it. Sold by City Phar I department, has returnedto :
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macy. d* June Brides take up the shorthand work and

entered yesterday. Horace Hurst also I

Estate[ A large frame building Is being entered for the shorthand work and "Gifts maycomeandgi .mob

: erected just west of the Brown House, Augustus Hurst lor the commercial: may go" but the giving ol -

which will be used for livery and sale department. The Southern rolls con- Candy goes on foreveV.: ,And .

stable Sutton Bros. will be the proprietors unue to grow daily. we may add, that if the '

arms Uc.t. of the new enterprise. the present takes the shapeof
A trestle on the Ccast Line, just .
,; north of the Suwannee river: .and a box of our delicious'Uan- .. ..

} > DeWitt's Kidney and madder Pills ,about two miles from Suwannee Bons, the gift will be always .e '

'... are unequaled for Backache, weak Station j i burned last night, and as a additionally welcome. We= l

kidneys inflammation of the bladder Will be delighted If you send I' result trains on the Coast Line goIng have made a reputation for : '

Co and all urinary troubles. A week'streatment them a Bridal present from ';' north are held In the yards here. makers of the ,
ourselves
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Sold by City
4R for 25 cents. our exquisite line of Diamondsand [The trestle Is not a long one. but *
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d.
grade
highest
Pharmacy. other high-grade JewelryRADFORD i i spans a crasm 25 to 30 feet deep, and ;

.PRQPER-ry' ". !i it will tae: some time to get trains and we are determined tt!
of I ::.
that reputation. by
uphold
When you feel the need a pill over the same.

l :WITH take a DeWItt Little Early Riser. offering only the purest,

Sold by City Pharmacy. d* : Prof. L. B. Edwards left yesterday freshest and sweetest of ,

us. for Henderson, North Carolina forMs products at moderate prices. '

ResidE ea?) The Florida Railway will give excursion summer vacation and will probably So icing yodr further patronage
. rates to Luraville Friday be absent until September. We

ic po\\'er; :, morning, the occasion being a big trust that Prof. Edwards may thrrougtly \ Respectfully yours.

picnic to celebrate the completion of enjoy his well-deserved rest Florida Book &' 'Newsc C

.ecial a the bridge across the Suwan He is one of our prize citizens: and .
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; : given; and a grand time may be exr The Jeweler at ape for his school work next set : C C. COOK OWJ1ea:,
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CLOUD BURST KILLS 21 PEOPLE. Query-Suppose a Dan took one Even,the pawnshop has Its redeem- Party Ties. I Many a mia falls lx pt&Si

train a day. how long would it be ing features. "1 didn't know youbg Fritterby j i cause his private fife 11"dR,

SJ a&g Town IB Kentucky Destroyed until he had a monopoly on railway really took any interest in politics." I "

and More Thau Score of transportation?-Chicago Sews. ,f There Are Few. "Nonsense! He doesnt. I. He Fired fee Stick. *

Lives Lo 4. people who know how to take care "But I just heard him talking for "1 have fired the W51k U-4Ikt1e ;

I All stomach troubles are quickly of themselves-the majority do not. the last ten minutes about 'party II di 1 t
Louisville. Ky.. June 8.-Twentyone : carried over 40 years OB across
: relieved by taking a little Kodol after The liver is a most important organ ties.* resisted kM fisFwent
devastated i sore that every
persons dead the Tillage |I each meaL Kodol goes directly to 1 I in the body. Herbine will keep pit in "Oh be means white lawn bows." : ., until I tried Backlea's II
and several thousand acres of t I the seat of trouble strengthens the
i i condition. V. C. Simpklns. Alba, Philadelphia Press. Salve; that has healed the sat*
growing crops ruined are the havoc digestive organs digests what you Texas writes: "I have used Herbine Trfia&b
I I made me a happy nua.
wrought. by a cloudburst that caused eat. Sold by City Pharmacy. d* for Chills and Fever and find it the Ancient Rome Garrett. of North JOZs: X C C*

Gradyville I I best medicine I ever used. I would is now merely a memory of the past. anteed for Piles Baran3.etc..b J*
creek to submerge
Big Before giving advice a wise man not be without it. It is for; *
as good *
I I Ballard's Snow Liniment Is the family clay & Groover, druggisti 15c
and vicinity last night. All the to the .
Ky- dodge
prepares consequences.Remarkable children as it is for grown-up people <; liniment of the twentieth century. A
dead residents of Gradyville; and I and 1 recommend it. It is fine for
are ,, positive rure for Rheumatism Burns Even the strongest srti sasstimes j

cltho&gh reports are meager it i* Rescue. 'j'11 LaGrippe." _Sold by Suwannee Drug \; Cuts Sprains. Neuralgia, etc. Mr. C. i subject to relapses ap*

believed that to further fatalities That truth Is stranger than fiction. Company. dw !1 H. Rnnyon. Stanberry. Mo., writes: I

the suroundlag has once more been demonstrated in iI I "I have used Snow Liniment for 1 t
will be reported from 1 I s. X.
the little town of Fedora. Tenn.. the The Bright Word. '1: Rheumatism and all pain. I can't : The Magic

country. The dead: residence of C. V. Pepper. He writes: Mrs. Jus{wed (at breakfast-;!: say enough In. its praise." Sold by : Number three is a wonde flJi fl:

Mrs. L. C. *ell. wife of Stat Senator was in bed entirely disabled with I I1 I What a very little egg you've got I| Suwannee Drug Co. dw* cot for Geo. accord H. Parris.18 **

Nell, and her four children.Mrs. hemorrhages of the lungs and throat.j Isn't it cute! I!I Grove Me., -
I safes
Doctors failed to help me. and all| Mr. Justwed i which reads: "After
child. (after breakfast
Lum Hill and one After the Freeze. trees*
hope tad fled when I began taking Cute! My dear. I should it tl I Editor with liver and kidney *
lirs. Carl \ViUaore. ker daughterand I say was (of agricultural paper- dlstourue*b
Dr. King's New Dis: t'err.: Then Instant "c"l ."' I becoming greatly
her granddaughter.Paul I <<: -Bismarck N. D.) Tribune. Davidson what is the outcome of relief I tn88**
find
relief came. The coughing I' failure to
Wilson. your investigation Into the conditionof I as**
refs
ceased the diminished Bitters and as a
soon ; bleeding *
Mrs. Hartfield Moss and her six rapidly and in three weeks Ias:,1 Cured"Several Heznorrhages of the Lungs.-I'I the peach orchards man today. The first ****
years since t
my
Assistant
f -Fruitless. LouisvilleI w *
children. bottleS
Able to go to work. Guaranteed badly me and three
so affected that I had ..
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...Irs. J. \\. Keltner and one child. :cre for coughs and colds. SOc andil.W hemorrhages" many I Courier-Journal. cure." Quaranteed. best as
writes A. I..k ot
Miss Mary Moss. & Groover stomach liver and kidaeby o
at Barclay : drug "
Wood lnd. 1 took treatment with
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The disaster was due to the erratic =toreTrial bottle free. dw- There: Is no case of indigestion, no Barclay & Groover
several
behavior of Big Creek which was already physicians without any bene matter how obstinate that will not Price 50 c. d
fit. !
then
started to take Foley's
swoliea by recent rains. I be speedily relieved by the use of Ko
Ghosts probably walk kt night in Honey and Tar. and my lungs are 0
precipitated dol. Kodol contains the ADMLMSTBATBIXSix
burst
When tie eland same juices
order to in the chade.
keep
now as sound as a bullet. I 1r
recommend -
three inches of rain in aa hour on ound in a healthy stomach. Con- months after th*
I it in advanced
stages of
lung
GradyviHe and vicinity the creek forms to the Pure Food and Drugs tion of this n. 1w

leaped with the force of a tidal wave. A Happy Mother stops trouble.the Foley's Honey and Tar Law. Sod by City Pharmacy. d* accounts and vouchers to tbs
cough and heals the lungs, CaO&at
Inhabitants of Gradyville were will see that her baby is properly snd Judge of Sawanaee
prevents serious results I
from *
'1urQall in bed when the foaming cared for-to do this a good purga- cold. Refuse substitutes. a Experience is what a man recol the Court House *
City Pharmacy is

torrent struck the town carrying tive is necessary. Many babies suf- dw'No lects most easily after he has become to be allowed aai aft

rway six residences a mill and a fer from worms and their mothers sober.W. charged from further

dont know It if your baby is feverish estate.FLORENCE.
large number of small houses. Nearly Need To. of said "'"
and doesn't sleep at nights it is G. XIUS' ,
drowned, but R. Ward, of
all the victims were "I hear Dyersburg Tenn..
troubled with worms. White's Cream you are engaged to one of writes: "This Is to Florence G. Br'JISfto.A
four were crushed by the collapse ofdwellings. I the certify that I have sNOTIC '
{ Vermifuge will clean out these Richboy twins. How do you distinguish user Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for of Estate of Horace Bp (

i worms in a mild pleasant way. Once one from the other!" chronic
State Senator Nell, who is a phy constipation, and it h&3pro1'en. %.
sician. owes his escape from the fate I tried always used. Give It a trial. "I don't try."Philadelphia Press.If without a doubt, to be a tI
Price 25 cents. Sold by Snwannea Notice J s hereby Iiundersfgl1ed 1Z
thorough
that: overtook his family to the fact practical remedy for this 1p
Drug Co. dw
that he was several miles away inthe you will make inquiry it will be trouble and it Is with pleasure I aa a

hills sitting up with a patient :i re vela*,ion to you how many sue offer my conscientious reference.** Estate of J. A. Adamson r-

U hen the news of the disaster reached In a lazy man the bump of hope is 7-i!cb to kidney or bladder troubles. Citjr Pharmacy. dw* Monday the first ,f II 14'oo

Columbia, the nearest town of any abnormally developed.A t: one form or another. If the pa- present his Ia
1S07. JfI
size several hundred citizens departed Meat: is not beyond medical aid. Fo-' There (s plenty of good in the of ad f<<,tI
and report I
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P.r the scene with wrecking appliances man who is in perfect health soLe c'y !5; Kidney Cure will cure tt 11t"1'er. world If sep:e would only believe A. Adams. decease* fteJtOr

food and clothing. All the aspolnts. City Pharmacy. dw* in it. lIS its I1 ,
for ..
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honest apply
can do an day's work whennecessary i upon saIiI.
hyicians available went along. i administrator of the kit
has much for which he
-t-ev found the residents of the devastated The chief object of a woman's e\-! Will Owe CwuwmpUoa. J. H.16m .

village dazed and helpless.U Finch 4rr
by nightfall all the relief pos- of Branchton Pa. writes that f..ol her Into marrying him. Ark.. Writes

*!< le tad been afforded. be was not only unable to ..work but I "Foley's Hone/ and Tar Is the best ...

Several persons were injured' but --e couldn't stoop over to tie his own I For scratches, burns cuts. Insect Preparation for coughs. colds and ."

roO1eof- tkefe will die. shoes. Six bottles of Foley's Kidney I bites: and the many little hurts |lung trouble. I know that It; has "OtI
GradyTille Is a village of 175 laIrVrant common -, cured consumption in the first er:
Cure made a new man of him. He to stage.
; every family
use
DeWItt'sCarbonized
in Adair county six miles t I You never heard of e
Columbia and 18 miles from says "Success to Foley Kidney Witch Hazel Salve.. Sold Foley8 any one using
troaj Honey
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and Tar
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railroad station. Cure" City Pharmacy. dw by City Pharmacy. d. i. and not being' o.-- eauys
the nearest atlined. City -f..._
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STATE TROOPS EXCAMP3IEXT.Flntt Umes be scrupulously clean and no,I f have been notified by any relative

partof, the ration should be exposed I not to do so. For
Regiment to, Pensacola Fort, to files On this I Instance a person Live Oak
subject Garage
company here can
f Second to Tampa and KeJ officers should read f notify any of the Pensa- .
West Interior Economy cola dealers not to sell to any of .
of -
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Companies, and Messing and Cook their } '
relatives here
and Its no more .. ,. ?
Adjptant General Foster has Issued Ing Army paragraphs Regulations.274 to 293,, U. S. I liquor Johnnie. Equipped for ,repairing and storing the following general order All officers Any concoction by
any name 1'
the details of the should read con- Autos. A full 'of Gasoline and
prescribing encampment paragraphs 359 to 397 taining more than two per cent of supply '
of the state troops this U.S. Army Regulations. (The Roster alcohol is made
an intoxicant,
Detachments and Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines.
} : Dally Service the to
year and certificate of the state ,chemistto
The encampment order is as follows Honors), and the following articlesof that effect is made evidence. The Also sell the well known Columbia bat- ,

+1s : war: 8, 12 to 17, 31 to 42, 54, chemist is required to make the
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State tf Florida. Adjutant General's 55. 56 and 60 to 70. analysis on the request of any of- tery. Switches Spark Coils and Plugs

,f Office, Tallahassee, June 4, 1907. Equipment To Be Carried. ficer or any two citizens who send kept in stock. Exclusive agent for :t

The having him samples. Look out cider.v"
1. governor acceptedthe The
troops will take with Savill Vulcanizing Works Jacksonville.
them
invitation of the secretary of war Into the Fifty dollars is added to the costs ,

for Ito troops of this state, to parti including field tentage their tools camp, field equipage, assessed In any prosecution under Sample of this work can be seen here. .

cipate this year in joint maneuvers and ranges the liquor laws v-hich goes to the

wits the regular army at the several will cooking be utensils. Each soldier I person or officer furnishing the evi- FOR LIVERY.The .
supplied with a service hat
fortifications in Florida, these dence to convict. That f
coat means $75
two
suits of the cotton khaki service Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in
exercises will be held during the first uniform, with the reward offered by our COun- ,

t,.o weeks of August. It is therefore shelter tent one half pair, with of leggins, one ty commissioners. Livery seating capacity for four.
pole and five
Important that all vacancies In the Again, the law provides that ac-
pins
one bed sack, one poncho, his
commissioned personnel shall at once appropriate arm and accoutrements, cepting an order is a sale. For instance T. AL CHA TAINGas

be filled, and nominations will be canteen and haversack if a boat captain takes the
with
forwarded Immediately to fill all 'kit. In mess money and buys whiskey for a customer -
addition to these articles, Engineer Proprietor
vacancies existing among the staff which are furnished and delivers the goods or any-
by the state he
officers, and elections will at once beheld should be body else delivers them he has sold

I for the purpose of filling all blanket, two supplied with a woolen the liquor. Look out Sarah, etc., Phone 109.
shirts (olive-drab or etc., etc.Finally.
vacancies among the company'- blue
chambrey), two suits of underclothing -
the
also be taken liquor license Is
ficer Step will to
three
I pairs of
stockings, 12.000, $1,000 to the state $500 to
each organization to the
recruit up I two pairs of shoes (should be
russet
the
prescribed standard, and In this connection leather and county and $500 to the town,
necessary toilet articles. but if the
attention is invited to i bar-room is outside a
paragraph -i It is important that each
soldier town that
87 of the regulations for the have two pairs of shoes and that also. $500 goes to tbe county

Florida state troops, as published in they shall be comfortable and suit-

general order No. 19, A. G. 0.. seriesof able for
marchingyth two field C A Fortunate Texan. *
1905. from which it will be seen uniforms the
men should be
that enlistments cannot be made after to keep one laundered required: Mr. E. W. Goodloe of 107 St.
> and clean ouis St., Dallas, Tex., "In the
says:
effort should there-
1. Every
lily ready for use
whenever AND
required. No past year I have become acquaintedwith
:\. fore be directed toward' recruiting article of the blue uniform will be Dr. King's New Life Pills, and
within the next three weeks. taken into the field. 1fd
, no laxative I ever before tried so effectually BRAND
, participation by the state troops The character of coast defense ex- disposes of malaria and

la these camps of instruction will be ercises which are to take place is biliousness." They don't grind nor

by company, but the field, staff and outlined in war department circularNo. gripe. 25c at Barclay & Groover Mean $ $ made to all who

non-commissioned staff officers of 17, dated March 8, 1907, to drug store. dw* _

the regiment from which companiesare which attention is invited. buy or wear them. In style,

detailed will take part in the Every field, staff and company of- OIL.UIOPRDUR1'. ease and durability, U Shield Brand Shoes"

course of instruction, and will be assigned ficer in the First and Second regiments toe the mark of perfection.RCL.IADL.C .

to the command of troops, or of infantry will read and care- Tight Rare for Democratic Xomhia- eOLD BY
'I MERCHANTS ONLY
at observers, by the commanding officers fully study the provisions of general tion. Reports<< Coming Slowly.

of the artillery district to which order No 99: from the war depart- I Guthrie. Oklahoma, June 8.-Re- M. C. KISER COer Manufacturers. _

they may report.Directions ment under date of May 1, 1907. It 'ports from the State Democratic ATLANTA. CA-

..f covering the movementsof Is required that they shall thoroughly primaries held in Oklahoma and

:. troops will be made the subject of familiarize themselves with every detail Indian Territories today, Indicates

'1 later orders, but it is at present contemplated of the instruction and Informa- tie nomination of Lee Cruce of Ard-

that the organizations com- tion published in such order for the more, I. T., for governor, over C. N. .

posing the first infantry shall be assigned government and guidance of those Haskell, of Muskogee, and Thomas

..f1t to Fort Pickens and Fort. Mc- who are to participate in these joint Doyle of Perry. Returns are com-

toilS Cree (near Pensacola), except the exercises, and officers will be held ing in slowly in the senatorial race.

trt* band which will go to Fort Dade; rigidly responsible for any failure or Hoffman of Chandlier'and T. P. Gore

pi and that: the organizations composing neglect resulting from Indifferenceto of Lawtey, appear to be in the lead We Sell Merchants flnly()

sJoH' the Second Infantry shall be assignedto or disregard of the directions on the Oklahoma side, while In In-

Fort Taylor (at Key West). Fort therein given. dian Territory R. L. Owens of Muskogee -
s Q
Bar- Dade and Fort DeSoto (near the en- By command of the governorJ. is ahead. Results from the Carry Stock of 1

)1 ** trance to Hillsborough bay). CLIFFORD R. FOSTER rural districts conceded to be Has-
-3 Major General F. S. T. Adjutant kell's stronghold, are meagre.
Necessary Preparation Late tonight a special from Mns- . . . . . . . 1

,.e1ll1S.. The brigade commander will at General.Don't ccgee, said that C. N. Haskell's
dLtai Comet and Obelisk Flour Meal Grits Corn :
once prescribe a proper course of In- manager claims a plurality of 10,000in ,

traction preparatory to engaging in Don't lei your child suffer withBallard's the two territories. ThroughoutCruce Oats, "Hay, Lard, D. S. Meat, Canned Goods of all .
Horehound Syrup a sure is leading In the towns and
these
exercises providing for fre-
- cure for Coughs, Bronchitis Influenza Haskell is showing much strength in
kinds. Potatoes Lemons Coffee Rice
Sugar
tseat drills
c CeWI and that special attention ,
tte country. It is
Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. impossible to makean
k&tling be given to guard duty, advance
Buy a bottle and try it. B. B. Laughter authentic prediction, in view of Candy Crackers Potash Soaps Washing Powder
wj61ub1e ud rear guard duty and extended .3
-Byhalia, Miss., writes: "I have the dearth of figures.
'" erder. Provision will be made forgiving two children who bad croup. I tried Oklahoma City. June 8.-Partial Lavadura, Extracts, vWritting Tablets, Lead Pencils :
,e4t luam recruits and Inexperienced
many different remedies but I must primary returns from six counties at
i Ben thorough training In the school say your Horehound Syrup is the best 10 o'clock shows a plurality for Lee Box Paper Pipes, Paper Bags Roll Paper. 1

tfe t!.of the soldier on other than regular medicine I Cruce Democratic Honest Tobaco. Tofu and '
I drill nights. Croup and Cough ever as nominee for Money Taffy ;
leiplete4 d'n 'j-. used. Sold by Suwannee Drug Company governor. Counting of ballots Is
The following general directions dw slow Wrigleys Chewing Gums
although only a light vote was
earth tS'r* given relative to ad1IZtratian Smokers 1
. : company cast. Cigars Anita Fenandey, Big ,

.ydrtsS tko ld familiarize: Company commanders FLORIDA'S NEW LIQUOU LAW. El. Bogador, Uncle Bill.
themse.ves with
J. A Lesson in Health. *
the details of the messing, cooking,
fed fwxiutlon of their companies Stringent Rules to Reduce runken- Healthy kidneys filter the impurities -
.o Iron from the blood, and unless they Visiting Merchants are Cordially invited j
the
pa. time they leave their home. ness and Prevent Illegal Sale
first lo tMs good health is impossible.
',1 plat moons during the period in camp I of Liquor. Fo'ey'a Kidney Cure makes bound to make our office their headquarters l,
tdoa the return Journey. The
oint1 he Keen of the (DeFuniak Breeze.) .Idney and bladder disease. It while in the city.
camp as well as the
the whole City
strengthens system.
people -i
ltalth For the reason that some
acid > of the men depends _directly :>t.arml'CY. dw OLD A. C. L FREIGHT DEPOT.f. 1
I itaa bow well the officers perform may unwittingly violate the present

add dkee most Important duties. All9edble stringent anti-liquor laws we give '

t details and r-nreHminarv--------. the following information in refer- ROGERS' LIVERWORT [Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.
*j Irk should be attended to before ence to some of the laws passed b) Tar and Canchalagua
h
toDP&I1Ies leave their home staisaao the recent legislature.If .
,rtng6s'el : duty connected with thee a man is found drunk in any For the complete cure of Coughs,
of be taken and Colds, Asthma and Brenchitia and all
1 hb men should be too small public place he may i n1111"i' '! H'u' M 11111111111111 in 11111 i 1111 i 111111i ii
t5/. 11'Hag* the attention of the com- it is made the duty of any sheriff, Lung comp'aints' tending to Consumption -

gten Veomnunder.: He should Inspect deputy sheriff or constable, to take Liverwort Tar and Wild Cherry, I NOTICETo

IDeal see that it Is properly pres& such person before the nearest have for ages maintained an established -

'bt and<< that his and the justice of the peace: whether It is standard Cough Builders
ece' camp reputation as a Contractors and Prospective :
. PSds adjacent thereto In that Justice's district or not
are kept
or f
Remedy. It contains no opium
da1
t*:Proper state whose duty it is to swear the drunkenperson
ootb 'y r KCtlatlou of in police respect, and to the the as soon as he is sober enoughto harmful drug can be given with THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO.

for the"dased kitchen. and sinks are ob- know what he is doing if when safety to children. Price $1.00. Sold f

ibe should have company I Arrested he is too drunk to know, by druggists. Williams' MTg Co.. will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand J a

a d preP& d for Issue upon ar- and take his testimony in writing Props., Cleveland. O. Sold by the'1 Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. JOUR
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teyeriDC the Ume and details I as to where he got the liquor. Suwannee Drug Store. apr-lyr Ask for *
xgltl shall + SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. prices.
: the justice
Wly tell
& '-' Inspection of the order- I. he refuses to


":t tetts.Vimp for kItchen general grounds sinks police.alloted and the At to I.shall until commit be he received him does to tell.jail In court This for on testimony contempt the trial Tlere will be Notice.a meeting of the I The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I! '


who had violated the Cotton Association at Live : I
iajjectloa company papers of the person Sea Island in 1111111111 in 1111 i i m i u 111 n'miiiiiiiiiii j
be i Inspected ,and delinquent t law in letting the drunken person Oak, on June lath at 11:30 o'clock. !

,,0(ids company called to the j have it. All clubs are requested to send dele- ':! <

'I*** "a advised, and ailTilrIUes It Is made a crime under severe gates. M. J. CHESHIRE Advertise In The Dailyt
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any
give
to
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STMw47s in his com- penalty for any person WHATLEY. Pres.
habit, W. D.
The addicted to the
cooks, kitchens.1 person who is Secretary. j I
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That State Seethe Legislature Passed. a Iwo.;Ghlna i SUMM"ERSCHOOL
::1' Gunk. ? From I POPULAR
A
s.tth t ... Prrd cknt I* Tbere.Jamestown. Then l-Xwur ollara a Pay When

Va.. Jane 10. ThU.la On Active liuty.According .

J. Georgia Day. and a great crowd otpeople to a recent act passed by In Bookkeeping! Business Practice, Stenography, Typewriting. Telegraphy:

from Georgia are here, with the Legislature, and which has been j I and English TrainIng will be conducted at the ; rv r

i mini visitors fromatslde., while tat signed by the Governor the compensation

I International Beet Is lying at anchor ,! ot County Commissioners now U -,

la Hampton Road, and President $4 a day for each day's service and .

Bocsevelt la addressing the multitude 10 cents per mile far each mile actually ;

and at the same time opening the traveled in going to and from ;

Negro Exposition, which represent the court.house. This ?4 a day how.

tea million of blacks of the South ever shan not exceed $400 a year ;:

who bate got together a remarkable in counties of 25,000 or over or over :

t collection of articles that exhibit $200 in counties of 115.000. and less : .

their skill la agriculture and In the than 2$,OCO population. This pay Is :

mechanic aria.Buttock to apply to services rendered for the

Hall the State building of Inspection of roads bridges or any :

c.orcfa.u dedicated today the i other service, authorized and approved :

building represents' Bullock Hall. In i. by the Board of County Commissioners :

Cobb county. G3rgta, the home ot The pay of the County Commissioners :

,rte mother of President RooceTvlt.Ti in the past was $2 per : -

Free deat's speech was received meeting !: Practical and intensely interesting courses of study for S ?

with, tie greatest enthusiasm by lhero..d For Short,
class Penmanship by the ritli1j
m m
of Georgians, and the Presi- Criminal hurt Procewling. mer work have the best. Special
at hU'V E ] w.e 650.00 $75.00 and 890.00. .
dent teemed much gratified Scholarships $40-00 "'
,I The afternoon session of the court ;
with
Roosevelt is
airs :
reception )'t"Stf'rdayas taken up in sounding i:

,.. \him. the U>cet, and arraigning the pri-
:
The twelve rooms In the buildingare ( i BUSINESS COLLEGE'Cor.
soaerj tor their pleas. Some thirty'or !i: SOUTHERN
furnished by the-leading cities: of !
cv.re cases' are on the docket to' I'
the State such as Atlanta Savannah
be tried, which will mean about a :
1 An usa, lumbus, State_=boIt\ Macon Cor. Ave. and Conner St. :-.=-
I ten-day session at the best. The .,: '
Valdosta, Ord.le,'Albany. \Vay- I
court will have a very burdensome FLORIDA : :
and others. -
cross OAK
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LIVE -
3 docket this term on account of the ;
The State appropriated the sum of number of cases, which were handed J I G'S. STEPHEN :
thirty ibousaad dollars for aa exhibition E L. 1.1. RATION, I
down from the circuit court.
I I Pnncii
at the Jamestown Exposition and i This morning the jury haTing President and ProprietorHarvard. .

the funds for this building fronts on venire j
,been summoned and the returned
\YUloughby Boulevard and the waters _ _._ . .A A.9G888SS8iS466888ess68eee88i8eeeeeee'leleeeel""i uuu....""
trials were begun. It was a : 9V..VVV. TYV---- - -
of Hampton Roads, and is a handsome -
i noticeable feature of the opening this -
structure ot colonial archlwctare -
morning that the court meant to get -
.. Suwannee Hardware Co., T. FLORIDA RAILWAYSCHEDULE.
right down to business at once. In avery

There Is a large exhibition trout I I short time the preliminaries in J. Lyle. Mrs. G. A. Lycn. Barclay & .
mines and work shops,
Georgia farms: nltg were disposed of and the Groover. R. L. White P. C Burnett CONNECTS WITH, ALL TRAINS ON S. A. U 8Y. AND A. C. L KT AT
educational commercial interests
the ----
and --- --- --- '-' --
are displayed, and In the historic jury called. The jury as summoned E. S. Tullock. R. G. Thompson The ,s'D J1O"$. CCTAL TT5Ls i it
are as follows: R. R. Green. James ,
banding for relies, there are Hair Hardware Co.. J. B. Barton &
Smith, Arnett Landrum S. J. Forney- : t: S l3rATt0l :
many leirtoozcs and reiks. H. L. Campbell; Butler Bros.. dFst M JW '
Co, by .j
The President aad Mrs. Rooseveltand .dual \V. H. Hull, B. CollinS J. DaalF: .... ;S. i.: ..' 1IIi"i'II; :
sat..1 A. DeBerry, G. H. Ross R. E. Warner City Pharmacy.'S. J. White. I
a d. iag n.ts'ed party of f -. -
: J. H. Hunter A. S. Hogans and I
and eel oatK offciate. boarded the _, L. :;;J

Jeayflawer and reviewed the Irteraa-- 3- C. Knowles. Upon being questioned The New State Camp Site. Li.e Oak-- ..... ..
by the judge all were found 710 A 3 )P p mIU s as jJ!..
tidal met Ltter ta tie .J v '
Qualified jurors and none .offered any 250 a U. p- "- hP.yE a I.j
renewed the xaHitary Ti.e tract of land at Black Pointon 3
miL' ._
.. parade mnder roTamand of CoL Ptdlip 1', excasws was empaneled for not as serving summoned.The so the. jury the St. Johns river which has been .8& a S 54 p ." ---- ::t.f1'f

Reed, of the TwemtyMrdA. tn1.: dCsea 11. a 35ipmL.1S. :
solicitor at once called the first selected by act of the legislature to L'- ..... y .
Is tazrf : --- .
i 31 m 1 08 p s Yis
case on the docket it being that of site .
be acquired as a permanent camp WiImanIa.-- t', .s-
41t paM -- Marti I
A .ew tiiw, aM .ArPr-l foal:.the Sate of Florida vs. Will Norris for the Florida state troops, will not .40.3 j.Y W.wa.wa

charged with exhibiting a deadly _......
I +t2r:Fiis.les. : & Y--
be used this year for military parpis -
wee ion. Jury number one composed .10 --Lara =- ==
Editor Democrat With a heart; 9 j OiLY
of the first six named in the list -
i were Ar 'WiJIauda.. .
rweSl with pride I 50
which uses Governor Broward has signed boththe a ,
sworn on the case and trial begun 10.0 a 20 p-'L' lIoaanIa- lift
ever ocr fcetatifal'asd splendid city. bills which relate to the establishment 1" '..6II
and wtita also breads sometimes as The court appears to be one strictly and tt a n a II p Sewaaaee Siver_....T t lia :
of the grounds jLW
for attending to business and it is camp r U ',I1I2Oa
I recall tie spiritual coadittoa.: of they have become law. One provides a.I' t a, p m L. Ir food. lash !
that the ? 1
desireto possible cases will be dis- aim t < .
I
finest characters. .
many of oar far the creation of a state armory 10 ae 1 M O -- --- "a- --- .11. U1. -
posed of this week though there is .._
the
thank youis behalf of an to -
while
board and prescribed its duties -I
a
considerable work to be done.KlLLlXG
JL. -
Christian people of an the ehvctes .1 -AJ'-.
the other authorizes Ibis board to :a ill a .
edlt-rial ot tf 55 a A
rot splendid yesterday
jour Philbrofen jL.
acquire the property and zi
Oh that: our fellows would read' IX LEVY COUXTT.Osmlay :105. ea I -..... .-K -
establish there the
permanent camp -
1ntlaiCCp
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It and then: follow its 5&De.suggestions site. It is understood that the governor ,

As are as you five we ,are Pfaiuey Slain by Baskin Low- will soon designate those who U n.0 a &, C 4t paste'-T, c-1: ,' !

facing a great opportunity, and yet man and His Son. I.-
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the U n nr 45
are to serve on state armory a pm. ---slI1tr: lflsuluIu

many of th.se we had hoped to reach Last Saturday evening at Raleigh, board and that such board will at n.5 s as t'L;.110 psi"'_. a.s.. I '- l/i. 1i4t
with rte gospel of Jesus Christ are tsit
a settlement in Levy county. Dunlay once take up its duties with relation a '.a: in p..Lw ., t..S5I .
not being reached. The devil has I u i
Phinney was instantly killed by Bas- to the establishment and equipmentof t S ZiPIltILY b...;a p p

never been more active in all his life t6.-t E'u
kin Lowman and his son. George. According the camp grounds.
than be Is today He is Blinding I 11. _S 33s pa.L'---r.abOOGWaJ-- J.' I!"
That of the land u
to reports Mr. Phinney was portion which Is
men's eyes and paralysing their :4a 5s-L'-is a alsou
leaving Lawrence Gibs.n's store when to be used for camp and parade purposes s..s
desires and benumbing their>> feel '. "
lit 'R"P,a' -- --- .1.
the Lowmans attacked him Mr will be purchased with the }
lags Whether or not he is to finally ._ IC4.
George Lowman shooting first followed funds subscribed by citizens of Jack- .
win out with these is to be ......
men yet ) TSestasl T.kpb Statio& Staiiaaw ( ) a iOS e Wlr.vty
by his father who put the fatal soavH'e. but a large tract :t adjoining w .e m naif r ...'a0Cads
...D. May God forbid and give them S'atM S. P. AU'IC*.f.eE
bullet ia tin. crusting his skull and land is at the same time to be i
victory! Again I thank you for yrcreditorial. Ge er Arras
riddling his body. The trouble grew acquired by the United States for I =
C. A. RIDLEY. I
out of a family fend which has been use as a state rifle range. The owners'',

.exiting for some time and it is of the Ptilbrofen property are now
1
4 greatly deplored on both sides. engaged in getting u?> the abstracts TO THE JAMESTOWN
Continued from page 2. ;
cf title. eTc.. which must be approved>> :
KCAUSTIC ROMANCE.
Cuinecs Houses That Will Be Cloud by tte department of justice, at I
I see you make some pretentious to
for One Hour R* dress well said Uncle Bill to Harry :
Broughton MeetingWe consummated, and. in the meantime,
scrutinizing his apparel.>> Now for
a cent ur survey of the entire tract
smart clothing and gentlemen'sturnUMng wil close our places of business
is being made so that the target VIA
; goods I'll take you to from 11 o'cl.ck until 12 o'clock on
rag. regimental campetc.., : be
Butler Bros., where I trade. may
They account of the Broughton meeting:

are reliable clothiers and furnishers The First National Bank by C. H. exactly located. The Atlantic Coast Line RailwaY

L.:d their inviting; and well.ordered Brown president; E. J. Blume & Co.. !-

and completely stocked establish Live Oak Bank, by C. D. Blackwell Mrs. McAvoy was agereably surprised Co&If
Peop'e all Atlantic
Florida the
ment bespeaks the volume of Worth Stephens Co. J. D. Radford yesterday to receive a visit over see

patronage that is tendered Butler L. S. Harvard Fa. Book & News Co., from her motter. Mrs. W. M. Mosley. urple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown r !.

:ros.. bt discriminating dresst'rs.gen Hays Bros J. B. Evans E. N. La"lE'r.H. of Cooler, who win remain here some Two daily Pu
trains each with through
who know and appreciate good A. Blackburn, E. A Burdl ". D. (;. time. way .

goods and correct patterns. sleeping cars.Season 'it
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Cycle Bill and the young couple . . .-. .-. . . . ....................-.. sixty day and fifteen day fcsii &&*
paused as ttey happened in front of : Kcts cn talc daily from April 6th Nov. SCtfe *

the pleasing and attractive showwindows : OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis : Coach excursions
of S. J. ""hIt.'. Shoe Store i af very low rates.

and gents furnishing establishment not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is : For further imformation see our nc l

;.. Come In now and meet mv friend BOYS
: broad enough to accommodate all. and : road j
White, said Uncle BilL He U our agent or write FRANK C.

wide-awake Shoe merchat here. and I HERE ARE ITS PATRGNS: : District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast


,F scovs values all In "foot the time ware America's for all c-ndi-:best it 1.The young fol'-s! with their small savings : Jacksonville, Florida.

tons of people. Whether it be a 2.-The bieadv inner striving to accumulate a fund :

serviceable shoe for every day wear to procure a home or a competency for old age. : --,:---- *"" *** or

t -something dressy for polite 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and ; model AUTOMOBILE ,FOR SALE-A I: cyclometer, two '>>' Is >
-A" neir
Cadillac with Cost when 9 Ki
the income provided. tonneaa.earrfea .:
has it. and at :
White
J.
people. S. $lit
t a reasonable price, too. This is why 4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. : 5 people tonneao can be removed i!Will buyer.sell Reason for fw # i

shoe and made Into : aJ:
he Ia known as the progressive couple THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK .Live Oak Florida i Jf'Ct running nus.a1 out. per- !Crock roads cuts R:

man far and near. The young condition. Used dally i I'W. B. Powell.St et

are his newest customer . . . . . . . ". by owner. New tires, ..... chain.i 1 Petenhsrg '



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